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Do you in fact have the meat probe plugged into the receiptical on the interior oven cavity?
If not have you recently cooked some thing in the oven that produced a large amount of steam?
And do you have the meat probe for the range if it is NOT in the oven at this time?
Ok and you have not selected a convection bake cycle for this to appear on the display?
ok so you do not have the probe for the oven ,did the display show Enter probe temp while the oven was in use or did it happens when the oven as not in use?
ok Lets first try this , take a straw and stick it close to the opening in the oven wall for the probe jack and blow into it ,then try the oven and see if it still shows enter probe!
Let me know
ok lets try one other thing Before we order a part .
turn the circuit breaker off to the oven for 5 minutes or more this should reboot the electronic control board if your lucky.
ok if after you power it back up and it still shows the probe error the main control oven board will need to be replaced .
It is behind the console and under the cooktop .
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That just depends upon how mechanical inclined you are!
If you feel it is beyond your ability , only you will know that.
It can be replaced with basic hand tools.
so the powering it off for over 5 minutes worked then?
What other control?