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Amana ARGS7650SS problem

Everything works well for about an hour. If the oven is in use for an extended period of time (1-2 hours) it turns off and the clock begins blinking. No fault codes are shown. Once the oven has cooled down and the clock reset button is pushed, it operates fine again, unless the baking period is an hour or more. How can I identify if it is a faulty temperature sensor? Replacement is easy. How can I identify if it is a faulty Electronic Control Panel? And where would I find installation assistance? I can't figure out how to remove the Panel? Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Jan 15, 2008

    I am having the same problem. Since my range was new, I have never been able to cook a Christmas or Thanksgiving turkey dinner!!!! Fine for an hour or an hour and a half.....shuts off and I have had it serviced three times (every other year when my turn to do turkey dinners).....cosltly and frustrating!!!! I was each time told it was the ignitor.....paid to have the ignitor replaced only to have same problem following useage for more than an hour!!!!..couldn't do Christmas dinner fully this year (used my neighbours oven.....for 30 people).....very upset. Called to report the problem and followed up with a detailed letter and every receipt for repairs.....waiting to hear.

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2008

    The oven turns off after and hour of operation when the oven reaches more than 350 F degrees. The control panel turns off.

  • pet_dr2b Jul 07, 2008

    I have the same problem. I bought a house with this range in it already and when I was baking the oven just shut off, then the blinking thing started, and I could restart. But it really messes things up. Any help as to what the real problem is? I don't want to buy a new range if I don't have to.

  • Anonymous Aug 17, 2008

    I HATE this oven what a piece of junk in a shiny stainless steel case. Had to have costly repairs two times already, and now a loud pop and the oven shuts off. Top works, but not the oven. The other day it comes on and so I tried to bake, and it just flashes an F3 with loud beeps. Arrrrghhh!!!

  • Anonymous Oct 10, 2008

    My repairman measured the OUTSIDE of the oven because mine heats too and shuts off - the whole display panel goes blank - the OUTSIDE temp was 197 degrees! It's melting itself! I would like to know what kind of safety hazard that is and if Amana is going to replace my oven - of course it's 6 months out of warranty...

  • steve151971 Dec 26, 2008

    Oven runs for a short period of time and then the control panel shuts down. The gas cooktop always works properly. The control panel seems unusually hot. After a period of time it comes back on. Sometimes it works well at all times. Not sure where to start. Please advise. Maybe an insulation panel for the control panel?????

  • danbp1 Feb 06, 2009

    After baking for a longer period of time, eg. a turkey the oven panel just goes blank and the oven turns off



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Try this site - repairclinic dot com. there are some helps about where the screws are to remove the control panel.

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