I have an Amana electric stove model ARR630LL and I started getting an F3 reading on the clock. I did some research and found out that the F3 meant a faulty heat senser. I went to the local parts house and got a new senser (part # y0314907) and installed it. The same thing is still showing on the clock (F-3). What next???? Roger
Answer Roger, A new oven temp. sensor should have a resistance of 1050 to 1100 ohms. Since the sensor is new, you'll need to check the wiring from the sensor connection up to the ERC/clock, make sure there are no broken wires, or damaged insulation and no loose connections. You may want to disconnect the sensor harness from the ERC and check the resistance across the wires in the connector. if you have the correct resistance, the ERC/Clock Y0309441is at fault
How hard is it to replace the temperature sensor in an amana electric oven?
Answer Hello Frankie. These are not hard to replace. Remove the screws securing the sensor and pull it out to unplug the connector. Then plug in the new sensor Y0314907 and reinstall the screws. Most can be done from the indie of the oven, but some require the back panel to be removed to access the screws for the sensor. Hope this helps.