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GE oven not heating properly

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Tailspin:
Hi, I have a GE range and the oven is not heating properly.  I baked a meatloaf last night and it took too long for the meat to get to the proper temp.  Today, I tried to bake a pizza at 400 (just like last Friday) and the pizza looked like it had only been in for about 2 minutes at the 13 min mark.  I turned up the temp to 450 and the cheese began to melt and brown after about 10 min, but the bottom of the pizza was still rubbery and uncooked.  When I open the oven, I do not feel the heat like I used to.  Also, only the top of the pizza showed signs of heat, not the bottom.  Any ideas?  This oven is 20 years old this month.

Model JSC27GJ

JWWebster:
well your bake element is either gonna be good or bad no in between. If it broils ok then your breaker probably is fine. Must be the oven control.

Tailspin:
What is the oven control?  I'm looking for the part at repairclinic.com

whirlpooltech:
I tried looking up your model number at repairclinic, but it seems you are missing some numbers.

Could you double check the model number?
Look at the model/serial number tag on the oven for the complete model number.


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Should look something like this.





Tailspin:
JSC27G0J4BG is the serial number

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