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Badar Awan Posted on Nov 14, 2006
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I am unable to trun it on. Control pennal does not work

Without any reason one day this thing stopped working. NOw the pannel show the clock and the " OFF" . Any key does not work. How can I bring it out of this stat? Power on and off does not change this condition. PLease help me.

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  • Badar Awan Nov 19, 2006

    Thanks for yur help, your suggestion brought the oven out of off state, now when I try to bake or brial it shows F9 or F6, what is this. I will really appericiate your help.

  • Badar Awan Nov 19, 2006

    I lost the manual for this oven, is there any way I can get the list of error codes. I really appreciate your help. You are the guru

  • Badar Awan Nov 19, 2006

    Thanks for your quick response, I really appreciate it.

  • greg1459 Nov 05, 2007

    I have the same problem, but pressing bake and cooktime will not bring it back. I have turned the power off and on a number of times hoping it will will work. Still nothing.

    The only button that works on the control panel is the oven cancel button. It just beeps when pressed.

    Any suggestions?

  • dave shoe Dec 16, 2007

    yes need code book

  • dave shoe Dec 16, 2007

    need a code book fo means

  • KBKB Jan 30, 2008

    The control panel says "Off" and the oven won't heat. There are no other F codes.


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Badar, press and hold bake and cooktime together for 5 seconds. Sometimes a power failure will put it in lock mode. back.

  • Anonymous Nov 19, 2006

    Badar, F9 is the code for a failed lock motor or switches. The lock mechanism for the self clean latch will have to be checked out. I'm not finding a F6 for the model posted, but in most Amana built in's F6 means a failed electronic control. See if you can put this model into the quick test mode. Kill the power to the oven, re-apply the power. After power is back on, press and hold the cook time pad for 5 seconds. Now press clean and you should see a the door lock status. You have approx 30 seconds between tests, bake,broil, convection, light etc., by pressing each pad to test the function. If any one fails, you should get an error code in the display. Press cancel to exit the test mode. back.

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