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Amana ACS7270AS Range F1 code a really annoying beeping!


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#1 eskimoqueen

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 05:11 PM

Our range started flashing between an F1 code and a blinking clock all the while making a really loud beeping sound. The cooktop still works but the oven is not functional. My question is, do you think it's the Electronic Control Module that needs to be reaplced or the Touchpad? From a previous post, it sound like it might just be the Touchpad. How do I know for sure? Thanks for your help!



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Posted 06 February 2014 - 05:46 PM

Check the back of the range for the tech sheet.  I'm not privy to my Maytag/Amana fault codes right now but they should be listed there.

 

F1 may indicate a control or keypad issue.  You may check further by de-energizing the unit and disconnecting the keypad ribbon from the control, then re-energize.  You may duplicate the fault or even get a different fault code.






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