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There should be more of a code like fo/eo or f2/eo or f3/eo or f5 /0o .. if you have # 1 = analog t digital l failure / replace control..= #2 shorted key pad / = replace control /? # 3 oven tempt sensor = repl oven sensor or fuse .// # 5 ck door /latch sw = replace component .. hope this helped . mm ( re/ck codes and see if one of thes matches your problem .. mm pls leave feed back ..

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