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Kenmore 790.46599501 - Boil over then F10, F13, F90

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We had a boil over on the stove that leaked into the EOC enclosure due to faulty gasket. Got an F10 error after a few minutes. Truend oven off at breaker for a few minutes. When I turned it back on, I got short buzz then code F13. Cleared that and oven door is locked. After about a minute or so I get code F90.  Am I destined for a new EOC or is there something I can try? Tech manual perhaps? I have owners manual but not any help.

 

Thanks,

Blindside

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Nope, need to replace the EOC AND the gasket.

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We had a boil over on the stove

what boiled over ?

just water ?

Salt water ?

 

You could try soaking / rinsing Controller in Isopropyl Alcohol

and letting it dry completely

(a few days in front of a fan)

 

F10 Runaway Temperature.

F13 Bad EEPROM Identification / checksum error.

F90 Maximum oven door unlock time exceeded.

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After I let it alone for the afternoon, I came back to it and cleaned the connector pins that looked charred or coroded. I cleaned them as best I could, put everything back together and turned the breaker back on.  It seems to be working fine now.  WOW!  I am going to go ahead and order a new gasket though.  Thanks for the guidance.

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