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E0 F2 is usually a stuck key on the keypad. You will need to replace your keypad most likely. It's possible to be caused by the control board also. If it is NLA we can rebuild it for you at fixyourboard.com
What model? Is it a 'wall-oven'? If so, many have trim pieces on the sides that cover actual mounting screws. Also- these units are extremely heavy and require two people to remove/install. Trim pieces are usually held in by screws accessed with door open. Some trim slides up to release. With trim off mounting screws should be visible. Remove these, and unit should be free.Wiring behind unit can also be shorter than most people think, so have something to set it on. Please acknowledge this posted solution if helpful- Have more info if needed- Thanks-- Ed
Remove the doors by turning toward you a little toggle apparatus located on each hinge. Locate a small screw on the lower inside edge of the left and right hand trim and then slide off the trim. Remove the lower trim then raise the upper trip and put the left end of the panel inside the top opening. This allows you access to the control panel. Test both the keypad part #8300440 and the control panel part #830219 to see which one needs to be replaced. Order the replacement part, plug it in, reverse the precess above and it should work like new..