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 Posted: Mon Nov 15th, 2010 04:53 pm
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Here is a strange one for me. This is a GE double oven... top is electronically controlled and the bottom has a manual thermostat and selector switch. Top oven is F2 coding .. I know "Survey says 'SENSOR'" but here is the kicker (There always has to be a "kicker")

When I set the upper oven for bake or broil JUST the broil element turns on. It reaches temp, beeps at me yet the broil element doesn't shut off.

Now I have never seen the unit go into F2, the customer said it does so I have to take her word for it. I am going for the controller on this one. Any one of you seasoned GE techs have other opinions or experiences that tell me I am wrong?

 

Thank you in advance for your assistance

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from the 31-9084 service manual (if needed):

F2 Over temperature inside oven cavity as measured by sensor over 650°F

(which may happen if the Broil Element is staying ON)

 

F3 Open oven sensor

F4 Shorted oven sensor

 

Electronic clock control. *Wiring could differ from original, will possibly need to be installed by an appliance repairperson.

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F2 is an overtemperature code. Cooling fan could be defective or cutting out at higher temps. Cooling fan switch could be defective.



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Thank you guys! Yes, the broil is staying on so that is what is giving us the Overtemp fault.

Have I ever mentioned that I love this place? :D

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