Re: Looking for Cause of Fault Code on GE Range top ...
Have SAME EXACT issue - F113 on Left burner. Indicator says HOT and not even on. Called a service company (NOT GE SERVICE). They said the Element Radiant is no good and must be replaced. Part is quoted as $323.98 !!! What a rip off from GE !
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According the service guide, an F105 error is "Zero cross failure"
Correction action is: (1) Recycle power to the cooktop (i.e. turn breaker off and on) (2) If fault persists, test the line voltage supplied to the cooktop at the wall outlet. Voltage should read from 175VAC to 265VAC. If it does not, there is a problem with the power being supplied to the cooktop. (3) If fault persists, replace power board (4)If fault persists, replace main (Logic) board and recalibrate elements.
I took the cooktop apart I removed the terminal from the main electronic board . The left front burner has 2 white wires and 2 yellow (my case). The 2 white wires lead to the RTD sensor.With an electric meter set on OHMS check continuity between the two wires leading to the RTD sensor .If the reading is more than 1030 ohms is good if not than you need to replace the whole burner that comes as a complete unit with sensor and ribbon heating element.I found it on line for $114.00 +shipping.I wish they sold only the sensor but it would've been too cheap and not worth it for the makers . All connections to that burner are very easy put back together . Some suppliers may ask for as much as $175-$195 for the complete unit .
According the service guide, an F108 error is Line Monitor Failure
Correction action is:
(1) Recycle power to the cooktop (i.e. turn breaker off and on)
(2) If fault persists, test the line voltage supplied to the cooktop at the wall outlet. Voltage should read from 175VAC to 265VAC. If it does not, there is a problem with the power being supplied to the cooktop.
(3) If fault persists, replace power board
(4) If fault persist, replace logic (main) board
Search for my solution for replacing an element (JP939/JP969) for the basics to open up the unit.
This indicates failure (open circuit) of the left front temp sensor. You can search for my solution for replacing a element on a JP939 and JP969. Will likely require replacement of the element (~$160).
sounds like your problem could be either burnt out element or wire to the element or both. I am qualified in saying this as i am an electrician & have experienced these problems many times in my busness.
F152 means the right front burner has failed, the sensor in it is bad, the burner will need to be replaced.
If you go to the following web page, and pick out your exact model number, you will see diagrams and parts lists that will help you get this fixed. You can order the element from that website, if you choose:
Good luck, and hope this helps.
This is usually caused by one of the infinite switches. They are easy to check and replace. You will need to remove the cook top and disassemble to access the switch assemblys. Here is a link that will walk you thru testing the switches http://appliancehelponline.com/infiniteswitchvideo.html You can also enter your model # for diagrams and illustrations of your model.
I have the same problem. I had a repair man here and he said the main powder logic board ( WB23T10014) was the problem, it would cost $757 to fix. I ordered the board for $230 and installed it myself but still have the F113 problem.
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