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I have an FES366ECB slide-in model with a speed-bake feature. I had the oven on at 450 degrees and accidentally turned it higher -- about 480, then quickly brought it back to 450. I had the timer on, as well. Suddenly, the beeper came on and where the timer is it said, "F10" The F10 has gone off, but the beeper remains on and I can't get it to turn off, even though I've pressed "clear/off" several times. How can I turn off the beeper?

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Turn off the power at the breaker to the oven and leave it off for a minute or two. Power it back up and hopefully the error code will be cleared and all will be good.

The error indicates an overheat/runaway temp detected which obviously is both true and erroneous in this case. If it happens again and you don't want a repeat, just drop the temp in smaller increments and/or open the oven door to cool it off more quickly to the target temp.

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