Question about GE PT916 Electric Single Oven
Light bulb burning out frequently
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
all ge codes f3 are saying ot replace thermal sensor, you can check the harness connecting them for a pinched or burnt wire i guess, as far as getting a part number , you can enter complete modle number her e and look for the sensor, i checked just the partial number you gave and a few different ones showed up
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
SOURCE: GE OVEN SINGLE ELECTRIC JKS05BW
I have the same problem. Mine is a self-cleaning oven. But I'm just preheating it 450 and it did it. Then this AM it did it while broiling.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
With a volt meter you must verify power to the door light switch and the light socket.
You can also unplug the oven and do this with a meter set for continuity.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
Oven temp exceeds 590 w/ unlocked door
High resistance or interference in oven temperature sensor. Replace oven temperature sensor
Note: Also see fan thermal switches Indicates that oven is over temperature in one of the following modes within either a cooking or clean mode of operation.
· Control senses oven temperature above 650 degrees F with the door circuit in the unlock mode.
· Control senses oven temperature above 935 degrees F with the door in the locked mode.
· Stalled cooling fan or airflow problem. · Look for welded relay contacts. (Heating elements on in off mode).
· Look for open thermal switch in lock motor circuit. Switch is normally closed and will open if area overheats due to fan not operating. Look for cause - fan thermal switch not closing, fan stalled, etc.
· Look for high resistance in the oven temperature sensor circuit due to high contact resistance (poor terminal crimp, deformed terminals, loose connection) or intermittent solder joint on control or intermittent oven temperature sensor.
· Look for electrical noise interference in the oven temperature sensor circuit (Ham radio, cordless phone, etc.).
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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