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WOS51EC0AS02 Whirlpool wall oven error after self test

Derwinator

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WOS51EC0AS02
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Following up on my Whirlpool wall oven after replacement of the thermal fuse (dead- no power). Oven is functioning and heats up but it has been losing temp 25-30 degrees after reaching target temp. Ran the self test function and it came back with "1 failure and 1 fault" and displayed error code F1E0 with a scrolling message to check the broil element and/or wiring harness.

Where to start checking? Thanks for the help!
 

Jake

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Hi, I'm attaching your tech. data sheet below.

Yes, its the main control board(MRC) you will need to order and replace:
W10741603 Cntrl-Elec


Look on page 4 in the tech data sheet.
NOTE: Before starting any test, cycle power to the oven (power Off, wait 10 seconds, and power On).
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press CANCEL>CANCEL>START to enter the Diagnostic Mode.
1. Enter the Fault Display Reset menu to verify the error code.
2. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
3. Replace the MRC board.
4. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
5. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
6. Observe for longer than 1 minute.
7. Verify operation is normal. Re-enter the Diagnostics Mode and erase error code(s).
8. Cycle power (power Off, then wait 10 seconds and reconnect power).

Jake
 

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Derwinator

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Thanks for the help. Looks like the control board is back ordered but will post back with the results after I receive one.

Darren
 

Jake

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Ok Darren, sounds good.

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Derwinator

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Hi Jake,

While waiting for the replacement MRC board, I went ahead and followed the tech guide's recommendation to clear faults, followed by a power off cycle for 10 seconds, and then performed another self test. This time I get "1 failures and 0 faults found" followed by "Check Broil Wiring Position K1 P3-1 or Broil Element".

Can you suggest what to test next?

Thanks,
Darren
 

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That's all Darren, I see no more test's you can do in the tech. data sheet.

Well, actually you can ohm test your BROIL element. Make sure you disconnect power to your Range first!


Here's the BROIL element for your model:
WPW10260252 Elmnt-Brol


Jake
 

Jake

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Nope Darren, that's all I can see.

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OK - it's interesting that the broil element is functioning in my oven so not sure what accounts for the failure alert. Wiring harness appears intact so unless there's a problem on the MRC it seems like false error? I am noting that this oven isn't holding temp after reaching the target temp.

Thanks,
Darren
 

Jake

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Yes, that's what I'm thinking too.

You'll just need to wait till the MRC board comes in.

If the oven sensor ohm tests good, then all it can be is the MRC board that's causing this problem.

Jake
 
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