Falcon standalone cooking appliances, such as stoves and ovens, are essential for culinary enthusiasts. Service response times have ranged from prompt to delayed. Accurate diagnosis is typically a strength, but there was one instance of misdiagnosis, resulting in an extended service period. Enhanced parts availability would minimize downtime.
F01: Oven Temperature Sensor Fault
The oven cannot accurately detect the temperature. Check the temperature sensor for damages or misconnections.
F02: Oven Overheating
The oven’s temperature exceeds safe levels. This could be due to a faulty thermostat or malfunctioning control board.
F03: Door Lock Fault
The oven door isn’t locking as expected. This may occur during self-cleaning cycles. Check the door lock mechanism and related circuits.
F04: Control Panel Error
There’s an issue with the oven’s control panel, possibly a communication error or software glitch. Try resetting the oven or consult the manual for specific panel issues.
F05: Heating Element Fault
The oven is unable to heat correctly. The heating element might be malfunctioning or there may be a wiring issue.
F06: Fan Motor Error
The oven’s fan motor isn’t operating correctly. This may result in uneven cooking. Check the fan motor for blockages or electrical issues.
F07: Ignition Fault (for gas ovens)
The oven is having trouble igniting. Ensure there’s gas supply and the ignition system is free of debris or damages.
F08: Oven Light Fault
The oven light isn’t working as expected. Check the bulb and related electrical connections.
F09: Self-Cleaning Error
There’s a problem initiating or completing the self-cleaning cycle. Ensure the door lock mechanism works and inspect the heating elements for issues.
F10: Gas Supply Fault
If your oven is gas-powered and it’s not receiving a steady gas supply, this error might be triggered. Check your gas connection and valves for any issues.
F11: Control Board Communication Error
The control board is having trouble communicating with other components. This may require a reset or potential replacement of the board or associated parts.
F12: Broiler Element Fault
The broiler element in your oven is not heating up as it should. Inspect the broiler element for damages and ensure it’s properly connected.
F13: Timer and Clock Error
The oven’s timer or clock is malfunctioning or not keeping time correctly. This might need a reset or replacement.
F14: Cooling Fan Error
The cooling fan, which prevents the oven’s external parts from getting too hot, is malfunctioning. Check for obstructions or electrical issues related to the fan.
F15: Power Supply Issue
The oven is detecting inconsistencies in the power supply, which could be due to electrical surges or issues with the home’s circuitry.
F16: Oven Calibration Error
The oven’s internal temperature does not match the set temperature, indicating a calibration issue. You may need to recalibrate the oven or check the temperature sensor.
F17: Convection Element Fault
If your oven has a convection feature, this error indicates that the convection element is not functioning properly. Check for damage or connection issues.
F18: Door Seal or Gasket Issue
The seal around the oven door is compromised, leading to potential heat loss. Inspect the seal or gasket for damages and ensure it’s seated properly.
F19: Oven Temperature Fluctuation
The oven is unable to maintain a steady temperature. This could be due to issues with the heating element, thermostat, or sensor.
F20: Oven Door Hinge Fault
The oven door isn’t closing or opening smoothly. Inspect the hinges for wear, damage, or misalignment.
F21: Internal Fuse Blown
An internal fuse that protects the oven’s components might have blown. Check the internal fuses and replace if necessary.
F22: User Interface Error
The user interface or touch panel is not responding or malfunctioning. It might need a reset, cleaning, or replacement.
F23: Oven Cavity Overheating
The walls of the oven are getting excessively hot. This might be due to issues with the cooling system or insulation.
F24: Oven Sensor Out of Range
The oven sensor is providing readings that are out of the expected range. The sensor might be faulty or have a loose connection.
F25: Oven Door Lock Jammed
The mechanism that locks the oven door, especially during self-cleaning, is jammed or not functioning. Inspect the lock mechanism for obstructions or damage.
F26: Preheat Error
The oven is taking too long to preheat. Potential issues could be with the heating elements, sensors, or airflow.
F27: Oven Light Circuit Error
There’s a problem with the circuitry connected to the oven light. Check the bulb, socket, and associated wiring.