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Beeping, f0 reading

I don't don't know what f0 means. I can't find my manual. I having constant beeping with the face reading f0 and sometimes f7. thanks for your time, Judy

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  • ge_blowz Apr 23, 2008

    I have a GE profile smooth top stove with flat panel control for the oven. A couple hours after finishing some baking, the oven starts to beep and the F0 code appears. I left it for a couple of hours and begun hitting random buttons. The keypad started to respond so I tried to turn the oven on, which it did. Today, I wanted to self clean the oven. I set it to the 4hr cycle and it began. However, after about 30 minutes, it started beeping again, and it displayed the same error code again. My husband turned off the main breaker for 40 minutes and after doing so, the oven display came back on without the error code, so I started the self clean cycle again. It stopped and showed the error code again and will not function. The stove top does work though. What does the F0 error code mean, and how much $$ am I looking at to fix it? PS- this is barely 4 yrs old along with my other GE profile appliances in my home. All but the dryer have had issues. I am very disappointed at the cost of these appliances and how well they have lasted. Thanks for your assistance, Amber

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Judy, I'm sorry to be the one to tell you this, F0 indicates a failed thermister control. The solution is to replace the Electronic Relay Control (ERC, sometimes called a "clock"). F7 can be one of two things, 1.) Failed keypad or 2.) Failed ERC. Since you have F0 AND F7 error codes, you'll be looking at replacing the ERC. These are extremely pricey, unfortunately. You'll need to get the entire model number and serial number. These are located at the bottom of your oven... pull the drawer out and you'll see the data tag down there. After you have those numbers, call your local appliance parts retailer for a price. It'll be around $175, just for the ERC.

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I would this that it is more likely that the f0,f7 codes are more indicative of a defective touchpad.Both of these codes can be caused by shorted circuits in the touchpad. We actually rebuild electronic range controls ( among other things)
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