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My experience on the direct spark ranges is that the gas valve is usually at fault for this problem. The regulator valve and the burner shutoff solenoids are all built together in one valve assembely. The valve will work properly until it gets hot then it will stick and not open when the oven calls for heat again.
Please post back with the complete model and serial numbers if you need further help in troubleshooting it. There have been many updates and design changes on these ranges.
Sounds like my problem two days ago. I have a Kitchen Aid free standing gas oven/range model KGRI801PWH00.
I read online that the thermo-fuse might've blown. I found the
thermo-fuse after removing the rear panel. It was at the top/center.
Mine is T-O-D (brand) 60F24; Westinghouse #8300802. I ordered mine from
appliancepartspros.com for only $34.75; arrived in 36 hrs with regular
shipping!! Easy to fix, sure beats several hundred $$ to repairman.
Don't bother to call Kitchen Aid - they'll just blow you off just like the hundreds of complaints said that I found online.
dsd Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out. you have a keypad issue
1. Check keypad connector for firm connection (keypad connects to control
2. Press CANCEL. If error code returns after 60 seconds, replace keypad
(also called touch pad or membrane switch). Some models incorporate keypad
in to control board as one unit. In this case, replace control board (also
called ERC or clock).
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Unplug the stove for at least two minutes or throw the breaker for the same time. So far, has worked 100% of the time for me for all error codes. Apparently something gets out of whack and turning off or unplugging must reset the system.
you don't need a "professional" to solve this problem or even to order any parts. E1 -F2- = the keytail (connector ribbon) that plugs into the control board is not making good contact. first unplug your range and then remove the two screws on the underside of the back-splash controls panel to access the back of the control board. now simply cut a slip of heavy paper such as a business card to the width of the ribbon and slide it into the slot along with the ribbon connector. that will help press the contacts on the other side together snuggly. screw the back-splash back in place, plug in your range, and the problem will vanish. if the error ever returns, try pulling out the connector, cleaning the contacts with a pencil eraser, reinserting it into the slot and repeat above with the paper. good luck.