Question about Kitchen Ranges
I have a GE self cleaning electric range model JBP12 years old The clock says FFF and all attemps to reset have failed Top burners work but thats all???? any suggestions?
I have GE electric range, model JBP26GS1. Every six months or so, the clip recepticles where burners are connected are burned out and need to be replaced. I beleive the heat is transferred from the burnes to the recepticles, subsequently burning the plastic along with the electric wires. Replacing process is costly and annoying. What am i doing here is wrong? is it a design flaw and I have to live with it or I need to replace the burnes now. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
Don't purchase GE again. They are a nightmare to deal with.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
Door motor safety circuit you may have a faulty Electronic Range Control (ERC).. let us know what you find out.. krazytech
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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