Question about Magic Chef CGR3742 Gas Kitchen Range
Our oven gives an F3 code, which google tells me is a bad RTD. I took out the two mounting screws, but the wire does not pull forward far enough for me to unplug it. Do I have to pull out the range and remove the back to get to the connector (that will be a serious pain), or is there a trick to fishing the wire further into the oven?
Had to pull out the range. Replacing the sensor fixed it, so dinner was hot, and life is good. -- Jim
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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