Question about Whirlpool RF365 Electric Kitchen Range
First saw F3E2 a couple of weeks ago, but did not initially notice any operational impact. Just tonight, oven beeped in alarm and quickly overheated burning the food. Is there a way to trouble shoot to determine if the problem is temp sensor, control board, etc. without just blindly replacing parts hoping to fix it?
I'd start with testing the oven sensor that if that is bad it wont be horrible because you'll have no problem replacing it yourself less than $100. That is where I'd start let me know if it works. Good Luck.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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