Question about Kitchen Ranges
F3-E5 Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted (lower oven, if double oven)
This Is a sensor issue. the actual sensor is damaged. It is not necessary to inspect the connections on all F3-E codes. The control is connected properly. If it wasn't, the code would not illuminate at all. If you still want to inspect the connections, this can be done by pulling the oven door open. Unplug the unit. There will be screws located on both sides of the control panel, and on some modles, under the control housing as well. loosen the screws, and remove the control panel from the oven, or range. The control board is attached to the panel, on the back side. Once you have exposed the control board, you can check the connections for a proper fit.
The culprit here is a damaged sensor circuit. Once you have replaced the oven temp sensor, this code will disappear, and the unit will operate correctly.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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