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Error code f6 is an incorrect voltage code. The first thing to do is go to the breaker box and shut the power off to the oven. In some cases there maybe more than 1 breaker controlling the oven, make sure all the power is removed for 5 minutes. After waiting the 5 minutes test the oven if it works all is good, if not you need to gain access to the main board and start checking powers in and out. A lot of the time on a good visual inspection of the wiring and main board you will find the problem due to a melted or burnt spot. I hope this helps.

Amana Ovens | Answered on Feb 12, 2019


Un plug the power to the oven and see if it resets.

Amana Ovens | Answered on Jul 07, 2018


most likely it will be the ignitor,even though it glows it doesn't mean the ignitor is good.it works on amps.a flat ignitor takes 3.2 amps to open the gas valve and a round ignitor takes 2.5 amps to open the valve,the only way to check it is to replace it and i would or if you have an amp meter with a clamp on it you just stick one of the wires going to the ignitor inside the clamp and it will tell you how many amps are coming out of the ignitor.buy a new ignitor and you should be fine.it calls for ignitor part number 31940001 and it's around 50 dollars.

Amana Ovens | Answered on Mar 19, 2018


Hi,

The ignitor is not working right and is going bad....
have the repair man replace the ignitor, or DIY....
Check out this tip about your problem...

Oven not Working or Oven not Heating

Oven ProblemsReplacing the Igniter

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Amana Ovens | Answered on Mar 16, 2018


To get the bottom of the oven out, you have to reach into the oven way way in back and lift up the bottom of the oven to about forty five degrees. Then pull the bottom back to release the lip on the front. Hope this helps.

Amana Ovens | Answered on Mar 16, 2018


when changing a stove or oven from natural to lp the orifices would be inside the burners or under the upper deck of the oven also you would also need to flip the cap around on the gas regulator as well if you have a model number i might be able to show you a schematic of how to locate your orifices on most units the upper deck flips upwards in order to provide you access under the burners this is where the orifices are usually access As a matter of fact I have 9 today that I will be personally switching from propane to natural not only amanas either fun day for me planned if you have any further questions message me back and please remember to rank how this opinion has helped when our chat has fully concluded it allows me to continue helping people in similar situations in the future Thanks again Rick

Amana Ovens | Answered on Mar 16, 2018


You will need to replace the spark module if you don't hear any clicking, or there is no spark present when trying to ignite the gas.

To test the Spark Module:
When properly operating, the spark module repeatedly produces a spark at the ignitor accompanied by a sharp snapping sound.
  1. Turn off gas and power supply to unit.
  2. Check wiring diagram to verify all terminals and wire connections are correct and tight with no cuts in the wiring.
  3. Prepare to measure voltage on spark module from terminal L to N.
  4. Turn power supply back on.
  5. Turn top burner to LITE position.
  6. If no voltage is present on the meter, this will indicate the electrical circuit is interrupted before the spark module
  7. If voltage is present, then check ignitor.
  8. If ignitors are ok; then replace spark module.
To access the Spark Module:
  1. Turn off electrical power and gas to the range.
  2. Disconnect gas and power from unit.
  3. Remove screws securing top surface burners.
  4. Remove surface burner and disconnect spark ignitor wire from surface burner.
  5. Raise and remove maintop from unit.
  6. Remove screws securing spark module bracket.
  7. Disconnect wire terminals from spark module.
  8. Replace and reassemble in reverse order.


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Amana Ovens | Answered on Mar 16, 2018


Hello & Welcome to FixYa

This indicates a open/shorted oven temperature sensor and to solve this problem the sensor needs replacement. If you wan to be sure before replacing the sensor then you can test it with a voltmeter for around 1100ohms....if it reads more then this then it needs replacement however, if the reading is around or less then 1100ohms then it is the control board that needs replacement. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.


Kevin

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