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GE Elec range oven not heating ONLY while burners are working


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New to this forum. I fix a lot of appliances in my business and I get my parts via wholesale account from Reliable Parts. But this one has me stumped.  GE electric range model JB755EJ5ES.   The oven works fine, heats to temp just  fine until you turn on the stove  burners  on the cooktop. Then the oven quits and starts to  cool  down until you turn the stove burners off.  I verified good 240V on 40 amp  breaker on a newer home.  Would it be the the Oven  Control and overlay assy  #WB27X32142 or should I be thinking some other part?

Thanks for the help

Elliot 

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Sounds like a gas pressure issue, so think about gas pressure.  Connect your manometer, then check pressure when everything is called to come on.

 

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3 hours ago, ECtoFix said:

Sounds like a gas pressure issue, so think about gas pressure.  Connect your manometer, then check pressure when everything is called to come on.

 

It’s electric. 
 

you need to monitor voltage at element when you turn a burner on. 
 

Sounds like a bad board but gotta test. 

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Same thing happened to me. Took the back off and did a diagnostic. Unplugged it and checked all the elements. Everything checked out. Plugged it back in and it worked. Go figure.

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