Question about GE JBP69 Electric Kitchen Range
When baking, the oven preheats without any problems then after around 10+ (time varies) the oven stops heating. The temperature still displays but the oven is infact cooling down. Eventually a flashing error F2 appears. The broiler and surface elements work just fine. Steps that I have taken are press stop and re-start baking shut the circuit breaker for around 10 minutes then re-start baking The oven, over time does not seem to maintain the temperature that it is set to. Please advise
I am not an expert, but this has happened to me. Examine your circuit breaker and see that it provides the amps that your oven requires. If it just barely provides it, then it could be that your circuit breaker is tripping if you have anything else on that line and it is being used. Especially hair dryers. If your circuit breaker is not tripping, you should contact GE or repair service because you may have a "power module" problem. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 24, 2007
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