Turn off the breaker and wait for 5 minutes. the follow this 3 steps: --> After turn the breaker back on, go to the range and press "OFF", "OFF", "START", then click on the "clock set", there is a message on the display saying that do you want to delete the error, at this time press on the "START" again. And wait for a while until the everything on the screen disappear except the clock time. Hope this will fix yours. It fixed mine.
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Re: f2e0 error on stove
4 Digit Failure
F0 - E0
for 30 seconds - if display re-appears - replace control
F1 - E1
F2 - E0
F3 - E0
sensor or oven temperature sensor fuse opened
temperature sensor or fuse
F3 - E1
F3 - E2
Oven too hot
F3 - E3
F5 - E0 F5
- E1 and E2
2 Digit Failure
F0 or F1 or
F2 - E0
operation of door lock on self-clean models 2. Test relay contact operation 3. High resistance in oven temperature sensor
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Depends which breaker is tripping. If it is the micro circuit breaker it would suggest the circuit is overloaded or shorting and if it is the RCD it is likely to mean there is a current/voltage leak to ground and the appliance has a fault.
If you can use the oven OR the stove top but not both together the circuit is clearly overloaded or the MCB is faulty or of the wrong specification...
The F2 E0 error means that the control board believes that a key on the touch pad has been held down for an extended period or has shorted. Assuming that no one is holding the buttons, try pressing Cancel to clear the error. If the error recurs promptly, check the wiring harness between the key pad and the control board to make sure that the wires are tightly connected. If the problem continues, you probably need to replace the touch pad (key pad) assembly. On some Whirlpool models, the keypad and the central control board are sold as a single assembly. In that case, you'll need to replace the entire unit.
If you add a comment with the model number of your stove, I may be able to give you the part number for the keypad. I hope this helps.
Have you confirmed that you do have 220 volts at the range outlet? If you don't, turn your breaker off then on and recheck the voltage with a meter. Any losses of voltage through the breaker indicates you may have a bad breaker. (Do this with the stove unplugged from the stove power receptacle). Next, have you pulled one of the elements off the stove and checked it with an ohm meter to see if you have continuity. No continuity indicates the element circuit is incomplete and the element needs to be replaced (you should have a reading on the ohm meter if the element is good).
F2-EO indicatwes a shorted key pad. Electronic parts on ranges sometimes have warranty for five years (may only cover parts) so check your owners manual to see what your warranty is then call for service. It is a good idea to save reciepts of repair for future reference if neccessary.
"cycle the circuit breakers" is to turn the switch for the stove at the electric switch box at the main feed of the house electric panel. This is equivalent to unplugging the stove and plugging it back in.
In the old days, a circuit breaker was a "fuse" in the "fuse box"...
Turn off the breaker and wait for 5 minutes. the follow these steps:
--> After turn the breaker back on, go to the range and press
"OFF", "OFF", "START", then click on the "clock set", there is a
message on the display saying that do you want to delete the error, at
this time press on the "START" again. And wait for a while until the
everything on the screen disappear except the clock time. Hope this
will fix yours. It fixed mine.