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I have the F7 code on my oven. what can I do.

It started with a beep and the word set on the left of the time. I pushed somw bottons and up came thw F7 error.

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I am pretty sure f7 means a stuck key pad. If you can open the console there is a tech sheet in the control panel area. It will tell you for sure the code and what it means. 877-262-1479 for parts if you come up with the correct answer I beleive you have to relplace the touchpad to fix if it is the stuck key pad

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