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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: F2 Error
Traci, F2 is the error code for a overtemp in the oven compartment. It could be two things. The oven temp. sensor or the main board itself. Start with the temperature sensor. It should ohm out at 1080 ohms at room temp. This of course is the least expensive and probably your problem. The temp sensor is the probe that is in the back wall of the oven. It will remove from the front with two screws. There will be a harness that you can disconnect it from when pulling it out. Some one can ohm it out there. The other possibility is welded relay contacts on the main board. Let's hope it's the sensor. Part number WB21T10007. Catriver..post back.
Posted on Feb 13, 2007
Puzzeled, usually when there is a stuck or shorted keypad there will be an error code. First let's see if we can tell if we are in Centigrade or Ferenhiet. Press the bake and broil button together for 2 or 3 seconds. SF should appear in the display. Press the broil pad again and C or F will be displayed. Toggle to F and press start. See if that was the problem. If not try to increase the speed of the + and - keypads. Press bake and broil together for 2 seconds until SF displays. Press the + keypad increase the speed of the control. It should toggle from 1 to 5, 5 being the fastest. Press start and see if that works. If niether works..then have someone remove the keypad ribbon cable from the control board and clean the ends with an eraser. See if that solves the issue...Catriver..post back and let me know.
Posted on May 12, 2007
The most logical solution for your problem would be a faulty thermostat, but yet at the same time i dont understand how it would heat to the temp desired then not come on at all. I would definately change the thermostat to start off with. Let us know :-D
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
SOURCE: GE true temp oven f2
This happens every time I clean my oven. It overheats, shows the f2 light and BEEPS loudly. The only way to stop it is to turn the oven off at the breaker box, wait until it cools (usually 2-3 hours), flip the breaker back on and start the process all over again until the unit is clean. If it's not to dirty, sometimes it's easier to juat use Easy Off.
hope it helped
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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