Question about Kitchen Ranges
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem is: the temp seems to be 'stuck' at 260 and will not allow any higher settings.
Calling KitchenAid proved to be unuseful. The manual did not have this item in the troubleshooting pages. Resetting the power does not help.
There is really no problem besides that the temp display setting has been somehow set to be celsius (metric system) rather than farhenheit (english system). Changing this setting somehow can be easily touched off without knowing, thus the "I didn't do anything and yesterday it was working fine..." comment from family members.
Reset the temp display back to farhenheit (F). This is done by opening the oven door, then hold down the 'Broil' button until you hear a beep from the control panel. The same method may be used to change from Farhenheit back to Celsius.
I speculate the inavertent change of the temp setting is done while cleaning the flat control panel. So the best thing to do is to always 'LOCK' the control panel when cleaning the controls. This is done by holding down the keypad "3/lock" for a few seconds until the display shows LOCK.
(The solution was already posted when I arrived at this page. I just organized it a bit by adding some details and a preventative comment. Many thanks to those who posted earlier, solving my issue as well. I hope my writing presents a clearer and quicker read to the next person)
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
HI. This is a basic Electronic Range Control Board failure code. I would advise to try a hard reset. This may correct the fault, if the damage is not severe. Simply unplug, or shutdown the appropriate circuit breaker for five minutes. After the five minutes have passed, kindly re-introduce power to the unit once more. Try to preform a baking cycle. if the code continues to illuminate during the attempt to operate the range, simply replace the main electronic control board(ERC or Clock).
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
The F3 E0 means
Oven temperature sensor or oven temperature sensor fuse opened Replace oven temperature sensor or fuse Good luck
Posted on Nov 27, 2010
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