Question about KitchenAid Pro Line Coffeemaker Coffee Maker
An "E2" error message on most kitchenaid appliances usually indicates a temperature problem. The device is detecting too hot or too cold conditions to operate. A lot of the time it's just the sensor itself that's busted and not an actual overheat, but it's there as a safety precaution.
Typically the thermistor just needs to be replaced, but on a coffeemaker I'm not sure if the thermistor can be easily removed. Certainly not by a consumer.
If the appliance is new, you my want to return it to the store you got it from. If you can't do that, send it in for warranty repair. You can't replace the thermistor yourself but kitchenaid sure can..
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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