After calling customer service with no satisfaction, I did a Google search for SA66 which turned out to be really SAbb code. I found out that this is a special "Jewish Mode" that I somehow turned on while pushing the touch pad disabling it. To end the "Sabbath Mode", Press CANCEL/OFF FOR ONE SECOND, then press and hold Number Pad 6 for five seconds. It worked!
(You can also press and hold the Number Pad 6 for five seconds first, followed by CANCEL/OFF.)
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Re: Range shows 'SA 66" in display
The problem is probably displaying "SABB" which means the range has inadvertently been set to "Sabbath Mode". This is a feature provided by some manufacturers to ensure enable customers of certain religious faiths to honor the sabbath. It is also a common problem reported by customers that may have inadvertently pressed the wrong control button, kids playing with the control panel and alos after a power outage. This common problem can also be the source of unnecessary service calls (cha-ching$) and is not covered under warranty. Which means, you will end up paying someone to push a couple buttons on your stove. The range will not function at all during this period and cannot be reset by unplugging the unit. In your owner/operator's manual there should be a section that refers to "Sabbath Mode" under the control panel features and operation. This "problem" is a minor operator issue and not a bad function of the range. It can be cleared, but you will have to find the reference for it. I hope this helps you.
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I understand that your Frigidaire range, model# GLHS269ZDB, overheated, and is now showing a "PF" code displayed on the control panel. The "PF" code means that there was a power failure. You can clear that by pressing any button. I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your appliances status has changed successfully. Hope this is helpful.
66. (01000001) Pressure Transducer Error [Ptx Frequency > 90 kHz] Note: this supersedes Fault code 65 from V41 Motor controller code onwards. The Motor Control module has received signals from the water level sensor (Ptx) above normal frequency values. Primary Source: Motor Control module Action: Replace Motor Control module
I took this from the service repair manual. Hope it helps.
HI error code 66 means you have a pressure transducer out of range error.This means that the control module is faulty and needs replacing.please confirm that the error code is numbered 66. On some machines the pressure switch is seperated and sometimes the plastic tub for the switch gets clogged up and blowing through it will sometims clear this fault. Not sure about this particular machine, but you can try adjusting water level to see if it will work at a different level of water.
HI error code 66 means you have a pressure transducer out of range error.This means that the control module is faulty and needs replacing.please confirm that the error code is numbered 66.Please reply for further help and clarification of this fault code.Hope this helps.
There is nothing wrong with your range. The code you are seeing on your display is actually "SAB". It means your range has been set on "Sabbath Mode" which is used by some religions to disable the stove to honor the sabbath. It will remain disabled for up 72 hours unless you turn it off. The procedures to clear this mode differ between manufacturers, so you need to refer to the operating instructions in your Owner's Manual to see how to turn this feature on/off. You cannot clear this by unplugging it, either. If you can't find your owner's manual, you can go to managemyhome.com and type in your MODEL NUMBER under the "Manuals" link. They provide owner and installation manuals that you can view or download for FREE.
If you have any questions, please let me know. I hope this helps you.
I have a manual for a '99 model - the one with separate radio/cassette and CD model No's; OK55Y 66 860 OK55L 66 860 OK55D 66 860 3K55L 66 860 2K55D 66 860 3K55Y 66 860
Under "How to enter your password" 1. press power button & "Test" appears for 5 seconds, and blinks for 5 minutes. If you turn the power button off then back on again within 5 minutes "Code" blinks on the display. 2. enter password using the numbered buttons - press button 1 once to let it know it's the first digit, then press button 1 again however many times to bring up the code for the first digit. Press button 2 to let it know it's the second digit, then again however many times....etc. To enter default 1111 code, press button 1 twice,, 2 twice, 3 twice then 4 twice. 3. when all four digits entered (default is 1111) press SEL button and display should say "GOOD" 4.You get three goes, if still wrong after third attempt "HOLD" then you have to leave it for an hour
Oven control beeps and Electronic control as detected fault condition. Press CLEAR to clear the display and stop displaysF1,F3, F7 ,or F9 beeping. Program oven again.If fault recurs,record fault number. Press CLEAR and contact your Sears authorized qualified service agency.
Hello delmonico Welcome to Fixya, You said, when turning on the self clean option, after 1 minute, I get E 1 F5 on the display panel. What do I do? Try this . Turning off the power to the range at the breaker for 5 minutes and see if this will reset the system.
Display shows messages
Is the display showing a letter followed by a number? Depending on your model, press OFF/CANCEL or CANCEL/ OFF to clear the display. See “Control Display” in the “Electronic Oven Controls” section. If it reappears, call for service.
Let me know how it goes.
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