Many failure codes are caused by a faulty timer (also known as the Electronic Range Control). Sometimes, even when the failure code implies that another component has failed this can actually be a timer problem (whereby the timer is not displaying the correct fault code). If you are not sure whether the code you are seeing is due to a problem with the timer please call us, or send us an email, since we can help you determine whether the failure code is likely a timer problem or a problem with some other component. We can repair most timers so if you are sure your problem pertains to the timer (or ERC) please fill out a repair service request and send us your timer to be repaired.
|F0||Board failure||Rebuild control board (also called ERC or clock).|
|F1||Board failure||Rebuild control board (also called ERC or clock).|
|F2||Oven temperature is too high|
Note: Oven control (ERC) measures resistance of sensor circuit, not actual oven temperature.
- Look for welded relay contacts on bake or broil relays. If this happens, repair oven control (also called clock or ERC).
- For SELF CLEAN models: check door lock operation.
- Look for a high resistance connection or any other cause of high resistance in the oven temperature sensor circuit. Check sensor, sensor harness and sensor harness connection at sensor and oven control. Replace sensor if found defective.
|F3||Oven temperature sensor (RTD) open||Replace Oven temperature sensor (RTD)|
|F4||Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted||Replace Oven temperature sensor (RTD)|
|F5||Board failure||Repair control board (also called ERC or clock).|
|F7||Function key stuck on ERC||Repair control board (also called ERC or clock).|
|F8||Board failure||Repair control board (also called ERC or clock).|
|F9||Oven door lock failure||Check wiring to door lock switch (the wire harness may be connected wrong). Check for stuck lock switch.|