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I have a GE profile oven. I’m getting the error code F0 ( or FO) Online research tells me it has something to do with the controller for the oven… the top “burners” work fine. If I cycle power to the oven the error goes away for a short time and then reappears even if I did not try to use the oven. I have not been able to find instructions on line on how to repair / replace the controller. So I suppose my question(s) are. Is this a common error for this oven, and is the controller something that a relatively mechanically inclined (electrical) Engineer could replace if I buy a replacement controller on line? Can you point me to somewhere online that may have instruction on how to replace this?
Hi,The error code means a button on the touch pad is shorted or the control board is bad, they are fairly easy to replace but you will first need to determine if the touch pad or control is bad. If the touch pad is built into the control board then both will need to be replaced.If you have any questions please feel free to ask.
Once I get the error the touchpad is unresponsive. If I cycle power to the oven and the error goes away, the touchpad is functional - until some time passes and I get the F0 error again. Does this indicate the controller is bad? if this is not an indication of a bad controller, is there something i can do to determine controller or touchpad?
Can you give me the model number? Will help me figure this problem for you
Range.... I believe... 4 burnes on top...convection underneath... is that a RANGE?
OK... WAIT you mention a DRAWER. there is NO drawer...so maybe it is a wall oven...
Its NOT one of those ovens that is built into a wall... I feel silly...easy question...and im not sure
WAIT...im goign to go look to see if there is a drawer below the oven....
The manual I have is here
No drawer under the oven. Laben inside of the oven door reads:
MODEL J D968T0F1WW (Might be TOF1...)
SN AF4 25539Q
OK Makes sense... Any guidance on how to access the control panel?
and I know this is completly subjective, but is it a repair a reasonable adept person could make or is a definate "repairman" repair?
OH also any info on PART NUMBERS for the touch pad and controler so I might order on line?
Ok there are several was ge units come apart, in this case you will either have to open the door and take the screws out under the lower lip of the control panel or you will have to pull it out from the wall partially take the screws out at the side holding the cook top in place then lift the cook top to access the control.Click here to view schematics of this model