Hello, I have change the clock, but still the same problem. It gives an f30 code and the oven doesn't work. Please can you help me?
Answer Hello Victor, The F30 code means the temperature probe has an open circuit. It could be the probe or control board but probably not. There is two thermal overload switches in this circuit which may be tripped. One is located in back of range and the other is located in the front near right burner knob. Find these two switches and press the red button on them to see if it clicks and resets. Hope this helps.
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Control panel only sets three numbers for temp control. Oven works but can't get panel numbers to work
Answer Hello Robin. Based on the information you provided, the control board is bad and will need to be replaced on the unit.
I have a PF20 error, ordering replacement board for it and wanted to know how to install it if there are pictures or quick instructions.
Answer Hello Adriel,
Discontinue the power supply to the unit and pull it out from the wall so you can get back there. Remove the screws from the rear control panel cover. Be sure to be careful of the sharp edges! Wear gloves if you have them. Remove the screws securing the assembly in the control panel and allow it to hang by the wires. Get the new board and hold it next to the old one. Remove the first wire and install it on the new board. Remove the next wire and install it on the new board. Continue in this fashion until all of the wires have been transferred to the new board. Peel off the overlay carefully as you need to reuse it. Reinstall the screws that secure the assembly in the control panel. Reinstall the control panel rear cover and re-establish the power supply. Once the unit has been tested, the unit can be moved back into place and you're done.