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There are some products out that can help with this problem. Check out Easy Off for a good one. But get the correct one some are not for self cleaning ovens. If the protective layer has come off an you see some rust from the steel sides it will never clean. You will need one of the can cleaning products to do the job.

GE Ovens | Answered on Jul 19, 2017

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GE Ovens | Answered on Jul 16, 2017

More than likely you have a control circuit board failure.

GE Ovens | Answered on May 19, 2017

The "Clean Oven" aspect has been activated and it locks the door. If the door wasn't completely closed when the "Clean Oven" was initiated then that means it is still active. try pressing the"Clean Oven" button a few times to see if it will reset the locking mechanism. This usually fixes the issue you are having.

Hope this helps.

GE Ovens | Answered on Apr 25, 2017

One of the most common problems with GE electric built in ovens is the error code "F7? shown on the display. I've seen it many times before and today I had a service call for the same problem again. The error code "F7" will be displayed along with a beeping sound if the ERC (Electronic Range Control) or "clock" senses one or more buttons on the control panel stuck. It could be displayed in any mode: "cook", "clean" or even more often in the "time of the day" mode. In order to fix it, the control panel has to be replaced. This is a very simple job and you will need just a 1/4? nut driver and a Phillips screwdriver. - See more at: http://www.askgene.com/2007/06/23/oven-error-codes/ge-oven-error-code-f7-and-how-to-fix-it/#sthash.pVUT3Nzb.dpuf

GE Ovens | Answered on Mar 14, 2017

Basically you unplug the oven and remove the back, you should see two wires connected to the elements where they come through the oven wall in the back. Unhook those wires. The elements are held in place with nuts on the portions that poke through, remove the nuts and pull the element out through the front, and install the new one. Note that if you break one of the connections on the wires to the heating element, they can be a real chore to repair because they are high heat connections.

GE Ovens | Answered on Feb 18, 2017

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