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I have code FE02 I need the trouble shooting steps.
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If you go to repairclinic.com click on repair help at the top then "error codes" on the left side in a gray box. you can look up the error code. I found F2-E0 but not FE02 for a KitchenAid range.
What I found means shorted key pad. Some times just unplugging the unit or shutting down the circuit breaker that controls it for half an hour it will reset. not guarunteed but less expensive than replacing if it works. Good luck.

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