ok that error on that unit is either a wiring issue on the range itself or a voltage supply issue from your home wiring, the unit has to have 220/240 volts to operate properly. If it is only getting 110/115 volts due to a failed breaker or fuse in your panel or a bad wall plug etc the unit will return that error. You will need to test the voltage to the range to determine which is the issue. The manufacturer tech sheet for the unit gives the following information on that error:
1. Press CANCEL>CANCEL>START to enter the Diagnostics Mode and verify the failure.
If failure displayed does match, go to Step 2.
2. Unplug range or disconnect power.
3. Verify that the house power supply provides 240 VAC between L1 and L2, and 120 VAC between L1 and N and L2 and N. If house power supply is not correct, call a qualified electrician. If voltage measurements are correct, go to Step 4.
4. Verify that the electric supply is wired correctly at the range terminal block.
5. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
6. Plug in range or reconnect power.
7. Verify normal operation.
8. Press CANCEL>CANCEL>START to enter the Diagnostics Mode and clear the error code(s).
and if you still want me to call I will be glad to and yes it is another 24.00 fee for the call.
let me know if you want a call, thanks.