Question about Frigidaire 30" Self-Cleaning Freestanding Electric Range - White-on-White
Posted by Anonymous on
Just wondering if it's dangerous to have plugged in?
Posted on Aug 11, 2020
You are experiencing a runaway temperature, or too hot of a temperature for the control board and sensors within the unit. When the unit gets this error code it shuts down for safety reasons. You would need a professional to diagnose the connections and control wiring to the control board, and the elements for safety.
Posted on Dec 31, 2012
SOURCE: My frigidaire oven is displaying
The F1 code indicates a control failure. Try pressing a key to see if it
displays on the screen. If not, the keypad may have shorted and
If the keypad is fine, there is perhaps a problem with the internal checksum; disconnect the power for 30 seconds and reconnect it. If the code remains, you must replace the electronic oven control (EOC).
- If the F1 code appears when the oven is running, it means that the oven senses an overheating condition. Use an external thermometer to check the temperature inside the oven.
- If it is accurate, it means that either the temperature sensor probe or the control relay has malfunctioned. Disconnect the power, and inspect the sensor probe, replacing it if necessary.
- If the oven is actually overheating, replace the EOC.
- If the oven is allowed to overheat, the resulting damage is possibly so extensive that the entire oven may require replacement.
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Posted on Jul 18, 2011
SOURCE: Fault Code F1
Frigidaire oven fault code F1 means the electronic clock control is bad and should be replaced. That is the electronic control board that shows your clock display and is also called clock or eoc, depending on your model.
Posted on Mar 25, 2008
Hi, you stated that you cooked a meal that produced some humidity inside the oven. this is the cause of the F-1 code. the humid conditions that were present at the time, caused the EOC(electronic Oven Control) to short. you will need to replace this control board at this time. it has failed.
Posted on May 20, 2009
SOURCE: oven door locked
ah, you lucky guy. You can try a hard reset by unplugging the range for a good 1/2 hour, then plug back in. Unfortunutely this probably won't work, as these clock/timers are notorious for only lasting a few years. You have to blow $150+ and replace the clock/timer. Note: A hair dryer will help you get the face off the old one to put onto the new one.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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