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Oven seems to be going crazy

Two days ago, the oven began turning off when heating up.  We tried several temperatures, each succeeding lower, but the oven still would only being to heat and then turn itself off.  Yesterday, we were able to heat the oven up, although it was off by about 25 degrees according to an oven thermometer I purchased and put inside of it.  However, when it had reached the temperature requested, it turned itself off.  Last night, it apparently began beeping sometime during the night as it was beeping repeatedly when I got up this morning.  It displayed a F0 flashing message which cleared and returned to the clock when I pushed all clear.  Any advice on what might be wrong with this?

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  • cgish Oct 12, 2008

    An F3 message prompted me to call for service on my GE Profile JCKP16GS-1 wall oven. The repairman replaced the sensor and the oven worked for two weeks and then the problem recurred. The oven would begin to heat up and then shut off, flashing F3. I also got a brief F2 indicator. Now it's working again. Any suggestions?

  • Caroline A Nov 22, 2008

    My GE oven heats up to correct temp then stops heating. It sometimes then returns to temp for a period of time and quits heating again.

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F0 code is failure of electronic control board

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