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Why does it say "Clean Door" during the self-cleaning procedure?

Never ever use the Self Clean feature. All it exists to do is to keep the makers in a steady stream of sales of spares. The temperature is 800 to 925'F. The parts can't handle it. Try turning off at the breaker overnight to reset.

Why You should Never Run A Self Clean Oven Cycle & A ...

General Appliance Service https://www.generalappliancesvc.com > why-you-should... Jan 29, 2020 - A self-cleaning oven is a feature on many modern ovens that burns off cooking spills and splatters with an extremely high temperature (932 F° or ...

Self-cleaning oven

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org > wiki > Self-cleaning_oven A self-cleaning or pyrolytic oven is an oven which uses high temperature (approximately 932 °F (500 °C)) to burn off leftovers from baking, without the use ... ‎Pyrolytic process · ‎Alternative technologies · ‎Catalytic cleaning

Self-Cleaning Oven: 6 Reasons to Stop Using Feature ...

FIX Appliances CA https://fixappliances.ca > 4-reasons-stop-using-self-cleani... Feb 2, 2024 - Auto-cleaning, also known as "pyrolytic cleaning," operates by heating the interior of the oven up to 500?C. During this process, grease is ... ‎How Self-Cleaning Ovens Work · ‎Major Parts Damage ..
2/27/2024 4:13:13 AM • GE Ovens • Answered on Feb 27, 2024
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GE Profile Wall Oven. I am testing the heating elements on a GE Profile JT952BF8BB and want to know what is the functioning range of the Ohm reading?

Question edited for clarity. Question moved from Miscellaneous. As long as you have continuity, they are fine, and it should be around 20 ohms plus or minus

JB968SK1SS GE Profile Issues - Bake Element/ERC/Sensor

Appliance Blog https://www.applianceblog.com > ... > GE/Hotpoint Mar 18, 2013 - The broil element is about 15 ohms and the bake element is about 20 ohms so the two together will be around 35 ohms. Disconnect one of the wires ... JB705DT1BB Electric range oven shuts down after preheat Feb 26, 2017 FIXED - KEBS208SSS04 How do I remove bake element Dec 3, 2016 More results from www.applianceblog.com
12/9/2023 8:15:22 PM • GE Profile JTP18... • Answered on Dec 09, 2023
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GE Double Oven. How do I remove the front glass so I can clean the inside of glass

You remove the door and then split the inner and outer parts of the door. clean the glass with Easy Off spray, rinse well, polish and put it back together. The videos should help as they all work to a theme.

How to Clean Oven Glass-Inside, Outside, and In Between!

The Happier Homemaker https://thehappierhomemaker.com > Recipes > Cleaning Aug 24, 2022 - Spray outside glass with vinegar and wipe down with paper towels. · Clean inside of the oven glass with a scouring pad using the "hack" below. ..
11/24/2023 7:51:22 PM • GE Ovens • Answered on Nov 24, 2023
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Where do I locate the fuse for GE Profile electric range Model J BP79 A0B2AA?

The fuse for a GE Profile electric range model JBP79A0B2AA is usually located behind the control panel, near the power cord. You may need to use a putty knife or thin flathead screwdriver to gently pry the control panel away from the wall before accessing the fuse.
10/31/2023 3:04:19 PM • GE Ovens • Answered on Oct 31, 2023
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My GE Adora gas oven is leaking gas from inside oven intermittently. What is the cause? And why wouldnt it leak all the time

My advice is get rid of it. Or test every joint with washing up liquid and water in a spray bottle. This is what a gas explosion can do to your house. Our windows rattled 2 km away! https://www.google.com/search?q=mississauga+Hickory+Drive+gas+explosion ..
9/27/2023 1:18:39 AM • GE Ovens • Answered on Sep 27, 2023
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GE profile electric oven (model JB968TK5WW) not stay hot

Refer to page 40 to 44 (Troubleshooting Tips) of manual L0707187 (searspartsdirect.com)
9/21/2023 1:41:01 PM • GE Ovens • Answered on Sep 21, 2023
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How do I disable the key pad beeping when pushing the buttons on GE JGB900SEL2SS

Cynthia, I've gone thru the manual here.... https://www.searspartsdirect.com/manual/42qc2frzjh-000432/ge-jgb900sel2ss-gas-range-parts And there doesn't appear that the "beeping" can be disabled. You may try contacting them..... MAJOR APPLIANCE QUESTIONS. GE Appliances Answer Center® 1-800-626-2005. Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-7 p.m. ET. ... Best to you and Good Luck.
8/26/2023 10:44:44 AM • GE Ovens • Answered on Aug 26, 2023
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I have a GE JKP86-27 oven. Neither the bake or broil work. Microwave works fine. Controls come on for oven.

