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    • Part Number: AP3130719
    • MFG Part Number: 8053344
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Have error code E0 -F3- is this the code for temp sensor error?

Tom for Model Number GW395legt3

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I have a Whirlpool Stove and I recently got F3E2 error code. When baking we noticed that the bottom element would heat up then turn off and the broiler element would turn on and stay on. The only way to turn it off was by the fuse box. I purchased the bottom element and a Temp sensor on Sunday from your company and received them on Tuesday (awesome service) got them installed but still having the same problem. Now when we turn the fuse box back on the broiler element comes back on.

Kelly for Model Number RF324PXEN1

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I'm get an error code E2F3 on my oven. I've replaced the bottom element and the Temp sensor. plugged it back in and set it at 350* and it works good for a while and then the broiler element turns on (which burns whatever we're cooking) but also spikes the Temp up high and I get the code again..I'm not sure what to check next.

Kelly for Model Number RF324PXEN1

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When oven is on shutoff will not stay at set temperture, have to keep resetting.

Joe D for Model Number rb760pxy0

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A couple of years ago I asked for help and was told my control panel needed to be replaced. I replaced it and the oven has been working beautifully until recently. Now even though it says it's on and heating it's not igniting. It started with not igniting until the countdown reached 8 minutes or so and the other day there was a minute left and it hadn't ignited. The pilot light is lit as I can see a flame. My Question is ---- is the igniter bad or does it need cleaning? How do you go about cleaning it? and is changing it something I can do myself? Thanks for you time. Deb

Deb for Model Number Whirlpool gas range -- SF365PEGWO

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Recently our oven has been baking, and then all of the sudden, it turns off. Nothing works on the panel for the oven, but the top burners still work. Later it will come back on, and it will say PF. We have also unplugged and plugged back in, and it will work too. Do you think it is the temperature sensor that needs replaced?

Deb for Model Number KERV607HBS4

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Oven is not working. checked oven sensor with ohm meter. reads 1952 at room temp. is it a bad sensor?

Terry for Model Number sf325peewo

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I have a gas range. I have been having problem with it taking longer time than it should to bake. pre-heat to 350, counts down time. when baking should take 12- 17 minutes, will have to add 5 more minutes, then add 3-5 more minutes more. looked in bottom broiler, gas and egniter both on. now oven will not preheat at all. Is it the oven sensor bad? Thank you

Terry for Model Number SF325PEEWO

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I have a gas range that blew the gfi this am, I reset it, oven turns on and had flame at bottom of oven but oven won't heat. Would this issue be the oven temperature sensor? Thanks

Mike for Model Number sf385pee

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When the oven is set for 350, it works good for a while keeps the temp around 350, then the temperature starts climbing it goes up past 500 degrees and burns all the food. It has done this all of the time now.

Tom for Model Number whirlpool range mod # wfg361lvq1

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