I just purchased an ICON wall oven. It is brand new and does not work because of an F 14 error message. Does anyone know how to fix this? The shop where we purchased the oven states that the damage occured during shipping - does this sound accurate
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Re: F 14 Error Message
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
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it could be the following Taking a Quick Look The E1 F2 error message indicates the control board thinks the touch panel has been unplugged from the board or it cannot read the switches. How it Works The panels on these ovens utilizes a switching matrix to constantly monitor all the buttons for a key press. By using a matrix for switch input, many buttons can be read by the processor using very few wires. The unfortunate side of a switch matrix is if any one wire becomes damaged, an entire row of switches on the matrix will no longer be usable since they cannot be seen by the control board.
getting a qualified engineer to check this touch panel and suspect touch panel maybe defective and need replacing.
Every fault code I am able to find concerning F-4 period has to do with bad oven sensor. This is the probe coming through the wall inside the oven to read oven temp and to regulate it. Hope this helps. Rick
The F1 error message usually means a short somewhere in the touch panel keyboard. There has been a rash of problems with keyboards. Most of the time there is a simple fix that can be used. Please see my post of April 14, 2007 in response to the problem posted by OVENMAN
on April 12, 2007. There you will find a suggested solution which has helped hundreds of folks who have had error messages with GE and Kenmore ovens. If this fix doesn't work, you will need a replacement touch panel. There is no practical way to repair the keyboard in ovens.