What does the f2 code mean on my GE oven?

What does the f2 code mean on my GE oven?

If you have a GE oven, the error code F2 on the oven means that the temperature sensor has detected a temperature in excess of the preset threshold. The cause could be a sensor malfunction.

What does it mean when your stove says f2?

In this case, the F2 error code indicates that the oven temperature is too high. Now, this does not necessarily mean that the temperature inside the oven really is too high. The oven control board (clock) is responsible for measuring the resistance of the sensor circuit.

What does f8 mean on a GE oven?

Voltage problem to oven control

What does f1 mean on a GE oven?

F1. This code usually means that there is a problem with the keypanel. Many times, it means the keypanel needs to be replaced. F2 or F20. For an unknown reason, the oven temperature has exceeded a preset threshold.

Why does my electric oven keep tripping?

Your oven tripping the RCD is usually the result of a dead short or earth leakage. In this case, you are more likely to experience an open circuit. This issue may also be caused by a problem with the power plug or faulty oven elements. The most common faults occur in the oven thermostat, switches and fan motor.