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Kenmore electric built-in oven control panel beeping

Kenmore built-in-electric oven: I first got an F7 error code and beeping. Turned off unit at breaker for 2hours then turned back on. Was able to set clock, but now it beeps and telling me to push start oven when oven not selected. Pushed clear but that's not helping still tells me to push start. So, I pushed start waited a few seconds, then pushed clear. It still is asking me to push start and beeps. What can I do or am I at the mercy of a repairman and at least a $100.00 bill?

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  • Anonymous Nov 20, 2007

    error code f7 and beeping.

  • mcac Dec 13, 2007

    we have a f7 flashing and a beeping noise, when we push clear it goes away for 1 minute then starts again

  • MOSESCAT Dec 16, 2007

    HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM. THIS IS THE SECOND TIME. THE FIRST

    TIME COST US 60.00 FOR REPAIR. THIS TIME, THE F7 HAS LOCKED

    UP THE ENTIRE PANEL.

  • MMarqu Jun 05, 2008

    It is 9 PM and I got the F-7 and beeping. I couldn't clear it so just pulled the fuse for tonight.

  • Anonymous Jul 17, 2008

    Mine isn't a double oven but I'm having the same problem being described with my GE electric oven. First it will ask me to 'push' (I assume start) '350 degrees' when I haven't selected it. About a minute after pushing clear/off to stop the beeping, F7 appears with more beeping. The only button that will work at all is clear/off. I've tried to turn off the breaker, but was unable to find it (I'm renting and it's a weird house) and I am unable to find where it is plugged in...so I don't get relief from this.

  • Anonymous Jul 30, 2008

    F7 signal on, and beeping

  • dale emerson Feb 20, 2009

    my maytag oven is 8 years old, this is 2nd time F7 error has occured. clock assembly as well ]as entire touch pad were replaced in or about 2006

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There is a probelm with the control panel ribbon. You can fix it for about a penny. The panel has a printed ribbon cable that plugs into the relay board. The ribbon cable is actually two cables pressed together, which can be seperated by simply lifting them apart. The ribbon cable has a defect in that the plasic insulation is defective, causing the leads between the two ribbons to cross, or short circuit. Simply place a thin sheet of paper between them, and make sure you push the paper down all of the way to the plastic housing, fold over the edges around the cable, you are done.

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  • peterfilleul Dec 27, 2010

    Thanks turbo (and others), 27th December 2010

    Had the old 'F7 and beeping' routine on a pretty old Kenmore single oven in Montserrat in the West Indies - no chance of a maintenance guy call out here - so followed the three screw removal, insulating with a strip of paper between the ribbon cable elements suggestions and (Bob's your uncle) it's back to life accepting clock and temperature instructions. Thanks chaps for the useful guidance.

    Peter

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We had the same problem. F7 error code and beeping. We turned off at the breaker- left it off for hours turned it back on and still f7 and beeping. We call repairman to come out and he removed the cover on control panel (3 screws on bottom of controll panel and it pops off). He unplugged the ribbon keypad connection - Cleaned the ends with a pencil eraser and said it is fixed and we would not have a problem.

Well, that was a fast way to spend 60 bucks but it has been a week and the oven has been great. No more beeps or error codes. SAVE YOUR MONEY DO IT YOURSELF!

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Try this first!
The control panel has a flat ribbon cable that plugs into the relay module. The ribbon is actually two ribbons pressed together. The plastic insulation has a defect, and the leads between the two ribbons cross. You can seperate them easily by lifting them apart. Place a piece of paper between them to act as an insulator. This should solve your problem. If that does not work, repalce the defective parts yourself. You can do it for about 30% of what a repair company would charge. it's either got to be 1. Control panel 2. Relay panel. Good luck!!!

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