Hey it's Steve.
My range is showing F3, EO. my model no# GW395LEG03.
I have already replaced my oven temp sensor, this stopped the earror code from coming up for about a week, but now there back. Do I need to change out the control board next?
Answer Hello Steve, Oven sensor
opened. 1. Measure sensor value (between connector pins) between 1000 O @ 32° F (0° C)
and 2697 O @ 900° F (482° C) (approximately 1080 O @ room temperature). If
measurement does not correlate to real temperature, disconnect power,
replace sensor and refer to steps 3-5. Also measure from sensor connector to
sensor casing for possible short.
2. Trace wires and connectors to sensor, from control, then from sensor back to
control. If all connections made and no wire damage, refer to step 3.
3. Disconnect power for longer than 30 seconds.
4. Reapply power and observe for longer than 1 minute.
5. If failure remains, disconnect power, replace control, then go back to step 4.
Sounds like the control needs to be replaced on the unit If the sensor is new.
My oven burner will not light. I replaced the ignitor, which was defective, but the oven burner (gas) will not come on. How do I troubleshoot further ? Suspect the problem is either the gas valve or the electronic control board.
Answer Al. If the igniter ohms out between 75-800 ohms cold it should be good. Even if you received a new part, a very minute hairline crack will still open the igniter just enough to not light it. Usually they are packed very good in the box so it will be a rare case if it is open and new. If you have or can borrow a clamp on amp meter, this will aid in diagnosis. Remove the storage drawer. Remove the rear cover inside the back to access the safety valve. Then clamp the amp meter on either lead of the igniter by the gas valve (white). Now command the bake to work. In 30-45 seconds, the amp probe will pull between 3.2-3.6amps and the igniter will glow white. At this point it will open the safety valve and gas flow will ignite. Or if you have a volt meter set to the highest volt scale, it should read 3.2-3.6 vac. If no gas flow, then you need the safety valve. Part # 9755424. Thank You.
Can pt # ps403251 be repaired?
Answer Hello Millard! The part number given, PS403251, is a Parts Select part number. Searching your model number I have located the microcomputer, this is our part number 9753639. This part can not be repaired and will need to be replaced if found defective. Thanks.