Unplug the range and remove the back middle part of the back (should be three screws, I did this yesterday). Remove the rigth side panel by pushing from the back of the range to the front about an inch. It should then be possible to lean the top out and then remove.
Where the probe enters the oven you should see a whole in the side of the oven. If you look carefully you will see the other end of your broken probe sticking out in the open (You may have to move some insulation to see it).
Push the probe back into the oven san you should be back in business.
Replace range side and back (make sure to replace any insulatin which you have moved.
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sounds as if the meat probe jack is shotring itself. thinks the probe is inserted, adn is lookin to continue on that course. aside form letting it stand and dry out , yo may need to either disconnect or replacethe meat probe jack
The F3 E2 error code indicates that the electronic oven control board in the range senses an over-temperature condition in the oven.
This can be caused by a failed temperature sensor probe, a wiring problem between the sensor and the control board, or a failed electronic oven control board. If the oven is apparently not overheating when this error code appears, then your likely failure is the temperature sensor probe. If the oven is overheating, then you likely have a failed electronic oven control board due to a stuck relay not cycling the oven heating element off properly.
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We had the same problem, and we tricked it into running it's cycle be doing the following;
1. Wrap a wet paper towel around the probe, plug it in, and close the door. Then follow the temp. probe directions in the manual: 2. Set probe temp. at 130 degrees, then select a bake cycle. We selected convect bake. 3. Set oven temp for 275 degrees, but maybe any temp over the probe temp would work. 4. Then start. The cycle took 12 minutes to complete, and when it was finished, turn the oven off and then open the door and unplug the probe. 5. Now everything works fine.
there is no real way to reset it you reset it when you turned the breaker off, It sounds like the EOC (electronic oven control) is faulty. I would just keep reset it and keep doing that to bake the turkey how hot will it get before it buzzes? is it showing any error codes?? F1, F2, F3 etc.....