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Oven Temperature Sensor

How do I check and/or change the oven temperature sensor on GE JGBP28 Gas Range?

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It's just not just the sensor ,it's the thermostat which is on the back of oven knob. that sensor is part of the thermostat it's all one of the same part. to check the temperature put a thermometer inside the oven and set the the oven knob at 200 degrees. 20 minutes later check and see what temperature it's inside the oven, to regulate the temperature many of the new ovens are set from the factory, It can not be calibrate, on the older ones the adjustment screw is inside the shaft when you take the oven knob of, it's inside the shaft.

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