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If you have a KitchenAid range, the F2 E1 code indicates a keypad problem. If it recurs and continues to give the error after you press Cancel, then you will address the issue. The cake pan position has very little to do with the error.
The fix could be as simple as finding a damaged conductor in the wiring harness and using a conductive silver pen (or use the rear window defrost repair kit liquid applied with a needle and not a wide brush) to repair the break. On some ranges you might need to replace the keypad. Other models have the keypad integrated into the ERC (clock and entire control panel).
error 99 stands for communication fault between timer board and the sr drive.there are 5 things that can cause this error.1.rs-485 cable disconnected or malfunction 2.1 con monitordisconnected or malfunction. 3.run/stop wiring disconnected or malfunction. 4.timer board malfunction. 5.sr drive malfunction. hope this helps, dont forget to vote, thanks, monomoy
The symptoms you are describing would lead me to believe that the shifter clutch sleeve (part # 70035-1) is worn out. There's a chance that the gear that engages the clutch is worn as well, but less likely. A significant amount of transmission disassembly is required to access and replace these particular parts. There are a lot of things that can go poorly if you don't pay attention to detail when disassembling/reassembeling the transmission of a D300 (ie clutch rollers and springs) On a brighter note, it's about a 90 minute job for a proficient technician, if everything goes his/her way. That money would be well spent.
I know what these codes are: code 19 is that phase c is over current fault and code 23 is a motor stall fault.I would start by making sure you 3 phase wiring going into the mixer is there.I service these mixers as im a service tech for hobart.these units are very detailed and i can walk you thru some things to check but if you have an electrical problem you most likley will have to call a hobart service tech because we have special equipment to diagnose the fault.let me know it may be something simple as these mixers are usally maintenance free.
Hi if this has been in use long it appears that the bushes have got worn out and there is a "play" between the blade shaft and the body. A temp cure would be to oil the bush, but I am afraid eventually you will have to get it replaced at the dealers.