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I understand your Frigidaire wall oven is flashing a F10 code and not heating up. Based off of that information an F10 code stands for a runaway temperature, which could be an issue with a sensor probe or oven control. It could possibly be a miscommunication with the board and that could be cleared out by resetting your appliance. To reset your appliance disconnect power to it by unplugging the oven or flipping the household circuit breaker for ten minutes. If that step does not resolve your issue and you continue to receive the F10 code I would recommend contacting a technician to come and repair your appliance. I hope this information is helpful. -Matt
Good Morning Dave, thank you for allowing me to assist you!
If you are getting error code F10, it typically means that your range is experiencing an issue with the runaway temperature (overheating). One of the best ways to determine if this is a false error code is to reset the power to your range by either unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker off for about ten minutes. If the error code persists, I would be advisable to reach out to a professional to proceed further. Most likely the RTD (Resistance Temperature Detector) or the EOC (electronic oven control) will need replacing. Hope this helps!
Hi, the F10 indicates that the electronic oven control board senses a runaway temperature condition in the oven through the oven sensor circuit. This can be caused by a faulty oven temperature sensor probe or a failed electronic control board. Oven temperature is detected by the control board as it monitors the resistance through the oven temperature sensor circuit. You could have a failed oven temperature sensor, a wiring harness failure, an open thermal switch or a failed electronic oven control board that would cause this problem. The first component to check would normally be the oven temperature sensor probe. If you have a volt/ohm meter, you can shut off the breaker for the range and remove the screws that mount this sensor to the back wall of the oven. Carefully pull the wire harness into the oven cavity until you get to the wire harness disconnect plug. You should have enough slack to pull it this far into the oven. Disconnect the sensor but do not let the wire harness retract back through the back wall of the oven or it will be hard to reconnect. Measure the resistance of the oven temperature sensor with your volt/ohm meter. At room temperature, the resistance should measure around 1100 ohms. The resistance chart is shown in the image below.
If the resistance is above 2200 ohms at room temperature, then the sensor probe is causing the F10 error code and will need to be replaced.
You can order a new sensor probe from the Sears PartsDirect website. The part number for the sensor is 316217002.
If the resistance is normal, then one of the other causes mentioned above is producing your F10 code. You would need to access the electronic oven control board (Timer) in the console and check the resistance at the sensor circuit connection to the control board as the next step in troubleshooting this problem.
"F10: Runaway Temperature. SUGGESTED CORRECTIVE ACTION 1. (F10 only) Check RTD Sensor Probe & replace if necessary. If oven is overheating, disconnect power. If oven continues to overheat when the power is reapplied, replace EOC. Severe overheating may require the entire oven to be replaced should damage be extensive."