Control panel reads f1 oven not heating any suggestioms
The F1 error code would be an overheating issue in which you will want to test the oven sensor for 1090 ohms of resistance. If the resistance checks bad then replace the oven sensor. If the oven sensor checks ok then the issue would be with the oven control board.
I replaced panel board and I can not get oven broil to heat up.
It is possible that you received a faulty control board. You will want to check at the main control board with the unit set to broil between the broil and L1 to see if there is 240 vac. If there is not then check the broil element to make sure that it is good. If there is then the issue would be the control board.
The burners keep going off and oven will not heatup.
Answer Hello Jerry,
Since the only electrical circuitry shared between the surface burners and the bake compartment is from the terminal block back to the breaker box, I would start at the receptacle, power cord, and terminal block in search of this issue. If the problem is at the terminal block, the wires from the loose connection will be discolored and burned looking. If the issue is in the wall receptacle, there will be at least one burned spot on one of the prongs on the power cord. If no problem is located there, check the connections to the breaker in the breaker box.
Oven temp will not always reach set point, sometimes off by 50 degrees. Then again,sometimes it is o.k. ????
You will want to check the oven sensor to make sure that it is around 1090 ohms at room temperature. If the resistance is not correct then replace the oven sensor. Also check the wiring between the control board and the oven sensor to make sure that there is no damage and has continuity through it.
How do you install this part? AP3672811
Answer Hello Merrilee,
Make sure the unit is unplugged from the power supply and remove the top rear panel. This will expose the clock assembly. Remove the four screws securing the clock to the control panel. Now remove one wire and transfer it to the new clock. Transfer the next and so on until all wires have been transferred to the new part. This prevents cross wiring. Now peel off the old overlay and transfer it to the new clock assembly, unless the new clock came with a new overlay. If it did, be sure to peel off the protective coating at this point. Re-install the new clock in the reverse order of the units' dis-assembly.