July 8th, 2007, 05:19 PM
Frigidaire Constantly Beeping - NO Error Code
HELP! Our Electric Range ES510 Control, Ceramic Cooktop, Bake-n-Warm Double Oven has had on again, off again issues with beeping. We have always been able to solve the problem by shutting off the circuit breaker and waiting a minute or two. Today however, it will stop for only a few minutes before starting to beep again. It displays NO error code. Not a one. No F nothing. Really. The only thing that has happened today that has never happened before was that something in the oven spilled. We have it on cleaning cycle and it has been beeping since 12 minutes in to the cycle but we've let it go to get the oven clean. When it's done we'll reset the circuit breaker. This will be the fifth time today we'll have reset it. Any thoughts?
On another note - we tried cooking in the bottom drawer once and it went off after only 20 mintues. We no longer use that drawer for much.
We have had the stove for about a year. We'd love some words of wisdom if you have any!
July 26th, 2007, 01:54 AM
Sorry for the delay, its been very busy.
It sounds like your electronic control board is malfunctioning. I have replaced a couple of these for the constant beeping issue.
ES510 is a partial model#, we would need the complete model#.
If its under a year old, you can get it covered under warranty from Frigidaire.
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