Question about GE JKP15 Electric Single Oven
I HAVE A HOTPOINT ELECTIC STOVE AND CAN NOT SEEM TO GET THE OVEN TO HEAT (BROILER OR BAKE). THE STOVE WORKS PERFECTLY. A FRIEND OF MINE SUGGESTED I BUY A NEW BOTTOM HEATING ELEMENT. I BOUGHT A NEW BOTTOM HEATING ELEMENT ($49.00) AND IT'S STILL NOT HEATING - COULD YOU PLEASE THROW SOME SUGGESTIONS MY WAY ON WHAT I SHOULD DO NEXT. THE LIGHT DOESN'T EVEN COME ON LIKE IT IS MAKING CONNECTION AT ALL. HELP! 2CONFUSED IN GARLAND
Two things---when you open the oven door do you see a button on the right or left side?if so thats a door switch and if its bad you will get no voltage to the element.the next thing is your hi limit is bad.this is a sensor that monitors the temp of the oven and if its bad you wont get any heat.some hi limits reset themselves others you have to manually reset them.let me know.
Posted on Aug 05, 2007
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