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Set probe temp or remove probe

Screen displays "probe temperature or remove probe". We have never used the probe and do not remember receiving one either. We van not get rid of the message. HELP PLEASE!!

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  • ivan16 Nov 19, 2008

    probe temp or remove probe problem continues to display. Why? Ive never used one. kitchenaid gas range kgra806pss00

  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2008

    I have the same problem.. Guessing that the reason may be water leakage to the electronic panel

  • Anonymous Jan 17, 2009

    I have the same problem, Kitchen Aid has a 5 year waranty on the eloctronics, They dropped off a new control panel and I installed it myself, Sears has the part in stock if you are put of waranty, my question is are there any more screws to remove the front cover and how do I get at them? There is usually a $68 trip charge to get the part covered under waranty. It was most likely caused by some liquid getting into the button controls. wiwizzy@wi.rr.com

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My oven keeps telling me to input a temp probe and it keeps blinking and its getting on my nerves.

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