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GE oven jgs968s0h4ss Probe flashes and beeping whenever I cook

My GE over model jgs968s0h4ss has been to flashing the word probe and beeping every time I set a baking temperature. There seems to be no issue with the oven other than the beeping is annoying. I tried replacing the temperature sensor but that didn't help. I also unplugged and plugged the oven back in during that time. I'm not sure what else to do (I don't have a probe with the oven either). I'd love some other suggestions on how I might be able to fix it before I need to call someone.

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There's probably a short that makes the range think that the probe is connected. It could be the probe socket or the control board. Check the socket first since it can be damaged more often. See the parts diagram here: https://www.geapplianceparts.com/store/parts/ModelSectionParts/JGS968SH6SS/4/0/0/0/BODY_PARTS . The socket is part 594. It's reached by removing the side panel.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Posted on Oct 07, 2021

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