Whirlpool Appliance Repair
Whirlpool made more than one attempt to enter the appliance manufacturing market, and it was not until 1951 that they underwent their final name change to the respected brand it is today. Over a number of years, the company expanded its range of products, and managed to build quite the reputation for efficiency and reliability. When your Whirlpool appliance needs repairs, remember to always choose a trained and experienced technician. The team at Capital Appliance Repair has extensive training and all of the experience needed to perform speedy and reliable repairs on all models of Whirlpool appliances.
Why call Capital Appliance Repair for your Whirlpool appliances?
When you need professional Whirlpool appliance repairs in Vancouver, you need Capital Appliance Repair. Our expert team is trained and experienced in repairing all Whirlpool household appliances, and we always arrive prepared with the tools and parts to get the job done without delay. We are available 7 days a week – including weekends and holidays. We also back our repairs with our satisfaction guarantee for your peace of mind. With us, you save time, money, and extend the life of your Whirlpool appliance.
Whirlpool Fridge Repairs
Whirlpool has released several refrigerator models over the years, and they vary in terms of features and size. Regardless of the model, some of the most common problems that affect all refrigerators include leaks, temperature control issues, and faulty motors. Given the urgent nature of Whirlpool fridge repairs, we always arrive quickly to fix the problem. We also recommend that you keep your fridge shut while waiting for our technicians to arrive.
Whirlpool Stove Repairs
We have Whirlpool to thank for some of the best stoves on the market today. They are stylish as well as reliable, which is why many people don’t even think about the possible need for repairs over time. When your Whirlpool stove needs repairs, call Capital Appliance Repair. We will arrive quickly and perform speedy repairs so that you can get back to cooking as usual.
Whirlpool Dishwasher Repairs
Thanks to your Whirlpool dishwasher, you don’t have to spend hours washing dishes each day. Of course, if you notice a problem like a leak or strange noise, it’s best to stop using your dishwasher until repairs are complete. We are available throughout Vancouver for Whirlpool dishwasher repairs 7 days a week for your convenience.
Whirlpool Washer Repairs
Whirlpool washers have some of the most impressive features, including energy efficiency. When your Whirlpool washer starts making a strange noise, or if you notice a leak or any other problem, it’s important to call a professional right away. Our trained appliance repair experts will arrive quickly and perform speedy Whirlpool washer repairs so that you can get back to doing laundry as usual
Whirlpool Dryer Repairs
Just like your washer, your dryer is an essential home appliance. When any fault occurs, it’s best to stop using your dryer until a technician has completed repairs. Call Capital Appliance Repair at (778) 819-2311 for fast Whirlpool dryer repairs throughout Vancouver.
Whirlpool Oven Repairs
Whirlpool ovens make cooking a dream! Of course, just like any other oven, repairs will be necessary at some stage. When you need fast Whirlpool oven repairs, call Capital Appliance Repair. You can depend on our team to arrive quickly and repair your oven without delays.
Professional Whirlpool appliance repairs
Modern Whirlpool appliances require professional repairs. This is mostly due to the fact that appliances have become increasingly complex in terms of the specialized parts and technology. Capital Appliance Repair technicians are experienced in performing speedy and reliable appliance repairs on all makes and models. We are available 7 days a week throughout Vancouver for all your professional Whirlpool appliance repair needs.
Whirlpool Fault Codes
Failure codes are often caused by a faulty timer (ERC or Electronic Range Control). In some cases, the failure code could indicate another problem when, in fact, it’s the timer at fault. Even if the fault seems to indicate the failure of another component, the fault could still be with the timer. Our technicians are familiar with timer problems, and we are also able to fix most timers. When you see an error code on your Whirlpool appliance, contact us right away for speedy assistance.
Whirlpool Range / Stove / Oven Fault Codes
F1 – E0 – EEPROM communication error
1. Disconnect the power for at least 30 seconds.
2. Re-apply the power and watch for at least one minute.
3. If the code re-appears, replace the control board (ERC or clock).
Note: Applies to all F1-E… codes except F1-E3.
