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Error message An error 3 message appeared in the middle of cooking, and now nothing works but the clock. You can't turn the oven off, on, or do anything at all.

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Webgenie, the code should read F3, which indicates a open oven sensor (over 2900 ohms). The sensor should ohm out at 1080 ohms at room temp. Best thing to do is replace the oven temp. sensor. Easy back.

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