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Power just wondering if this oven can be run wiht a 10 amp power point ore shoud it be hard wired . thank you

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Most ovens require a 30 amp breaker or fuse. 

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I understand that you are tring to find a breaker and wire size for your GE JKP28 Double Oven. As I look up the specs on your oven I find that both ovens are rated at 30 amps. This requires you to use two thirty amp breakers one for each oven. The industry standard for Oklahoma requires that you use at least #10/2 wire for a 30 amp breaker. However, in some places it states that you can use #12/2 although I would not recommend using #12 gauge wire.

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so you seem to know alot or enough to get by on this oven and you have the testing equipment clearly since you gave me the amp reading.

17.25 is just a little to high. Which is prolly why your having a hard time figuring out the problem. The next thing i would check would be the HV transformers. One of them is prolly pulling just to much. They should be somewhat even.

Discharge the HV Cap before continuing
Unplug the wire coming from the first cap to the transformer at the transformer and then energize the mag current record your amps

then plug that one back in and repeat for the other cap and HV transformer

hopefully you will notice a big difference in the amps between the two transformers

if that didn't work you will need to measure the windings of each transformer of which turbochef will give you this info

Also if the oven is working in test mode but not in a true cycle. Run it in a true cycle. Clamp your meter on then power up the oven and run the cycle that blows the fuse. See if the amps spike before the fuse blows

These fuses are expensive, too expensive to be blowing testing the oven. Bring the fuse to home depot and buy a bunch from them. There not an exact match, they will be a little short but will work for testing purposes. Once fixed buy the proper fuse from turbochef there around 10 bucks each

Good luck and don’t get down that you replaced those parts and its still not working. Most repair company’s replace all those parts anyway. Your typical bill to fix this problem is around 1800.

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