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Oven GE JBP78G - top burners work but not the clock or oven. Is there a fuse that could be blown. Can not seem to locate any wiring diagrams. Any other thoughts on how to fix or diagnose the problem??

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  • jimgepa Oct 06, 2010

    What about a wiring schematic - is there one available for the GE Oven?

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The top burners are all individuals and controlled by infinite control switches. There is not any fuse so the most possible is that you need to replace clock. However before you do that we advice to check all cables on clock and see if they become loose or burned and disconnect there is a small chance but if you find smoothing like this after fixing the cable the your clock and oven will work.

However the most frequent and most possible is that you need a new clock.

We have here below the link with parts layout of your range which helps you reach the clock but at the same page you find the clock codes and even order it online.

http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=212126&diagram_id=21565924#d21565924

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Hello,

The non-electronic clocks on ovens often don't last long. That's a problem, because the clock is essential to the self-cleaning and timed-bake features. Clocks are rarely repairable, you usually just have to replace them. Electronic clocks have been more reliable. But, they're often integrated with several other features of the oven. So when the clock develops a defect, it often renders the entire oven and broiler inoperative. The electronic clock is usually integrated with a circuit board, and the touchpad that holds the buttons you press is often a separate component. If your electronic clock is defective, you may need to replace the touchpad, circuit board, or both.

Take care.

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