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I get an EO F2 code on the control panel. When I press cancel it switches to bake at 350 degrrees and asks me to start. I press cancel and sometimes a 2nd off of 2nd on message comes on control panel

I disconnected the electric power, but it continued after I restored power.

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SOURCE: EO F2 code

F2 E0 code is attributed to a short keypad with the Electronic Range Control (ERC). The recommended solution is to replace the ERC. If you can post back with comments I can locate a part number for you if you can give me the complete model number of your range (located along the opening around the oven door or lower drawer assembly). The model number includes a three-digit prefix. I would also need this to determine the manufacturer. This way I can research to find a part number and price and see if this is a repair you would wish to pursue. ERCs can be expensive on some models. I hope this helps you.

Posted on Nov 12, 2007

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SOURCE: F1-6 Fault Code

This code is in responce to a fault/failure in the lower keypad assembly. It is possible the keypad was bumped.

Maytag Gemini fault codes.
Fault code Suspect area Fault code Suspect area
F0 - 0 None
F1 - 1 Runaway cook upper oven
F1 - 2 Runaway cook lower oven
F1 - 3 Runaway clean upper oven
F1 - 4 Runaway clean lower oven
F1 - 5 Keypad cancel upper
F1 - 6 Keypad cancel lower
F1 - 7 Keypad disconnected
F1 - 8 Keypad shorted
F1 - 9 Slave

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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SOURCE: Broiler will work, but oven wont

Could be the bake igniter is bad and broil igniter is still good. may need to replace the bake igniter you will need a complete model number off range to determine the part number of the igniteryou may need.

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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SOURCE: My Kenmore range model C970-628091 keeps beeping and flashing an F1 or F3 error code

Fridgetech is right. It's the temperature sensor. I had the same problem, but I was getting the F3 and F2 errors when attempting to preheat the oven.
A R Marshall said that he replaced the sensor but he still got the same F3 error. That happened to me too! It worked for a few weeks, then it began to malfunction again. It finally started showing preheated as soon as the oven was turned on, but never heated at all. One night at 3AM, the error code and beeper went off while we were sleeping! That happened on several occasions at various times of day, and it was necessary to kill the power to stop it. The power could then be restored and the error would stop.
Ours is a Hotpoint range (made by GE). It's my understanding that most ranges have the same or similar error codes.
The sensor was $85.00 at the parts store, but I got it on line for about $60.00 including shipping. The instructions said to strip the wires and then twist them together with wire nuts. But the new sensor had a plug that fit so I used it, and it worked for a short while.
As I looked through the problems and possible solutions, someone said look for burnt wires. So I opened it up and looked but there was nothing like that. Then I remembered the instructions that said to hard wire, so I examined the plug which seemed to have one short wire inside. I plugged it back in and tested with the same negative results. Now suspecting the plug I cut off both sides, stripped the wires and hard wired using two small wire nuts. It immediatly began working normally!
Something is wrong with the plug connector.
Try cutting out the plug and hard wiring before ordering a new part. But if you need a new part, eliminate the plug!
May God bless you and keep you safe!
Fridgetech is right. It's the temperature sensor. I had the same problem, but I was getting the F3 and F2 errors when attempting to preheat the oven.
A R Marshall said that he replaced the sensor but he still got the same F3 error. That happened to me too! It worked for a few weeks, then it began to malfunction again. It finally started showing preheated as soon as the oven was turned on, but never heated at all. One night at 3AM, the error code and beeper went off while we were sleeping! That happened on several occasions at various times of day, and it was necessary to kill the power to stop it. The power could then be restored and the error would stop.
Ours is a Hotpoint range (made by GE). It's my understanding that most ranges have the same or similar error codes.
The sensor was $85.00 at the parts store, but I got it on line for about $60.00 including shipping. The instructions said to strip the wires and then twist them together with wire nuts. But the new sensor had a plug that fit so I used it, and it worked for a short while.
As I looked through the problems and possible solutions, someone said look for burnt wires. So I opened it up and looked but there was nothing like that. Then I remembered the instructions that said to hard wire, so I examined the plug which seemed to have one short wire inside. I plugged it back in and tested with the same negative results. Now suspecting the plug I cut off both sides, stripped the wires and hard wired using two small wire nuts. It immediatly began working normally!
Something is wrong with the plug connector.
Try cutting out the plug and hard wiring before ordering a new part. But if you need a new part, eliminate the plug!
May God bless you and keep you safe!

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Kenmoore Electric Range - Error Code EO F2

That code means your oven is a piece of ****. Put out in front lawn on big garbage day. Get inside the oven and wait until the garbage men get there. Jump out and yell, "Surprise!". After you've had your fun go back inside, get your keys, and drive to the closest appliance store to get a new one.

Posted on Aug 15, 2009

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