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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: oven is noisy
next itme you get an authorized co. to come look at it ask them to call the "techline", f&p has an excellent tech resource hotline for us tech ive never called and had them not at least lead me in right direction.
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
SOURCE: Jenn Air SVD48600
I,m no oven wizard, but i,m going to give you my common sense-logical point of view here.
I,d suggest that the actual problem, lies within a thermostatic device. the oven heats up, the thermostat reaches it heat limitations, as set by the control-dial.
the thermostat tells the fan to cut-in, to cool down the oven.
As for the noisy fan, originally if the fan was,nt noisey.
when the fan was relaced, perhaps gaskets were damaged or seals were broken. and the unit was never re-assembled correctly, when the fan was replaced a second-time, the service engineer, simply swapped over the fan, with a replacement, reassembling, as he,d removed ( Minus the Spacers Gaskets et,c ) that the first fan-repair guy disregarded.
You really need to get a Parts List to see whats not been replaced Correctly. It appears they,re sending you out an electrician, to do an engineers job.
I hope This Makes Any Logical Sense to you.
Good Luck with the repairs.
Mike @ Compurepair.
** Where common Sense Is FREE **
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
yes you can kill the power and lock out the box with a pad lock for safety. the panel is attached by screws usually on the bottom of panel. lower and seperate the control panel ribbon from the erc (electronic range control). without removing any other components leave ribbon loose and replace panel. turn power back on. if the beeping does not recur, the control panel probably has a stuck key. if it does resume the erc is faulty
Posted on May 17, 2009
SOURCE: GE Spectra XL44 - Model
Welcome to FixYa.
Based on your description, I`d suggest the hot surface ignitor for the bake burner is likely the problem.
Here's what you can try to verify if it's indeed the ignitor...if you're mechanically inclined.
**Turn off the breaker or unplug the range and turn off the gas to the appliance before attempting any service...safety first**
Since your boiler has the same ignitor ( some do some don't ) one could swap the ignitor`s ( very carefully, they are very fragile and don`t like to be handled ) this will allow you to use the bake burner, but it will leave you without the broil function...until you can purchase another.
This will confirm or dismiss if the ignitor is at fault...99% of the time this is the case.
You should be able to find one at most brick & mortar appliance parts vendors or on-line depot's such as "repairclinic.com", "searspartsdirect.com" to name a couple.
You can ask for part number WB13K21, That is the bake & broil ignitor and is for your GE, but built by "Norton" for gas oven`s.
I would still double check with your model number with the part`s professional`s.
Hope that help`s. Let me know if I can assist you further and good luck.
Thank`s for visiting "fixya" for your repair needs.
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