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Probe Alarm 'beeping' began without any operation of the stove. "Remove probe" message was displayed but the probr was not installed. "Cancel" would not stop the 'beeping', nor would setting of an oven function stop the beeping. Display continued to read "Remove Probe" and 'beeping' continued. I then found the probe in a kitchen drawer and plugged it in. Meassage changed to "check probe" (remember the probe had not been installed when the problem started). I then repeatedly inserted and removed the plug of the probe into the receptacle on the stove, but the problem persisted. As a last resort, I took the probe end (opposite the plug) and inserted into the oven-receptacle to 'short-out' the receptacle. That stopped the 'beeping' but a "check probe" measured is continually displayed (normal display for a shorted receptacle) Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2008

    same problem here - I'd rather not short it out. wtf is wrong with our jenn air?

  • sullibury Sep 30, 2008

    I am having the same problem except that mine is a JES9800aaw and I cannot find the probe (range was in when we bought the house) so we have had to just unplug it. I haven't been able to find anything on this error until I saw you post. Has anyone found a solution yet? I am assuming it will just be a matter of arranging a service call but what a pain since we never use that feature.

  • robert samples May 11, 2010

    how old is the range

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I had the same problem today (my wife overflowed a pot of chicken stock last night, so there was liquid all over the cook-top, and some probably got down behind the control pannel). Based on the solution to a problem that seemed similar, though definitely not as exact as your description, I checked the probe connection (unscrewed the retaining nut, then unscrewed the two sheet metal screws holding the housing in place, then gave the probe connection a gentle tug to ensure that it was still properly connected). Finding nothing wrong, I replaced the housing and retaining nut, and the lights were no longer flashing.

Posted on Oct 22, 2007

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most electric ovens have a temperature sensing probe inside of them. this is to prevent the oven from overheating and causing a fire. the reason why it's asking you to do that is because it's either dislogged from its place or it need to be replaced.

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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SOURCE: Display says "remove probe" but no probe is installed

you can try to throw the breaker give it a few minutes and then reset the breaker

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Front control panel shows "Remove Probe From Oven" & Beeps.

I have the issue as well, seems like when I use the convect. feature. I have not called to have it serviced yet, but I have found that opening the oven door and truning the fan on for a few minutes, corrects it. At least until you turn it off again.

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the only way to make the beeping stop is to disable it but i wouldn't recommend it.

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