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Good morning, I have a GE electric wall oven #JKP13OP4BG, it is not heating up to temperature. The broil element does turn bright red after a few minutes and the bake element turns red but not as bright. Any suggestions thanks Charlotte.

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There are two possibilities, both of which I think you will need a technician to diagnose. There is an electronic sensor on the later model ovens that sends info to the Electronic Oven Control (If you have a touch panel yours is electronic), or the older ovens use a hydraulic thermostat. The sensor on the electronic model can mess up temperature or it can be the EOC. On the older models, usually there is only the thermostat where you adjust temperatue that can cause this problem. Because you elements get red, they are OK, your problem is in the regulation of them. good luck, AJ

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If both broiling and baking element are not heating, then the most common fault causing the problem is a defective temperature probe.

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