GE Oven Error Codes
GE Oven Error Codes

GE Oven Error Codes

GE Oven Error Codes Summer is a good time to look at your oven performance and tuning. You can easily pause your in-kitchen cooking for barbecue if repairs or parts replacements are needed.

GE Oven Error Code Solutions

General Electric ovens is one of the company’s most advanced divisions boasting a wide range of models. Whether it is induction, electric or gas, they are also equipped with sophisticated electronic control panels. This feature helps not only to achieve precise temperature for cooking but also to troubleshoot problems and malfunctions.

GE error codes numbers are easy to understand and point to basic malfunctions. Please also keep in mind that in GE appliances the error codes do vary from model to model. So when you are checking for the information online, double check that your model number is correct.

Most common General Electric Oven Error Codes

F0 This code usually means that there is a problem with the keypanel. Most of the time, it means that the keypanel needs to be replaced.
F1 This code usually means that there is a problem with the keypanel. Most of the time, it means that the keypanel needs to be replaced.
F2

F20

For an unknown reason, oven temperature has exceeded a preset threshold.
F3 This code usually means that the oven sensor needs to be replaced.
F4 This code usually means that the oven sensor needs to be replaced.
F5 This code usually means that the electronic control needs to be replaced.
F6 This code usually means that the electronic control needs to be replaced.
F7 This code usually means that there is a problem with the keypanel. Many times, it means the keypanel needs to be replaced.
F8 This code usually means that the electronic control needs to be replaced.
F9 This code usually means that a component has failed somewhere in the door lock circuit.
FC This code usually means that a component has failed somewhere in the door lock circuit.
FD This code usually means that either the probe or the receptacle may need to be replaced.
FF This code usually means that the electronic control needs to be replaced.
Bad Line This code displays when power is applied to the unit, but it has not been wired correctly. Contact an installer or electrician to correct the mis-wire and the oven will function normally.
Unlock Door This code appears when the door will not unlock after a self clean cycle.
Loc Door If this code is flashing in the display of your range or oven, and the self-clean cycle has not been selected, reset your control.
LOC Child lockout is a feature on select “flush” wall ovens, free-standing, and slide-in range models that prevents the oven from being turned on accidentally.
ERR ERR means that there has been an invalid entry, when setting the oven controls. Reset your control.
When a ⊃ (backwards “C”) is seen in the display, it means that your oven has been set for Sabbath Mode.
F7 E6 Indicates problem with control panel buttons. Usually it comes on when a few buttons get stuck at the same time. The oven will not continue to function with the code on. To fix it the panel has to be dismantled, checked for connections and, in most cases, replaced.
F73 Means that the oven temperature has exceeded the maximum threshold. Both the control panel and connection have to be examined
F76 Reset the oven by unplugging. If the same code appears when the power comes back on, the control panel may be faulty.
F22 Means that oven has overheated, often happens when both broiler and oven are on. If it keeps happening, the unit has to be checked for controls and also for the cooling fans operation. If they fail to work properly the issue will keep repeating.
F34 This code means that the electronic control board cannot regulate temperature reliably.  When this error code comes on, it won’t let the unit work for safety reasons.
F7 E9 Points to the stuck button on the panel. It is a common issue with the panel design with buttons.
F91 Error during self cleaning. Try to disconnect the stove. The issue has to be addressed by professional if the error comes back on after the power is back.

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