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 Posted: Thu May 19th, 2005 12:26 am
   
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The fact that you're getting the F7 even with the keypad disconnected tells me the problem is not contained to the touchpanel.

You need both the touch panel and the ERC.



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Ok, so F0 with the touchpanel disconnected means bad ERC.  F7 with the touchpanel connected means bad touchpanel.  So, again, you need both the ERC and the touchpanel. Scroll down to the bottom of this page and use that form to buy your parts.



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If you got F0 with the touch pad attached as well as detached then I would say it is your ERC that is bad.  If you saw just one F7 during all this I would replace both the touch pad and the ERC. 

It is nice when they error like that consistently so you can experiment and pinpoint the problem.  Most of the time they error intermittently

May the Force be with you and guide you through these darkest of times as you battle with this most evil machine manufactured by the Great satEn in the very depths of hell itself.  

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 Posted: Fri Feb 10th, 2006 12:39 am
   
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Surely the Force is with you, for you have found the correct part.  Yes that is the part that you need. 

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no, you need the keypanel, the f-o is telling you the keypanel is disconected.

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Suggesting are you Harryf,  that for all of these years,  replacing I should have been,   ERCs that failed to F0 when their touch pads were disconnected? Hmmmmm?

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noooo, when you disconnect the keypad, especialy on the newer ones f-o will come up as a communication problem, ie-pad not found. 

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Does F0 = pad not found on this grasshopper's JTP5600 series wall oven?

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yeah, it should. he got f-0, [communication problem] pad shorted or open. then when he disconnected pad he got same thing, which led to his confusion. i don't agree with this "test".   f-0- change the keypad. i never had a bad erc with this problem.  when erc goes bad it usally does weird things like can't control temp. and sensor o.k.

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Thank You for sharing this most astounding revelation with us.   The casual observer might think that if the ERC issues the same error (F0) with the keypad attached as well as detached that the problem lies within the ERC itself and not the keypad.  Surely the Force must be with you for you to so boldly point out that this is incorrect and that the problem lies within the keypad.  May the Force continue to guide you and shine favorably upon you in your quest for oneness with the Force.  Do you work for a somewhat larger firm?  Are there twenty or more technicians on your crew? 

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I have a newer (maybe 2002...)GE electric double wall oven (Kenmore, actually - made by GE).

FO fault code started late summer 2005. I could clear it for a while (week or so), then had to pull the breaker. I replaced the control panel once. No fault codes for approximately 2 months or so (can't actually remember). Started up again. With repairclinic.com's great guarantee, I replaced the control panel again yesterday with yet another new one. FO and incessant beeping started within 10 minutes!!! Grrrrrr...

This morning, based on reading this site, I tried pulling (gently, of course) the ribbon cable. Upon return of power, beeping and FO were immediate, with ribbon cable disconnected.

After reading this thread, I'm a little confused (I'm a female with no repair experience at all, although the control panel was pretty straightforward with using lots of pre-disconnect close-up digital pictures to guide me through the re-connections!!!! :) )

Anyway, do I or do I NOT try replacing the touch pad part? Or should I just get a new freakin' oven (non-GE, of course!!!) I hate GE, I've always hated GE...too bad this beast came with the house!!!!

Thanks for any help!

Regards,
Michelle

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mitch5252 wrote:
I have a newer (maybe 2002...)GE electric double wall oven (Kenmore, actually - made by GE).

FO fault code started late summer 2005. I could clear it for a while (week or so), then had to pull the breaker. I replaced the control panel once. No fault codes for approximately 2 months or so (can't actually remember). Started up again. With repairclinic.com's great guarantee, I replaced the control panel again yesterday with yet another new one. FO and incessant beeping started within 10 minutes!!! Grrrrrr...

This morning, based on reading this site, I tried pulling (gently, of course) the ribbon cable. Upon return of power, beeping and FO were immediate, with ribbon cable disconnected.

After reading this thread, I'm a little confused (I'm a female with no repair experience at all, although the control panel was pretty straightforward with using lots of pre-disconnect close-up digital pictures to guide me through the re-connections!!!! :) )

Anyway, do I or do I NOT try replacing the touch pad part? Or should I just get a new freakin' oven (non-GE, of course!!!) I hate GE, I've always hated GE...too bad this beast came with the house!!!!

Thanks for any help!

Regards,
Michelle


Follow-up to above message: I cleaned the ribbon cable with a pencil eraser...NO beeps for almost 24 hours!!!! I hope it lasts, then I can send that $150 part back just as soon as it gets here! :)

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