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On most Caloric stoves, the F7 error indicates a short detected at the key pad or a stuck key. Try unplugging the stove (or turning it off at your circuit breaker) for 30 seconds or longer. Check that the glass touch panel is correctly seated over the membrane with the switches. The usual recommendation is to replace the touch pad. (Sometimes, the problem will be with the wiring or the ERC (clock) that reads the touch pad signals.)
What model stove do you have? If you add a comment with the model number, I may be able to point you towards the correct parts. If the stove is still under warranty, contact the manufacturer.
Being that your range is 19 years old it might be a bit difficult to find the correct igniter but not impossible. The model number that you gave is not giving any good results. You can go here http://www.repairclinic.com/Caloric-Range-Stove-Oven-Parts?s=b74a13c249 and look at these igniters to compare with the one on your range. You might get lucky and one of these could be a replacement that will work. Most local range parts suppliers are very helpful on locating hard to find parts but you may need to remove the igniter and bring it in so they can match it up in their catalog. You might also be able to find the correct igniter if you use the part number on the ceramic igniter housing to do a parts search with. Most 20 year old ranges use a standard "flat style" hot surface igniter but there are different OHM ratings for some igniters and this rating is important for you to match up correctly with your current igniter OHM rating or you could damage the gas control valve and/or the new igniter.
Hi, The caloric ranges use diferent types of pilot igniters, to avoid any further delays, I suggest geting the model number off the stove usually located under the stove's top, you don't need any tools just lift the range top(like when you are going to clean it) the model number is located usually on a metal plate in between the burners, or if it's not there , it will be inside the oven around the door liner or the oven liner. When you do locate the model, just go to the repair clinic.com website and type in the model number, follow instruction after that. see the following figure it might help in locating the model number:
try hollywood stoves . or try appl parts depot use part # 4060-901 this is a safty valve with 7/16/tubing with 2/8 adapter / 15 in cap tube .. it is very close to majic and caloric .. you can look at 6 different valves online www.apdepot.com .. hope ths wll help mm