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Whirlpool oven I have a Whirlpool electric oven and the display is saying F1E2, is this something I can fix myself?

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  • Jbob Jan 30, 2008

    Yes I tried unplugging it for 30 seconds or more and plugging it back in. The stove works fine, but the F1E2 code only comes on when I hit the "Bake" button.

  • Jbob Jan 30, 2008

    The Broil function doesn't work either. The model number is RF365PXMQ0

  • Jbob Jan 30, 2008

    Thank you all, I will try this and let you know.

  • Jbob Mar 21, 2008

    I tried using the eraser method, but it didnt seem to get me anywhere. Should I clean all of the connections, of just the ones on the ECC?

  • Jbob Mar 21, 2008

    ok where exactly do I need to check the ohms?

  • robert samples May 11, 2010

    yes first disconnect the power for 30 sec and see if it clears

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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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F1E2 indicates a failure with the Electronic Range Control (ERC). After you disconnect power for 30 sec and re-apply power. Watch the ERC for at least one minute. If the error code re-appears, Whirlpool recommends replacing the ERC. The board costs between $105 and $160 depending on your model number. This IS something that can be accomplished by the average do-it-yourselfer. It's a simple matter of securing the power and removing the back cover of the console. You will need to write down all wire connections (a digital camera also comes in handy for this) before removing the control board. Usually 2 to 4 screws hold the ERC in place. If this sounds like something you wish to pursue, provide me with your model number (located along the oven door or lower drawer opening) and I can determine a part number for you. If you need further guidance on how to repair, I can do that for you as well. I hope this information is helpful.

PS Once you add the inflated price of the control board and labor costs, a repair like this can run close to $300 for an appliance repairman to do it for you (Just something to think about...)

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

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    Jeff Rockwell Jan 30, 2008

    You could still have a problem with the Electronic Range Control. The BAKE and BROIL functions are controlled by separate circuits on a common circuit card. There's a good chance that you have a bad relay that controls your BAKE function. These circuit boards are considered "non-serviceable" and usually require replacing. You can try and see if you can isolate the failure down to a failed component if you like. I don't know how savvy you are with electronics. You may be able to find the component(s) you need at an electronics repair shop. There should be a tech sheet located inside the console, or on the back of the range that you can use for troubleshooting. If you can provide me a model number I can determine how much a new ERC might cost you. It may not be that expensive. Let me know...

  • Jeff Rockwell
    Jeff Rockwell Jan 30, 2008

    Hmmm...now your BROIL function quit too? I agree with tech17. Unplug the range and remove the back cover of the console. Carefully, remove all your connectors (ONE AT A TIME) and clean the contacts with some emery paper or rubber pencil eraser, first. You could easily have some oxidation that may be keeping it form working properly. If it still does not work after a thorough cleaning...the only recommendation I have left is to replace the ERC.

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