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GE Oven JKP26GP2 getting F2 error, even when not in use. I ohmed out the Temp sensor at room temp it is 1091ohms. The other 2 sensors check NO and NC. It's 100 bucks for a new Temp Sensor.....just don't want to buy 1 if that isn't it. It seems to be the most common fix, but I haven't seen anyone else getting F2 when the oven is not in use!

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  • stinkylee Apr 26, 2009

    I am willing to purchase and replace the sensor. Where is the sensor located?

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F2 usually means the temp sensor is not working. here is a link to "F" codes.
http://www.repairclinic.com/0078.asp#JennAir
It has many manufacturers listed,so scroll to the GE ones.
The reason it beeps when not in use is b/c the EOC is reading the error in the part.

Good Luck!

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