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The kitchen range is the most versatile of all cooking appliances. It's also used more than any other appliance in most homes. Consequently, cooking problems can have a big effect on family life. If your GE gas or electric range has developed problems maintaining consistent, high temperatures on the cooktop or in the oven, use these troubleshooting tips to help you identify and solve the problem quickly.
Poor cooktop performance can waste time and reduce food quality. In gas ranges, inconsistent temperature performance is often caused by a dirty burner assembly. Disassemble the burners and clean the parts in warm, soapy water. Use a straight pin to clean the flame ports. Adjust the air shutters as instructed in your user manual. If you have an electric range, faulty coil elements or radiant surface elements should be replaced with new stove repair parts.
Dealing with inconsistent oven temperatures is a big headache for most cooks. Depending on your GE range, you may need to replace either a thermostat or a temperature sensor. Check your user manual to determine which of the two range parts is used in your oven and how to gain access to it to install a replacement.
The control panel houses the electronics that regulate cooking time and temperature. Like a faulty thermostat, a problem in the control panel is also capable of causing poor temperature performance in the oven. Luckily, you can get gas and electric range DIY repair help from Sears PartsDirect, which sells control boards and other control-panel parts for GE ranges.
Sears PartsDirect stocks cooktop elements, thermostats and a variety of other parts to help you complete repairs at home. To locate the parts you need, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.