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I need a replacemnt Time clock unit for GE Doubleoven JKP39G0K2BG

I am trying to locate a replacement timer unit for my GE oven - I believe it is part number PS659351

Seems to be out of stock everywhere

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  • jstinton Feb 12, 2009

    the number of the GE Monogram Oven is JKP39G0k2BG with a serial number of V2606358G - according to the manual I have - we are not the original purchasers - the part number is Manufacturers part WB19X5280 - I supplied the number from Partselect.com

    Sorry about that - PartSelect and GE inform me the part is not available any more

    The display files - goes blank intermitently - seesm to recover when we have a power cut - looking to replace with a new unit

    Jim Stinton



  • jstinton Feb 17, 2009

    I appreciate evveryone's help - seesm I will have to go the rebuild direction - the time is working at the moment - it is intermittent - see how long it goes this time

  • Mark Egan May 11, 2010

    You can try any of these timer repair companies -

    http://www.applianceaid.com/timer_repair...

    Reply back if these help you.


  • Carl Schulzetenberg
    Carl Schulzetenberg May 11, 2010

    Please list your full model number. (it starts with a "J") the number you list is not a part number.

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Part number is good...WB19X5280 and while it is no longer available in new, there are companies out there on the net that can actually rebuild your electronic control. Cost would be somewhere around one hundred dollars. Search the net for electronic clocks rebuilt. You will save a range and bake many more cakes once repair is made. Good Luck. If I can help further...

Waiting to hear from you,
Eric Campion

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