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KitchenAid Superba Stove KGRC707LBS0 : code F3:E3

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Hey there - hope someone can help.

 

My KitchenAid Superba Stove (model KRGC707LBS0) is throwing a code - and won't work.


The code is F3:E3

 

I checked this site first (of course), and tested two thermostats under the keypad (one worked with the test, one didn't). I also checked the thermocouple - it tested fine.

 

I replaced BOTH thermostats (ordered the wrong one first) but it's still giving that code ...

 

any experts have any thoughts? Was I going in the wrong direction?

 

Thanks in advance for your help!

 

Regards,

Kurt

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f3 e3 registers as the oven is too hot.....this means  the probe is showing high resistance or your board is misreading it.  It may be the board but changing/testing probe is a lot cheaper and I've known probes to test fine but perform inaccurately.  Take the probe reading at the board. If you are getting a high resistance  like 3000 ohms then you may have a partially broken probe wire/harness.  

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f3 e3 registers as the oven is too hot.

 

 

F3E3 = Shorted sensor, always take reading from the control connection.

 

 

F3 E3 Keypad spill.

 

 

I be tho berry, berry confoosed!  How can one little ol' error code mean three different thangs?  Do y'all be's looking at the same tech sheet?

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:wacko:

rooh oohh

I was looking at F2E3

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