I, too, have the GE -JKP86. Microwave over oven. My oven would not heat up on bake or broil. Elements checked good, no fault codes. This is how I fixed mine: Shut off power at the box. Remove unit from cabinet. I placed mine on a chair. Remove cover(s) until you expose the circuit boards behind the control consol . The top board is behind the microwave controls, the bottom is behind the oven controls. Remove the bottom board by removing 4 screws. I take pictures with my smart phone, even some video. Helps me remember how everything goes back together. BE SURE THE POWER IS OFF, HIGH VOLTAGE IN HERE! One of the screws is hard to see. It is behind the ribbon connector. Unplug everything carefully. You will see a red and an orange wire north and south of a small relay. You must unclip the circuit boards from each other. Look for a missing drop of solder on the back side of the board with the relay. You will find it underneath where the red wire connects. Mine ( looking through a magnifying glass) looked like a crater with a wire sticking up out of it. It had overheated and the solder dripped out. The joint is inadequate. I cleaned and resoldered it with a nice blob. Reassemble and check. I just left mine on the chair. Power on. Select bake, 300, start. You should here the relays click and after about 45 seconds you'll see the bottom element glow. After one minute the relay clicks again ant you'll see the top element glow. They alternate during the preheat cycle. Put it all back together and shove it all back in the hole. Hope this helped!
7/22/2023 10:00:25 PM • GE JKP86... • Answered on Jul 22, 2023
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Oven Light Will Not Shut Off - GE Range Oven Model: PS968SP1SS

If you have already replaced the Hi-Amp Door Switch on your GE Range Oven (Model: PS968SP1SS), but the oven light still will not turn off, there are a few additional steps you can take to troubleshoot the issue:
  1. Check the light switch: Ensure that the light switch is functioning properly. It is usually located near the oven door frame or control panel. Press the switch manually to see if the light turns on and off. If it is not working, you may need to replace the light switch.
  2. Inspect the light socket: Examine the light socket for any signs of damage or corrosion. If the socket appears to be damaged, you may need to replace it.
  3. Verify the wiring connections: Check the wiring connections between the light socket, the Hi-Amp Door Switch, and the main control board. Ensure that all connections are secure and properly connected. Loose or faulty wiring can cause the light to stay on.
  4. Test the main control board: As you suspect, a faulty main control board could also be the cause of the issue. You can try resetting the control board by turning off the power to the oven at the circuit breaker for a few minutes and then turning it back on. If the light still does not turn off, it may indicate a problem with the control board that requires replacement.
If you have performed these troubleshooting steps and the light still won't turn off, it would be advisable to contact GE customer support or a qualified technician for further assistance. They will be able to diagnose the problem more accurately and recommend the appropriate solution.
6/18/2023 4:55:39 PM • GE Ovens • Answered on Jun 18, 2023
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GE electric stove. The screen is black. The controls work, but the screen is showing nothing

Could you please supply us with a Model# Kenada is a Ai Bot
6/18/2023 4:54:25 PM • GE Ovens • Answered on Jun 18, 2023
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Bought a used GE jtp15 wall oven, wired it 220 red/white/black. It turned on, locked door flashing, 4:00 flashing, then shut off and will not turn back on.

Strange it won't turn back on. Did you see it working when you purchased it secondhand? It appears you just need to reset. Turn off at the breaker for 2 minutes, then back on and try this.

SOLVED: Our GE Profile JTP18 keeps flashing "door loc

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5/26/2023 10:44:41 PM • GE Ovens • Answered on May 26, 2023
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GE Oven model JB250DF1WW. The oven won't heat properly. Why is that?

Question edited for clarity and make some sentences. Question moved form Misc. It sounds like you have a bad temperature sensor. Some can be calibrated, but not by a hundred degrees. https://www.google.com/search?q=ge+jb250df1ww+calibrate+oven+temperature
3/21/2023 2:29:38 AM • GE Ovens • Answered on Mar 21, 2023
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I have a GE rapid clean II J55BF-1 wall mount oven needs to replace the baking element. Did someone happen to know the part number of the replacement baking element ?

