I have a Whirlpool Gold Double Convection oven. I have had to replace the microprocessor behind the touchpad control twice previously, a thermal fuse once and now most recently I have no ability to turn off the lower oven unless I flip the breaker once the lower oven's use is complete. I got the E1 F2 error this last week and just assumed that it was the microprocessor again. I got a rebuilt microprocessor from the same supplier as previous and upon getting everything installed I almost immediately got the same NO low oven off control and then as I was cycling through the remaining controls it went into E1 F2 error mode. I have tried pencil eraser cleaning of the ribbon contacts, business card on the non-contact side of the ribbon, trimming 1/16th off the ribbon to reset the contact patch on the strip. All of these attempts held the same effect as described above. Is this pointing toward the touchpad and ribbon having gone bad or should I be looking toward another problem. I don't believe it to be another issue since the screen is bright and clear but I may be missing something. Thanks for any input.
ANSWER Hello Warren. It sounds like the touch pad is bad and will need to be replaced on the unit.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Thursday, May 02, 2013