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Spilled water in oven - control panel failing to switch on bake or broil

Spilled water in oven - control panel failing to switch on bake or broil

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    Default Spilled water in oven - control panel failing to switch on bake or broil

    While cooking a cheese cake in a water bath a leak sprung in the aluminum pan, allowing a rapid drip of water to leak (guessing one quart as lovely wife decided the best remedy was to continue filling the pan) into the oven bottom. Eventually the oven shut down but the cheese cake was just finishing up. The next time we attempted to use the oven the control panel stopped responding normally. If the "clean", bake or broil button are pushed, the panel display simply blinks the clock time (which is the default display) so long as I hold the button in and ignores the selection. Normally the bake button would turn the oven on and a temperature would read on the panel - if the broil button is pushed we would normally get a Hi/Lo indicator. These normal actions do not occur. When I lift my finger from the button the clock time is again displayed.

    The clock and timer on the control panel work fine. The clean, bake and broil buttons do not seem to be working. The gas cook top works fine.

    The gas oven is a GE Profile JBSP31WET1WW and is approx 15 years old. Less than a week to Thanksgiving so it's the top priority in the household. I would appreciate any advice in troubleshooting the problem and moving to repair.

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    Hi,

    JBSP31WET1WW
    I cannot get this to work for me....is this a Canadian model?
    http://www.applianceaid.com/model-number.php

    a leak sprung in the aluminum pan, allowing a rapid drip of water to leak into the oven bottom.
    Could have leaked onto the oven hot surface ignitor or the gas safety valve and both of these are electrical parts...which could have shorted damaging the clock/control
    http://www.applianceaid.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff1 View Post
    Hi,



    I cannot get this to work for me....is this a Canadian model?
    http://www.applianceaid.com/model-number.php
    I apologize Jeff1, The correct model # is JGSP31WET1WW - the dot matrix print type makes some characters difficult to read.

    Is there some means of testing and determining if the clock/control has been damaged? Can the control panel be replaced or is this a deal breaker?

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    JGSP31WET1WW
    That one works

    Only major items I can see that might short if they got wet is #315, 315, 318....gas valve, hot surface ignitors, spark module....make sure all are dried out.

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    Is there some means of testing and determining if the clock/control has been damaged?
    If power is coming into it ok but won't turn on or wont respond, should be an issue with the clock/control...

    ...and this gets worse, the control/clock is coming up NLA ( no longer available ).

    Spilled water in oven - control panel failing to switch on bake or broil-oven-control-board-wb27k5187-00572730-jpg LINK> Electronic range control - Not available

    jeff.
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    [QUOTE]...and this gets worse, the control/clock is coming up NLA ( no longer available ).
    /QUOTE]

    Ouch! So it looks like my only choices are to try to send the control panel out to one of these off-site repair services or bite the bullet for a new range...any one have any experience with getting a control panel repaired?

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    So it looks like my only choices are to try to send the control panel out to one of these off-site repair services or bite the bullet for a new range
    Yes, it looks that way.

    any one have any experience with getting a control panel repaired?
    Lately, if we send 10 away, 4 come back not reparable, 4 work ok, 2 have to go back again for warranty...JMO!

    jeff.
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