Oven is MER6770AAB
Got F1:-2 faults repeatably. Replaced the sensor even though it passed the ohm test in the video. A couple weeks later F1:-2 faults started to occur again. Checked both sensors, OK. Moved the replacement sensor I bought from you to the top from the bottom. Got a F1:-3 fault, but it did not reoccur. Just got a F1 fault and oven stopped heating. Turned off power for one minute to reset oven. Turned back on. Faults cleared and working for now. I watched the video for the ERC. All touchpad functions work. Is the next step the 12001661 clock assembly? Looking for advice before investing more in this 12 year old oven as the 12001661 is very expensive.
Based on the information, if the oven sensor ohm out between 1050 - 1100 at room temp then they are good. You would want to check the wiring of the oven sensor back to the oven control. If the wiring is ok then you would need to replace the clock assembly 12001661.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, April 01, 2013