What does it mean when the oven is on than it's ringing and the light is flashing showing F2 and F3 on the screen simultaneously? I had to turn it off for a while and back on again. I did this for 2 hours (Off and On)
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F4 Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted Replace Oven temperature sensor (RTD)
The F2, F3 and F4 codes refer to problems with the oven temperature
sensor or the keypad. If you see the two-digit F2 code, it means your
keypad has shorted and the ERC must be replaced. The four-digit F2-E0
code means that the oven temperature is too high. Test the door lock and
the relay operation, and correct as necessary. A two-digit F3 code
means an open temperature sensor or thermal fuse, so those parts must be
replaced. A four-digit F3-E0, F3-E1, F3-E2 or F3-E3 code or a two-digit
F4 code means that either the oven is registering as too hot or the
temperature sensor has shorted. Either way, the oven temperature sensor
must be replaced.
F2 - E0 Shorted keypad (also called touch pad) 1. Check keypad connector for firm connection (keypad connects to control board). 2. Press CANCEL. If error code returns after 60 seconds, replace keypad (also called touch pad or membrane switch). Some models incorporate keypad in to control board as one unit. In this case, replace control board (also called ERC or clock). F2 - E1 Keypad cable unplugged F2 - E5 Cancel key drive line open F2 - E6 Cancel key drive line open F3 - E0 Oven temperature sensor (RTD) opened (upper oven, if double oven) Replace Oven temperature sensor (RTD)
Note: Applies to all F3-E... codes. F3 - E1 Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted (upper oven, if double oven) F3 - E2 Oven temperature is too high (Cook mode) F3 - E3 Oven temperature is too high (Clean mode) F3 - E4 Oven temperature sensor (RTD) opened (lower oven, if double oven) F3 - E5 Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted (lower oven, if double oven) F3 - E6 Warming drawer sensor open F3 - E7 Warming drawer sensor shorted
Oven temperature is too high
1. Look for welded relay contacts on bake or broil relays. If this happens, replace oven control (also called clock or ERC). 2. For SELF CLEAN models: check door lock operation. 3. Look for a high resistance connection or any other cause of high resistance in the oven temperature sensor circuit. Check sensor, sensor harness and sensor harness connection at sensor and oven control. Replace sensor if found defective.
Remember: Oven control (ERC) measures resistance of sensor circuit, not actual oven temperature.
Oven temperature sensor (RTD) open
Replace Oven temperature sensor (RTD)
Well here's the details about those codes: F2 :- 1. The oven temp has risen above 665F and the door is not locked or 2. The temp has risen above 965F with the door locked
1. Check oven temp in mode that failure occurred. Replace EOC (Electronic Oven Control) if above limits F3:- Oven temperature sensor is open (above 3000 ohms)
Check resistance of oven temperature sensor, check for open wiring between oven temperature sensor
Find the paper in the envelope on the back of the stove. (Behind the console.) This will tell you what those fault codes mean. Be sure to replace the paper. If it is needed again, that is where a technician will look for it.