Question about Ovens
We used the powerman fix for the "dreaded F7 error". That problem was about 5 months ago. Now we keep getting an F0 error. In your F7 fix you stated that F0 is usually a shorted off key. What does this mean and what part has to be replaced?
I had a F0 showing up on my GE oven's display (model number - JTP15WA5WW). Reading postings on different forums, I opened up the display and disconnected the plastic strip cable and inserted it back in after a few minutes. That did not help so I thought the display (which costs about $220 in geappliances.com) was faulty. You cannot believe what I did to fix it!! I opened up the cable again and with my nails I kinda scratched the bare contacts that connect with the electric socket and that fixed it. There was some kind of debris coating the bare end of the terminals. My wife loves me more than ever before!!!!
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
It Worked! Thanks. I took a very fine piece of sandpaper and roughed up the end and put a piece of paper between the ribbon and metal where the ribbon enters the metal. Every thing is back to normal. Thanks to the post I saved 163.69 from Appliancepartspros.com
I hope my update helps someone else. My wife loves me even more now!
We are thankful!
Posted on Oct 07, 2012
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