Question about Whirlpool GY396 Electric Kitchen Range
I get this fault code after 20+ min of oven use of just top range. The fault code changes to E0 F3 after few more minutes. Does any one has any idea what is wrong?
F3 code correlates to oven temperature. Either the oven temperature sensor is malfunctioning or the over-limit switch is open. This is usually the result of using the self-clean mode and the over-limit switch gets stuck open. It has to be replaced...not too bad of a job if you have some mechanical/electrical knowledge. Ask parts supplier for a schematic so location can be visualized (inside top cavity on oven wall with a couple of wires. Also, Sears carries parts for these ovens. Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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