Frigidaire Error Codes Explained

When it comes to keeping our ovens running smoothly, daily reliance is the name of the game. At D&T Appliance Service, serving the vibrant communities of St. Paul and Minneapolis, we understand the importance of appliances in your daily life. That’s why we’re here to lend a helping hand when the unexpected happens. If you find yourself facing issues with your Frigidaire oven, don’t worry – we’ve got your back.

Frigidaire, a brand known for its quality appliances, has implemented a handy system of error codes to streamline troubleshooting when your oven encounters a hiccup. If you’re a Frigidaire oven owner in the Twin Cities, these error codes can be a valuable tool to have at your disposal. We’ve put together a comprehensive list of the most common Frigidaire error codes. Let’s dive in and discover solutions to the issues you might be encountering with your oven.

Frigidaire Error Codes

Error Code: F0, F1, F5, F6

  • Code Description: Electronic oven control failure
  • Solution: These codes indicate a malfunction in the electronic oven control. The electronic oven control (EOC) may also be referred to as a circuit board, control board, motherboard, ERC, or clock. Unplug the appliance for about 10 minutes to see if the error code will reset itself. When you reconnect the power, if the error code is still displayed, you can test the temperature sensor with an Ohm meter to determine if it has the proper level of resistance. If the oven control is failing or defective, replace it.

Error Code: F2

  • Code Description: Oven Temperature too hot
  • Solution: The oven temperature sensor may be failing or defective. Check the oven temperature sensor (RTD) with an Ohm meter. Make sure the oven temperature sensor is working properly at all settings. The oven temperature sensor cannot be repaired. If it is defective, replace the oven temperature sensor.

Error Code: F3

  • Code Description: Open oven temperature sensor
  • Solution: The oven temperature sensor may be failing or defective. First, check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control to see if there is an issue with loose wires or visible damage to the wiring, such as a burnt wire. If the wiring is not visibly damaged and looks OK, replace oven temperature sensor (RTD).

Error Code: F4

  • Code Description: Shorted oven temperature sensor
  • Solution: The oven temperature sensor may be failing or defective. First, check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control to see if there is an issue with loose wires or visible damage to the wiring, such as a burnt wire. If the wiring is not visibly damaged and looks OK, replace oven temperature sensor (RTD).

Error Code: F7, F8, F9

  • Code Description: Oven door lock failure
  • Solution: These codes indicate there is a problem with the locking mechanisms. First, inspect the lock latch arm, door switches, and lock assembly, including latch arm pivot joint, rod, lever arm, and spring. Make sure there is no obstruction preventing operation. If any parts are not working properly or are defective or damaged in any way, replace the lock assembly.

If you are having difficulty resolving your Frigidaire error codes, schedule an appointment with our D & T Appliance Service professionals to troubleshoot and solve the problem.

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