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 and F1||Failed Thermistor Control||Recondition Electronic Range Control (ERC)|
|F2||Oven temp exceeds 590 w/ unlocked door||High resistance or interference in oven temperature sensor, replace sensor|
|F3||Open oven temperature sensor circuit||Replace oven temperature sensor or, check for an open oven temperature sensor fuse, replace fuse.|
|F4||Shorted wire (oven temperature sensor)||Locate and correct|
|F7||The function pad button stuck or the clock has failed||Unstick button or rebuild Electronic Range Control (ERC) clock assembly|
|F8||Component Failure||Rebuild Electronic Range Control (ERC)|
|F9||Program w/ door circuit||Check wiring|