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How to get into diagnostic mode and need fault codes for wolf oven

I am having heating issues with my lower oven, just won't heat up at all, goes through the motions but no heat, I want to be able to get into the diagnostic's mode and would also like the fault codes so that I can repair the oven myself. My oven is out of warranty , I would really appreciate any help...Thanks Joe

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SOURCE: Jenn-Air Wall Oven Model #WW30430P F5 Fault Code

I have the exact same problem with an F5 fault code. I also have a new clock assembly. RepairClinic.com said "Jenn Air fault code F5 = Hardware and watchdog circuits disagree / Replace clock assembly (also called the ERC)

Jenn Air Fault code for newer models F5 = Power to element relays disabled in cook mode
1. Intermittent oven temperature sensor or wire harness or,
2. Intermittent contact on power relay board"
This doesn't help since it is too technical. What should I do next?

Posted on Jan 15, 2010

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SOURCE: Oven won't light, "F1" fault

Hi,

The problem is with the touch pad, the touch is defective, it is shorted and will need to be replaced, Replace touch pad or clock assembly (also called the ERC) which is the touch pad, once this is replaced, the problem is solve.

Posted on Jun 13, 2011

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