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F7 screens flash and beep,but not every time we use range

Had the control board replaced,but 2 days later had the same problem.Still waiting for tech to solve . A few days ago had frigidaire repair here to see prob,and of course the lights and beeps didn't happen! Last night started a chicken roast,had in oven 9min and got F7 again . When you shut off power to oven and in a few minutes turn it back on ,the F7 come back on and will not let the oven start again. I finished the roast on my outdoor grill. Waiting for Help!!

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There's a lot of info missing here, but any tech should be able to tell you what the F7 indicates. Each F code indicates a specific problem. In my case, an F-1 indication which says the circuit board has a problem, was resolved easily by fixing a problem with the momentary contact convection oven switch. You may have a faulty switch like that which could be causing the problem--in all likelihood, it was NOT a circuit board problem. If it was, then it was caused by another problem somewhere else, and they owe you a new circuit board, and a repair on whatever is causing the circuit board to fail. But more than likely they owe you a refund for the board you bought, and a fix on whatever is causing the problem....

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