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My GE electric oven flashed F2. The broiler came on by itself. I turned off breaker for over an hour and it came back on agsin once breaker was turned back on. What's the problem? Can I remove the broiler burners and still use my oven and range?

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Deb,
Here is a website that has some fault codes that might help you.


GE Fault Codes AppliancePartsPros com

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