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kenmore range model 911.7360191 "F4"


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Posted 02 October 2013 - 10:20 PM

push bake and set temperature and it comes on ignitor lights gas and it climbs to proper temp but after it operates for a while will beep and show F4 and then loses temp.  DOESNT DO IT EVERY TIME. it seems if you cook at 350 for say 20 minutes it will work fine( 3 out of 4 times) but every time you set it for 400 degrees or more and cook for longer than say 25 minutes it will eventually do the "F4" shut down deal. any ideas?



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Posted 02 October 2013 - 11:31 PM

F-4 for a Roper range indicates a shorted sensor......................I would suspect a failing oven sensor.......P/N 334300....Bummer,... :yucky:...  it is NLA at the Sears parts site...........BUT,  it crosses over to Whirlpool P/N 8053344 for only 40 clam$... give it a try and when it is apart check all of your connections.... :thumbsup:






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