Question about KitchenAid Food Mixers
After it cooled I pressed Cancel and everything worked again. My worry now is should I still have it looked at or should I Keep the cake pan OFF the bottom of the oven from now on? Will that be enough?
If you have a KitchenAid range, the F2 E1 code indicates a keypad problem. If it recurs and continues to give the error after you press Cancel, then you will address the issue. The cake pan position has very little to do with the error.
The fix could be as simple as finding a damaged conductor in the wiring harness and using a conductive silver pen (or use the rear window defrost repair kit liquid applied with a needle and not a wide brush) to repair the break. On some ranges you might need to replace the keypad. Other models have the keypad integrated into the ERC (clock and entire control panel).
I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 03, 2012
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