We went to use the oven and an error msg of F6E0 is now displaying on the oven and will not come on. Stove top works and starts fine. What is this code? Looked in the owners guide (1/1/2 old) and it doesnt have it in the book. THANK YOU FOR ANY HELP
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Re: KITCHENAID KGRS807 ERROR MSG F6E0
Problem with the time keeping unit. You will need to reset the unit. Unplug it for 30 minutes then plug it back in. If that does not work then check for bad ground wires that are not fully grounded on the unit. If you find a problem and need to order the part you can order it at repairclinic.com
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