GE Range/Oven Valve and Pressure Regulator #WB19K10044

GE Range/Oven Valve and Pressure Regulator #WB19K10044

This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the oven valve and pressure regulator on GE ranges. The most common reason for replacing the oven valve and pressure regulator is when the oven won’t heat, but the valve and pressure regulator is almost never at fault. Click here to purchase Part #WB19K10044: http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Oven-Valve-And-Pressure-Regulator/WB19K10044/1621563?TLSID=1873 Additional oven repair, troubleshooting tips, help finding your model number, and part replacement videos: http://www.repairclinic.com/RepairHelp/Range-Stove-Oven-Repair-Help?TLSID=1873 All of the information in this valve and pressure regulator replacement video is applicable to the following brands: GE, Hotpoint, Kenmore Tools used: multi-screwdriver, channel lock pliers, adjustable wrench Connect With Us! https://plus.google.com/+repairclinic https://www.facebook.com/RepairClinic https://www.twitter.com/RepairClinic http://pinterest.com/RepairClinic/ Join our free VIP email list for discounts and money-saving tips: http://tinyurl.com/pnnh3be Check out our blog: http://www.DIY.RepairClinic.com Don't forget to like and comment on this video, and subscribe to our channel!

GE Appliances Fit Guarantee -- Slide-in Range Install

GE Appliances Fit Guarantee -- Slide-in Range Install

For more information, visit http://www.geappliances.com/ge/range-stove/range-installation.htm. GE Appliance Slide-in ranges are guaranteed for an exact fit to make replacement easy.

Natural gas to LP conversion on Kitchen Oven

Natural gas to LP conversion on Kitchen Oven

Converting oven from natural gas to liquid propane??? Kitchen oven shooting flames??? You got Burnt cookies??? Service tech cost to much??? Let me show you How to make sure your OVEN is set up correctly. ***********Updated version**************** http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwHqt42H8Jc ********************************************* Natural Gas to LP Conversion Kitchen Oven. We needed a New Oven our old one was over 20 years old and was acting up pumping LP all through the house. Not Cool! So I had to covert the new Oven and figured I share my Trials and errors. hope this helps and Enjoy. Flames out the bottom of the oven!! Subscribe! If you want... To Stay tuned for more Adventures with BigJoe Kasulis From Kasulis Customs Shop and beyond... Don't forget to Rate and comment I appreciate it and as always thanks for watching!! *********************************************************** Audio artist: DJ DemonEyz track: Hard Hip Step ************************************************************** Feel free to contact me. Email BigJoe From KC Here bigjoediesel@gmail.com Check out KC wood shop here http://kasuliscustoms.webs.com Contact/find me here also https://plus.google.com/u/2/103829483194440148926/posts Have a great day!

No Clock on Range Display - controls set with Numbers

No Clock on Range Display - controls set with Numbers

How to set the clock on your range if your oven controls have a number pad. Learn more tips at http://www.geappliances.com.

GE Profile Oven Error Codes

GE Profile Oven Error Codes

I need assistance with GE Profile oven error codes. On a GE profile stove, the F153 error means there’s an open temperature sensor in a burner. First check the wiring for the sensor, then check the resistance of the sensor as around 1150 ohms, and if it isn’t, you may need to replace the sensor. The unit is an electric oven. GE profile ovens share most error codes with the units not named in a way to stand out. That doesn’t help me figure things out. F0, for example, is usually for a malfunctioning keypad. The hard part is all the advice to hit cancel or power cycle the oven to try to fix it, when the cancel or off button don’t work. Then you turn it off at the breaker before turning it back on. F1 is usually due to a problem with the control board. That’d be fixed by power cycling too. The issue is usually caused by a failed transistor in the control board, which means replacing it. F2 means the oven overheated. I’ve heard of it happening because dinner caught fire. It can occur when the oven gets over 590 degrees while baking, which can happen if the fan dies or heating element is stuck on. Or the temperature sensor failed. The F2 error can come up if the oven is over 930 degrees when the door is locked. You’d think the thermal fuse would blow before then. It blows about then, which would explain why the oven flashed F2 before dying. This is usually caused by a big electrical short or major fire in the oven or self-cleaning cycle burning things out instead. Then power cycling the oven and replacing the fuse is only a start. You can check the temperature sensor’s resistance, which should be between 1050 and 1150 ohms. If it isn’t, the problem is the temperature sensor. Or it might not be the temperature sensor. Sure, it is then a wiring fault or control board fault. Now we’re back to reboot and hope it works. The F3 error is for an intermittent sensor connection or open sensor circuit. You can reboot to see if that resolves it, or else replace sensors and wiring. What does F4 mean? That’s the error for a shorted sensor circuit. That could be the wiring or the sensor or the control board. Sensors are cheaper than control boards. F5 is the GE oven fault code for a failure in the control board. If rebooting doesn’t clear the error or it comes back, you need to replace the control board. That’s the same solution they tell you for the F8 eeprom data error message. What does F6 represent? Assuming you didn’t hold down the keys too long, it is the error for a shorted keypad. Whether you can replace the keypad instead of the control board and keypad, I don’t know. For something that complicated, I’m calling for service. F7 is the error for a shorted function key. You can try power cycling the oven or trying a different function before you start replacing parts. Then I'll feel less bad calling for service knowing I'm not paying two hundred dollars for someone to flip my breaker.

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