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    KitchenAid KSGG700ESS0 F8E0 error

    Model Number: KSGG700ESS0
    Brand: KitchenAid
    Age: 1-5 years

    Hello,

    I have a KitchenAid KSGG700ESS0 gas range that is about a year and a half old. Awhile back while trying to use the oven, an error code (F8E0) was displayed on the display panel and the oven shut off. The error code indicates that the cooling fan is spinning to slow. From forum posts on this site as well as others, it appears that the issue is resolved by replacing one of two components, either the fan / sensor assembly, or the main control board. I have now replaced both pieces with parts from partsdr.com but I am still getting the same error. I did clear the error codes but as the oven reaches 170Deg is still shuts off and the same error comes back. Any ideas?

    Thanks

    -Eric

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    Hi Eric,

    Can you please let me know which part numbers you have replaced on the range so far?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Ryan View Post
    Hi Eric,

    Can you please let me know which part numbers you have replaced on the range so far?

    Thanks
    Ryan,

    Thank you for the response, the two parts I have replaced already are:
    https://partsdr.com/part/wpw10453983-cntrl-elec/
    https://partsdr.com/part/w11107275-blower-motor/

    Really appreciate any suggestions you may have

    -Eric

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    Thank you for the reply. When you installed the new parts did you clear the fault code afterwards? Have you gone through the troubleshooting steps listed in the tech sheet yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Ryan View Post
    Thank you for the reply. When you installed the new parts did you clear the fault code afterwards? Have you gone through the troubleshooting steps listed in the tech sheet yet?
    I did clear the fault codes. The only check sheet I have seen recommends checking the resistance on the fan motor and the voltage of the hall sensor. I did check those values prior to replacing the fan assembly and they where actually fine, but I still replaced the fan assembly first to be sure (since it was the less expensive part).

    -Eric

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    Do you have a copy of the wiring diagram that you could post here? I was not able to find a digital copy of it.
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    I don't have a diagram, the troubleshooting steps listed the plug and pin info for the motor and sensor tests. The plug and pin info is printed on the main control board so I was able to identify the correct wires to test.

    -Eric

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    I think the next step would be to trace the wires from the hall sensor on the motor back to the control board to make sure there isn't a problem with the wiring. From what I can tell the two parts that you replaced should have taken care of the problem.
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