Has any solutions been found for oven going into broiler mode without humans anywhere near it. Did it twice today and finally told my wife to kill breaker so it won't burn down house. Like other post, keypad died and only clear worked. It asked to have start pressed but start didn't work. After turning power back on, seems to work fine, all buttons and functions. Must be a relay??? Key pad or board more likely to be problem? Noticed on repaire clinic, boards have been changed as to wiring. How hard to replace with this new type of board?
Mine started doing this also. It is the "F7" error reported elsewhere, and it means a bad board or bad connections. I'm in search of a diagram or something to tell me how to open the face up and look at the contacts to the board.
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Yes, the program and thermostat calls for the fan to cool the electronics, without that you can loose the electronic boards. Normally the fans will shut off once temps drop to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Enjoy your new home.
the sensor in your oven is picking up the high heat and posting error message which displays F2 ,at least the sensor is working but lets look at the problem isuspect one of two the first is your control switch needs tested i would say this is the problem and number two the elemant could be on its way out either of these problems are going to need a electrican to fix ,sorry i cant give you a simple answer to your problem.adrian
Mine was doing the same thing all day today. All I know is when it was cool I lifted up a bit on the lower burner an inch or so, and set it down. Next thing ya know, you guessed, it, it's working again...Not sure what's doing it, will keep checking for a solution.
You can buy replacement tops for your range. Check with your manufacturer for local parts distributors or service locations and they should be able to find you one. There is also online part stores that sell them like http://www.partadvantage.com/store anywhere from 150-400$