Roper home appliances are known for being easy to use and they make life that much easier. The less time you have to spend doing chores, the more time you have to do the things you love. Roper appliances, like any other brand, will require repairs at some stage. When you notice a problem or fault with your Roper appliance, call our expert team at Capital Appliance Repair. We are available 7 days a week in Ottawa and we always treat every repair as urgent. With us, you can rest assured that your Roper appliance is in the very best hands!

 

Why call Capital Appliance Repair for your Roper appliances?

You might be wondering why you should choose us for your Roper appliance repair needs. Firstly, we are available 7 days a week. Yes, this includes weekends and holidays! We provide speedy service throughout Ottawa and we always aim to complete repairs during our initial visit. All of our technicians are trained and experienced which means that we can work quickly to solve any problem. In addition, for your peace of mind, our repairs are all backed by our satisfaction guarantee.

 

Roper Stove Repairs

Your Roper stove will probably serve you without problems for several years. Cooking is a real pleasure with Roper stoves because they are really easy to use. Of course, since all stoves require repairs at some stage, it’s inevitable for wear and tear to eventually take its toll. Fortunately, thanks to our speedy Roper stove repairs, you will not need to deal with a faulty stove for long. Our team will be at your door before you know it and we always aim to complete repairs during our first visit.

 

Roper Washer Repairs

If your washer makes a strange noise, if you notice a leak, or if it no longer turns on, it’s time to call the professionals. Washers can be quite complex and repairs require the right tools and parts. Without these necessary supplies and the right knowledge, repairs are more time-consuming and they may not last. Capital Appliance Repair technicians are trained, experienced, and always arrive prepared with parts and tools to perform reliable Roper washer repairs!

 

Roper Dryer Repairs

If your dryer is showing any signs of problems, it’s best to avoid using it until our team of expert technicians have performed professional Roper dryer repairs. Using a faulty dryer not only puts your laundry at risk, but it can also be a fire hazard. Fortunately, you won’t have to wait long for repairs because we are available 7 days a week and our team always works hard to complete repairs on the spot.

 

Roper Oven Repairs

Just like your stove, your oven is an essential part of your kitchen. You might not use it every day, but there are a number of dishes that can only be prepared by baking or roasting. Like many other appliances, using a faulty oven can prove risky. So, as soon as you notice a problem, call Capital Appliance Repair for speedy Roper oven repairs anywhere in Ottawa.

 

Prompt Roper appliance repairs

When you wait to repair an appliance, it can result in further damage. The greater the damage, the higher the cost of repairs. This is why prompt repairs are so important. Thanks to Capital Appliance Repair, you too can enjoy fast Roper appliance repairs anywhere in Ottawa. We are available 7 days a week for your convenience.

 

Roper Fault Codes

In many cases, a fault code could appear on your appliance due to a problem with the timer (ERC or Electronic Range Control). Even if the code seems to imply that there is another fault, it could very well be the timer to blame. At Capital Appliance Repair, our technicians are familiar with such timer issues and other faults. You can depend on us to get to the bottom of it and perform the necessary repairs without delay.

 

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 (also called 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 doesn’t match previously stored value

The “Cavity Size Select” jumpers in the wiring harness detect a cavity size different from that which the control was previously configured for. Inspect the jumpers in the harness to make sure they agree with the actual oven size.

 

F2 – E0 – Shorted keypad (also called touchpad)

1. Check the keypad connector for firm connection (keypad connects to control board).
2. Press CANCEL. If the error code returns after 60 seconds, replace the keypad (touchpad or membrane switch). Some models incorporate keypad in to control board as a single unit. In this case, replace the control board (also called 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 too high (Cook mode)

F3 – E3 – Oven temperature 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 could be with the probe, receptacle, or the probe circuit. Check the probe. Look for a pinched wire. Look for any condensation or contamination on the probe receptacle. Replace probe if everything else checks out ok.

F5 – E0 – Door switches don’t 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 is latched:

A. Disconnect the power from the unit.

B. Check the wires and connectors from control to door switch, then from door switch to control. If there is no damage to the wires and all connectors 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 the F5 failure code from memory. F2 will appear. Press CANCEL and watch for 1 minute to ensure the operation is correct.

 

2. If the door is not latched:

A. Disconnect power from the unit.
B. Check the wires and connectors from control to latch switch, then from 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 defective.

 

4. Measure the latch switch (unlatch = switch open, CAUTION – oven light contacts are closed). Replace the switch if defective.

 

 

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 power and replace the 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 defective

  • Common wire (+5VDC) to latch switch, and to the door switch is shorted to chassis ground or neutral. A double oven has two of each switch and one common wire.

1. Check the connections at the control and at the latch switch and door switch.
2. If all the connections are good, then check the individual switches as outlined for the F5 failure.

 

2 Digit Failure Codes

 

F0 – Board failure

  • Replace the control board (ERC or clock).

F1 – Board failure

  • Replace the control board (ERC or clock).

F2 – Oven temperature is too high

1. Look for welded relay contacts on broil or bake relays. If this happens, replace the oven control (clock or ERC).
2. For SELF CLEAN models: check the door lock operation.
3. Look for a high resistance connection or any other cause of high resistance in the oven temperature sensor circuit. Check the sensor, sensor harness and sensor harness connection at sensor and oven control. Replace the sensor if found defective. Remember: Oven control (ERC) measures the resistance of sensor circuit, not actual oven temperature.

 

F3 – Oven temperature sensor (RTD) open

  • Replace the oven temperature sensor (RTD)

F4 – Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted

  • Replace the oven temperature sensor (RTD)

F5 – Board failure

  • Replace the control board (ERC or clock).

F7 – Function key stuck on ERC

  • Replace the control board (ERC or clock).

F8 – Board failure

  • Replace the control board (ERC or clock).

F9 – Oven door lock failure

  • Check the wiring to door lock switch (the wire harness may be connected wrong). Check for a stuck lock switch.
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