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Whirlpool Gas Oven

Getting error on display panel that says: F1E2. I have no clue what this might mean or what can be done to fix it. Please help.....

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Re: Whirlpool Gas Oven

The F1, E2 codes mean you have UL ac-dc errors. This means you need to replace the control.

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F1e2 error code

F1E2 error code usually refers to something with the control board. I do not have info before me, but believe the board has to be replaced.
Package info somewhere inside your stove will give you the explanation of that error code.

It does not hurt to unplug the stove for fifteen minutes/turn it on again and see what the error code is, if any.

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What does error code f1e2 mean and how to fix it

Problem with the board. First try tightening up the harnesses on the board; make sure the buttons are not stuck, turn oven off and on again and see what the code reads..if any.
Do not have exact explanation for error code but know that that is where your problem lies.

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The F5 code means that the range door isn't latching properly (for some Whirlpool ranges). Check the latch when the oven is cool. If it is loose, tighten the screws that hold the latch. Try opening and closing the door to see if the latch is clicking shut properly. Then unplug the range for 30 seconds to a minute to reset the unit. If the error clears, you're done.

If the error persists, clean the latch area. With the oven not in use, rub the latch area with a cloth that you dunked in hot water and wrung out the excess water. Then dry with a paper towel.

If cleaning doesn't help, the latch probably needs to be replaced.

I hope this helps. Please give me the model number of your range for additional ideas. Whirlpool has the user's manuals for most of their appliances at their site. See and the Manuals and Literature search box.

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Error F3-E2 in your Whirlpool oven means oven too hot and to resolve this issue you'll have to replace the oven temp. sensor (probe). Please rate the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.



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Error F1E2 Whirlpool Super Cap Gas Range 465, oven crazy!

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1. Verify failure if not displayed, using CANCEL/OFF key. Press key for 5 seconds until last
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if you get down to the control panel first try plug and unplugging all the connectors as resistance can cause this in the connectors next take the Mylar ribbon off the control and clean it softly with a pencil eraser as the touch pad malfunction can cause now if you have an ohm meter you can ohm the oven probe it should be 1200 ohms at 70 degrees room tempture if all this fails to fix it then replace the controls bd ive seen too many techs too quick to replace a 200.00 control board just because the eoc spouts out an error code

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Believe it or not, but on my Whirlpool Estate (Model: TES400PXHQ0)....after reading about this error, I looked at the sensor, and I noticed it was touching the metal on the inside of my oven. I moved the sensor away just by pulling on it to the center of the hole that was cut out for it, plugged the oven in....and didnt get a code at all....not even the PF code. So, I tried the oven out....expecting for it to beep at any second, and it didnt!!!!

So, in conclusion.....I guess by the sensor touching the metal on the inside, it couldnt get an accurate reading, so the computer threw out the infamous F3E0 error.

I've had this oven for 4 months and always had to stare at the F3E0 display (it was donated to me). Thanks for all who had done the research on this to point me in the right direction, as Whirlpool wanted someone to come out at $60 just to come out, then $80/hr!

Thanks again

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