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A F8 is showing on our control pad...Help

Component failure within Electronic Range Control (ERC) effecting temp processing circuits. Replace the ERC. Here is the part to order.

The part comes with a 365 day, any part, any reason return policy.

Dec 04, 2012 | GE JKS05 Electric Single Oven

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Oven temp heats higher than set

The control board is bad. One of the relays has fused and you will need to replace the control board.

Jan 07, 2012 | General Ovens

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I have a GE wall oven that does not heat up to the set point. Model JKP13GP. 75-100 deg cooler. The temp prob measures a little less than what is required. 1.00 in ice water, 1.07 @ room temp and 1.27 in...


No the sensor is going to be the room temp it should be between 1060-1100 ohms. In boiling water it should be somewhere around 400 and in icewater it should be appx.2500-3000
The sensor needs to be replaced. The part number for it is WB21X5301 it can be purchased at your local appliance parts store or online at


Sep 26, 2011 | GE Ovens

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I have a GE model JKP13 and it keeps going off, beeping and flashing f2 or f3

HI, the oven has experienced a very high temp due to a failed sensor. Check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control. Replace the oven temperature sensor (RTD) if wiring is ok.

Next. Look for a high resistance connection or any other cause of high resistance in the oven temperature sensor circuit. Look for welded relay contacts as well on the control and sensor. replace, both the control and temp sensor if weld spots are visible.

Aug 04, 2009 | GE JTP45 Electric Double Oven

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GE True Temp oven won't turn off.

The sensor is a part number WB23T10002 and goes for about $60. The paper inside the control area of the oven will state the normal resistance values of it. (probably about 1080 ohms at room temp, about 2650 at clean temp.) If you cut a lead to it, you would just get a F3 code, and if you cut the other and wire them together, just get a F4 code, so that wouldn't help diagnose the problem, but if you could use an ohm meter on the probe it would. BUT the oven should not come on without it being set to bake, SO I conclude that the ERC is indeed the problem (with the welded electrical contacts), which is a part number WB50T10043 which might go for about $125 or so. If you are careful when you replace it, you can probably peal the faceplate (part # WB27T10125) off and reuse it, so you should just need the ERC.

May 05, 2009 | GE Ovens

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GE Model #JBP76GS1WW Oven Control Knob

First contact GE directly, they will send you replacements for half that price and you can do the labor yourself. 1-877-959-8688

Feb 01, 2009 | GE Ovens

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