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HELLO. I HAVE A GE MICROWAVE MOD JE1860WB. THE MONITOR READ "F3" CODE. WHAT IS THAT?


Hello,
The F3 code means that the Key panel also called touch pad is shorted. This code usually comes up when when the Microwave detects the shorted panel continuously for over 60seconds.

To correct this error, you have to Replace the key panel also called the touch pad.

Thanks.

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What does F2 mean?


The error code F2 on your GE microwave indicates "Shorted thermal sensor", this condition will occur if a shorted thermal sensor is detected continuously over 5 seconds on convection, combination or roast cooking.
. It takes a minimum of 5 minutes of convection run time before this code will be
displayed. More information on this error code, as well as other error codes, can be found at
http://www.applianceaid.com/micro_faultcodes.html#gemicro

Best of Luck with your microwave.

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GE Profile Microwave Oven with an F1 error code


F 11 code. it is a touch pad error.
If you just cleaned the control panel it may have water in the panel causing a key to stick.
If after a day or 2 it hasn't dried out - then you will need to replace the touch pad.

Visit www.searspartsdirect.com and enter in your full model number for a parts breakdown and schematics.

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Kenmore Gas Range model # 362.75491990 F3 error Oven will not hold temp - error message displays and beeps I Replaced the oven temp sensor same issue Is the control panel bad?


Hi,

Many models of the GE microwave have sensors that can detect humidity from the foods you are cooking. This allows the microwave to make adjustments to the power levels used to cook your food. If "Sensor Error" appears, you should either press "Clear" to cancel the mode or leave the food in the appliance longer to give the microwave more time to detect the food.

Press "Time Cook" to manually enter the time if you receive an error message when trying to use the "Sensor Reheat" mode of your GE microwave. The error message may be caused by the food item being too large or too small to detect.

these are some other code error that will help you in case of next time.

  1. Step 1 Press "Off/Cancel" (or "Cancel/Off" depending on your model) to clear the error code. Note the code if it reappears.
  2. Step 2 Replace the touchpad if the code displayed is "F0," "F7" or "F10." A function key is stuck or shorted.
  3. Step 3 Replace the touchpad or the clock (ERC) if the code "F1" is displayed. Disconnect the ribbon connector to the touchpad. If no code is displayed after an hour, replace the touchpad. If the code displays again, replace the clock.
  4. Step 4 Replace the oven temperature sensor if "F2," "F3" or "F4" is displayed. "F2" indicates the oven temperature is too hot and the oven temperature sensor is suspect. "F3" or "F4" indicates the oven temperature sensor or shorted or open.
  5. Step 5 Replace the ERC if "F5," F6" or "F8" is displayed. The ERC is the main control unit. "F5," F6" and "F8 are codes that indicate problems in the ERC functions.
  6. Step 6 Inspect the door-lock assembly and circuit if "F9" is displayed. The door must lock when the oven is in use. If the lock mechanism is not functioning or if the detection circuit is malfunctioning, the stove will display "F9."


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"F3" codes mean your oven temperature sensor has failed or shorted out. The only thing you can do is to replace the sensor.

Take care.

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WHAT DOES THE CODE ---F3--- MEAN ON THE SCREEN FOR A GE PROFILE MICROWAVE MODEL # JVM3660?


Hello :

F-3 error is an error code for a bad keypad . If you couldn't find the spare parts , then it will be cheaper to replace the microwave.

good luck .

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I have a GE microwave model JES1334WD01. Last week it gave me an error code of F3. The owners manual does not cover this code. Now, when it's plugged in, it beeps incessantly.


Go to this link about error codes for GE microwaves. Just copy and paste into your browser.

http://www.geappliances.com/search/fast/infobase/10009792.htm

Hope this helps. If I can help you with anything else please let me know.
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Ge microwave jvm 1430 error code F3


F3 Key panel (touch pad) shorted This code will occur if a shorted key panel is detected continuously over 60 seconds. Replace key panel (also called touch pad).

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