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The oven has a code that comes on of F-10 and F-30.My husband replaced the circuit board and then this started.

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Hello, Thank You for using FixYa. I will be helping you today.Both error codes are to do with a runaway temperature or not sensing temperature correct. Make sure the oven sensor is plugged into the board correct or one of the wires wasn't damaged.Since the control was replaced i would make sure it was wired correct.The oven sensor or rtd probe is the short rod coming through the back oven wall in the top section. If all the wiring is correct and plugged in correct the probe is shorted or the relay on the control.
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