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I got a F2 error code on the display. The top heating element in the oven will not turn off. I turned off the oven at the main house panel.

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    F 2 error when I left pizza tile inside during cleaning. Internal fan stays on and door stays locked. I have turned breaker off and on and left breaker off for period of time but still can't open oven.



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F2 error code oven too hot, 1. replace relay board (if present)
2. or oven temperature sensor.

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Whenever an oven is plugged in, 120v is present on the bake and broil elements. When you turn on either one, the main board simply connects the other side, not to ground as in most other devices, but to another 120v on the opposite electrical phase **adding up to 240v** and heating the elements!!
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