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Thread: Help~whirlpool gold accubake error e2 & f3

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    Default Help~whirlpool gold accubake error e2 & f3

    these error messages happen all the time at the same time E2 F3 and its to the point we cant bake anything. It does it when its preheating or when we haven't cooked anything at all....sometimes it goes off by its self when the oven hasn't been touched in 8+ hrs...cold as can be. We are obveously approching the holidays and are wondering if we can fix this issue ourselves at a less expensive approch then buying another oven. We have read bad reviews on this oven so we are concerned this problem wont be resolved.
    We also need an oven ...please anyone that can help us

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    Hi,

    Whats the model# of your oven? Its located inside the door or on the bottom frame.

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    HI ~ thank you I didn't know where to look last night...it is model # 9752834a

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    SORRY wrong numbers...here is the model number: gw395legq3

    I am hoping to fix this soon, any help would be wonderful.

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    Thanks,

    Here's the service sheet for your model:
    http://www.servicematters.com/docs/w...%209753053.pdf

    I don't see a E2 F3 on the list, I see F3 E2.

    F3 E2
    Bake range over
    temp



    1. Measure sensor value (between connector pins) between 1000
    Ω @ 32 F (0 C)

    and 2697 Ω @ 900 F (482 C) (approximately 1080 Ω @ room temperature). If

    measurement does not correlate to real temperature, disconnect power,
    replace sensor and refer to steps 3-5. Also measure from sensor connector to
    sensor casing for possible short.

    2. Trace wires and connectors to sensor, from control, then from sensor back to
    control. If all connections made and no wire damage, refer to step 3.

    3. Disconnect power for longer than 30 seconds.

    4. Reapply power and observe for longer than 1 minute.

    5. If failure remains, disconnect power, replace control, then go back to step 4.

    Jake



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    I know, thank you....however the E2 is first then F3 and like I said before it will go off even if we haven't cooked...like at 1:30am I am so confused on where to go for help. We have found nothing about this situation.

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    Ok, I'm not sure then, you may have to contact Whirlpool to send a tech. out on yours.

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