When I got up this morning the clock part of my stove is flashing E1 F1. I have tried to press the "stop" button but the flashing keeps on. It will not let me start the oven or do anything. when I moved here there was no instruction booklet. How do I fix this
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most likely, enter model # on sears website and locate the part # order from them or take the part # to your local appliance part store or call the local store directly. Be sure to have the model # 1st.
The control (TIMER) has likely failed in this instance - BUT...
Sometimes when you disconnect power to a range and reconnect it the electronic range control gets confused. You should disconnect power again for 15 seconds and reconnect and see if that helps.
If it doesn't cure the E1- F5 error hold the bake button in until E0- F2 appears in the display. This is the error for a stuck button on the keypad and is the way to clear the memory of the electronic range control.
Sometimes these work, but if the control has failed it won't make any difference.
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F1-E1 - EEPROM Checksum Error - Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds and then reconnect. Allow at least a minute after power has been restored and if error code reappears, replace control board (clock).
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daddysgirl, You do not indicate the model number or the age of the stove. Early model self clean stoves used a 'oven lock door handle.' Later model stoves do not use such a handle but is electronic. I believe this is the one that you own. You also don't indicate it the door is indeed "LOCKED" or does the console just says that it is locked. If you press START... does the oven actually come on and heat to desired temperature? If not... I believe that you have a touchpad control problem. You can unplug your stove from the wall or turn off the stove's 220VAC 50 amp circuit breaker located in your main electrical panel. If possible leave off over nite and then reapply power the next morning. If you still have the same oven contol problems, then you will have to replace your oven Electronic Control Module (ECM). It sounds like the "touchpad" portion is defected but unfortunately it usually comes as a part of the ECM. The oven ECM is very expensive ($150-275. retail) plus labor to install. Hopes this helps you! HandyHenry
Sounds like the unit may be stuck in to defrost . The defrost clock is usually inside of the refrigerator compartment up by the thermostat controls. you can take a screw driver and advance the controller to make the compressor come back on . usually when they start to stick they neeed replacing. good luck and please don't forget to rate the answer please. Thanks for using FixYa.
You can get spray paint in stores. Here is the kicker. Generally speaking Ovens and stoves have a baked on finnish. The problem is going to be getting a (And this is the key words) "High Heat" paint that matches the color of your stove. Most paint stores have "High Heat" in black red or silver to paint Bar B Q's with. However most do not have a multitude of colors that kitchen appliances come in. If your stove is one of those colors then problem solved go to the local paint store and pick it up. If not try looking at automotive paint stores for the similar color. In an automotive store you will look in the isle for Engine paint. If you can not find a paint that matches the color in High Heat, you could try an appliance epoxy. The thing is that is usually used on refridgerators, washers, dryers etc and not recomended for stoves. Try a small spot and monitor it. If it begins to peel my recomendation would be replace the stove as coatings beyond that will start to become more pricey than a new range.
TRY UNPLUGGIN THE RANGE FOR FIVE MINUTES AND THEN PLUGGING IT BACK IN. IF IT DOESN'T RESET AND UNLOCK, YOU COULD HAVE EITHER A BAD OVEN SENSOR OR BAD CONTROL(CLOCK). IF YOU ARE A DO IT YOURSELFER, YOU COULD BUY A NEW OVEN SENSOR, REMOVE THE BACK PANEL FROM THE RANGE(THE LARGER LOWER PANEL) FIND THE SMALL CONNECTOR PLUG THAT COMES THROUGH THE BACK WALL. IT HAS ONLY TWO WIRES ATTACHED TO IT. DISCONNECT THE OLD SENSOR AT THAT POINT AND CONNECT THE NEW SENSOR. IF THE OLD SENSOR IS BAD, THE DOOR WILL UNLOCK AND YOU CAN THEN REPLACE THE BAD SENSOR
THROUGH THE OVEN OPENING.