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I have a Kitchen Aid Model # KEMS308SSS02 and I getting the follow error message... is working and was always working but the top microwave/oven does not work. ...Kitchen Aid Oven Model # KEMS308SSS02 error msg - Lost Err/ F6 E0/ ... Most "F6/E0" fault codes is usually because of a loose wire connections, loss of ...
If this is a built-in wall oven with microwave on top, it is probably the 20-amp fuse located above the microwave. It is wired in series with 1 of the door switches, hence the "door" message. The only problem is that you have to pull out the microwave oven (at least part-way) to be able to get to that fuse.
Below is the solution to replace your microwave door.
Unplug the oven from the outlet and/or shut off the gas valve. Open the old door completely and unlock the hinges by pushing the hinge out toward you and down toward the door. Slightly close the door and lift the door up and toward you.
Install the new door. Make sure the wall oven door hinges are aligned to go into the rectangular wall oven slots. Place the hinges into the slots. The hinges should "catch" on the slots comfortably.
Ensure the door is fully opened and push the hinge locks into an upright position. The two hinge locks should rest on top of the two hinges that are inserted in the wall oven slots.
Close the door and open it several times to make sure the door is properly opening and closing. Replug the oven back into the outlet and/or turn the gas valve back on.
You have a door switch issue. There are three behind the panel. If you can lift and hold the door and it starts one of them is bad for sure. You would be better off replacing all three or have a repair man replace them because a microwave can hold 3000v even unplugged.
You can usually find helpful exploded view diagrams and order parts by entering your full model number here.
Thereshould also be a "mini-manual" (tech sheet) hidden inside the unit behind thecontrol panel or hidden inside behind the back cover, etc., and it's very helpful when troubleshooting, testing, and locating components.
My problem is with a roper double wall oven not a micowave. When turning the top oven on I receive a F-5 signal and the oven does not turn on. I misplaced my manual hoping you can solve this problem or send me the manual.