Question about KitchenAid Kitchen Ranges
Tried to clean oven on self clean, it never happened, got a F2 message
Going through all the comments mentioned above it seems that all of you have the same problem. Your appliance Control board is not working. Either try finding a new board or get it repaired.
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Posted on Apr 24, 2015
Does it just say "F2", or "F2 E1" or "F2 E6" or some other "F2 - Ex" error code? On KitchenAid wall ovens, I would frequently encounter an F2-E6 error, and when you would press the Bake key, it would beep out a "morse-code" message (beep beeeeeeep beep beep beep). And in that case, you would have to replace the electronic oven control.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this same problem with mine (still posted under unsolved) This is the simpler model with the old turn style knob and the lever you slide over to lock the door for cleaning What I think (keep in mind I know little about ovens, more about cars) is that the switch that tells the oven the door is latched is staying engaged, and this is part of the lever mechanism. I cleaned and lubed this mechanism (obviously I would guess you want to use a food safe lubricant) and then moved the lever several times with the oven on so I could see if it turned on. After a few tries the cleaning light went off and the oven light came on. No, its not really a technical answer, all indications to me where that the problem was in the switch which is part of the latch mechanism. Good luck
Posted on Dec 25, 2006
SOURCE: GE true temp oven f2
This happens every time I clean my oven. It overheats, shows the f2 light and BEEPS loudly. The only way to stop it is to turn the oven off at the breaker box, wait until it cools (usually 2-3 hours), flip the breaker back on and start the process all over again until the unit is clean. If it's not to dirty, sometimes it's easier to juat use Easy Off.
hope it helped
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
It sounds like you have a defective Oven control module. (TO8 Control) is the part that controls all oven functions including clean,clock,timed bake, ect. Item is easy to replace yourself.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
You need thermostat limiter #8300802. It is on the back of the stove behind some sheet metal towards the top. With shipping this part is about $39.00. But don't waste your money. If you replace it, it will burn out again! I am currently trying to find a way for either a class action lawsuit or a total recall. Kitchenaid/Whirpool is well aware of this problem. A $1500.00 stove and it won't self clean.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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