Question about GE Profile JSP47 Electric Single Oven
Check the heating unit with an OHM meter.
This is not rocket science. An OHM meter will check for continuity (a break inside the heating unit). Any appliance parts place will have a meter, even Wal-Mart. The meter can be set for AC/DC/ OHM's, Volts, etc.
Set the meter on OHM and touch the two leads on the meter together and the meter arm should move. Now, take the heating unit out of the range and touch one lead to one end of the heating unit and the other lead to the other end. If you get a reading then the unit is good and the switch must be replaced.
No reading, replace the heating unit.
Some parts require knowing how many OHM's but in this case any kind of reading will show there is no break inside the unit (continuity).
You can check extensions cords this way or set it on volts and check batteries. Everyone should have one.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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