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Range - Spectra and XL44

Some ranges have had marketing names, such as Spectra and XL44, printed on their control panels. These names were given to denote a particular feature or set of features. The name XL44 was given because of the extra large oven cavity, which was 4.4 cubic feet and one of the largest oven cavities on the market today. Spectra was given to denote features such as a 5.0 cubic foot oven, true temp system, bake element type, etc.

Spectra and XL44 are not the model numbers for your range and will not work in a search if used to look up owner's manual, installation instructions or parts. If you would like to find your true model number, I would recommend that you visit the site below for assistance:

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Examples of what a Spectra or XL44 model number may look like are:

Spectra

JB970, JB960, JB940 JBP95, JBP90, JBP85, JBP79, JBP78, JBP66, JBP65, JBP48, JBP35, JBP30, JBP26, JBP24 JGBP90, JGBP86, JGBP85, JGBP79, JGBP35, JGBP30, JGBP28, JGBP27 JGB920, JGB910

XL44

JGBS15, JGBS17, JGBS23, JGBS22, JGBS21, JGBS20, JGBS04 JGBP35, JGBP30, JGBP28, JGBP27, JGBP26, JGBP24 JGBC20, JGBC17

Owner's Manuals

You can download a free copy of your Owner's Manual and/or Installation Instructions from the GE appliances website after you have found your model number.

Parts

If you would like to Purchase a part, please contact our GE Parts Center at 1.800.626.2002 or purchase a part on-line.

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