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I get a F-3 open over sensor how do i fix it

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  • martinferran Dec 29, 2010

    I HAVE TRYED THAT I NEED TO KNOW WHAT THE OVER SENSOR PART NUMBER IS AND WHERE I CAN BUY IT I HAVE FIX RANGE BEORE AND HOW TO PUT IT IN FROM WHAT I SEE IT JUST A REPLACE OF A PART IN THE OVER WHICH I CAN FIX

  • martinferran Dec 29, 2010

    whate you told me was in my book i did not need to pay you for that ans

  • martinferran Dec 30, 2010

    i went to link and they have two part numbers one is item 1351398 and 1351389 which part is the right one

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Hi, F-3 tells you that the electronic control has detected the fault condition.
Press CLEAR/OFF to clear the display and stop any beeping. Then go to the house breaker box and try turning the house breaker to the oven off for 5 minutes. Electric ovens have two switches in the house breaker box. This will reset the system and clear any electronic glitches that are in the system.

If this does not remedy the situation then this means you have a bad oven sensor.
Unfortunately this is not a home handy person fix.
You require a tech to fix it...

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

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    Tunde Autos Dec 29, 2010

    Hi, you can get the sensor on this LINK......



    The sensor is mounted to the back wall inside the oven cavity and looks like a metal rod about 3-6 inches long and 1/4 inch thick. Replacing the sensor is easy. Two screws hold it to the back wall and there is a quick disconnect harness plug on the other side. Make sure not to lose the other end of the harness behind the wall. Another possible cause is the oven control board - a simple but somewhat more expensive repair

  • Tunde Autos
    Tunde Autos Dec 30, 2010

    Hi, it should be 1351398, but try and remove the bad one from the oven to confirm first before ordering for it...

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