Oven Sensor Replacement (part #WB21T10007) – GE Electric Range Repair

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Buy part #WB21T10007 now: http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/911001?TSLID=1621 This free troubleshooting video shows step-by-step instructions on replaci…

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nomebear says:

Pulling the range out and removing the back cover is best way to install
the sensor because the plastic connection for the sensor was resting on top
of the electrical connection for the broiler calrod. This could have caused
a serious problem later on.

Joshua Dees says:

Uhm, what exactly is the tool at 0:30? I am legitimately confused as to
what that is.

RepairClinic.com says:

Glad to help! Congrats on a successful repair!

RepairClinic.com says:

It’s a nut driver!

itzli1982 says:

helped me to repair my GE Range! thank you!

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