Parts For 30 Yr Old GE Range
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Doc -- Monday, 13 January 2003, at 5:30 p.m.
Do you have any suggestions for a dependable seller of spare parts for an old GE stove? My parents have a 1972 (ish) GE Mark 27 drop-in range (Model JM99007HT) and we're looking to replace the door lock switch (which is hooked to the self-cleaning mechanism).
Or a way to bypass the switch so the self-cleaning feature can be utilized without worring about not being able to open the oven. :)
In advance, thanks for any information!
Dan O. -- Tuesday, 14 January 2003, at 1:39 p.m.
: Do you have any suggestions for a dependable
: seller of spare parts for an old GE stove?
The company linked below should be able to get any parts that are still available.
: My parents have a 1972 (ish) GE Mark 27
: drop-in range (Model JM99007HT) and we're
: looking to replace the door lock switch
: (which is hooked to the self-cleaning
There are 2 switches that appear to be mounted on the door locking mechanism. One is part number WB24X131 the other is called "latch slide switch" and is # WB24X130. If you need the lock assembly, it is # WB14X5035 but doesn't appear to include the switches.
: Or a way to bypass the switch so the
: self-cleaning feature can be utilized
: without worring about not being able to open
: the oven.
I do not recommend bypassing any safety device especially on a self cleaning range whose oven temperature can reach up to 900°F during a self clean cycle. That could be very dangerous!
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