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Cooker not heating to rquired temperature

Lights come on inside cooker. Fan comes on but the temperature remains at nil.
Is this a probelm with the thermostat or could it be something else. The Cany man wants £96 just to come and have a look.
can you advise
Thankyou.

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    GE JKP13GP oven takes forever to heat up. No error codes. Ohm readings 900-1000 on sensor. Elements read 30. Where to look next? Contol module?

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Your electronic control may be at fault. It receives a signal from the oven sensor probe tosence what the temperature is. The best way to rule out a possible bad oven sensor is to remove the 2 screws on the oven sensor (in the oven cavity) and pull gently on it until the wiring connector appears, then disconnect the plastic connector. Use your OHM meter to check resistance on the probe terminals. A probe at room temperature will register about 1040 to 1125 OHMs if good. If good, the electronics controlling the oven temperature would be the problem.

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