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GE Profile -Installed wall oven - won't heat

I just replaced an oven with a GE Profile True Temp single wall oven. Clock, light and all buttons work, but neither the bottom or top (broil) elements come on. When I set it to bake at 350 and push Start, the panel reads 100, and I get no heat. I tried the convection feature, and the fan comes on - but no heat at all. HELP!

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  • TSeeley Mar 30, 2008

    Oops - it's not brand new - it's about 4 years old. I bought it for $150 - the folks were redoing their kitchen and getting all stainless. The had the range too, but I only needed an oven (couldn't afford that anyway.) I wonder if it was damaged moving it?? It's electric. Any ideas??

  • TSeeley Mar 30, 2008

    Bless you! I'm going nuts trying to figure this out. No extra $$ to throw away. Model # is JTP18COD1CC. This morning I read about the sensor. I turned the oven on to 350 (which immediately reads 100 after I push start), then placed a hot sponge against the sensor - it went up to 139, so I removed the sponge, closed the door .... the sensor stayed at 139, no heat came from the element. When I turned it off and back on to 300, it read 100 again. The oven does click frequently, as if it is turning on and off when I leave it on for 5 minutes or so.

  • TSeeley Mar 31, 2008

    I had an electrician friend check the breaker (I didn't know that it could run all the lights, panel, etc., but not the two elements .... It was indeed a bad breaker. We replaced that & I roasted a 7.5 lb. chicken last night! Thanks!!!

  • grmrtx Feb 03, 2009

    I have GE Profile True Temp Model JKP45B2BB double wall oven. Clock, light and all buttons work, but neither the bottom or top (broil) elements come on. When I set it to bake at 350 and push Start, the panel reads 100, and I get no heat.

    Gilbert

  • dtor Apr 14, 2009

    I have a simillar problem except the temperature rises, but not as expected

    ie. If i set the oven to bake @ 400, it starts at 100 and slowly climbs, approx 40 minutes later it will be at 290, at this point I have shut it off as obviously there is an issue. My old oven to 6 minutes to reach 400 from room temperature..

    please help,…

  • fanny88800
    fanny88800 Dec 23, 2012

    My GE Monogram ZET 1S M1SS Oven has a similar problem, the heating element will not turn on.

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    When I press "bake" or "broil" and set the temperature, the display just blinks and reverts to 100 before shutting off. For a while I have been able to eventually get it going just by trying repeatedly, but now it will not start. I suspect it is a bad control panel but want to be sure before I buy a rebuilt one since they are expensive.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    replace

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    I would set temp to 350 degrees but would shut off on reaching 100 degrees

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    I TURN OVEN ON SET TEMP HIT START FAN COMS ON SOUNDS LIKE ITS WORKING BUT DOES NOT GET HOT.

  • mom4cubs
    mom4cubs May 26, 2014

    I have the same problem with double oven :-(

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Brand new??? under a year old??? if so you have a warr call for service, but it sounds like an ignitor isssue, brand new , perhapsgot damaged in shipping 1-800-ge-cares

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  • Ron Coons
    Ron Coons Mar 30, 2008

    ohhh, electric? ummm id make sure you have an adequate power supply to the unit. and possible a bad over limit thermostat, has been tripped preventig neither element from working, post the actual full model and Ill look up schematic for it

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