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Here is what Kitchen Aid says about F4:
F4 Meat probe shorted 1. Disconnect meat probe and measure probe resistance (78kω at 60° F [15.6° C], 37kω at 90° F [32.2° C]). 2. If resistance is not valid replace probe. 3. Insert probe and check for a firm connection between probe and jack (in oven cavity). 4. Check connection between jack and harness (in rear of oven).
It sounds like the probe jack may be bad or the wiring between the jack and the control board above.
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It may just be the thermostat going bad. The thermostat tells the oven temperature controller what the temperature is inside the oven. As they go bad they send back incorrect signals. They are relatively simple repairs.
Every fault code I am able to find concerning F-4 period has to do with bad oven sensor. This is the probe coming through the wall inside the oven to read oven temp and to regulate it. Hope this helps. Rick
Remove the oven from the wall. Remove the rear panel. The upper and lower ovens have a non-resettable thermal fuse that has blown. Use a VOM to verify which fuse. After repair use Easy Off, not self clean.
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