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GE JTP30S0M1SS electric oven not going to the desired temp setting.

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Hi, Have a GE electric oven (JTP30S0M1SS) with electronic temp control. The temp will not go to the desired setting. Usually lower than desired temp by approx 25 degrees or more. Also can't get above 400 degrees F. Replaced the temp probe/sensor which helped for a week or so, then back to problems. Door seal looks ok. What do you recommend?

Hello, Thank you for using this service, I will be helping you with your problem today.

You say you adjusted the temp using the procedure is this how you did that?

Press the BAKE and BROIL HI/LO pads

at the same time for 2 seconds until the

display shows "SF".

Press the BAKE pad. A two digit

number shows in the display. Press the

BAKE pad once to increase (+) the

oven temp. or twice to decrease (-).

The oven temp. can be adjusted up to

(+) 35°F. hotter or (-) 35°F. cooler. Press

the number pads the same way you

read them. For example, to change the

over temperature 15°F., press 1 and 5.

When you have made the adjustment,

press the START pad to go back to the

time of day display.


Adjustments will not affect the

broiling or self-cleaning temperatures.

It will be retained in memory after a

power failure.

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

yes, that is the procedure I used. The procedure seems to change where the temp ends up, but does not result in the temp being close to what was asked for.


okay Bob, if you changed the probe (temp sensor ) then its the clock/control itself thats bad.part number. WB27T10911Oven Control Board WB27T10911 Main Product View you can get this at the following link.
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