Re: I was trying to on oven all of a sudden massage...
Hi khan, this is Z! Thank you for your post!
Typically error code F10 indicates that your range has detected an issue with the runaway temperature (overheating). Try reprogramming your appliance by unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker off. This usually clears most false error codes. I suggest waiting approximately ten minutes and then turn on your range. If the error code does not clear, I would recommend contacting a professional technician to assist you in the exact diagnosis and repair of your range. Most likely the EOC (electronic oven control) will need replacing. Hopes this help!
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Please follow the steps below to change the temperature to Celsius to Fahrenheit on your Frigidaire range, FEF366CCA.
·Press BROIL. "-" appears in the display.
·Press and hold the UP arrow until "HI" appears in the display
·Press and hold BROIL until F or C appears in the display.
·Press the UP arrow or DOWN arrow to change F to C or C to F.
·Press any control pad to return to normal operating mode.
Hey John, this is JK. I understand that the display on your range is not working. You may have a faulty Electronic Oven Control (EOC). Please confirm there is power to the appliance. If there is no power verify that the power cord is properly attached to the unit, plugged into a dedicated outlet correctly, and that the circuit breaker/fuse is not tripped or blown. Also verify the power at the plug is correct. Is the time of day displayed when the clock button is pressed? Are you able to turn the clock OFF or ON? When the display is turned OFF the time of day will re-appear for a few seconds any time the pad is touched. To toggle the display ON or OFF, press and hold the CLOCK button until the control beeps once (about 15 seconds). If all of these suggestions pan out and the problem still persists, think about what may have happened prior to this occurrence. For instance, did you notice any error codes, odors, or other strange functions prior to this issue? If you are still having these issues and can think of anything in particular, please feel free to reconnect. Hope this helps!
You can do this by: Check the oven display to see whether the
screen says "LOC." When "LOC" is displayed, the oven lock is activated
and the door cannot be opened. You need to make sure it is locked so you
do not mistakenly lock the door.
Press and hold the "Stop" button on the oven control panel
until "LOC" disappears from the display. Some oven models have a button
marked "Oven Lock," which should be used instead of the "Stop" button.
Lock the oven again by pressing and holding the "Stop" or "Oven Lock" button until "LOC" appears in the display
If you have a Kenmore or Dacor, Thermador, Amana Caloric, Westinghouse, Admirals, or if you have some retagged oven from this brands, F2 is temperature runaway, usually a bad temperature probe.
On Admirals you may need to test the relay board.
Try disconnecting power (trip circuit breaker or disconnect power cord).
If the error is still there, test if the probe has continuity, then eventually replace it.
On Whirlpool ovens F2 is a faulty keypad assembly.
To get a technician to do the repair call the support number listed on the manual.