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I have been getting intermittent F7 code on my oven. It seems to happen during cooking or after. I have seen that this could be a key pad/control panel issue. I unplugged the ribbon strip and replug oven in and left it for a few hours without any code. Then I replugged the ribbon strip and left it for a day without code. Then I turned on oven and let it get up to 550 deg and the f7 code happened. I read somewhere it could be the fan unit. I took it out and "bench" tested it and it works fine-left it on for 10 min. Now I dont know what is going on. could it be the sensor switch even with a f7 code? If so do you have this part? Any ideas would be great I dont want to replace key pad or oven. thanks, steve


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i have been getting intermittent f7 code on my oven. it seems to happen during cooking or after. i have seen that this could be a key pad/control panel issue. i unplugged the ribbon strip and replug oven in and left it for a few hours without any code. then i replugged the ribbon strip and left it for a day without code. then i turned on oven and let it get up to 550 deg and the f7 code happened. i read somewhere it could be the fan unit. i took it out and "bench" tested it and it works fine-left it on for 10 min. now i dont know what is going on. could it be the sensor switch even with a f7 code? if so do you have this part? any ideas would be great i dont want to replace key pad or oven. thanks, steve
i understand your reluctance to spend the money on the control board. i would believe at this point, that would be your logical replacement. here is the part # wb27t10276r tom
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dHi there,

Hopefully someone can help me out, I have a Kenmore wall oven that is giving the same F7 code.

As per everyone's suggestion I ordered a new control panel, model numberWB27T10276R.

The problem is while the Sears website says it is the equivalent to the WB27T10064 that my oven came with even if it doesn't look the same, it doesn't seem to be exact.

All the wires that plugged into the old control panel had a matching pin to plug into on the new control panel, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF the Ground Wire. The new panel has a spot for a ground pin, but no actual ground pin is sticking out of the panel... so I dont know where to plug that ground wire into... is it needed? Please help... I dont want to plug everything back in without a ground if its needed... I just dont understand how my replacement unit would come without a ground pin if it wasn't necessary..

Thanks in advance!!!


Here are a few pics if it helps... I currently have everything plugged into the new control panel. (new one is on top)

The one on the bottom is the old unit... and as you can see its missing a pin for the GND wire...

I dont know if i got a defective replacement that SHOULD hve a ground pin but doesn't? or if its just not necessary to have in the new design?

Again any and all help would be greatly appreciated... here are the pics:




Here are some close ups of that area on the new board.. its clear that it should have a pin of some sort... but there just isn't one there... so i dont know if thats okay or not...


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dHi there,

Hopefully someone can help me out, I have a Kenmore wall oven that is giving the same F7 code.

As per everyone's suggestion I ordered a new control panel, model numberWB27T10276R.

The problem is while the Sears website says it is the equivalent to the WB27T10064 that my oven came with even if it doesn't look the same, it doesn't seem to be exact.

All the wires that plugged into the old control panel had a matching pin to plug into on the new control panel, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF the Ground Wire. The new panel has a spot for a ground pin, but no actual ground pin is sticking out of the panel... so I dont know where to plug that ground wire into... is it needed? Please help... I dont want to plug everything back in without a ground if its needed... I just dont understand how my replacement unit would come without a ground pin if it wasn't necessary..

Thanks in advance!!!


Here are a few pics if it helps... I currently have everything plugged into the new control panel. (new one is on top)

The one on the bottom is the old unit... and as you can see its missing a pin for the GND wire...

I dont know if i got a defective replacement that SHOULD hve a ground pin but doesn't? or if its just not necessary to have in the new design?

Again any and all help would be greatly appreciated... here are the pics:




Here are some close ups of that area on the new board.. its clear that it should have a pin of some sort... but there just isn't one there... so i dont know if thats okay or not...

Just cut the terminal end off the groung wire, and put a little tape or as wire nut on the end, and tuck in between a few wires, and you have it. I have put that replacement board in many times. Tom ********************************************
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Just cut the terminal end off the groung wire, and put a little tape or as wire nut on the end, and tuck in between a few wires, and you have it. I have put that replacement board in many times. Tom ********************************************
Thanks for your reply!

I'm not sure i fully grasp your advice... you're saying the grounding wire thats grounded somewhere in the oven to cut the end off that would usually plug into the board and just tape it off? that is to cap it and leave it off the board?

I'm confused because you say tuck between a few wires... but what does that mean? how does it actually phyically attach to the board? are you saying to tape it onto the board with some electrical tape some how? if so wehre on the board do I tape it to?

You say you've installed this board many times, so I assume in your experience, the new boards you've worked with was also missing that grounding pin.

I'm sorry for asking for clarification but again I dont want to end up screwing something up beyond a simple repair here. I'm good with car stereo electronics but dont know much about this and given the high amount of power flowing through this oven I didn't want to take a chance and guess at it.

Thanks again in advance for your clarification!
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Thanks for your reply!

I'm not sure i fully grasp your advice... you're saying the grounding wire thats grounded somewhere in the oven to cut the end off that would usually plug into the board and just tape it off? that is to cap it and leave it off the board?

I'm confused because you say tuck between a few wires... but what does that mean? how does it actually phyically attach to the board? are you saying to tape it onto the board with some electrical tape some how? if so wehre on the board do I tape it to?

You say you've installed this board many times, so I assume in your experience, the new boards you've worked with was also missing that grounding pin.

I'm sorry for asking for clarification but again I dont want to end up screwing something up beyond a simple repair here. I'm good with car stereo electronics but dont know much about this and given the high amount of power flowing through this oven I didn't want to take a chance and guess at it.

Thanks again in advance for your clarification!
anyone?? plz help.. the ladies of the house want to bake something tomorrow and they're on my case to get this fixed tonight...
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anyone?? plz help.. the ladies of the house want to bake something tomorrow and they're on my case to get this fixed tonight...
Listen, the ground wire is not needed, like the direction say. Do what ever you want to do with it, as long as the terminal end is not hitting another metal terminal, so it does not create a short to a hot wire. So, cut the ground wire, and cap it. When I say tuck it in, I mean lay it in a safe place. I don't know if you are an engineer, but this product has more grounds in it to shake a stick at. Don't worry about it. I need this done today, because I am coming over for my biscuits in the morning. LOL!!! Tom ********************************************
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