Question about Kenmore 95822 / 95824 / 95829 Electric Kitchen Range
Cooking and the EO F2 code came on and oven stopped cooking
F2 E0 code is attributed to a short keypad with the Electronic Range Control (ERC). The recommended solution is to replace the ERC. If you can post back with comments I can locate a part number for you if you can give me the complete model number of your range (located along the opening around the oven door or lower drawer assembly). The model number includes a three-digit prefix. I would also need this to determine the manufacturer. This way I can research to find a part number and price and see if this is a repair you would wish to pursue. ERCs can be expensive on some models. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Nov 12, 2007
I reviewed the noted comments because I'm have the same problem. My model number is 9502210. The range is a Kenmore.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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