Some sixty-plus hours ago we were baking pizza at our usual 550 degree temp in our gas oven when the F2 signal flashed on in our clock display. Simultaneously, the stove began to emit a very high-pitched sound that resembles the ringing in your ears. Well, we have done everything from removing the oven sensor to turning off the power to the ENTIRE house, but the sound will not stop. AAArrrrgggghhhh! No pun intended, but has anyone ever heard of such a thing? While some have suggested that this is powered by a battery somewhere, why would Hotpoint power an oven alarm but not the clock? We have ordered a new oven sensor, but it has yet to arrive.
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Good afternoon. F2 for hotpoint means oven temp sensor thinks oven exceeded 650 degrees .Did that happen? Probably not so have your sensor checked or replaced. It should be a probe device in oven back wall.
Hi There I have found the code for and hope this helps you.let me know how it goes.
oven temp above 590 degrees F
connection in oven temperature sensor circuit.
Range Control (ERC) - Welded bake relay contactsThank you for writing to fix ya. Best Regards Richard
you shouldnt need to adjust the burners for a temp problem. the control has a built in calibration setting and it should be described in your owners manual. if you dont have the manual, then try to set the oven temp to max, 550, and then hold the bake button in for 10 to 30 seconds. after that it should beep and show you a 2 digit number like 00. that is the calibration mode, then you can adjust it up or down +/- 35 degrees. try to make a small adjustment first like 10 degrees and see how it bakes. if it takes too long to bake, then use + degrees, if it is burning things then lower -10 degrees. hope that helps you.
The Taylor oven thermometer you bought is decent at best. It is most likely the sensor inside the oven. Has your clock displayed any fault codes? F, followed by a number? Changing the sensor will probably correct the problem.
set the oven to 550 degres
hold the bake button until you see the temp go to zero
push the temp select up until it changes in five degree increments to the desired bump up in temp you can raise it or lower it up or down by 35 degrees in five degree increments, once you have the desired adjustment it will revert back to normal on the controls screen readout
check the oven temp and adjust as necessary, this info is available in your users manual as well.
The F2 is the code for the board seeing a temp higher than 600 degrees. It could be one of two things. The temp sensor is out of range, extreme high resistance. If you ohm it out it should read approx 1100 ohms at room temp. The other would be a welded bake relay on the board itself. Check the temp sensor first. If you are getting the F2 in the cleaning cycle, check the temp sensor, welded clean cycle contacts on the board or both contacts on the lock switch are closed at the same time. This is for the model posted JGBP90.