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F7 Alarm I have a GE Profile JTP56 and got the dreaded F7 alarm. After some internet research, and I found the schematic in the oven (can't afford a tech to come out right now), I came to the conclusion that with that alarm, I had to replace the oven control. So after realizing the part was approx 300.00, I grabbed one on Ebay, reputable seller, guaranteed to work. The part was new in the box and part # is WB27K5272, exactly what I needed. Well, I was able to install it myself and was thrilled to see that it worked! Up until this point, I have been grilling for 2 months. So, when I used it the first time all was well until about an hour into it and the lower oven control timer kept appearing like it wanted me to set a time for something. I messed with it and it disappeared, however the old part started failing this way as well before I got the F7 alarm. I have been able to make a roast beef and 1 batch of cookies, and awoke at 4:00 this AM to the dreaded F7 alarm again. I don't know if you can help, but it's Christmas, I need an oven, and can't afford to have someone come out. They want 75.00 to just come out and I have 2 kids I have to buy Christmas presents for. Any help is appreciated. I sure do hope to hear from you soon. Thanks so much, Holly Please email me if you have a moment and if not...Happy Holidays

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Re: F7 Alarm

I've had the same problem over and over again. I have had some results with turning the circuit off for a short while and then turning it back on but unfortunately this doesn't correct the entire problem because it comes back. I am going on my 3rd control panel.

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Re: F7 Alarm

Holly, the info I have on the F7 states that it might be a problem with the touch panel, shorted matrix or start key. Try unplugging the touch pad ribbon from the main board and cleaning the end with an eraser. See if the error returns after that. back.

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