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Hi Larry, the famous F1 code, this is the meaning of the F1 code
In your case you will need to replace the clock, on some models such as yours the clock and keypad are one unit, some ranges have a separate keypad which has the ribbon strip on it and plugs into the clock but in your case the clock and keypad are one unit, so the clock will need to be replaced, you can order this at the following link
http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Oven-Control-Board/400605?modelNumber=CER3540AAW thanks and well wishes, Bryan
Bought & installed the entire unit. The unit accepts 4 single wires that plug in and one five-wire socket that plugs into the unit. The unit looks just like the illustration that you included with your answer to me, It is a single unit with no wires / ribbon connector of any type coming out of the unit.
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Problems with the temperature probe would make sense seeing that the problem occurred after a oven self-cleaning cycle was run. Maybe the probe was damaged.
I tested the resistance of the oven temperature probe and it is completely open - no conductivity. If the probe is the problem, should I just pull the new control unit and reinstall the old one?
No problem. I appreciate your expertise and tenacity, even after I released the payment. I talked to "Repair Clinic" and am returning the control unit and ordered the temperature probe.
Thank you. I'll try to get back to you after I get the probe for an update to you.
Purchased an oven probe locally and this solved the F1 code problem on this range.
Thank you for your help and follow-up. I would certainly recommend and use your services again in the future.