Oven preheat lite stays on and elements do not warm up to set temperature. Is this a problem in the electronic control or maybe just the sensor?
Answer First check your voltage coming to the range for 240 volts. If this is good then you will need to replace the control. 316557115 You will need the overlay as well. 316419103
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My Frigidaire wall oven beeps and gives error code F1 and F3 after it's reaches the temperature I set on the control panel. It appears this may be the sensor probe causing the issue. Any other suggestions? Where can I find instructions on how to replace this part?
Based on the error codes that you have the oven sensor would be the issue with the unit. To access the probe will be done one of 2 ways. The first possible way is to look inside the unit and see if the probe, which is located in the upper left corner of the unit is mounted from the inside. If it is then just take out the screws and pull it out along with the connector. Disconnect the wires and make sure that the connector does not go back into the hole until the new sensor is plugged up. Then push the connector and wires into the hole and reattach. This is the easier method if mounted this way.
The other method will require the unit to be pulled out from the wall and disconnect the power. Once the power is disconnected then remove the rear panel of the unit and the probe will be on the right side when looking at the back. You will remove 2 screws and pull the probe out and install the new probe.
Turn on bake and everything starts to preheat but never stops heating then error code f10 and beeping. Oven shuts off. What do you think.. bad control or probe?
Answer Hello Peter! The F-10 error code indicates the control has sensed a runaway temperature. You need to test the temperature sensor . It should read about 1100 ohms at about 70°F. If it tests good and the wiring checks good, the clock  will have to be replaced.
Oven will not heat at all.
Answer Hello Joe. Make sure the elements are good in the unit. If so, and the voltage is correct, you will need to replace the control board in the unit.