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Electrolux icon dual-fuel range installation problems

Bought this gorgeous range but the oven will not work. The stove works fine and the lights for the oven work but it will not get warm at all. HELP!!

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Re: electrolux icon dual-fuel range installation problems

Its a bad EOC .Electronic Oven Control....You need to replace the board

Posted on May 22, 2009

Re: electrolux icon dual-fuel range installation problems

Hello I am having problem with my Electrolux Icon Stove, everytime i try to turn it on it says F 13 error on the screen, can someone helpp me with this. Thanks You

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

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