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GE MODEL#JTPI5WD1WW (10 yrs OLD), REPLACING OVEN CONTROL, HOWEVER THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN WERE WIRES ATTACH ON THE BACK OF THE NEW OVEN CONTROL - HECK, THE NEW OVEN CONTROL DOESN'T HAVE A GROUNDING TERMINAL LIKE THE OLD ONE ? THANKS

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HI!!
THE REPLACEMENT PART FOR THIS UNIT DO NOT SHOW ANY MODIFICATION, THIS IS A PICTURE OF THE OVEN CONTROL, CHECK IF IT IS THE SAME YOU HAVE. Part Number GE AP3140312 - Ovn control
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