Question about Whirlpool Ovens
The F2 class of error messages means that the keypad and the control unit aren't communicating properly. First turn off the circuit breaker to the range for a minute. Check if the error recurs after you clear the PF message. If the error recurs, turn off the power again. You need to check the wiring between the keypad and the control unit. Make sure that all of the wire harness connections are fully seated and all the wires are undamaged. It's not uncommon for one wire to get broken so check the continuity.
If that doesn't help, you probably need a new keypad. If you add a comment with the model number of your oven, I may be able to point you to a supplier.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
Testimonial: "Thanks the E2 code denotes that thevnen over heated witch be a sensor or stuck relay on the cpu , I haven,t been there"
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