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My "Probe" keeps beeping. I tried cancelling...no help. Tried heating oven at 400 degrees as suggested by one person (to take out the humidity....)for 15 mins. Helps for awhile but then starts beeping again. Any other solutions? My Kitchen aid oven model is KEB 5147DBLZ. Thank you. L Matsuda

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  • wmatsuda Nov 20, 2009

    This is a Wall oven unit and is built in. How can I get to the inside? Thank you.

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The top oven the stove will lift up,with effort,and fold back,unplug first,and see if it needs cleaning and the sensors are in there I think,clean them,try to unplug it to reset,see if that helps.

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    Ronny Bennett Sr. Nov 20, 2009

    It will have to be removed,from the wall,try and kill the breaker and turn the breaker back on after a minute.

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