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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
all ge codes f3 are saying ot replace thermal sensor, you can check the harness connecting them for a pinched or burnt wire i guess, as far as getting a part number , you can enter complete modle number her e and look for the sensor, i checked just the partial number you gave and a few different ones showed up
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
Code F-10 indicates a temperature runaway. There are two possible problems. 1) The oven temp sensor has failed. This can be checked using a standard multimeter. The sensor is located behind the rear access panel of your oven. The sensor should read about 1100 ohms at room temperature. 2) The oven control board needs to be replaced. There are no FRU's (field replaceable units) on the control board. Check the sensor first. Even a new control board is cheaper than a new oven.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
SOURCE: wall unit oven keeps beeping
There may be also a code that flashes on the oven switch display. My Frigidaire stove started beeping and flashing F-1 at me repeatedly. This indicates a problem with the circuit board. Well, the convection switch was an external momentary contact switch, and it was sticking in the on position, which was apparently the source of the problem. This type of problem can also be caused by a voltage surge, in which case you will probably have to replace the oven switch.
It could be the clear button, or any other button that is getting stuck. These older computers used microswitches, and they are certainly subject to getting stuck.
They are expecially prone to voltage surges, however, and since my power company is one of the worst I have seen in my life, I was afraid that this was the source of my problem. If you were hit by a surge you might have to replace the switch, and on an oven this old, you might have a problem obtaining one.
Your local Sears store might have a clearance oven that they would be willing to sell you cheaply--the same goes for any other store that sells appliances. You should consider that this oven could cost you hundreds of dollars to fix if you can even fix it, so it might be worth your while to replace it. A new oven would have more features, and would have a nice clean interior, and look a lot more modern as well.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
Oven temperature too hot
Check and replace oven temperature sensor (RTD).
Open oven temperature sensor (RTD)
Check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control. Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD) if wiring is ok.
So i suppose its a sensor replacement is necessary.These are the fault code explanations by frigidaire.good luck with the machine.Please do post results and comments.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
The temp indicator light goes on and off according to the temp selected.
The sensor referred to is part and parcel of the the thermostat, or temp selector
the fact the light goes on and off, shows that the thermostatt is working, but neccesserily at the correct temp.I maintain that the thermostat that controls the temp is faulty, and needs to be replaced.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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