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326B1230P001 GE TrueTemp Black Oven Error Code F0

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My oven is beeping and F0 keeps flashing. When I try to touch the panel, nothing happens. This just began an hour ago...The F0 will leave the panel, but then I my oven will not work.

Plese help.

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  • C.P. Shankar Jun 21, 2008

    i have the same exact problem for the last 3 years.

  • blessedbyrd Jul 20, 2008

    My hubby and I repaired this problem - today.



    Okay, look underneath the control panel flap, there will be 3 screws, this is right on top of the oven door handle - just bend your head upside down and look up, or feel underneath the flap for screws. Unscrew these and your control panel should lift off. You will have access to everything. Take the ribbon off (it is clear with white stripes along it, it is a plastic ribbon) by squeezing each side of the attachment, the ribbon should lift off. Lift the plastic ribbon up out of the attachment and leave it out for about 33 seconds. After time is up, reinsert ribbon into its compartment. Wait 33 seconds, the control panel should return to normal. Your oven should work. This took all of 3 minutes to do. We also found our repair manual INSIDE of the oven.



    Be Blessed with these tips. It worked for us! Saved a ton of money...$800 bucks bcs I thought we may need a new built-in oven.....take care!

  • Anonymous Sep 10, 2008

    Thank you so much. Had F0 error tonight, and oven kept beeping every 5 minutes... could only stop noise by hitting start and then off. Found you through google search.



    We just fixed it thanks to your advise.



    Note: plastic ribbon does pull out if little black things on side are slid upwards....



    Thank you!

  • Keith Daniell Sep 15, 2012

    I have a GE True Temp in-counter model JKP18BOD1BB which had the identical error and symptoms. The ribbon cable is accessed and unplugged the same way as above. Make sure you shut off the house breaker to the oven before accessing the panel. From a tip I read elsewhere, I would try to also carefully tease apart the two clear parts of the ribbon cable as far as you can (opposite the connector end... I wouldn't mess too close to the connector folded stuff). Insert a piece of paper that is cut to match the width of the clear ribbon cable between the two clear parts as far along the length that you can and mayble a bit into the slot where the cable goes into the control panel. This will keep the printed conductor lines on the clear plastic from "fusing" together again over time in the future. I don't know if the unplugging of the connector or the paper insert was the fix, but the F0 error went away and the oven functions normally.

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We had the same problem with our GE Tru Temp Oven and the fix worked like a charm! Thank you for posting this fix - you saved our dinner party!

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