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my kenmore oven will not stop beeping. the display keeps flashing: F 10 How do I make it stop?

I broiled something and now none of the buttons will register a response. The display is still flashing F10 and the beeping is driving me crazy.

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April 1st, 2011
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The beeping will continue until the problem in the range is repaired. You can get relief from the beeping by turning the circuit breakers to the range off.

The F10 code indicates the electronic oven control (EOC) has detected an over temp condition in the oven. This can be caused by an oven temperature sensor or the EOC (electronic oven control).

We can't test the EOC but we can test the oven sensor. To do this turn the power to the range off and remove the panel that covers the controls on the rear.

Disconnect the plug on the EOC that has 2 violet wires in it and read the resistance between the violet wires. It should read between 1000-1200 ohms at room temperature. If the oven sensor checks within this range the EOC is bad.

If the resistance is out of range take the lower panel off the rear of the range and disconnect the violet wires from the plug that goes to the oven sensor. Read the resistance of the sensor. If it is still not within the range the sensor is bad. If it measures within the range the problem is in the wiring from the EOC to the sensor.

If you are not comfortable repairing the range, you can go to

Home Services

and getting a Sears technician to repair the range.
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April 1st, 2011
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