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F1 error code

Oven was not in operations, but code F1 appeared and oven began beeping. Pressing the "Clear Off" button will temporarily clear the code, but it reappears after a minute or so. I turned the power off to the oven overnight, and the problem reappeared when I restored the power the next day.

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Disconnect the power undo the three screws that hold the panel in place and behind the panel if you look you will see a 1 1/2'' wide electrical ribbon that sends info to and from touch pad .... ok heres the fix what causes the F1 is a short were the ribbon goes through the little metal slot (rubbing ) put some caulk on a business card and carefully put between metal and ribbon (you will only get to push the card in about 1/8'') but this and the caulk will be suff to keep the ribbon shorting, replace panel and screws power back on , it should now be ok

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