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VikingMoon

Member Since 20 Sep 2008
Offline Last Active Jun 21 2014 09:30 PM

Topics I've Started

GE JGBS22BEA2WH Oven - Glows But Wont Light

24 January 2014 - 10:16 PM

Hello Again Keepers of Wisdom.

 

Operation theory has got me again as I try to understand why my oven goes thru the purge cycle, igniter glows but not enough gas seems to come on to light the oven burner. I smell gas, open the broiler door, manually light it, (Very Small Flame) couple of minutes later we're good to go.

 

I need somebody to do some "splainin' " to me.

 

Many Thanks, As always...You're the best!


MZD2766GEW Defrost Failure

30 September 2013 - 11:25 AM

I have had the Sears service guy out here multiple times for this issue. He has replaced the ADC a couple of times, but cant seem to get the job done. Stopped the extened warranty. Why have it?

Any who.. Did the 3 cycle check...Nothin'. Went to unplug the Thermostat to check continuity while the unit was running & got bit between the heater & the cooling coil checking for heat. Measured 36VAC across the Heater element & thermostat wire pins on the feed side of the molex connector. Shorted element?

Thermostat continuity seems OK.

Serial is 21500421AV

 

Many Thanks O Noble One!



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