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GE JKP27WP1 Oven Won't Work

I have a GE JKP27WP1 Built-In Double oven. The Bake and Broil buttons will not turn the upper unit on. The lower unit works fine. I have an idea that the problem in in the control panel electronics but I am told that the part is no longer available. There is no error code. When one of the buttons are pushed, the time blinks. Anyone got any suggestions.

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  • dkxysakd Apr 12, 2008

    I have a GE JKP27 double oven. The top oven will not work at all - when I turn it on, code "F3" & "Door Locked" shows on the display. The bottom oven works fine.

  • mganim Apr 22, 2008

    My bottom oven works fine but my top oven does not. All of the lights are lit up on the digital display and I tried the paper trick which did not work. Any other suggestions?

  • jimmyspirits Jun 24, 2008

    I have the exact problem and tried the paper solution with no success. Not sure what to do.

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Hi Cyrep,

You can fix a suggested fix at the following link:

 

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Even though you are not getting an error message, they are sometime stored in memory and have to be repeated a number of times before they show up in the display. I have shared this fix with over 1300 folks and most report success. I hope that it works for you too. Please let me know at hutchipop@yahoo.com.

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