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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My F1 began beeping incessantly this month after a gradual increase in sensed ambient temperature over about a year. If the oven was turned off, it would beep no matter what I did to try to clear the fault. I actually had to turn off the power at the fuse box to make the beeping stop, - or I could turn on the oven and just leave it at 150º if I wasn't using it, which would also make it stop. The heating elements were not kicking in until the setting was over 185º, which was the gradually developing problem over about a year. It was getting so we had to turn the oven all the way up to 550º just to get it to 375º. I thought it was the temp sensor so I replaced it, but that had no effect. Then I bought a new module by calling the GE Number in the manual for parts, and it came in 2 days, and I installed it, and it works fine now. Cost of module: incl shipping / tax: $308 I re-installed and am still using the old temp sensor. If you unscrew the top two screws on the grey sheet-steel flange that screw into your cabinetry, the whole oven slides out of the wall opening. Get a dolly and some supports and you can pull it completely out of the wall and roll it arround for access to the back. To replace the module, you only have to slide the oven about 3/4ths of the way out, then you could unscrew the sheet metal screws at the middle of the top panel and just work underneath the lifted sheet metal. Be sure and take the doors off!
Posted on Oct 28, 2007
This is from manufacture service manual:
-F2- Alarm Heating Mode High Temperature
Is activated when the ERC senses a runaway heat condition or when the temperature exceeds
“runaway limits”. The ERC will beep until the cancel or another function is selected. If the alarm
repeats the F2 alarm check the oven sensor and wiring after fi rst checking for a stuck relay. If alarm
goes away verify the oven will complete a clean cycle without any type of failure.
Another words the problem with oven sensor or relay board.
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Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: Dacor error codes
HI. the F-1 code is a System Watchdog Circuit failure code.
Press "Cancel", if beeping continues after 30 seconds, replace the main control board (also called clock or ERC).
Concerning the F-5 code. This is an oven temp sensor failure code. have it replaced asap. ((Check the wiring leading to and from the control and sensor for cracks and fouled structure. if the wiring is bad, replace the harness as well)),
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
I had the same problem after auto-cleaning my oven just before Thanksgiving. The cause was overheating...and the tripping of a heat sensor switch.
The switch (reset button) is located about 3 inches behind the door locking mechanism.
Removing the front panel (4 screws) that the door lock sticks through exposes the switch. Just push the little red button & your are back in business!!
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
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