Question about Kenmore 95002 / 95004 Electric Kitchen Range
There's an error message, but I don't have a manual to refrence. The actual message is "EO - F2-" then it flashed E352. What do I need to do? I don't have a clue. Thank you, Shauna
Actual Solution: I justed fixed EO F2
1. Disconnect the power for 30 minutes!
2. Once reconnect the power, press the "cancel" button for 3-4 sec, this two steps serve as reset.
I have a Whirlpoor gas range and it has error message EO F2 for few weeks now. After searching on internet for possible solutions and didnt find anything working, I called Whirlpool thinking as a last attempt before calling expensive tech. people.
They told me exactly the above two steps, I came home and tried, it worked like a charm....
Note: Disconnect for 30 min, I tired 1 minute as some suggested on internet and didnt work.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
Shauna, you have a keypad problem here. First try pressing the cancel/off button for 5 seconds. If the code is still there, disconnect the power for about a minute and connect. If the error returns you will have to get someone to disconnect the keypad ribbon cable from the main board, clean the end with an eraser and re-connect it. Re-apply the power and see if the error returns. If the error returns, probably a bad keypad. E0-F2= stuck or shorted keypad....Catriver..post back
Posted on Mar 04, 2007
I did exactly what echo1700 said. I unplugged the whole thing, waited for an hour (so, a little longer than advised), plugged it back in and held the cancel button down for 5 seconds. Ouila! It's totally fixed and I've used it about four times since then with no problems at all.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
I have a Whirpool Accubake with the EO F2 error. I tried unplugging it, then holding down the cancel button after plugging it back in. It didn't work. So I unplugged it again, let it sit for a couple hours, then held down the cancel button before and while I plugged it in. This worked. It let me figure out which button was faulty. (It was the clock button)
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
Thank you so much! My "boyfriend" literally blamed me for breaking the stove and how he'll have to put his cape on and "save the day". Can't wait till he see's a woman did it first!
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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