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If your water temp. gauge (on piping) is showing 180 but the digital display is only reading 125 deg. then I would remove the water temp sensor from the rinse piping on back upper part of machine (It is a small probe with wires coming out of it). Clean probe with emery cloth and put it back in to see if that changes the display. If it doesn't then you may need to replace the probe.
My clock display of the outdoor temp is only blinking and not display the the temp. I have the senser put in in outdoor window. The senser shoes the temp but is not carried over to the clock. Ive put in new batteries and have the senser in the correct distence from eachother. Why is the clock contunue blinking outdoor temp.?
I had a similar problem today with my KitchenAid Superba wall convection oven (2002 model). I was roasting tomatoes at 225 degrees F for 3 or 4 hours when the control pad changed and showed that the probe was in use (never have I used it and had to look for it). I, too, tried to plug in the probe and take it out, but nothing changed. My worry was that I could no longer use the timed bake function. After trying to reset by turning off the oven at the breaker, with no change, I turned on the oven to 400 F and left it on for 10 - 15 minutes hoping that the high temperature would dry out whatever moisture that must have gotten in the place where the probe connects. Then I turned it off and just waited. After a half hour or so the control pad cleared and nothing showed (that is what you want when the oven is off!). Everything is back to working now.
As you did not include a model number I can suggest you insert your meat probe into it's receptacle and remove it again quickly about a half dozen times.....maybe even a dozen times. The meat probe plug is like an older style headphone plug. The receptacle that it plugs into may need to complete a circuit for the electronic control. When the probe is not in the receptacle, the receptacle contacts touch to complete a circuit. These contacts may have become dirty from normal oven usage. You will be cleaning these contacts using the probe as I explained. If that doesn't solve the problem you may want to call in a professional.
sounds as if the meat probe jack is shotring itself. thinks the probe is inserted, adn is lookin to continue on that course. aside form letting it stand and dry out , yo may need to either disconnect or replacethe meat probe jack
When high is displayed it means that the probe and controller is reading that your oil temp is 30 degrees over your set temp. Use an external probe, locate it about one inch above your probe in the tank check actual temp and compare to your set temp. If you find that it is not 30 degrees over than there may be a problem with your probe, wiring or the digital controller. With a multi meter you can check your probe resitance it should be at 942 ohms at 350 degrees.
We had the same problem, and we tricked it into running it's cycle be doing the following;
1. Wrap a wet paper towel around the probe, plug it in, and close the door. Then follow the temp. probe directions in the manual: 2. Set probe temp. at 130 degrees, then select a bake cycle. We selected convect bake. 3. Set oven temp for 275 degrees, but maybe any temp over the probe temp would work. 4. Then start. The cycle took 12 minutes to complete, and when it was finished, turn the oven off and then open the door and unplug the probe. 5. Now everything works fine.
the Controller is asking you to set the probe temp because it thinks the probe is plugged in try to plug in your probe and remove it and see if it goes away if not the probe outlet is bad or if it flashes a code i will need to know that ..also you went into the Factory Version not the Error codes menu an error code would read like a F7 or F2 just an FYI
Houston, we have a problem... Your electronic relay control, (ERC), is shot, kaput, no bueno and must be replaced in order to correct your situation.
The ERC part number is 3191106, and retails for ~305.00 dollars! (I kid you not). I guess now is the time you might consider replacement over repair. That's a good question.
If you choose to proceed with the repair, repost and I'll help with details on how to do it.