Question about Kenmore 40494 / 40495 / 40499 Electric Single Oven
Display reads F2E0
While I was reading this helpful solution for fixing the F2EO problem and then went back to try these suggestions, it magically fixed itself! It must be the luck-o-the-Irish baileys!
Thanks so much! Yolanda
P.S. I suggest that you don't clean the keypad with a vengence, especially the impossible to reach dirt that collects on the outside rim! I wish they had come up with a better design, probably wouldn't recommend this model.
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
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Mar 29, 2015 | Kenmore Ovens
The error code message F3 E0 indicates an open oven sensor circuit. This is the component that regulates the oven temperature.
First disconnect electrical power to the range. Pull the range out & remove the rear panel to the control area. Unplug the 2 violet wires on P3 5-6. You will need to have a meter for testing, set the meter to read ohms (resistance). Place the leads from the multimeter across the 2 violet wires, the meter should read 1080ohms if the sensor is good. If you do not get the correct reading you will need to replace the oven temp sensor.
The oven temp sensor is mounted to the inside of the oven cavity. You will need to remove the lower section of the rear panel to access the sensor connector. Unplug the sensor & slide it back into the oven cavity to remove & replace.
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