Question about Maytag Gemini 30" Self-Cleaning Freestanding Electric Double Oven Range - Stainless-Steel
Repair man wants to come back and replace bottom oven sensor. Bottom is working correctly. So I am confused ,does this make sense?
Can I get more information as to the model number of this unit. I would like to research this and understand why the probe was the issue and why another one needs to be replaced. Do you get the same code when the probe is disconnected? I know there was issue with the probe at one time but I haven't seen this in a long time as most people rarely use it. Get back to me and I will see what I can locate for you. Thanks
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
Testimonial: "It's a Maytag Gemini MER6770AAW Electric Double oven. They said F1-1 Error code was the top ovens sensor probe. Which they replaced. After leaving I ended up getting the same F1-1 Error Code again on the top oven. They wanted to come back and replace the bottom sensor probe. Which at the time I did not understand since it was only the top oven that gave the Error Code. Then of course the following day I received the same error code after using the bottom oven. I am awaiting delivery of sensor probe which I can fix for 20 bucks rather than pay them another 200.00. The came back and said it is probably the touch pad which would be 400.00 plus labor to replace. So hope it is just the bottom sensor and I can fix it . Since Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Thank you for helping."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had same problem, error code F 1-8, shorted keypad. I was so frustrated I went ahead and tore it apart. There was a surprising amount of gunk and moisture between the plastic face and the actual contacts. I cleaned it up and let it dry out. It worked OK for a while, but the seal is not good, and moisture from baking is still getting into it. When it goes bad again, I'm going to take off the plastic face and just press the sensors with a pencil eraser. I'll probably replace the range within the year. No way I'm paying $385 for new pad + installation on 10 year old stove.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
SOURCE: Main control panel
need to have a service company check the bottom oven elements first, the replacement part has only a 90 day warranty on it. if it is the control again ???????????????
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
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