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Model JCKP14WS-1 from GEa real pain in the neck , oven work 20 min.

We have this oven for 6 years, GE told-us they do not have new boards, so we send-it 3 times to rebuilt, every times it works 20 or near then shut down and the only thing working is the oven light. In my mind it is not on the board it is somewhere else but it is a wall oven so not easy to look at the back. If you can help shure I will pray for you -) (or pay a beer if you live near from here.At 3 occasions it was a serviceman from GE who came and he also is near depression.......I have contact GE by email and they told-me that model number do not exist so I tooke a picture of the ticket with model and serial number , never heard of them after, I was disappointed to be serve that way by a north american company next time I will buy chineese, at least I will understand why it will not work Hi!Hi!

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  • super_rieur May 29, 2008

    I know this model was probabely an ''esaie'' I have same problem here, the oven is electric,

  • super_rieur May 29, 2008

    lthe toutchpad have been changed, the board was sent for rebuilt or inspection at 3 times nothing have change, the oven is electric, the only thing working after 20 min is the oven lamp, then I will take-it out, send again for reb uilt and when it will be back it will work for only 20 min as the 3 other times and it was removed by a specialist of GI products he does not understand (but everytimes I have to pay for the board 80.00 plus 45.00 to the repair man so.......

    thanks again and sorry for the bad quality of my english I am from Quebec

    Andre

  • super_rieur May 29, 2008

    Thanks to all, I think I just foud where my problem was, I have look a second time to the fuses, and there was one who make contact occasionnely, they were 20A and in that box it was supposed to be 30A so I guess she over heat but did not broke completely. I send nearly one year using a stove in my workplace for only a fuse I feel very stupid.

    Thanks again to all and If one day I can help I will shurely do

    Andre

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Hi,

check on the heating element on the oven, the possibilty of shut down of cause it did not meet it exact heat, thats why it reset & back to start..

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Can u tell me whats is the problem..........

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  • khader ibrahim May 31, 2008

    check ur termic sensor in ur oven.because the oven is overheating or sensor is faulty it will turn off the oven.or check the oven door when its open or any gap in the oven it may happen...

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What is the problem in detail?

Posted on May 29, 2008

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    Ginko May 29, 2008

    If it turns off after 20 minutes it can be one of safety sensors. Ovens have a termic sensor inside, if oven is overheating or sensor is faulty it will turn off the oven. some oven also has an open door switch.
    JCKP14WS-1 does not return any model (check on google). if it is a gas oven it will also have a safety sensor for gas that may be faulty.

    Regards


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