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Error code 5A6 on Maytag oven MER5755QAB

I am unable to turn oven on from touch pad, oven not working. Please help Rizon

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  • rizon Oct 02, 2007

    I actually got the wrong error code, I read it again and it said SAB, and when I found the manual it said to hold down the Clock key for 3 seconds and that did the trick.

    Thanks for trying to help, sorry for giving the incorrect error code.

  • Keith Steinhoff Feb 24, 2009

    Error code 5A6 on range display. Held down the clock key for several seconds and the code blinked two or three times then cleared back to the clock display. Thanks for the info.

  • maevamena Mar 21, 2009

    I have the same problem - ish. Our oven is acting the same but without displaying the SAB error. Occasionally if we hit clock or bake it will beep. Once my husband hit bake and the bake like came on, but no temperature numbers showed. The oven heated up for a while, then when I cancelled it we went back to no beeps, no lights. Any ideas? I need my oven back!

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    thanks KStein, you just saved me a boatload of money!

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    Code 5ba shows on touch pad and oven will not turn on

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My range showed a code of 5A6, I held the clock key down for a few seconds and it corrected itself.

Posted on Nov 05, 2007

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Yes hold the clock key for several seconds and it resets, how unpluging or flipping the swith in the electrical box does not reset it.

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Error code 5A6 on range display. Held down the clock key for several seconds and the code blinked two or three times then cleared back to the clock display. Thanks for the info.-

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    holding down the clock works like a charm.

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THANK GOODNESS FOR THE INTERNET! I was at a loss as to what to do... had the 5ab or 5a6 error, held the clock key down like you all said, worked like a charm, thank you so much!

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I have the same problem, but i push and hold the clock buttom and i hear two beeps and work fine, just setup the time and put your oven work...

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Try unplugging the oven, this should reset the unit.

Posted on Sep 28, 2007

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What looks like a 5a6 is actually a "sab" which stands for "sabbath mode". I have seen this in several brands and models. there is always a way to enter the sab mode and exit it. usually by holding the clock key down for a short time. this can be done accidentaly.

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