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GE Consumer Service Training
TECHNICAL SERVICE GUIDE
1999 SPECTRA™ SERIES - FREE-STANDING
ELECTRIC RANGES W/ TRUETEMP
TM
MODEL SERIES:
JB960_B
JB940_B
JBP79_B
JBP78_B
JBP63_B
JBP64_B
JBP66_B
JBP60_B
JBP48_B
JBP35_B
JBP30_B
JBP26_B
JBP24_B
JBP21_B
JBP19_B
03/99
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
The information in this service guide is intended
for use by individuals possessing adequate
backgrounds of electrical, electronic and
mechanical experience. Any attempt to repair a
major appliance may result in personal injury and
property damage. The manufacturer or seller
cannot be responsible for the interpretation of this
information, nor can it assume any liability in
connection with its use.
CAUTION
To avoid personal injury while servicing this unit,
disconnect power before servicing. If grounding
wires, screws, straps, clips, nuts, or washers used
to complete a path to ground are removed for
service, they must be returned to their original
position and properly fastened.
Table of Contents
Features and Benefits
2-3
Cooktop Configuration
4
Model Series / Installation
5-8
Use and Care Information
9-12
Cooktop Light Replacement
13
Door Removal
13
Cooktop Removal
14
Bake Element Removal
15-17
18
Door Switch Removal
Oven Liner Removal
18-19
Control Console Access
20
Infinite Heat Controls
21
Thermal Limiter Switch
21
ERC Special Features
22-23
ERC Fault Code Memory Test
24-25
ERC On-board Diagnostic Tests
26-28
Door Latch Mechanism
28
TrueTemp™ Cooking
29
Schematic & Strip Circuits
30-33
Exploded Parts Views
34-37
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1999 SPECTRA™ series - Free Standing Electric Ranges w/ TrueTemp™
Pages 5 through 8 of this service guide show all of the models in the new series of Spectra™ ranges. This
service guide will focus primarily on the JB960, GE Profile Performance models listed on page 5. The JB960
models reflect most of the changes that are incorporated in the new series of electric ranges (Spectra™
series). This service guide will focus primarily on the NEW features introduced in the Spectra™ model series.
What this service guide will not cover is basic component servicing common to most of our previous year
models (component removal/installation and diagnostics).
The information in this service guide is intended for use by individuals possessing adequate backgrounds of
electrical, electronic and mechanical experience. All resistances listed in this guide are approximate resistances and will vary depending on the type and condition of the meter being used. All disassembly procedures should be performed with power removed from the unit.
GE Profile Performance Series™
JB960AB
• Almond on almond • Largest oven in America* • Selfcleaning convection oven with dedicated third, dual-loop
heating element • Super large 4.5 cu. ft. capacity oven
• CleanDesign oven interior • Right rear 6” element with
warming function • QuickSet V oven controls (see page
6, QuickSet V) • Two 7” ribbon heating elements with
connecting bridge element • One dual 6”/9” and one 6”
ribbon heating element • Easy-view hot lights • Onepiece upswept cooktop • Frameless glass oven door
with Sure Grip handle • Automatic self-clean oven latch
• Big View window • Fluorescent night light • Three
oven shelves - one off-set • Automatic meat thermometer
* Among leading manufacturers
+40
+30
+20
+10
Baking
Temp.
GE
Other
Manufacturers'
Average
TrueTemp
-10
-20
-30
-40
GE Convection ranges use the European or “true” convection system. The difference between “us and them”
is a third dual loop heating element that surrounds the
convection fan in the back wall of the oven. The convection fan at the rear of the oven, gently circulates
heated air evenly throughout the entire oven cavity, under and around the food. The moving air penetrates
foods faster than stationary air.
SmartLogic Electronic Control delivers more consistent oven temperatures for exceptional cooking results.
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Ten exclusives make it super versatile,
super accurate and easy-to-clean
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➎
➊
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Seamless backguard Design
Bridge element
Frameless glass oven door
TrueTemp™
5.
6.
7.
8.
5.0 cu. ft. oven capacity
Largest usable capacity
Six rack design
Six-Pass bake element
9. CleanDesign Interior
10. Largest broiler pan
With the largest, most accurate oven in america and a variety of cooktop elements, the
GE Spectra™ Range lets you cook exactly what you want to cook. And with CleanDesign,
cleanup has never been easier or faster!
Convenient New Warming Option
Keeps soups, sauces, breads and pancakes warm, or
melts butter and chocolate. Or use this new burner as
you would any other element.
Exclusive CleanDesign
As for cleanability, the CleanDesign oven interior* conceals the lower oven element under a porcelain-coated
steel surface. All you see and clean is a flat, smooth oven
surface.
* on select models
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FRONT
BURNER
OFF
CLEAR
OFF
HOT
COOKTOP
1
2
OFF
LARGE
BURNER
COOKING DELAY TOP
TIME START LIGHT
PROBE BAKE BROIL
OVEN
CLOCK KITCHEN
TIMER LIGHT
SELF CONVECTION CONVECTION
CLEAN BAKE ROAST
FRONT
SMALL
BURNER
OFF
TIME CONTROLS
TrueTemp
OVEN
OFF
BRIDGE
BURNER
COOKTOP CONFIGURATION
= LF Element Only
3
4
Convection
6
5
ON
7
8
9
OFF
0
START
Profile Performance
REAR
HOT
COOKTOP
FRONT
REAR
= LF Element + Center Bridge Element
RR
H S
2
4
= RF Inner Element Only
1500 W
= RF Inner & Outer Element
SINGLE
ELEMENT
LR
RF
SMALL
LOCATION
1000 W
2600 W
H S
2500 W
RF
LARGE
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LF
(Inner & Outer)
FRONT
BURNER
OFF
PROBE
BROIL
CONVECTION
CONVECTION
BAKE
ROAST
HI
I
8
1500 W
LF SINGLE
1800 W
LF BRIDGE
2600 W
LR
1800 W
TIME CONTROLS
LO
COOKING
TIME
DELAY
START
TOP
LIGHT
CLOCK
KITCHEN
TIMER
OVEN
LIGHT
ON
OFF
SMALL
BURNER
WM
6
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
START
4
2
6
4
4
CONTROL LOCKOUT
4
6
1
2
2
2
LO LO
H
HI
Convection
CLEAR
OFF
LARGE
BURNER
OFF
8
8
SELF
CLEAN
RR
I
BAKE
H
HI
TrueTemp
OVEN
BRIDGE
BURNER
2500 W
(LF + CENTER)
DUAL
ELEMENT
BRIDGE SURFACE
ELEMENT ASSY.
1000 W
RF LARGE
(BOTH ELEMENTS)
2
1800 W
WATTAGE
RF SMALL
6
1800 W
8
BRIDGE
REAR
FRONT
LO
WM
REAR
LO
2
FRONT
ERC V (QUICKSET V) - WITH CAPACITANCE TOUCH CONTROLS
L2
VOLTAGE
SENSITIVE P
CONTROL
(DUAL)
5
N
L2
4
P L1 L2
TOP
2
L1
3
GRND
TOP
H2
H1
H1
VOLTAGE
SENSITIVE
CONTROL
CURRENT
SENSITIVE
CONTROL
H1
P
H2
H2
L1 L2
VOLTAGE
SENSITIVE P
CONTROL
(DUAL)
5
N
4
H2
TOP
2
L1
3
GRND
H1
30" FREE-STANDING CLEANDESIGN ELECTRIC RANGES
GE Profile Performance Series™
GE Profile™
GE
JB970SB
JB960WB
JB960AB
JB960BB
JB940WB
JB940AB
JB940BB
JBP79WB
JBP79AB
JBP79BB
JBP78WB
JBP78AB
JBP78BB
JBP66WB
JBP66AB
JBP66BB
Convection
Auto
3.7
Convection
Auto
4.5
Convection
Auto
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5.0
3.7
3.7
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3 (1 off-set)
White
Almond
Black
3 (1 off-set)
White
Almond
Black
2
White
Almond
Black
2
White
Almond
Black
2
White
Almond
Black
2
2
1
Black
Black
Black
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2 Ribbon
(2000 watt)
2 Ribbon
(2000 watt)
2 Ribbon
(2000 watt)
2 Ribbon
(2000 watt)
2 Ribbon
(1500 watt)
2 Ribbon
(1500 watt)
2 Ribbon
(1500 watt)
2 Ribbon
(1500 watt)
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JBP64BB
JBP63BB
JBP60BB
Features
Self-cleaning oven
Self-clean latch
Oven capacity (cu. ft.)
CleanDesign Oven Interior (hidden bake)
Oven shelves
Patterned glass-ceramic cooktop
One-piece upswept cooktop
Dual 6"/9" heating element
8" heating elements
7" heating element
Bridge element
Total wattage
6" heating elements
Warming option
Warming zone
Infinite heat controls
TrueTemp™ System
SmartLogic™ controls
Six-pass power bake element
Convection Bake
Convection Roast
Convenience Controls
QuickSet oven controls
Digital temperature display
Oven function icons
Glass touch controls
Digipad numeric entry
Convection conversion
Delay bake
Oven light pad
Control lock capability
Start pad
Self-clean cool-down time display
Auto self-clean
Delay clean option
Auto oven shut-off
Audible preheat signal
Dual element bake
Automatic meat thermometer
Hot surface lights
Oven “ON” light
Self-clean cycle light
Interior oven light
Full-width fluorescent cooktop night light
Storage drawer
Broiler pan/grid
Roasting rack
3 (1 off-set)
Black
1 Ribbon
1 Ribbon
1 Ribbon
1 Ribbon
1 Ribbon
(1000/2500 watt) (1000/2500 watt) (1000/2500 watt) (1000/2500 watt) (1000/2500 watt)
1 Ribbon
1 Ribbon
1 Ribbon
(2000 watt)
(2000 watt)
(2000 watt)
2 Ribbon
2 Ribbon
(1800 watt)
(1800 watt)
1 (800 watt)
1 (800 watt)
4400
4400
1 Ribbon
1 Ribbon
2 Ribbon
2 Ribbon
2 Ribbon
(1500 watt)
(1500 watt)
(1500 watt)
(1500 watt)
(1500 watt)
(75 watt)
(75 watt)
(75 watt)
(75 watt)
1 (120 watt)
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QuickSet V
QuickSet V
QuickSet V
QuickSet IV
QuickSet III
QuickSet III
QuickSet II
QuickSet II
QuickSet I
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Auto/Pad
Auto/Pad
Auto/Pad
Auto/Pad
Switch
Switch
Switch
Switch
Switch
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Stainless steel
White
Almond
Black
White
Almond
Black
White
Almond
Black
White
Almond
Black
White
Almond
CM*
CM*
CM*
CM*
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WW
AA
BB
White
Almond
Black
Big View
Sure Grip
WW
AA
BB
White
Almond
Black
Big View
Sure Grip
WW
AA
BB
White
Almond
Black
Big View
WW
AA
WH/AD
White
Almond
Black
WH/AD
WH/AD
WH
Black
Black
Black
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Tubular
WW
AA
BB
White
Almond
Black
Big View
Sure Grip
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Appearance
Color appearance*
Frameless glass oven door
Oven door with window
Designer-style handle
Easy Level System
SS
Stainless steel
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Weights & Dimensions
Overall oven interior dimensions
(WxHxD in inches)
Approx. ship. wt. (lbs.)
