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Error code f15 'Frigidaire FEB30T7FC Stainless Steel Electric Double Oven ... I'mtrying to open up a Unity3D game.exe that is on a remote computer through my main desktop. ... How 2016 will be the start of your virtual reality future - CNET.
hi please try to reset the circuit board, by turning the heater on/off from electric power, if don't work you got to replace the water temp sensor located inside the circuit board (BROWN WIRES) if still display the same problem try new circuit board.for this type the heater a master temp, pcb will work rev.R-13 Good luck. if you need part # let me know, remenber before replace any electronic parts in heater SHUTT THE POWER OFF.
F1-E1 - EEPROM Checksum Error - Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds and then reconnect. Allow at least a minute after power has been restored and if error code reappears, replace control board (clock).
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An ERR 2 may be cleared by a simple reset of the coffee maker. This
means unplugging the unit and plugging it back in. When powered back
on, select a brew function to see if the error reappears.
If the code does reappear, ERR 2 indicates an internal error with the computer of the
warming plate. This may be covered under Kitchenaid's 1 Year Hassle
Free Warranty. I would advise you to call Kitchenaid Customer Service
to see what options are available to you. Repair is not recommended, as
it is not cost effective for the company or the consumer.
Their toll-free telephone number is 1-800-541-6390.
If you go to repairclinic.com click on repair help at the top then "error codes" on the left side in a gray box. you can look up the error code. I found F2-E0 but not FE02 for a KitchenAid range.
What I found means shorted key pad. Some times just unplugging the unit or shutting down the circuit breaker that controls it for half an hour it will reset. not guarunteed but less expensive than replacing if it works. Good luck.
The F-3 error code typically means you have sensor problem. The sensor is usually mounted in the oven space up near the top of the unit.
The first thing to do is turn off the circuit breaker to the oven. Do you have an ohm meter?
I suggest if you don't to purchase one. They are relatively inexpensive. Maybe you can borrow one from a friend. Disconnect the sensor from the electronic control and measure the resistance. There should be a wiring diagram in the top of the unit that will help you to locate the sensor wires. Most sensors should read around 1100 ohms at room temperature. If sensor reads as an open circuit or has a very high resistance, it must be replaced. If instead it reads very low, then there is a short in the wiring. Some units have a fuse in series with the sensor. Check to see that the fuse has not blown.
I found this post elsewhere. It seems to have worked for me:
Our KitchenAid KUDP series dishwasher went into a mode where it would not start and would only respond to the cancel/drain button. The clean light would flash 7 times in a row, stop, and then repeat. I read that the 7 flashes indicates an error code and that the dishwasher has detected a problem in the heater element circuit. I tried to reset the error mode by turning off power for 15 minutes, however, that did not work. We called for a repair. The service person found that the dishwasher was completely fine except that it had gone into an error mode. The technician reset the error mode and charge us $115.00.
The reset sequence used was reported to be the following: 1) Crack the door open. 2) Within 3 seconds press the following sequence - Hi Temp Scrub, Energy Saver Dry, Hi Temp Scrub, Energy Saver Dry 3) Close and latch the door 4) Press the cancel button (the circle with the triangle in it)
We were told the dishwasher expects to see the dish water temperature rise in a certain way. If the water does not heat in this way, the dishwasher becomes confused and thinks the heater element has failed. In deed, this happened just following and extended power failure and our hot water tank was cool. I am curious if this code will work for anybody else with the same problem and save a service call and 115 bucks. Overall, this seems to be a serious logic flaw in the design.