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GE JBP26OF3WH slide-in electric range/oven gets very hot


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Posted 16 March 2012 - 01:29 PM

My range top gets extremely hot when any burner is on. Front gets hot, and when oven is on, same thing in that area. It's a slide-in overn and was good quality at the time, I am told. Purchased 1940s house about 15 years ago, and was told kitchen remodeled within the last 5-10 years. This appliance ws made ion Lexington, KY, which I took as a good sign.

Never used the self-clean because of existing heat issue. I just use a plastic scraper, and baking soda with water. Is it time to replace this thing, for safety? I know current GEs are not USA made. Or, is there a way to replace or put in insulation to keep a decent oven?

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Sandy
Sandy in Savannah

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