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Hi im an appliance tech and i had the same problem its not the EOC other words control board its actually the speed bake swith its stuck in the on position that why you get a stock keypad error code either f1 or f11 replace that switch or disconnect it and im positive that this will solve it .

Kitchen Ranges | Answered 7 hours ago


If the off button doesn’t respond and cut it off, replace control / clock.

Hotpoint Kitchen... | Answered 14 hours ago


Does it have a thermocouple? If so, most likely this. If not then could be the gas valve form that ring

Kitchen Ranges | Answered 14 hours ago


Hello Allison Vennor & welcome to FIXYA,

It is NOT necessary to make multiple
listing... HOWEVER posting your MODEL
NUMBER will greatly INCREASE our ability
to determine WHAT COUNTRY you are posting
from... (( I am ASSUMING USA )).

No MODEL NUMBER mandates GUESSING:
Just from what you describe I would
hazard a GUESS that your main heating
ELEMENT has broken...

I had a similar situation... and felt
the element for HEAT (VERY bad idea)... I
managed to go right across the fracture
line and got a VERY PAINFUL electric shock:
Much smarter to use a "volt-ohm" meter
to check for VOLTAGE present
(or OHMs: continuity = good element ).

Look here for your "F73" trouble code:
https://products.geappliances.com/appliance/gea-support-search-content?contentId=16238

Then use YOUR model number to go to
appliancepartspros.com
To see an instructional video on the
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE...

CAUTION:
- TURN POWER OFF...!!

- Very EASY (never let loose wires slip
through their entry holes (use alligator
clips to SECURE)).
(((ELSE you will have a major job to fix))).

Hope this helps.
Carnac the Magnificent

GE Kitchen... | Answered 3 days ago


Hello Allison Vennor,

No MODEL NUMBER mandates GUESSING:
Just from what you describe I would
hazard a GUESS that your main heating
ELEMENT has broken...

I had a similar situation... and felt
the element for HEAT (VERY bad idea)... I
managed to go right across the fracture
line and got a VERY PAINFUL electric shock

Look here for your "F73" trouble code:
https://products.geappliances.com/appliance/gea-support-search-content?contentId=16238
Then use YOUR model number to go to
appliancepartspros.com
To see an instructional video on the
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE...
CAUTION:
TURN POWER OFF...!!
Very EASY (never let loose wires slip
through their entry holes (use alligator
clips to SECURE)).
(((ELSE you will have a major job to fix))).
Hope this helps.

GE Kitchen... | Answered 3 days ago


If you have power in your receptacle your stove is plugged in then you have a stove problem. If you have no power in your electrical box then it has nothing to do with your range.You could try to take a good extension cord and plug your range into a hot plug in.

GE Kitchen... | Answered 3 days ago


Check voltage to unit. Should be 240v. Check bake and broil elements.

Kitchen Ranges | Answered 3 days ago

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