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Re: Oven won't respond
Mandajo, the code is for a stuck or shorted keypad. Couple of things you can try. Press and hold the cancel/off key for 5 seconds. 2. Unplug the range for 1 minute. 3. In the back, disconnect the keypad ribbon cable from the main board. Clean the ends with an eraser and see if that cures the problem. If none of these work, looks like a new control is needed. Catriver.
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Hello Sonya, The E0-F2 error code means that the oven temperature was higher than it's supposed to be. Usually the oven overheats because of a defective oven temperature sensor and the sensor should be checked. this is what the sensor looks like...it is located within the oven chamber(usually in the left side) to check it,it needs to unplugged and using a mulitmeter set to measure ohms,check the sensor to be between 1060-1100 ohms at room temp. if the sensor is way lower/higher that 1060-1100 at room temp the sensor is bad and needs to be replaced, if the sensor is within that range then the control board is the problem. GENE
Here is what my online service manual for the F2-EO error code says
- E0 Shorted keypad (also called touch
pad) 1. Check keypad connector for firm
connection (keypad connects to control board). 2. Press CANCEL. If error code
returns after 60 seconds, replace keypad (also called touch pad or membrane
switch). Some models incorporate keypad in to control board as one unit. In this
case, replace control board (also called ERC or clock)
there should be more of a code like fo/eo or f2/eo or f3/eo or f5 /0o .. if you have # 1 = analog t digital l failure / replace control..= #2 shorted key pad / = replace control /? # 3 oven tempt sensor = repl oven sensor or fuse .// # 5 ck door /latch sw = replace component .. hope this helped . mm ( re/ck codes and see if one of thes matches your problem .. mm pls leave feed back ..
The solution was to hold down the "start" button for five seconds, which reset the system. I figured out that I had entered the model number of my oven wrong (mistaking a "Z" for a "2"). When I re-entered the correct model number in the "search for manual" section of the Whirlpool site, I was able to access the user manual and find the section that walked me through the correction.
EO and F2 means you have a shorted keypad. Or the oven temp is too high. The cheapest route to go is to replace the oven temp sensor first. If you give me the model number i can get the part number. If the oven temp sensor doesnt fix the problem You have to replace the electronic control. Check to see if there is a y near the end of your model number. if there is then it is most likely just the sensor. If there is no y then it is most likely the electronic control. (this is what my code chart says) But you can try the oven temp sensor anyway. It may fix it.
1. Disconnect power from oven for longer than 30 seconds.
2. Re-apply power and observe for longer than 5 minutes.
3. If failure remains, disconnect power, replace control, then
go back to step 2.
4. Unplug and replug membrane connector.