Question about GE Profile Spectra JGBP90 Gas Kitchen Range
I set my gas XL44 to 350 or 400 and it is lucky to get to 300. ASny ideas on why it does not go to 350 when I set it there?
The oven sensor (
WB21X5301) is suppose to tell the oven control when to turn on and off to reach and maintain oven temp, but before you go replacing it, try to observe how long it takes from the time you turn the oven on to the time the oven ignites. Ignition should be 30 seconds to about 90 seconds. If it is taking a very long time, replace the igniter (
). Ignitors get weaker over time, and this should be looked at first, as both parts are not real cheap, so you don't want to just start throwing parts at it. Here is a trick you can try: On the JGBP90 (model you posted under) the broil ignitor is the same part number as the oven ignitor, so if the broiler, which is generally used much less than the oven, is working fine you can interchange the two ignitors to see if that solves your oven temp problem without having to buy a oven temp sensor first.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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