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I have a 1994 GE Monogram dual oven/convection oven with touch screen panel. Model ZEK756GP1BG. The F1 error appeared a few months ago when using the top oven - it seemed like the oven was getting much hotter than the baking temp. Up until last week, we were still able to use the bottom one. Now the alarm goes off at regular intervals, even when the oven is not on, so we've had to shut off the breaker. Our local service techs have said they cannot get either of the two parts that could be causing the problem because of the age. My husband is determined to find the parts on his own so we don't have to buy a new oven so... 1. What are the two things that can be causing this? 2. Does anyone out there have access to the parts or even just the part numbers so we can keep searching? 3. Were these same parts used on any other models? Any additional info would be very helpful. Thanks!

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    I have a 1994 GE Monogram dual oven/convection oven with touch screen panel. Model ZEK756GP1BG. The F1 error appeared a few months ago when using the top oven - it seemed like the oven was getting much hotter than the baking temp. Up until last week, we were still able to use the bottom one. Now the alarm goes off at regular intervals, even when the oven is not on, so we've had to shut off the breaker. Our local service techs have said they cannot get either of the two parts that could be causing the problem because of the age. My husband is determined to find the parts on his own so we don't have to buy a new oven so... 1. What are the two things that can be causing this? 2. Does anyone out there have access to the parts or even just the part numbers so we can keep searching? 3. Were these same parts used on any other models? Any additional info would be very helpful. Thanks!

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Hi There,

It seems that you have faulty control board in your Oven. I did try to contact GE in regards to this problem, but they were less then helpful.

I was however able to find a company online that should be able to fix your existing board, and they explain the exact problem with the F1 error code appearing.

I would contact these guys and see if this is something that they can help you get out of your oven, and what the procedure of them fixing the board is. They also state if that your electronic board is damaged beyond repair, they will ship it back to for free. These guys have good reviews online from customers.

Here's the link to the company, and information on your GE ZEK756GP1BG Monogram:
http://www.fixyourboard.com/boards/WB27K5048.html

Here's also a link to a list of parts available still on your Oven:
http://www.appliancepartsworldwide.com/Store_SearchResults.aspx?S=153025&ST=PBM

I really hope that this helped you, if you have follow up questions, please feel free to ask me, I'm ALWAYS more then happy to follow any follow up questions, and see the repair if your problem fixed until the end.

Thank you,

Chris Jones

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Http://appliancejunk.com/ge/cookingproduct/31-20105.pdf
https://www.geapplianceparts.com/GEApplianceParts/Dispatcher
http://www.repairclinic.com/Range-Stove-Oven-Repair-Help
http://www.applianceservice.com/generalelectric.php
http://www.selfhelpforums.com/showthread.php?t=8304
Please check these websites above, they will assist you no end, directly above, is a link, for above that, a GE parts supplier, above that is a DIY help site, above that, is another parts supplier, above that is a service manual. Now the F1 Error is to do with your Clock, They are pretty obsolete parts, Also, they WERE used on many other similar parts in the other similar units too, but you could try eBay, or the parts suppliers, some of those suppliers have parts from many years ago, also they have parts Finders, too. What you need is a Service manual, for your exact make and model. But if you can get the part from the manual supplied, you could use that.

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