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Built in GE wall oven

I have the same problem with trying to remove the front panel on my GE wall oven. No matter what I did I couldn't get the front panel off! I took out every screw I could find, tried to push it up, etc. The touchpanel has a metal border all the way around it that will not budge.

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  • Mr Cranny Jun 14, 2008

    I have the JKP27G0H1BG oven and the timer is shot so I bought a new unit. There are two screws which take allen wrenches on top of the control panel and phillips head screws in the middle of the oven. The control panel comes away from the wall but I don't want to break anything trying to pull away the control panel to install the new timer unit. The GE hotline is useless. Any thoughts? Am I missing a hidden screw?

  • Anonymous Jul 01, 2008

    Can't get the control panel off to check connections et al (F 7 digital error message displayed) on our Kenmore Elite Double Wall (electric) Oven.

    model #911.49033100.

    For a minute...looked like your site would have an answer to the two other people who asked similar questions...but we can't find your answer ...if there is one. please advise today...we're strapped & need to do the repair ourselves. The panel is loose & seems to be hanging from the top what we don't know.



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I have a GE wall oven and the light bulb has burned out. I can't get the cover off to see what size bulb I need. The model number appears to be JkP20BOF1BB.

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Why are you trying to remove the panel are you talkin about the control panel

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We needed to change out the change out the main board in our GE monogram wall oven due to the dreaded periodic flashing of the display boards. We had a hard time getting the panel off the oven, until we unscrewed the oven from where it is secured to the opening in the cabinet for the oven (4 screws). We also unscrewed the 3 screws under the panel (hex head). Once the oven was pulled out slightly, the panel lifted up easily. We took a picture of how the main board was plugged in, before removing it. Unplug all the harnesses, some have a clip that you may have to gently pry to loosen. There are 2 black clips on the front edge & 5 white/yellow plastic anchors that hold the board in. Squeeze the tab on the anchors to loosen them & carefully pry the clips to remove the board. After installing & turning the power back on, we got some crazy setup info on the text display board; we turned the power back off, waited a few min., turned it back on & it was good to go. I hope this helps someone. I find looking stuff up & finding the answers to be usually helpful, but couldn't find the answer to this.

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There are to Torx head screws on the top and bottom of the Control panel cover. You need to remove all four and then take the black handle of the Self Cleaning lock lever. It come off, put you have work at it.

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  • Al1950 Sep 08, 2008

    There are two Torx head screws on the top and bottom of the control panel cover. Once the four screws are out, you need to get the black handle off the Self Cleaning lock handle. It will come off, just work at it. (typed the last response in a hurry)


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