On 8/24/7 went to preheat oven, notice that display kept blinking on and off along with a clicking noise, oven did eventually heat up it took it awhile. as of 8/26 oven does not work at all timer display is just blank.But the top of the stove top works just fine. called GE they said that it probally need resetting or the breaker or fuse has tripped. unplugged for awhile, still got same problem. checked the breaker it's ok. please help
turn on oven does not come on . THE BOTTOM OF OVEN IS JUST WARM. I smell gas.
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sounds like the lock motor has failed. Lots of clicking noises and not being able to lock/unlock is normally a good indicator. In some rare circumstances, main control board could be faulty. Look for me on 6ya if you need any more detailed help.
Hi, It is probably as simple as changing the ignitor... The ignitor is not working right and is going bad.... have the repair man replace the ignitor, or DIY.... Check out this tip about your problem...
Too many things to list. But it sounds like it was something going out slowly, is that correct? Cause it would work at times then not? Now what ever it is has caused the whole thing to go out? Maybe Im shooting too quick but it definitely sounds suspiciously like a sensor or the board the sensor goes to. As to how to check it you'll need to know the specifications of the probe (usually in OHMS at a given temperature range) and - or the voltage and type of current (AC or DC) the board is looking for.
If you can find the sensor (usually in the back wall along the top) and can remove the front - back - control panel to see where it goes you will have found the board.
It could be the sensor. Remove the sensor and check for 1 to 1.1K ohms. at room temp. If that's not the problem it may be the oven solenoid on the burner. You can also have a problem with the door lock making when it shouldn't check that also.
Need to check and see if you are getting 220 volts to the element or if the element is showing resistance with an ohm meter. Any resistance means it is ok. If you are not getting voltage to the elements and resistance is ok then the control board is bad. Note: Always check outlet for proper voltage first! Never know when a breaker has gone bad. Should have 220 volts from line 1 to line 2 and 110 volts from line 1 or line 2 to ground.
Gas Burner valves use a flame proving circuit to verify that a flame exist before releasing gas to the burners in the oven as a safety precaution, this sensor being exposed to temperature extremes, fails over time.