22-3/4 x 15-7/8
x 15-7/8
194
206
206
198
198
175
174
165
165
11.9
8.9
12.4
9.3
11.5
8.6
11.0
8.3
11.0
8.3
10.5
7.9
10.5
7.9
10.5
7.9
10.5
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24-1/4 x 19 x 17
23 x 16
x 17-3/4
24-1/4 x 19 x 19
Power/Ratings
KW rating @ 240V
208V
Accessories
Cooktop cleaning creme and scraper
*SS = Stainless steel, BB = Black on black, WW = White on white, AA = Almond on almond, WH = White, AD = Almond, CM = Color-Matched indicates color of drawer matches range cooktop (either white or almond).
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INSTALLATION/SPECIFICATIONS FOR 30" FREE-STANDING CLEANDESIGN ELECTRIC RANGES
Dimensions and Installation Information (in inches)
Warranty Information
Full one-year warranty (parts and labor at no additional charge)
applies to the entire range. Additional limited four-year warranty
on glass-ceramic cooktop (parts only). See written warranty for
complete details.
30
2-1/2
Cabinet Dimensions (in inches)
25
2-1/2
Acceptable electrical
outlet area
A
7-1/2
B
Preferred electrical
outlet area
Roughed-in dimensions
C*
D
Model
A
B
C*
D
JB970SB
30
48-1/4
26-5/8
45-1/8
JB960WB/AB/BB
29-7/8
46-1/2
25-3/8
47-5/8
JB940WB/AB/BB
29-7/8
46-1/2
25-3/8
47-5/8
JBP79WB/AB/BB
29-7/8
46-1/2
25-3/8
47-5/8
JBP78WB/AB/BB
29-7/8
44-7/16
25-3/8
47-5/8
JBP66WB/AB/BB
29-7/8
44-7/16
25-3/8
47-5/8
JBP64BB
29-7/8
44-7/16
25-3/8
47-5/8
JBP63BB
29-7/8
44-1/2
25-7/16
46-1/8
JBP60BB
29-7/8
44-1/2
25-7/16
46-1/8
*Dimension from wall to front of closed oven door handle is
28-7/8" on model JB970; 27-3/8" on models JB960/940, JBP79;
27-3/4" on models JBP78/66/64; and 27-1/2" on model JBP63/60.
Note: Conforms to U.L. requirements for 0” spacing for adjacent walls
below countertops. To reduce possibility of scorching of walls, it is
recommended a minimum of 1-1/2” spacing be allowed from adjacent
side walls to allow for possible extended, high-heat, no-load heating
element operation.
Installation Information:
Before installing, consult installation instructions packed with range
for current dimensional data.
Receptacle Locations: For 30” Free-Standing Ranges locally approved
flexible service cord or conduit must be used because terminals are not
accessible after range installation. See shaded area drawing for location
of electrical outlet box. Recommended outlet locations allow range to
be installed directly against wall.
All GE ranges are equipped
with an Anti-Tip device. The
installation of this device is an
important, required step in the
installation of the range.
QUICKSET I
• Auto self-clean • 2-step self-clean • Preheated oven light • Dual element
bake • Quick turn oven control • Platinum-tipped electronic oven sensor
QUICKSET II
Same as QuickSet I, plus:
• Digital temperature display with recall • Electronic digital clock • Electronic
reminder timer, up to 12 hours • Audible Preheat signal • 12 hour automatic
oven shut-off • Self-clean countdown digital display, includes cook down
QUICKSET III
Same as QuickSet II, plus:
• Automatic oven control • Delay Bake • Delay Self-Clean • Adjustable selfclean cycle time
QUICKSET IV
Same as QuickSet III, plus:
• Automatic self-clean • All touchpad control • Large digital temperature
display • Variable broil
QUICKSET V
Same as QuickSet IV, plus:
• Convection bake/roast • Temperature probe • Extra-large graphics and
extra-large touchpads • Digital glass capacitance touch control (0-9) entry
• Oven function icons
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30" FREE-STANDING QUICKCLEAN™ SELF-CLEAN ELECTRIC RANGES
Dimensions and Installation Information
(in inches)
GE Profile™ GE
JBP48WB
JBP48AB
JBP48BB
JBP35BB
JBP30WB
JBP30AB
JBP30BB
JBP26WB
JBP26AB
JBP26BB
JBP24BB
JBP21WB
JBP21BB
JBP19BB
Self-Clean
5.0
2
Self-Clean
5.0
2
Self-Clean
5.0
2
Self-Clean
5.0
2
Self-Clean
5.0
2
Self-Clean
3.7
2
Self-Clean
3.7
1
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2 (6 turns)
2 (5 turns)
2 (6 turns)
2 (5 turns)
2 (6 turns)
2 (5 turns)
2 (5 turns)
2 (4 turns)
2 (5 turns)
2 (4 turns)
2 (5 turns)
2 (4 turns)
1 (5 turns)
3 (4 turns)
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Deluxe
Grey
Black
Black
Deluxe
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Black
Deluxe
Grey
Black
Black
Chrome
Chrome
Chrome
Chrome
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QuickSet IV
QuickSet III
QuickSet III
QuickSet III
QuickSet II
QuickSet II
QuickSet I
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w/override
w/override
w/override
w/override
w/override
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Auto/Switch
in display
White
Almond
Black
Switch
Switch
Switch
Switch
Switch
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30
2-1/2
Features
Oven cleaning
Oven capacity (cu. ft.)
Oven shelves
Upswept porcelain-enameled
cooktop
Clean-Well™ Cooktop System
Lift-up cooktop w/dual support rods
8" heating elements
6" heating elements
Warming option
Infinite heat controls
Plug-in Calrod ® heating elements
Removable 1-piece drip bowls
TrueTemp™ System
SmartLogic™ controls
Six-pass power bake element
Convenience controls
QuickSet oven controls
Digital temperature display
Electronic oven controls
Auto oven shut-off
Control lock capability
Start pad
Delay clean option
Auto self-clean
Self-clean cool down display
Audible preheat signal
Clock and minute timer
Dual element bake
Heating element “ON” indicator light
Interior oven light
Preheated oven light
Removable full-width
storage drawer
Broiler pan with grid
25
Frameless oven door*
Oven door with window
Lift-off oven door
Designer-style handle
Easy Level System
Textured steel side panels
Cabinet Dimensions (in inches)
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w/override
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CM*
White
Almond
CM*
White
Almond
CM*
CM*
White
CM*
White
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WW
AA
WH/AD
WG
AG
BG
WW
AA
WH/AD
WG
AG
BG
WH/AD
WW
WH/AD
WH
BG
WG
BG
BG
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WW
AA
BB
WG
AG
BG
Big View
BG
Big View
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Sure Grip
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176
173
170
172
170
144
141
11.7
8.8
11.7
8.8
11.7
8.8
11.7
8.8
11.7
8.8
10.8
8.1
9.7
7.3
WH/AD
Preferred electrical
outlet area
Roughed-in dimensions
D
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24-1/4 x 19 x 19
23 x 16 x 17-3/4
Power/Ratings
KW rating @ 240V
208V
7-1/2
B
C*
Weights & Dimensions
Overall oven interior dimensions
(WxHxD in inches)
Approx. shipping weight (lbs.)
A
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Appearance
Color appearance*
2-1/2
Acceptable electrical
outlet area
*WW = White on white, AA = Almond on almond, BB = Black on black, WH = White, AD = Almond, CM = Color-Matched indicates color of oven door or
storage drawer matches range cooktop (either white or almond),
WG = White Glass, AG = Almond Glass, BG = Black Glass.
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Model
A
B
C*
D
JBP48WB/AB/BB
29-7/8
44-7/16
25-3/8
47-5/8
JBP35BB
29-7/8
44-7/16
25-3/8
47-5/8
JBP30WB/AB/BB
29-7/8
44-7/16
25-3/8
47-5/8
JBP26WB/AB/BB
29-7/8
44-7/16
25-3/8
47-5/8
JBP24BB
29-7/8
44-7/16
25-3/8
47-5/8
JBP21WB/BB
29-7/8
45-1/8
25-7/16
46-1/8
JBP19BB
29-7/8
45-1/8
25-7/16
46-1/8
*Dimension from wall to front of closed oven door handle is
27-3/8" on model JBP48; 27-3/4" on models JBP35/30/26/24;
27-1/2" on models JBP21/19, JBS27 and JBS03V; and 27-1/8"
on models JBS26/07/05/03GV.
Warranty Information
Full one-year warranty (parts and labor at no additional charge)
applies to the entire range.
Note: 30" ranges conform to U.L. requirements for 0" spacing
from adjacent walls below countertops. To reduce possible
scorching of walls, engineering recommends a minimum of
1-1/2" spacing to allow for possible extended, high heat, no-load
heating element operation.
Receptacle Locations:
Locally approved flexible service cord or conduit must be used
because terminals are not accessible after range installation.
See shaded area in drawing for location of electrical outlet box.
Recommended outlet locations allow range to be installed
directly against wall.
Installation Information: Before installing, consult installation
instructions packed with product for current dimensional data.
All GE ranges are equipped
with an Anti-Tip device. The
installation of this device is an
important, required step in the
installation of the range.
30" FREE-STANDING QUICKCLEAN™ STANDARD CLEAN ELECTRIC RANGES
Dimensions and Installation Information
(in inches)
GE
JBS27WY
JBS27AY
JBS27BY
JBS26W
JBS23BB
JBS07V
JBS03GV
JBS03V
JBS05Y
JBS02BB
30
2-1/2
Features
Oven cleaning
Oven capacity (cu. ft.)
Oven shelves
Upswept porcelain-enameled
cooktop
Clean-Well™ Cooktop System
Lift-up cooktop w/dual support rods
8" heating elements
6" heating elements
Infinite heat controls
Plug-in Calrod ® heating elements
Removable 1-piece drip bowls
Clock and minute timer
Dual element bake
Heating element “ON” indicator light
Interior oven light
Removable full-width
storage drawer
Broiler pan with grid
Standard
3.7
2
Standard
3.7
2
Standard
3.7
2
Standard
3.5
2
Standard
3.7
2
Standard
3.7
2
Standard
3.7
1
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2 (6 turns)
2 (5 turns)
1 (6 turns)
3 (5 turns)
2 (6 turns)
2 (5 turns)
1 (6 turns)
3 (5 turns)
1 (6 turns)
3 (5 turns)
1 (6 turns)
3 (5 turns)
1 (6 turns)
3 (5 turns)
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Chrome
Chrome
Chrome
Chrome
Chrome
Chrome
Chrome
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25
A
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Switch
White
Almond
CM*
Switch
Switch
Switch
Auto/Switch
CM*
CM*
White
CM*
CM*
CM*
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7-1/2
B
Preferred electrical
outlet area
Roughed-in dimensions
C*
D
Appearance
Color appearance*
Frameless oven door*
Oven door with window
Lift-off oven door
2-1/2
Acceptable electrical
outlet area
Cabinet Dimensions (in inches)
WW
AA
WH/AD
WG
AG
BG
WH/AD
WH/AD
WW
WH/AD
WH/AD
WH
BG
CM
BG
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BG
White
CM
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Model
A
B
C*
D
JBS27WY/AY/BY
29-7/8
45-1/8
25-7/16
46-1/8
JBS26W
29-7/8
45-1/8
25-5/16
46-3/8
JBS23BB
JBS07V
29-7/8
45-1/8
25-5/16
46-3/8
JBS05Y
29-7/8
44-5/8
25-5/16
45-1/2
JBS03GV
29-7/8
45-1/8
25-5/16
46-1/8
JBS03V
29-7/8
45-1/8
25-5/16
46-3/8
JBS02BB
*Dimension from wall to front of closed oven door handle is
27-3/8" on model JBP48; 27-3/4" on models JBP35/30/26/24;
27-1/2" on models JBP21/19, JBS27 and JBS03V; and 27-1/8"
on models JBS26/07/05/03GV.
