KitchenAid is a home appliance brand that was founded on 1919 by Hobart Corporation. During its early years, it mainly focuses on the production of stand mixers. The very first model introduced to the public is the “H-5″. Due to competition in the market, it had developed more designs of stand mixers. It also pushed them to start manufacturing dishwashers as its second product line. As of now, the brand manufactures a wide range of home appliances such as grills, refrigerators, dishwashers, compactors, water filters and more. KitchenAid is now being owned by Whirlpool Corporation.
The appliances from this brand are durable and reliable that only a few people will experience issues for some time. If used and taken care properly their products may last for a lifetime. But even so, there is Alex Appliance Repair to answer the consumer’s questions and even provide a resolution on their home appliance problems. The site provides complete information about repair and other services. It is also equipped with enough tools to assist customers with lodging a repair request, finding manuals and shop for replacement parts and accessories. On booking an appointment online, you just need to provide some details about the appliance model, personal information and preferred scheduled time. An expert technician will see your appliance on your desired time and fix any problems. If replacement is required, a genuine part of the same brand is available for whatever kind of home appliance it is.
Another way to submit a request for appointment is by calling their customer service line. Like the online process, prepare to provide information about you and the appliance. Wait for their technician to come, check and fix the issue. Whether it is an oven, refrigerator, grill or others, you shouldn’t worry as you are in good and knowledgeable hands.
Appliance Repair Alex Are Highly Experienced in Repairing Kitchenaid Appliances
KitchenAid company started out as a mixer manufacturer in 1919. As the company grew and expanded they started to manufacturer top quality household appliances. KitchenAid was later acquired by Whirlpool. Whirlpool has over 70 manufacturing and technology research centers around the world which allows them to provide top of the line quality household appliances including: refrigerators, stoves, cook tops, washers, dryers, microwaves and ranges.
Appliance Repair Alex are highly experienced in servicing all KitchenAid appliances in Toronto and the GTA, Oshawa Area, Hamilton area, and Barrie Area.So if any of your KitchenAid appliances break down, we will be there today to help you.Give us a call any time our lines are open 24/7.
|Kitchen Aid Range / Stove / Oven Fault Codes|
|Failure Code||Fault Code Description||Solution|
|4 Digit Failure Codes (for 2 digit codes see below)|
|F1 – E0||EEPROM communication error||1. Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds.
2. Re-apply power and observe for at least one minute.
3. If code re-appears, replace control board (also called ERC or clock).Note: Applies to all F1-E… codes except F1-E3.
|F1 – E1||EEPROM checksum error|
|F1 – E2||UL A/D error(s)|
|F1 – E4||Model ID error|
|F1 – E5||Calibration shifted|
|F1 – E6||Latch signal mismatch error|
|F1 – E9||Stack overflow|
|F1 – E3||Wiring harness cavity size does not match previously stored value||The “Cavity Size Select” jumpers in the wiring harness indicate a cavity size different from that which the control was previously configured for. Check the jumpers in the harness to make sure they agree with the actual oven size.|
|F2 – E0||Shorted keypad (also called touch pad)||1. Check keypad connector for firm connection (keypad connects to control board).
2. Press CANCEL. If error code returns after 60 seconds, replace keypad (also called touch pad or membrane switch). Some models incorporate keypad in to control board as one unit. In this case, replace control board (also called ERC or clock).
|F2 – E1||Keypad cable unplugged|
|F2 – E5||Cancel key drive line open|
|F2 – E6||Cancel key drive line open|
|F3 – E0||Oven temperature sensor (RTD) opened (upper oven, if double oven)||Replace Oven temperature sensor (RTD)
Note: Applies to all F3-E… codes.
|F3 – E1||Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted (upper oven, if double oven)|
|F3 – E2||Oven temperature is too high (Cook mode)|
|F3 – E3||Oven temperature is too high (Clean mode)|
|F3 – E4||Oven temperature sensor (RTD) opened (lower oven, if double oven)|
|F3 – E5||Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted (lower oven, if double oven)|
|F3 – E6||Warming drawer sensor open|
|F3 – E7||Warming drawer sensor shorted|
|F4 – E1||Meat probe malfunction – shorted||Problem could be with the probe, the receptacle, or probe circuit. Check probe. Look for pinched wire. Look for condensation or contamination on probe receptacle. Replace probe if all else checks out ok.|
|F5 – E0||Door switches do not agree (condition exists when door switch is closed indicating an open door, and latch switch is closed indicating a locked door)||1. If door latched:
2. If door not latched:
3. Measure door switch (door open = switch open small low voltage terminals). Replace switch if defective.
Note: Applies to all F5-E… codes.
|F5 – E1||Self clean latch will not lock|
|F5 – E2||Latch during CLEAN error|
|F5 – E5||Self clean temperature not reached within 45 minutes.|
|F5 – E6||Door is open, but latch is locked|
|F5 – E7||Self clean latch will not unlock|
|F6 – E0||Return line not connected||If switch pulse return line is not connected, electronic control will display F6 within 60 seconds after power up. Replace control.|
|F7 – E1||Common switch wire is defective||Common wire (+5VDC) to latch switch, and to door switch is shorted to chassis ground or neutral. A double oven will have two of each switch and one common wire.
1. Check connections at control and at the latch switch and door switch.
2. If all connections are good, then check the individual switches as outlined for the F5 failure.
|2 Digit Failure Codes|
|F0||Board failure||Replace control board (also called ERC or clock).|
|F1||Board failure||Replace control board (also called ERC or clock).|
|F2||Oven temperature is too high||1. Look for welded relay contacts on bake or broil relays. If this happens, replace oven control (also called clock or ERC).
2. For SELF CLEAN models: check door lock operation.
3. Look for a high resistance connection or any other cause of high resistance in the oven temperature sensor circuit. Check sensor, sensor harness and sensor harness connection at sensor and oven control. Replace sensor if found defective.Remember: Oven control (ERC) measures resistance of sensor circuit, not actual oven temperature.
|F3||Oven temperature sensor (RTD) open||Replace Oven temperature sensor (RTD)|
|F4||Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted||Replace Oven temperature sensor (RTD)|
|F5||Board failure||Replace control board (also called ERC or clock).|
|F7||Function key stuck on ERC||Replace control board (also called ERC or clock).|
|F8||Board failure||Replace control board (also called ERC or clock).|
|F9||Oven door lock failure||Check wiring to door lock switch (the wire harness may be connected wrong). Check for stuck lock switch.|
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