Error code F2-E1 On Whirlpool Wall oven, RBS245PDB8


Error code F2-E1 On Whirlpool Wall oven, RBS245PDB8

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I have been given Assy PN 8300456 as to what I need but then they mention PN 8186024 , not sure what is what and which I need??
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The F2 E1 code is a touchpad issue
the part you need is the 8300456 console assembly  not the control 8186024
Here is a link for the part http://www.appliancezone.com/ShowProduct.aspx?ID=19087&r=ar15



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Thank you, I have ordered the part, hope that fixes the problem.
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it should all F2 error codes are the touch pad on the console.

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