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Manufacturer #: WB23T10015 /
Manufactured by: GE /
Fix #: FIX236398
Manufacturer #: WB23T10015 |
Manufactured by: GE |
Fix #: FIX236398
Removed Broiler and Oven Sensor, replaced Oven Sensor with new and reinstalled Broiler Element and Oven Sensor. Tested and return to service.
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Unscrew the the sensor from the inside of the oven (only 1 screw). I also removed the broiler screws for easier access but it isnt a necessary step. Remove 4 screws which attached the double oven to the cabinet. I put together a homemade stand for the oven to rest on while I pulled it out most of the way. Without this you will need two people to handle the weight. Remove 3-4 screws that hold the fan motor/wiring cover on the rear. You ll find the sensor plugged in with a simple clip at the top. Un-clip the bad sensor and pull it through from inside of the oven. Insert the new sensor wire through the same hole and plug in from the rear. Reassemble as you unassembled. I did not have to cut off power to replace the sensor, but it would be a good idea in case you come across (bad) exposed wires when you remove the rear panel.
Contrary to some of the advice given here this model oven is accessible only by removing a cover. Then to two screws holding the probe are accessible from inside the oven not from the rear. Removal/replacement is simple proceeds smoothly after that. It would have been easier had I removed the door, but I elected to leave the door on. Delivery of the part was on time and the installation easy. The new probe appears to solve the problem.
Remove wall oven. Remove 2 screws at top of oven holding Temp Sensor. Remove oven back plate. Disconnect sensor power supply. Pull sensor out through inside oven. Install new sensor is reverse of removing old sensor.
Shut power to oven. Removed oven from cabinet and placed on stool. Unscrewed old oven sensor from inside of oven and detached sensor cord from back of oven to remove sensor. Screwed new sensor on inside oven and then ran connection cord through the back of oven and out to be plugged in on rear of unit. Slid oven back into cabinet. Turned power back on to oven and tested the oven to make sure it heats up properly. Very easy installation and it saved us a fortune. Cookies came out just perfect!
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