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Troubleshooting Oven won't work. Sometimes the display says - H:d=30" and clock shows E2F3. Reset power, etc. no help. Nothing spilled that I know of.

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  • jillrad Nov 22, 2008

    I have the same code showing. My oven reads to turn off when light is blinking. This happens when the code shows. I was in the middle of cooking on 350 for about 10 min when it happened. I turned the oven off and back on again and the code appeared again. My oven is a whirlpool super capacity 465 E2F3. Thanks

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