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It seems like my oven gets overheated and then it beeps with a code on it F3EO?

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How do you know your oven is overheating? what indications are given that it is overheated/ i ask this beacuse the error code f3OE may not mean the same on each model and you do not say what brand or model you have, also on some models this code means control board failure which is not necessarily due to overheating. If you look in the back of your range, there maybe a paper or plastic envelope pocket with a tech diagram paper; this usually has the error code list on it and it iwill guide you as to the problem. Sometimes the pocket and diagram are located near the bottom of the range in the back (slightly under the unit). Goodluck, Macgivor

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