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Designer-style handle
Easy Level System
Textured steel side panels
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Visor
Visor
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Visor
Visor
Visor
Visor
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23 x 16 x
17-3/4
23 x 16 x
17-7/8
22-3/4 x
15-3/4 x 17
23 x 16 x
17-3/4
146
141
153
23 x 16 x
17-7/8
141
139
Weights & Dimensions
Overall oven interior dimensions
(WxHxD in inches)
23 x 16 x 17-7/8
Approx. shipping weight (lbs.)
141
144
141
All GE ranges are equipped
with an Anti-Tip device. The
installation of this device is an
important, required step in the
installation of the range.
Power/Ratings
KW rating @ 240V
10.9
9.8
10.4
9.8
9.3
9.8
9.8
208V
8.4
7.4
8.4
7.4
6.9
7.4
7.6
*WW = White on white, AA = Almond on almond, BB = Black on black, WH = White, AD = Almond, CM = Color-Matched indicates color of oven door or
storage drawer matches range cooktop (either white or almond),
WG = White Glass, AG = Almond Glass, BG = Black Glass.
40" ELECTRIC RANGES
Warranty Information
GE
JCP67Y
JCS57Y
Full one-year warranty (parts and labor at no additional charge) applies to
the entire range. See written warranty for complete details.
Features
Oven cleaning
Oven shelves
8" heating elements
6" heating elements
Removable drip bowls
Clock and minute timer
Automatic oven timer
Heating element “ON” indicator light
Interior oven light
Full-width fluorescent
cooktop night light
Oven cycling light
Storage drawer
Broiler pan with grid
Master Oven—Self-Clean
Companion Oven—Standard
Master Oven—2
Companion Oven—1
2
2
One-Piece Chrome
Electronic
Master
Standard
40" Range Dimensions and Installation Information (in inches)
Master Oven—2
2
2
One-Piece Chrome
Electronic
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44-1/8**
40-1/8
Top View
40-1/8
4
47-1/4
18-1/2
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Master Oven—1
Companion Oven—1
Master Oven—1
27-3/8*
Appearance
Color appearance*
Oven door with window
Lift-off oven door
WW
Master Oven
Master
WW
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*Dimension from wall to front of closed oven door handle.
**Includes required 4" door swing allowance for side-hinged
oven or storage compartment door.
Weights & Dimensions
Overall oven interior dimensions
(WxHxD in inches)
Approx. shipping weight (lbs.)
C
L of range
Master Oven—
22-5/8 x 15-7/8 x 18-1/8
Companion Oven—
9-9/16 x 16 x 19-1/2
224
22-5/8 x 15-7/8 x 18-1/8
197
14.2
10.7
12.6
9.5
20
10
Power/Ratings
KW rating @ 240V
208V
*WW = White on white.
10
Wall
7" MAX.
Floor
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Locate outlet
in shaded area.
Wall mount only.
Receptacle Locations: For all 40" Free-Standing
Ranges locally approved flexible service cord or
conduit must be used because terminals are not
accessible after range installation. See shaded
area in drawing for location of electrical outlet
box. Recommended outlet locations allow range
to be installed directly against rear wall.
Using the convection oven.
The convection oven fan shuts off when the oven door is opened.
DO NOT leave the door open for long periods of time while using convection
cooking or you may shorten the life of the convection heating element.
To help you understand the difference between
convection bake and roast and traditional bake and
roast, here are some general guidelines.
Convection Bake
In a convection oven, a fan circulates
hot air over, under and around the
food. This circulating hot air is evenly
distributed throughout the oven cavity.
As a result, foods are evenly cooked
and browned—often in less time with
convection heat.
■ Ideal for evenly browned baked foods cooked on all 3 shelves.
■ Good for large quantities of baked foods.
■ Good results with cookies, biscuits, muffins, brownies, cupcakes,
cream puffs, sweet rolls, angel food cake and bread.
Heat comes from the heating element in the rear of the
oven. The convection fan circulates the heated air
evenly, over and around the food. Preheating is not
necessary with foods having a bake time of over 15
minutes.
Convection Roast
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■ Good for large tender cuts of meat, uncovered.
Heat comes from the top heating element. The
convection fan circulates the heated air evenly over and
around the food. Meat and poultry are browned on all
sides as if they were cooked on a rotisserie. Using the
roasting rack provided, heated air will be circulated
over, under and around the food being roasted. The
heated air seals in juices quickly for a moist and tender
product while, at the same time, creating a rich golden
brown exterior.
Roasts or poultry should be cooked on the lowest
shelf position (A) on a shelf.
When you are convection roasting it is important that
you use the broiler pan and grid and the special roasting
rack for best convection roasting results. The pan is used
to catch grease spills and the grid is used to prevent
grease spatters. Place the meat on the special roasting
rack. The rack holds the meat. The rack allows the
heated air to circulate under the meat and increase
browning on the underside of the meat or poultry.
■ Place the shelf in the lowest shelf position (A).
■ Place the grid on the broiler pan and put the roasting
rack over them making sure the posts on the roasting
rack fit into the holes in the broiler pan.
Adapting Recipes…
You can use your favorite recipes in the convection oven. Recipe
conversion is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1 When baking, reduce baking temperature by 25˚ F.
2 No need to preheat when cooking longer than 15 minutes.
■ For more information on adapting recipes, see the
Convection Cookbook.
■ Use pan size recommended.
■ Some package instructions for frozen casseroles or main
dishes have been developed using commercial convection
ovens. For best results in this oven, preheat the oven and
use the temperature on the package.
Cookware for Convection Cooking
Before using your convection oven, check to see if your cookware
leaves room for air circulation in the oven. If you are baking with
several pans, leave space between them. Also, be sure the pans do
not touch each other or the walls of the oven.
Paper and Plastic
Heat-resistant paper and plastic containers that are recommended
for use in regular ovens can be used in convection ovens.
Plastic cookware that is heat-resistant to temperatures of 400˚ F.
can also be used.
Metal and Glass
Any type of cookware will work in your convection oven.
However, metal pans heat the fastest and are recommended
for convection baking.
■ Darkened or matte-finished pans will bake faster than shiny pans.
■ Glass or ceramic pans cook more slowly.
When baking cookies, you will get the best results if you use a flat
cookie sheet instead of a pan with low sides.
For recipes like oven-baked chicken, use a pan with low sides. Hot
air cannot circulate well around food in a pan with high sides.
Using the convection oven.
How to Set the Oven for Convection Roasting
when Using the Probe
How to Set the Oven for Convection
Baking or Roasting
Press the CONVECTION BAKE or CONVECTION
1 ROAST
pad.
2
START
CLEAR
OFF
Press the number pads to set the desired
oven temperature.
Do not lock the oven door with the latch during convection roasting.
The latch is used for self-cleaning only.
For best results when roasting large
turkeys and roasts, we recommend
using the probe included in the
convection oven.
3 Press the START pad.
the shelf in the lowest position (A). Insert the
1 Place
probe into the meat.
the probe into the outlet on the oven wall. Make
2 Plug
sure it is pushed all the way in. Close the oven door.
3 Touch the CONVECTION ROAST pad.
the number pads to set the desired internal
4 Touch
probe temperature.
5 Touch the PROBE pad.
the number pads to set the desired internal
6 Touch
food temperature.
7 Touch the START pad.
To change the oven temperature, press the CONVECTION
BAKE or CONVECTION ROAST pad and then the number
pads to set the new temperature.
When the oven starts to heat the changing temperature,
starting at 100˚ F., will be displayed. When the oven
reaches the temperature you set, 3 beeps will sound.
4 Press the CLEAR/OFF pad when finished.
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NOTE:
■ You will hear a fan while cooking with convection. The fan will
stop when the door is opened but the heat will not turn off.
■ You may hear the oven clicking during baking. This is normal.
START
Multi-Shelf Baking
Because heated air is circulated evenly through out
the oven, foods can be baked with excellent results
using multiple shelves.
When convection baking with only
1 shelf, follow the shelf positions
recommended in the Using the
oven section.
Multi-shelf baking may increase cook times slightly
for some foods but the overall result is time saved.
Cookies, muffins, biscuits, and other quick breads
give very good results with multi-shelf baking.
When baking on 3 shelves, place one shelf in the
bottom (B), one on the 4th (D) position and the
offset shelf in the 6th (F) position.
The display will flash PROBE and the oven control will
signal if the probe is inserted into the outlet, and you
have not set a probe temperature and pressed the
START pad.
CLEAR
OFF
To change the oven temperature
during the Convection Roast cycle,
press the CONVECTION ROAST pad
and then press the number pads to
set the new desired temperature.
When the oven starts to heat, the word LO will show
in the display. After the internal temperature of the
food reaches 100˚ F., the changing internal temperature will show in the display.
the internal temperature of the food reaches
8 When
the number you have set, the probe and the oven
turn off and the oven control signals. To stop the
signal, press the CLEAR/OFF pad. Use hot pads to
remove the probe from the food. Do not use tongs
to pull on it—they might damage it.
CAUTION: To prevent possible burns, do not unplug the probe from
the oven outlet until the oven has cooled. Do not store probe in oven
NOTE:
■ If the probe is removed from the food before the final
temperature is reached, a tone will sound and the display
will flash until the probe is removed from the oven.
■ You will hear a fan while cooking with this feature. The fan will
stop when the door is opened but the heat will not turn off.
■ You can use the timer even though you cannot use
timed oven operations while using the probe.
Convection roasting guide.
Using Convection Conversion
By using the Convection Conversion feature you can automatically
convert the oven temperature from regular baking to Convection
Bake temperatures.
Convection Roasting Guide
Meats
Beef
To convert the oven temperature for convection baking,
follow the steps below.
START
2
CLEAR
OFF
3 The display shows the converted (reduced)
Internal Temp.
140˚F.
160˚F.
170˚F.
140˚F.
160˚F.
170˚F.
140˚F.
160˚F.
170˚F.
170˚F.
170˚F.
170˚F.
170˚F.
170˚F.
140˚F.
140˚F.
140˚F.
160˚F.
170˚F.
160˚F.
170˚F.
Fish, whole (3 to 5 lbs.)
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
300˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
325˚F.
400˚F.
Lobster Tails (6 to 8 oz. each)
Whole Chicken (2½ to 3½ lbs.)
Cornish Hens Unstuffed (1 to 1½ lbs.)
Cornish Hens Stuffed (1 to 1½ lbs.)
20–25 total
24–26
50–55 total
55–60 total
350˚F.
350˚F.
350˚F.
350˚F.
180˚–185˚F.
180˚–185˚F.
180˚–185˚F.
Duckling (4 to 5 lbs.)
24–26
325˚F.
180˚–185˚F.
Turkey, whole*
Unstuffed (10 to 16 lbs.)
Unstuffed (18 to 24 lbs.)
8–11
7–10
325˚F.
325˚F.
180˚–185˚F.
180˚–185˚F.
Turkey Breast (4 to 6 lbs.)
16–19
325˚F.
170˚F.
Beef Tenderloin
Pork
Pot Roast (2½ to 3 lbs.) chuck, rump
Bone-in (3 to 5 lbs.)
Boneless (3 to 5 lbs.)
Pork Chops (1/2 to 1″ thick)
Press the START pad.
temperature. For example, if you entered a recipe
temperature of 350˚ F., the display will show 325˚ F.
when it is converted.
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Oven Temp.
20–24
24–28
28–32
20–24
24–28
28–32
10–14
14–18
35–45
23–27
23–27
30–35 total
35–40 total
40–45 total
14–18
14–18
14–18
17–20
20–24
17–20
20–24
30–40 total
Boneless Rib, Top Sirloin
and hold the CONVECTION BAKE pad for
1 4Press
to 5 seconds.
