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I AM COOKING MY TURKEY AND AN F10CODE COMES UP CAN I CONTINUE OR WHAT

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F10 on Kenmore ovens means Runaway temperature error, it means that the probe sensor detected overheating.

Stop the oven and allow cooling for one hour or so, with the power cord unplugged.

If error is still there, then you will need to call the technician and have parts below checked and eventually replaced.


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About the turkey, see if you can borrow one of your neighbour's oven to finish cooking, or leave it half baked and put it back into the oven if the oven restart after cooling up. Remember that you will need to add some more time to the total cooking time, as the turkey will get cold inside.

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