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After baking, when I press the cancel button, the tone starts beeping, short beeps, and an F1 signal appears. I hit cancel again and it stops, but it starts again within another minute. This continues until I disconnect the electricity. This problem does not occur every time I use the oven.

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  • joyann Dec 11, 2007

    I have a 6-year-old Kenmore Electric Range Oven that periodically ( out of the blue -- when in use) flashes F1 and continually raises in temperature -- to a very high degree. Just how hot, I don't know, because we always hit the circuit breaker to cut the power. This has happened a few times in the past 2 years and each time we hope and assume it will not happen again. I would think that these appliances would have some kind of built-in fire prevention system to just shut off in a case like this -- so that a fire is not caused. Any suggestions, besides get a new range before my house burns down?

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While I can't promise results, it sounds similar to a problem I have helped over 1100 other solve. Please go to the following link: http://fp1.centurytel.net/Powerman/Dreaded F7 Problem.pdf Let me know if it works for you. You can email me at [email protected]

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