Model #JSP26GP4WH GE Slide-In Range, Electric

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Q:

Why is the oven not working on my GE electric slide in range? Follow -up to my range problem of oven not heating after replacing Keyboard.

A:

The thermal switch that you found open is the fan thermal. When the oven cabinet gets too hot the fan thermal closes & brings on the fan to help cool things off. During pre-heat both elements will pulse on & off to achieve the ovens preheated set temperature. The thermal limiter is in line to both bake & broil elements. If the broil element is coming on then we know that the oven thermal is good, closed. Since we know that the oven thermal is good & since you replaced the oven control board, it should be good also. This leads us to the yellow wire coming from the oven control to 1 leg of the bake element. The other L2 side has to be good or the broil element would not come on. I recommend checking the resistance of the yellow wire with a meter to determine if it is good or bad. Please see the wiring diagram provided in the image below.

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biker dave -
Sears Technician
April 30, 2009
Q:

Why is the oven not working on my GE electric slide in range?

A:

The oven element circuit is protected by a thermal switch. Power to the elements comes from the oven control board & has to go through the thermal switch to get to the oven elements. We will need to check the voltage coming out of the oven control board & check the thermal switch with a meter so we will know which direction to head into. I do not think that the keyboard is the problem. If you have 240volts going into the control & 0 volts out, you will need to replace the oven control board. If you have 240volts coming out of the oven control, then we will need to check the thermal switch & wiring harness. Please get back with us on this if you have a meter & need more troubleshooting tips.

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biker dave -
Sears Technician
April 19, 2009

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