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it could be the touch panel or the computer board,the model number you gave isn't the full model number like 10 different models came up,next time get the number off of the machine not the book,if this is a newer machine you can push the clear/off pad, unplug the touch panel ribbon for a minute or two,if the code comes back it's the computer board,if it doesn't come back it's the touch panel.he must have pulled out the tech sheet and showed you what it said for an f7 error code and if he said it's the panel he must have done this test.
does the bake element come on at all? if so, try the oven out. do a bake @ 350 allow it to pre-heat, and see if once the pre-heat is comlete, id the broil shuts off. on many ovens at the beginning of the cycle during pre-heat both bake and broil elements are powered.
other than that it may be a control board, or a burnt and crossed wire in the harness.
you have a bad bake ignitor. it is mounted to the long tube in the very back wall of the tube. usually held on by 2 1/4 inch bolts. usually if you replace the ignitor you have to cut the old one off and hard wire the new one in depending on what the new connection on you ignitor look like.
It's your oven temperature sensor. It's a thin metal stick that juts into the oven. It is located on the upper right back wall of the oven cavity. Flip your breaker, slide out the oven. You install it from the back, very simple, two screws, i think. I'm a beginner at DIY and had no problem fixing it.