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Getting to ERC on JKP14 wall oven


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#1 Angie Jarosz

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 10:46 AM

I have a GE JKP14 wall oven w/ F3 error.  After reading through forum posts, it seems a good idea to check the resistance after the unit has heated up to know whether the sensor response is non-linear.  Can someone tell me how to get apart the front panel?  I've removed the top trim piece, and the top screws--the panel will come forward, but is connected by some screws that aren't so easy to access along the bottom, so I'm thinking there's probably an easier way to disassemble.



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Posted 08 July 2013 - 08:20 AM

An oldie but moldie!  Best bet is to download the manual and sing along with the destructions:  http://appliantology...ric-wall-ovens/



#3 Angie Jarosz

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Posted 08 July 2013 - 09:15 AM

Turns out all I had to do after taking out the two screws underneath the top trim was to pull up--it was just sticking after years of use.  Looks like the connector was making poor contact too, so far I was able to turn on the oven for 1 hr at 450 and then again at 400 for 45 minutes.  Let's hope it stays that way!






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