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GE Wall Oven - error code F1

GE Profile Convection Wall Oven: Error code F1 keeps beeping at me. Oven was purchased in Oct '95 - model # JCKP16GP (according to my sales receipt). Service guy is stumped....

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  • ingevan Feb 05, 2008

    Thank-you. The problem is with the touch pad - the ERC is apparently working as it should. However, the part is no longer available, cannot be fixed and there are no official substitutions available. Help! I'm not willing to replace a perfectly good (expensive) wall oven yet! Any ideas as to how to find one?

  • lhcrimson Oct 23, 2008

    I have a GE ture tem xl44 oven will not come on. error message F1

  • schindkc Jan 02, 2009

    GE JKP26G0P4BG - Mfg Jan-1994 - F1 w/Beep
    Electronic for upper; manual control for lower
    Was being used to 'warm' - low heat - F1 w/Beep - couldn't clear
    1) we shut off breaker allowed to oven to 'rest' for an hour per some recommendations - turned on breaker - F1 came back on and beeping.
    2) Although oven appeared to be non-operative, doing the following causes the oven to work normally and clears the F1/Beep while the oven is operating(heating) - as soon as the oven is turned off (via touch pad) - F1/Beep starts up
    => clear, bake, temp up
    If oven isn't heating, only way to eliminate F1/Beep is to turn off breaker.


  • Anonymous Jan 23, 2009

    Same problem

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2009

    where is the breaker located

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According to GE, the F1 fault code indicates a problem with the Electronic Range Control (ERC) Board. If the fault cannot be cleared, they recommend replacing the ERC and the touchpad. Has your repair guy tried any of these ideas? Post back with your comments, please.

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Looks like the part number is WB27K5190. These can also be rebuilt at www.fixyourboard.com

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I just found the following site that looks like they sell a rebuilt ERC for my P/N JKP26G0P4BG Double Wall Oven (Purchased Jan 1994) with the Same F1 Beeping Code. Price Listed is $158.00.
Site is: www.pcbr.biz/price-list.html

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