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G.E. wall oven model JRP28BJ1BB wierd happenings


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#1 alamo3

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Posted Today, 06:57 PM

lady has a built in double wall oven less than a year old and she said in the last two weeks every time she used it she got a strong odor of like rubber burning or electrical burning smell said it worked fine so she kinda ignored it but other people in the house started noticing it and asking her if something was on fire so then she knew it wasnt just her imagination so she stopped using it the last couple of days and asked me to look at it. I flipped down the upper control panel and looked at all the wiring and components and nothing looked burnt so i closed up the panel and slid it almost out of wall and removed enough screws from back panel to pry it away and inspected all the wiring in back to the 4 different elements and 2 light receptacles and all wiring ,connections and components looked good so i buttoned it up,slid back in wall and turned the breaker back on to test and see if i got any wierd smell.  got ready to push commands into board and there is a small flashing"door locked" message. tried to hit cancel and nothing happened stayed locked but after 10 or15 seconds i heard the board make a "clicking" sound (like they do when the temo is cycling) and i pulled the door and it opened even though the door locked message stays on. Closed door and enteredpush "bake" button but it does nothing,no beep no temp setting nothing. Same when I try BROIL. tried to reset clock and clock/timer button will only go to timer not clock. The only command the board seems to accept is "selfl-clean".  Another wierd thing is just sitting there with the door closed and nothing showing on board but the big green clock numbers and the little orange "door locked"message about every 15 to 20 seconds you here a click from the board and what happens is the door locks and unlocks about every15 to 20 seconds. The lady walked up and said "Oh yeah i forgot to tell you for a while its been making this clicking noise up in the top like it does when its on even though its been off for hours but its never showed that"door locked" message until right now. Totally confused especially since it wasnt doing any of this before i got there==and yes=of course i reopened the contol panel to make sure something hadnt pulled loose from board and no wires were touching something they shouldnt.  Any ideas appreciated. thanks



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#2 DurhamAppliance

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Posted Today, 10:19 PM

usually wierd, unpredictable things mean a bad board.

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