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GE Profile Oven Probe

The wires going into and coming our of the "plug in" mechanism of the GE Oven probe are exposed. The probe still seems to work but I wonder about it's accuracy and/or repair. Replacement is $100.00

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What model oven? Google the model # for the replacement probe.

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