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10-RJ34A General Electric Range - Overview

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Silicone Door Gasket – Part Number: WB2X5103
Silicone Door Gasket
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PartSelect #: PS242422
Manufacturer #: WB2X5103
This gasket seals the oven/range door.
$21.37
  In Stock
DISCONTINUED – Part Number: WB24K2
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PartSelect #: PS236568
Manufacturer #: WB24K2
  No Longer Available
Bake Element (15" long x 15.5" wide) – Part Number: WB44X5019
Bake Element (15" long x 15.5" wide)
PartSelect #: PS249442
Manufacturer #: WB44X5019
This fixed ceramic style bake element is 15 inches long and 15-1/2 inches wide. Use it for your GE brand electric oven.   No Longer Available
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PartSelect #: PS235960
Manufacturer #: WB21X5212
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ELMNT-BROL – Part Number: CH45X5020
ELMNT-BROL
PartSelect #: PS406747
Manufacturer #: CH45X5020
  No Longer Available
DISCONTINUED – Part Number: WB9X5018
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PartSelect #: PS257103
Manufacturer #: WB9X5018
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DISCONTINUED – Part Number: WB19X109
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PartSelect #: PS670071
Manufacturer #: WB19X109
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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....
Parts Used:
Silicone Door Gasket
  • William from SAN DIEGO, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers
3 of 3 people found this instruction helpful.
worn out gasket
Used a putty knife and dental pick to remove old gasket remnants and installed new gasket with putty knife and thumb pressure
Parts Used:
Silicone Door Gasket
  • Jon from Bishop, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins