We had a storm last night here in Oklahoma, and our power flickered a little bit, and now I have a F1 error code on my display panel and noon of my functions will work. I can't turn on the oven or the oven light. However I can turn the glass top burners on. any ideas on how to clear the code. just as a side note I did unplug the range for about an hour.
I just had this same issues happen after running the self clean cycle. f1 error, fan would come on, fan would turn off. its not the control board, its the temperature probe. I picked up the part for 40 bucks and put it in myself. plugged the stove back in and it was good to go. the old temperature probe's wires melted during self clean. note to self: clean you over the old fashion way with some elbow grease.
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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.
Here is what the manufacture says about it, my comments are below.
F1 E2 - UL A/D error(s)
1. Verify failure if not displayed, using CANCEL/OFF key. Press key for 5 seconds until last error code is displayed. 2. Disconnect power longer than 30 seconds. 3. Re-apply power and observe for longer than 1 minute. 4. If failure remains, disconnect power, replace control.
F1 Codes are related to the control itself, if there was a storm, power outage, surge etc it could have damaged the control. Try resetting the board by unplugging the range or turning off the breaker for a couple minutes. Restart and see if that helps. If not you will need to replace the control.
The part number for this unit is 4453614 and runs just over $300.00
The "F1" error code description is a System Watchdog Circuit. Please press "CANCEL", if beeping continues after 30 seconds, please check the main control board(ERC). Here are basic test that will help you to determine if the ERC or touchpad is defective.
1. Unplug the range power cord or turn the power off to the range at the circuit breaker.
2. Gain access inside the control panel.
3. Disconnect the touch pad (also called keypad or membrane switch) ribbon from the ERC.
4. Make sure there are no lose wires, or anything else that may cause a short when power is turned back on. Assemble the control panel back the way it was.
5. Turn the power back on.
6. Wait for at least one hour to see if the code comes back.
7. If F1 comes back, replace the ERC. If it does not, replace the touch pad.
HI. the storm has caused an electrical surge that traveled through the home wiring system and, the Oven control received the hit in this case. it is damaged at this point, and it should be replaced asap, if possible. this code represents a major control breakdown. the board is ruined.
1. Verify failure if not displayed, using CANCEL/OFF key. Press key for 5 seconds until last
error code is displayed.
2. Disconnect power longer than 30 seconds.
3. Re-apply power and observe for longer than 1 minute.
4. If failure remains, disconnect power, replace control.
I'm not sure how to fix this, but my mom's magic chef has been doing this for close to 10 years. She's managed it by plugging a power strip into the wall outlet and plugging the stove into the power strip. Then she can just turn on the strip when she needs to use the oven. It only requires moving the unit once, and is easy for the technological/ home repair novice.
migs, on a Maytag the F1 indicates there is a problem with the touch-pad or control itself. Usually, it's the touch pad. Try killing the power to the range and remove the touch pad ribbon from the control board. Clean it with an eraser. Power back up and see if the error comes back. If it does, remove the ribbon cable again and power up with-out it attached. If the same error still returns, then I would suspect the control board itself. Catriver..post back.
tholt, for the model posted F1 E1 is a eeprom error in the board. Try pressing and holding cancel/off key for 5 seconds. If that doesn't work unplug or disconnect the power for 1 minute. Plug it back in, if the error comes back it probably is a bad control board. Most common cause of control failures is caused by corrosion on the connectors. I would seat and reseat all the connectors to the board, including the keypad ribbon. Give this a shot and post back, Catriver.