Beeping, flashing, oven door locked, display shows F-1
Half way through roasting vegetables at 400 on convection, the oven started beeping continually, showing F-1 (is this my computer?)on the display,and for good measure, locking the oven door shut with the food in it, and flashing the oven light. Possessed! I shut off the appropriate circuit breaker to stop the racket, and managed to get the door open, but the latch is still out. I am afraid to try anything now. After switching back the circuit breaker, the cooktop seems to work, and I reset the clock alright. Is this stove cooked? This has never happened before, the stove is about 9 years old.
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Re: beeping, flashing, oven door locked, display shows...
F1 Defective touch pad or membrane Replace touch pad or membrane (this problem is usually the touch pad)
F1 Watchdog on board Replace touch pad or clock assembly (also called the ERC)
BUT you also need to check the Oven Temperature Sensors
The Oven Temperature Sensors should read room temperature, 70°F, the resistance is 1000-1200 ohms. make sure you pull off the wires to measure the sensor's resistance and it reads open it is bad. and you will have to replace it too. hope this helps.
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foods with the appropriate oven mode, temperature, rack position and bake time. This section also ..... Preheat. Light. Lower. On/Off. Upper. True. Convection. Speed. Convection. Broil. Bake. Roast .... Cook Time: Turns off beep for the end of cooking time. •. Timer: Turns off ... Press Timer twice to exit the timer menu. Note: •.
realize the full potential of your new Bosch oven as well as protect it from damage ..... On/Off light. • Heat light. • Door lock light. • Timer/Manual selector knob .... the display will come on showing all the call-outs, .... Electronic Control of Oven. Immediate. Start/Automatic. Shut-Off. To use the .... Depress Cook Time button twice.
The electronic control may not be set correctly. If the control is
not programmed correctly the oven will not start and you will usually
hear a series of beeps instead of the microwave starting. See your Use
& Care Guide
Opening the door while the oven is cooking will greatly shorten the life of the door switches and lead to failure. Always hit "Stop" first unless the recipe calls for it. The instructions for the child lock are in the owner's manual. To set the lock, press Stop/Clear, then hold the "0" pad for more than four seconds. You will hear two beeps and the display will show "LOCKED".
To unlock, hold the "0" pad for more than four seconds. You will hear two beeps and the display will no longer show "LOCKED".
Unplug it. Plug it back in, then press n hold start. Make sure lock handle is all the way locked. You may have to push on the door at same time while locking n unlocking. If that doesn't work, shoot it. Ha
I had almost the same problem I to have a Maytag.I was not getting any readings from my panel and the oven would not work.I called up Maytag and they told me to move the oven away from the wall.Whats happens the computer board heats ( Display ) up causeing this problem.I moved the oven a little bit away from the wall and now it works great.I hope this helps you.
This happens because of a bad door switch . The plastic mounts inside
the microwave which hold the door switches and onto which the door
latches lock when you close the door .
Check also the turntable .
It could be out of it's right place .
slam your microwave door because this may cause the fuse to blow and
this is the reason of bad door switch problem . 2: A microwave is
capable of giving you a serious electrical shock even when it's
unplugged , so I recommend you to call a repair technician for help .
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.