GE® Wall Oven model #JRP15WWWW.


GE® Wall Oven model #JRP15WWWW.

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https://products.geappliances.com/appliance/gea-specs/JRP15WWWW

 today my oven died. nothing works, not even the clock.
i had an aluminum engine inside, it touched the boiler element.
there must be a fuse?my oven worked great just ten minutes before, i had a pizza under broil.


 Reloadron said: 
That was your last post. Did you resolve the shock issue? Did you install the dual 240 Volt breaker and assuming you did then has it been tripped?
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never did anything ti fix the shock issue.
the breaker was tripped, i forgot to say. & i re-set it, but no luck.
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I would probably have a tech come out and look at this..you must have a direct short somewhere





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I would probably have a tech come out and look at this..you must have a direct short somewhere


the circuit board may be bad.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/GE-Electric-Single-Wall-Oven-Model-JTP15WOA-Main-Control-Board/233295889543?_trksid=p2485497.m4902.l9144
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The model# you listed for your range is not a good model.. I dont think there should be 3-WWW's in a row so I am not sure if that is the correct control board or not.





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here is my pic of my control board, showing label:
https://appliancerepairforum.com/uploads/images/b1fd929b-3554-4ae5-8b26-660c.jpg


this is my pic showing label with model #, which is #JRP17W:
https://appliancerepairforum.com/uploads/images/39c10f56-d68d-40a1-8a3b-8ae7.jpg
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The model data tag will also have the serial # as well as likely where the range was manufactured.. I checked those #s I could see in the pictures and was not able to cross reference anything.. this may help locate the model# https://www.appliancezone.com/locating-your-model-number/



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today i found the model #,
Inside the door on the front face.
https://www.geappliances.com/ge/find-model-serial-number/wall-ovens.htm

model #JRP15W0W4WW.
3.4
serial #MZ634952Q.
2.6
https://imgur.com/wUhJn8C
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Still nothing pulls up.. maybe just see if you can get the correct part # form Ge.. not sure what else I can help you with. It is possible the parts are mostly discontinued for your model







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