Some of the most common error codes for KitchenAid ranges include PF, which means a power failure, and LOC, which means a the range's lock feature is on. More error codes are available at AppliancePartsPros.com and the KitchenAid website.
When encountering a power failure, press the "Stop" or "Clear" button on the keypad to reset.
The lock feature on KitchenAid ranges disables controls for the oven. To unlock the range, hold down the lock button.
Error codes F0, F1, F5, F7 and F8 indicate that the range's control board needs replacement.
The two-digit code F5 code and four-digit codes beginning with F5 indicates a problem with the door latch of the self-cleaning feature available on many models. If the error code appears while the door is open but does not latch, hit the "Stop" or "Clear" button. Then, locate and press the door switch, which is in top-right corner of the front of the oven. If the error code appears while the door is closed and locked, press "Stop" or "Clear," and press on the top-right portion of the oven door to release the latch.
If problems persist after identifying the error code and taking the proper steps, schedule a maintenance service with a KitchenAid technician.