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ge range w/hidden bake element m#jb910tok4ww

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hey guys. i got a ge free standing range model jb910t0k4ww. i checked amp draw off board on bake relay,got 0. i can hear that relat clicking on/off.i looked up p/n on this site and looks like the bake element leads are off to the right,just cant find a way to visually se it. any ideas? thanks

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ok,got it. its behing r side exterior panel.

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measure the resistance of the Bake Element at the Oven Controller between L1A and BAKE terminals.

Bake Element # 251

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thanks for that,looks like i got an open element.where are the terminals of the element physically in range?

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The element terminals extend through the oven cell into the back of the range. Remove the range back panel to get at them.

On some ranges, they leave enough slack in the wire that you can pull the element out enough from inside the range to get at the terminals, replace the element, etc. Just be sure to unplug the range first!

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Why do the Bake Terminals go out to the left ?

Why does GE do that ?

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looking at a pic of part, looks like the terminal ends go to the side-i pulled the back panel off and the terminal ends are not back there,and the hidden bake has no panel or cover on the inside....

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Why do the Bake Terminals go out to the left ?

Why does GE do that ?

Sometimes for clearance reasons, to make sure there's enough space so that the terminals do not contact the back panel of the range.

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I've never worked on one of these but if it is a hidden bake element and the terminals are on the side like the picture shows then you most likely have to remove the left side panel to remove/access the hidden bake element.

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i will follow up on this when i go back with element

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ok,the hidden bake acess is behind the left exterior side panel,a real tight fit. the broil,convect and warming drawer elements are all in the rear,but the bake can only be acessed by removing the exterior panel. hey ge,great design.

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. hey ge,great design.

GE® imagination at work

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ok,the hidden bake acess is behind the left exterior side panel,a real tight fit. the broil,convect and warming drawer elements are all in the rear,but the bake can only be acessed by removing the exterior panel. hey ge,great design.

Domo for the heads-up on this one, TT, I'm sure I'll be running into it at some pernt.

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