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Frigdaire wall oven fault code 3

Thanks for your help, where is the temp sensor located?

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The temp witch is at the back of the oven when you look inside. At first glance It looks like around piece of metal sticking out of the back of the oven. sually secured with two stainless steel screws. For the stand alone the connections are is usually accessed from the back after taking off the back panel.

Disconnect power from the stove before opening the back

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Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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