Using the number pads enter the temperature
recommended in the recipe.
Minutes/Lb.
Rib (3 to 5 lbs.)
4 Press the CLEAR/OFF pad when baking is finished.
NOTE: Conversion must be set each time you want to use it. It is
not held in memory.
Ham
Lamb
Canned (3 lbs. fully cooked)
Butt (5 lbs. fully cooked)
Shank (5 lbs. fully cooked)
Bone-in (3 to 5 lbs.)
Boneless (3 to 5 lbs.)
Seafood
Poultry
Rare†
Medium
Well
Rare†
Medium
Well
Rare†
Medium
2 chops
4 chops
6 chops
Medium
Well
Medium
Well
* Stuffed birds generally require 30-45 minutes additional roasting time. Shield legs and breast with
foil to prevent over-browning and drying of skin.
† The U.S. Department of Agriculture says "Rare beef is popular, but you should know that cooking it
to 140˚ F. means some food poisoning organisms may survive." (Source: Safe Food Book. Your
Kitchen Guide. USDA Rev. June 1985.)
Using the self-cleaning oven.
Cleaning the glass cooktop.
The oven door must be closed and all controls set correctly for the cycle to work properly.
Clean the glass surface with cleaning cream before you use the cooktop for the first time. Also, clean
the glass surface after each use. This helps protect the top and makes clean-up easier.
Before a Clean Cycle
We recommend venting your kitchen
with an open window or using a
ventilation fan or hood during the first
self-clean cycle.
Remove the shelves, broiler pan, broiler
grid, probe, all cookware and any
aluminum foil from the oven.
Wipe up heavy soil on the oven
bottom.
The oven shelves and convection roasting
rack can be self-cleaned, but they will
darken, lose their luster and become
hard to slide.
Soil on the front frame of the range and
outside the gasket on the door will need
to be cleaned by hand. Clean these areas
with hot water, soap-filled steel-wool pads
or cleansers such a Soft Scrub®
. Rinse well
with clean water and dry.
Do not clean the gasket. The fiberglass
material of the oven door gasket cannot
withstand abrasion. It is essential for the
gasket to remain intact. If you notice it
becoming worn or frayed, replace it.
To clean the cooktop seal around the edge of the glass, let a wet cloth rest on it for a few minutes, then wipe clean.
Use a mild detergent if needed.
Do not use a knife or any sharp object on the seal because it will cut or damage it.
Normal Cleaning
Use only a recommended cleaning cream,
such as Cerama Brite or another cooktop
cleaning cream, on the glass cooktop.
Wipe up any heavy spillovers on the oven
bottom.
Make sure the oven light bulb cover is in
place and the oven light is off.
To maintain and protect the surface of
your new glass cooktop follow these steps.
IMPORTANT: The health of some birds is
extremely sensitive to the fumes given off
during the self-cleaning cycle of any
range. Move birds to another well
ventilated room.
Before you use the cooktop for the
first time, clean it with cleaning
cream. This helps protect the top
and makes clean-up easier.
Apply a few drops of the cleaning
cream to the (cool) soiled area.
How to Set the Oven for Cleaning
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Using the number pads, enter the
desired clean time, if a time other
than 4 hours, 30 minutes is needed.
Clean cycle time is normally 4 hours, 30
minutes. You can change the clean time
to any time between 3 hours and 5 hours,
depending on how dirty your oven is.
Touch the START pad.
The door locks automatically. The display
will show the clean time remaining. It will
not be possible to open the oven door
until the temperature drops below the
lock temperature and the LOCKED DOOR
light goes off.
Rub a few drops (less is better) of the
cleaning cream onto soiled area
using a damp paper towel. Buff with
a dry paper towel until all soil and
cream are removed.
For Heavy, Burned-On Soil…
Allow the cooktop to cool.
Touch the SELF CLEAN pad.
Clean the surface with the cleaning
cream after each use.
When the LOCKED DOOR light is off, open
the door.
Using a damp paper towel, rub the
cream into the burned-on area. As
with any burned-on spill, this may
require some effort.
The oven shuts off automatically when
the clean cycle is complete.
■ The words LOCK DOOR will flash and
the oven control will signal if you set
the clean cycle and forget to close the
oven door.
Carefully scrape soil with razor
scraper. Hold scraper at a 30˚ angle
against the glass cooktop.
Be sure to use a new sharp razor scraper. Do not
use a dull or nicked blade.
■ To stop a clean cycle, touch the
CLEAR/OFF pad. When the LOCKED
DOOR light goes off indicating the
oven has cooled below the locking
temperature, open the door.
If any soil remains, repeat the steps
listed above. For additional
protection, after all soil has been
removed, polish the entire surface
with the cleaning cream.
Buff with a dry paper towel.
To order more cream and/or scrapers for
cleaning your glass cooktop, please call
our toll-free number:
National Parts Center . . . . . . . . .800-626-2002
Cleaner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .# WX10X300
Scraper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .# WX5X1614
Cream & scraper kit . . . . . . . . .# WB64X5027
Special Care
Be sure to use a new sharp razor scraper. Do not
use a dull or nicked blade.
Using a razor scraper will not
damage the surface if the 30˚ angle
is maintained.
Sugary spillovers (such as jellies, fudge,
candy syrups) or melted plastics can
cause pitting of the surface of your
cooktop (not covered by the warranty)
unless the spill is removed while still hot.
Special care should be taken when
removing hot substances.
Turn off all surface units affected by
the spillover. Remove hot pans.
Wearing an oven mitt, hold the razor
scraper at a 30˚ angle to the cooktop.
Scrape the hot spill to a cool area
outside the surface unit.
With the spill in a cool area, use a dry
paper towel to remove any excess.
Any spillover remaining should be
left until the surface of the cooktop
has cooled. Do not continue to use
the soiled surface unit until all of the
spillover has been removed. Follow
the steps underHeavy Burned-On Soil
to continue the cleaning process.
NOTE: If pots with a thin overlay of aluminum,
copper or enamel are allowed to boil dry, the
overlay may bond with the glass cooktop and
leave a black discoloration. This should be
removed immediately before heating again
or the discoloration may be permanent.
A
COOKTOP LIGHT REPLACEMENT
To Remove The Old Bulb:
1. Remove power to the unit.
2. Pull the range away from the wall.
3. Remove the two screws from the top edge
on the back of the range (A).
4. Pull up on the hand grips on the back of
the range (B) until the tabs at the bottom
of the cooktop light housing separate from
the back of the range.
5. Pull out the cooktop light housing as far as
possible - approx. 2 inches (C).
6. Remove the light bulb by unplugging it from
both sockets with one motion.
SCREWS
B
2"
HAND
GRIPS
COOKTOP
LIGHT
HOUSING
C
To Install The New Bulb:
LIGHT BULB
1. Install the new light bulb by plugging it into
both sockets with one motion.
2. Using the hand grips on the cooktop light
housing (D), lift up and push the housing
back into the rear wall of the range. Then
lower the housing until the bottom tabs are
inserted back into the range.
3. Reinstall the two screws along the top edge
on the back of the range.
SOCKET
D
HAND
GRIPS
COOKTOP
LIGHT
HOUSING
OVEN DOOR REMOVAL
HINGE LOCK
(UNLOCKED POSITION)
HINGE LOCK
(LOCKED POSITION)
The oven door is locked to the range cabinet
with hinge locks, located on top of both door
hinges.
SLOT
To Remove The Oven Door:
1. Fully open the oven door.
2. Push the hinge locks down toward the door
frame, to the unlocked position.
3. Raise the door to the broil position.
4. Firmly grasp both sided of the door about
center ways down the door and lift upwards
to disengage the hinge arm from the hinge
slot. At the same time, pull the door towards you while lifting it away from the
range.
HINGE ARM
SEATED HINGE
ARM
LOWER HINGE ARM
INTO HINGE SLOT
To Reinstall Oven Door:
1. Firmly grasp both sides of the door and
insert the hinge arms into the door hinge
slots, while holding the door angle in the
broil position.
2. Lower the hinge arms downward, aligning
the hinge arm indentation to the lower portion of the hinge slot.
3. Fully open the door.
4. Push the hinge locks up against the front
frame of the oven cavity, to the locked position.
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COOKTOP REMOVAL
The ceramic glass cooktop is sealed into the
porcelain cooktop frame and is not replaceable
as a separate part. The cooktop comes as a
complete assembly (porcelain frame and ceramic glass).
To remove the cooktop:
1. Remove power to the unit.
2. Remove the two screws which secure the
cooktop to the front frame.
3. Lift the front of the cooktop upward (no
more than 45°). NOTE: lifting the front of
the cooktop too high, can break the glass.
4. Unplug the two electrical connector plugs
and remove the ground wire from the
cooktop (located at the rear of the
cooktop).
5. While grasping both sides of the cooktop,
lift the front of the cooktop upward approximately 30 to 40° (see illustration A, lower
right).
6. While holding the front of the cooktop upward, lower the rear of the cooktop in order to disengage the cooktop hinges from
the hinge pins (see illustration B, lower
right).
7. Once the cooktop hinges are disengaged
from the hinge pins, lift the rear of the
cooktop upward and over the hinge pins
while pulling the cooktop forward to remove
(see illustration C, lower right).
COOKTOP REMOVAL
HINGE
PIN
HINGE
Once the cooktop is removed, the oven vent
tube, and latch motor assembly are accessible.
LIFT UPWARDS
ON FRONT OF
COOKTOP TO A
45˚ ANGLE
Important note: prior to reinstalling the cooktop,
study the hinge mechanism for a few moments,
noting the location of the hinge pins and the
design of the hinges. Doing so will allow for a
much easier reinstallation.
A
B
C
– 14 –
LOWER THE REAR
OF THE COOKTOP
TO DISENGAGE
THE HINGES FROM
THE HINGE PINS
LIFT THE COOKTOP
UPWARDS AND
OVER THE HINGE
PINS
HIDDEN BAKE ELEMENT
The bake element is located underneath the
oven liner (hidden bake), where it is protected
from spillage and oven cleaning agents which
can shorten the life of the element.
The bake element is accessible from the left side
(facing the unit) of the range. To access the bake
element, carefully remove the range from its installation taking care to protect the customer’s
floor.
1. Remove power to the unit.
2. Remove the cooktop following the instructions outlined on page 14.
3. Remove the seven screws shown in the
illustration to the right.
4. At the front corner of the panel, near the
leveling leg, is a hidden screw. Access to
this screw is obtained by removing the storage drawer. From inside the storage
drawer area, located just above the left
front leveling leg (as you face the unit), are
two 1 inch holes. If you shine a light into
the top hole you will be able to see the ¼
inch hex screw that will need to be removed, in order to remove the side panel.
,,
PHILLIPS
¼ HEX
Bake Element Removal:
#10 TORX
HIDDEN BAKE
¼ HEX
¼ HEX
¼ HEX
¼ HEX
5. Facing side of the panel, grasp the front
and rear portion of the panel. Pull the rear
of the panel towards you (A) approximately
2-3 inches, while lifting upwards on the front
of the panel (B) approximately 1 inch. Notice in the illustration to the right that the
panel is held to the range frame with 2 nylon grommets (top and center of panel),
which fit into holes in the side panel. By
lifting upwards on the front panel (B), while
at the same time pulling the panel towards
you (C), you are able to disengage the
panel from the rubber grommets.
A
B
C
– 15 –
Bake Element Removal (cont.)
LOCATOR
TABS
6. Disconnect the electrical terminals from the
bake element and remove the bake element wires from the retaining clip on the
metal cover plate (remember to reinstall the
wires back into the retainer clip during reinstallation to prevent pinched wires). Remove the four ¼ inch hex screws which
secure the metal insulation cover plate to
the frame. Remove the metal plate.
