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Why is my Electric Range Flashing F7 DA?


Thank you for your question.

I can understand wanting to know what F7 means on your G.E. range.

  • The F7 code means you have a stuck key on the touch pad interface.

  • Is the DA part of the error code because if it is I do not know what that means.

  • Sometimes you can rub back and forth across the touch pad an get it to release. You also can remove the ribbon harness from the control board and put it back in, and it will sometimes work.

  • Disconnect the power to the range and reconnect after one minute. If the error code reappears you will need to have the touch pad/and or the control board replaced.

I would suggest that you have a technician check to see which one it may be. These parts are pretty expensive and it would be good not to have to replace both.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

I hope this will help.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
November 06, 2010

necesito un manual del mototor modelo 316.794790


You can download or print a copy of the owners manual for the blower at [].

You can print or view a parts diagram for the blower at [].

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
January 12, 2010

My fridge had never been used when I moved here. I don't have the sales slip. The water hookup was done correctly but the icemaker and dispenser don't work.


You indicated that water is flowing to the back of the unit. I assume that you verified that you have water flow from the line connected to the back of the refrigerator. Make sure that the cut-off valve was turned on after you connected the water line to the fitting on the back of the refrigerator.

Since the water dispenser solenoid valve buzzes when you try to dispense water, it is possible that you still have a water supply problem going to the back of the refrigerator. First, try holding the dispenser lever down for about 30 seconds to see if water will make it through the water system and to the dispenser spout in the door. If you have not held the dispenser down long enough before now, this may fix your problem.

You seemed to indicate that this refrigerator has not had water hooked up to it yet. This information regarding the water filter may or may not help (a problem with the filter could still cause this issue even if water has never been hooked up):

Many side by side refrigerators will have a water filter. Some have this filter in a housing that is in the grill below the door. Others have the filter in the roof of the refrigerator. The models that have the filter in the grill below the door typically have an automatic bypass mechanism that will allow water to flow normally and not leak even when the filter is completely removed. This type of filter will either screw out (counterclockwise) and can be pulled out or it will have a release button to the left of the filter. The release button would need to be pushed in firmly until it clicks and then the filter can be removed. It you have this type filter in the refrigerator, try removing the filter and see if the water will flow through the dispenser. A clogged filter could be causing your problem. If the filter is in the roof of the refrigerator compartment, it will not normally have a bypass. You may need to try replacing the filter. If it is not in place, you could use a bypass plug or install a filter.

These tips may help you resolve this problem. If you need additional assistance, submit additional details including the model number of your refrigerator if you can find it. The model number is often on a sticker that is located on the upper right side of the wall inside the refrigerator section.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
July 21, 2010