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Q:

Function problem but have no manual since buying the house JGRP17WET2WW Ge Gas wall oven

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In my research I was able to find a similar issue with a GE range with the error F2. The link is provided below please check it out while waiting for an expert response to your specific model.

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Anna T -
October 10, 2012
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The F2 and F3 error codes normally indicate that you have a problem with the oven temperature sensor circuit. You can try to reset the electronic clock control board in that range by shutting off the house circuit breaker for the oven. Leave that breaker off for 3 minutes. Restore power and see if the F2 and the F3 error codes return. If the do, then you will normally need to have a service technician examine and repair the oven. You can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services . If you want to diagnose and fix this problem yourself, I provided some troubleshooting below.

Here is a link for the owner's guide on that oven from the GE Appliances website: Owner's Manual for GE Wall Oven Model JGRP17WET2WW .

Here are some do-it-yourself troubleshooting and repair tips:

Before accessing internal components, shut off the house circuit breaker for the range to disconnect electrical power . The first step in troubleshooting this problem on your own is to check the resistance of the oven temperature sensor probe using a volt/ohm meter. If you don't have a meter, you can normally find one at your local Sears Store or hardware store for less that $25. That investment could pay off if you can avoid a service call from a technician.

The first image below shows how to access the oven temperature sensor probe. Check the resistance of that sensor using the volt/ohm meter. It should measure around 1100 ohms at room temperature. If the resistance through that sensor is high or measures OL -- open load (or infinite resistance) then that sensor probe will need to be replaced. You can order that part from this page: Oven Temperature Sensor for GE Wall Oven Model JGRP17WET2WW . Be sure that electrical power is disconnected from the oven before accessing and replacing that sensor.

If the sensor is okay, then I recommend that you access the control board in the console (with the house breaker for the oven still shut off ). The second image shows how to access the control board in the console. Check the resistance of the entire sensor circuit from that control board. Note: The sensor probe will need to be plugged back into the harness during this test. If that resistance of that entire sensor circuit is normal (around 1100 ohms at room temperature) then the control board (part WB27T10324) will need to be replaced. You may also need to order and replace the clock plate (part WB27K5146) on the front of the control board.

If the resistance through that sensor circuit is high (or measures OL -- open load) then you apparently have a problem with the wire harness that runs between the sensor and the control board. The disconnect plug at the sensor is the most suspect part of that harness. You may need to eliminate the connector and connect the wires in that circuit using ceramic wire nuts.

I hope that this information helps. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
October 11, 2012
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