After using my upper oven it went into self-clean by itself, after extended period it did not shut down. I was concerned and cut the power after about 15 minutes. I restored power and oven continued to clean, cut power again until following day. When the power was turned on, the oven did not function no lights on the control panel. I checked the thermal overload and it showed no continuity. I temporary bypassed it but there was still no function on the panel but the upper oven began heating. Other than the thermal fuse, could it also need the micro-computer?
Answer Hello Mike,
I would start at the temperature sensor W10131825. This part tells the micro-computer what temperature it is inside the bake compartment. At room temperature it should read about 1100O. Be sure to tap on it while testing since it can have an intermittent problem. If this doesn't test bad, the micro-computer 4453661 is the answer to the issue. Unfortunately the micro-computer shows unavailable with no satisfactory substitution. The only alternative in this case is to see if you can locate one of the businesses that re-build control boards. This sounds like a real gamble, but in the exposure I've had with these companies, they seem to do really good work.
My oven keeps turning on and off by itself. The temp probe on the display will show the probe is plugged in when its not. Is it the display board or the computer?
Answer Hello Bill. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like the microcomputer 4456033 is bad and will need to be replaced. If a button is stuck, then you have a bad membrane on the unit. The membrane 4456322 has been permanently discontinued by the manufacturer and we don't know of any source or replacement for the part.
I'm getting the F2 E1 code. Do I need to replace the key pad or the Microcomputer? It looks like the transformer for the light is not getting power also. I checked power coming in and the shutdown fuse is good. I think its the Microcomputer
because of it is more money and that is my luck.
Answer Hello Martin. The first thing I would suggest is to sselect the cancel function and immediately power the unit off at the circuit breaker before it can start flashing the code. At this point, disconnect the control (clock) from the touchpad. Power the unit back up and wait at least 60 seconds. If the code doesn't reappear, replace the touchpad. If the code does reappear, replace the control. I sure hope this helped you out!
F2-E1 - Touch Pad (Keypad) Cable Unplugged