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U have a bad clock or your probe inside of oven is bad.I would replace your probe first .it looks like a rod sticking out inside back upper top .f7 I believe means its not reading up temp and getting to hot
I have the double wall ovens. The lower oven read door lock & flashed F7. Check to make sure the lock is not sticking out a bit, it is on the left side of the oven. I'm not sure if this is what the f7 fault code is, but it worked for me :)
The F7 error code indicates that one or more potentiometers (burner switches) are not connected properly or that you have one or more failed potentiometers. The specific details of this failure code are provided in the second image below. This is an excerpt from the technical information for this range. Normally, a service technician would be needed to conduct the troubleshooting and diagnosis for this type of failure. If you are completely confident in your technical ability to safely unplug the range and access these potentiometers (54 in the third image example) you may be able to check for loose or broken wires that could be causing this code. If no loose wires are found, then you will likely need to have a technician find and replace a failed potentiometer.
I have a double oven GE Profile. The error message FO appeared. I shut off the circuit breaker for 30 minutes or more and the oven works but without warning FO reappears. FO message means there is short in the clear Off touch button. The only solution replace the complete panel. My cost delivered $328. Ouch!
ovenman, there's not a complete model number here but in the Kenmore line F7 is the code for a stuck function switch or bad keypad. Makes sense that it's telling you to start the lower oven. Try removing the ribbon cable from the board and cleaning the ends with an eraser. Reseat it and see if the code comes back. Make sure to kill the power before doing this. Catriver..post back.