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Kenmore Ultra Bake stove/oven

Hi -
Our oven started beeping for no obvious reason. Eventually the display showed EO F02 which is no where to be found in the users manual (EO F05 has to do with the self cleaning mechanism). I unpluged the appliance and then plugged it back in and now the display flashes and makes a "ticking" noise. Oven no longer works, no light - but the cooktop does work.
Called Sears - Kenmore and they can send a repairman in about 2 weeks. Meanwhile no oven....
Anyone out there know what that error message means?
Thanks very much.
Kenmore Ultra Bake
Model # 880.572024P0
Serial # RR2310394
Type P30

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