We have a double ge wall oven. The vent fans had become really loud. I checked the price for new fans...$275 each! Plus service of $200. If your oven is not too old, go to GE service purchase a 1 year service contract for $93.00. Wait one one month till it takes effect. Call them and request service and the entire replacement is free.
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Have you checked the exhaust fans within the oven? These can make a lot of noise if something has come lose. They should be located at the top of your oven or on the back. I would check that.
You will need to shut off the power and remove it from the wall. Remove screw holding sensor from inside oven. Then pull rear panels off to access rear of machine, be sure to tie a string to the old sensor wires so that when you pull them through you can tie the new wires to that string to make it easier to pull them back through. Plug new sensor wires in, put oven back together and re-install.
There are only 2 moving parts in your oven when it is running - the fan and the fan motor. If a bearing is worn or the fan blade is damaged, this can cause vibration. However, the actual noise could be could be coming from some other part of the oven which is insecurely fixed, e.g a panel, internal shelf, the oven/grill element - pretty much anything!
Basically, the fan/motor causes the vibration and a loose part causes the noise.
Mine did the same thing twice. There is a high temp safety switch on the back of the cabinet. Every time my wife runs the self clean cycle, the switch goes out. If you remove the oven from the wall, you'll see it. It should be normally closed if you check continuity.
does the bake element come on at all? if so, try the oven out. do a bake @ 350 allow it to pre-heat, and see if once the pre-heat is comlete, id the broil shuts off. on many ovens at the beginning of the cycle during pre-heat both bake and broil elements are powered.
other than that it may be a control board, or a burnt and crossed wire in the harness.
CKD WIRING FROM PANEL OK
CKD TERMINALS AT ELEMENT HAVE 120V ON EACH ELMT
FAN COMES ON
THE ON INDICATOR SHOWS WHEN TMP &START PUSHED
MICROWAVE WORKS FINE
I ORDERED A NEW BAKE ELEMENT TO TRY-NOT HERE YET