Today I boiled water on the back right burner of my stove. I left it boiling for a few minutes and returned to the kitchen when I heard the machine beeping. It reported a F1-9 error, with the burners still working. I unplugged the machine for about an hour. When I plugged it back in, the panel appeared to be going through its regular start up, but then the screen went blank. I unplugged it again, and then later plugged it back in to use the burners. At that time the panel read nothing. Later, the beeping/error message returned and the clock came back on. I cannot get the ovens to work. One the oven control side of the panel, only the cancel buttons appear to be working, and on the numeric keypad, some of the keys beep when pressed.
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Turn it off at the circuit breaker and leave it off for a few minutes,sometimes the microprocessor will reset itself. When you turn it back on make sure the safety switch is working ok they usually have a test button on them.
Usually a bad ignitor switch, but can also be wiring or a spark module. Leave it unplugged for a few days to dry it out. Moisture gets into the ignitor switches if you have a boil over, or if you get a little over exuberant about cleaning around and under the burner switches. Quite often we get this problem when someone sprayed cleaners on the stove surfaces to clean it and the moisture got into the switches under the knobs. If this still clicks after it has dried out, you will have to have a serviceman out to diagnose which of those three problems it is. Good Luck, Appliance Specialists
Same problem here - and I have read about others with this problem. Usually blamed on moisture getting into the control unit ( which is under the backmost burner knob). I did not have a spill on the cooktop, nor was I "over zealous" cleaning. Looks like a bad design. Waiting to hear from the technician how much THIS is going to cost me...
The burners are designed to cycle on and off, it is technology that helps to keep from burning food. If you are using the correct pan to burner size ratio and high setting on your burner, the water should boil in the normal time. Don't watch the pot (just kidding)
there switches behind each knob, 1 of them is broken,or wet, when you remove the knobs then remove the knob panel you can test them and find the bad one,they are no more then $15.00 each. to test you can plug the stove and disconect the switches one at a time until you find the bad one replace and you are back in bussines.