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you have a touch pad issue, whats the model and serial ill look up the part for you, sometimes you can just get the key pad, sometimes comes sa a whole console or as part of the electronic control itself.
you dont fix it its working fine, the fan comes on at a predetermined temp and doesnt shut off unit l cools to a certain temp as well , its to protect electrical components from overheating. every new stove does it has to happen!!
it sounds like the clock on the oven has been adjusted, if the clock has been adjust the fan will continue to "Cool Down" the oven for the period set on the clock, it is also a possibility tht the clock is faulty, is the clock digital or Analouge
i would pull unit out adn look for a bad thermostat on back wall wired inline from bake and broil elemnts, probably tripped during a clean cycle or something got to hot, common for oven to shut down because of bad safety thermo, yet stovetop function without interuption
F1 Defective touch pad or membrane Replace touch pad or membrane (this problem is usually the touch pad)
F1 Watchdog on board Replace touch pad or clock assembly (also called the ERC)
BUT you also need to check the Oven Temperature Sensors
The Oven Temperature Sensors should read room temperature, 70°F, the resistance is 1000-1200 ohms. make sure you pull off the wires to measure the sensor's resistance and it reads open it is bad. and you will have to replace it too. hope this helps.