KitchenAid’s range of ovens and stoves is an ode to culinary precision. Whether you opt for a gas, electric, or dual fuel model, these ranges are crafted to deliver consistent and even heating. The ovens, equipped with Even-Heat™ True Convection in many models, ensure uniform temperature distribution, which is a boon for bakers and chefs alike. This ensures dishes are cooked to perfection, from edge to center. The stovetops, with their responsive burners, offer precise temperature control, whether you’re simmering a delicate sauce or searing a steak. Some models also feature a dedicated griddle zone, perfect for breakfast items or Asian-style cooking. The user interface, with intuitive controls, makes operation a breeze. Safety features, including child locks and automatic shutdown, underscore the brand’s commitment to user well-being. The ovens also often come with self-cleaning cycles, reducing maintenance hassles. With their robust build, innovative features, and elegant design, KitchenAid’s ovens and stoves elevate the cooking experience, promising years of reliable service.
F1: Electronic Oven Control Failure
The main electronic control board is malfunctioning and may need to be reset or replaced.
F2: Oven Over Temperature
The oven has detected an excessively high temperature. The temperature sensor or the control board may be faulty.
F3: Open Oven Temperature Sensor
The oven’s temperature sensor is open or malfunctioning and may need replacement.
F4: Shorted Oven Temperature Sensor
The oven’s temperature sensor circuit is shorted. This typically requires a new sensor.
F5: Hardware and Watchdog Circuits Conflict
There’s a conflict between the hardware and watchdog circuits in the electronic control board.
F6: Motor Rotation Error
For models with a motorized latch, this indicates the latch motor is malfunctioning.
F7: Function Key Stuck
One of the keys on the control panel is stuck or registering as pressed continuously.
F8: Analog/Digital Problem
There’s a communication error between the analog and digital components of the control board.
F9: Door Lock Error
The oven door is not locking correctly, which is crucial during self-cleaning cycles.
F10: Calibration Error
The oven temperature is not calibrating correctly, leading to cooking temperature discrepancies.
F11: Shorted Keypad
The keypad on the control panel has a short circuit or is malfunctioning.
F12: Microprocessor Malfunction
The main control board or microprocessor has a malfunction and may need to be reset or replaced.
F13: Internal CPU Checksum Error
The internal computations of the control board are not aligning, indicating a potential board malfunction.
F14: EEPROM Error
The EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory) on the control board is malfunctioning.
F15: Touchpad Not Connected
The touchpad or control panel is not communicating with the main control board.
F16: Control Over Temperature
The electronic control board is operating at an unusually high temperature, which could risk damage to the circuitry.
F17: Door Lock Not Activated
For models with a self-cleaning feature, the door lock is not activating when it should.
F18: Internal Board Error
There’s a generalized error with the main control board or its internal components.
F19: Gas Valve Error
For gas stove models, the gas valve is not functioning correctly, affecting the burners’ ability to ignite or adjust flame.
F20: Communication Error
There’s a communication problem between different components of the oven or stove, potentially involving sensors or motorized parts.
F21: Sensor Break Detection
The control board has detected a broken sensor circuit. This typically requires a new temperature sensor.
F22: Key Sensitivity Problem
The touchpad keys are either too sensitive or not sensitive enough. The touchpad or control panel might need adjustment or replacement.
F23: Oven Fan Error
The fan used for circulating heat within the oven is malfunctioning or not running as expected.
F24: Temperature Sensor Out of Range
The oven’s temperature sensor is giving readings outside the expected range, suggesting a potential malfunction.
F25: Door Switch Error
There’s an issue with the oven door switch, which might affect the oven’s ability to detect if the door is closed or locked.
F26: Control Board Grounding Issue
The control board might not be grounded properly, which can lead to erratic behavior or safety concerns.
F27: Internal Control Reset
The internal control systems have been reset, possibly due to a power glitch or a malfunction.
F28: Oven Heating Error
The oven isn’t heating as expected. This could be due to issues with the heating element, gas valve, or control circuits.
F29: Self-Clean Cycle Error
There’s an issue with the self-clean cycle, possibly related to the door lock or temperature controls.
F30: Oven Bulb Circuit Problem
The circuitry associated with the oven’s light bulb is malfunctioning, preventing the light from operating correctly.