F2 error code when oven operates at high temperatures for awhile. No problem when at high temperature for cleaning. I removed the oven and disconnected the sensor. The sensor resistance measures 1100 ohms. Is that within spec? If it's not the sensor, where else should I look?
Answer Alan, The sensor resistance is in range , at room temp. (1050-1100 ohms) but could be erratic and inconsistent at the mid range temperatures (1650-1950 ohms). Check the sensor harness connectons and make sure they are a tight fit, and the connectors are not discolored. Check both wires and make sure there are no frayed or broken insulation, then replace the oven temperature sensor WB23T10015, the alternative would be a fault in the ERC/Clock WB27T10605, but that's not likely at this point.
How do I change out the sensor assembly? Do I have to pull the oven out to get to the sensor connector?
Thanks For Help!
You can look inside the wall oven and see if there are 2 screws that hold the sensor in place. If there are not then you will need to pull the unit and remove the rear cover to access the sensor.