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Whirpool Gold Acubake gas stove model GW395LEPB02 purchased in Oct 2006.When I am baking on 350 the oven jumps to 500 and smokes is everywhere. The number E2F3 shows up on the control board. What is the problem.

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This error indicates the Oven temperature is too high,
You will need to replace the Oven temperature sensor (RTD).

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This part can usually be replaced from inside the oven.

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