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Patricio

GE Wall Oven JRS06B0J1BB

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Any help on this.  Oven complaint is "acting wacky, only button that works is cancel" .      Probably the control board is out of wack.   How can only  the cancel button work.

 

Would like to look at some kinda manual.

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Maybe I put one to many zero's.   Try JRS06BJ1BB.   That's what parts supply have for model #.   Client insists that there is a 0 between the 6 & J.

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GE started eliminating some 0's in model numbers ...

saves ink ?

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