Fixing A Broken Burner On A GE Oven
In a recent inspection, a Max Appliance Repair technician found that one of the burners on this GE oven wasn’t working properly. After careful diagnostics, the technician concluded that the issue was a deteriorated surface element. A GE oven’s surface element heats up when turned on, ensuring that food cooks evenly.
The technician quickly replaced the surface element with a new part provided by GE, after which it was verified that the burner was operating correctly.
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With a wide range of replacement parts and experienced technicians on staff, Max Appliance Repair can quickly identify the root cause of any problems with your oven. Whether it’s a broken surface element or a control board issue, Max Appliance Repair offers comprehensive solutions for every appliance. Contact us today or call us at (647) 477-0946 for quality service you can trust.
Some More Common Issues With GE Ovens
GE ovens are known for their quality and durability, but like any other appliances, they can still encounter common issues that may need troubleshooting or repairs. Here are 5 common issues with GE ovens:
One of the most common issues with GE ovens is inconsistent temperature. This may be due to a malfunctioning thermostat, a faulty heating element, or a broken temperature sensor.
Oven door not closing properly:
If the oven door is not closing properly, it may not heat up properly or may cause the oven to turn off unexpectedly. This can be due to a worn-out door hinge, a faulty latch, or a damaged gasket.
Igniters not sparking:
If the igniters on the stovetop are not sparking, it may be due to a faulty igniter switch, a damaged igniter, or a loose connection.
Display not working:
If the oven display is not working, it may be due to a faulty control board or a damaged wiring harness.
Door not unlocking:
If the oven door is not unlocking after the self-cleaning cycle, it may be due to a faulty door lock mechanism, a damaged control board, or a broken latch.
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Common Error Codes For GE Ovens
Here are some common error codes found in GE Ovens made after the year 2011
An F0 error code is an indication that there is a problem with the control board of the oven. This could be caused by a stuck keypad or by a faulty control board.
This error code indicates a problem with the oven’s temperature sensor. It may be caused by a faulty sensor or a wiring issue.
This error code indicates a problem with the oven’s temperature sensor or the oven’s control board. It may be caused by a faulty sensor or a malfunctioning control board.
This error code indicates a problem with the oven’s oven temperature sensor circuit. It may be caused by a wiring issue or a faulty temperature sensor.
This error code indicates a problem with the oven’s control board or the oven’s relay board. It may be caused by a faulty control board or a wiring issue.
Frequently Asked Questions About GE Oven Repair
Possible reasons include a faulty thermostat, a malfunctioning heating element, or a broken temperature sensor. To troubleshoot, first, check the thermostat for calibration and adjust it if needed. Next, test the heating elements for continuity and replace any damaged parts. Lastly, inspect the temperature sensor and ensure it’s functioning correctly.
Uneven heating can be caused by a damaged heating element, a faulty convection fan, or improper oven rack positioning. To diagnose the issue, first inspect the heating elements for any visible damage. Test the convection fan motor and replace it if needed. Lastly, ensure that oven racks are positioned correctly and that there’s proper airflow within the oven cavity.
First, verify that the door lock mechanism is functioning correctly. If the door isn’t securely locked, the self-cleaning cycle won’t start. Next, check the thermal fuse and replace it if it’s blown. Finally, examine the oven control board for any signs of damage or malfunction.
To replace a broken inner glass panel, first disconnect the power to the oven and remove the door. Disassemble the door by removing the screws and brackets, then carefully remove the damaged glass. Clean the area, insert the new glass panel, and reassemble the door.
To test the oven control board, you’ll need a multimeter. Disconnect the power to the oven and remove the control board. Check for any visible damage, and use the multimeter to test for continuity and proper voltage output. If the control board is faulty, it will need to be replaced.
First, inspect the broil element for any visible damage, and test it for continuity using a multimeter. If it’s faulty, replace the broil element. Next, examine the oven’s temperature sensor and ensure it’s functioning correctly. Finally, check the control board for any signs of malfunction.
Consult your oven’s user manual for instructions on calibrating the thermostat. Generally, this involves accessing the oven’s control panel settings and adjusting the temperature offset. Use an oven thermometer to verify the accuracy of the temperature settings after calibration.
First, inspect the door hinges for damage or wear, and replace them if necessary. Next, check the door gasket for damage or debris, and clean or replace it as needed. Finally, ensure that the door is properly aligned and seated on the hinges.