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Old 06-03-2011, 02:46 PM
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The General Electric JKP15 Single Oven is a self-clean oven, with a capacity of 3.9 cubic feet. GE is one of the largest manufacturers of major appliances in the world, producing Monogram, GE Profile Performance, GE Profile, GE and Hotpoint brands as well as several private-label brands.

Key Features
Self Cleaning
With Self Cleaning
Oven Functionality Bake o Roast o Broil
Oven Type Single
Energy Source Electric
Microwave Function Without Microwave Function
Other Features
3.9 cu/ ft
Number of Racks
Cooling Fan
With Cooling Fan
Sabbath Mode With Sabbath Mode
Overall Depth 23.62 in.
Overall Height
29 in.
Overall Width 26.62 in.
1 Year

hgordon815's Full Review: Ge JTP56 Electric Double Oven
This review is mainly how I have avoided needing to buy a new oven, by fixing a recurrent problem, that is, an F7 error code.

When the F7 code cannot be cleared, the only function that works is the clock display - no keypad functionality - so you cannot turn on the oven. I have fixed this problem at least temporarily by turning off the breaker and removing the keypad and cleaning the ribbon cable contacts, put it back together, switch on the breaker and it works. Unfortunately, this is not a permanent fix - the problem does recur unpredictably. Just switching the breaker off and then on does not fix our oven.

According to the tech sheet inside the oven the F7 code is 'shorted matrix or start key' and could be due to a problems with the key panel or control. But, these parts are in the $150 to $200 price range, plus the cost of a service call.
Also, just noticed, that the tech sheet gives instructions on how to read error codes stored in eeprom memory, that is, push timer, clock, and '9' together. When displayed push '8' and '6' to clear (hold them until it clears).

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