Question about Ovens
This is a 15 year old Kenmore wall over that I can't even find on the parts list anymore.
Age old question is should we fix it or just go down and buy a new one?
I am a moderately capable do-it-yourselfer. Is this something that I might be able to fix myself?
From what I gather this most likely is a thermostat or sensor problem.
Any help or advice is appreciated.
I know what you mean. I was cooking with this appliance tonight and suddenly it displayed an f-3 code. My advantium oven is less than 8 months old. Not sure how this happened or how to fix the problem. In order to sleep tonight (the constant beeping) I had to shut power off at the breaker pannel. Is this representative of the the type of quality that GE stands for???? I am sooo frustrated. I cook with my advantium oven all the time and love the dual abilities of this appliance. Like I said this is brand new and to have the f-3 code which apparently (from what I read) is a failed key pad. I am very dissapointed and am begining to think about pulling my stock from this company!
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
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