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Dear Sir, My 30" electric wall

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  • Helen May 18, 2011

    Hi Daniel,




    If the keypad is bad and should be replaced. please let me know how to replace, step by step, where to purchase the parts, and what's the price. Thanks.




    Rgds,
    Helen

  • Helen May 18, 2011

    Hi Daniel,

    Thanks for sending me the video.But the oven looks different from mine. My oven is separate from the gas stove and it's key panel displays in the front above the door window. Please find the exact model and show me the ways. Thanks.

    Rgds,
    Helen

  • Helen May 18, 2011

    Hi Daniel,

    I could find my GE oven model numbers in the manual as follows,
    JTP20,
    JTP25
    911.4771.
    It must be one of them.

    The title of the manual is:
    30" ELECTRIC WALL OVEN W/ ERC III CONTROL AND MOTORIZED DOOR LOCK

    229C4059P356-1 showing at the bottom of the page.
    Hope they can help.

    Rgds,
    Helen


  • Helen May 18, 2011

    Hi Daniel,
    I have left home already and will be back in a few days. I'll try to follow your instructions and will let you know the result. Thanks.

    Rgds,
    Helen

  • Helen May 25, 2011

    Hi Daniel,
    I can not reinstall the mounting rivets in reverse order to my oven Model GE: JTP20 or JTP25.
    What is the mounting rivets? What is the control panel?
    I didn't see 1080-1120 ohms. It shows nothing. Where can read multimeter?
    I just take off the keypad board and see label on the integrated circuit and read: ARK LEC NO.40090030102
    DOM: 01220404, GE 164D4685P002 REV.5, RATING: 35 VDC@20MA E191498
    Please advise what to do. Thanks.
    Helen

  • Helen May 25, 2011

    Hi Daniel,

    I found the oven model No.: JTP20 WOF3 WW KW2.7, Serial No. DG6545540 kw 3.6, then please tell how to fix the bad keypad?
    Last time you tell me to reinstall control panel in reverse order, but can't do it. Could you please explain more detail? Thanks.

    Helen

    Helen

  • Helen May 26, 2011

    Hi Daniel,

    This video showed oven clock replacement. Is this anything to do with the bake & broil pads?

    Helen

  • Helen May 26, 2011

    Hi Daniel,

    Please tell me where to find multimeter that I can read ohms. Is it inside the oven with sensor?

    Helen

  • Helen May 26, 2011

    Hi Toni,

    I knew it now-already looked in dictionary. Actually my husband is doing the job. But he doesn't read English. I just have to translate for him. Thanks for your patience.

    Helen

  • Helen Jun 08, 2011

    Hi Daniel,
    It won't work because my model is different from the one in the video as I told you before. There is no where to find oven temperature sensor. The keypads board /control panel is also different. Please find exactly what to do per my model No.: JTP20 WOF3 WW KW2.7, Serial No. DG6545540 kw 3.6. Thanks.
    Helen

  • Helen Jun 08, 2011

    Hi Daniel,
    Thanks.
    Is the Part No.: AP3187983 right? Also please advise the Parts No. for keypads/control panel which I can place order.
    Helen

  • Helen Jun 13, 2011

    Hi Daniel,
    I need to replace keypads/control panel. Please advise the parts No. for my oven model No.: JTP20 WOF3 WW KW2.7, Serial No. DG6545540 kw 3.6. Thanks.
    Helen

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Hi

Helen, the keypad is bad and should be replaced. Hope this helps...please post back for further assistance.

Daniel

Posted on May 18, 2011

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    Daniel Scott May 18, 2011

    Another thing that should be checked before replacing the keypad is the oven temperature sensor with a multimeter, it should read between 1080-1120 ohms, if it does then it is fine and keypad should be replaced. However, if it does not then it is the keypad that should be replaced. Please check the videos for keypad and sensor replacement:





    Hope this helps...please post back for
    further assistance.

    Daniel

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott May 18, 2011

    Please post back with the complete model no.... JTP20......

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott May 18, 2011

    Alright
    first remove 3 screws from across bottom of control panel. Then push up on
    control panel assembly to release mounting rivets on top corners of end caps
    and then reinstall in reverse order. Hope this helps...please post back with
    the model no. for further assistance.


    Daniel

    Alright first remove 3 screws from across bottom of control panel. Then push up on control panel assembly to release mounting rivets on top corners of end caps and then reinstall in reverse order. Hope this helps...please post back with the model no. for further assistance.

    Daniel

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott May 18, 2011

    Alright Helen...

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott May 25, 2011

    The control panel is where the board is mounted....

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott May 26, 2011

    Please check this video, this is for your model no only:


  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott May 26, 2011

    As I told
    you earlier that another thing that should be
    checked before replacing the keypad is the oven temperature sensor with a
    multimeter, it should read between 1080-1120 ohms, if it does then it is fine
    and keypad should be replaced. However, if it does not then it is the keypad/clock/timer
    that should be replaced.
    Hope this helps...please post back
    for further assistance.


    Daniel


    As I told you earlier that another thing that should be checked before replacing the keypad is the oven temperature sensor with a multimeter, it should read between 1080-1120 ohms, if it does then it is fine and keypad should be replaced. However, if it does not then it is the keypad/clock/timer that should be replaced. Hope this helps...please post back for further assistance.

    Daniel

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott May 26, 2011

    Multimeter is not inside the oven you have to buy it.....its always better and always recommended that we do that job for which we are aware of or at least know something so that we can replace the parts. As you don't know how to use a multimeter its always better to get this done by a tech.

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott May 26, 2011

    Alright you are welcome :)

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott Jun 08, 2011

    Please check this diagram.....part no 253 in the diagram is oven temperature sensor

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott Jun 08, 2011

    Yes that right part no

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