Question about AEG Ovens
I want to fix the fault on my own if its possible. The instruction manuual i have doesn't mention any troubleshooting table with the fault codes. The problem is that an F9 appeared on the display.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: monogram wall oven F9 error
“F— AND A NUMBER • You have a function error code. Press the CLEAR/OFF pad. Allow the OR LETTER” FLASH oven to cool for one hour. Put the oven back into operation. IN THE LOWER OVEN • If the function code repeats, disconnect all power to the oven for at DISPLAY least 30 seconds and then reconnect power. If the function error code repeats, call for service Here is someone that had the exact same problem: intermittent F7 error code. I couldn't even get it to do the F7 error . There's a pretty good tech service sheet inside the control panel. I followed its procedure for testing the keypad (which was nothing more than pressing all the buttons and hearing it go "BEEP!" ). But the tech sheet did mention that intermittent F7 problems are usually caused by poor connections. So I pulled the ribbon connector off the control board and cleaned the copper connectors using a pink pencil eraser. That whupped that puppy! But then I went out on another service call, same oven, different house. The pink pencil eraser trick didn't work on this one so I had to apply some of that famous Samurai gray matter. To identify the problem on this one, I cut power to the range and disconnected the ribbon connector that connected the touch pad to the electronic range control (ERC) board. Then I re-applied power and let it sit that way for 24 hours after which the customer was instructed to call me and report on the error code status of the oven. If no error code was reported, I knew the touch pad was the problem. If, on the other hand, the F7 error code came back, then I knew the (ERC) was the culprit. In this case, the error code did not come back during the test period and, using my keen, Vulcan-like powers of deduction, concluded that the touch pad was defective. I replaced the touch pad and problem solved! It's important that you don't skimp the disconnect test because there's a big difference in price between the ERC and touch pad. So, you want to be right on this one. Ok, after you do this test and determine which part you need to replace, come and get it here. **** this helps. :]
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
SOURCE: F9 code on stove
There should be some number after the F 9 Error code. And, it would look like this F9-1 Latch lock upper F9-2 Latch unlock upper F9-3 Latch lock lower F9-5 Latch unlock lower F9-6 Latch both lower This is just to give you an idea. But one thing you can try is UNPLUG THE UNIT AND LEAVE IT LIKE THAT FOR AN HOUR OR TWO, AND THEN PLUG IT BACK ON.
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
If the fan is working o/k, then you need replace the oven element.
To access this, remove inner rear cover of oven, there you will see the circular element.
Unscrew the screws securing it ,and remove element.
Detach wires and transfer to new element, be careful not to lose the wires behind the oven rear, refit element and rear cover.
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Posted on Jan 27, 2009
SOURCE: frigidaire oven f9 code
Here's the info from the service manual:
"Fault Code: F9
Likely Failure Condition/Cause:
1. Door motor failure / jammed. Latch
motor switch failure.
2. Control software failure, or component
failure (relay stuck).
3. Wiring Problem.
Suggested Corrective Action:
1. Press CLEAR key.
2. If CLEAR key does not eliminate problem, turn off power for
30 seconds, then turn on power.
3. Check wiring of Lock Motor, and Lock Switch A and Door
4. Unplug P4, apply power (L1) directly to the Lock Motor, if the
motor does not rotate, replace Lock Motor Assembly. Plug
5. Check Lock Switch A for proper operation (do they open and
close, check with ohmmeter). The Lock Motor may be
powered as in above step to open and close Lock Switch. If
the Lock Switch is defective, replace Motor Lock Assembly.
6. If all above steps fail to correct situation, replace control."
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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