Kitchen Ranges - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
My 15 year old GE Gas oven shoots flames after replacing regulator/valve.
This issue could be caused by the oven regulator valve not being set correctly for the altitude and fuel source. I'd suggest double-checking that the regulator is properly adjusted to the altitude and fuel source. Additionally, you may want to check the oven igniter and burner for proper operation and make sure the correct model and size of burner is installed. If you have any further questions or need help, please feel free to reach out.
Get an error "err surface burners off" when starting self-clean mode
I have the same problem with my GE Profile gas range. Every time I try to lock the touch panel (pressing and holding RANGE LOCKOUT), this message shows up. Every time this happens, the message goes away in a few seconds, but the touch panel never really locks. I didn't realize this wasn't the proper behavior until last night.
Last night, I did the same, but this time the "err turn burner off" message would not go away and there was an audible alarm beeping at once per couple seconds. I cycled the power by turning off the circuit breaker and back on, but every time the same message and alarm comes back.
When the err message is on, no gas is fed to the burners -- when I turn the dials, no gas come out from any of the burners. I guess this message is to alert the user that one or more of the burner dials are still in the open position and is telling the user to turn them off to the closed position.
Even though all four burner dials are in the fully off position, one of them was apparently not recognized by the sensor as being in the fully closed position. By turning this dial slightly in the clockwise direction just a little past the off position (even though it already appears to be in the fully off position) allows the sensor to recognize that it is now off. The error message and the alarm goes off and the panel then showed LOC, indicating that it has entered lockout mode. After that, I can unlock the panel by pressing the RANGE LOCKOUT button again.
So for me, the problem seems to be that the sensor for one of the dials was not registering that it was closed, and turning it a slight bit past off did the trick. The other three burners have no issue.
Low flame on GE gas stove burners
It might be from the burners being dirty or from the electrode not being properly sealed.Or the burner head and the caps are not correctly have been matched up.
Looking for the age of GE Profile Range Model JB968SOK1 ser VH267627Q
Based on the serial number you provided, VH267627Q, it appears that your GE Profile Range Model JB968SOK1 was manufactured in 2006. The first letter of the serial number represents the year of manufacture, with "V" indicating the year 2006. The second and third digits represent the week of the year it was manufactured, with "H2" indicating the 26th week (or late June) of that year.
Where is the spark module located on GE profile C2s985set7ss
The spark module on a GE Profile C2S985SET7SS front panel dual fuel stove is typically located behind the control panel or near the burner controls. It may be accessible by removing the control panel or by accessing a service panel on the back of the stove. For specific instructions on accessing the spark module, it is recommended to consult the owner's manual for your stove or contact a professional repair service.
My ge xl44 range left burners do not ignite. When the left buttons\ are pressed for igniting, the igniting sounds are heard in the right burners but the left burners do not ignite.
It sounds like you are having a problem with the ignition system on your GE XL44 range. The ignition system is responsible for lighting the gas burners on your range, and if it is not functioning properly, the burners will not ignite.
There are a few things you can try to fix this problem:
- Make sure that the burners and the ignition system are clean. If the burners or ignition system are clogged with debris, it can prevent the burners from lighting.
- Check the ignition system for any visible damage or debris. If the ignition system is damaged or clogged, it may not be functioning properly.
- Check the electrical connections on the ignition system to make sure they are secure.
- If the problem persists after trying these steps, it may be necessary to have the ignition system inspected by a technician to determine the cause of the issue.
It is also possible that there is a problem with the gas supply to the burners or some other issue, so it may be worth having a technician inspect the range to diagnose the problem.
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