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    Default Electrolux EW30EF65GSB F10 hours after use

    Model Number: EW30EF65GSB
    Brand: Electrolux
    Age: 6-10 years

    Hello.

    I have an Electrolux EW30EF65GSB range. Lately its been displaying F10 error and beeping. What is weird is that it displays this error and beeps hours after use. We used an oven yesterday and it started beeping 24 hours later. Oven is not hot. I checked inside and there is no heat. its cool. Unplugging it and plugging it back into power fixes the issue.

    Any ideas on how to fix this?


    thank you

    Alex

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    Question Oven sensor malfunction?

    displaying F10 error and beeping
    That error is suppose to indicate a "Runaway temperature. Oven heats when no cook cycle is programmed".

    If the oven is definitely not heating at the time, the oven sensor may be giving erroneous readings to the control at that time.

    LINK > Electrolux EW30EF65GSB Oven Sensor

    Check the sensor's resistance when the error is occurring. If the reading is within specs, check its wiring. Maybe a mouse got in and is chewing on the sensor's wiring?

    LINK > How do I check an oven temperature sensor?

    If both are Ok, the control may be malfunctioning and need to be replaced.

    LINK > Electrolux EW30EF65GSB Electronic Control

    Dan O.

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    Thank you Dan. Question - how would i test it while error is occurring? If i power off the oven, error goes away

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    Quote Originally Posted by apal
    how would i test it while error is occurring? If i power off the oven, error goes away
    I meant not wait several hours or until the next day, etc. Test it as soon as the error occurs.

    If you can isolate the sensor's wiring where it connects to the control, the resistance might also be able to be tested right at the control without disconnecting it. That can be tricky to do however and not always possible. When Possible that can however enable testing the sensor and wiring at the same time.

    Dan O.

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