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F2:E1 None of the controls on my oven work. All I get is a code that reads F2:E1. I have no clue what this means and the mannual has no information on this. In the mean time my control pannel is completely locked up and I can't use my oven. Do you have any idea what this means?

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    i have the following readout F7:E1 what does this mean

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This has happens to us regularly. Today when it happened I unplugged the oven and let the it cool hoping that would help. It didn't. I did that several times over a couple of hours to no avail. When it powers up, there are a sequence of different readings on the screen before the error code comes up. In my final effort, just before the code F2:E1 appeared, and it read PF, I quickly turned on the oven and that interrupted the sequence. It is now working. Lucky. I hope this helps someone.

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I got the same error. Turns out it was just water that seeped in and shorted something. I just gave it some time and wiped it off and pressed cancel and it disappeared.

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The F2:E1 error code relates to keypad cable unplugged. 1.Check keypad connector for firm connection (keypad connects to control board). 2. Press CANCEL. If error code returns after 60 seconds, replace keypad pad. Some models incorporate keypad in to control board as one unit. In this case, replace control board (ERC) Good luck!

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