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F1 error and beeping. Don't bother getting GE out there. Cost me $90 to learn they don't make the clock. WOuld have been $500+ for the control panel anyway. Better off just buying a new one. Planned obsolescence I guess. I won't buy GE again.

GE JKP27... | Answered on Jul 08, 2018

Most of the installation manuals for GE appliances are available on their support page: http://www.geappliances.com/ge/service-and-support/literature.htm . I found several double wall oven models with the JKP27 designation. However, the G0J4BG does not fit as part of the model number. There should be 4 letters after JKP27 in the model number. These letters primarily indicate the color of the exterior. For the JKP27 models, the installation manual says that the cut-out should be 32 1/2" above the floor. The depth has to be 23 1/2". The cutout width should be between 25" and 25 1/4" (these are an absolute minimum and maximum). The cutout height should be between 27 5/8" and 28 1/8".

The direct link to installation manual for one of these ovens is here: http://products.geappliances.com/MarketingObjectRetrieval/Dispatcher?RequestType=PDF&Name=003675840.PDF . See page 6 for the cut-out dimensions.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

GE JKP27... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018

this is usually a thrmostat fault

GE JKP27... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018

Yes the probes can stick out from the back oven walls. They look like thin pencils about 6" long. They should NOT be loose. The probes are your temperature sensors. If they become damaged your oven may not work. The probes are generally high up on the wall and to one side...about an inch or so down from the top...and the same from the side. They should be horizontal and not bent at an angle. Some probes run along the side of the oven wall and do not protrude into the baking area. In general the probes (whatever type) should not really interfere with the baking zone

GE JKP27... | Answered on Oct 21, 2017

Honestly? Microwaves are not tremendously expensive, and they are dangerous if repaired improperly. You can get a service person to look at it, but I wouldn't unless they offered free estimates. If they can do it inexpensively, go that route. Otherwise replace the microwave. This is not a project for DIY if you have no experience in this area.

GE JKP27... | Answered on Sep 20, 2015

either bad igniter or bad oven safety valve check with multi meter. for continuity. beware that the igniter can check ok with multi meter but still fail manually as it may not put out enough current to run heat and ignite flame. u may also have a bad oven sensor? which turns off heat prematurely agin check with multi meter

GE JKP27... | Answered on Mar 11, 2015

It is a good chance that that button is bad on the keypad. the key pad will need to be replaced.

GE JKP27... | Answered on Mar 02, 2014

Use the following model number and go to Sears; JKP27GJ3. Expect to spend just under $100.

GE JKP27... | Answered on Oct 28, 2013

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