The oven beeps, control panel goes blank and now the display shows E6 F2. What should I troubleshoot? What possibly needs replacement? Thank you
Answer Hello Debbie,
The fault code E6 F2 indicates a problem with the cancel key circuit. You will need to open the unit and verify a good electrical connection to the control from the keypad. If good, press cancel. If the code returns within 60 seconds, replace the keypad 8300440. If this does not correct the issue, the control 8302967 will require replacement. I know this sounds like shot-gunning the circuit but this is how the manufacturer says to approach the issue on the units' tech sheet. Also, since the control is no longer available with no satisfactory substitutions listed, you should contact Corecentric Solutions (866-737-2244) or corecentricsolutions.com to see if they support this board (8300440).
The oven works fine without error messages other than the display on control has got dim and is hard to see. Time and temperature display are extremely dim.
Answer Hello Dennis. In order to properly repair the unit, you will need to order and replace the control board on the unit. This is the only way to repair the display on the unit.
Oven clock doesn't light up. Lights come on when the door is open. When I hit start, the oven just beeps and nothing else happens. What could be wrong?
Answer Hello Ann,
First you should check for 240Vac at the wall outlet/terminal block. If it isn't there, turn the breaker off and back on and re-test in case half of the breaker was tripped. If the voltage is there, check the low voltage transformer 9760587.