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F1-e1 on my display i cant get off i unplug my whirlpool stove for 30 minutes did help
Unfortunately, the F1E1 error indicates a EEPROM checksum problem with the control board. An internal check for the board gave a result that didn't match the one that is stored in the read-only memory. The only solution is to replace the electronic control board for the stove.
Please add a comment with the model number of the stove if you would like to know if this control board is still available and the price for it.
on Nov 05, 2018
Have a Whirlpool oven ,model,w10221843a,has power but wont heat....help! What could be the problem?
I had similar issue with my electric stove as well. The model of the stove is the same as the one that us mentioned above on the beginning of the this discussion. The issue I had on my stove was that the display shows time and no error code how ever the oven top light indicator comes on but the oven won't heat up. Here are the steps I took to fix the issue: First I unplugged the stove and used a multimeter to verify that it has 240Volt coming. It checked good for 240v. Second, I opened up the terminal on the stove where the plug connects, there I discovered one of the hot leg has melted and broken thus only 120v getting to the stove. I repaired the broken wire and verified 240v coming in the stove and stove was fixed for good. I further investigated what caused the wire to melt and broken, my finding was exposed hot wire shorted to the stove body (ground). Hope this helps. Thanks for reading
on Oct 05, 2018
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