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My whirlpool oven electronic pad flashing f3eo

What is f3eo My oven has the same error code F3EO. What does it mean and how do I fix it?

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The error code E0 F3 indicates that the oven temperature sensor in your range is open. This error code can also mean that the electronic oven control in your range has failed. Disconnect the electricity to your range for 2-3 minutes. This will reset your control if it is just confused.

If the error code persists someone needs to access the back of the electronic oven control and read the resistance of the oven temperature sensor. The sensor is connected to terminals P3-5 and P3-6 on the electronic oven control by two violet wires. The sensor should read around 1100 ohms at 70 degrees
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If the sensor reads more than 100 ohms more or less than 1100 it is defective. If the sensor reads within 100 ohms of 1100, the electronic oven control has failed and will need to be replaced.

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