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GE profile electric double oven button shows "3"

Yesterday when i tried to use the convection oven, when I hit "Convection Roast" it showed "3". I could only set the temperature to 333 degrees. This happened for every function on both ovens, except broil. which seemed to work. The unit is hard wired and we tried turning it off and then on again at the breaker but it dd not help A few years ago we got the "F7" error after I used the self-clean function. We followed directions we found online to put index cards between the ribbon cables, and that seemed to solve the problem. I haven't used the self-cleaning since, but I roast a lot of vegetables at convection roasting at ~410.

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SOURCE: convection fan not working

Check for a bad fan motor or a jammed blade.

Posted on Jun 14, 2007

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SOURCE: This is an electric convection oven

I am by no means an expert, but I believe the only thing differenty in a convection oven vs a regular oven is that there is a fan to conduct the heat quicker and more evenly. It has to do with heat tranfer rate. I can't imagine why aluminum foil would cause any problem.

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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SOURCE: Never used Convection JTP 5650DI55

Did you try going to the GE website? If not, try it:

http://www.geappliances.com/

When you pull up the website, you can click on the blue down arrow located in the box at the top of the web page, next to the work SEARCH and click on "USE & CARE MANUALS. Put your model number into the next box to the right and hit GO.

If you are having trouble after entering what you believe is the proper model/serial number, you can look at the FAQ (frequently asked questions) section to determine whether you have actually entered the proper number.

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

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SOURCE: top oven doesn't heat.

We had this same problem in our lower oven and found the solution the night before Thanksgiving. With 26 people coming for dinner, I desperately need both ovens. (Turn off the breaker for the oven before you do this.)

My husband took the control panel off of the upper oven and found a wiring diagram. In the text, it said there was a manual reset for each oven in the access panel for each one. He opened the access panel for the lower oven and found the reset button in the middle of that area. He said it was a black circle with a red button in the middle. After reseting, we turned the breaker back on and everything works great!!

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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SOURCE: f9 error code while using the convection baking function

This is a lock switch error code. Check wiring to door lock switch (the wire harness may be connected wrong). Check for stuck lock switch. If the switch cannot be re adjusted, it must be replaced.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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