Question about Kitchen Ranges
F3 is the oven temperature sensor, F31 may be a similar code. If you are comfortable with your own repairs, you can remove the panel covering the controls and check the connection to the oven temperature sensor. Remove power to the over before removing any panel. Once the panel is off, make sure all connectors are firmly seated, connect and disconnect the plugs ensure a good connection. If this does not resolve the issue, try Appliance Parts Pros to order a replacement sensor. The wiring diagram that shows what color wires are the temperature sensor is usually secured to the back of the range, inside the storage drawer, or inside one of the service panels.
Otherwise, you will need to call a tech to repair the problem.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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