Question about GE Ovens
Trouble replacing my old ge oven part. I am replacing wb27k5273 with wb27t10265, and the wiring is different.
Your (wb27k5273)original have the following wires:
Bake - Yellow
Broil – Violet
L1B - Black
AUX2 - Black (Different than L1B)
AUX 1 – Grey
OVL2 - White
OVL1 - Brown
L1A - Black (connected to L1B)
N - White (connected to OVL2)
GND - Green
new board (wb27t10265) connections mentioned below...
BAKE - First module has YELLOW and a second terminal. Yellow | __ Nothing plugged in. BROIL – Second module has VIOLET and two additional terminals. Down beside the module on the board is marked L1B there is not a terminal on the board. connect the L1B to the module. Violet __ | L1B marked on board not on module
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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