Amana Appliance Repair Service

Amana Corporation which was originally The Electrical Equipment Co. was founded in 1934. Their headquarters is currently located in Middle Amana, Iowa. This brand creates walk-in coolers, refrigerators, freezers and more. As of today, it is being owned by Whirlpool Corporation which is one of the largest appliance companies in the world. Aside from coolers, the now manufactures ranges, hoods, microwaves, washers, dryers, pedestals and vents.

Alex Appliance Repair gives you a lot of useful functions through their sites such as part or model number search. With this, you just have to enter the model or part number to determine whether there are available parts for the appliance. But before that, Alex Appliance Repair was created to achieve a goal of 100% customer satisfaction. Their products which are of great and competitive quality are being backed up by their strong and effective repair and other services. A way to avail for this kind of support is through their online website. First, you can search for manual to give you further information about your appliance. If this was not able to assist you, a call to their customer service hotline for technical support can be a resolution to the problem. In case that repair is required to get your appliance working again, you will need to submit a request online. Just provide some information about the appliance, your location and provide the time when you are most convenient.

You will be contacted to confirm the details of your request and you will be met by a licensed and experienced technician. He will try his best to fix the problem with your appliance to the best of his ability. Their website also helps customers to search for replacement parts in case that the technician will recommend a change of parts or accessories.

The Amana Corporation is an American brand of household appliances. It was founded in 1934 by George Foerstner as The Electrical Equipment Co. in Middle Amana, Iowa, to manufacture commercial walk-in coolers. The business was later owned by the Amana Society and became known as Amana Refrigeration, Inc.

In 1947, Amana manufactured the first upright freezer for the home, and in 1949 it added a side-by-side refrigerator/freezer. In 1950 the company was sold to a group of investors, including its founder, and became Amana Refrigeration, Inc.

In 1954 it began making air conditioners. Amana was acquired in 1965 by Raytheon, which had invented the microwave oven in 1947, and introduced the commercial Radarange Model 1611 in 1954. In 1967 Amana introduced a consumer model of the Radarange, the first popular microwave designed for home use.

Amana has since expanded into manufacturing a variety of other appliances, including furnaces, ovens, countertop ranges, dishwashers, and clothes washers and dryers. In 1997 the company was purchased by Goodman Global, a heating-and-cooling manufacturer who sold it to Maytag (now part of Whirlpool) in 2002. Goodman still owns Amana’s air conditioners and heater division, and Amana home appliances are now owned and manufactured by the Whirlpool Corporation. Amana Under Counter Wine was spun off and is now marketed under the Aficionado marque. Amana continues to be innovative, having introduced curved fronts to its refrigerators in 2000 and in 2009 collaborating with Thom Filicia on a series of colorful designs which debuted at the International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas.

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Amana Appliance Fault Codes

Amana ‘Big Oven’ Fault Codes (5.1 cubic ft.)

Note: Depending upon the brand of appliance, there can be many different names for the ‘clock’ component. Electronic Range Control, ERC, Electronic Oven Control, EOC, control board, and clock all refer to the same part.

F0-0 – No Error – Initial Factory Setting.

F1-1 – Over Temperature While Cooking – Check oven temperature sensor and wiring. Replace if defective. If oven temperature sensor is ok, replace control board (clock).

F1-3 – Over Temperature While Cleaning – Check oven temperature sensor and wiring. Replace if defective. If oven temperature sensor is ok, replace control board (clock).

F1-5 – Cancel Key Input Out of Range – Replace control board (clock).

F1-7 – Keyboard Disconnected – Check to make sure wire connection is secure. Replace control board if failed.

F1-8 – Shorted Key – Replace control board (clock).

F1-9 – Slave Micro Not Functioning – Replace control board (clock).

F1-A – Circuit Board Grounding – Replace control board (clock).

F1-C – Control Not Calibrated – Replace control board (clock).

F1-E – Circuit Board Data Corruption – Replace control board (clock).

F1-F – Circuit Board Data Corruption – Replace control board (clock).

F1-H – Door Switch Input Circuit Failure – Check Door Switch and Wiring.

F1-J – Latch Switch Input Circuit Failure – Check Door Switch and Wiring.

F3-1 – Oven Temperature Sensor/Circuit Failure – Check wire connections and oven temperature sensor. Replace if defective.

F9-1 – Auto Latch Will Not Lock – Check wiring, motor, and latch switch.

F9-2 – Auto Latch Will Not Unlock – Check wiring, motor, and latch switch.

Amana Dual Convection Wall Oven Fault Codes

Note: Depending upon the brand of appliance, there can be many different names for the ‘clock’ component. Electronic Range Control, ERC, Electronic Oven Control, EOC, control board, and clock all refer to the same part.

F0 – Shorted Touch Pad – Replace touch pad.

F1 – Control Board Failure – Replace control board (ERC).

F2 – Oven Temperature 100 Degrees Over Limit – Replace oven temperature sensor.

F3 – Shorted Oven Temperature Sensor – Replace oven temperature sensor.

F4 – Open Oven Temperature Sensor – Replace oven temperature sensor.

F6 – Control Board Failure – Replace control board (ERC).

F7 – Error Detected in Self Clean lock Circuitry – Check door latch mechanism.

Amana Oven/Range/Stove Fault Codes

Note: Depending upon the brand of appliance, there can be many different names for the ‘clock’ component. Electronic Range Control, ERC, Electronic Oven Control, EOC, control board, and clock all refer to the same part.
Glass Link Electronic Range Control (ERC)

Door Flashing 0,1,2,3 – Latch Switch Broken – Replace latch switch.

Lock Flashing – Latch Switch Broken – Replace latch switch.

F0 – Loss of Safety Signal – Replace adapter board.

F1 – Watchdog Circuit – Replace electronic range control (control board).

F2 – Oven Temperature Too Hot – Replace oven temperature sensor.

F3 / F4 – Open or Shorted Oven Temperature Sensor – Replace oven temperature sensor.

F7 – Short Touch Pad – Replace glass panel.

F9 – Motorized Door – Check latch and replace if faulty.

FF – Lock Error – Check switch and motor. Replace if faulty.

Electronic Range Control (ERC) III / Relay Board with Separate Board/Push Buttons

F0 – Shorted Push Pad (Touch Pad) – Replace touch pad.

F1 – Control Board Failure – Replace control board (ERC).

F2 – Oven Temperature Too Hot – Replace oven temperature sensor.

F3 / F4 – Shorted or Open Oven Temperature Sensor – Replace oven temperature sensor.

F5 / F6 / F8 – Control Board Failure – Replace control board (ERC).

F7 – Shorted or Stuck Button – Check glass alignment and replace touch pad if necessary.

F9 – Door Latch Failure – Replace door latch switch or assembly if necessary.

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