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Question and Answers

Q:

Is there a digital tuner I can install to upgrade the resolution to HD TV?

A:

The resolution of your TV will remain unchanged but what the converter box does is output a signal with a much higher resolution to use your TV at its fullest. Right now local stations are broadcasting digitally which can handle high resolution video and digital audio but your TV is can only receive signals with the NTSC modulation scheme.

You can get an ATSC/QAM Digital tuner and you will see a much better picture through the broadcast channels with rabbit ears or through your cable line if they are not encrypted. ATSC is 8VBS modulation and used to send the signal through the air. The tuner you get should also be QAM because your cable company may be providing the digital feed from the local stations as well, but cable uses QAM instead of 8VBS modulation. The standard channels can still be analog and this will not provide a visual upgrade if they are. The QAM tuner will not let you see encrypted (usually subscription channels).

The number of channels available through cable will be dependant on your local cable provider. If your provider does not have any non encrypted digital channels then you can just get an ATSC tuner. These are much easier to find and generally cheaper. You should still see a far better picture from your over the air signal than your cable line.

I will leave this link to the FCC's digital TV transition site here because it has helpful guides about connections and coverage areas.

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
November 25, 2009
Q:

What does it mean when the F1 alarm goes off?

A:

I am sending you an image from the tech sheet for your range. The F1 code usually indicates the electronic oven control is bad.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
May 07, 2008
Q:

What does the code F1 mean?

A:

The "F1" fault code is indicating one of the three failures listed below:

  1. Shorted keypad
  2. Electronic Oven Control's internal checksum may have become corrupted
  3. Electronic Oven Control has sensed a potential runaway oven condition. Control may have a shorted relay, oven sensor probe may have gone bad.

If the oven has runaway temperature, leave the breakers turned off.

The first component to test is the oven temperature sensor probe. I added an image with the specific resistance value of the oven sensor probe. You will need to compare the resistance readings of your oven sensor probe to the chart.

The oven temperature sensor probe is located inside the oven cavity and can be found protruding into the oven cavity from the rear panel. It can be removed and disconnected by removing the two screws. If the oven sensor has the correct resistance readings according to the chart I added, then the most likely the Oven Control Board has failed and will need to be replaced. The Electronic Oven Control (EOC) will cost approximately $150.00

Disconnect power, wait 30 seconds and reapply power. If the fault returns upon power-up, replace the Electronic Oven Control (EOC).

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

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Joey S -
Sears Technician