These ovens epitomize versatility and innovation. From single to double configurations, each oven boasts uniform heat distribution, guaranteeing consistent baking results. The Wi-Fi connectivity feature elevates user convenience, allowing for remote monitoring and adjustments. Combined with convection cooking, these ovens provide unmatched efficiency and precision.
Whether gas, electric, or induction, JennAir’s cooktops resonate with luxury and performance. The modular capabilities are particularly noteworthy, offering users the flexibility to switch between grills, griddles, or wok elements. The responsive temperature controls ensure rapid heating and precise simmering, delivering a top-tier culinary experience every time.
F1: Control Board Failure
The oven’s main control board may be malfunctioning and might require resetting or replacement.
F2: Oven Temperature Too Hot
The oven is exceeding its set temperature. This could be due to a faulty oven sensor or the control board.
F3/F4: Oven Temperature Sensor Open or Shorted
The temperature sensor inside the oven is not working correctly or has a wiring issue.
F5: Hardware and Software Mismatch
The control board’s hardware doesn’t match its software. A reset or control board replacement may be needed.
F6: Analog/Digital Mismatch
The analog and digital components of the control board are not communicating correctly.
F7: Button Stuck on User Interface
One or more buttons on the oven’s control panel are jammed or malfunctioning.
F8: Control Lock
The oven controls are locked, possibly due to a safety feature activation or a control malfunction.
F9: Door Lock Error
There’s an issue with the oven door’s locking mechanism, especially relevant during self-cleaning cycles.
FA: Cooling Fan Error
The cooling fan, which keeps the oven’s electronics at a safe temperature, is malfunctioning.
FB: Heating Element Error
There’s an issue with one or more of the oven’s heating elements, affecting its heating capability.
FC: Door Switch Error
The oven door switch, ensuring the door is securely closed during operation, is malfunctioning.
FD: Internal Board Error
An internal error within the control board has been detected, possibly requiring a reset or board replacement.
FE: EEPROM Error
The Electronic Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EEPROM) on the control board is malfunctioning, indicating a potential memory issue.
FF: Power Source Issue
There’s a problem with the oven’s power source or connection, which might be causing intermittent or insufficient power.
FG: Oven Calibration Error
The oven’s calibration is off, potentially causing inaccurate temperatures during cooking.
FH: Keytail Connection Error
There’s a problem with the connection between the oven’s control board and its touchpad or user interface.
FI: Oven Light Error
The oven light is malfunctioning or has a connection issue.
FJ: Convection Fan Error
The convection fan, which circulates hot air inside the oven, is not functioning correctly.
FK: Broil Element Error
There’s an issue with the oven’s broil element, affecting its ability to broil food.
FL: Ignition Error
For gas ovens, the igniter or burner is not lighting up as expected, possibly due to a faulty igniter or gas supply issue.
FM: Temperature Fluctuation
The oven’s temperature is fluctuating beyond acceptable limits, possibly due to sensor or control board issues.
FN: Safety Thermostat Error
The safety thermostat, which prevents the oven from overheating, is malfunctioning.
FO: Probe Connection Error
There’s an issue with the connection or functionality of the temperature probe used for precise cooking.
FP: Self-Cleaning Error
The oven encountered an issue during the self-cleaning cycle, potentially related to the door lock or heating element.
FQ: Control Panel Unresponsive
The oven’s control panel is not responding to inputs, which could be due to a malfunctioning user interface or an issue with the underlying electronics.
FR: Internal Fuse Error
An internal fuse in the oven might have blown or malfunctioned, disrupting its operations.
FS: Oven Overheat
The oven has detected excessively high temperatures that could be dangerous, indicating a possible malfunction in temperature regulation.
FT: Oven Undervoltage
The oven has detected an undervoltage situation, which could affect its performance and functionality. Check the appliance’s power source.
FU: Oven Overvoltage
The oven has detected an overvoltage situation, potentially putting its electronic components at risk. This might be a household electrical issue.
FV: Sensor Circuit Failure
The circuitry associated with the oven’s temperature sensor is malfunctioning, leading to potential inaccuracies in temperature readings.
FW: Internal Communication Error
Various components or modules inside the oven are failing to communicate effectively, indicating a potential issue with the wiring or control board.
FX: Oven Door Error
There’s a problem with the oven door not sealing or closing correctly, which can affect the oven’s heating efficiency.
FY: Burner Ignition Failure
For gas ovens, a burner is failing to ignite properly. This could be due to issues with the igniter, gas valve, or gas supply.
FZ: Warming Drawer Error
For models with a warming drawer, there’s an issue with the drawer’s heating element or sensor.
GA: Control Board Overheat
The oven’s control board is overheating, potentially due to a malfunctioning cooling system or a board defect.
GB: Wiring Harness Fault
There’s an issue with the wiring harness inside the oven, affecting internal communications or power delivery.