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Old 12-16-2010, 11:43 PM
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I am unable to locate the model number on my GE double oven. The house was built in 1984 and I suspect this is the original oven. I was able to cross reference the numbers on the bake and broil elements. I recently replaced both. Now I need to replace the temperature probe but I do not have the part number. It measures 10 3/4" long and here is what it looks like . . .

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Old 12-17-2010, 05:57 AM
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Looks like this will be more that a modern temperature sensor.
Probably is an integral part of the oven thermostat.

Try to get a manufacturers number off the part.
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The two numbers on the probe are #PS235170 and PS235127
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The first part number cross referenced to AP2623073. Do I need the entire assembly or can the probe be ordered separately?
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Do I need the entire assembly or can the probe be ordered separately?

It must be purchased as an assembly.
The probe cannot be separated from the thermostat.
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The two numbers on the probe are #PS235170 and PS235127


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PS235170 is
Part number: AP2623073

Part number: AP2623073


PS235127 is
Part number: AP2633815

Part number: AP2633815

Looking at the models this is used on they all are gas units.

I cannot explain why it has both numbers.
Perhaps compare the above with the one in the unit.
If you click on the first picture it will give you more views.
Also mention this when calling AppliancePartsPros, they may have a better description.
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Thank you so much
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