After a close lightning strike the clock jumped ahead 4 hours but was not flashing. Reset clock and tried oven and received F2 code. Oven will not light at any temperature, broiler will laway light at any temperature oven is set to.
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Re: GE Range Spectra oven not working
F2 is an indication of an oven temperature sensor problem. Usually this is a problem with the oven sensor itself, or the relay contacts on the Electronic Range Control (ERC) board. If you had a close lightening strike, I would suspect that the contacts on the ERC are probably bad. It probably wouldn't hurt to replace the oven sensor as well. I hope this helps you.
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Try setting the oven to [CLEAN]
Then after 2 Minutes check to see that the door has locked.
After a total of 4 minutes Clear/Stop.
WAIT at least 10 minutes the see if the door then unlocks and the icon clears.
If not, then the door switch, or control board are bad.
f 2 code states that oven has exccded 590 deg w/door in unlocked position or 990 f in locked . either the themp prop is bad or the relay in the EOC ( clock ) is welded closed . I would replace the prob first ( less expensive ) then the clock if needed .. **** ..
First thing to do is unplug the range for a couple minutes then plug it back in. In some rare cases this will reset the control. If this doesn't work then you will need to use a meter and check to see if you are getting proper voltage to the control (clock) and the light. If you are getting voltage to the clock then it is bad. Let me know what you find and give me the complete model # from the sticker on the range so I can look into this for you better.