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Kenmore Error Code F7


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#1 Allie Fox

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Posted 26 April 2005 - 07:30 AM

Hello.  I have a Kenmore 24" range that keeps beeping and flashing an F7 error code.  I'm guessing that I need to replace the ERC but I don't know how to order the part.

 

The model number is 91147466791.

 

I have looked on the RepairClinic.com site and I can only find this (which I need in almond)  Is this the part that I need (the ERC) or am I missing something.

 

Help me Samurai Appliance Repair Man.  You're my only hope. 

 

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Posted 26 April 2005 - 08:34 AM

We don't wanna go replacing expensive parts, like ERCs, unless were absotootly sure it's bad.  Let's find the tech sheet for your range.  It's cleverly hidded somewhere on the range; in fact, if this range has never been worked on, I can guarandamnteeyou that the tech sheet is somewhere in the range.  Common hiding places:  underneath in the pot drawer space, pull the drawer out all the way and look around carefully with a flashlight;  may also be inside the control panel; may be in a pouch taped to the back of the range. 

Don't come back empty-handed-- without a tech sheet, we're just throwing darts blindfolded. 


#3 Allie Fox

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Posted 26 April 2005 - 09:48 AM

This unit is not a stand alone but rather a wall unit.  I will look around for a "tech sheet" and see what I can find.

 

How much does a ERC typically sell for?


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Posted 26 April 2005 - 01:14 PM

[user=416]Allie Fox[/user] wrote:

How much does a ERC typically sell for?


About $113.70 :laughing:

For a wall oven, the tech sheet will be inside the control panel. Cut power to the oven before opening the control panel.

#5 Allie Fox

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Posted 03 May 2005 - 11:38 AM

Thanks Guru.

 

I checked the panel and it seemed that something might have been loose.  It works fine now.

 

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