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I bought a replacement oven control for a GE oven The new control is ERC3-GE-T The back of the control is not the same as the original part. I need help with wireing the new part

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When you replaced the control module and the sensor, what was the reason? Did you have a specific problem that you were able to pinpoint, or were you changing parts until you fixed it? Also, whenever I have a problem like this, (something new stops working after I just fixed something else), I go back and check my job. Look for a wire that may have been accidentally loosened, or a harness that's not tight enough, etc. Otherwise, because the self clean is coming on, check the time settings and program on the self clean clock. Make sure its not locking out the burner.
As for your last question, you should be able to find a reasonable replacement oven for not too much money, unless yours has a microwave attached. The major appliance manufacturers make spacer kits to fill in the hole in your wall if you get a new one and there is a space. The large home supply stores can order these for you. As long as there is someone working there that is competent.

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I am not sure if this will help you but I did find a fellow that says he has the adaptable diagram for an updated part on this forum :

http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/15496-wiring-diagram-oven-control.html

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