The F10 error code indicates that the electronic oven control board is detecting a runaway (extremely high) temperature in the oven. If this is happening before the oven even begins heating or is not up to the set temperature, then you could have a failed oven temperature sensor or a failed electronic control board. A wire harness failure could also cause this problem. If the oven heats to an extremely high temperature and then you see this F10, then you likely have a stuck relay on the electronic oven control board and it will need to be replaced. A technician will normally need to diagnose and repair this type of failure.
If you want to attempt to diagnose and repair this failure yourself, I recommend
unplugging the range
and checking the oven temperature sensor probe first. You will need a volt/ohm meter to check the resistance of this component. You can access the wiring disconnect plug on some models by removing the screws that secure the probe on the inside back wall of the oven. Some models have the probe secured with screws on the back panel of the oven. If the probe is secured by screws on the inside of the oven cavity, remove the screws and carefully pull the probe inside the oven cavity until you can access and unplug the wiring disconnect plug. Measure the resistance across the leads of the probe. You should measure about 1100 ohms at room temperature. The resistance chart for the temperature probe is shown in the first image below. If the temperature probe resistance is high, then this is likely causing your F10 code. The probe would need to be replaced. You can order a new one from the
website. The part number is 316217003.
If the resistance of the temperature probe is okay, then you could have a wire harness problem or a failed control board. The next step would be to reconnect the probe and then remove the upper back panel to access the electronic oven control board. A diagram of the wiring connections on the electronic control board is shown in the second image below. I recommend checking the resistance through the temperature probe circuit that connects to the control board (with the range still unplugged). If the resistance through the wiring circuit is good and the connection to the control board is okay, then you will likely need to replace the electronic oven control board. The part number for the control board is 316418208.
If you are not completely confident in your technical ability to safely access and check these components, I recommend calling a service technician to repair the range.
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