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Getting F2 Error Code after self-cleaning

Hi I have a Jenn-Air WW30430P oven.

The display panel is showing a F2 error code after we tried a self-cleaning. The F2 code continually beeps, and the oven will not heat up anymore.

What do I do??

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  • yellowjess Nov 16, 2007

    I also just used the self cleaning mode on my oven and now I am getting F2 code. Who do I make it stop?

  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2007

    Have jenn Air and Getting F2 Error Code after self-cleaning

  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2007

    I have the same problem!

  • Rosest Feb 11, 2008

    F2 error code continues to display after self cleaning.  I cut the power for about 10 minutes, but that didn't help.  A solution would be appreciated.

  • Lynnlewk Apr 24, 2008

    Used self cleaning and now get constant beeping of F2

  • larsenm Apr 07, 2009

    F2 error code continues to display while cooking. I cut the power for about 10 minutes, but that didn't help. A solution would be appreciated.



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