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Fo function error code

I had to leave home for a job assisnment in late November. On the day I left the oven failed due do the Fo code. My wife followed the instructions in the book but to no avail. My son also tried to clear the error code several days later. During that time the power to the oven eas secured (main breake off). The oven continued to display the Fo error code so the oven was secured. I returned home on March 6, 2008 and I turned the oven on & now there seems to be no problem. Any ideas?

We live out in the country & my wife did not want to call a service rep until I was home. In the event we get the Fo error code again how can I trouble shoot it. I am an engineer & if I can aquire the parts I am sure that I can make the repair.

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The F0 usually means that there is a problem with the keypad.
My solution for the F7 problem may help. You will find my solution at the following link.
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