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GE range JBP72

For a year this range has popped the circuit it is on when you try to use a burner and the oven. Stupidly we just kept resetting the CB. Now, slightly more than a year old it has decided to stop working altoghether. What a piece of junk! I suppose we'll pay top dollar for someone to come out here and fix it. Any suggestions?

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  • mikemaureen Jan 30, 2008

    It is Ge electric range jbp72kok3cc.

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You would need to be a bit more specific as to what the problem is is the cooker gas or electric or both? if it is electric and its tripping the CB then the appliance is shorting out somehwere along the line, most comman cause is an element or if its gas the the ignition loop may need replacing

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  • Steve Garner Jan 30, 2008

    i would suggest getting an engineer to look at the applince it sounds to me like either the burner is faulty or the element is,

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