BAKE ELEMENT
WIRES
Note: that one of the screws holding the
metal plate to the frame, also secures a
ground wire to the cabinet. Also notice that
the frame has two locator tabs which align
the plate to the frame during reinstallation.
BAKE ELEMENT
WIRE RETAINER
CLIP
GROUND
WIRE
7. Using rubber gloves to protect your hands,
carefully grasp the insulation which covers the side of the range and roll it upwards
to the top of the range. Tuck the end of it
under the brace which runs from the front
of the oven to the back of the oven. This
will hold the insulation in place while you
service the bake element.
INSULATION
8. Remove the two screws which mount and
secure the bake element to the frame.
Note: remember the screw on the left is
the one which secures the ground wire.
Don’t forget to reattach this wire when reinstalling the bake element (this is the other
end of the ground wire referred to in step
5).
GROUND
WIRE
L
NNE
9. Grasp the retaining channel on the left side
and swing it outwards and to the left. Notice that the channel is hinged on the right
side (fits into a slot in the frame). You are
now able to see into the area which houses
the bake element.
G
ININ
A
RET
– 16 –
CHA
Bake Element Removal (cont.)
10. Grasp the bake element on both sides and
gently pull it towards you as you remove
it from its housing. IMPORTANT: notice
that the opposite end of the bake element
has two alignment tabs which must fit into
slots on the other side of the housing.
When reinstalling the element, be sure
that the tabs are engaged into the locator
slots on the opposite end. If you fail to do
this, the bake element will not fit flush
against the frame and will protrude
enough that you will not be able to remount it to the frame.
NOTE: TWO LOCATOR
TAB SLOTS
Tip: The bottom area of the bake element housing bows slightly upward in the
center - this is due to insulation underneath it which forces it slightly upward.
Using a long bladed screw driver, gently
push downward on the bake element
housing while pushing the element forward. This is also helpful in forcing the
backside of the element downward
enough so that it can align with the locator slots on the opposite side.
ALIGNMENT
CHANNELS
REFLECTOR
PAN
LOCATOR
TAB
BAKE
ELEMENT
INSULATION
– 17 –
LOCATOR
SLOT
DOOR SWITCH REMOVAL
The door switch can be accessed through two
methods. If you have small hands you can access the switch from the top of the range. If you
have large hands, you will need to remove the
left side of the range to access the switch.
If You Have Small Hands:
1. Remove the cooktop.
2. Remove the bracket across the top/front
of the range. This bracket is held in place
with 6 torx screws. Once the bracket is
removed, you can access the switch.
3. To remove the switch, depress inward on
the locking tabs while pulling outward on
the switch body.
DEPRESS SWITCH
LOCKING TABS
TO RELEASE
If you Have Large Hands:
1. Remove the cooktop.
2. Remove the left side panel of the range.
3. To remove the switch, depress inward on
the locking tabs while pulling outward on
the switch body.
OVEN LINER REMOVAL
Should it ever become necessary to replace the
oven liner (customer damage), you can do so,
following the steps listed below:
1. Remove the cooktop.
2. Remove both side panels and metal covers (metal insulation covers).
3. Remove the bake element.
4. Remove two ¼ inch screws in the back of
the cabinet (A) which secure the liner to
the rear wall of the range.
5. From the back of the range disengage the
two metal hooks of the liner, which engage
into the back wall of the range (B). Do this
by pushing upward on the hooks with a
metal object (screwdriver blade) while
pushing forward at the same time
6. From the back of the range, disengage the
oven lamp clip which secures the lamp to
the rear wall of range (C).
7. From the back of the range, remove the
following.
a. Convection fan wiring (caution: terminal connections are tight & fragile).
b. Oven lamp wiring
c. Sensor wiring (disconnect plug)
d. Broil element wiring
e. Convection element wiring
C
A
B
B
BACK OF RANGE WITH ELECTRICAL
SHIELD AND LAMP SOCKET COVER
REMOVED
– 18 –
A
Oven Liner Removal (cont).
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Remove 7 screws from inside the oven
cavity (see illustration to right), which secure the oven liner to the frame/cabinet (1
on each front side of the liner, 2 on lower
back wall of liner and 3 across the top front
of the liner).
From inside the oven cavity, remove the
smoke eliminator chimney (2 screws).
Remove the oven vent chimney - if this is
not removed the oven liner can catch on it
during reinstallation.
Remove the meat probe recepticle from
inside the oven cavity top (2 screws).
Remove the two front screws which secure the front edge of the broil element
bracket to the top of the oven liner (do not
remove the screws which mount the broil
element to the back wall).
Gently pull the liner forward, making sure
to keep the liner evenly spaced on each
side as you pull it forward. Note: you will
be removing the oven liner with the broil
element, convection fan assembly, and
oven lamp assembly still mounted to the
liner.
OVEN LINER REINSTALLATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
After transfering the convenction fan assembly, lamp assembly, sensor, and broil
element to the new liner; slide the new liner
back into the cabinet frame.
Install the two screws from the back of the
range which secure the oven liner to the
oven frame, taking care to ensure that the
2 liner hooks catch into the slots in the back
wall of the oven.
Install the two screws which mount the
oven liner to the bake element housing pan
(2 screw holes located inside oven liner,
lower back wall). You will need to move/
adjust the bake element housing pan in
order to line up the holes in the liner with
those in the pan.
Reinstall the oven vent and smoke eliminator chimney, taking care to properly
mate the chimney to the oven vent located
directly above it (secured with 2 screws).
Reinstall the meat probe receptical, and
all remaining interior oven liner hardware.
Reinstall the bake element and cooktop,
taking care to reconnect all ground straps
and ensure that all wiring is relocated back
into its original holding restraints.
– 19 –
CONTROL PANEL
The electronic touch controls, located on the front
of the control console, are capacitance touch
design. The crystal keypanel assembly has the
capacitance touch circuit board bonded to its
surface on the rear side.
Keypanel Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove power to the unit.
Remove all four control knobs.
Remove the four nylon retainer nuts which
secure the crystal keypanel assembly to
the control console. Important note:
when reinstalling the nylon retainer nuts,
tighten only hand tight. Be sure that each
nylon retainer nut is flush with the glass
keypanel (the shoulder of the nylon retainer nut is seated into the glass
keypanel). Over tightening can damage
crystal keypanel assembly.
With all four nuts removed, the keypanel
assembly can now be pulled away from
the control console to gain access to the
connector plug. This plug connects the
keypanel to the ERC (Electronic Range
Control).
Control Panel Access
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove power to the unit.
Lay a protective cloth on the cooktop surface.
To obtain access to the control panel components, remove the four screws which
secure it to the range frame (see illustration to the right). Gently pull forward from
the bottom the control panel while lifting
upward.
Lay the control panel on the protected
cooktop surface (components facing upward).
CONTROL PANEL
ACCESS
Infinate Heat Switch Removal
1.
2.
3.
Remove power to the unit.
Remove the crystal keypanel assembly
following the steps listed above.
Remove the crystal mounting plate which
secures the infinate heat switch to the control console (2 small phillips head screws).
CRYSTAL
MOUNTING
PLATE
NYLON
RETAINER
NUT
– 20 –
CONTROL
KNOB
INFINITE HEAT CONTROLS
PILOT
N
Infinite heat controls are used to regulate the
wattage of the surface units. The infinite heat
control is essentially a timing device, and its onoff time is not related to any temperature sensing element at the surface unit (such as the sensor head of an automatic surface unit).
H1
P
L1
P
H1
L1
H2
L2
L2
The controls have two detent positions - OFF
and HIGH. Between the these two positions is
an infinite range of heat selections. At the high
detent setting, the surface unit is energized continuously.
H2
RR
SURFACE
UNIT
L1 L2
<1Ω
CURRENT
SENSITIVE
L2
10.45 KΩ
CYCLING
CONTACT
Internally both controls (voltage sensitive and
current sensitive) contain a bi-metal control which
regulates the switch ON-OFF time. The bi-metal
has a heater wrapped around it which supplies
heat to the bi-metal, opening and closing the
control cycling contacts. As you will note from
the illustrations to the right, the heater is only
energized when the cycling contacts are
closed.
2
L1
GRND
4
H2
TOP
3
2
L1
3
H1
L2
N
5
P
LF SURFACE ELEMENT
H2
4
5
P
BRIDGE ELEMENT
There are two basic types of infinite heat controls used on the new Spectra™ series of ranges.
One is a Voltage Sensitive control and the other
is a Current Sensitive control.
L2
N
GRND
H1
VOLTAGE
SENSITIVE
H2
TOP
LR
SURFACE
UNIT
15.59K Ω
THERMAL LIMITER SWITCH
L1
P L1 L2
H1
H1
P
Attached to each surface element is a thermal
limit switch. This switch serves two purposes.
1. Controls cooktop surface “HOT” light operation.
2. Removes power to the surface element, in
the event that the cooktop glass directly
above the element exceeds 1031° F.
H2
VOLTAGE SENSITIVE
N
PILOT
When the temperature of the cooktop glass,
above the heating element, reaches 150° F., a
set of contacts in the thermal switch will close
and provide power to the HOT light. The hot
light will remain on until the glass surface above
the element cools below 150° F. The HOT light
is mounted to the control panel and is located
just below each control knob (see Illustration to
the right).
SURFACE
ELEMENT
Therm.
Limit Sw.
L2
Hot Light
THERMAL LIMITER
SWITCH
H
FRONT
BURNER
BRIDGE
BURNER
OFF
H
I
I
The second set of contacts in the thermal limit
switch remove power to the element in the event
the cooktop glass above the element exceeds
1031° F. If this condition should ever occur the
contacts in the thermal limit switch will open and
remove power to the element. Once the cooktop
glass cools below 1031° F., the contacts in the
thermal limit switch will close and the element
will resume operation.
THERMAL LIMITER
SCHEMATIC
6
8
8
6
4
4
2
LO LO
FRONT
2
HOT
HOT LIGHT LOCATIONS
– 21 –
REAR
ERC V SPECIAL FEATURES
The "SPECIAL FEATURE" modes can only be activated while the display is showing the time of day clock. These
special features remain in the ERC's memory until you or the consumer change them. When the display shows your
choice press the START pad. The special feature you selected will remain in memory even after a power failure.
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OVEN
PROBE
BAKE
BROIL
HI
ERC V
SELF
CLEAN
TIME CONTROLS
LO
CONVECTION
CONVECTION
BAKE
ROAST
COOKING
TIME
DELAY
START
CLOCK
KITCHEN
TIMER
ON
OFF
TOP
LIGHT
OVEN
LIGHT
Convection
CLEAR
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
START
CONTROL LOCKOUT
TO ADJUST THE THERMOSTAT (MODELS WITH
NUMBER PADS)
START
Press the BAKE and BROIL HI/LO pads
at the same time for 2 seconds until the
display shows "SF".
Press the BAKE pad. A two digit
number shows in the display. Press the
BAKE pad once to increase (+) the
oven temp. or twice to decrease (-).
The oven temp. can be adjusted up to
(+) 35˚F. hotter or (-) 35˚F. cooler. Press
the number pads the same way you
read them. For example, to change the
over temperature 15˚F., press 1 and 5.
When you have made the adjustment,
press the START pad to go back to the
time of day display.
NOTE: Adjustments will not affect the
broiling or self-cleaning temperatures.
It will be retained in memory after a
power failure.
COOKING/SELF-CLEAN LOCKOUT
The ERC control will allow you to lock out the
COOKING and SELF CLEAN pads so that they
cannot be activated when touched.
