Question about Kitchen Ranges
F3 stands for a faulty oven sensor. Unplug the oven, then replace the sensor. Should be back to normal. The sensor is inside the oven. When you pull on the sensor, you will get to a male/female quick connector. When you unplug it, be careful not to lose the other end behind the oven wall or this simple repair won't be so simple anymore.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
Depending on the exact model it is either a short on the temp sensor OR a fan on with no oven selected.
If it is the sensor then it will look similar to one of these
To get the EXACT sensor you need a model number and they can be found in two places
One is on the rear of the unit and the other is stamped into an area near a door.
On models that have a lower drawer there is sometimes some extra info there too
Without an exact model it is like throwing mud at the moon "Ya just ain't gonna hit it"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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