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This seems related to the heating sensor or the element both of which can be easily checked out., You need a multimeter in OHMS range to check the continuity of the element , if open the element must be changed. If the heating element works then the wash must heat if not there is no supply from the program controller unit. If there is no control of heat then the sensor also must be checked.
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Well An F05 is a water temperature sensor error.

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You said, Your Maytag Gemini top oven, the bottom element does not get hot. You replaced the element with a new one from Maytag. Asking what is the problem?


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