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GE profile oven F7 Error, model number problems

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I'm trying to get my oven serviced (the eraser trick didn't work) and I make out the model number.

I've included the picture.

I've tried the following:

JTP56AOW1AA

JTP56A0W1AA

JTP56A0U1AA

JTP56AOU1AA

JTP56AOL1AA

None of these seem to work. The service tech had someone from his shop order parts but they don't seem to be right.

Any ideas?

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Try getting the parts directly from GE.

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Well I'm using the home warrenty that came with our house. Good news is it's only costing me $50 no matter what they replace. Bad news is we can't make sense out of the model number. Maybe I should reffer the service tech to this site.

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Well, seeing your tag I would say the model# is JTP56AOW1AA

O = leter "O" no number zero because no slash through it.

But nothing comes up with that number, I do come up with a good model# JTP56AW1AA everything same except drop the "O" or zero.

It comes up as a built in double wall oven with an ERC/Electornic Range Control in consule. Is that what you have?

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Yes, that's what I have. The repairman ordered parts and had them direct shipped to me. The electric clock control kit looked a bit different from the original so he was concerned that it wasn't the right part. He also ordered the Control panel with touch-pad and it looks correct. Right now I still have an oven that works but gets the F7 code from time to time and parts sitting around.

http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=911140

http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=259461

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Did you see the description on the RepairClinc site for your ERC?

Electronic clock control kit

Note: Wiring could differ from original, will possibly need to be installed by an appliance repairperson.

This is probalbly a new ERC board that will work in many different models now instead of many different ones.

It should have came with instructions detailing the rewiring of the unit to accept this ERC.

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