Model #79092424301 KENMORE Free Standing, Electric

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Q:

How to reset an "F1" fault code?

A:

Generally speaking "F1" implies a control board failure and there is not a reset.

"F1" could also indicate:

  • Shorted keypad (control board)
  • The control board may have become corrupted. (Replace control board)
  • The control board could have a shorted relay. (Replace control board)
  • The oven temperature sensor probe may have gone bad. (Replace oven sensor probe)
I recommend removing the oven sensor probe (key#37) from inside the oven as shown in the image I added. NOTE: Remove or disconnect power to the range before removing the oven sensor probe. Once you have disconnected and removed the oven sensor probe you will need an Ohm meter to check the resistance across the two (2) wire leads of the sensor. The resistance of the oven sensor should measure 1091 ohms plus or minus 5.3 ohms at room temperature of 75 degrees plus or minus 2.5 degrees. If the oven temperature sensor measures around the 1091 ohms, replace the oven control board. If the oven temperature sensor measures above or below the 1091 ohms plus or minus 5.3 ohms, replace the oven temperature sensor probe.

I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose and repair your range.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
April 13, 2009
Q:

How to reset an "F1" fault code?

A:

Generally speaking "F1" implies a control board failure and there is not a reset.

"F1" could also indicate:

  • Shorted keypad (control board)
  • The control board may have become corrupted. (Replace control board)
  • The control board could have a shorted relay. (Replace control board)
  • The oven temperature sensor probe may have gone bad. (Replace oven sensor probe)
I recommend removing the oven sensor probe (key#37) from inside the oven as shown in the image I added. NOTE: Remove or disconnect power to the range before removing the oven sensor probe. Once you have disconnected and removed the oven sensor probe you will need an Ohm meter to check the resistance across the two (2) wire leads of the sensor. The resistance of the oven sensor should measure 1091 ohms plus or minus 5.3 ohms at room temperature of 75 degrees plus or minus 2.5 degrees. If the oven temperature sensor measures around the 1091 ohms, replace the oven control board. If the oven temperature sensor measures above or below the 1091 ohms plus or minus 5.3 ohms, replace the oven temperature sensor probe.

I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose and repair your range.

Read More
Joey S -
Sears Technician
April 13, 2009

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