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F7 code We have an f7 code after a service man replaced the circuit board behind the key board for the 2nd time. Could there be another solution?

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  • tweetybird2 Dec 21, 2007

    f7 continues to beep. We disconnected the fuse for a few minutes and reset the fuse in the garage. All was fine until I used it again today. What's up with this?

  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2008

    This weekend, our oven keeps beeping and displaying the F7 code. At first it occurred every few hours and we could still use the oven. Now, however, it is beeping every few minutes and the oven will not work at all! What is your advice? We had company coming for dinner tomarrow night and would sure like to use our oven. Thankyou for your help!

  • AlasKen Feb 25, 2008

    I had the same problem and fixed it in less that 5 minutes using powermans solution.



    www.fixya.com/howto/h155060-dreaded_f7_error



    Try that next

  • rosie20 Mar 18, 2008

    Same F7 code problem with beeping noise and oven totally non-functional.

  • Motzaman Apr 02, 2008

    F7 Error code comes and goes. When F7 ia around the oven usually can't be used since it seems that the keypad is locked up. Looking for a solution to this problem.

  • glennhelp Mar 11, 2009

    I HAVE THE SOLUTION FOR THIS PROBLEM. THERE IS DEFECT IN THE RIBBON CABLE TO THE KEY BOARD. IT SHORTS OUT WHERE THE RIBBON GOES THROUGH THE METAL SLOT. JUST INSERT A PIECE OF CARDBOARD TO INSULATE THE RIBBON CABLE FROM THE METAL CHASSIS. IT HAS WORKED FOR ME FOR 2 YEARS NOW. NO MORE F7 CODES TRUST ME.

  • falcneddieny Apr 01, 2009

    gejtp20 f7 code replaced the control worked for 5 min. Is it ribbon short on metal or keypad

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This code is more often a bad keypad. Have him try that. We will try keypad before main board, based on past experience.

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