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F3 usually means a failed sensor. This is the part that is a small rod about 6 inches or so long usually in the left upper rear corner of the oven. To check this sensor using an ohm meter with the oven at room temp you should get a reading of 1100 ohms.

It may also be possible that you could have a cold solder joint on the control board or bad / burned wire.

Behind the oven controls face plate (located on the side inside wall) - there is usually a mini service manual that may give you more information specific to your model.

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