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Pretty easy, usually located at rear top of oven, one screw holds bracket, so remove, then you will see wire, pull it out to access connector, replace with new one, plug back in and replace bracket. My GE was easy fix and sensors are low cost.
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GE Profile 30"... | Answered on Jun 03, 2015


When you say board I assume you mean the electronic clock/timer. This timer directly affects the oven operation. Even if the internal oven fuse is blown or the thermal overload is tripped the electronic timer and oven light will always work. If the oven light works and the electronic timer/clock does not I'd say that the timer/clock is faulty.

GE Profile 30"... | Answered on Feb 10, 2011


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SHORTED OVEN SENSOR CIRCUIT
if your comfortable taking the range out of the box, it is a pretty easy repair. The oven sensor is a small tube in the range that "sences" temp.
although it could be the erc, its more than likely the sonsor itself.
it is on the back wall and has to be unplugged from the back to be removed
there are two screws that hold it on the back wall
put the new one in and you should be ready to go
goto appliancepartspros.com
type in your modle number and look in the cavity section
your looking for the oven sensor
they usually run around 20-30 dollars

GE Profile 30"... | Answered on Oct 17, 2009


if i'm correct it should be on the left side of your oven or maybe on the right lol but there is a glass object that looks like a light bulb its thick glass you just twist that offf as its a screw lefty loosy righty tighty and there you go you also might have a litle wire across the big thick glass bulb looking object which you have to just move out the way no snapping of or anything

GE Profile 30"... | Answered on Jun 07, 2009


thermal protector has caused lockout. happens w/ self clean a lot. it's a small thermostat device most likely on the rear of the oven. oven need to be pulled from wall to check/replace. you may have to open door w/a coat hanger if it's locked to get the door open to allow access to screws to allow removal of oven from wall if it's a built in. unplug it before doing anything. fuse is under back cover size of a bottle cap, 2 wires, should be "closed" normally. replace or spray w/freon to "reset" it.

GE Profile 30"... | Answered on May 25, 2009


OPEN THE TOP AND LEARN JUST AS WE DID YEARS AGO

GE Ovens | Answered on Nov 25, 2019


I am unsure whether you are asking for the control itself or the knob or ?
If you google for GE 169152 control part you will get some results, including some manuals. Once you find the part number of the part you are looking for, you can either look for that part online, or you should be able to find a local appliance part supply store/warehouse to get it from. I got a GE genuine temperatire control for my GE range last week from ReliableParts locally.

GE Ovens | Answered on Oct 24, 2019


This means that the Sabbath mode has been enabled. To disable the program, first press and release the Cancel/Off to stop the current programmed bake settings. Then press and hold Settings until Sabbath Mode Off is displayed. See page 14 of the manual for setting the Sabbath mode. The manual is available on the product page: https://www.geapplianceparts.com/store/parts/assembly/C2S995SEL1SS . The current link to the manual is https://products.geappliances.com/MarketingObjectRetrieval/Dispatcher?RequestType=PDF&Name=49-85241.pdf . Most GE oven codes are listed here: https://www.geappliances.ca/en/support/knowledgebase/range-oven-function-error-or-fault-codes . The Sabbath Mode symbol is shown at the bottom of the table.

This mode can be used to set the oven temperature for an extended bake (usually for a low temperature) or a programmed bake. It's used by those who strictly keep the Sabbath but want a hot meal ready when the Sabbath ends.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

GE Ovens | Answered on Oct 06, 2019


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Two posters at the internet link above had suggestions. The following doesn't cost to try:

"Karl McHugh
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you guys are going to laugh at this. have this problem. my repair guy gave me a tip until I can figure out long term....open bottom oven...there are vents at the top. use a flashlite and look in back right corner and you will see a squirrel cage fan. I taped together two long skewers to reach the back...insert through vent to squirrel cage fan and spin a few times. bingo...f code goes away and oven goes back to normal. don't want to do this long term but works until you get a solution. Ive been doing it for a month now but I travel all week and haven't had a chance to get it repaired. this has worked every time...seems like a dead spot in the drive for this???"

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