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Guest robert inman

f7 error

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hello my Kenmore oven (model:911.30465792 ) keeps generating a f-7 error, even after power cycle.

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[align=left]F7 [/align]

[align=left]Stuck function switch or button on Electronic Range Control (ERC) [/align]

[align=left]Replace Electronic Range Control/Clock (ERC) [/align]

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 F7

[align=left]Computer logic interrupted (lock motor) [/align]

[align=left]Replace Electronic Range Control (ERC) [/align]____________________________________________________________________________

According to the fault codes in this site, this is what I found for the Roper ranges, which is who made this unit for Sears.  The 911 prefix means Roper brand.   Any other suggestions out there?  Pegi

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Definitely consult the tech sheet for this range as fault codes change among makes and models.

Always a good idea to check the oven sensor-- easy to do and prevents one of those DOH! moments that may occur if the ERC is replaced and it turned out to be the sensor all along.

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I almost always replace the sensor if I'm replacing the ERC:dude:

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That's a good idea, Jedi. The sensor is cheap compared to the ERC and a bad sensor can take out an ERC.

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