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Call a Wirlpool dealer and give them the code. They will tell you what the problem is. I think F5 or F6 is the control panel. The last time I went to replace one I was better off purchasing a new stove.
I would check the incoming power. If you have the proper voltage, then your electronic module is the problem and would need to be replaced, or the hob is dirty where the control panel is and needs to be cleaned because it's not sensing that its being touched.
check that the hob is wired correctly underneath 1,2,3 should be linked together as live 4,5 as neutral and earth takes its place as earth,
if it is wired correctly then i m afraid the hob needs a new induction element it is all one complete unit on these hobs not seperate so your looking at £1000 + to fix it plus engineer call out charges
hi im gerbee my suggestion is replace the pcv control wat brand u have,always also in philipines the electric hob is so very sensitive,the pcv cotrol is not repairable.or next time u by a new one gas cooktop more ok compare to electric ceramic hob, or use electric ceramic hob w/knob control compare to sensor type,i think the part of the sensor or pcv control is so very expensive,that why i buy an another one.dont try to repair more difficult to com.tnx