I found the manual after all, and right in there are the instructions for fixing this -- thanks your our help. Glad I didn't listen to closely to the Indian guy who told me it was fuses and all that....Will J
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the programming light ???
on what model what make
this is a display ilumination ????
if so its usually a small 12V bulb or in some a led backlight
sometimes there is a button too turn it off
call an engineer in the fix it or ask a pal with electronics knowlage
as you dont seem very confident too do it leave it too someone who knows how to use a multimeter and get the right part
quite easy a service tech should charge you know more than £40
You will more than likely find it is the fan element that needs to be replaced.
It is a fairly straightforward repair, the element is behind rear cover inside oven, no instructions for fitting will be provided, remove rear cover, and you will see how the element is fixed.
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Hello. look in the yellow pages of your phone book for appliance repair. Find a store that sells or repairs kitchen aid. There are several possible causes for the problems you site. Only a trained repairman with the proper scanners and tools can isolate and fix your oven.
Self cleans generally do a good ****on small messes in 2 -2.5 hours. Larger messes take 3. Leaving the racks in is okay...but they will likely lose their shiny appearance. Manuals are on the GE website.