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Installed a new electric wall oven and have power as the clock was able to be set and it works. When I push bake I get an F14 error message instead of the -----lines that I should have. It also has an annoying beeping noise until I hit cancel. I have read the books that came with it and this F14 error is not mentioned. Thanks. Lorelee

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I called the place where we bought the oven and after 1 toll free call with many options to go through and talking to three different women I was able to talk to a repair person who ended up being 25 miles away! Since this was on a Saturday he came out today and all it was was a loose wire!! Thanks for getting back to me. Lorelee

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