Question about Kitchen Ranges
The power went out in my home. when it came back on the stove (which is a kenmore ultra bake mod# 665.72133300) came back on it had pf (for power failure) and 5ab. I looked on the internet and found out that the 5ab means Sabbath mode, and I found out how to turn that mode on and off. While that mode was on, the buttons on top of the stove were not responsive. The top of stove, the burners, worked fine, but the oven was inoperable (because the buttons that controlled the oven weren't not responding).
Now that the Sabbath mode is off, the oven is still not working.
When I attempt to bake as usual: press ''bake'' set my temperature and press ''start'', normally you would hear the oven ignite (or click while it is trying to ignite)...however now, nothing happens.
Can you help me??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Electric Kenmore Ultra Bake Oven
I finally found my manual to the range, and to change from celsius to fahrenheit press the BROIL button for 5 seconds. A tone will sound, and the temperature should switch to Fahrenheit.
As far as the code PF 5ab--it could be PF Sab which means the power went out during Sabbath mode. Try pressing and holding TIMER OFF for 5 seconds. If that doesn't work, then open the oven door, press STOP/CLEAR, press both the HOUR "up" and "down" arrow pad at the same time and hold for 5 seconds, "Sab OFF" should appear. Press START to accept the change, then close the oven door.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
SOURCE: Oven wont work at all.
Convection oven and Bake will not heat past 200degrees. Broiler works fine and the range works fine.This is for the Model # MGR5875QDW, Gas Precision Touch Control 800, can you help. Thanks Kasz3
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
PF is usually power failure.
If "PF" appears at any other time, a power failure occurred. To remove "PF"and to reset the clock, press STOP/CLEAR.
Unplug the unit for half an hour or so to see if it will reset.
If not try to get into the diagnostics so you can see if there is a stored
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
The PF on your control indicates a power failure and should be removed by pressing the cancel button. The 5ab code indicates the range is in the SABBATH mode.
If a power failure occurs when the SABBATH mode is set, the oven will return to the OFF mode and will turn the power OFF to the oven.
To ENABLE SABBATH mode:
* Open the oven door
* Press STOP/CLEAR
* Press both the HOUR "UP" and "DOWN" arrow pad at the same time - and hold for 5 seconds.
SAB ON will disappear from the display.
To disable SABBATH mode: Repeat the steps above and SAB OFF will appear.
To set the SABBATH mode for use during the SABBATH/Holidays:
* Press BAKE
* Pres TEMP "UP" and "DOWN" Arrow pad to enter a different temperature other than 350 degrees. (Between 170F and 500F)
* Press COOK TIME
* Press HOUR/MIN "up" or "down" arrow to set cook time
* Press DELAY START to set a delayed cook time (optional)
* Press and hold TIMER OFF for 5 seconds
SAB will appear on the display indicating it is ready.
* Press START
* To STOP cooking - press STOP/CLEAR
* To exit the SABBATH mode and return to normal operation - press and hold TIMER OFF for 5 seconds.
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Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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