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"PF " on screen and delay start light on

Instructions to reset memory doesn't solve problem. Line voltage is fine. Any solutions anyone?

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It's a power failure, the unit should go back on just by setting it to a load cycle.unless you had a surge then the board is fried

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SOURCE: PF indication (Power Failure) and dryer digital light up but will not start

check your owners manual for clearing error codes in trouble shooting on theese electronic models lots of time you have to clear the codes to go back to normal ops by pushing certian buttons on kenmore i dont know which ones they are usaly its clear/cancel buttion some times you have to holld them so many seconds just unplugging it will make it think it has another power failure

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I need to replace "PF


Ah the Paper Feed Kit 1 on this unit is pretty easy,
If you remove the paper tray and put the printer on it's back you should see the rollers you're going to replace.. unfortunately the service manual doesn't show this procedure so I can't provide a picture.

If memory serves correctly there should be a long light-blue plastic piece that holds the PF Kit roller assembly in place. If you bend this towards the back of the machine the PF Kit should swing down and you just slide it out, replacement is the reverse of this.

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When your Memory Craft 8000 or MC 5700 is otherwise working fine but the LCD display screen begins to grow darker and you find you just can't read it, the only thing you can do is replace the LCD screen, or buy a new machine.
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The fuse is likely located behind the back panel on the range. If you feel comfortable doing your own repairs, disconnect power from the range and remove the back panel. Locate the fuse, remove and inspect it. If the fuse is okay, re-seat it and try running the oven again. You can also check the line voltage while the oven is running with a volt or multimeter. If the voltage droops excessively while the oven is on, this indicates a bad connection or inadequate wiring. If the voltage is okay, the oven controller might be malfunctioning. If you aren't familiar with using checking the line voltage, you might want to call and electrician or appliance repair man. Is this range under warenty?


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