Question about GE Profile JT915 Electric Single Oven
Pretty simple. Select Bake, set temp and oven does not heat. Broiler does not heat.
Sounds like a bimetal switch is blown. first I would check SWITCH LIMIT BIMETAL next the LIMIT SWITCH-UPPER(LOCK) Too check them first trip the breaker so you don't have power to the oven, then you will have to take the oven out of the wall..next remove the top cover. then in the center-front there are two round bimetal switchs with two wires coming out of them..remove the wires and check them with an ohm meter both should have continuity across them ...if no continuity you have a bad switch. let me know what you find out..
Posted on Aug 26, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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