F10 error code started flashing and my oven shut itself off temperature control failed
John C. M. • Ruther Glen, VA • July 15, 2014
Appliance: Frigidaire Electric Range FEFL79JBA
My Repair & Advice
After I came from from work, my wife told me about the problem. I quickly began to research the code F10 which according to the paper in the pouch behind my range said it needed a new temperature control sensor and that should fix it. It also said that if that doesn't fix the problem that I'd have to replace the circuit board which probably got fried due to the runaway temperature. So, I decided to just order the temperature sensor part# AP3963654 for $25.63 plus shipping. I ordered the part at 11 pm Thursday night and received it that Saturday at 12:30 pm. I paid for regular mail! I used a socket set to remove the bottom half of the backing then used the same socket set to remove the sensor. It was as easy as 1-2-3. I installed the the new part and closed up the backing. The whole process took me less than 10 minutes.
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Repair Time Estimate
Less than 15 minutes