I just moved into a home that has a 5 element Gallery series range. Bridge on the left. White. Electric. Glass top. Convection option oven. I don't have the model number but would like a manual-none at the home.
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Re: I need a manual
The model number should be posted on a nameplate near the oven door opening and/or lower drawer opening (if equipped). Sometimes the model number is located along the back of the operator console. You will need this model number in order to ensure you are getting the correct manual as all appliances are not the same with operation and features. Go to geappliances.com and click on the "Service and Support" link. On the next page is a heading for "Use and Care Manuals". Click on the link, type in your model number, and there should be a manual available for you to download in .pdf format (Adobe). I hope this helps you.
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Hello Hilda, thank you for your post! There could be a number of any one of several underlying causes in why the oven is experiencing this particular issue: ·Convection heating element ·Thermal cutout ·Thermal oven sensor ·EOC (electronic oven control) ·Ignitor, ·Bake or broil element ·All wired connections ·Lastly the oven cavity and insulation should be checked to ensure there are no gaps or damages that will leak out the heat.
The parts above will need to be assessed for further evaluation by a technician since it is always a good idea to get the appropriate diagnosis prior to making any unnecessary part replacements.
Normally, the E.O.C. (electronic oven control) only controls power the ehe bake/broil side for the oven. Doesn't control power to the element. If you have already replaced the infinite switch to that eye, the element itself could be faulty. There is a sensor inside the element that is supposed to communicate with the infinite switch to determine the proper cycling temp for what you selected.
The first thing to do is unplug the unit remove the rear panel of the range and check the wires and mkae sure they are in good condition,If you have a volt meter remove the wire if in good shape and check the continuity on the element it self. if there is continuity and there are no visable burn marks or breaks in the element then you you will need to replace the main electronic control/clock timer.
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are the plastic knobs wore out,or been rmoved? They may have not been putback on in te correct position,which would leave them on when they tellyou that they are off. otherwise,look for a short in the wiing leading from the knobs to the affected burners. sometimes the wires under there melt ad cause shorts. remove the burners and then lift up the top of the stove to gain access.
The top element normally operates only when you turn the temperature control all the up to the broil setting as it is the broiling element. If it doesn't work at the broil setting, suspect a bad brioler element or a faulty temperature control.