Whirlpool wall oven error codes

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These error code explanations can help you diagnose a problem with your Whirlpool wall oven. For repair how-to help, visit the PartsDirect repair help section, which includes repair help for wall ovens, other major appliances, lawn and garden equipment, garage door openers, vacuum cleaners and more. Search for your model number to find a complete list of replacement parts for your wall oven.

Error Code
Condition
DIY advice
F0

Default F code-no failure

Check/Repair

The F0 code displays if there are no previous fault codes and you hold the CANCEL key for 5 seconds. Press CANCEL to clear the display.

Possible parts
No parts needed
F1

Defective electronic oven control (EOC)

Check/Repair

Disconnect power or unplug the wall oven. Replace the electronic oven control (EOC).

Possible parts
Electronic oven control (EOC)
F2/E0

Keypad wire harness is disconnected

Check/Repair

Disconnect power or unplug the wall oven. Reconnect the keypad wire harness if loose. Restore electrical power to the wall oven and press CANCEL. If the error code returns after 60 seconds, replace the keypad. If the problem persists, replace the electronic oven control.

Possible parts
Keypad, Electronic oven control (EOC)
F2/E5 or F2/E6

CANCEL key is defective

Check/Repair

Disconnect power or unplug the wall oven. Reconnect the keypad wire harness if loose. Restore electrical power to the wall oven and press CANCEL. If the error code returns after 60 seconds, replace the keypad. If the problem persists, replace the electronic oven control.

Possible parts
Keypad, Electronic oven control (EOC)
F3/E0

Oven temperature sensor defective or an open oven temperature sensor circuit

Check/Repair

Disconnect power or unplug the wall oven. Reconnect the oven temperature sensor wire harness connection if loose. Replace the wire harness if damaged. Measure the oven temperature sensor resistance using a volt/ohm meter. If the resistance isn't 1080 ohms at room temperature (70 degrees F), replace the oven temperature sensor. If the oven temperature sensor resistance and wire harness connections are okay, replace the electronic oven control (EOC).

How-to help
Possible parts
Oven temperature sensor, Wire harness, Electronic oven control (EOC)
F3/E1

Oven temperature sensor defective or a shorted oven temperature circuit.

Check/Repair

Disconnect power or unplug the wall oven. Reconnect the oven temperature sensor wire harness if loose. Replace the wire harness if damaged. Measure the oven temperature sensor resistance using a volt/ohm meter. If the resistance isn't 1080 ohms at room temperature (70 degrees F), replace the oven temperature sensor. If the oven temperature sensor resistance and wire harness connections are okay, replace the electronic oven control (EOC).

How-to help
Possible parts
Oven temperature sensor, Wire harness, Electronic oven control (EOC)
F3/E2

Oven temperature is more than 575 degrees F in BAKE mode.

Check/Repair

Disconnect power or unplug the wall oven. Reconnect the oven temperature sensor wire if loose. Replace the wire harness if damaged Measure the oven temperature sensor resistance using a volt/ohm meter. If the resistance isn't 1080 ohms at room temperature (70 degrees F), replace the oven temperature sensor. If the oven temperature sensor resistance and wire harness connections are okay, replace the electronic oven control (EOC).

How-to help
Possible parts
Oven temperature sensor, Wire harness, Electronic oven control (EOC)
F3/E3

Oven temperature is more than 950 degrees F in CLEAN mode

Check/Repair

Disconnect power or unplug the wall oven. Reconnect the oven temperature sensor wire if loose. Replace the wire harness if damaged. Measure the oven temperature sensor resistance using a volt/ohm meter. If the resistance isn't 1080 ohms at room temperature (70 degrees F), replace the oven temperature sensor. If the oven temperature sensor resistance and wire harness connections are okay, replace the electronic oven control (EOC).

How-to help
Possible parts
Oven temperature sensor, Wire harness, Electronic oven control (EOC)
F4/E1

Meat probe malfunction - shorted

Check/Repair

Disconnect power or unplug the wall oven. Unplug the meat probe and measure the resistance of the meat probe using a volt/ohm meter. If the resistance isn't 59000 ohms at room temperature, replace the meat probe. If the resistance of the meat probe is okay, insert the meat probe in the jack and check for a firm connection between the probe and jack in the oven. If the jack is damaged or worn out, replace it. Reconnect the wire harness connection on the meat probe jack if loose. Replace the wire harness if damaged.

Possible parts
Meat probe, Meat probe jack, Wire harness
F5/E0

Door is open, but latch is locked (door switch communicates, an open door, but latch switch communicates a locked door),

Check/Repair

Test the oven door switch operation using the oven light. Open and close the oven door to see if the oven door switch turns the oven light on and off when the oven door is opened and closed. If the oven door switch is defective, replace it. Disconnect power or unplug the oven. Reconnect any loose wires on the oven door lock assembly wire harness. Replace the wire harness if damaged. Check the door lock assembly for visible damage and replace it if broken.

Possible parts
Oven door switch, Oven door lock assembly, Wire harness
F5/E1

Self-clean latch won't lock/unlock

Check/Repair

Disconnect power or unplug the wall oven. Reconnect any loose wires on the oven door lock assembly wire harness. Replace the wire harness if damaged. Check the door lock assembly for visible damage and replace it if broken.

Possible parts
Oven door lock assembly, Wire harness

Symptoms common to all wall oven

Choose a symptom to see related wall oven repairs.

Main causes: broken bake element, bad bake burner igniter, tripped thermal switch, control system failure
Main causes: broken broil element, faulty broil burner igniter, control system failure
Main causes: lack of electrical power, bad electronic control board, faulty oven control thermostat
Main causes: bad oven door lock assembly, faulty electronic control board, wiring failure
Main causes: faulty oven temperature sensor, control system problem, weak burner igniter, damaged oven element
Main causes: lack of gas supply, broken igniter, tripped circuit breaker, broken oven element, tripped thermal fuse, control system failure

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