Question about Kitchen Ranges
All the information I could find on GE ranges indicate that an F-7 error indicates a problem with either the Electronic Range Control (ERC) keypad having a stuck key, or the ERC itself being defective. You can unplug the ribbon cable on the ERC and wait at least 32 seconds before plugging it back in to see if the problem clears. If the problem persists you will have to replace the ERC. Make sure you UNPLUG the range and/or turn off the main breaker to it BEFORE servicing. Remove the back panel of the range to access the ERC. If you cannot get the fault to clear and wish to replace the ERC, post back with comments as to your model number (usually located on the frame of oven door opening or lower drawer opening) and I will research to find a part number for you. Keep in mind, most ERCs do not come with the overlay (plastic piece with the number and keypad displays). I would advise you to replace both if you decide to repair the range. i hope this info helps you.
Posted on Nov 06, 2007
I HAVE GE JBP64 CleanDesign Electric Kitchen RANGE . AND WHEN EVER I TRY TO BAKE SOMETHING ERROR CODE APPER ( F2 ) .I UNPLUCKED RANGE FOR SEVERAL MINUTES.
BUT ERROR NOT GOING AWAY. HELP ME
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
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