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I have Bosch self cleaning oven, door will nit open and control panel says error 43 what do I do?


SOURCE: Error 43Our Bosch range will not open after setting to self clean
Error Code: F43 Cause: Upper (or single) oven motorized latch will not unlock; Defective or jammed upper oven door or latch switches; Defective latch motor or its wiring. Corrective Action: 1. Check P24 connector on the power board. 2. Ensure door latch switches are operating properly. 3. Check that neither latch switch nor common wires are
pinched to the appliance chassis. 4. Check P10 connector and check if latch motor wire is pinched to the appliance chassis. 5. If F43 persists, replace power board

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

Error 43 on Bosch range how can open the oven door

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Repair man fixed top oven probe sensor due to a F1-1 error code. Top oven is still giving the same error code. Repairman wants to come back and charge 200.00 bucks again to replace bottom oven sensor.


The electronic control could have a bad touch pad that is causing this. You may need to replace the electronic control itelf. It is expensive almost 400.00 dollars.

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My whirlpool electric range model xfe361lvq range is not working what do i do?


I would start with checking your circuit breaker or fuse box if you have not already. Your un-plugging and plugging back in may have somehow caused the circuit to trip. That is not normal but can happen. Beyond that you may need to call a service tech.

Jul 30, 2014 | Kitchen Ranges

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This message is displayed on my oven: EO - F2 - What does it mean?


E0 F2 fault code usually indicates a shorted touchpad on the oven control. Firs disconnect power to the range for 30 seconds and restore it. This will cause the electronic range control to reset and sometimes will clean errors.

If the error returns the touchpad on the control will have to be replaced. Some ranges have the touchpad made on the control and the oven control has to be replaced.

Open the drawer under the oven and look on the frame of the range around the opening the drawer slides into for a model number tag. Get the model number of the range and go to searspartsdirect and you can see a parts diagram and list for your range.

Hope this helps.

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What does Error code E 11 mean? The counter top burners quit


Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.









Error Code:
E11

Cause: Latch Problem Example: Will not clean Corrective Action: Replace latch in affected oven

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Error 43Our Bosch range will not open after setting to self clean


Error Code: F43 Cause: Upper (or single) oven motorized latch will not unlock; Defective or jammed upper oven door or latch switches; Defective latch motor or its wiring. Corrective Action: 1. Check P24 connector on the power board. 2. Ensure door latch switches are operating properly. 3. Check that neither latch switch nor common wires are
pinched to the appliance chassis. 4. Check P10 connector and check if latch motor wire is pinched to the appliance chassis. 5. If F43 persists, replace power board

Apr 30, 2010 | Kitchen Ranges

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Self-cleaning oven F2 error message


Well I found three all same series... If it's occasional I'd leave it 'till was always on? Anyway .....
F2 - E0 Shorted keypad Replace Electronic Range Control/Clock (ERC)

OR....
F2 Oven temperature sensor shorted Replace oven temperature sensor
OR

F2 Temperature runaway detected (Bake/Broil: 600 - 700 F; Clean: 930 - 1000 degrees F). Sounds alarm and resets to non-cook mode. Check relay board for stuck contacts. Check oven temperature sensor for normal room temperature resistance (1085-1097 ohms at 75 degrees F). Check sensor wiring connectors for a loose or high resistance connection. Check electronic range control (also called clock or ERC) functions Replace relay board if necessary. Replace oven temperature sensor if other components check normal. If failure repeats, replace electronic range control (also called clock or ERC)

Feb 16, 2010 | Kenmore 40494 / 40495 / 40499 Electric...

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Error when self-cleaning - oven locked


Hello,

Here is the error code and things to check on your oven.
Error Code: F41 Cause: Upper (or single) oven motorized latch will not lock; defective or jammed upper (or single) oven door or latch switches; Defective latch motor or its wiring. Corrective Action: 1. Check P24 connector on the power board. 2. Ensure door latch switches are operating properly. 3. Check that neither latch switch nor common wires are
pinched to the appliance chassis. 4. Check that the solder joints in header P24 on the power board are not broken. 5. Check P10 connector and check if latch motor wire is
pinched to the appliance chassis.
Regards
Alan Hood
ami-man

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Oven is dead after clean cycle


This is a fairly common problem. The extreme heat causes the heating relay to freeze open. Go online and get a schematic of the range. The thermocoupler (I think that is the name) is in the back and should be shown. If there is a error code go online and list your range model and error code.

Jan 14, 2009 | Whirlpool GBD307PDS Electric Double Oven

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