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F3 display on ge xl44 model oven

What does this message mean??? i have no flames at all in my oven.

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The stove is detecting a temperarute issue. replace your rtd sensor. if the problem remains replace the control. if your slide your sange out then on the back of it should be a tech sheet with this information.

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