Cooking becomes a joy with Inglis ranges. Whether you opt for electric or gas models, you’re promised even and rapid heating, ensuring dishes are cooked to perfection. The stovetops, with their multiple burners, cater to diverse cooking needs, from simmering to high-heat frying. The oven compartments distribute heat uniformly, making them ideal for baking, roasting, and broiling. Safety features, coupled with easy-to-clean surfaces, further enhance the cooking experience, making Inglis ranges a worthy addition to any kitchen.
F1: Control Board Failure
This error indicates a potential malfunction of the oven control board or the touchpad.
F2: Oven Temperature Too High
The oven exceeded its temperature limit. This could be due to a malfunctioning oven sensor or the control board.
F3 or F4: Oven Temperature Sensor Open or Shorted
The oven’s temperature sensor circuit has either opened or shorted. The sensor might need replacement.
F5: Door Lock Error
The oven’s self-cleaning feature may have a problem with the door lock mechanism.
F7: Stuck Button on Touchpad
One or more buttons on the touchpad might be jammed or continuously pressed.
F8: Control Board Failure
Similar to F1, this error indicates a potential fault in the oven’s main control board.
F9: Door Lock Circuit Error
There’s an issue with the oven door’s locking mechanism or its circuit.
F10: Runaway Temperature
The oven detected that it’s overheating. This could be due to a faulty sensor or a relay stuck in the “on” position.
F11: Shorted Key Error
One of the touchpad keys has shorted. It might require touchpad replacement.
F13: EEPROM Checksum Error
The memory on the control board encountered an error. The board may need to be reset or replaced.
F14: EEPROM Erase/Write Error
The control board’s memory encountered an issue erasing or writing data. This may require a reset or replacement of the board.
F15: Touchpad Error
There’s a potential fault with the touchpad, or it’s not communicating with the main control board properly.
F16: Control Board to Touchpad Communication Error
The main control board is having trouble communicating with the touchpad. Check for loose or damaged wiring between the two.
F17: Door Lock Circuit Problem
The circuit responsible for locking the oven door, especially during self-cleaning cycles, is malfunctioning.
F18: Control Board Overheating
The main control board is running too hot, potentially due to a fault or external factors causing poor ventilation.
F19: Temperature Sensor Circuit Problem
There’s an issue with the circuitry of the oven’s temperature sensor. The sensor or associated wiring may need inspection or replacement.
F20: Communication Error between Boards
There’s a problem with the communication between the main control board and the secondary board (if present).
F21: Key Sensing Error
The control board is having difficulty detecting if a touchpad key is pressed or not.
F22: Calibration Error
The oven’s calibration settings are off or not functioning properly.
F23: Control Board Failure
Another indication of a potential malfunction in the main control board of the oven.
F24: Oven Temperature Sensor Out of Range
The oven’s temperature sensor is producing readings that are out of the expected range, indicating a potential malfunction.
F25: Door Switch Error
There’s an issue with the oven door’s switch mechanism, potentially affecting the ability to detect the door’s open or closed state.
F26: Control Board Grounding Error
The main control board may have a grounding issue, which could interfere with its proper operation.
F27: Overheating Error
The oven detected temperatures that are too high, which could be a safety risk. Potential causes include a faulty temperature sensor or heating element.
F28: Communication Error within the Board
The internal components or circuits of the main control board are not communicating properly.
F29: Door Lock Circuit Error
A repeated error where the oven’s self-cleaning locking mechanism or its circuit has malfunctioned.
F30: Open Probe Connection
The connection to the temperature probe is open or not secure. This could lead to inaccurate temperature readings.
F31: Shorted Probe Connection
The temperature probe circuit has shorted. Check the probe and its connections for any visible damage.
F32: Oven Door Lock Assembly Error
The assembly responsible for locking the oven door, especially during self-cleaning cycles, is malfunctioning or misaligned.
F33: Oven Cooling Fan Error
The fan that helps cool the oven is not working correctly. This could lead to overheating or uneven temperature distribution.