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F40 code I have a Kenmore self-cleaning range that I've had for a little overa year. The firsttime I tried the self-cleaning I got an F40 code and nothing happened in regard to cleaning.

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    I have the same problem, after several calls someone at least told me what that code meant. Power supply issues, not necessarily with your power supply but with the appliance itself. Of course they want to send a technician for $65.00, which may be worth the headache. All someone told me was to turn off the power braker for 2 hours and try again. Yeah right, after 2 hours of heating your house and paying the electric bill.

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It worked for me.  When the power is off, there is no electricity being used, thus no charge.

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