Question about Kenmore 79012 / 79014 / 79019 Gas Kitchen Range
The "F10" error code caused by the runaway temperature.
The first thing to check is the resistance across the oven temperature probe (aka oven temperature sensor) terminals at the EOC (electronic oven control) plug.
It suppose to be about 1100 Ohms at the room temperature.
If the resistance at the EOC plug is wrong, then measure the oven temperature probe resistance at the probe plug.
If it's wrong - replace the oven temperature probe. It's better to hardwire it, using a high temperature ceramic wire nuts.
If the readings at the EOC and at the oven temperature probe plug are different - check the wire harness between the oven temperature probe and the EOC.
If there is nothing wrong with the oven temperature probe resistance - replace the EOC.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check that you have not lost one side of the 240 volt line at the receptacle. This would be MOST noticeable on the oven but would also reduce the cooktop.
Beyond that, the thermostat and oven timer are suspect.
Inadvertently setting a delayed start of the oven could cause it of course, but that would be obvious.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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