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GE Profile Oven Model JKP13G0V1BB

When the oven gets to the desired temperature or shortly afterwards, an F3 code displays and the oven appears to shut down until it cools off. Can you tell me what the cause may be and what part I need to get to fix it?

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    Same problem - the F3 message appears and starts beeping until you turn the oven off

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F3 is a bad oven sensor, two screws will remove it in the upper left or right hand side of inner cavity.thin metal shaft protuding maybe 3inches or so.

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That sounds pretty easy to replace. Is it?

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