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There will be a Fn combination for the mouse pad.Please have a look on the fn (F1 to F12) keys on top of the keyboard and you will find the mouse pad symble on any one.
Press that function key with fn key (usually with windows button) and the touch pad will start working.
Usually, the F1 means that either the touch pad or the oven control (also called
clock or ERC) is defective and needs to be replaced. If this fault code
cannot be canceled, replace the oven control (also called clock or ERC),
touch pad, or both.
Found something on the net that said it may be a heat sensor so I returned my new touch pad ($220) and put in my old one that was giving me the F1error. I bought a heat sensor ($55) and crossed my fingers. It WORKED! F1 was no longer flashing and the oven's back up and running.. so much for the error codes.. F1 = touch pad and F4 was supposed to be the sensor..
If you're fixing it yourself and think it may be the touch pad, I recommend going through SEARS. Even though the touch pad was an electrical part they still allowed me to return it hassle free and most companies wont accept returns if it wasn't installed by one of their service professionals. So I was more than happy to get the $220 back when it turned out to be the heat sensor. Only downfall is that I had to wait 2 weeks to get the part. Hope this helps anyone with the same error.
Consult your owners manuel for turning off the sabbath mode feature. try to remember the whole f1 code. if it was f1-1 it could be a temperature problem if it is f1-4 is could be a shorted keypad the control pad could be locked out as well. try holding the cancel key for 3-5 sec to see if it unlocks the control
Error code F1 is for a defective touch pad or membrane (usually the touch pad). In this case you will need replace touch pad or membrane. It seems that water entered the touch pad during the self cleaning process, remove the touch pad and try to dry it.
Good luck !!