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Fuse location put in new bake element blew fuse.timer clock not working. where are fuses located on walloven model# jcks05gp-1,ge brand name

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Are you talking about the breakers that are outside or in the garage? Look where the main power goes into the building and there is where the breaker for the oven should be.

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