Question about Maytag MGS5770 Gas Kitchen Range
F3 is a failure in the oven sensor circuit. That circuit being from the ERC outlet pin to the harness, to the sensor and back to the ERC return pin. Could be a bad sensor that is failing under heat conditions, or possibly a connection that is failing as the unit heats and it expands. The temp of the sensor at room temp is 1050-1100 0hms and goes up 100 ohms for every 50 degrees from there. If you can get it to fail, and ohm it out, you will know for sure. I will tell you a sensor is a heck of a lot cheaper then an ERC and is more likely the culprit. Here is the sensor to order.
Posted on Dec 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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