Did you suspect the first replacement EOC was bad from the box?
Unplug your refrigerator from the ac outlet, open door for approx 5 minutes, leave doors open re-power, if beeping begins close door let run for 5 more minutes, check for further beeping , it is a reset procedure for a false positive failure code
#2 remove the face plate of the climate control drawer and unplug cable that connects the face plate to the drawer, sometimes these connections are not tight/aligned from the factory and create intermittent beeping as again false positive error code beeps, re-power and test for beeping
? this is a gas range ?
PS the EOC is the first part to be suspect with this beeping on these stoves, but that has been tried without success, we are looking for a loose connection next from the factory
#2 was an error please omit
Both EOC's have the same symptom.
I understand and it was the correct first step, to try, I cannot find the wiring diagram for this model, I have the CD and CE not CH, I am also thinking maybe a thermistor/klixon is bad, most likely a thermistor,
I will look elsewhere to troubleshoot. Thanks for your help anyways.
Frigidaire, I bought a top of the line gas dryer from Sears, they replaced the EOC Three times, [no firing of the gas] they were replacing parts after parts until I measured the resistance of a thermistor it was off by 5000 ohms