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The reason to get F8 is that the component failure that occured within the Electronic Range Control (ERC) effecting temperature processing circuits. Th perfect fix for this problem is to replace Electronic Range Control (ERC).

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I have a GE JTP27 double oven, now 12+ years old. For last 2-3years, having consistent problem with upper oven where, after oven heats up and/or starts baking, we suddenly get a beeping sound and an error...


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its possible to be the oven sensor or something in the lock circuit...if all else fails then in the electronic oven control which costs 125.00 or there about...might find cheaper price on ebay or internet search The sensor about 40-60 dollars, but without a complete number its hard to be exact with a price or part list...if this is helpful ..please let us know or if I can be of more assistence. let me know...Bruce Denton

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GE Electric Range Model #JBP95A F1 and F7 Error Code


F1 is a common error code indicating a failure of the oven control board (aka ERC or EOC). Often these control boards have been discontinued, "no longer available" or are very expensive. We may be able to help and save you money.

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Cooling fan stalled or blocked air flow to rear of unit.
High resistance inoven sensor leads or connectors.

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The oven sensor pulls out once you remove the mounting screws. There is a plug to disconnect, just push and pull to dislodge any insulation and it will come thru the hole.

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