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Double oven Model # JKP27WOW/1WW blows fuse in house

Our double oven is 15 yrs old and it has worked fine until now. It recently began blowing the fuse in the house. It is on its own circuit. I ruled out a possible over load condition on the house circuit. Any ideas?

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Charlie Popeck

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SOURCE: Ge Electric Double oVen

This may be related to a problem I have helped others solve. The solution is available free at my website. I have at last count helped over 1000 oven owners with a similar problem. http://fp1.centurytel.net/Powerman/Dreaded%20F7%20Problem.pdf Hope it works for you too.

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

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SOURCE: GE monogram double oven display getting extremely hot

Usually the knob type controls uses the bulb for temperature regulation. There is usually only one adjustment available - otherwise the thermostat has to be replaced. - that dial with the temperature graduations on it. the whole unit - the bulb in the oven is connected to it.

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Bottom oven doesn't heat after running self-clean cycle

Usually, when an oven won't heat, it's because the bake element is burned out. The bake element is the black, pencil- thick tube at the bottom of the oven. When the oven heats, the element glows red. This element has an expected life-span of several years. It may last for only one; it may last for many more. When the element burns out, you need to replace it.

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Double oven, top oven run by keypad turns off

I have a double oven. The top unit works fine. The bottle unit will turn on to cook or clean. Then after a few seconds it turns itself off.

Posted on Oct 12, 2009

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SOURCE: GE Monogram double oven. Zet2sm1ss F9

An F9 error code on a General Electric (GE) oven indicates that the oven's electronic control system has detected a problem with the automatic door lock. The automatic door lock mechanism prevents the oven door from being opened when the oven is set for "Clean" mode. The malfunction may be a jammed door lock mechanism, a pinched or broken wire, a faulty lock switch or a fault in the control board itself.
Disconnect power to the oven.

  • Open the oven door. Remove three screws from underneath the oven's control panel. Lift the control panel straight up to disengage the mounting pins on the top corners of the panel, then tip the panel toward you.
  • Inspect the door lock mechanism. The mechanism is in the lower left area of the space behind the control panel. Rotate the cam on the door lock mechanism to be certain it moves without binding. Replace the mechanism if its mechanical parts do not function properly.
  • Inspect the wires that connect the door lock mechanism to the control panel. Check for pinched or broken wires. Check for wires with frayed insulation. Repair wires as needed if defects are present.
  • Locate the six-pin connector on the door lock motor on the right end of the door lock mechanism.
  • Rotate the cam on the door lock mechanism to the unlocked position. Test the resistance between Pin 3 and Pin 1 of the door lock connector with the ohmmeter. The resistance should be 0. Replace Lock Switch 2 of the door lock mechanism if the resistance reads other than 0.
  • Rotate the cam on the door lock mechanism to the locked position. Test the resistance between Pin 3 and Pin 2 of the door lock connector with the ohmmeter. The resistance should be 0. Replace Lock Switch 1 of the door lock mechanism if the resistance reads other than 0.
  • Contact a certified GE appliance repair facility if the source of the F9 code has not been discovered. Troubleshooting the oven with the electric power turned on is a job for a certified technician
  • general electric stoves with electronic controls, if there is a problem it will display the problem with a F followed by a number here are some of the codes and what they mean.

    F1----STUCK KEY--DAMAGE CONTROL

    F2----OVEN TEMPERATURE EXCEEDS 590 DEGREES WITH DOOR UNLOCK

    F3----OVEN SENSOR DEFECTED

    F4----OVEN SENSOR SHORTED

    F5----ELECTRONIC CONTROL NEED TO BE REPLACED

    F6----THERE IS A PROBLEM IN THE KEY PANEL

    F7----REPLACE KEY PANEL

    F8----COMPONENT FAILURE

    F9----DOOR CIRCUIT---LOCK MECHANISM OR WIRING

    FC----DOOR LOCK CIRCUIT FAILURE

    FD----PROBE OR RECEPTACLE FAILURE

    FF----ELECTRONIC CONTROL FAILURE

    HOWEVER ON THE MORE EXPENSIVE MODELS AND PARTICULAR THE DOUBLE WALL OVENS THE COMPUTER CONTROL AND THE TOUCH PAD ARE TWO SEPERATE COMPONENTS.

    THE TOUCH PAD IS USUALLY IN THE GLASS FRONT THAT COVERS THE CONTROL--ON THESE MODELS YOU WILL SOMETIMES GET A ---F7--CODE----

    WHENEVER THERE IS A-- F7--OR--F1--ON THIS MODEL IT MEANS THE PROBLEM IS EITHER IN THE CONTROL OR IN THE TOUCH PAD

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