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Kitchenaid KDRP 407 oven does not work and reads F02. Cannot be reset except by turing off breaker. After turning off breaker, it appears to work but eventually again yields F02.

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there is no reset but do ck the house fuses . even if they look ok turn them off aand back on . then sk the range for power . if the clock runs the oven you may have a clock failure . also ck the power cord behind make sure is pluged in .. hope this helps mm feed back pls ..

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