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Kitchen aid stove oven shutting off reading error f2:E5 what happened?

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  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2009

    Hello,

    I made the mistake to let water boil over under and into the front control panel.

    The unit now shuts off after 5 seconds or so whenever I turn it on. What could I have possibly shorted out and destroyed?

    Is there a schematic or wiring diagram somewhere? I am willing to replace and parts.

    Thanks,
    Keith


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Electronic range clock failure. You will need to replace this part. It is located where your keypad is. You will need to get behind it and pull the part out and replace it with the exact kind from repairclinic.com

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I have a Kitchen Aid Slide in Range model KESC300BBL8. When using the oven it keeps shutting off after a short time. F2-E5 will be displayed.


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