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Am getting the message F2 and the oven is beeping

I pressed "clean" for both ovens; the top oven appeared to start, but the bottom one did not. As I was attempting to figure out the problem, I must have pressed a button to stop the cleaning in the top oven; then the "F2" message appeared, and the oven started to beep.A couple of questions: 1. How do I get the beeping to stop? 2. What does F2 mean? 3. Can I clean both ovens at once? I cannot find my manual so have nothing to refer to.....
I bought this double oven around 1999/2000 and am not sure of the model. If you can help me figure this out, I could find the manual online and print that out.
Help! Sandy Forster

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  • sandoster Dec 17, 2008

    I don't have access to where it plugs in. Any other ideas? :)

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    Toria Dorsey May 13, 2014

    My problem is the F2 beeping is driving me crazy and i'am not trying to clean my oven it just started doing this. I simply just want to know where is the unplug cord. I have an appointment for someone to come out but the beeping is driving me crazy. It seem like my oven is built around my cabinets and I can't figure out how to pull it out or unplug it HELP!!!!!

  • Toria Dorsey
    Toria Dorsey May 13, 2014

    The only thing I want to know is how to unplug my GE oven. It's a 1990 model and seem like it's built around my cabinets and hard to pull out. I simply want to know how

  • Toria Dorsey
    Toria Dorsey May 13, 2014

    The only thing I want to know is how to unplug my GE oven. It's a 1990 model and seem like it's built around my cabinets and hard to pull out. I simply want to know how

  • Toria Dorsey
    Toria Dorsey May 13, 2014

    The only thing I want to know is how to unplug my GE oven. It's a 1990 model and seem like it's built around my cabinets and hard to pull out. I simply want to know how

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Unplug it for a few minutes

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  • BUG0903 Dec 17, 2008

    USUALLY F2 MEANS A POWER PROBLEM AND IF YOU CAN DISCONNECT THE POWER, THAT SHOULD FIX IT. GET ME THE NAME OF THE APPLIANCE.

  • Toria Dorsey
    Toria Dorsey May 13, 2014

    The only thing I know is its a GE oven. The microwave is not attached to it but it's one above it.

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