Question about KitchenAid KERA205P Electric Kitchen Range
With the message comes a alarm that becomes more and more often as the time goes by
EO and F2 means you have a shorted keypad. Or the oven temp is too high. The cheapest route to go is to replace the oven temp sensor first. If you give me the model number i can get the part number. If the oven temp sensor doesnt fix the problem You have to replace the electronic control. Check to see if there is a y near the end of your model number. if there is then it is most likely just the sensor. If there is no y then it is most likely the electronic control. (this is what my code chart says) But you can try the oven temp sensor anyway. It may fix it.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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