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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GE JGBP83WEJWW Gas Kitchen Range
Amy, F1 indicates that your ERC (electronic relay control) OR your keypad has failed. Here is the test procedure to determine which... GO OUTSIDE AND SHUT THE BREAKER OFF!!! Open the top oven door (the model number you posted is incorrect, I don't know if it's a single or double oven but the procedure is the same)and look at the bottom of the keypad console. You'll see 3 screws under there. Use a 1/4" nut driver or socket to remove these. Then remove the control panel (lift and rotate toward you). From here, you'll see the back side of the ERC. Look for the green "ribbon" coming from the keypad and inserted into the ERC. Remove the ribbon cable from the ERC and let it dangle all by itself. Then replace the control panel in the reverse order from what I described above. Now turn the breaker back on. OK.... this is waiting period. Now that the keypad is disconnected you've isolated the 2 components. If the F1 error reoccurs, the ERC is the problem. If not, it's the keypad. The time frame for this diagnosis is 24 hours. If, after that time, the error does not show it's definitely the keypad.
Posted on Aug 09, 2007
SOURCE: kitchen aid stove problem
First...be sure you cut power to the stove before you do anything. This is 220 volts and it can kill you. 220 Volts is based on two different lines of power coming to the stove, each of which is 110 volts...but opposite each other in phase. This may mean that some power to the stove is on and some is not. Let's go on.
I suspect a few things: First, the coil control for the burner is probably finished. What I also suspect is that it opened one of the two breakers (they are usually tied together in the panel and are either 40/50/60 amp units) causing some lights but no action.
What to do: Reset the breakers as a pair by turning them off and on. If one snaps off, you have a problem at the stove. If not,...which I doubt...you're in business.
Let's look at replacing the control. Shut the breakers. Now, take the burned control and remove it. Note the wiring positions if they are not on a plug. If they are terminals, tape the ends. Now, reset those breakers. If the other burners work, replace the control. Take the old one to the parts store. If it doesn't work, look around the burned area for broken wires. Repair and tape them up. Try again. Oh, and don't let anyone touch the stove while you're working with those breakers.
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
shut your oven off at the breaker and then pull it out and check the power cord where it connects to the ranges terminal block let me know what you find
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
Front panel is removable...4 screws i believe secure it from bottom....open door and look up under panel. remove screws and bottom of controls will come down. giving you access to switches.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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