Question about Frigidaire Ovens
I'm banking that infinite switch is bad (the knob) but there could be other issues. If it's just one burner doing it then I would assume the switch, but if not then I would get a technician.
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Posted on Dec 16, 2009
SOURCE: My frigidaire oven is displaying
The F1 code indicates a control failure. Try pressing a key to see if it
displays on the screen. If not, the keypad may have shorted and
If the keypad is fine, there is perhaps a problem with the internal checksum; disconnect the power for 30 seconds and reconnect it. If the code remains, you must replace the electronic oven control (EOC).
- If the F1 code appears when the oven is running, it means that the oven senses an overheating condition. Use an external thermometer to check the temperature inside the oven.
- If it is accurate, it means that either the temperature sensor probe or the control relay has malfunctioned. Disconnect the power, and inspect the sensor probe, replacing it if necessary.
- If the oven is actually overheating, replace the EOC.
- If the oven is allowed to overheat, the resulting damage is possibly so extensive that the entire oven may require replacement.
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Posted on Jul 18, 2011
The F5 ERROR code means that the self check that the control (also called clock)board runs to check itself has failed and the control has detected a problem within itself and the control must be repalced.
Posted on Aug 10, 2011
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Posted on Oct 28, 2011
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Hello Bill Robbins - From what you are describing it sounds like a wiring failure or a communication break failure between the power board and UIB has occurred. Error code F5, typically indicates that the EOC will need replacing. A certified technician will need to test the wiring harness between the ESC, UIB and EOC.
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