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F2 error, both ovens stopped working

Woudln't you know it, the day before Thanksgiving... The top oven was being used and "F2" appeared in red letters on the upper left of the display, the oven beeps constantly, and nothing works. I turned it at the breaker, tried again, and F2 kept appearing, so i let it cool a bit, smacked it a couple of times in case there might be a stuck relay... and the lower oven seems to be working again now. But the upper one never goes to "pre-bake" mode, just goes directly to "bake", but is not generating any heat...

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    its the buttom oven not the top

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F2 Flashing in My buttom Oven and had to shut the power off from the breaker to turn it off

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F2 is a Oven temperature exceeded the clean runaway temperature (self clean only) or the cooking runaway temperature (cooking modes only)

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I can help but I need a model number

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