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F3 F3 F3

I try to turn my oven on and all i get the F3

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F3 code means "The oven temperature sensor is open". Check for open wire connection between EOC (Electronic Oven Control - Clock) and the oven temperature sensor. Replace sensor if no wiring problem.
If your not sure how to do this, I recommend calling a professional to get it fixed.

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