Question about Ovens
F1 is normally related to the electronic controls for the oven. It is located behind the clock and touch controls. It sounds like the water hit an open electrical connection. You have not said whether your oven is gas/electric.
If it is electric and you spilled water on the element, senor, or other electronics inside the oven, it is highly likely that is the root of the problem.In a gas oven, it may be the ignition or sensor. Inspect the area that you spilled the water on, look for black spots or light spots on the elements, sensors and wires. The control may have tripped due to a sudden irregularity in power. You have not said whether your oven is working at all, so it is difficult to guide you further. If you would like, leave comments with more information. Thanks for using fixya.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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