Question about Frigidaire Kitchen Ranges
While in the middle of using the oven the display and oven light switched off and there was an audible click that I'm guessing was the gas cutoff to the oven. The control panel is inoperable but the electronic range ignition and gas flow to the range are still working. I'm assuming the EOC needs to be replaced. I found the repair manual online and these instructions for removing the EOC: To remove the electronic oven control: 1.Disconnect power from the range. 2.Remove the back panel from the backguard. 3.Disconnect wires and harness from the control board. 4.Remove the four screws. (One from each corner.) Is it that easy? If I get the replacement part is reversing the steps just as easy to fix this? I'll be sure to keep track of what wires go where. Thanks!
Yup...It's that easy. You can get the parts from a local appliance parts store or from any of the many sources online... Sit down when you ask how much the panel costs.
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
Testimonial: "Even though this reply is late, I appreciate the quick reply, Lawrence. I called around a couple local appliance parts places before lucking out and finding a new part available from Amazon, and I have Prime, so that was a no brainer, especially the week before Thanksgiving. ----- For those who might read this later, this really is an easy fix for anyone who might be thinking of DIY. I only had two surprises. 1) the screws holding the backplate on were square bits but I had one handy so it wasn't a big deal. 2) the overlay (the part that you can actually see from the front of the stove, with the button labels and surrounding the timer) is glued on to the clock/timer (the name of the part I had to order) so I had to rip it off the old one and now it looks "less than mint", shall we say. A new overlay is $30-40, so totally not going to replace that after spending about $100 on a new clock/timer!"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: instructions for frigidaire oven
an f1 one code means that
Electronic control has detected a fault condition. Turn the Temperature Control Knob to
OFF, and disconnect the power to the range. Wait 30 seconds and reconnect the power.
If fault recurs, disconnect the power and contact an authorized servicer.
You can get all the codes here in the manual.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
SOURCE: Jenn Aire Model SVE47600W
Thank you so much for this information. I can verify that this procedure worked (at least for me). I ordered the part from Digi-Key Corp (it was up to a whooping $.28), replaced the old capacitor, plugged everything back in and bam! A working display. There was a beeping and error message but after hitting the Cancel button on the stove, everything was working.
Note that this fixed the dimmed display only. All the other controls were still working--only the display was off. If you have other issues, this might not be a complete solution.
You need basic soldering skills, a small solder iron, a solder ******, and some rosin-core solder. The capacitor is labeled on the circuit board.
When taking the unit off the control panel the largest ribbon cable was clear plastic with embedded contacts. I'd never seen one of these before. The cable's contacts slide in behind the pins on the connector and are held against it by an insert in the connector. When I removed the insert, the clear plastic cable came completely out from the connector. I had thought I'd broken it. But just slide it back in behind the pins, aligning the cable contacts with the pins and put in the connector insert to hold them in place.
The Digi-Key part number for the capacitor is P10292-ND. I ordered 5, just to have a few spares. The 5 caps plus first class postage came to a total of $3.51. Quite a difference from the $160 for the whole unit!
Thanks again to ultigerfan for making this information available.
Posted on May 07, 2009
our top elementes work but the oven and the display don't . All fuses are good and nothing looks burnt. Some smoke came from inside the oven but the elements look good.What's wrong?
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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