# I took the wires off the clock/timer to clean the glass because junk got behind it. When I put it all together the clock/timer does not work. It may be that I have two wires crossed. I need a wiring diagram that indicates which color wires plugs go on which spade connector on the clock/timer. GE JKPG0J3BG, S/N GZ600486G. Thanks

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• Craig Shipp May 03, 2012

HI. Did you ever work this out as I need a solution. Thanks

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I think I worked it out. Black = Neutral. Brown = Live for the two power spades. The four spades for the timer (from the top+ = Red, Orange, Brown then white on the bottom. You will notice that Red and Orange, Brown and White are clipped together. Timer (and oven) is now working perfectly.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: Wiring on a GE Oven JTP18

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Posted on Oct 23, 2007

SOURCE: Wiring diagram for jtp18

Call GE at 1-800-626-2005 to get a wiring diagram
Regards,
Powerman

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my wife has arthitis in her hands and the touch screen does not work when she touches it . otherwise it works fine when i use it . is this a body temp problem .

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

You should have three terminals on the back of the stove the middle is neutral if you measure from the line on the left to the line in the center you should get 110 and the same from right to center.test each line from the stove to ground if you have power on the middle one it is hooked up wrong.

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