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I see that your Electrolux wall oven is displaying an "F14" error code. "F14" stands for display tail missing, which means you could have an issue within your main control board or keypad. I would perform a reset on your appliance which can be done by flipping your household circuit breaker off for roughly ten minutes. If that does not correct the issue I would suggest seeking a professional to come out properly diagnose and repair your appliance. I hope this is helpful. -Matt
Here is a list of oven error codes for your model Kenmore oven.
F0 indicates a Stuck key pad.
F1 and F7 may mean relay is turned on.
indicates that the oven is over temperature in one of the following
modes within either cooking or cleaning mode of operation. The control
is sensing over 615 degrees with the door lock circuit in the unlock
mode. Control senses oven temperature above 915 degrees with the door in
the locked mode.
F3 and F4 indicates an open or shorted oven sensor or sensor circuit.
F5 indicates a loss of relay drive circuit.
FF indicates a loss of door motor safety switch.
FC indicates a door lock circuit problem.
the display of your control is flashing "F" followed by a number or
letter its a range malfunction. Press the clear/off pad. Let the range
cool for 1 hour and place the range back into operation. If the problem repeats, call for service.
Go online and type in your model number and ask what the F10 code means. Every stove is slightly different. Mine did the same thing and the F2 code came on. Meant the sensor was gone and I replaced it in 10 minutes for under $80. Even a novice can do it. Perhaps same with yours, perhaps not.
Hi, First change the fuse. Then if it still isn't functioning properly, you may have to replace the lamp, in which case you should contact a specialist. Details can be found in the Instructions Manual.
I called the place where we bought the oven and after 1 toll free call with many options to go through and talking to three different women I was able to talk to a repair person who ended up being 25 miles away! Since this was on a Saturday he came out today and all it was was a loose wire!! Thanks for getting back to me. Lorelee
well first it doesn't matter when the problemoccurredwarranty is warranty but you can pull the oven out and pull the panel off the top where the eoc is and pull the mylar ribbon out there is a black plastic piece at the base of the ribbon pull it up and pull the ribbon out clean it with a pencil eraser then reseat it and lock it down if that doesn't fix it then the eoc must be replaced go to www.frigidaire.com and find a service in your area it will be a warranty issue
F14 is usually the fault code (open circuit) for the NTC sensor on the electronics module.
I would suspect a bad connection from the oven temp sensor (located at the rear of the oven) to the electronics module.
If you are able to remove the oven from the enclosure and remove the top and rear panels, (power disconnected!!) I would suggest checking all connections to/from electronics module.
Also make sure door contact switches are secure and not loose (remove side panels)