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Oven Flashing "F2"

Not sure of model number, refers to manual PLT083-2, probably high temp sensor, if correct would like loaction of sensor and part # and place to purchase, live in Louisville,Ky.

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Terry Thomas

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    Same problem. The stove has been unplugged for two days. I plug it back in can the sensor still think it is hot? I can't get the door open, it is still locked.

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Hi thanks for the question. F2 means a high temp, and to look at the oven sensor circuit.I would replace the sensor. not too expensive and try . the other solution is the circuit board. so try the sensor. thanks the appliance doc

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I have found this for you to read and hope this will help you. Let me know how it goes.

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