SELF
CLEAN
SELF
CLEAN
START
12 HOUR SHUT-OFF
With this feature, should you forget and leave the
oven on, the control will automatically turn off the
oven after 12 hours, during baking functions, or after
3 hours during a broil function. If you wish to turn off
this feature, follow the steps below:
Press the BAKE and BROIL HI/LO pads
at the same time for 2 seconds until the
display shows "SF".
Press the DELAY START or START
TIME pad. The display will show "12
Shdn" (12 hour shut-off). Press the
DELAY START or START TIME pad
again and the display will show "no
Shdn" (no shut-off).
Press the START pad to activate the no
START
shut-off and leave the control set in this
special features mode.
12 HOUR, 24 HOUR OR CLOCK BLACK-OUT
The ERC control is set to use a 12 hour clock. If the
customer prefers to have a 24 hour military time clock
or black-out the clock display, follow the steps below.
Press the BAKE and BROIL HI/LO pads
at the same time for 3 seconds until the
display shows "SF".
Press the SELF CLEAN pad. The
display will show "Loc OFF." If this is
your choice, press START.
Press the SELF CLEAN pad again. The
display will show "Loc On." If this is your
choice, press START.
When this feature is on and the touch
pads are pressed the control will beep
and the display will show "LOC."
NOTE: The control lockout mode will not
affect the clock, kitchen timer on/off and
oven light touch pads
START
– 22 –
Press the BAKE and BROIL HI/LO pads
at the same time for 2 seconds until the
display shows "SF".
Press the CLOCK pad once. The display
will show "12 hr."
Press the CLOCK pad again to change
to the 24 hour military time clock. The
display will show "24 hr." If this is your
choice, press START.
Press the CLOCK pad again to black-out
the clock display. The display will show
"OFF." If this is your choice, press
START.
If the clock is in the black-out mode and
you want to restore it to the display,
repeat steps 1 and 2.
NOTE: If the clock is in the black-out
mode you will not be able to use the
DELAY START function.
ERC V SPECIAL FEATURES
TONES AT THE END OF A TIMED CYCLE
At the end of a timed cycle, 3 short beeps will sound
followed by one beep every 6 seconds, until the
CLEAR/OFF pad is pressed. This continuous 6
second beep may be canceled.
To cancel the 6 second beep:
COOK AND HOLD
The cook and hold feature keeps cooked foods warm
for up to 3 hours after the cooking function is
finished. To activate this feature, follow the steps
below:
START
Press the BAKE and BROIL HI/LO pads
at the same time for 2 seconds until the
display shows "SF".
Press the COOKING TIME pad. The
display will show "HLd OFF." Press the
COOKING TIME pad again to activate
the feature. The display will show "HLd
On."
Press the START pad to activate the
cook and hold feature and leave the
control set in this special features
mode.
START
Press the BAKE and BROIL HI/LO pads
at the same time for 2 seconds until the
display shows "SF".
Press the KITCHEN TIMER ON/OFF
pad. The display shows "Con bEEP"
(continuous beep). Press the KITCHEN
TIMER ON/OFF pad again. The display
shows "bEEP." This cancels the one
beep every 6 seconds.
Press the START pad.
FAHRENHEIT OR CENTIGRADE TEMPERATURE
The ERC control is set to use the Fahrenheit
temperature selections, but you may change this to
use the Centigrade selections.
SALES MODE
Display continuously scrolls through cooking
functions, display icons, and numbers.
Press the BAKE and BROIL HI/LO pads
at the same time for 3 seconds until the
display shows "SF".
Press the BROIL HI/LO pad. The display
will show "F" (Fahrenheit). If this is your
choice, press START.
Press the BROIL HI/LO pad again. The
display will show "C" (Centigrade). If this
is your choice, press START.
To activate this feature: Press the
BAKE and BROIL HI/LO pads at the
same time for 2 seconds, until the
display shows "SF". Press and hold
both the CLOCK and KITCHEN
TIMER pads until the display starts
scrolling.
HELPFUL USE AND CARE INFORMATION
CLOCK - The clock must be set before the control for the
oven will work. the time of day clock cannot be changed
during DELAY START. It can be changed during a
regular bake or broil operation.
CONTROL LOCKOUT FUNCTION - press and hold the
9 + 0 key pads for approximately 4 seconds. The control
will beep twice and display "Loc".
9
0
KITCHEN TIMER - Does not control oven operation. You
may program the timer for activities up to 9 hours and 59
minutes. When the timer reaches " :00," the control will
beep 3 times followed by one beep every 6 seconds until
the KITCHEN TIMER ON/OFF pad is pressed. To cancel
the timer, press and hold the KITCHEN TIMER ON/OFF
until the word "TIMER" disappears from the display.
POWER FAILURE - If a flashing time is in the display,
you have experienced a power failure. Reset the clock.
PREHEAT NOTIFICATION TONE - When you set an
oven temperature the oven automatically starts to heat.
When the temperature inside the oven reaches your set
temperature a tone will sound to let you know to place
the food in the oven.
SELF CLEANING - We recommend venting with an
open window or using a ventilation fan or hood during
the first self-clean cycle.
Do not use commercial oven cleaners or oven protectors
in or near the self-cleaning oven. A combination of any
of these products plus the high clean cycle temperatures
may damage the porcelain finish of the oven.
The oven front frame and the oven door outside the
gasket do not get cleaned by the self-clean cycle. On
these areas use detergent and hot water or a soap-filled
steel wool pad. Rinse well with a vinegar and water
solution. This will help prevent a brown residue from
forming when the oven is heated. Buff these areas with
a dry cloth. Do not clean the gasket.
CONTROL LOCKOUT
– 23 –
ERC FAULT CODE MEMORY TEST
ERC FAULT CODE MEMORY DISPLAY
Have you ever run a service call and been told by the consumer
that their range displayed an "F" fault code and when you arrive
the fault is gone (cleared by the consumer) and the consumer
can not remember what the code was?
Well there is a way to "recall" the last four fault codes from the
ERC memory. These codes are stored in short term memory
(RAM) and can be recalled by the service Technician; however, it
is important to note that once power is lost to the appliance
the memory (RAM) is cleared and "reset" to all eights. When
servicing a range for a fault code problem, always remove power
to the unit. This will protect you from electrical hazards and will
also reset the fault code memory storage back to all eights.
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OVEN
PROBE
BAKE
HI
SELF
CLEAN
TIME CONTROLS
BROIL
LO
CONVECTION
CONVECTION
BAKE
ROAST
COOKING
TIME
DELAY
START
TOP
LIGHT
CLOCK
KITCHEN
TIMER
OVEN
LIGHT
ON
OFF
Convection
CLEAR
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
START
HOW TO DISPLAY THE FAULT CODES IN MEMORY
To read the fault code memory, follow the steps below:
1. Simultaneously press and hold the COOKING TIME and
DELAY START pads. While holding these two pads press
the number 9 pad. A history of the last four fault codes will
appear in the display. NOTE: If no keypad entry is made
within 5 minutes, the ERC test mode will "time out".
2. To terminate the memory fault mode press the CLEAR /
OFF key pad
HOW FAULT CODES ARE STORED IN MEMORY - EXAMPLE
A
No Fault codes
Power-up
A If we displayed the fault code memory of the range just after
power had been applied/reapplied, we would see four eights in
the display, meaning that no fault codes are stored in memory.
B The first time a fault code occurs, the ERC display will store
the fault code in its memory. When you read the fault code,
which is stored in memory, the code will display in the far right
hand digit of the clock display.
B
C If a second fault code occurs, it too is stored in the ERC
memory. The first fault code stored in memory scrolls to the left,
and the new fault code now displays in the far right hand digit of
the clock display.
C
D If the same fault code repeats itself (sequencially), without
being separated by a different fault code, then the repeated fault
code will "stack" in memory. In other words, the repeated fault
code will only display once, unless separated by a different fault
code. In this example, F3 repeats itself twice, the resulting fault
code memory display only shows one 3. The same would also
be true if F3 repeated itself four times, the result showing in the
fault code memory display would be one "3", NOT four "3"'s.
E If a fourth fault code occurs, the ERC will scroll the previous
fault codes stored in memory to the left, one digit, and store the
new fault code in the far right hand digit of the clock display.
F If a fifth fault code occurs, the ERC will continue to scroll the
previous fault codes to the left, and store the new fault code in
the far right hand digit of the clock display.
G If a sixth fault code occurs, the ERC will once again scroll the
previous fault codes to the left. Notice in this example the first
fault code (F1), previously stored in memory is now lost. The
ERC will continue to scroll the previous fault codes to the left and
store the new fault code in the far right hand digit of the clock
display.
– 24 –
First fault code F1
scrolls left
Second fault code F3 (scrolls left)
scrolls left
D
Third fault code F3 (stacks)
Stacks
E
Fourth fault code F1 (scrolls left)
scrolls left
F
Fifth fault code F5 (scrolls left)
scrolls left
G
Sixth fault code FF (scrolls left)
scrolls left
ERC FAILURE CODES
FAILURE
CODE
-F0-F1-F7-
MEANING
CORRECTION
Stuck key pad or transistor
If code cannot be cancelled, replace
failure. May mean relay is
control.
turned on.
• Look for welded relay contacts. (Heating
Indicates that oven is over
-F2elements on in off mode).
Also see temperature in one of the following
•
Look
for high resistance in the sensor
modes
within
either
a
cooking
or
fan
circuit due to high contact resistance
thermal clean mode of operation.
(poor terminal crimp, deformed terminals,
• Control senses oven
switches
loose connection inside sensor tube) or
temperature above 630°F with
intermittent solder joint.
the door circuit in the unlock mode.
• Electrical noise interference in the sensor
• Control senses oven temperature above
circuit (Ham radio, cordless phone etc.).
930°F with the door in the door locked mode.
Open sensor (circuit) (over 2700 • Disconnect power to range.
ohms) Shorted sensor (circuit)
• Disconnect sensor connector at control.
(under 950 ohms)
Measure sensor resistance at control
connector (take care not to damage
Could be result of contamination on
terminals in block) - Should read 1100Ω at
terminals, pinched harness lead, or cold
room ambient (approx. 72°F).
solder joint on control.
-F3-F4-
• Measure each sensor lead from connector block to ground. If shorted, look for pinched or cut wire in
sensor circuit.
• Check connector terminals - Look for deformed or corrosion on terminals. Repair or replace.
• Check connector at sensor (remove sensor and carefully pull leads with connector into oven)
• If all above is ok replace control.
-FC-
-FF-F5-
Problem with door lock circuit such
as pinched wires between control
and door lock switches.
Door motor safety switch transistor
failure
Loss of relay drive circuit
Check wiring and test operation of switches.
Perform resistance check.
Replace control.
• Press Clear/Off and reprogram control.
If -F5- code reappears, replace control.
• Check sensor circuit.
• Check lock circuit.
If all above check OK the F5 code can be a result of a momentary loss of power (DO
NOT REPLACE CONTROL AND LOCK.) Check lock circuit.
NOTE:Connections can be intermittent due to a corrosive buildup between the
connection to the terminals, or by being bent by the insertion of a probe, etc.
– 25 –
ERC ON BOARD DIAGNOSTIC TESTS
This test allows the Technician to energize various bake,
broil, and convection circuits. This test will also allow you to
energize the oven light and top panel light, and test key
panel responses.
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How To Enter And Exit The Diagnostic Mode
PROBE
BAKE
BROIL
CONVECTION
CONVECTION
BAKE
ROAST
HI
To perform the ERC diagnostic tests, follow the steps
below:
1. To initiate the ERC test mode, first remove power to
the appliance for approx. 8 seconds and then reapply
power.
