Model #JGRS14BEW3BB GE Wall Oven, Gas

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24" Gas Wall Oven (Model # 911301687)

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Correction on Model # is "91130168791"

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TucazLuke -
November 03, 2010
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I recommend that you pull out the bottom panel inside the oven cavity and remove the flame spreader. Set the oven in a bake mode and see if the igniter glows. If the igniter glows then it is likely that a weak igniter is causing this problem (even though it is glowing). The part number for the igniter is WB2X9154. You can order this part from the Sears PartsDirect website.

If the igniter is not glowing, then you will need to shut off the circuit breaker and check the continuity through the igniter and the safely gas valve. The igniter will normally measure between 10 and 400 ohms of resistance. The safety gas valve will normally measure between 1 and 5 ohms of resistance. If these components are okay, I recommend that you check the wiring connections on the control board. Pull the oven out and remove the top cover behind the control console to access the control board (with the circuit breaker still shut off ). If the wiring connections are okay, then the electronic control board (part WB27T10268R) will likely need to be replaced.

These tips should help you resolve this oven problem. If you need more help, reply with additional details and we will assist you further.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
November 04, 2010
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Lyle, I want to ask your advice. I have a G.E. gas wall oven (model no. JGRS14BEW3BB) that stopped working today. The display lights are all on (it reads 888:888) and does not respond when I press any of the buttons. I tried unplugging it to see if it would reset, but it didn't work. I'm not an appliance repair tech, but my best guess is that it would be the electronic control board (part WB27T10268R), like you mentioned above. I want your advice on what I should do and if agree or diagree with my assessment. Thank you for any help.

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RockyReyes -
May 15, 2011
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Hello RockyReyes. This failure could be could be caused by the electronic oven control board (part WB27T10268R) or the control panel (part WB36T10544). I recommend that you SHUT OFF THE HOUSE CIRCUIT BREAKER for the oven and access the ribbon wire between the control panel and the electronic control board. The image below shows how to open the console in this type of oven. Check the ribbon cable for damage. Pull it out of the control panel and check the contacts for corrosion. You can carefully use a new pencil eraser (that is soft) to clean the contacts on that ribbon connector if necessary. If the ribbon cable contacts had corrosion or the cable was not plugged in securely, plug the cable back in properly and reassemble the oven. Power it up and see if you still get the 888 in the display. If you do, shut off the breaker and unplug that ribbon cable and then reassemble the range and power it up again. Wait a few minutes to see what displays on the control board. If you get the 888 in the display with the ribbon cable unplugged then you will need to replace that control board. If the 888 does not reappear, then you will need to replace the control panel. There is a chance that you may wind up having to replace both but this test usually works to determine the failed component. I hope that this information helps. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
May 16, 2011
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