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Unfortunately the sensor rarely causes this issue although the error does refer to the sensor being out of range. The culprit is usually the display control board which the sensor plugs into. The control board just doesn't read the sensor properly so if you have a multimeter you can disconnect the wires that come from the sensor all the way up at the display board and test resistance between the 2 wires. You should have around 1080 ohms at room temperature. If you're within 10% then your sensor and wires between the sensor and board are fine which means that your display board needs to be replaced. Below is a link to the part. Also, there is no reset for the sensor.
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Sure it's quite simple if you know the trick. All you need to do is pull the knobs off and flip the breaker off to the oven or unplug the oven. There is a locking nut below each knob. Unscrew the locking nuts (all 4) and then the top of the control panel lifts up and off so you can access the display board.
Yes, you can disconnect it there and test resistance through the sensor, or you can follow those wires all the way up to the display board to make sure the wires between the board and sensor aren't damaged to test up at the board.
Either you don't have your setting correct on your meter or your wires going to the sensor are bad. You should have 1080 ohms roughly