2. Simultaneously press and hold the COOKING TIME
and DELAY START pads. While holding these two
pads press the number 8 pad. The word "tESt" will
appear in the ERC display. NOTE: If no keypad entry
is made within 5 minutes, the ERC test mode will
"time out".
3. To terminate the ERC test mode, press the CLEAR /
OFF key pad.
SELF
CLEAN
TIME CONTROLS
LO
COOKING
TIME
DELAY
START
TOP
LIGHT
CLOCK
KITCHEN
TIMER
OVEN
LIGHT
ON
OFF
Convection
CLEAR
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
START
How To Perform The Tests
The following tests allow you to quickly verify various ERC
and keypad functions. Listed below are the diagnostic tests
that can be performed directly from the ERC.
NOTE: If anyone of the keypads is pressed and held too
long the ERC may terminate the test mode, beep
continuously, or display F7.
➊
CONVECTION FAN MOTOR TEST - To perform this
test, press and hold the CONVECTION ROAST pad (for
the fan to energize the door must be closed). Quickly
open the door an listen for the convection fan motor. As
soon as you release the CONVECTON ROAST pad the fan
motor will deenergize. If the fan motor did not energize,
check the following: reconfirm that you have entered the
test mode correctly, check power and wiring connections to
the ERC, check for a bad fan motor, door switch or ERC.
➋
ENERGIZE BAKE CIRCUIT - To perform this test,
press BAKE then START and listen for the bake relay to
energize. CAUTION: If you hold the start pad in, you are
energizing the bake element. As soon as you release the
START pad the relay will deenergize. If the relay does not
energize, check the following: reconfirm that you have
entered the test mode correctly, check power and wiring
connections to the ERC, check for an open bake element
and lastly, suspect a faulty ERC.
1
Convection
Fan Motor
Test
2
Bake
Circuit
Test
➌
ENERGIZE BROIL CIRCUIT - To perform this test,
press BROIL then START and listen for the broil relay to
energize. CAUTION: if you hold the start pad in, you are
energizing the broil element. As soon as you release the
START pad the relay will deenergize. If the relay does not
energize, check the following: reconfirm that you have
entered the test mode corrrectly, check power and wiring
connections to the ERC, check for an open broil element,
and lastly, suspect a faulty ERC.
– 26 –
Disregard these numbers as
they have no relevance on the
broil circuit test
3
Broil
Circuit
Test
➍ ENERGIZE CONVECTION BAKE CIRCUIT - To
perform this test press CONVECTION BAKE then START
and listen for the convection bake relay to energize.
CAUTION: If you hold the start pad in, you are energizing
the convection element. As soon as you release the START
pad the relay will de-energize. If the relay does not
energize, check the following: Reconfirm that you have
entered the test mode correctly, check power and wiring
connections to the ERC, check for an open convection
element, and lastly suspect a faulty ERC.
➎ NUMERIC KEY PADS TEST - To perform proper
numeric key panel responses, press any numbered key pad
and hold it in for approximately 5 seconds; the number you
are pressing will show in the ERC display. If it does not,
reconfirm that you have entered the test mode correctly,
check wiring connections to the ERC and keypad ribbon.
➏ ENERGIZE OVEN LIGHT CIRCUIT - To perform this
test press OVEN LIGHT then START and listen for the oven
light relay to energize. Look through the front window of the
oven door to see the light come on. As soon as you release
the OVEN LIGHT pad the oven light relay will de-energize.
If the relay does not energize, check the following: reconfirm
that you have entered the test mode correctly, check power
and wiring connections to the ERC, check for an open light
bulb, and lastly, suspect a faulty ERC.
➐ ENERGIZE TOP PANEL LIGHT CIRCUIT - To perform
this test, press the TOP LIGHT key pad, and watch the top
fluorescent light energize. As soon as you release the TOP
LIGHT pad the fluorescent light will deenergize. If the light
does not energize, check the following: reconfirm that you
have entered the test mode correctly, check power and
wiring connections to the ERC, check for a defective bulb,
starter or ballast and lastly suspect a faulty ERC.
– 27 –
4
Conv. Bake
Circuit
Test
5
Numeric
Key pad
Test
6
Oven Light
Circuit
Test
7
Top Panel
Light Circuit
Test
EXAMPLE: Number 5 keypad pressed
➑
LOCK MOTOR CYCLE TEST - This test allows
you to run the lock motor through one complete cycle
of operation; testing lock motor operation, and front
and rear latch switch contacts. To perform this test
push and hold the SELF CLEAN key pad - make
sure that the oven door is closed (light switch
depressed). While depressing the SELF CLEAN
pad, the lock motor will run through a complete cycle.
Watch the ERC display closely as it will change
based on the location of the motor and logic switch
contact positions (open or closed).
Illustrations 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, & 8e show the sequence
of events that will occur during the complete lock
motor cycle. Notice the numbers shown in the left
side of each display represent the position of the lock
motor as well as the logic switch contact positions
(open or closed). While performing the lock motor
cycle test, the words LOCKED DOOR will flash in
the ERC display during 8b and 8d.
DOOR LATCH MECHANISM
The latch mechanism is thermally controlled.
When the SELF CLEAN cycle is selected the ERC
supplies power to the lock motor, driving the motor
towards the LATCHED position. When the lock
motor reaches the LATCHED position, the microswitches on the lock mechanism signal the control
board to stop the motor, leaving it in the LATCHED
position. When the oven temperature reaches 560˚
to 650˚ F., the ERC prevents the lock motor from
being energized (DOOR LOCKED).
When the oven sensor senses a temperature of
approximately 300˚F. the ERC once again supplies
power to the lock motor, driving it towards the
UNLOCKED position. When the UNLOCKED
position is reached, the micro-switches on the lock
mechanism signal the control board to stop the
motor, leaving it in the UNLOCKED position.
8
a
UNLOCKED POSITION
Rear switch contacts open
Front switch contacts closed
8
8
b
Moving toward LATCHED
POSITION
Rear switch contacts open
Front switch contacts open
c
LATCHED POSITION
Rear switch contacts closed
Front switch contacts open
8
8
d
Moving toward UNLOCKED
POSITION
Rear switch contacts open
Front switch contacts open
e
Return to UNLOCKED
POSITION
Rear switch contacts open
Front contacts closed
UNLOCKED position
Moving toward LATCHED
position
B
A
Contacts
Open
Contacts
Open
ar
ar
Re
Re
t
on
Fr
t
on
Fr
Contacts
Open
Contacts
Closed
LOCK MOTOR CYCLE
D
C
Contacts
Closed
Contacts
Open
r
a
Re
ar
Re
FRONT UNLOCK SWITCH
t
t
on
Fr
on
Fr
COM
Contacts
Open
Contacts
Open
Latch circuit shown in
UNLOCKED mode
REAR LOCK SWITCH
LATCHED position
Moving toward UNLOCKED
position
COM
Lock motor circuit shown in
RUN MODE
OVEN TEMP
SENSOR
MEAT PROBE
ERC
K1 Relay
L
1100 Ω at Room Temp.
2850 Ω at Clean Temp.
COM
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
W
LOCK
MOTOR
MDL
N
DOOR
SWITCH
NO
C
NC
W Y BU O
– 28 –
THERMOSTAT CYCLING
xceptional cooking
Temperatures shown in degrees F.
performance does not
come about by chance. It
requires advanced
technology and innovative
design. GE proudly
introduces the TrueTemp™
System, which delivers
consistently even oven
temperature for exceptional
cooking results -- making it
the industry leader.
355˚
360˚
365˚
370˚
375˚
380˚
385˚
390˚
395˚
TM
VISION RANGE W/
ERC V TRUETEMP
TM
TrueTemp™
E
The Most Accurate
Oven In America!*
PREVIOUS MODELS
SmartLogic ™ Electronic Control
with Platinum Oven Sensor
Monitors and maintains oven
temperature. Senses sudden,
significant heat loss and responds
with extra power.
*Among leading brands
THERMOSTAT
SETTING
GE TRUETEMP™, THE MOST ACCURATE OVEN IN AMERICA!
The guesswork is gone. The temperamental oven is a thing of the
past. GE's exclusive TrueTemp™ system manages and maintains the
oven temperature you select. It's more accurate than any other
leading brand. The SmartLogic™ electronic control, with a platinum
sensor, constantly monitors the oven's performance to ensure more
precise temperature management. Even if you open the door when the
oven is on, SmartLogic™ senses variations in temperature and
responds to regain the selected setting.
* Among leading manufactures' brands
TEMPERATURE - DEGREES F.
THERMOSTAT CYCLING
ERC V w/ TRUETEMP™ VS PREVIOUS GE MODELS
400
395
390
385
380
375
370
365
360
355
ERC V TrueTemp™, with on
board SmartLogic™, manages and maintains the oven
temperature you select. ERC
controls with TrueTemp™,
SmartLogic™ can be identified by the words TrueTemp,
located just above the ERC
display, on the front of the
control panel.
PREVIOUS MODELS
XL44™ RANGES w/
ERC V TRUE TEMP
TrueTemp™
Oven Cycling
TIME
Burner ON
Burner OFF
Burner ON
Burner OFF
– 29 –
Burner ON
SCHEMATIC
“LI” BLACK
“L2” RED
SURF IND LIGHT
LI
P
PROTECTOR
SURF ELEM
SURF CONT
H1
H2
L2
SURF CONT
RR-BR & LR-O
SURF IND LIGHT
2
5
SURF ELEM
PROTECTOR
DUAL ELEM CONT
DUAL ELEM CONT
BU
3
N
RF-BU•TR & LF-Y•TR
SURF ELEM
PR
4
LF (BRIDGE) & RF (OUTER)
RR-BR•TR
RF-GY
UNLOCK
LOCK SW #2
LF-GY•TR
LOCK
LOCK SW #1
HOT IND LIGHTS
MEAT PROBE
W W Y
BU
OVEN TEMP
1100
ROOM TEMP
2850
CLEAN TEMP
LR-O•TR
O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ERC
K4
K1
COM
NDL
K3
CONV
BA
02
K2
BR
GND
Q1
SURF
LIGHT
OVEN
LIGHT
LI
CF
LI
N
N
FLO LIGHT
N
CONV ELEM
BAL LAST
BAKE ELEM
M
BROIL ELEM
CONV
FAN
STARTER
DOOR JAMB SW
N
OV LIGHT
LOCK MOTOR
M
SURFACE ELEMENTS
RELAY
CONTACT
MADE
JB960WB
JB960AB
JB960BB
ERC
K1 Q2 K2 - BR K4 - CV K3 - BA
BAKE
BROIL
CLEAN
CONV BAKE
CONV ROAST
*
**
**
***
*
* **
– 30 –
**
**
***
WATTAGE RESISTANCE
1500W RR
38.4
2500W RF
23.0
(BOTH ELEM)
1000W RF
57.6
(INNER ELEM)
2600W LF
22.2
(BOTH ELEM)
800W LF
72.0
(INNER ELEM)
1800W LR
32.0
STRIP CIRCUITS
JB960WB
JB960AB
JB960BB
L1
N
FLOURECENT LIGHT CIRCUIT
L1
L2
BAKE CIRCUIT
Q1
L1
K3 RELAY
BAKE
ELEMENT
BA
L-1
SURF
LIGHT
FLO LIGHT
BAL LAST
23.5 Ω
ERC BOARD
19.3 Ω
STARTER
ERC BOARD
Relay Energized
L1
L1
L2
BROIL CIRCUIT
OVEN LIGHT
K2 RELAY
DOOR
SWITCH
BROIL
ELEMENT
BR
L-1
N
OVEN LIGHT
DOOR OPEN
L1
15.0 Ω
N
OVEN LIGHT
ERC TOUCH PAD
ERC BOARD
OVEN
LIGHT
Relay Energized
L1
OVEN LIGHT
ERC BOARD
L1
L2
CONV BAKE CIRCUIT
K4 RELAY
CONV
L-1
Lock motor circuit shown in
RUN MODE
CONVECTION
ELEMENT
ERC
K1 Relay
L
23.0 Ω
COM
N
LOCK
MOTOR
DOOR
SWITCH
NO
C
MDL
ERC BOARD
NC
Relay Energized
L1
Q2
CF
CONV FAN
MOTOR
DOOR
SWITCH
M
FRONT UNLOCK SWITCH
15.0 Ω
COM
Latch circuit shown in
UNLOCKED mode
L1
REAR LOCK SWITCH
L2
CONV ROAST CIRCUIT
COM
K2 RELAY
BROIL
ELEMENT
BR
L-1
15.0 Ω
OVEN TEMP
SENSOR
ERC BOARD
Relay Energized
L1
Q2
CF
CONV FAN
MOTOR
MEAT PROBE
1100Ω at Room Temp.
