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Old 01-16-2014, 08:41 PM   #1
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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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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 http://www.repairclinc.com 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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