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Replacing a GE Oven Control on Mod #JBP65GV3WH replacment part #JBP65GV3Wh


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#1 Wingnuts45

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Posted 30 May 2009 - 08:12 AM

Looking for a wiring diagram for the new replacement board....Thanks

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Posted 30 May 2009 - 08:27 AM

The original board has Broil (blue wire), Bake (yellow wire), N (white wire) & Line (red wire).
The new board has one board mounted spade connector for AC N ( white wire), and the other coonetions are on 2 relays. Relay 1 has 3 spade connectors labeled COM, NO & NC. Relay 2 has 2 spade connectors labeled COM & NO.
Relay 1 purple dot...relay 2 has a yellow dot




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