2850Ω at Clean Temp.
DOOR
SWITCH
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
M
W
15.0 Ω
– 31 –
W Y BU O
SURFACE ELEMENT STRIP CIRCUITS
L2
L2
BRIDGE ELEMENT
P
LEFT FRONT SURFACE
UNIT ONLY
H2
4
10.45 KΩ
CYCLING
CONTACT
LF SURFACE ELEMENT
N
5
N
5
P
4
TOP
3
2
FRONT
BURNER
OFF
3
H1
LI
8
8
6
6
L2
5
SURF CONT
THERMAL
LIMITER SW.
LF SURF ELEM
4
4
LO LO
H1
GRND
SURF IND LIGHT
2
2
L1
VOLTAGE SENSITIVE
H
I
HI
2
L1
GRND
BRIDGE
BURNER
H2
3
2
N
31.0 Ω
FRONT
SURF CONT
BRIDGE ELEM
4
70.0 Ω
L2
L2
BRIDGE ELEMENT
P
LEFT FRONT SURFACE
UNIT + BRIDGE
H2
4
10.45 KΩ
CYCLING
CONTACT
LF SURFACE ELEMENT
N
5
N
5
P
4
TOP
3
2
FRONT
BURNER
OFF
3
H1
VOLTAGE SENSITIVE
LI
8
8
6
6
H1
L2
5
SURF CONT
THERMAL
LIMITER SW.
LF SURF ELEM
4
4
LO LO
GRND
SURF IND LIGHT
2
2
L1
H
I
HI
2
L1
GRND
BRIDGE
BURNER
H2
3
2
N
31.0 Ω
FRONT
SURF CONT
BRIDGE ELEM
4
70.0 Ω
MODELS:
JB960WB
JB960AB
JB960BB
L2
H2
TOP
15.59 KΩ
LEFT REAR
SURFACE UNIT
L1
LR
SURFACE
UNIT
P L1 L 2
H1
H1
P
H2
VOLTAGE SENSITIVE
N
PILOT
LI
L2
SURF IND LIGHT
LI
P
SURF CONT H1
LR SURF ELEM
THERMAL
LIMITER SW.
H2
1800 W
32.0 Ω
REAR
– 32 –
L2
SURF CONT
SURFACE ELEMENT STRIP CIRCUITS
L2
L2
P
OUTER ELEMENT
H2
4
5
10.45 KΩ
SMALL
BURNER
OFF
LARGE
BURNER
4
TOP
3
2
2
L1
GRND
H
3
H1
H2
L1
VOLTAGE SENSITIVE
GRND
H1
8
8
I
HI
CYCLING
CONTACT
N
5
P
INNER ELEMENT
N
RF INNER SURFACE
UNIT ONLY
LI
L2
6
6
SURF IND LIGHT
4
2
4
2
LO
WM
LO
5
SURF CONT
2
THERMAL
LIMITER SW.
INNER ELEM
3
N
55.0 Ω
FRONT
SURF CONT
OUTER ELEM
4
37.0 Ω
L2
L2
OUTER ELEMENT
P
RF INNER & OUTER
SURFACE UNITS
H2
4
10.45 KΩ
CYCLING
CONTACT
N
5
P
INNER ELEMENT
N
5
4
TOP
3
2
SMALL
BURNER
OFF
2
L1
GRND
3
H1
L1
VOLTAGE SENSITIVE
GRND
L2
SURF IND LIGHT
8
8
LI
5
6
6
2
4
SURF CONT
WM
LO
THERMAL
LIMITER SW.
INNER ELEM
4
2
LO
3
2
N
55.0 Ω
FRONT
SURF CONT
OUTER ELEM
4
MODELS:
37.0 Ω
JB960WB
JB960AB
JB960BB
PILOT
N
H1
P
RIGHT REAR
SURFACE UNIT
L1
L2
P
H1
L1
H2
L2
H2
RR
SURFACE
UNIT
L1 L2
<1Ω
CURRENT
SENSITIVE
WM
LI
L2
SURF IND LIGHT
LI
P
SURF CONT H1
RR SURF ELEM
THERMAL
LIMITER SW.
H2
REAR
H1
H
I
HI
LARGE
BURNER
H2
1500 W
38.4 Ω
– 33 –
L2
SURF CONT
Exploded Parts View
JB960AB1AA
– 34 –
Exploded Parts View
JB960AB1AA
– 35 –
Exploded Parts View
JB960AB1AA
– 36 –
EXPLODED PARTS BREAKDOWN
MODEL JB960AB1AA
#
PART NUM.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
2
3
7
15
15
16
19
19
20
28
29
32
33
33
35
38
43
45
45
56
57
58
60
66
70
91
94
101
101
101
105
108
111
112
113
121
121
131
131
133
133
133
134
136
140
142
151
178
201
202
203
204
211
217
219
221
222
227
229
229
231
232
233
233
WB36T10274
WB36T10250
WB36T10249
WB02T10022
WB02T10052
WB24T10015
WB34T10020
WB27T10077
WB24T10032
WB24T10012
WB02T10046
WB02T10047
WB03T10077
WB26T10007
WB25T10008
WB25T10007
WB02X4666
WB36T10252
WB02T10018
WB34K5140
WB20X5064
WB30K5033
WB30T10036
WB30T10035
WB09T10002
WB34T10018
WB02T10045
WB10T10002
WB02T10038
WB35T10018
WB35T10016
WB35T10019
WB07X7352
WB01X5904
WB04T10001
WB55T10050
WB56T10027
WB56T10041
WB56T10039
WB01T10022
WB04T10002
WB01T10023
WB01T10021
WB01T10026
WB07T10120
WB15X5225
WB56T10020
WB06K0007
WB15T10018
WB35T10020
WB53T10004
WB63T10054
WB63T10047
WB55T10046
WB02T10028
WB34T10012
WB34T10011
WB63T10050
WB56T10015
WB02T10029
WB35T10021
WB35T10017
WB35T10012
WB35T10023
WB35T10022
WB49T10005
TRIM CONTROL (PROFILE)
END CAP/ALMOND
END CAP/ALMOND
HEAT SHIELD
BALLAST MOUNT
INF CNTRL SWITCH (DUAL)
CONTROL COVER
OVEN CNTL (ERC)
INFINITE CONTROL SWITCH
INFINITE WARMER SWITCH
CRYSTAL RETAINER
CRYSTAL MOUNT
KNOB PROFILE SU
FAN MOTOR
INDICATOR LIGHT ASM (RT)
INDICATOR LIGHT ASM (LT)
FLUORESCENT LIGHT BULB
LAMP HOLDER
FAN BLADE
PROBE COVER
THERMISTOR PROBE
HALIANT ELEMENT - 1500W
HALIANT ELEMENT
HALIANT ELEMENT 9"
RADIANT ELEMENT SPRING
ENCLOSURE RANGE TOP
FOAM STRIP
MAINTOP HINGE
RADIANT CHASSIS BRACE
DOOR INSULATION
DOOR INSULATION
DOOR INSULATION
HANDLE TRIM ALMOND
SCR 8-18 BA POR 3/4 SN
OVEN GASKET
DOOR LINER ASSEMBLY
INSLN RETAINER
PANEL ASM (BONDED)
GLASS DOOR OUTER
DOOR BUMPER
SEAL WINDOW PACK
RADIANT HEATER PAD
MAIN TOP BUMPER
DOOR PAD
DOOR VENT TRIM
DOOR HANDLE ALMOND
DOOR FRAME
STARTER
MOTORIZED LATCH ASM
DOOR LOCK INSULATION
OVEN BODY WELD ASM
FRONT FRAME
MAIN BACK
STORAGE DRAWER LINING
SIDE INSUL RETAINER
BACK COVER
RECEPTICLE COVER
BODY SIDE ALMOND
FRONT PANEL STOR/ALMD
TOP INSUL RETAINER
CONVX INSULATION
VENT TUBE INSULATION
OVEN TOP/SIDE INSULATION
OVEN BLACK/BTM INSUL
HIDDEN BACK INSULATION
REFLECTOR PLATE
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
#
PART NUM.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
241
241
241
241
242
246
247
248
251
252
252
255
255
256
258
258
266
269
272
277
279
282
282
291
292
292
298
302
303
312
459
461
472
489
514
534
549
712
919
929
998
1024
WB48T10015
WB48T10019
WB48T10015
WB48T10018
WB48T10012
WB48T10017
WB48T10016
WB23T10002
WB44T10015
WB44T10012
WB10T10005
WB07T10109
WB17T10003
WB02X10521
WB02T10027
WB02T10037
WB39T10001
WB17T10002
WB02T10034
WB24X5316
WB08T10004
WB38T10013
WB38T10012
WB08X5102
WB48T10013
WB02T10031
WB44T10001
WB02X7694
WB36X0389
WB01X0119
WB01K5062
WZ05X0158
WB49T10007
WB49T10006
WB34T10019
WB02T10044
WB08T10005
WB02X8309
WB02T10035
WB02T10026
WB02T10053
WX12X1510
OVEN RACK
RACK OFFSET DOWN
OVEN RACK
LARGE ROASTING RACK
DRAWER GUIDE
BROILER PAN GRID LG
BROILER PAN LARGE
SENSOR ASM
UNIT ASM (HB)
UNIT BROIL ASM DELUX
HINGE RECEIVER
LATCH TRIM
MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK
FOOT LEVELING
OVEN LIGHT GASKET
OVEN LIGHT CUP
BASE RIVET ASM
TERMINAL BOX
SIDE PANEL SUPPORT
OVEN LIGHT SWITCH
PUSH-IN RECEPTICLE
RADIANT VENT TUBE
VENT TUBE ASM
BALLAST
FRONT DRAWER SUPPORT
REAR DRAWER SUPPORT
CONVX ELEMENT
LIGHT LENS BAIL
OV LAMP LENS
CONTOURED WASHER
SCREW BRT. NI.
SCREW 8-32X3/8 GRD SCR
SIDE REFLECTOR
PAN REFLECTOR
CONVECTION FAN COVER
CONVX FAN MOTOR BRKT
JACK RECEPTACLE
PROBE COVER
SPACER
MAIN TOP STRIKE
ANTI TIP BRACKET ASM
BULB OVEN LIGHT
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
WB64X0093
WB06K5036
49-8443
31-10306
GLASS CLEANER
RAZOR BLADE SCRAPER
COOKBOOK
INSTRUCTION SHEET
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
* The parts numbers listed above are intended
only as a reference to aid you in a better
understanding of the exploded parts views
shown on previous pages. At the time of this
publication the numbers shown above were
still preliminary and should not be used to
order parts. For model specific information,
ALWAYS consult the microfiche.
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