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JKP18 WALL OVEN IS A PIECE OF JUNK

I am officially ready to take a sledge hammer to this oven. With a new remodel 3 years ago, I've had to replace my GE profile microwave and now finally giving up on this GE profile wall oven. We have repaired it 4 times with the same problem occurring over and over again- F7 error code, broiler turns on and flips from high to low. (Fear that it could overheat and cause a fire?) Shortly after goes to F7 and won't work. My previous oven was over 20 years old and never had a problem. I will never buy another GE product again as the company gave us no help. What is the cause of this problem and is there a fix other than cleaning the contacts???

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Http://www.fixya.com/howto/h155060-dreaded_f7_error    Go to the above link.  I will fix it.

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