Model #JGSP32GEV1BB GE Slide-In Range, Gas

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GE Range Model JGSP32GEV1BB

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I see you replaced a common cause of this issue and still have an issue. While you wait for the expert to review your model and information, you can check a similar issue from a previous expert post if you like. I attached the link below.

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Barbara H. -
June 03, 2011
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Disconnect the power to the range and remove the wires from the oven gas valve. Read the resistance of the bake and broil coils. The resistances should be the same. I suspect the bake coil in the gas valve is open.

If the coil is ok, connect the wires to the gas valve and the power to the range. Turn the oven to bake and check voltage across terminals BA and N on the back of the oven control board. You should read 120 volts ac.

If both readings are good (ohms and voltage) there is a wire broken somewhere between the oven control and the bake ignitor.

I am sending an image showing the wiring schematic of the range. If you have questions, reply on this thread and I will be glad to help. Please send details such as "is the bake ignitor glowing red"?

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
June 04, 2011
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I have no idea what you are talking about. How would I get to those items.

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Anonymous -
June 04, 2011
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I apologize for assuming you had already removed the oven temperature sensor and read the resistance of it. Please accept my apology and go to [Home Services | http://services.sears.com/shs/category/repair?sid=MMLxexpertxmerch] and get a Sears technician to repair the range.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
June 04, 2011
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Why is my GE range displaying an "F3" fault code?

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The "F3" fault code means an open temperature sensor or an open temperature sensor circuit. You will need to use an Ohm meter to check the resistance of the temperature sensor. You will need to remove and disconnect the oven temperature sensor probe and then check the resistance of the sensor using the ohm meter. The sensor should measure approximately 1100 ohms at room temperature. If it measures approximately 1100 ohms, reconnect the sensor and then you will need to access the control board and disconnect the sensor and lock switch connector from the control board and re-measure the resistance of the two sensor leads. If it measures approximately 1100 ohms, replace the control board. The control board is part #WB27K5187R and the temperature sensor probe is part #WB21X5301.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
December 22, 2009

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