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We have a 7,11" ceiling and installed the GE Profile 36" range hood (PV977NSS) at the recommended 24" above the range. But it,s at eye level and presents a danger to anyone in the area. Can the vert

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You have a GE Profile oven range. I and you just cleaned it and the pilot light on all four burners continues to click on and off.

It sounds like the gas line or the gas valve, have some debris in them!
They need to be evacuated by an experienced tech.
This time you need service.

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"GE makes garbage" that's what a lot of independent servicers says about brands they can't become authorized to work on because GE for instance has factory service. What makes the repairman think the regulator is bad? It is highly unlikely to be the case.

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SOURCE: GE JSP39 range; front right burner eye doesn't work at all

there are two tests to chk which is bad,wether it is the control switch or the elemnt.disconnect the power to stove and open the top and disonnect the wires from elemnt and chks the continuity of the elemnt coil with a multimeter.if the meter does not read continuity then elemnt is bad.to confirm this connect the wires back to the elemnt and plug the unit to power, turn on the switch to high position and read the voltage coming to elemnt.it should be 240 volts.if u read that voltage, then for sure element is bad.if every thing is opposite to this then it is the control switch which is bad.

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SOURCE: I would like to get a replacement filter for my

A few options for you:

These filters are usually washable. Unless the media is falling apart, they can be washed by hand with hot water and a good dishwashing liquid.

These filters have a metal media for fire safety and your local hardware or home improvement store will usually have this variety of filter media for a few bucks. You can then cut it to size and replace the media in the frame. If the frame is hot, this might not be an option.

You can contact the GE vendor (they may have a website) and find out where you can order a filter assembly,

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