GE is a manufacturer of appliances for the kitchen, including a line of built-in wall ovens. Built-in wall ovens are hardwired into the electrical system of the home. If you are unable to operate the GE oven, a part of your troubleshooting process may include resetting the appliance. As an example, GE wall ovens have sabbath and delayed start cooking modes that freeze operation of the oven during a set period of time. Once you reset the oven, these modes will be canceled.
Select the "Clear" button on the built-in GE oven. If you simply wish to clear the bake mode that you are currently using, you can usually either select "Clear" or "Stop," depending on the specific model you have.
Switch off the circuit breaker that is controlling the GE built-in oven. Unlike some oven models from GE, you can not simply unplug the model. To stop power from going to the appliance, use the circuit breaker in your home.
Turn the power back on to your GE built-in wall oven. After a minute, use the circuit breaker to restore power. This will reset the model and get rid of any settings that have been previously stored.
Set the clock of your GE built-in oven after you have reset the appliance. To change the time, press the "Clock" button. Then adjust the time by holding down the "+" and "-" keys. Once the time is correct, hit the "Clock" button again. To make any other setting adjustments, press the oven's "Menu" button.