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Started to preheat my oven and F-3 code came on. I cannot turn my oven off - help!!!!

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Is a defective sensor,electronic oven control,or the wiring in between
you need to check the wiring and make sure it is all intact with no visable signs of damage.
the best thing is to just replace the electronic oven control

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The f-3 code is a verry common code on ovens what this is telling you is that the oven temperature temperature sensor is not working correctly they normally will read the preheat then fail shortly after this and produce the code that you are recieving ok?
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