Question about Whirlpool RBD305PD Electric Double Oven
NOT WORKING AT ALL
Posted by Anonymous on
The F3 E2 error means that the oven high temperature sensor is reporting an over-temperature event. This could be a problem with the sensor, the oven control unit or the wiring. The oven needs to be unplugged (or the circuit breaker turned off) and then you can check the sensor. Since this is a built-in oven, you may want to get a professional to look at it. The oven has to be pulled out of the cabinet; if you do it yourself, make sure to get another person to help.
You need to open the rear access panel that covers the control (ERC) and the lower panel over the back of the range. Then find the sensor and trace it's wiring up to the ERC. Disconnect the wires from the ERC. Then with a multimeter, check the resistance of the oven temperature sensor. It should give a reading of 1000-1200 Ohms. Then the ERC may be faulty.
However, some people report that just disconnecting and then reconnecting the wiring will solve the issue. In that case, a bit of debris may have gotten into the wiring harness.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 20, 2015
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