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Old 01-16-2014, 08:41 PM   #1
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GE oven Clock Control Panel

The bake element of my GE oven (Model JSP26G0V1WH) apparently shorted and burned out and the display of the ECC (Electronic Clock Control) is now blank (no LED's lit). I replaced the bake element but the ECC is still blank and pressing the buttons does nothing. I know there is power to the appliance because all 4 stove-top elements operate normally.
I need some direction in trouble shooting this. Not sure if there are any fuses/breakers in the oven that I can check. Is it possible the ECC is fried?


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Old 01-16-2014, 10:40 PM   #2
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It is all solid state. The problem is, that once you replace one board, then you end up later on replacing the other board. Most of these boards run anywhere from $120-300, depending on the oven.

You can go to and enter you make & model of oven, and see what the parts will cost you.

After I had a second board go out on my Whirlpool range, after I replaced the first one, it was cheaper to just buy a whole new range, then keep letting it nickle and dime me to death.


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Thank you for your advice. I will probably do as you said and just get a new range.
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