I have a barely over 1 year old (delivered 12/26/2011) GE electric baking/convection oven. The oven started running hot right before holiday baking time. I have a mercury thermometer in my oven showing that any time I set the temperature over 350 degrees, the oven went well over 400 degrees, pushing 450. I could see cookies toasting before my eyes. Also, I measured -37 degress using my husband's grill thermometer.
GE honored their 1 year warranty because they could not send a repairman out before Christmas. The control panel was replaced on January 3. Then the thermostat was replaced on January 11. The oven was calibrated to -30 degrees; the max is -35.
Now GE Customer Service staff are saying they will not honor the warranty, but will honor the 30 day repair warranty on the thermostat and control panel. They're due for a third visit on Friday.
My husband and I spent about $1500 on this range/oven. I would never have purchased the GE Profile Range or spent that much money on this if I'd known I'd have so much trouble within a year.
There is a federal law named Manguson-Moss Warranty Act. If the oven doesn't work and cannot be repaired, it has to be replaced or a refund provided. I contacted HH Gregg, where I purchased the range. They said there have to be four attempts to repair the oven before they will replace it.