Question about GE Ovens
We usually see F7 caused by a failure in the keypad (stuck key) and F1 caused by a failure in the control board (clock). This seems opposite to your experience. I would suggest first to power down the oven, unplug the keypad from the control board, power up the oven with the keypad unplugged. Give it some time (may take as much as 30 minutes or so), if no F1 error then problem is likely the keypad. If you still get an F1, then the problem is the control board and you should return it. If you still have trouble post your model number.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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