I have arange oven?clock control which has "EEEE" on it and nothing that I do will change it. Tried to reset it and shut of power. Range top burners work ok. oven or clock won't. It has the Wb27x5581 controler .
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The first thing I would check, considering you've confirmed there's power at the outlet the oven is plugged into, unplug it. Next, remove the metal panel that is behind the "head," (behind the clock and the controls.) Look for a blown fuse on the circuit board in there. Chances are, that may be all that is wrong. At least it's a cheap fix, and your local Radio Shack should have a replacement fuse for you.
Did you hear a "pop" or smell like something was burning? Sounds like old oven could have been 3 phase, and you new oven single phase, Check the power requirements for oven and see what kind of power you are supplying it with.
Check to make sure you have 240v at your receptacle. Lights, clock, timer, will still work with 120v, while the elements need 240v. Start by checking your breakers to make sure that one of the two breakers feeding your oven hasn't tripped.
Shut the breaker off!
These are the exact symptoms that a tenant of ours reported for their range. I went to check the range and found that one of the power wires on the terminal block in the back of the range was burning itself up. It had actually started a small wire fire.
You need to pull the range out of it's hole and unplug it. Remove the panel in the back above where the cable goes into the range. Examine the power wires and terminal block carefully, because I bet you'll find one of the wires is burning up and needs to be repaired.
Please write back and let know what you find.
F2 is an indication of an oven temperature sensor problem. Usually this is a problem with the oven sensor itself, or the relay contacts on the Electronic Range Control (ERC) board. If you had a close lightening strike, I would suspect that the contacts on the ERC are probably bad. It probably wouldn't hurt to replace the oven sensor as well. I hope this helps you.