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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same F30 error problem but fixed it. On my professional series Frigidaire, there are 2 resettable red button locations. I discovered that only one is in the rear of the oven. After going to the breaker box and shutting off the power, pull out the stove enough to work, unscrew the rear screws (I didn't unscrew all of them, just enough to work back there). The small red button is on a small black round piece with two purple wires feeding to it. That was not my problem. Mine was the other red button behind the control panel. Pull off all 4 knobs, unscrew by hand the large black rings that are underneath the knobs, pull out the whole panel. Look back and right (below where the right knobs were located) to find the 2nd red small button. Push to reset. Check this one first since it is easier to do.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
SOURCE: kenwood elite glass top range
F7 indicates a stuck touch pad key. Try pressing all teh buttons on the key pad to see if one is stuck. If you don't have a stuck key, there may be a problem with the key pad module itself
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
SOURCE: Frigidaire glass top range
yes u can.unplug the unit from power.remove the screws under neath the glass top at the from and lift the top up,hold it up using a piece of stick like u hold bonnet of car.then u can see all the elemnt and they are pretty straigtfoward to chg.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
SOURCE: Kenmore Elite made by Frigidaire
The F30 error code indicates that the electronic oven control board detects an "open" oven temperature sensor probe circuit.
This is usually caused by a failed oven temperature sensor probe.
Replacing this component will likely fix your problem.
You can order this part from www.searspartsdirect.com website.
If you replace this part yourself, be sure that you unplug the range to disconnect electrical power before accessing this component.
On some models, you can replace the probe by removing the screws that mount this component to the inside back wall of the oven.
Carefully pull the probe inside the oven cavity until you encounter the wire harness disconnect plug.
Unplug the sensor and replace it with the new one. Mount the new probe on the back wall of the oven.
On some models, you have to remove the lower back oven panel to access the sensor probe.
If you replace the probe and still have this problem, you will need to unplug the range and measure the resistance through the violet wires that plug into the control board (this is where the sensor probe circuit is connected to the control board).
If the resistance through the oven temperature sensor probe circuit is normal (about 1100 ohms at room temperature) then the electronic oven control board will need to be replaced.
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Posted on Sep 26, 2010
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