GE JCSP42SKSS range just stopped working. No error code or anything not even a clock. All buttons are dead. When
I turn one of the knobs to start one of the surfaces, clock appears,
and I can use buttons on a control panel but the surface still cold and
oven doesn't work either. As soon as I turn knob off, display goes
blank as well. This happened once last week, but after turn off/on stove was working. Not this time though.
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Re: Display goes blank, no heat, no oven
This I hope will be an easy solution for you. I think you have a circuit breaker tripped or a fuse if you have a fuse panel.. I am guessing you have an old fuse panel. When you have a fuse blown on a 230 volt appliance and you turn a swith on (like your knob) it feeds back to other circuits on the 120 circuits and will make it do crazzzy things, like making lights and clocks work..Regardless if you have fuse or breaker you dont have the 240 volt to run the range..You only have one120 volt leg powering your stove.
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the model number isn't correct.check and send the model number again.if you changed the sensor this should take care of the f3 error code but the clock shouldn't go blank and oven stops.like i say your model number doesn't show up as a good number,if this machine has a fan in it you could have a bad fan motor,the fan cools off the electronics and if it isn't working the clock assy. can get hot,damage it and it will do this,also i've seen on some models there's a screen where the fan is and dust gets stuck on the screen and the fan can't blow any air,i'm just telling you what i've found before but it sounds like the clock assy. is heating up and shutting down,if there isn't a fan in your model it sounds like you have a bad clock assy.if you send the model number i can look it up for you.
Sounds to me from the information you provided that the auto timer is set...when the auto timer gets set you are generally unable to use the oven. If the auto timer is not set then you are looking at a problem with the Electronic oven control..do any error codes show up f1 - f2 - f3 and so on?
beleive it or not set the clock,I work at an apartment complex and the cleaner always unplugs my stoves to clean behind ,everytime I plug back in PF,Just set the clock hours and minutes,Its just telling you you lost power incase you had something cooking in the oven,you wont think that your oven is broken,and also so it doesnt start automatically by it self please rate this solution thanks