1960? GE Wall Oven Need Parts

Pekkerwood

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Model Number: J752T1BC
Brand: GE
Age: More than 10 years

I have a GE Wall oven and cooktop that appear to be from 1960 ish. I would like to replace the elements both bake and broil and the racks are missing. I copied the model number is closely as I could see it but it was difficult as it is quite worn.

Thank you for any assistance available.

PWood
 

Dan O.

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Can you post a picture of the ID tag? Maybe we can make out something you can't?

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Dan O.

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Replacement elements still available

I copied the model number is closely as I could see it but it was difficult as it is quite worn.
You were pretty good reading the model number, better than I managed. J752T1BC is a valid model. I looked it up, its parts list is dated Sept.1959.

I would like to replace the elements both bake and broil and the racks are missing.
You're also pretty lucky replacement elements are still available. The broil is usually rarer and a replacement for that one is more expensive.

LINK > <a href="http://www.appliance411.com/data.php?ap=WB44X5099" target="411">GE J752T1BC Replacement Bake Element</a>

LINK > <a href="http://www.appliance411.com/data.php?ap=WB45X56" target="411">J752T1BC Broil Element</a>

The racks being far less common replacement components however are not. The original oven shelf # WB48X36 was replaced by # WB48X56 but it looks to be NLA. I did happen to locate 2 used ones.

LINK > <a href="http://www.appliance411.com/data.php?eb=WB48X56" target="411">GE J752T1BC Oven Rack</a>

If you had a sample, some might be able to be custom fabricated for you. That would likely be more expensive though.

Dan O.
 
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Pekkerwood

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My Goodness! Thank you so much. Your efforts saved me many hours of wondering in the digital desert!


Thank you,

PWood
 
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