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I would appreciate any you can provide! If the reading at the sensor is correct, the wiring between the sensor and the control is defective. If the reading is incorrect, the temperature probe (sensor) would need to be replaced. The t/stat you need to reset looks just like the one on the back.

What was wrong at that time? Thank you for stopping by. Sorry for the delay. FGGF3076KBK.

The cause of the problem can be a failed lock motor switches or a failed EOC. Gene // Dec 21, 2014 at 12:39 pm Hello James, Unplug the range or turn off the range circuit breaker for a few minutes and reapply power. ft. ... What does this mean please?

Gene // Dec 28, 2014 at 2:41 pm Hello Ken, The only way you can do it is to disconnect the EOC. Shop Star Wars costumes and accessories! Remove the power from the oven and pull the oven out of the cabinet. The content in this area cannot be displayed because your browser has JavaScript disabled (or does not support it, not common).

It was the larger ribbon connector on the right. Feel free to mail me any contributions should you save yourself a $350+ service call. It happens very often with GE products. Does the door lock motor run or not?

Thank you for your question. Happy holidays! This pricey gizmo runs a little over $200, but it's easy to change. Is there a way to calibrate it?

Chat is currently unavailable We're sorry! Gene. Neil Gene // Apr 5, 2015 at 9:46 pm Hello Neil, Thank you for your question. Thus the solution is to replace the timer which comes together with the overlay.

The burners work fine, oven cannot be used. Any suggestion is highly appreciated. Good luck. Gene.

Last night I tried to use the oven and it started flashing a F30 error. no sorry Expert: MRANSWER replied4 years ago. If the lock switch is defective, replace motor lock assembly. Gene.

Bad Micro Identification. Gene // Dec 19, 2014 at 11:35 am Hi George, I believe the relay board will solve the problem. The EOC part number 316207529 Happy New year! I can't help but worry there is a bigger issue, this time this was NOT relatively close to a self clean, which I have read can be a cause of electrical

if you test the oven temperature probe and it tests good, the electronic control board may need to be checked to make sure it's communicating with the sensor. P.S. Any help would be much appreciated. Everything works fine.

Ask Your Own Appliance Question Customer: replied4 years ago. The correction for this problem is to replace the EOC. The motor does not stop rotating.  Press stop key. The cause of this problem is a faulty EOC.

Use the "Search by the model number" link bellow to see if your range has a such part. steve // Dec 1, 2014 at 11:20 am hi gene i have frigidaire range that keep giving f30 & f31 errors - i managed to reset by tripping the breaker but Gene. Previously, a new EOC had been installed (and the ignitor - elements had cracked).

Sorry for the delay. Do not forget to turn off the oven circuit breaker prior to any disassembly. Per your advice (regarding Frigidaire stove model LFGF3014LWC), I cut the plastic connectors off and spliced the wires together making sure that the violet wires from the EOC side matched the I'll be glad to help you if any problems with the diagnostic.

Thanks again! I do have several boards. When did you install a new EOC? Once I cut power and reset it it seems to work, till it repeats.

Thank you Gene // Mar 7, 2015 at 2:42 pm Hello Frank. This part is the culprit, no doubt about it. However, a quick glance at page 12 of the Factory Parts Catalog's wiring diagram ( or shows two thermal breakers wired into the circuit as well. Now the convection fan stays on and it throws a F30 error code.

I disconnected the stove and plugged it back in, the broil and oven elements still do not work and they visibly appear fine. If you ordered the EOC and the temperature sensor from AppliancePartsPros. F62 Missing zero-cross signal Replace the EOC. Gene // Dec 26, 2014 at 2:29 pm Hello Rick, This problem can be caused by a faulty temperature sensor as well as a faulty relay board.

Melted the teflon off a baking pan. Unplug P1 connectors from both of the power supply boards and restore the power to the range. Thanks for your help Gene // Apr 23, 2015 at 10:12 pm Hello Jeff. Most likely there is only one problem caused by the faulty EOC, but there is a very small chance for the latch motor to fail as well.