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GE Ovens | Answered on Aug 24, 2020

The symptoms point to the control module.

GE Ovens | Answered on Aug 14, 2020

If you did not touch the oven during the cleaning cycle, the door interlock may be damaged or defective, leading to a false indication that it opened.

GE Ovens | Answered on Aug 06, 2020

There is a good chance you will need to replace it - again and again and again. Electronics were never intended to be utilized in hot or damp/moist environments. But appliance manufacturers could not resist the urge to go modern and replace the perfectly good knobs we all grew up with with buttons and displays that tend to confuse more that help. It is for this reason that appliances today will never last the 10-15 years that the ones our parents bought lasted. The manufacturers know this as well and they're laughing all the way to the bank...

GE Profile 30"... | Answered on May 20, 2020


Thanks for using FixYa. Error F3 in your range/oven means oven temperature sensor circuit failure. To resolve this issue you’ll have to check the oven temp. sensor circuit if the reading is more then 1100ohms then it should be replaced. Please do rate the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.


GE Ovens | Answered on May 12, 2020

Hello. From the symptoms you describe, your main control board(EOC) is damaged.There are relays on the board that handle the heavy amp load of the heating elements(you don't have 400 amps going thru your key switch when you start your car--same applies to your oven) These relays can burn up, have the contacts shorted together, or the main board can become corrupted due to power surges(storm damage).
The F3 error is a temp error. In an oven, NORMALLY, only the main board and the temp sensor control the oven temp. In 98% of oven temp sensors, the proper ohm reading at room temp is 1100 ohms of resistance(+/- 10%).
Did you have a power outage or "brownout" within the last 4-6 weeks? This is not written in stone but USUALLY, if the board was damaged by a current surge, the chips on the board will start to fail in that time frame. If you give me the make and model of your unit, I can look up the part number and price for you. I hope I wasn't too long-winded and helped you!!

GE Ovens | Answered on Apr 27, 2020

just contact and order it. You don't need part numbers.

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GE Ovens | Answered on Apr 26, 2020


The WB24T10140 is an high limit switch that will cutoff when temperature is too high.

Allow the high limit to cool down. Read Ohms on the part. If it still has no continuity( infinite Ohms) then the high limit has blown and must be replaced.

The reason why the high limit has blown is the high temperature generated in the self cleaning cycle.
Self cleaning generates high temperatures to clean the oven. Sometimes this can damage parts as thermal cutoff/high limit, probe, or even control board wiring.

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GE Ovens | Answered on Apr 14, 2020


GE Ovens | Answered on Nov 25, 2019

I am unsure whether you are asking for the control itself or the knob or ?
If you google for GE 169152 control part you will get some results, including some manuals. Once you find the part number of the part you are looking for, you can either look for that part online, or you should be able to find a local appliance part supply store/warehouse to get it from. I got a GE genuine temperatire control for my GE range last week from ReliableParts locally.

GE Ovens | Answered on Oct 24, 2019

This means that the Sabbath mode has been enabled. To disable the program, first press and release the Cancel/Off to stop the current programmed bake settings. Then press and hold Settings until Sabbath Mode Off is displayed. See page 14 of the manual for setting the Sabbath mode. The manual is available on the product page: . The current link to the manual is . Most GE oven codes are listed here: . The Sabbath Mode symbol is shown at the bottom of the table.

This mode can be used to set the oven temperature for an extended bake (usually for a low temperature) or a programmed bake. It's used by those who strictly keep the Sabbath but want a hot meal ready when the Sabbath ends.

I hope this helps.

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GE Ovens | Answered on Oct 06, 2019

I have an FA code as well. Dont know what it is. Everytime it comes on I clear it and it comes back. Not using oven, just cook top

GE Profile JT955... | Answered on Sep 19, 2019

Two posters at the internet link above had suggestions. The following doesn't cost to try:

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you guys are going to laugh at this. have this problem. my repair guy gave me a tip until I can figure out long bottom oven...there are vents at the top. use a flashlite and look in back right corner and you will see a squirrel cage fan. I taped together two long skewers to reach the back...insert through vent to squirrel cage fan and spin a few times. bingo...f code goes away and oven goes back to normal. don't want to do this long term but works until you get a solution. Ive been doing it for a month now but I travel all week and haven't had a chance to get it repaired. this has worked every time...seems like a dead spot in the drive for this???"

GE Ovens | Answered on Sep 09, 2019

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