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Control panel when the oven gets hot the control panel will go out found a bad contact at panel need to know how to get the control panel out

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  • pchaitman Nov 20, 2008

    Control panel seems to short out when temp reaches about 350. The exterior top of oven near panel feels very hot. After cool down oven is able to be restarted, apparently a control panel issue.


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The control panel getting hot may be caused by the hindges on the oven door. I had my range serviced and when the door does not close all the way, then the hot air rises and basically cooks the control pad.

I just posted too with my frustration on this range.

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This oven was manufactured by Electrolux. However, you should double-check the model number. There should be two more digits in the number.

The F10 error indicates a run-away oven temperature. You need to unplug the oven or turn off the circuit breaker for at least 5 minutes to reset the error. Sometimes, the EOC (electronic oven control or main board) needs to be replaced. The oven temperature probe sensor may also be bad. This sensor can often be accessed through the oven; look for mounting screws on the inside back wall of the oven. Otherwise, you need to take off the back panel. The resistance across the sensor should read 1100 ohms (the wires to the sensor are usually violet). If you see a reading above 2000 ohms, replace the sensor. If the reading is 1100 ohms, then the control board is the part to replace. However, if the oven became too hot, the entire range need to be replaced. If your oven is under warranty, contact Sears for service.

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