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Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair:30 - 60 mins
ToolsScrew drivers, Wrench set
CustomerKeith from Mercer Island, WA
The switch for the stovetop fluorescent light failed.
It took only ten minutes to locate the correct replacement switch for my 20+ year old GE range on the PartSelect website, and only two days for it to arrive at my home. After removing the rear panel behind the control module, it became apparent that there were clips on each side that held the glass front panel in place. I removed the screws for each clip and the thumbscrews on the two front-mounted switches, and the glass panel came free easily. Wiring for the new switch was simple plug-and-play (4 leads), and reassembly was a snap. I was VERY careful with the glass front panel, which is NLA as a replacement part.