I have a whirlpool double oven stainless steel 5 years old were working fine until yesterday when my maids left after cleaning ,the display panel was showing this message EO F2 have tried turning the power off and no results still same display
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I have a Whirlpool RBD275PRT00 that showed the same codes. it would allow me to cancel and work for a few more days until the display finally went blank and after a few days of being blank displayed the codes again. I ordered a New Electronic control board from Sears W10340941 for 189 dollars just recently, when I just looked for this part for your model it's that same number but now listed for 254. There are services that will repair your board for a little less but it will not be a new board. it's still much cheaper that a new oven.
Dim display indicates a "failing" electronic oven control. It will continue to get dimmer and dimmer until it fails completely. You need to replace the "clock" (sometimes called the ERC <---Electronic Oven Control)
This is a tricky repair. Be sure you have the power off (at the breaker box) before attempting this.
Usually the knob type controls uses the bulb for temperature regulation. There is usually only one adjustment available - otherwise the thermostat has to be replaced. - that dial with the temperature graduations on it. the whole unit - the bulb in the oven is connected to it.
It is quite possible the control electronics have failed. There are separate relays for the upper and lower ovens. Ours recently failed the upper oven with the same symptoms and it was the electronic control. The other part is the overheat thermal sensor for the oven may be out.
Atlanta...sounds like you may have a power supply problem or the panel is bad. Cut the power, open the unit up and see if there is a fuse in there or a reset. No good? Then replace the circuit board. They just, well, die sometime. Happened to my microwave. Some units may be available remanufactured. Look around on the web.