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GE XL44 True Temp F2 warning

On occasion my XL44 beeps and flashes a F2 warning when I use the oven. The only way to stop it of course is to shut it off for a while and then turn it back on and hope it won't flash F2 and beep till my dinner is done. It also seems not to heat up that well any more either.

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  • Chef Angie Jan 11, 2008

    I had the same thing happen tonight. It was set for 350 degrees; was baking a cake; all of a sudden I see smoke bellowing out of the oven and the F2 is flashing; fire alarms going off all over. The only way I could turn off was to cut the circuit breaker. I couldn't even turn the oven off - it kept going.



    What to do?

  • Nancy00 Mar 30, 2008

    I'm having the same problem sometimes it flashes F2 and other times it flashes F4. I don't have the manual for this stove because it was already installed in the house we bought. So I'm wondering if this is something bad and I should replace the stove or if it's just a little problem I can fix on my own. I have tried pushing all the buttons and nothing works but turning the stove off and back on again. Which totally sucks if you are making a pot roast and have to have the stove on for 3-4 hrs. I probably get up and turn it off and on about 5-6 times. grrr.... So now I'm online surfing the stove to see if I can find the answer to how to stop it from doing that.

  • Anonymous Dec 06, 2008

    Mine did this for the first time tonight...I turned in on broil, microwaved my enchilladas for a couple minutes, broiled them for a couple minutes and turned the oven back on and it seemed to start heating up again...

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I had the exact problem with F2 . I had to have the computer chip replaced. I do not know how much that would cost. We live in Military housing and they took care of it. I hope this helps.

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