How To Troubleshoot And Fix Frigidaire Range F10 Error
To fix Frigidaire range F10 error you will need to do a little troubleshooting first. There are three things that can cause the f10 error code, a bad temperature sensor, a bad electronic control board or bad wiring between the two. So the first thing you want to do is test the temperature sensor. The temperature sensor is the probe you see sticking out of the back wall of the oven. It's either mounted to the back wall of the oven with two screws holding it in place or its mounted on the back side of the oven.
Open the oven door and if you do not see two screws right beside the probe then yours is mounted on the back side of the range. If you don't see it directly on the back of the range as shown in the picture above, then take the back access panel off and look on the right side and you will see it mounted there.
Unplug the sensor from the wiring harness, and use a ohm meter to test the resistance of the sensor, it should around 1100 ohms at room temperature, if it's not close then its bad and that is causing the error. The replacement sensor is linked below:
If the sensor is good then use your meter to ohm the wiring from the sensor connection to the main control board, if the wiring is bad, fix or replace the bad wire and that will take care of the error. If the wiring is good the main board has failed.
To replace the control, remove the console access panel at the back of the console. There are just a few screws holding it in place. Once you have the cover off you will see the back of the control, it will be mounted to the console with a few more screws, remove those and unplug the wires, remove the old board and install the new one. Make sure to take a picture of the back of the board before unplugging the wiring so you know how the wires go back. The replacement board is linked below:.