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Bryan, Home Appliance Technician
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Hello I have a KitchenAid range that is now showing Enter

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I have a KitchenAid range that is now showing "Enter Probe Temp" on the display even though the probe isn't plugged in. Only buttons working on display panel are numbers to set up the temperature. We tried to set the temp. and it would prompt us to select cooking method. When done this message immediately pops up "cooking complete" and the oven shuts off.
nothing else works.

is this showing an error code at all?

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
no. it just seem to think that the probe is plugged in when it's not. we've tried plugging it in and turning the oven on but it shuts itself off right away.

it also beeps every few minutes
try this,

To recall last failure code, if not displayed, press the OFF key to

place the range in an idle state.

2. Press the OFF and Start keys in the following order:


3. Verify the error code displayed on the control by observing for

longer than 1 minute. If the error returns, use the applicable

procedure listed below for the actual error code that is displayed.

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
nothing happens. it still says "enter pob temperature or remove probe"
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
is this something that is covered by warranty? the oven is less than 2 years old
the only way to know is look in the manual or call Kitchen aid, usually the warranty only covers one year but I would look into it, these new electronic appliances are terrible the littlest power surge or outage can ruin them, the best thing to do before attempting to fix yourself is to contact them and see what the warranty is, thanks Bryan
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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Thank you. It didn't really fix the problem but you tried
thanks, XXXXX XXXXX only thing we could do, its definitely in the control, well wishes, Bryan