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What F2 or E2 means is the oven sensing thermostat has allowed the oven to overheat and therefore the clock(oven computer control) wont let the oven be used to that sensor has been checked/replaced.
I do not know what you fell you're capible of as far as testing oven parts but i have included this video showing you how to check that sensor. As that video says when testing as shown at room tempature with the POWER OFF to the oven it should read between 1060-1100 ohms if much more or way less that 1060-1100 it should be replaced. If at room temp. it test to be good (1060-1100) the clock woiuld need to be replaced.
where you clock is the buttons next to it, 2 have a line underneath joining to them both, hold them both down together to stop clock flashing, this will then allow your ovens to work, it's a safety feature on these ovens, and to reset clock keep both buttons held in and use the plus and minus button to set hope this helps Donna
After a power failure most digital clocks have the zero's and auto flashing. These ovens will not work if clock(time of day) is not set. By pressing incorrect buttons, you can complicate things further. Recommend turning off power to oven for a few seconds, then follow manual for resetting clock, which is usually holding down the 2 buttons on the left hand side simultaneously, and holding down these two press the + or - key to advance clock.
You said, you have a key symbol that's just showed up near the digital clock, and
what it seems to mean is that the ovens are 'locked in some way. They
won't heat up. When we turn the dials the red light doesn't come on and
we cant hear the fan. There is a reset button on there but it doesn't
get rid of the key symbol. I think someone leaned on the buttons
yesterday and have inadvertently locked something! Please help! We
can't find the manual.
1.Try holding down the reset button for 5 seconds! 2.Then if needed turn off the power from the breaker for 5minutes and see if this resets the system. 3. Send me the Model # and I will find you a user manual too!
Waiting for your response. If you can't find the model # , it will be on a white or silver sticker in the door Jam of the range OR the storage drawer below! Huuum Please remember to leave a rating!
You can try turning the power off for a couple minutes then back on but this is typically caused by a stuck key or a faulty control board. Either way you're looking at needing a new control board.
Hope this helps.
rmedrano, Try pressing and holding the stop-time and cancel pads together for 5 seconds, see if it comes back to life. If not, try the cancel and clock keypads together for 3 seconds. First is the control lock-out funtion and the second is the display blank mode. If these fail to work, you are going to have to test for power at the board. The clock (ERC) has a 3 year warranty incase you have to call for service. Catriver.post back.