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Error code ge electric cooktop mod. jp959s0k1ss showing f116 code for one burner i would appreciate any help thanks

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Re: error code

Same thing happened to me. Reset your stove top by flipping your fuse off. The stove top will reset and the error code will go away.

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GE profile JP969 fault code F113

I took the cooktop apart I removed the terminal from the main electronic board . The left front burner has 2 white wires and 2 yellow (my case). The 2 white wires lead to the RTD sensor.With an electric meter set on OHMS check continuity between the two wires leading to the RTD sensor .If the reading is more than 1030 ohms is good if not than you need to replace the whole burner that comes as a complete unit with sensor and ribbon heating element.I found it on line for $114.00 +shipping.I wish they sold only the sensor but it would've been too cheap and not worth it for the makers . All connections to that burner are very easy put back together . Some suppliers may ask for as much as $175-$195 for the complete unit .

Apr 11, 2012 | GE 36 in. Profile JP969 Electric Cooktop


How to fix GE cooktop error code F116

First, i tried turning on/off power with no luck. if you get this code you will probably just need to replace the LF burner, which is pretty easy to do. i researched and found GE OEM parts from appliance zone. info is below: Items
1 Stove / Oven / Range Radiant Element Lf - WB30T10080 (OEM) @ $170.67 = $170.67
Sub-Total: $170.67
Shipping: $6.95 Standard Shipping (6.95) USD Total: $177.62

Once i received then new burner i just replaced it and all is working fine, no error code!
First i turned off all power and removed my cooktop from my counter and unscrewed the sheet metal shroud on the bottom, only remove the screws around the perimeter of shroud closets to glass, they are small black Phillips screws, like 15 screws total. i didn't disconnect any wires from the unit to junction box, you should be able to leave all that alone if you have a long enough connection. i made the mistake of leaving the cooktop upside down when removing the metal shroud, don't do this. there are springs on posts that keep the burners tight to the glass and will fall out (if up side down). leave the cooktop right side up and just lift off the glass once you remove all screws, when lifting the glass off, there is one plug at the circuit board attached to glass that you will need to unplug to completely remove the glass and set aside. you will see the 4 burners, i took a picture of the unit with glass removed to make sure i could reference any wires when i was re-installing new burner. i unplugged all wires to LF burner and unplugged the harness from the circuit board. once i removed old burner i noticed the new burner doesn't include the 2 tabs you need. i removed them from the old burner and made sure to install them in the same location on the new burner. I than plugged in all wires and harness back into the unit and set burner on posts with springs. carefully replace glass and don't forget to plug the glass top circuit board back into the unit circuit board. re-attach metal shroud and screws, drop in and done! there are instructions to re-calibrate the new burner which is probably a good idea, i didn't and it is working just fine! good luck

on Nov 16, 2013 | GE 30 in.JP950 Electric Cooktop

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GE Profile mod. PP975bM3BB all lights work Burner will not heat

You have lost half of the circuit in the breaker, the lights work on one side of it but the burners need both sides of a 220 volt circuit. I would have the breaker tested first, and if it is good, look for a fuse, relay, breaker in the back of the stove. Hope this helps.

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My GE Gas cooktop model # JGP975EKSS is trying to ignite without any burners being turned on.

If all the burners are trying to ignite at the same time - the ignitor module is to blame.
If it is one specific burner - take a look at that individual knob.

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Kenmore electric cooktop not working on low eat

If it was the burner element it either would work or not (no in between)
It has to be the switch

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I have the same problem. I had a repair man here and he said the main powder logic board ( WB23T10014) was the problem, it would cost $757 to fix. I ordered the board for $230 and installed it myself but still have the F113 problem.

Jan 21, 2010 | GE 30 in. Profile JP938 Electric Cooktop

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No heat cookop gives me code rf f156 , lf f116, rr f 146, lr f126

You will need a serviceman for this one as it is a serious problem.

note: rr is right rear, lf is left front and so on.

Usually this indicates a problem with the elements or worse - electronics (if it's the electronic version).

Jun 19, 2009 | GE 30 in.JP950 Electric Cooktop

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Burners of electric cooktop not getting red hot

Sounds like you have a bad surface heat controller.
Nothing to do but call a hands on tech to replace a part.

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Dec 11, 2008 | GE 30 in. JP340 Electric Cooktop

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Fault Code

today F116 began flashing...what to do..its only 2 yrs old.

May 26, 2008 | GE 36 in. Profile JP969 Electric Cooktop

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