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GE MODEL#CGS980SEM5SS LOC ERROR


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#21 cityboysrus

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Posted 16 September 2013 - 09:37 PM

OK Control Board and touch pad have been replaced. Im getting a Turn Burners Off error code. Does anyone have this service manual.



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Posted 17 September 2013 - 11:51 AM

No, YOU'RE funny. I get this service call at least once a month. Every GE appliance (and probably every other brand) made in the last 20 years or so have a keypad lockout button or sequence. It is explained on page 11, item 16, page 25 and on page 53 of the user manual. Now scroll back up to post 2 in this thread, click on and read the link. The average age of my clients is 84.5 years old and they understand it. 

 

PS: GE usually hides the Mini-Manual and Schematic above the pots-and-pans drawer but since this one has a warming drawer you might have to look a little harder. Maybe behind the control panel, like they do in their wall ovens?

 

Thank You for Sharing. You guys NEVER read my comments and were wrong. I was only asking for the Service Manual. How long someone has been doing something doesn't make them the best!!!! Masters embrace failure because you will fail it's a mathematical fact. No paperwork was with this unit. I'll put my skills up against any HUMAN BEING including YOU!!!  



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Posted 17 September 2013 - 10:46 PM

I was with ya all the way cityboysrus. Wish I could help. Try posting in the "service manual request" forum. Maybe something will surface.



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Posted 18 September 2013 - 02:25 AM

any part ordered from RepairClinic can be returned for a refund (less shipping)

(including installed electrical parts)

 

GE Range / somewhat similar Oven Controller

service manual

http://appliantology...05-jb968-jb988/

 

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Posted 13 October 2013 - 11:14 AM

Appliance Repair Manual Stash Access File Ok fellas my mentor and I went back on 10-3-13 :rocketwhore: . I call him BUDDHA!!! I've uploaded the wiring diagram GE sent me under the link above. Come to find out there are two three prong connections on the main board and I had the quick connect (female terminal) placed on the wrong one. I couldn't explain to the customer why the error Turn Burners Off originally displayed before Locking the Membrane and Control Board down, but to see that customer smile is PRICELESS!!!! Another episode of MAN beating machine. :rocker:

 

 

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