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Whirlpool range rf265lxtb mainboard issues

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Whirlpool range showing error indicating sensor short. Sensor and harness test fine... no shorts. Same issue with different harness and sensor. All other components tests ok. Replaced board with a rebuilt board. Same problem. Same error occurs even with sensor not connected. Tested sensor and harness directly and at board as well as short to ground. Can there be anything else other than another bad board?

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... Whirlpool range showing error indicating sensor short.

... Same error occurs even with sensor not connected.

1) F3E1 ?

2) with the Connector disconnected at the Board ?

 

got the correct Board ?

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did not try it with connector disconnected at the board since door switch etc also part of that connector. But since the oven is in my shop, I can give it a try shortly

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got the correct Board ?

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rf265lxtbW10108100

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uh oh..... that could be the key....been pulling my hair out. I did notice the newer board preheated for 8 minutes while the original preheated for 5. Thought it was a software upgrade. You give me hope that my testing abilities are still intact although my model reading abilities may need some serious self chastisement. checking soon.

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correct Wiring Harness ?

 

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See if anything pops up in diagnostic mode. Cancel/Off>Cancel/Off>Start and scroll with temp up key.

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 Diagnostics showed everything cool as well other than the f3 e1 error. But I never believe those lying pieces of crap anyway. They are the first to say.."hey, aint nothing wrong with me...it's that other guy."

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Topic split and moved here.

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Take the large hammer out of your toolbag and show it to the range.  Note under service performed:  "Scared unit to death.  Checked operation-Ok".

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Update. The rebuilt board was bad... they replaced it and all is well.

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Domo for letting us know, Brother Durham!  

 

Just curious:  was rebuilt the only option with model and, if so, is that why you went that route?

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Domo for letting us know, Brother Durham!  

 

Just curious:  was rebuilt the only option with model and, if so, is that why you went that route

 

 

Investment property beat up stove, the board was about 300 new...rebuilt was the only option for the repair to make sense. I actually advised the customer to replace the stove instead.

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I hears that, mah bruvah.  Rule Numero Uno for service calls: situational awareness.  

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