I'm getting an f2 code after the oven heats up. Is this the sensor?
Answer Hello Steve. Yes, the f2 code is for the oven sensor. Hope this helps.
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Had a F3 code. Replaced the sensor and still getting the code. Is it the control panel?
Answer Hello Andy. If the sensor is new, and the wiring is good, then it is the control board that is bad.
I was getting an F2 error code. I looked it up that it was the sensor, my brother decided to try and remove the sensor to take it to get a replacement part and couldn't get it out so he "pulled harder" and I think it broke disconnecting the wires. What part would I now need to purchase or how do I check to see what if anything is broken? It is a Kenmore PLT059-2 M#911.3042593 in wall gas oven.
Answer Brenda, The part you would need is WB21X5301 Oven Sensor Assembly. It will contain a new sensor with wires and connector as well as two hi temp porcelain wire nuts. If the connector was damaged, he would remove the connectors and strip the end of the wires and use the wire nuts to splice them together. Hopefully he can "fish" the harness wires out through the opening where the sensor was attached, otherwise he will need to remove the oven from the wall, to access and repair or splice the wires.