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BEEPING OVEN HAVE A KENMORE SLIDE IN ELECTRIC RANGE. WILL NOT STOP BEEPING UNLESS I UNPLUG IT. FAULT APPEARS AS F-1

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The F1 and constant beeping is an error code indicating that your electronic control board (clock/timer) is defective. The fault cannot be reset and the control board must be replaced. This can be an expensive repair if your range is no longer covered by a warranty or service plan. The cost to buy a new control board can be in the neighborhood of about $200. Sorry...but I do hope this helps you.

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