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Bad oven temp sensor. If you know how to do so you can disconnect the power and remove the temp sensor. The two white wires to the sensor, ohm it. it must read ~1080 ohms. If not really close to that at room temp then replace sensor.
The F3 error code is usually for a bad oven temp sensor. You will need to disconnect the wiring harness for the temp sensor. Then take a reading with a ohm meter at both connections at sensor. You should get aroun 1100 ohms at room tempature. If the sensor is open(no complete signal) then it is bad and replace it. If the sensor tests good then it is a possible bad control board for range.
i think f3 error code has something to do with the temp probe maybe it is the problem. the temp probe is located if you open the door directly in the back wall. it looks like a prong. should read 1100ohms the f2 error code though usually has something to do with the keypad i would check all the connections maybe they are loose.
F3 is Open oven temperature sensor
circuit, to fix this you need to read oven temperature sensor
circuit at oven temperature sensor ( approx 1000
ohms at room temp); check for cut or pinched wire or loss
of contact, if wirings are ok, then replace the probe.
I have the same problem. I noticed that the oven gets to the selected temp ok. Then when the pilot attempts to RELIGHT, it gets the error F3.
Did you get a solution? After other posts, I will see if the temp sensor is around 1100 ohm as suggested by others.