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I have a F0 on the display of my double oven JTP45 model

I have pressed the clear button as suggested per manual and have disconnected the power source per manual and it has not helped. I only use my oven about 20x per year (holidays & special occasions) as it is only myself and husband, so even though it is almost 8 years old it is not used daily or even weekly. The last time it was used was Valentine's Day 09. I am not pleased to have to repair a frequently used oven. I would like to know what my options are for repairing this unit and if there are any recalls as well. Thank you in advance. Cheryl

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Giggles01: I wish I had an answer other than calling GE. We are about to install a used oven of the same model/same vintage. I've been unable to locate a manual and need some information from it. Would you be willing to tell me the cut-out size the manual calls for regarding the installation of the oven? Most 30" ovens require a 28.5" cut-out, and I need to confirm that for the JTP45. Thank you!

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The F0 error code means that the control board has detected a defect within the control board itself, the F0 code can be cleared by pushing the CANCEL/OFF button and if it goes away and returns all is well,however if a short time later the F0 returns the control board would need to be replaced.


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The thermometer that hang on rack are Whooly inaccurate. A good one is the TAYLOR brand. As long as things bake within recipe time no adjustment needed but to do it;
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Stuck keypad may mean relay is turned on.
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