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Tim M

Frigidaire double oven FEB398WECD F4 error code

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Top oven takes forever to heat. Sometimes shuts off and shows F4 code.

Old temp probe shows 1.07 K Ohms

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Of course it seems to behave once I've got it out of the wall.

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OK. So even they said the problem is intermittent. I'm guessing F4 does mean a shorted sensor, but it seems to test OK. The codes I'm looking at may not be for this model. I'm tracing the wires and they LOOK okay.

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... I'm guessing F4 does mean a shorted sensor,

that's all I could find...

Did you try a new Sensor ?

(price is right)

(may be intermittent)

OR may be a bad Controller ...

http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=1015027

 

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I have a wiring diagram, but doesn't look like much help

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Reg_US,

So glad to hear from you as always. I brought another sensor with me, but since I have to cut the wires since they changed the design, I was hesitant to install it. I switched the two existing sensors, but since it is an intermittent problem, and they are both behaving fine now, who can tell. I guess I'll bite the bullet and install the new one, but I don't want to be called back to re-diagnose. I guess I have plenty of time before Thanksgiving for the problem to show up again if I am wrong.

Tim

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Parts List & Wiring Diagram

5995334116.pdf

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When the issue is intermittent like that it often means a connector is corroded in the harness, or the wiring somehow burnt/loose/damaged (sensor harness). Can be effected by heat and use of oven

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has Self-Clean been done lately ? :nono:

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