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Kitchenaid gas oven

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I have a kitchenaid gas stove and it keep asking me to set probe temp or turn it off and it wont let me turn it off. I dont want to use the probe temp function and I am not sure how and why it came on please help

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  • Anonymous Dec 29, 2007

    Yes, same problem and my oven won't work because of it. Mine is a gas range.

  • heliflier Jan 01, 2008

    Same problem...mine is an electric doble oven

  • mworthi3 Jan 16, 2008

    I have the same problem on a KitchenAid dual wall convection oven.  This must be a common problem; you can Google it all over the net.

  • KBobe67 Jan 22, 2008

    Same issue. I was able to bring up an error code by pressing Start and Off simultaneously:



    MOST RECENT CODE 0100 (Top line of display)



    AM71-0I73-EEKEO-068 (Third line)

    027-080 (Bottom line)

  • angelaboardm Dec 26, 2008

    Same thing. Happened after cooking a turkey using convection roasst, but did not use the probe. Any solutions???

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Kitchenaid is the biggest piece of ****.

completely unresponsive to their faulty appliances
can someone start a class action ?

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Does anyone know what the F7;EO means

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The Controller is asking you to set the probe temp because it thinks the probe is plugged in try to plug in your probe and remove it and see if it goes away if not the probe outlet is bad or if it flashes a code i will need to know that ..also you went into the Factory Version not the Error codes menu an error code would read like a F7 or F2 just an FYI

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