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Error Code F2E1

Gas Range KGRS807SSS Error Code F2E1

What's the fix and how do I get it to stop beeping every 30 secs?

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  • pritig111 Jan 31, 2009

    same error code f2e1.range doesnot work

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Did you try unplugging it for a couple of minutes and replugging it?

This might reset the computer control.

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