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Unplug the oven wait 10 minutes plug back in . Cooktop AND Oven working ? Yes - you have a communication problem - display board or main PCB.
Is the oven not working and the cooktop still works ? If yes it is a power problem on L1 or L2 , to verify if the issue is in the oven or the home swap L1 and L2 on the power cord. (if you do not know what you are doing then you should not touch them). If the Error remains yet the cooktop stops working or the cooktop stops and the oven starts working etc. Replace the Circuit breaker in your house panel - it works but not correctly. No Difference check the L1 line and the transformer connector on the oven board - resolder the connectors for the transformer.
The KitchenAid ovens that I know will turn off when you press Off (unless the control lock is on - then you need to disable the control lock). The Warming Drawer will have a separate Off button. Dual oven units require you to select which oven and then press off.