I am getting a F7 errror... but it is not happening all the time.And it seems that the temperature setting is not correctly responding to the requested temp. Again, this is not always happening..
thanks in advance.
Answer Hello Bob,
This can be a stuck key pad or it may mean a relay in turned on. As per the manufacturer, determine if the problem is with the key panel or control by doing the following: 1. Push the CLEAR/OFF pad. 2. Dis-connect the ribbon cable from the control and wait at least 32 seconds to see if the code recurs. (a) If code r3ecurs, problem is in the control. Replace the control WB27T10276. (b) If code does not recur, the problem is with the key panel WB36T10071.
i have a kenmore oven (model 911) and im replacing oven control switch (wb27t10064) with control switch wb27t10276. what wires do i need to connect from new control to get oven to work?
The gang plug will plug up normally on this control board. The brown for the OVL2 and Violet for OVL 1 will connect to the same connectors. The ground has been eliminated. Black to L1a and the white to N will be the same. The Yellow wire to bake will connect to the relay with the yellow dot just below the dot and the purple wire to the relay with the purple dot just below the dot. The black that goes to the Aux 1 will connect to the same position.