Question about Ariston Technologies Ovens
We have been using the oven for approx. 15mths and approx. 2wks ago we used the Pyro clean for the first time 3days ago after using the oven it turned the fan on two hours after we had finished and started flashing F 53 and F 03
Posted by Anonymous on
I managed to resolve that problem. When you have BOTH F53 and F03 error codes, it's not a sensor fault (although F03 is the big cavity sensor and F53 is the top one)... it's a faulty capacitor trouble. On the main board there are 4 electrolytic capacitors, just replace all of them and you're ok again. It's quite simple and very cheap. :-)
Posted on Jun 21, 2016
SOURCE: Whirlpool oven fault f03 shown
f03 error is a sensor error.you could have taken an ohm reading on the thermistor to see if it was bad.if you replaces the t-mistor then the only other component responsible is the board.make sure all the connections on the board are clean and tight before you replace it.
Posted on Sep 29, 2007
SOURCE: monogram wall oven F9 error
“F— AND A NUMBER • You have a function error code. Press the CLEAR/OFF pad. Allow the OR LETTER” FLASH oven to cool for one hour. Put the oven back into operation. IN THE LOWER OVEN • If the function code repeats, disconnect all power to the oven for at DISPLAY least 30 seconds and then reconnect power. If the function error code repeats, call for service Here is someone that had the exact same problem: intermittent F7 error code. I couldn't even get it to do the F7 error . There's a pretty good tech service sheet inside the control panel. I followed its procedure for testing the keypad (which was nothing more than pressing all the buttons and hearing it go "BEEP!" ). But the tech sheet did mention that intermittent F7 problems are usually caused by poor connections. So I pulled the ribbon connector off the control board and cleaned the copper connectors using a pink pencil eraser. That whupped that puppy! But then I went out on another service call, same oven, different house. The pink pencil eraser trick didn't work on this one so I had to apply some of that famous Samurai gray matter. To identify the problem on this one, I cut power to the range and disconnected the ribbon connector that connected the touch pad to the electronic range control (ERC) board. Then I re-applied power and let it sit that way for 24 hours after which the customer was instructed to call me and report on the error code status of the oven. If no error code was reported, I knew the touch pad was the problem. If, on the other hand, the F7 error code came back, then I knew the (ERC) was the culprit. In this case, the error code did not come back during the test period and, using my keen, Vulcan-like powers of deduction, concluded that the touch pad was defective. I replaced the touch pad and problem solved! It's important that you don't skimp the disconnect test because there's a big difference in price between the ERC and touch pad. So, you want to be right on this one. Ok, after you do this test and determine which part you need to replace, come and get it here. **** this helps. :]
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
On this model, F03 indicates a faulty power control board (also known as the "Capricorn" board by Whirlpool technicians). A new oven with no guarantee? There is usually a reason something has no guarantee, in your case, a faulty control board. It is a relatively expensive part unfortunately.
You can try disconnecting from power, removing top panel from oven. The large square electronic board you see on the top of oven is the power control board. Check all plug connections are OK, especially the large thin multi plug that goes to the display board- I have had a poor connection at this plug causes F03 faults. If still no go, power control board will need replacing
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
There is a probelm with the control panel. You can fix it for about a penny. The panel has a printed ribbon cable that plugs into the relay board. The ribbon cable is actually two cables pressed together, which can be seperated by simply lifting them apart. The ribbon cable has a defect in that the plasic insulation is defective, causing the leads between the two ribbons to cross, or short circuit. Simply place a thin sheet of paper between them, and make sure you push the paper down all of the way to the plastic housing, fold over the edges around the cable, you are done.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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