Start oven as if you were going to do a self clean....when self clean starts hit cancel...Let me know what you come up with...
Yes, the oven appears to lock and unlock w/o any problems.
The model number is XXXXX
Sounds like I need to remove the sensor in order to test it - is that correct? If so, I can see two screws holding it to the oven; I'm assuming that I can just detach the screws and unplug whatever the connection is? And do I need to unplug the oven itself?
Also, I don't know the cost of a replacement sensor or a replacement display unit. Given the age of the oven, should I be thinking about a replacement instead?
On average around $65.00..Yes unplug oven also...That is up to you,is oven in good working order other wise...You can also try ordering sensor first from this site..they have a good return policy... www.repairclinic.com
Ok...I see it here in your post....Was checking to see if you had a seperate keypad..But you do not...Sometimes the keypad could cause a F1 code...Yours does not have seperate keypad.....If you order the part from the website i have provided if it doesnt work for you ...You can return it...Thanks Bob
Unfortunately, we need to use the oven, so I will need to get a sensor today from the local appliance dealer....