Question about Hotpoint RGB745 Gas Kitchen Range
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.
I found the solution. The mercury light (according to my land lord) has crude and build up on it. This was located beneath the oven in the broiler. When it was cleaned the ringing stopped.
Posted on May 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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