Question about Kenmore Ovens
F4 usually relates to a temperature sensor fault. Meaure the temp sensor at ambient temp and it should measure approx. 1K . If it doesn't, then replace. However, and a big however, I've seen frequent faults such as these where the control board is at fault. The proper procedure is to verify the sensor though first before replacing control board.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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f4 means a problem has occurred with the oven door latch mechanism. Try unplugging the power to the oven and then wait 1 minute and turn back on, this may clear the problem, if not you need to call a qualified service technician for Fulgor products
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