Wednesday, June 08, 2016

JennAir - KitchenAid - Maytag and Whirlpool Microwave Ovens Error codes and causes - KitchenAid and Whirlpool Gas and Electric Ranges Error codes and causes – JennAir, KitchenAid, Maytag and Whirlpool Induction Cooktops Error codes and causes - Home appliances repair and service

Category: Home Appliances Repair and Service 

Contents of this article 

  • Gas and Electric range error codes
  • Microwave oven error codes 
  • CookTop error codes  

Error codes cause and solution 

KitchenAid and Whirlpool Gas and Electric Ranges Error codes and causes
F0 E0
Default No Errors
F1 E0
User Interface (UI) Board Replace UI
F1 E1
User Interface (UI) Board Replace UI
F2 E0
Keypad Disconnected Check connections If necessary replace Keypad
F2 E1
Stuck Key/ Shorted Key Replace Keypad
F2 E2
Display/LED error Replace Display Board/LED
F3 E0
Main Oven Temperature Sensor Check for 10001200Ω
F3 E1
Lower Oven Temperature Sensor Check for 10001200Ω
F3 E2
Warming Drawer Temperature Sensor Check temp readout in Diagnostic Mode
F3 E4
Meat Probe Sensor/Jack Shorted Check both components for failure
F5 E0
Door Position/Door Latch Switch Check Oven Light ON/OFF – Check Door Latch for continuity/open
F5 E1
Door Latch not Operating Check Latch Switch/Latch Motor
F6 E6
Main Oven AM Lost Communication Check Main Oven AM connections
F6 E8
Microwave Oven AM Lost Communication Check Microwave Oven AM connections
F6 E9
Lower Oven AM Lost Communication Check Lower Oven AM connections
F8 E1
Cooling Fan Speed to slow Check Speed of Blower via Diagnostic Mode
F8 E2
Cooling Fan Speed to fast Check Speed of Blower via Diagnostic Mode
F9 E0
Unit miswired at house supply Check supply wiring
JennAir – KitchenAid - Maytag and Whirlpool Microwave Ovens Error codes and causes
F2
Keyboard/User Interface
Check Keyboard/User Interface connections If OK, Replace component(s)
F2 E1
Touch Panel/User Interface
Replace Touch Panel/UI
F3
Cavity Temperature Sensor
Check Sensor connections, if good Replace Sensor. Problem persistsreplace Control Board.
F3C
Cavity Temperature Sensor
Check Sensor connections, if good Replace Sensor. Problem persistsreplace Control Board.
F3H
Humidity Sensor
Replace Humidity Sensor, plug MW in & wait 3040 seconds. Problem persists Replace Control Board.
F4 E4
Humidity Sensor
Replace Humidity Sensor, plug MW in & wait 90 seconds. Problem persists Replace Control Board.
F5
Boiler Temperature Sensor
Check Sensor connections Check for 70K130KΩ resistance
F6
Microwave Relay (4903) on Control Board
Check connections between Relay 4903 and Control Board. Replace Control Board
F8
Display Board memory communication
Verify errorReplace UI/Control Board
F9
Relay control board communication error.
Check communication cable between relay and control board .if goog replace the relay board and relay control board
F13
WIDE (Appliance ManagerUI) communication
Verify errorCheck connections between AM and UI boards Good connections, replace AM. Problem persists Replace UI.
JennAir, KitchenAid, Maytag and Whirlpool Induction Cooktops Error codes and causes
There are 3 types of failures associated with the Cooktop. The description of these failures and the impact they will have on the rest of the Cooktop are listed in the following.
Failure – Type 1
Failure type 1 comes from the power control board. This failure will affect only one burner. The user may continue to use the other burners.
Failure – Type 2
Failure type 2 usually comes from the power control board (there could be some exceptions). These failures affect all burners associated with that power control board; the user may continue to use the burners that belong to the other power control board.
Failure – Type 3
Failure type 3 comes from the User Interface. This failure disables the entire Cooktop. When this type of failure occurs, all the burners are switched Off by the User Interface.
F12
Coil under current Type 1
Check for 240 volts at connection T2A T2B or T3A T3B on thepower control board (whichever connection the burner is plugged into). If voltage is not correct, disconnect power and replace the power control board.
F
21
Supply power frequency Type 2
Replace the power control board
F
25
Stuck fan on power control board Type 2
Check that the cooling fan connector is firmly plugged in. Problem persistsReplace the cooling fan
F
36, F37
Temperature sensor is not working Type 1
Check that the temperature sensor is 1000 Ω at roomtemperature and is firmly plugged in. Problem persistsreplace the nonworking coil and the control board.
F
40
Power control board failure Type 1 or Type 2
Check the cable between the User Interface and the power control board is good and properly connected. Problem persists
Replace the power control board.
F
42
Power supply Type 2
Check for 240 volts AC at the main incoming power supply and check for an open fuse on the EMI filter board. Problem persistsReplace the power control board.
F47
Power supply from power control board to User Interface is missing or WIDE communication error.
Check the continuity between L1 on the terminal block and both L1 terminals on between UI and power control board or an open fuse on the filter board Type 2 the EMI filter board. If there is not continuity on one or both of these lines, replace the thermofuse harness. Check the continuity of the fuses on the EMI board. If either of the fuses is blown, replace with a new one. Problem persists
Change both control boards.
F56
Wrong or invalid UI configuration. Type 3
Reconfigure the cooktop following the directions in “Manual Configuration Mode.” Problem persists Replace the User Interface.
F58
Wrong or invalid power control board configuration Type 2
Reconfigure the Cooktop following the directions in “Manual Configuration Mode.” Problem persists
Replace the power control board.
F61
Power control board does not work
Check that the cables between the User Interface and the power control board are not damaged and are firmly plugged in. Check for 240 Volts AC at the J1 connector on the power control board. Reconnect power and confirm voltage reading. If voltage is not correct, disconnect power and have a qualified electrician check the home power supply. Problem persistsReplace the cable between the User Interface and the power control board.