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crystal staton Posted on Oct 12, 2006
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E1 and F1 flash, with beeps at 15 sec. intervals, & oven not working

The timer keeps going off at fifteen second intervals when you hit the button. When you let the beeps continue, it lasts several minutes. Then it just flashes the codes again, quietly, until you hit the buttons again. Then, it is the same thing all over again. E1 and F1 flash back and forth. Cannot use my oven or timer. Clock is still working & the stove top is fine. Please, help me. Thank you so much!!!!!!!

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Crys, the tech sheet for your model states that you need to replace the electronic control (clock) when this error is flashing. Catriver..post back.

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