We have what is apparently a frequent problem with whirlpool electric ovens. The oven control panel went blank and door locked during self cleaning, Replaced thermostat and still nothing! Any suggestions!
serial #- XP1804833
after power surge, E3-F1 was displayed on control panel, and lock also!
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I have a whirlpool double oven too and replaced the control board last year the problem started with a F06 code and would reset when I power cycled for a while until it completely quit. Changing the control board fixed that problem. I just used my self cleaning cycle recently and the oven went completely blank on the control panel. Power cycle didn't do any thing. I checked 2 of the thermal cutoff fuses that are shown on most of the parts listing but the problem was with one that is not shown. The link below will get you to the part I replaced it's the power feed to the control board. Turns out that the worst thing you can do to your oven is use the self clean feature. Oven Thermal Fuse
Control Panel has likely failed (circuit board). You can try removing the power wire from the back of the panel and then replug it back in to see if it resets the board, but Im sorry to say your likely going to have to remove and replace the control panel.
Hello Diana, Their are a few things that should be checked. I know its going to be tough to check on a built in double wall oven but one thing that needs to be checked is if their is 240 volts ac entering the oven(i know the breaker is ok) but the connection at the back of the oven can burn,then the proper voltage wont enter the oven. Another thing is a high limit thermostat thats inside of the control panel,need to checkif it has blown. Last thing i can think to check is if 120 volts is at the clock, if not 120vac that explains the blank display
Self clean is hard on controls. I do not recommend self clean. Kills expensive parts. If the temp goes above 300 in the control panel, a control panel fuse will melt, killing the power to the control. It looks like this:
Your oven temperature sensor has failed(e-2) as well as your electronic control board(f-6).
The oven temp sensor, electronic control board and the touchpad must be replaced .
Approximate cost of parts is $500.00.
Before you decide what to do, check the thermal fuse at the control panel first. If blown, replace it and the temp sensor.
If you are lucky the control board may still be good.
Atlanta...sounds like you may have a power supply problem or the panel is bad. Cut the power, open the unit up and see if there is a fuse in there or a reset. No good? Then replace the circuit board. They just, well, die sometime. Happened to my microwave. Some units may be available remanufactured. Look around on the web.