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F4 Hi... My oven is having some issues, there is an F4 blinking and i can turn the oven ON. The Microwave attached to it is working just find... i need to know what the F4 mean and maybe how to fix it, i called GE and they charge tooo much money just to send some guy to check out the problem that's not including the labor and materials.. so please someone tell me how to fix my F4 situation

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  • luvin2thpick Aug 27, 2007

    Do you know where i can get a replacement for the temperature sensor?
    Thanks

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Replace the temperature sensor. It is usually located in the upper left corner of the oven (inside). Two screws hold it in place and, if you're lucky, you can pull out the junction to disconnect the old and connect the new one. Do this with the power off, Please!

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