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F2 code on display

Well been through the manual trouble shooting guide. Disconnected power and retest. OK for about a week. Had a repair man come out to look at it $300 and a sensor later. Worked for 2 weeks. F2 is back and Supposed to be an "overheat code" but oven is not getting hot. What do I do. Another $300 and I could buy a good stove!! Any thoughts on what to do?

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  • poxie Mar 12, 2009

    I have the same problem with the F2 code and have tried the disconnect which seems to be only a temporary solution. How do I fix it?

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I would think that a reputable repair service would stand behind their work. I would call them to ask what their policy is for a situation such as yours. Be specific and ask what you may or may not be responsible to pay if they come back. Good Luck.

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