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I have a 30" GE wall oven JTP14WV1WW that I can't regulate temp or set clock. On expert advice I replaced control panel. It did not resolve the problem. Would you think replacing the circuit board be the next thing?

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  • racrdy Apr 15, 2009

    Hi Kevin



    I'll try the circuit board and let you know what happens. To bad that this is such a shot in the dark.



    Thanks again,



    racrdy

  • racrdy Apr 15, 2009

    Yes

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Yes that would be right, there was a chance that control panel might me bad, but as you have already changed it. changing the circuit board should resolve the issue. I don't seem the problem else where as.

Let me know the status

Kevin

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