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Maytag electric range touchpad won't work seems to have a code.

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Touch pad for oven control is faulty

Posted on Feb 02, 2011

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How can I tell if the touchpad is bad or the ERC is bad?


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What does error code "F-1"


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The F1 error code means that the computer thinks a button on the touchpad is stuck. Sometimes this can be resolved by making sure the touchpad connector fits tight into the control board. The F1 code can be cleared by pushing CANCEL/OFF. If it returns the touchpad needs to be replaced GENE

Sep 09, 2011 | Ovens

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What is an F1-8 Error?


Hello there
First your f-1 error code
The F1 Error On a number of ranges this can mean a number of things, the most common being a failed ERC(EOC, Clock assembly)or a faulty touchpad. Firstly if you are using a recent Maytag range it may pay to test the oven sensor as described above as this may cause an F1 error if faulty (may apply to some other ranges as well) this is not a common cause but is worth discounting. To check the ERC and touchpad
  1. Disconnect the power
  2. Gain access to the back of the ERC
  3. Disconnect the ribbon cable that connects the ERC to the touchpad
  4. Check nothing will short when power is reconnected
  5. reconnect the power and switch on
  6. Watch for F1 and listen for the beep
  7. If you get the F1 and the beep this means the fault is with the ERC and it will need replacing
  8. If after 30 mins you do not see the F1 error and hear the beep, replace the touchpad
And the 8 error is also conclusive along with the f-1 meaning that the erc or electronic range controle is faulty and should be replaced

Oct 12, 2010 | Maytag MER6772 Gemini Electric Kitchen...

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MAYTAG GEMINI model MER6770AAW Fault code F1-L -same code for upper and lower. After reading other comments, it appears that the temp sensor(s) are bad. I need to find part #'s and cost. Thank you Pete


Here's a late response, hopefully helpful to someone... I had the same issue with same model Maytag range. I pressed the CLEAN option on the touchpad (bottom oven) and that option seemed to work. I pressed Auto Set and I let it go through "remove oven racks" until the display panel read 100 degrees and then pressed CANCEL. About 30 seconds later, when the oven was out of "clean mode," I pressed BAKE, then Auto Set, and it's been working fine ever since...

I'm sure the sensor needs replaced and will go permanently sooner or later, but if anyone out there gets the F1-L code but hopes to at least temporarily revive your oven maybe this will do the trick.

Feb 15, 2010 | Maytag MER6772 Gemini Electric Kitchen...

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Maytag electric range shows F1 error message and beeps every hour or so. we've checked the fuses and they seem okay.


F1 code means a defective touchpad or membrane, usually the touch pad. Here is a simple test that you can do to determine whether the clock or the touchpad are defective when the display reads F1: Disconnect the power to the range
Gain access to the back of the ERC (clock)
Unplug the touchpad ribbon connector from the clock
Make sure everything is clear & will not short out when the power is turned back on to the range. Replace any covers removed to gain access to the ERC.
Turn the power back on to the range
Watch for the F1 and listen for the beepIf you get the F1 and beep, replace the ERC (clock)
If after approx. 60 min. you do not get the F1 fault, replace the touch pad. Note: some ranges incorporate the touchpad and the clock as one part so F1 means a bad clock control.

Nov 12, 2009 | Maytag MER5770 Electric Kitchen Range

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Bake element in oven not working


Unplug the range. Open the control panel and unplug the ribbon connector to the control. Plug the range back in. If the beep continues replace the control. If it does not continue replace the touchpad.

Mar 29, 2009 | Maytag MER5530 Electric Kitchen Range

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What is an F1 code on a maytag gas range


bad touchpad or control.to tell which one you can unplug stove and the unplug touchpad. then plug stove in.and see if error code returns. careful not to touch anything. if it returns then it is the control.

Nov 01, 2008 | Maytag Kitchen Ranges

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Maytag electric range shows F1 error message and beeps what does this mean? and now it permanently shows this message and not thee closk


f1 is a bad range control/ touchpad, here the part number for a white clock for model number MER5770aww 74008106 approx 150 bucks

Apr 03, 2008 | Maytag MER5770 Electric Kitchen Range

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