Maytag Oven Error Codes [Proven Solutions]

Error codes are dreaded in almost any electrical appliance. So, in this article, we will look at Maytag oven error codes, what they mean, and how to fix them.

Maytag Oven Error Code F1 — How To Fix

This Maytag oven error code indicates a problem with the control board assembly. To fix this problem, the control board assembly will need to be replaced. Below, we show you how to replace your Maytag oven control board assembly…

Step 1: To avoid the risk of electrocution, unplug the oven’s power cord or switch off the circuit breaker.

Step 2: If your oven uses gas, shut off the gas supply as well.

Step 3: Go to the oven’s rear and take out the screws which hold the upper panel using a Philips head screwdriver.

Step 4: Set the panel aside and note where each wire goes on the control board by taking a picture.

Step 5: Disconnect the wires from the control board.

Step 6: Using the same Philips head screwdriver, take out the screws which hold the control board assembly to the oven. Depending on your oven model, there will be two or four screws.

Step 7: Remove the control board assembly and get a new one.

Step 8: Screw the new control board assembly to the oven.

Step 9: Connect the wires to the control board assembly making sure that each one goes to the right place.

Step 10: Reposition the oven’s upper back panel and hold it in place with the screws.

Step 11: Plug the oven’s power cord back in.

Step 12: If you shut off the oven’s gas supply, turn it back on.

Also follow the step above to replace your control board assembly if you see the Maytag oven error code F1e1 or the Maytag oven error code F5.

The video below will walk you through the process of how to replace a Maytag oven control board assembly.

Maytag Gemini Double Oven Error Code F1-a — How To Fix

This Maytag oven error code indicates a problem with the oven temperature sensor. Below, we show you how to replace the temperature sensor in a Maytag oven…

Step 1: Unplug the oven’s power cord.

Step 2: Open the oven door.

Step 3: If there are locks on the door hinges, flip them towards yourself using a flat head screwdriver.

Step 4: Close the door till it can’t go any further then lift it off.

Step 5: Set the door on a cloth lined surface.

Step 6: Slide out the racks in the oven.

Step 7: The temperature sensor should be on the oven’s back wall, take out the two screws which secure it.

Step 8: Pull out the sensor and disconnect the wire plug. Make sure the wire doesn’t fall through the hole.

Step 9: Get a new sensor and connect the wire plug.

Step 10: Secure the sensor with the two screws.

Step 11: Return the oven racks.

Step 12: Lift the oven door and insert the hinges back into the slots.

Step 13: Open the door fully and flip the hinge locks back.

Step 14: Close the door and plug the oven back in.

The video below will show you how to replace the temperature sensor in a Maytag oven.

If this method for replacing a temperature sensor doesn’t work on your oven model, follow the steps below…

Step 1: Unplug the oven’s power cord.

Step 2: Pull the oven away from the wall.

Step 3: Use a Philips head screwdriver to take out the screws which hold the oven’s lower back panel in place.

Step 4: Set the panel aside.

Step 5: Disconnect the wire plug from the temperature sensor.

Step 6: Take out the screws which hold the temperature sensor in place.

Step 7: Remove the sensor and get a new.

Step 8: Position the sensor in the oven and hold it in place with the screws.

Step 9: Connect the wire plug to the sensor.

Step 10: Reposition the oven’s upper back panel and hold it in place with the screws.

Step 11: Plug the oven back in.

Step 12: Push the oven back into place.

Also follow the steps above to replace the temperature sensor if you see the Maytag oven error code F2, the Maytag oven error code F3, the Maytag oven error code F3e0 or the Maytag oven error code F3e2.

The video below will show you how to replace the temperature sensor in a Maytag oven.

Maytag Oven Error Code F7 — How To Fix

This Maytag oven error code indicates a faulty touchpad. If you would like to replace the touchpad of your Maytag oven, do the following…

Step 1: For safety, unplug the oven’s power cord.

Step 2: If your oven uses gas, shut off the gas supply as well.

Step 3: Go to the oven’s rear and remove the screws which hold the upper back panel in place. Do this using a Philips head screwdriver.

Step 4: Take a picture of the control board to remember where each wire goes.

Step 5: Disconnect the wires from the board.

Step 6: Using the same Philips head screwdriver, take out the screws which hold the control board in place.

Step 7: Using a putty knife, carefully pry off the touchpad from the control board.

Step 8: Get a new touchpad and peel off the backing.

Step 9: Stick the new touchpad onto the control board.

Step 10: Secure the control board to the oven using the screws.

Step 11: Reconnect all the wires to the board.

Step 12: Reposition the upper back panel and return the screws which hold it in place.

Step 13: Plug the oven back in.

Step 14: If you shut off the gas supply, turn it back on.

Read Maytag Oven Control [Problems & Solutions] if you would like to learn how to fix some other Maytag oven control related issues.

Maytag Gemini Double Oven Error Code F9-2 — How To Fix

This Maytag oven error code appears when the door lock motor or door latch is faulty. The same also applies for the Maytag oven error code F9-3, the Maytag oven error code F9-5, and the Maytag oven error code F9-6. First, we will show you how to replace the door lock motor…

Step 1: Pull the oven away from the wall and disconnect the power.

Step 2: Remove the screws holding the oven’s lower back panel in place. Do this using a Philips head screwdriver.

Step 3: Note where each wire goes on the door lock motor and disconnect them.

Step 4: Take out the screws holding the door lock motor in place.

Step 5: Remove the door lock motor from the rod.

Step 6: Get a new door lock motor and position it on the rod.

Step 7: Secure the door lock motor to the oven with the screws.

Step 8: Connect the wires to the right places on the door lock motor.

Step 9: Reposition the oven’s back panel.

Step 10: Hold the panel in place with the screws.

Step 11: Reconnect the power to the oven.

Step 12: Push the oven back into place.

The video below will show you how to replace a Maytag oven door lock motor.

If you still see the Maytag oven error code F9-2 after this, follow the steps below to replace the door latch…

Step 1: Unplug the oven’s power cord and open the door.

Step 2: If there are screws underneath your stove top, take them out. If not, skip this step.

Step 3: Lift the stove top and support it.

Step 4: You should see a metal panel once you lift the stove top. Take out the screws which hold the metal panel in place.

Step 5: Lift the panel.

Step 6: Take out the screws at the front of the oven which hold the door latch in place.

Step 7: Unhook the rod from the door latch.

Step 8: Get a new door latch.

Step 9: Hook the rod onto the new door latch.

Step 10: Secure the door latch to the oven using the screws.

Step 11: Lower the metal panel and hold it in place with the screws.

Step 12: Also lower the stove top as well.

Step 13: If you took out any screws underneath the stove top, return them.

Step 14: Close the door and reconnect the power to the oven.

The video below will walk you through the process of how to replace the door latch in a Maytag oven.

Maytag Oven Error Code 5a6 — How To Fix

This isn’t a Maytag oven error code. This message appears when sabbath mode is activated. To clear the message, you will need to cancel sabbath mode. You can do this by simply holding down the “Cancel” button on the oven’s control panel. Hold this button down for about 3 seconds to clear the message.

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