Bake push button pressed and temp set ok. When I press Start button, nothing happens, no error codes, nothing. I get a message on the display a little while after asking me to press the start button, even though I have pressed it over and over.. Oven will not start at all now. This problem began as an intermittent fault. Presssing it over and over tended to fix for a while. No oven at all now. Please help with any info...
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Fault F02 is indicating an overheat fault- service manual says to replace main electronic control board.
Sometimes switching off at wall will clear the fault.
However, switching off at wall will reset the clock- you need to set the time before the oven will work-press middle button until small triangle is next to clock icon, set time using temperature dial. Once clock has ben set, try using oven to see if F02 fault reappears. Good luck!!
Press bake and set temp. to highest setting on some it's 500 on others it's 550 aftef setting to highest bake setting. Press and hold bake button until 00 is displayed,use up/down arrows to adjust in 5 degree incriments to plus/minus 35 dergees . ONce you've adjusted it push cancel/off button and you adjustment will be stored even if power loss and clock went out. If your temp is more than 35 degrees off the clock needs to be replaced
You can calibrate the oven on this model. Press the bake button, adjust the bake temperature up to 550 degrees and then press and hold the bake button until a 0 displays. Now you can adjust the oven temperature up or down to match the display.
This happened to me on Christmas Day morning & it happened once before. I finally remembered how I fixed it. Push the "Clear" button & then push the "Start" & keep it held in until you see the lock button light up (takes awhile) & then push the "Clear" button again. After I did this the "Clock" worked again - reset the clock to the correct time & push "Start" Then click on "Bake" set your temperature & push "Start". Hope this works for you. It got me out of cooking Christmas Dinner, but I fixed it today!!
I hit the same F9 problem when trying to self-clean, except that the door was locked OPEN.
After much trial and error, I found the following fix: 1. Switch circuit breaker off. 2. Switch circuit breaker on. 3. Press Bake button. 4 Press the small/inside button which indicates that the oven door is closed.
The lock mechanism opened and the oven now works fine.