The upper oven (which is also an electric convection oven) is heating on its own without being turned on. After trying to turn it off in the usual manner, it will stop for a short period of time. However, it will start up again on its own. The only way to stop it is to turn off the circuit breaker. The oven was purchased new about four years ago.
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Re: Whirlpool Double Oven GBD307
There are three possible issues, one is a faulty ground. the computer uses ground to determine zero in binary logic. It could also be a stuck key on the input board, or the main control board. Check your owners manual, some units come with an exceptional warranty on the electronics. This is a big one and it may be worth your time to call a tech in to check it out. electronics are expensive and you can not send them back if you diagnosis is wrong.
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that's a bad touch panel or key panel,the number you sent isn't the full model number off of the oven so when you call to order the part you will need that.if you try to fix this yourself make sure the power is off.good luck
Bake and convection bake settings both use the bottom bake element to heat. It would be unusual for bake to work without conv. bake working. You also have pure convection which uses a different element surrounding the conv. fan on the back of the unit. If you press a feature and nothing happens it's the touch pad. If it comes on then turns back off it's probably the ERC (clock). If it comes on and wont heat only in pure conv. possibly an upper relay board or element problem.
We had the same error codes F2 E6. We were told to turn off the breaker to the oven for 5 minutes and then turn it back on and it will reset itself. We tried it and it worked! Whirpool wanted to send someone out on a service call. Thank goodness we didn't!