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Whirlpool Cooker Error Codes – What You Need To Know!
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Whirlpool Cooker Error Codes – What You Need To Know!

Is everything alright with your cooker, or it’s agitating you by not doing well? And if it is annoying you from a few days then what are you waiting for? Appliance Repair Expert is a repair always available to fix your cooker with the team of expert technicians.
Important: All error codes are provided for your reference only. Consider ordering repair services if you are not sure what should be done with these or some other malfunctions.

Error codes for Whirlpool Oven

ERROR CODE CONDITION DIY ADVICE
F0 The code is triggered by the temperature sensor Depending on the extremes in water temperature — it can be too cold (below -3°C) or too hot (above 85°C) — the thermistor in the dishwasher returns this code. However, keep in mind that the temperature sensor may fail and work incorrectly and also trigger an error like this. Consequently, consider replacing the sensor if it is faulty.
F1 This code is a default one It means there were no other failures and is displayed when you press and hold the CANCEL button for 5 seconds. Release the CANCEL button and press it again to make the code disappear from the display.
F2/E0 A wire harness leading to the keypad is disconnected Unplug your oven from the mains and connect the appropriate wire harness back in place where it belongs. Plug your range into the socket to supply it with electrical power and press the CANCEL button to clear the error code. In case it returns back in 60 seconds, you will have to replace the keypad itself. However, the issue may persist even if you replace the keypad. If it does, you’ll have to replace the electronic oven control (EOC).
F2/E5 or F2/E6 The Cancel key is faulty Unplug your oven from the mains and connect the appropriate wire harness back in place where it belongs. Plug your range into the socket to supply it with electrical power and press the CANCEL button to clear the error code. In case it returns back in 60 seconds, you will have to replace the keypad itself. However, the issue may persist even if you replace the keypad. If it does, you’ll have to replace the electronic oven control (EOC).
F3/E0 An oven temperature sensor is faulty or open oven temperature sensor circuit is malfunctioning Unplug your oven from the mains and check if the oven temperature sensor wire harness is loose. In case it is, connect the appropriate wire harness back in place where it belongs. If you find out that the wire harness is damaged, replace it. Check the oven temperature sensor’s resistance with a volt/ohm meter. The resistance should be 1080 ohms at room temperature (70 °F). Once it’s different, replace the oven temperature sensor with the new one. In case the oven temperature sensor’s resistance shows good figures and all the wire harness connections to it are fit, you’ll have to replace the electronic oven control unit.
F3/E1 If you see this code, you may have a faulty oven temperature sensor or fried oven temperature circuit in your range Unplug your oven from the mains and check if the oven temperature sensor wire harness is loose. In case it is, connect the appropriate wire harness back in place where it belongs. If you find out that the wire harness is damaged, replace it. Check the oven temperature sensor’s resistance with a volt/ohm meter. The resistance should be 1080 ohms at room temperature (70 °F). Once it’s different, replace the oven temperature sensor with the new one. In case the oven temperature sensor’s resistance shows good figures and all the wire harness connections to it are fit, you’ll have to replace the electronic oven control unit.
F3/E2 This error code is displayed if the temperature is over 575 °F when your oven is in the Bake mode Unplug your oven from the mains and check if the oven temperature sensor wire harness is loose. In case it is, connect the appropriate wire harness back in place where it belongs. If you find out that the wire harness is damaged, replace it. Check the oven temperature sensor’s resistance using a volt/ohm meter. The resistance should be 1080 ohms at room temperature (70 °F). Once it’s different, replace the oven temperature sensor with the new one. In case the oven temperature sensor’s resistance shows good figures and all the wire harness connections to it are fit, you’ll have to replace the electronic oven control unit
F3/E3 Once you see this error code while your oven in the Clean mode, it means the temperature in the oven is over 950 °F Unplug your oven from the mains and check if the oven temperature sensor wire harness is loose. In case it is, connect the appropriate wire harness back in place where it belongs. If you find out that the wire harness is damaged, replace it. Check the oven temperature sensor’s resistance using a volt/ohm meter. The resistance should be 1080 ohms at room temperature (70 °F). Once it’s different, replace the oven temperature sensor with the new one. In case the oven temperature sensor’s resistance shows good figures and all the wire harness connections to it are fit, you’ll have to replace the electronic oven control unit.
F4/E1 When your oven returns this error code, it means its meat probe is shorted. Unplug your oven from the mains Your dishwasher doesn’t stop pumping water inside the tub. You may have two possible issues on hands: it is either the inlet valve that went faulty and cannot be closed or the main electronic control unit shortcut. Check both components for malfunctions and replace the one that went out of order.
F5/E0 If you see this error code, it means that the door switch sends a signal that the oven door is open, but the latch switch sends a signal it is locked To know if the door switch is operational, you have to look at the oven light while you open or close the door. If the oven lights go on while you open the door and go off when you close it, it means the door switch is in operational order. Replace it if you found out it is defective. Unplug your oven from the mains. Check for any wires that went loose on the wire harness leading to the door lock unit. If you found out the wire harness is damaged, replace it. Inspect the door lock unit and, if you find any damage or inconsistency on it, replace it with a new one.
F5/E1 This error code goes on when self-cleaning latch fails to lock or unlock Unplug your oven from the mains. Check for any wires that went loose on the wire harness leading to the door lock unit. If you found out the wire harness is damaged, replace it. Inspect the door lock unit and, if you find any damage or inconsistency on it, replace it with a new one

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