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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: f2 flashing on lower drawer
F2 means "motor not sensed to be rotating"
You said "very rarely used" also. The two go hand-in-hand in most cases. If you leave the drawer sit unused for months and months, this can ruin the motor rotor. The rotor comes out with no tools. Remove the dishrack, the wash arm (both simply lift off) and then the stainless steel filer/cover. This is removed by rotating the collar counter-clockwise and lifting it up. Now rotate the collar for the rotor counter-clockwise and lift the motor rotor out of the pump base. See if it spins freely. it;s probably frozen. You also can try swapping the rotor from the upper drawer into the bottom and see if that will work for you. if the rotor is bad, it is a part number 525884P and you can get them here:
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Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Pull the unit away from the wall and in most cases you can reach in the oven pan from then rear. If not.....pull the unit away from the wall and then lift the front about 3 inches away from the floor and let if drop....thus shifting the items in the drawer....If I can help further, I am here
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Yup, definately the bottom drawer controller, for some reason you can run a DD603 with no board in the top, so long as you have a board in the bottom, but not the other way around. This is the fault you get, constant F1 from the top drawer. If you are stuck try removing the display cable from the bottom controller, this may help, so long as you leave the chassis harness in.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
I have the same problem. GE repair man replaced the electronic control panel. If anything, the problem is worse. Does anyone know what ACTUALLY makes this range shut off as it gets up to temperature while baking? I don't really want to pay the repair man to fumble around debugging this.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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