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POWER FAILURE.
Your electric may have gone off.
The breaker may have been turned off and back on.
The range may have been unplugged and plugged back in.
You have loose wires in the range.
You have a defective control board.
One of the above will cause a PF code.

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You probably have an error conditon. Is anything displayed on the control panel? If it's displaying "PF", that means "Power Failure". Press the STOP or CANCEL button, then set the time. That should stop the beeping (if it's displaying PF). if any other error code is displaying, I would need to know your range model number, and the code that was being displayed.

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PF is power failure. usually touchin a pad will clear this. if it is popping up and you havent had a power outage,. there may be a bad connection in your power line to the stove or a bad connection on the control itself.

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If you have a power failure or a brown out, it sends a very powerful current through the unit. Please keep in mind that these units are not protected against any surges. If you have a display, that means you have power. Unfortunately, the clock/timer contains relays that control the elements, the oven, etc. You will need to replace the clock to get it running again.

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PF .. means Power Failure
I would call company ASAP
But here are some sites, for a handy man


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BF-cmB9xBSk





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Be safe .. sure hope your stove is up and running soon, so everyone can enjoy your good cooking

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PF code


Depending on manufacturer and model, PF can mean a number of things. On my stove, PF simply indicates "Power Fail" Yours may, too. You can clear this generally by updating the clock display. To verify that PF does indeed mean power fail for your stove, simply shut off the power for the cicuit than supplies the stove. This can be either circuit breaker or fuses. Turn the power back on after 5 or more seconds and if it displays PF again, you know it means power fail.

Otherwise, please provide the manufacturer and model of you stove for an answer.

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What does the code PF mean?


Code PF means at some point the stove lost electrical power, PF=Power failure detected, this can be the wall plug lost power or it can be the control board inside the range failing.

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Pf??


PF means power failure.
For short outages the clock may still have correct time
(there is a battery backup for that), but the PF will
be displayed. Setting the clock will clear the PF
indication.

Press 'clock set-start' button, (under clock display)
enter time with numeric keypad,
press 'start' button. (to right of clock)

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Power failier


beleive it or not set the clock,I work at an apartment complex and the cleaner always unplugs my stoves to clean behind ,everytime I plug back in PF,Just set the clock hours and minutes,Its just telling you you lost power incase you had something cooking in the oven,you wont think that your oven is broken,and also so it doesnt start automatically by it self please rate this solution thanks

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