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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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