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kurtr

GE Oven Temp Control

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Greetings-

I have a GE oven (EGR3001EH2SS) that is about 15 months old. About a month ago we've had to add 50 to 100 degrees to the setting to get the oven to the correct temp. But, setting it to about 500 (to get 450) results in about 500 degrees (and burnt food). Is this the temperature sensor? Or the control panel?

Has anyone had any luck getting a store (in this case ABT Electronics in Chicago) or the manuafacturer (GE) to stand behind a product that has just come out of warranty?

Thanks!

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Need appliance parts? Call 877-803-7957 now!

  A lot of times If I'm replace a "bad" ERC I'll put in a sensor also.  They are not that expensive compared to the ERC, so for a few dollars more you can "start over new". 

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THANK YOU!

I cannot find the ERC on repairclinic.com. Where is the best place to get this?

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[user=2745]kurtr[/user] wrote:

I cannot find the ERC on repairclinic.com. Where is the best place to get this?

Ratcheer, budrow.

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