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Kitchenaid display reads insert temperature probe, and oven beeps does not respond to any command The panel says to "Enter probe temperature or remove probe". The probe is already removed. It will not respond to any other key functions. Model # KEBS277

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    I have the same problem & they are sending a tech @ the cost of $81 for the forst 15 mins & $19 for every 15 mins after that! RIDICULOUS!

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We just had this problem with our Kitchenaid Superba electric oven. It started beeping for no reason and showed the probe symbol. I actually never used this probe, ever! Call to the tech people: go get a service man! right...
My husband, smarty pants, lol, put a bowl of water into the oven, plugged the probe in and dunked it into the bowl with water, set the temperature to 85 C (that would be 200 F, I believe, but better check it in the manual) and let it heat up. (In any case, set it lower than water boiling temperature!)
That actually did the trick! Once it reached the set temperature, it shut itself off and the probe light went off! Yeah! good hubby!

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Press "0".

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Tried the probe in hot water and pressing "0". Neither worked. Other suggestions? (thanks for the first two, not your fault they didn't work for me!)

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