F1 – E1 – EEPROM checksum error
F1 – E2 – UL A/D error(s)
F1 – E4 – Model ID error
F1 – E5 – Calibration shifted
F1 – E6 – Latch signal mismatch error
F1 – E9 – Stack overflow
F1 – E3 – Wiring harness cavity size does not match previously stored value
- The “Cavity Size Select” jumpers inside the wiring harness indicate a cavity size different from that which the control was previously configured for.
- Check the jumpers in the harness to ensure that they agree with the actual oven size.
F2 – E0 – Shorted keypad (also called touch pad)
- Inspect the keypad connector for firm connection (keypad connects to control board).
- Press CANCEL. If the error code returns after 60 seconds, replace the keypad (touch pad or membrane switch). Some models incorporate keypad in to control board as one unit. In this case, replace the control board (ERC or clock).
F2 – E1 – Keypad cable unplugged
F2 – E5 – Cancel key drive line open
F2 – E6 – Cancel key drive line open
F3 – E0 – Oven temperature sensor (RTD) opened (upper oven, if double oven)
- Replace the Oven temperature sensor (RTD)
Note: Applies to all F3-E… codes.
F3 – E1 – Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted (upper oven, if double oven)
F3 – E2 – Oven temperature is too high (Cook mode)
F3 – E3 – Oven temperature is too high (Clean mode)
F3 – E4 – Oven temperature sensor (RTD) opened (lower oven, if double oven)
F3 – E5 – Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted (lower oven, if double oven)
F3 – E6 – Warming drawer sensor open
F3 – E7 – Warming drawer sensor shorted
F4 – E1 – Meat probe malfunction – shorted
- Problem possibly with the probe, receptacle, or probe circuit. Check the probe. Look for a pinched wire. Look for condensation or contamination on the probe receptacle. Replace the probe if all else checks out ok.
F5 – E0 – Door switches do not agree (condition exists when the door switch is closed indicating an open door, and latch switch is closed indicating a locked door)
1. If the door latched:
A. Disconnect the power from unit.
B. Check the wires and connectors from control to door switch, then from the door switch to control. If there is no damage to wires and all connectors are okay, proceed to step C.
C. Replace the door switch.
D. Re-apply power.
E. Press and hold any key down for 1 minute to clear F5 failure code from memory. F2 will appear. Press CANCEL and watch for 1 minute to ensure operation is correct.
2. If the door not latched:
A. Disconnect power from unit.
B. Check the wires and connectors from control to latch switch, then from the latch switch to control. If there is no damage to wires and all connectors okay, proceed to step C.
C. Repeat steps A and B for door switch.
3. Measure the door switch (door open = switch open small low voltage terminals). Replace the switch if it is faulty.
4. Measure the latch switch (unlatch = switch open, CAUTION – oven light contacts are closed). Replace the switch if it is faulty.
5. If corrections are made in any step, reconnect power to control. Press and hold any key for 1 minute to clear R failure code from memory. F2 will appear. Press CANCEL and watch for 1 minute to ensure operation is correct.
6. If the failure remains, disconnect the power and replace control.
Note: Applies to all F5-E… codes.
F5 – E1 – Self-clean latch will not lock
F5 – E2 – Latch during CLEAN error
F5 – E5 – Self-clean temperature not reached within 45 minutes.
F5 – E6 – Door is open, but latch is locked
F5 – E7 – Self-clean latch will not unlock
F6 – E0 – Return line not connected
- If the switch pulse return line is not connected, electronic control will display F6 within 60 seconds after power up. Replace the control.
F7 – E1 – Common switch wire is defective
Common wire (+5VDC) to latch switch, and to door switch is shorted to chassis ground or neutral. A double oven has two of each switch and one common wire.
- Check the connections at control and at the latch switch and door switch.
- If all the connections are good, then check the individual switches as outlined for the F5 failure.