Question about GE Profile Spectra JBP90SFSS Electric Kitchen Range
The lower bake element in my oven cracked and so I had to replace it. After replacing I started my oven and it came up to temperature (or so it said on the display) but the element continued to glow as if it was still heating. I tried to turn the oven off but it continued to glow. Ultimately I had to unplug the stove for fear that something would happen. Please advise
Sometimes when an element opens, there is significant current to cause the control relays to arc and weld together causing them to act as a closed switch no matter what state the control tells them to be in. This will have to be checked at the control board using a multimeter.
There is significant voltage and current involved in this circuit and testing is best left to a professional.
The back of the range will have to be removed to check the circuit for faults.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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