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GE Single built in Oven - 27" Model - JKP14WOP2WG

GE Single built in Oven - 27" Model - JKP14WOP2WG Oven does not heat in either bake or broil mode. Pulled both bake and broil elements, both tested with resistance within spec of your other articles. Both are still in good condition, terminals also in good condition. Measured voltage at both the bake and broil elements when their respective functions are turned on. Both only measured 55 volts. Pulled the thermostat out, but I don't know how to test it. Can you tell me if I can troubleshoot the thermostat, and or if I should just replace it. When the Bake or Broil is selected, you can hear the click, and the element wires are then given 55 volts. What do you recommend I do?

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  • MattFDavis Feb 24, 2011

    Yes, i do have a folt meter.
    What would you like me to do?

  • MattFDavis Feb 26, 2011

    Hello, any ideas on how I can troubleshoot this?

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Do you have a volt reader?

Posted on Feb 19, 2011

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  • Richard Hale
    Richard Hale Feb 24, 2011

    Hey there Matt. Just saw your post. Give me a minute to look at the oven specs.

  • Richard Hale
    Richard Hale Feb 24, 2011

    If equipped, check the oven door and make sure it is in the unlock position. You can also try unplugging it for 10 minutes and plugging it back up. It might work but I doubt it. I am waiting on these specs to download. Just a another minute or ywo.

  • Richard Hale
    Richard Hale Feb 24, 2011

    two, sorry.

  • Richard Hale
    Richard Hale Feb 24, 2011

    Are you there? I think you may have a bad fuse. Try replacing the fuse and see if that works. Also, when you do the plug in test, go ahead and reset your breaker. Let me know what happens. Hopefully it is the fuse. If not, might need the elements.

  • Richard Hale
    Richard Hale Feb 24, 2011

    Yea, 55 volts are not enough to heat the elements. So the elements are fine. The oven is a 240. It needs more then 55. So, you are not getting enough power.

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