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Re: kenmore electric oven
F2 typically means an overtemperature condition. The cause could be welded relay contacts,a stalled or blocked cooling fan, blocked air flow to the rear of the unit or high resistance in the oven sensor leads or connectors. Check to see if there is any accumulation of dust bunnies in the fan. Do you remember if the fan has been running? There could also be a bad thermal switch. This tells the fan when to turn on and off. Unless you have some technical expertise, you may not feel comfortable checking on some of these causes. Be sure and turn off the power before poking around the wires and connectors in the top of the oven. There is usually a sheet of trouble shooting instructions in the top section of your oven which will give you some assistance. Good Luck.
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Hello- The code indicated- F9 - indicates a fault in the door lock circuit. The usual part that fails is a little switch by the latch. The full-power extended cycle burned out the contacts. The part is available, but fairly difficult to replace, so consider service. If this is the only problem you have after 'self-cleaning', consider yourself lucky. This cycle is called 'self-destruct' by most techs. Please acknowledge this post if the info is helpful- have more if needed. Thanks- Ed
Has the oven run out of control or gotten too hot? The 790 series is made by Frigidaire and those fault codes are F0 to F8. F2 indicates the temperature sensor is reading too hot. Now with the double oven models, some manufactures add an extra digit to the fault codes to indicate which oven created the fault.
Your most likely fix is to replace the temperature sensor. The most probable locations for the wiring diagram is taped inside the bottom drawer, on the back or under side of the oven, or behind one of the panels on the back of the oven. This might tell you the room temperature resistance for the temperature sensor so you can test it with an ohmmeter and be sure that it is faulty. Try Appliance Parts Pros for replacement sensors.
I used the self cleaning mode for 2 hours and the error f2 keeps flashing and beeping, I did try to power off with the breaker and left it off for about a half hour and it still continues to beep and flash f2, what should I do?
F0 Defective ERC Replace ERC F1 Defective ERC Replace ERC F2 Oven over heat Replace defective Sensor F3 Oven Sensor Open Check/Replace Sensor F4 Shorted wire or Sensor locate short and correct it or replace Sensor F5 Defective ERC Replace ERC F6 Problem with time keeping circuit Reset Time or cooking operation and check for proper ground. F7 Shorted or sticking button Clean button or replace ERC F8 Defective ERC Replace ERC F9 Door Latch Error Check latch and latch circuit
tire, if your model starts with 911. the code stands for an overtemperature condition. I would start with the temp sensor, this is the probe inside the oven cavity, part # 334300. You can ohm it out, should be around 1100 ohms at room temp. This is for model number starting with 911. Catriver..post back.