I have a JBP24BOB5WH oven while cooking thanksgiving dinner, the coil in my oven sparked a few times then the coil snapped into. I need to know where to go to buy the coil and how to put it in the oven.
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Re: coil in oven
Your closets appliance store should have part....most ovens if u look at back where burner goes thru wall....there is screw(s) undo them then slowly pull then wires will show with 2 more screws...undo them then go to appliance store they give you replacement then do reverse of above to install...should not cost more then $20 to buy
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F9 is a problem with the oven door lock circuit. If the door is locked, it's probably a bad switch that tells the oven it's locked. If the door isn't locked, it's probably a problem with the lock mechanism.
A common problem on many built-in GE ovens (you don't say if yours is built-in or free standing...) is air circulation in the control panel. The fan that keeps the panel cool either stops working or gets clogged with dirt/dust and can't move any air. This causes the panel to overheat and can cause all kinds of odd problems and error codes. If you have a built-in, check to make sure the fan is working and the mesh screen behind it is clean.
lots of them do it. (Including ours unfortunately) in our case this is down to vibration in the casing the fan is screwed to and can be stopped temporarily by pressing something strongly against the top black casing just inside the grill door with the two ventilation slots in it. I wouldn't recommend doing this every time you need to cook obviously. Ours has done it for years it doesn't get any worse. it's not dangerous ( in my unqualified opinion ) and it doesn't affect cooking performance.
Would need the codes to be sure,but sounds like the control is out the part will run you around $200.00 And don't wait till two weeks before Thanksgiving cause you won't find one till after New Years by then.lol Hope this helped you ou.t
your going to have to replace both the door hinges, since they have been over extended past ninety degrees they are not able to close to ninety degrees. that is the only repair, i would also look closely at the inner door panel and make sure that is not "crowned" or bent from the force that might also need replacing
What is the make of your stove? I will also need to know if is like a whirlpool elite,pro,sport,ect...... you may be able to take the lower drawer out and see the model number on a white sticker. if you can i will need that as well.