Fisher and Paykel Ovens - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support

There is no reason why you shouldn't simply expose the wiring at the rear and disconnect it, though if you found the oven timer useful, perhaps you should contact the manufacturer and cost a replacement.

Fisher and... • Answered on May 17, 2020

I wouldn't drive it more. It could be your oil pump.I'm sure you have checked your oil?? My pump got clogged up and I ended up having to replace the entire engine and I'll tell you that is expensive, over 2,000!

Fisher and... • Answered on Dec 05, 2019

This happens with a lot of ovens. It's because the mechanism that locks the door is stuck. When the door doesn't lock you can't do a self clean. They don't want you to be able to open the door while the oven is 800 degrees? or so. Look just below the little button that gets pushed in when the door is closed, upper left, and you should see a vertical slot. This is where a little lever comes out and grabs the slot on the door. There is a microswitch inside that tells the oven if the lever has come out or not. Your lever is stuck. You can test this in a totally dangerous way by opening the door, holding in the button, and turning on the self cleaning. If everything is correct you will see the lever come out to grab and lock the door, but your's won't because it's stuck. Jiggle it or push on it or pull on it with needle nosed pliers. It frees up pretty easily. But when it does, the oven will go into self clean, which you don't want it to do with the door open, so turn it off, close the door and try again. It should work fine.

Fisher and... • Answered on Sep 28, 2019

Refer ti instructions that came with oven. Try this link, found by googling : Fisher and Paykel oven is showing F215 error and there was answer.

Fisher and... • Answered on Jun 06, 2019


Before you decide to replace your oven door gasket,check first if it really needs replacement or if it's the correct oven component that's broken. Broken oven door gaskets unevenly heat the food being cooked or baked. Turn on the oven and navigate your hand around the door way of the oven without touching the walls of the oven. An inch distance from the walls of the oven to your fingertips is a good distance to check for any unexpected release of heat.
The gasket needs replacement if you perceive that the heat is escaping from inside. Be careful not to touch the oven door when you test your oven.
The gasket is where the door normally closes on to and is normally found at the frame of the oven. In this kind of oven,
where the gasket is mounted on the frame, the gasket is friction-fit and can easily be replaced. Some ovens have a door that is divided in to 2 sections and the gasket is not found on the door frame.
In this type of oven, the gasket is installed in between the back and front panels of the oven door. If the gasket is installed in between the front and back sections of the door, it is advisable to have a professional fix or replace it.
For frame-mounted gaskets, below is a step by step process on replacing the oven door

Tools and Materials Needed:
  • Screwdriver,Cleaning cloth,Household detergent,Water,New gasket (same brand and range).
Step 1 - Get the Range and Brand Take note of the range and brand of oven that needs gasket replacement. Purchase the correct type of gasket.
Step 2 - Turn Off the Valve Turn off the valve of the gas source. Take the old gasket out of the channel by removing the screws that is holding it in place. Some gaskets are not attached to the oven via screws but are just friction-fitted in place.
Step 3 - Clean the Channel

Take a cleaning cloth moistened with household cleaning detergent and water solution and clean the channel and the oven door frame. Clean it well so you don't leave any cleaning detergent residue.
Step 4 - Install the New Gasket Start installing the new gasket starting from the top of the door frame going down unto the sides of the oven frame. Ease the new gasket around the corners. End the installation along the bottom by pushing the gasket ends together.
When replacing the gasket, be aware of the scents perceived in the vicinity of the oven. Leave the house when you smell gas and call the fire department. Don't turn on or off any lighting materials such as lamps, ceiling lights or flashlights. If it's found outside the house, turn off the valve of the gas master source. Do not, in any case, enter your home, until the firemen get to your house and confirm that it's safe to go in.

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Fisher and... • Answered on Mar 21, 2019

Sorry Ed Leibrick...I attempted to find your SPECIFICS in yourOWNERS MANUAL... Sadly (no joy)...!!Very limited RESULTS here in the (USA)San Francisco Bay area on your model.Strongly suggest you try CUSTOMER support... @UK Tele hoursNZ 0800 372 273 toll-free, 24/7 AU 1300 650 590 toll-free, 24/7GB 0845 066 2200 toll-free, 24/7IE 1800 625 174 toll-free, 24/ CAUTION:Typically "turning OFF "demo" mode is merely pushing the correct combinations of controls... (my opinion).HOWEVER... many FEATURES are undocumented and you can havea PROFOUND impact on the NORMAL function of your appliance.Do NOT play with it... USE your CUSTOMER SUPPORT...!

Fisher and... • Answered on Feb 10, 2019

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Fisher and... • Answered on Dec 13, 2018

no model doesnt help normally the two left buttons and the second to last button all tghree pressed at the same time

Fisher and... • Answered on Sep 03, 2018

I have the double wall ovens. The lower oven read door lock & flashed F7. Check to make sure the lock is not sticking out a bit, it is on the left side of the oven. I'm not sure if this is what the f7 fault code is, but it worked for me :)

Fisher and... • Answered on Jul 08, 2018


Seems like you found out the hard way what I wrote about in this tip...

Check it out it also contains some thing to try on how to unlock that oven..

Self Cleaning Oven Problem


Asker's Testimonial " Wish I had read this first. I never would have used the self cleaning option. Thanks for the info!! " - amymrocks

Fisher and... • Answered on Jul 08, 2018

ill assume your referring to the cooking fan you see inside the oven and not the outer cooling fan, you will need to turn the breaker off outside to cut power to the oven then you will have to take the oven out of the wall and remove the back cover then its normally just 3 screws and the nut on the inside of the oven that holds the fan blade on (which is reverse threaded by the way) and it should come out

Fisher and... • Answered on Jul 08, 2018

normally there is a live wire for right and one for the left this maybe off,turn off at wall and remove the back to see any wires that maybe off

Fisher and... • Answered on Jul 08, 2018

there is a seperae fuse for the elements if it is wired as a two phase which mean at your fuse box there is teo oven fuses one of them is blown or tripped

Fisher and... • Answered on Jun 01, 2018

as it shouls calways be off at the wall when not in use, but if you want to then press the two left and the second to last button all at the same time

Fisher and... • Answered on Jun 01, 2018

to be honest you should always turn it off at the wall when not in use for safety reasons most common one is to press the two far left buttons and the second to last button all at the same time

Fisher and... • Answered on Jun 01, 2018

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