Question about Kenmore 92022 / 92024 / 92025 / 92029 Electric Kitchen Range
What you need to do is open and shut the oven door quickly for a few minutes to help it less hot/decrease the temperature.
If you still get the error message, turn off the oven and turn it back on after an hour or half an hour.
Check if you still get the same message.
*Yes, that's right, its the temp sensor. usually it appears if you have preheat it more that 350 degrees F.
So the main thing here is that you need to cool it off first.
If that doesn't work, you need to get the temp sensor replaced.
hope it helps.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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