Question about Frigidaire Ovens
Only the inside light comes on. i'm getting no code or anything on the front panel. any suggestions?
If you have an electric meter check the power input to L1 on the board to the neutral on the board. if you are getting 120 there then the board should light up. if it is not lighting up and you have no response from the keys on the board then you need a new board. if you are getting a response from the keys then set the bake and make sure you are getting 120 off the bake terminal (usually a yellow wire) if you are getting 120 volts out of the board and the oven wont heat you may need a new element. make sure to check all wiring and if you need assistance locating or following wires i can help in the online chat help. if you have your model number i can tell you where to check for exact voltages.
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Nov 07, 2012 | Whirlpool Ovens
The error code message F3 E0 indicates an open oven sensor circuit. This is the component that regulates the oven temperature.
First disconnect electrical power to the range. Pull the range out & remove the rear panel to the control area. Unplug the 2 violet wires on P3 5-6. You will need to have a meter for testing, set the meter to read ohms (resistance). Place the leads from the multimeter across the 2 violet wires, the meter should read 1080ohms if the sensor is good. If you do not get the correct reading you will need to replace the oven temp sensor.
The oven temp sensor is mounted to the inside of the oven cavity. You will need to remove the lower section of the rear panel to access the sensor connector. Unplug the sensor & slide it back into the oven cavity to remove & replace.
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