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I ran into this problem and note that in the manual is states for "best results" the sensor should be powered up before the station. I had the station running and it wouldn't lock even after several hours. When I powered it down and brought it back up, it saw the sensor just fine...
Thanks for using FixYa. Error F3 in your range/oven means oven temperature sensor circuit failure. To resolve this issue you’ll have to check the oven temp. sensor circuit if the reading is more then 1100ohms then it should be replaced. Please do rate the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.
if the machine is a plack and white ricoh then the new error code is for the thermistors in the fuser they are not sending the correct temp readings check the fuser for toner build up on the surfaces of the thermistors and check the thermo fuses to see if they are blown....GOOD LUCK aa>>
It means there is a wiring error in the door. The only way to fix this error is to get a new door. What a pain! I had the same problem and the freezer was only 1 1/2 years old - thank goodness the manufacturer didn't charge me.
I've had a similar problem with another model, an Oregon Scientific Model IWA-80055 Wireless Thermo Clock, in which when I replaced the batteries in the remote sensor, the clock would not read the temperature from the remote sensor.
I found it fairly consistent to solve this by taking a battery out of place in the clock and putting it back in. Unfortunately this also messed up the clock's time and date. This is also in the instructions catalogue for the device, check and see if yours gives a similar solution.
05 Refrig. Cabinet Thermistor read open or shorted for 10+ seconds, or repeatedly read erratic temp’s
06 Refrig. Evaporator Thermistor read open or shorted for 10+ seconds, or repeatedly read erratic temp’s
07 Freezer Cabinet Thermistor read open or shorted for 10+ seconds, or repeatedly read erratic temp’s
08 Freezer Evaporator Thermistor read open or shorted for 10+ seconds, or repeatedly read erratic temp’s
20 Defrost Under-heat with No Voltage Feedback Through Gray/White Wire at Defrost Start
21 Defrost Overheat
22 No Voltage Feedback Through Gray/White Wire at Defrost Start
23 Defrost Overheat with No Voltage Feedback through Gray/White Wire at Defrost Start
24 Defrost Under-heat
30 Excessive Icemaker Water Valve Solenoid Activation (Exceeded 15 Seconds)
40 Excessive Freezer Compressor Run
50 Excessive Refrigerator Compressor Run