If I was to replace the control board, can I get to it from the front Or do I have to pull it out of the wall and get to it through the back? If I can do it from the front , can you tell me how?
Answer Hello Dee, You can work from the front. To remove the control panel you will need to remove the side trim. When you open the oven door there will be a screw toward the bottom of the opening that you will have to remove. Remove screw on either side and remove trim by pulling on the bottom out approximately 2" and slide top down to free from control panel. Once removed you will remove the 1 screw on either side of control panel. Once out you will pull control panel out from the bottom, and lift and unhook it from the oven cabinet support at the top.
After a power failure, the oven fan ran continuously and the PF code was present. While trying to reset the oven I saw the E0 F3 code. I unplugged the unit for a few minutes then plugged it back in. Again the fan started up after a few seconds. The control panel responds, oven light, temp, timer etc. but after setting oven temp and pushing start I get the F5 code. Thanks for any help.
Answer Mike, The F3 E0 code indicated the oven temp. sensor was an "open" circuit. The F5 error code indicates the oven door is open, but the self clean door latch switch is "closed" indicating the door is "locked". In some cases, you can program a self clean cycle, wait two or three minutes, then cancel the cycle. Sometimes that will reset the switch, and the oven will go back to normal operation. If not, you will need to check the self clean latch assembly W10195934 and the "sister" board 8301848 for possible damage from the voltage spike.