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Amana self cleaning oven Model ACS7270AS, Seril 10924419AT F1 And F5 code come on control panel and continuous beep. All burners and other oven controls seem to come on ok. How do we clear the beeping codes and beeping sound. This happened about a year ago and we had to have the glass top panel replaced.

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Both F1 and F5 are the code for a board failure; it would need to be replaced. What you could try is disconnect the oven for a few minutes and then turn the power back on. If that does not do the trick you would need a board

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