To find the correct replacement baking element for your GE Rapid Clean II J55BF-1 wall mount oven, you can try the following steps:
  1. Locate the model and serial number of your oven. This information is usually found on a label on the inside of the oven door or on the back of the oven.
  2. Visit the GE Appliances website or use an online appliance parts retailer to search for the part using your oven model number.
  3. Look for the baking element part number in the oven's user manual or service manual. These manuals may be available online or from the manufacturer.
  4. If you are still having trouble finding the correct part number, consider contacting the manufacturer's customer service department for assistance.
Once you have the correct part number, you can order the replacement baking element and follow the manufacturer's instructions for installation.
2/26/2023 11:58:18 AM • GE Ovens • Answered on Feb 26, 2023
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GE oven flashed f7 d6 error. Replaced key pad, same error again. Replaced ERC board and still f7 d6. What now?

It's possible that a faulty ERC (Electronic Range Control) could damage a new keypad, but it's not very common. The F7 D6 error code indicates a problem with the communication between the keypad and the ERC. Here are a few other things you could try:
  1. Check the ribbon cable connection between the keypad and the ERC. Make sure it is securely connected and not damaged in any way.
  2. Try resetting the oven by turning off the power to it for a few minutes, then turning it back on. This may help clear any temporary glitches that are causing the error.
  3. If the above steps don't work, it's possible that there is a wiring problem or a faulty component in the oven that is causing the error. In this case, it may be best to call a professional appliance repair technician to diagnose and fix the problem.
2/26/2023 10:31:31 AM • GE Ovens • Answered on Feb 26, 2023
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GE TRIVECTION JT930S OVEN WONT COME Othe thermal fuse N

I'm sorry, I'm having a bit of difficulty understanding your question. Could you please provide more information or clarify what you are asking for? It seems like you may be asking about the thermal fuse on a GE Trivection JT930S oven, but I am not sure what you are asking for after "where is". Thank you.
2/26/2023 6:04:09 AM • GE Ovens • Answered on Feb 26, 2023
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GE Range Model JBP62DM2. Oven and top burners not working.

Even if the oven thermal overload sensor is functioning properly, it is less likely to be the cause of the issue with the oven and top burners not working. However, it is still worth checking to ensure that the sensor is not malfunctioning or damaged. The thermal overload sensor is a safety feature that can cause the oven to shut off if it overheats, so if it is faulty or damaged, it could potentially prevent the oven from heating up or cause it to shut off prematurely. To test the thermal overload sensor, you can use a multimeter to check its resistance. The resistance should increase as the temperature of the oven rises. If the resistance remains the same or is outside the expected range, then the sensor may be faulty and should be replaced. If the sensor appears to be functioning correctly, then you should investigate other potential causes mentioned below, If the oven and top burners are not working even after replacing the main control board, there could be several other possible causes. Here are a few things to check:
  1. Check the power supply: Even though the voltage at each input feed wire is 120 volts, the power supply may not be providing enough current to operate the oven and burners. Check the wiring and connections to ensure they are secure and not damaged. You may also want to check the circuit breaker or fuse box to make sure there are no issues with the electrical supply.
  2. Check the heating elements: The oven and top burners are powered by heating elements. If one or more of the heating elements are faulty, this could be causing the issue. Check the elements for any signs of damage or wear, and test them with a multimeter to ensure they are functioning properly.
  3. Check the wiring harness: The wiring harness connects the various components of the oven to the control board. If the wiring harness is damaged or has a loose connection, this could be preventing the oven and burners from working. Check the wiring harness to ensure it is securely connected and not damaged.
  4. Check the safety valve: The safety valve on the oven regulates the flow of gas to the burners. If the safety valve is faulty, it may not be allowing gas to flow to the burners, which could be preventing them from igniting. Check the safety valve to ensure it is functioning correctly.
If you are unable to identify the issue, it may be best to call a qualified technician to diagnose and repair the oven.
2/22/2023 2:02:19 AM • GE Ovens • Answered on Feb 22, 2023
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I have a GE Dual wave II Microwave System (model # jkp68g0k3). Still works great.

You may be able to find a replacement glass for your GE Dual Wave II microwave system by contacting GE's customer service or parts department. They may have compatible replacement parts available, or be able to direct you to a third-party supplier that carries them. You can also try searching for the part online using the model number of your microwave. However, keep in mind that older models may have limited availability of replacement parts, so you may need to consider alternative solutions such as having the glass custom-cut or purchasing a new microwave.
2/14/2023 6:16:52 AM • GE Ovens • Answered on Feb 14, 2023
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