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Error codes What do F5 and E-1 mean on my Kitchenaid KEBC277. Both occured after a power outage.

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    Codes still appear after reseting the clock.

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Clock error it happens when the external clock goes out of sync with the internal clock nothing to worry about it should have went away on its own after about 30 seconds

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1.
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