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Re: fridgedaire range f7 22 error
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Go online to www.Frigidaire .com and you can enter your model # and download the manual.
But I think that this problem will be solved only by service!
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From what you have described, it sounds like your Frigidaire gas range possibly has a faulty spark module or electrodes. At this point, I would recommend reaching out to a qualified technician or alternatively, visit the manufacturer website for a comprehensive listing of appliance techs in your area. Best regards!
"Take off the cover to your terminal block (where the plug wire connects) and use a multimeter to check for the correct voltage to the unit. Red to white and black to white should be 120vac. Black to red should be 240vac. Your L1 circuit (the black one) is dead so when you turn on one of the burners, the L2 circuit feeds into the L1 illuminating the display. It may be a loose connection at the block or inside the outlet. Sometimes it is the breaker that is bad. Try tripping them closed then back on a few times in case one has stuck open. Your range should work fine, once it has the proper voltage."
Can't vouch for it but, if you've already checked the control and the element, this sounds reasonable. Hope it helps.
It is the board that has the digital clock. You may also have a key/membrane pad that is separate but connected to it with a ribbon cable. This connection is many times the source of the problem. The conector is sensitive to being loose and oxidation. Many times you can wiggle/clean and/or make sure the connection is good and it will clear up the error code. (Do All this with the Unit Unplugged), If that doesnt work than it would seem you have a defective ERC board,...Electronic Range Control. When you replace the board you should also replace the membrane/touchpad associated with it. This is what most brands/repair centers suggested
The failure code list says to replace your Electronic Oven Controll. Contact a Frigidaire parts dealer and check the price and availability.
You will need to give them your make and model number.
Buckle up! It may get expensive!