A two-digit Whirlpool F5 code is a control board failure, according to Appliance Parts Pros, and the control board will need to be replaced.... read more ›
- Power unit down by turning off the circuit breaker(s) for one (1) minute.
- Power unit up by turning on the circuit breaker(s).
- Start a bake cycle.
- Monitor the oven for one (1) minute to ensure the error code does not display again.
- Verify oven operation.
Press and hold any key to clear the error code and F2 code should appear. Select 'cancel' and observe for one minute for errors. If error continues, disconnect power and replace control. F6-E0 - Return Line Not Connected - This error should appear within 60 seconds after power up to appliance.... see more ›
You can expect the self-cleaning cycle on your Whirlpool oven to take anywhere from 2 to 6 hours depending on the specific make of your oven. For example, wall ovens will take about 4 to 6 hours to go through the full self-cleaning cycle. During the cycle, the oven will lock so you are unable to open the door.... view details ›
Door Lock Issue
The F5E1 Error Code indicates that there may be an issue with the door switch/door lock. The door is unlocked during a cycle when it should be locked. Try resetting the washer/dryer by unplugging it from the outlet for at least 1 minute, and then plugging it back in.... read more ›
Press and hold any key for one minute to clear the error code, and an F2 code should appear. Press CANCEL and observe the stove for one minute to see if the F5 error reappears. If the error persists, it's time to replace the latch.... continue reading ›
Press the "Off/Clear' button for three seconds to turn the "Control Locked" child lock off. Reset the cooking program if "Off/Clear" was pressed accidentally. For example, press the "Defrost" button again, and turn the dial to select the defrost time you want again. Press "Start."... continue reading ›
- F0. Default F code-no failure. ...
- F1. Defective electronic oven control (EOC) ...
- F2/E0. Keypad wire harness is disconnected. ...
- F2/E5 or F2/E6. Cancel key is defective. ...
- F3/E0. Defective oven temperature sensor or open oven temperature sensor circuit. ...
- F3/E1. ...
- F3/E2. ...
Replacing the Temperature Sensor (Whirlpool Part # W10131825)... view details ›
- Put your oven on the heat position.
- Turn off the circuit breaker that powers your oven.
- Wait 1 minute and turn it back on.
- The display should show “STOP”
- Set the function selection button to " 0 »
Leaving the racks in place during self-cleaning can discolor the metal, take the shine off its finish, and damage the coating that helps racks slide in and out with ease. So whether your oven is self-cleaning or not, you're best advised to remove the racks and clean them the old fashioned way.... view details ›
Failure to remove bigger pieces of food debris or liquid from your oven prior to running the self-cleaning feature can lead to excessive smoke and foul odours. In addition, those pieces may not break down into ashes but bake on even harder.... see details ›
No, it's not safe to self-clean an oven while sleeping, and you should never do that. A self-cleaning oven poses an increased fire and injury risk. It also produces smoke, fumes, and carbon monoxide throughout the process.... continue reading ›
Reset the appliance
Power unit down by turning off the circuit breaker(s) for one (1) minute. Power unit up by turning on the circuit breaker(s). Monitor the range or oven for one (1) minute to ensure the error code does not display again. Verify the range or oven operation.... continue reading ›
Whirlpool Range / Oven - Diagnostics Mode Operation - Stored Error Codes... continue reading ›
F1 Error Code
There may be an analog to digital failure; if this is the case, simply disconnect the range for 30 seconds and plug back in. If the same display reappears, you may need to replace the control board.... view details ›