Wiring A Clock Timer for GE gas range XL44?

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Unhappy Wiring A Clock Timer for GE gas range XL44?


Does anyone have a GE gas standalone stove with an electric oven or work with this appliance? It's the SPECTRA line GE PROFILE XL44 it's the self cleaning range with digital operation for baking etc. I unplugged the coloured wires on the clock timer under the back plate because it was beeping F7 error incessantly and now I've misplaced my wiring diagram to plug it back in-don't which colour wire goes where and there is no indication in my manual.
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Hello Natty1 and Welcome to the Do It Yourself Web Site and my Gas Appliances topic.

Below are the codes for General Electrics ovens. If you corrected the problem for the code that was indicated on the LED, (see lest below) you should be able to obtain the wiring diagram from the local appliance parts dealer who is in your area.

If the problem still exists, the code will reappear once the clock is wired back into the system. If you need to fix or determine the cause of the problem, the local appliance parts store should be able to help.

Retail parts dealers and appliances parts stores can also help determine what the possible problem may be based upon that specific brand and model. Bring the make, model and serial numbers. Dealers and appliances parts stores are listed in the phone book.

General Electric-Hotpoint-RCA: Oven Fault Codes:

F0 & F1 Failed Thermistor Control Replace ERC
F2 Oven Temp Exceeds 590 with unlocked door High resistance in Sensor, likely a bad sensor
F3 Open Sensor circuit Open (blown) sensor fuse or bad Sensor
F4 Shorted wire or Sensor locate short and correct it
F7-A Function pad button stuck Clean and unstick
F7-B Bad Clock Replace Clock
F8 Electrical component failure Replace ERC
F9 Program with door circuit Check wiring

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