I get an F1 error message when trying to light the oven.
The oven has been taking a long time to light. Sometimes not lighting at all on two or three tries. Alll we wee is the orange glow from the heater coil. It also seems to be taking a very long time to preheat ...
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FAULT ERROR: F1 E3NOTE:Make sure harness to P1 connector is correctly installed per wiring diagram before performing the following steps: STEP 1 Power off and wait 5 seconds. STEP 2 Power on and wait 5 seconds. STEP 3 Press the following keys: CONVECTION - CONV. BROIL CLEAN BAKED GOODS 190 TIMER SET
NON-CONVECTION - CLEAN STOP TIME 0 OVEN LIGHT 1 STEP 4 Press START. STEP 5 Make sure Timer ID is the same as the oven. STEP 6 Press CANCEL to exit.
likely the problem is a bad control board, aka a clock/timer. Usually F1 error codes do refer to main board or main control error in which you would have to replace the control. You can also try shutting off the breaker for 7 minutes which sometimes does make the control reset but this only works maybe 10 percent of the time due to the F1 error code. If you need the part number of the control message me back your full model number and serial number as well. Thank you Rick
F1-E1 - EEPROM Checksum Error - Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds and then reconnect. Allow at least a minute after power has been restored and if error code reappears, replace control board (clock).
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Flashing F1 clearly indicates a problem in the electronic control, its keypad (which may only be available with the control) or sometimes even the oven sensor. The first thing you can try is disconnecting the appliance from power for several minutes to see if that clears the problem. If not, some investigating will likely be necessary. However, a defective oven temperature sensor can also sometimes trigger the same F-1 error to display. It is also not inconceivable that an improperly grounded or polarized power supply to the range could also cause intermittent failures of the electronic control. Checking the power supply should usually be done as a matter of course during testing. Unfortunately, it will likely be difficult to pinpoint the exact cause unless the range can be tested *at the time of failure*. Otherwise just replacing the possible suspect components may need to be done to see if they correct the condition.
That error means the main control board has a internal failure. The board will have to replaced to fix that issue. If you need detailed repair help with that visit the link below: Appliance Repair Help With Live Chat
This means that the Power to element
relay energized during time of day display. You have a problem with the wiring harness and it is shorted or you need to change the power relay board (PRB). If it is a double oven, you need to change second oven board.