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GE JKP28 oven light is always on

My GE double oven interior lights stay on always. I can push the keypad 'light' button which beeps but has no effect. Ideas?

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It is possible the relay for the light on the control board has welded points. A door switch could be bypassing the control. keeping the light on when the door is closed. Hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 02, 2014

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  • Steve Watts
    Steve Watts Mar 02, 2014

    Thanks Ty. So are you saying you think it is the control board, or both door switches?

  • Ty Roshdy Mar 02, 2014

    It would be very rare for both switches to be bad but it is possible that when the door is opened both oven lights come on at the same time. This can be the case. If one switch is staying on then both the lights will be on. It is also possible that there is only one relay on the control board that controls the lights for both ovens. Did only one oven light come on when you opened the door for that oven? Without a schematic it would be difficult to completely diagnose the problem. I will try to locate a schematic and research it for you.

  • Steve Watts
    Steve Watts Mar 02, 2014

    No both lights came on when the button was pushed. Looks like there is only 1 door switch, on the top oven door. How difficult is it to replace the switch?

  • Ty Roshdy Mar 02, 2014

    They usually are not too hard to replace. Make sure the power is off. If it is a small button type switch with a black body about 3/4 inch in diameter, they usually can be popped out from the front with a small screwdriver. The have little clips on the back that keep it in the cabinet. Carefully pry one side out and depress these clips to pull the entire switch out. Remove the wires on the back, install them on the new switch and push the new switch back in the hole. If this switch checks good then it is probably the relay on the control board. This is a bit more difficult. Hope this helps.

  • Steve Watts
    Steve Watts Mar 02, 2014

    Never mind, I answered my own question by popping out the switch. It looks like it's the control board, unfortunately.

  • Ty Roshdy Mar 02, 2014

    Try tapping on the relay. Sometimes they just get stuck and s sharp rap will free the contacts. You may try having the board rebuilt by corecentricsolutions.com. it is usually hafe the cost. the only bad thing is you have to send your board to them and about a week later they send it back. carefully mark all wires first.

  • Steve Watts
    Steve Watts Mar 02, 2014

    OK, thanks. I'll try that too. The control board replacement looks like you pop off the existing wiring sets one at a time and attach to the new board as you go. Then remove the old board and install the new board. Is it any more complicated than that if I need to do so?

  • Ty Roshdy Mar 02, 2014

    That is just how you do it. You have to be careful about the ribbon cable from the touch panel if there is one. there are small clips that have to released before the ribbon cable can be removed. Other than that it is easy.

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