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GE Oven Temperature Sensor

Part Number – WB21X5301

This temperature sensor is located on the top back wall of the oven.  The sensor is used to regulate and measure the temperature in the oven.  If you have noticed your oven temperature is inaccurate or fluctuates by 50 degrees or more, the sensor is more than likely defective and should be replaced.  Be sure to use your model number to be certain that this is the correct part for your particular oven.   Always unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to the appliance before attempting to repair it.

GE Oven Temperature Control Thermostat

Part Number – WB20K8

This thermostat control is used to establish and maintain the temperature inside the oven.  Please remember to disconnect the electrical power source to the oven before making any repair procedures to your appliance.

General Electric Oven Broil Element

Part Number – WB44K10002

This broil element is located in top of the oven cavity and is used for broiling.  Quite often the element is used to help preheat an electric oven faster.  If your element has stopped working you will need to check for visual damage to it, such as burn marks, bubbling or blistering, burnt or melted terminal ends. This element can be tested for continuity using a digital or analog multi-meter.  Remember to unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to the appliance before attempting to repair it.  Safety note: Please keep in mind that just because a broiling element does not look hot, doesn’t mean that it isn’t hot, it can still burn you.  You will want to be sure to wear safety gloves while inspecting and troubleshooting any of your oven’s elements.  Please work safe!

GE Oven Igniter

Part Number – WB16K10035

This burner igniter does not come with the wire nuts.  Note:  The igniter connector may need to be cut off and spliced directly to the oven wires using porcelain wire nuts to secure the wires with.  To ensure that this is the correct part for your particular unit, we suggest using the model number on your appliance.  Please remember to disconnect the electricity to the unit before making this repair.

GE Oven Control Board

Part Number – WB27K10355

Gas oven electronic control board.

General Electric Oven Bake Element

Part Number – WB44X5043

This bake element uses screws to connect the terminal ends to the oven terminal.  The element is mounted in the bottom of the oven cavity and used to bake with.   Always unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to the appliance before attempting to repair it.

GE Gas Oven Valve Pressure Regulator

Part Number – WB19K10044

This part is a safety valve used on the gas oven.  The valve is used to prevent gas from leaking until the oven igniter gets hot enough to ignite the gas.  The pressure regulator automatically cuts the flow of gas off when a certain pressure is reached.  Please be sure to turn the gas off and disconnect the electricity to your appliance before installing this part.

GE Oven Glow bar Igniter

Part Number – WB13X25261

This igniter/glow bar is used in the oven to ignite the gas to broil.

GE Oven Broil Element

Part Number – WB44K5009

This oven broil element  is used in the top of the oven.  The element has (2) push on spade terminals and is 240V.  We suggest using your model number to be sure this is the correct part for your electric appliance.   Always unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to the oven before attempting to repair it.

General Electric Oven Bake Element

Part Number – WB44K5012

This bake element is located on the bottom of the oven. If you have noticed that your electric oven is not heating while you are trying to bake, the heating element may have burned out.  You can test the element for continuity using a multi-meter.  If the element has continuity you will need to test the element switch and the element terminal.  Please remember to always disconnect your appliance from its electrical source before doing any repair procedures on it.  Safety reminder: Please be sure that your oven has had plenty of time to cool down before testing or removing any internal or external parts.  Some range parts can hold residual heat for quite sometime and will still burn you long after your oven has been turned off.

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