Question about Frigidaire 30" Self-Cleaning Slide-In Electric Range - Black
ERROR CODE 56
I HAVE AN ERROR CODE 56 ON ELECTRIC RANGE PROFFESSIONAL SERIES SLIDE-IN, WHAT'S THE PROBLEM?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The range will be set out about 2 inches from the wall when properly installed. Don't change your plug-in, or cut holes in your wall. A quick search on the web will show you some options for "rear filler kits", if that is what you want. But the most attractive solution is to have a 30-inch piece of matching granite installed at the rear gap. A very narrow, nearly invisible grout-line will join the other sections of granite to the filler section. A custom continuous cut-out may result in a weak spot, subject to cracking or checking due to impact or hot-cold expansion-contraction. You bought the right range, you're getting the right counter-top....don't mess it up by sliding your range back to the wall....lol
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
SOURCE: Where is the fuse panel
I can help , The fuse panel/control board is located behind the digital display in the front of the unit. Some drop in ranges are tricky getting into so be carefull when removing the face , there are screws under the display when opening the oven door look up and there may be a few more on the top side corners reveled when you pull the unit out 12" or so. there is a small glass fuse in the board some of these are not removable so if there is no digital display on your oven and your sure you have 240V to control board you will need to replace the entire control board. Hope this gets you there. Good luck let me know if you have anymore problems.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
i phoned Sears about error code f13 on a gas range, and was told to unplug the range for 30 minutes. i think she meant 30 seconds - to reprogram the microchip. i unplugged it for 15 minutes or so, then reconnected, and it worked.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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