General Electric Range Seals and Gaskets

General Electric Appliance Parts
Shop By Part Type

Popular General Electric Range Seals and Gaskets

Your Price
$52.01
  In Stock
Range Oven Door Gasket
★★★★★
★★★★★
(9)
PartSelect Number PS8753695
Manufacturer Part Number WB04T10086
The oven door gasket creates a seal between the oven door and the opening of the oven to prevent heat from escaping when the oven is closed.
Installation Instructions
JUDITH from DANVILLE, NH
Oven door gasket needed replacement
Replacement was extremely easy. The new part fit perfectly and installed very easily without tools. Also, I received the part within a few days Read more...
Your Price
$45.69
  In Stock
Door Gasket
★★★★★
★★★★★
(8)
PartSelect Number PS1019820
Manufacturer Part Number WB04T10050
This oven door gasket prevents heat from escaping the oven cavity when in use.
Installation Instructions
mary from MODESTO, CA
replaced gasket on oven door
followed video exactly Read more...
Your Price
$63.73
  In Stock
Oven Door Gasket
★★★★★
★★★★★
(11)
PartSelect Number PS11759723
Manufacturer Part Number W10877014
This part is the replacement door gasket for your oven. It is made of gray rubber and is sold individually. The door gasket runs along the circumference of the oven door and creates a seal that insulates the oven and keeps heat in. If your oven will not heat up properly, or if you notice that the door gasket has become loose or worn, it may need to be replaced. To replace the door gasket, you will need to remove the retaining bracket at the bottom of the oven door, then carefully pull the gasket away from the front of the oven cavity. Then, push the new gasket inside the groove on the outside of the oven cavity, securing it with the arrowhead fasteners that are built in to the oven cavity. This is an OEM part from the manufacturer.
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
Ralph from Green Bay, WI
Original oven gasket had discolored and deteriated, mainly due to use of oven cleaner.
I removed the bottom gasket retainer , single screw, with a screwdriver. The old gasket just pulls away. I cleaned the area under the old gasket with soap and water. I installed the new gasket whcih easily slips in place with the already installed retainer wires into the pre drilled holes.

Viola. Lokks like new.
Read more...
Your Price
$41.36
  In Stock
Door Gasket
★★★★★
★★★★★
(3)
PartSelect Number PS250264
Manufacturer Part Number WB4K1
Installation Instructions
Robert from New York, NY
Door gasket broken up
It took considerable time to remove the door and take it completely apart so the gasket could be inserted, and time again to reassemble properly. The gasket (though the no. was confirmed before ordering) was 3" too short so I had to cut some off the old gasket to make do (not entirely effectively). Read more...
Your Price
$10.02
  In Stock
SEAL CNTL (Black)
★★★★★
★★★★★
(1)
PartSelect Number PS952314
Manufacturer Part Number WB04T10042
Your Price
$13.49
  In Stock
GASKET GAS MT FRT (Black)
PartSelect Number PS1019261
Manufacturer Part Number WB04T10059
Your Price
$64.43
  In Stock
Door Gasket
★★★★★
★★★★★
(5)
PartSelect Number PS227138
Manufacturer Part Number WB04T10022
This gasket is used to seal the oven door. This Is Approx 73" Long For 84" Long Order PS227119
Installation Instructions
Michael from Shapleigh, ME
Damaged oven door gasket
Very easy repair. The gasket ends are stuffed into slots right below the oven window and the gasket is held in with small wire clips that pop into holes in the door. Just pull the old gasket off, no tools. Install the gasket starting by stuffing one end into the slot mentioned above until the first clip lines up with the first small hole. Then insert each successive clip into the corresponding holes. Then use a slot screwdriver to stuff the other end of the gasket into the second slot. No sweat. Read more...
Your Price
$10.98
  In Stock
Burner Gasket
PartSelect Number PS227129
Manufacturer Part Number WB04T10012
Installation Instructions
Michael from Weatogue, CT
No spark at one burner
Other writers have claimed that this is a "really easy" job. They apparently had one or more of: 1. Less used appliance. 2. Never spilled anything on the cooktop 3. Much better luck. In my case, the apparently faulty igniter absolutely would not pull out. I removed it by removing the burner retaining screws and prying under the burner casting. Having done that, I cleaned the igniter and tested it again. None of the igniters worked, and I could hear arcing under the cooktop, indicating one or more of the igniter HV wires had somehow grounded. After a fruitless search for instructions on raising the cooktop, I stumbled upon an envelope glued to the back of the range that told me to remove all four burners and igniters and to release the cooktop by inserting a thin screwdriver under the front edge about 3" from each end to release the spring clips. Several of the igniters were cemented in place with caramelized sugar and required some pretty vigorous prying to dislodge. If I had this to do again on a range that had been ridden hard, I wouldproactively order a full set of gaskets (they're fragile), the HV harness (even if it doesn't leak as mine did, the igniter connectors degrade from heat exposure), a set of electrode mounting clips (none of them were much use either), and enough igniters to replace any that don't work plus at least one. I pried out the recalcitrant igniters; in retrospect I should have crushed them because of the severe risk imposed by prying of breaking either a burner casting or the cooktop -- either of which are far more expensive than another igniter. Read more...
Your Price
$6.26
  In Stock
GASKET OVEN LIGHT
PartSelect Number PS223461
Manufacturer Part Number WB02T10027
Your Price
$21.37
  In Stock
Silicone Door Gasket
★★★★★
★★★★★
(3)
PartSelect Number PS242422
Manufacturer Part Number WB2X5103
This gasket seals the oven/range door.
Installation Instructions
William from SAN DIEGO, CA
Old gasket (seal) broken and leaking
The oven is 70 years old and used several times a week so getting it to come apart wasn't working.
Used a light oil and some thinner to work loose the old seal, which was stuck pretty good, removed it by lightly prying the seal lip wider and pulling it out, mostly piece by piece. The worked in the new one and became of the light oil, it went in rather easy. Had to trim an inch or so from each end and wiped down and cleaned up. No more problems....
Read more...

Related Parts