Jenn Air electric range beeps continuously with no error code. It is usually a bad touchpad. The safest way to find out is to turn off the device, remove the control panel, and disconnect the ribbon connector that connects the touchscreen to the watch. If it still rings, you have a bad watch.
- Find and hold the Bake and Broil HI / LO buttons simultaneously for three seconds.
- Press the kitchen timer on / off button on the GE oven control panel.
- Press the Kitchen Timer On / Off button on the GE oven control panel again.
- Press the start button on the control panel.
F2 fault indicates an open circuit in the oven temperature sensor. The answer sent by Raquel F will give you good information about the oven temperature probe. Your zone has a resettable thermostat in series with the oven temperature sensor. When this thermostat is open, the clock shows F2 and the oven does not heat up.
When the oven beeps, it indicates to the user that the dish is ready. Some models will beep to remind you to remove the food from the oven. Convection ovens sometimes also have a temperature gauge that beeps at the oven at 75% of the original cooking time.
If an oven beeps or emits an unexpected beep: Switch off the appliance. Turn off the product’s power switch for 30 seconds, and then turn it back on. Turn the device back on and check if the beep continues to sound.
On some models, F1 may also be caused by a keyboard problem. In this case the data sheet tells you to turn off the oven, disconnect the keyboard and turn the oven back on, wait a few minutes to see if the error occurs again. If the error returns, it’s the control panel.
If you see F10 around you, it means that the electronic control board has detected an operating temperature. The room may not heat up to the set temperature or the control board may not measure the temperature correctly.
The mini oven control will beep constantly if it detects an error in the temperature sensor / sensor circuit. This can be caused by heating in operation, an open or shorted temperature sensor / probe, or incorrect sensor / probe connection or wiring.
Disconnect the zone for 3 minutes to reset the oven’s electronic control board. If the code appears after entering the space, remove the connector and re-tighten the loose connections. Replace damaged wiring. If the problem persists, replace the oven’s electronic control panel.
How to reset a frigidaire oven
Reset electronic controls.
How to Reset a GE Built-in Oven
Error code F11 indicates a short keyboard. Connect power to the zone for 1020 minutes, then reconnect it. If F11 returns to ignition, replace the Electronic Oven Control (EOC). If you are not satisfied with the replacement of the EOC, I recommend that you call a service technician to diagnose and repair your series.
The constant beep and F11 are caused by a short touchpad. You can try pressing other touchpads to fix this error. You can turn the oven off for 2 minutes and then turn it back on to see if the problem is resolved.
For most Frigidaire series, the F10 indicates that the controller is measuring an operating temperature in the oven. If the oven is overheating it may be due to a fixed relay or contact on the oven’s electronic control board. The sensor is connected to the Frigidaire series in the oven via purple wires.
Remove the screws that secure the lid to the electrical box behind the wall oven. Disconnect the wire contacts that secure the oven wires to the electrical wires in the box. By disconnecting the cables, the wall heater is released and it can be completely removed from the wall.
F2E0 Short touchpad (keyboard) Check that the connection between the touchpad (keyboard) and the control panel (clock) is stable, select the cancel function and wait 60 seconds. If the error code returns, replace the touchpad or touchpad and the control board (clock) if it is a single device.