Model #66595014100 KENMORE Free Standing, Electric

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can't see range temp display 665.95014100

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My Kenmore range Model 665-95014100 is displaying "E0 F2".

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Thank you for your question. I know these errors do raise some concern.  The EO F2 error indicates the key held down too long or shorted keypad. Pressing the Cancel/Off key is the correct way to clear. Your oven should be fine.  If the problem reoccurs and the error does not clear, unplug the range for at least one minute, reconnect to see if clears.  If the error continues, and you feel comfortable, you can open the back of the range to access the control parts. Carefully lift up, then reconnect the keypad ribbon and tail. If the ribbon is not properly seated, the keypad will not work properly. If the error continues to return, the keypad will likely need to be replaced. The keypad is accessed by unplugging the range, and removing the back service panel.  The second image below shows the control panel parts.  The keypad membrane switch is key #27. I have also attached the list of all error codes you are likely to see on the range.  If further help is needed, please reply.  Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Barbara H. -
Sears Technician
August 17, 2013
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Kenmore electric range #66595014100: Broiler turns off by itself and will not turn off unless you throw the breaker. Turn on breaker, and broiler is back on.

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I understand how improtant it is to have all of your appliances working properly. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I have found a link that will provide some information on the issue. The boiler will continue to come on, until it is fix. It is most like an temperature sensors issue. I would suggest that you have a techincan come and look at the unit. I hope this helps.

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aashe -
August 23, 2011
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

If the broil element begins to heat and glow red after turning the two breaker back on dedicated for the range then the broil relay on the oven control is stuck closed or the broil element could possibly be shorted to ground. Whenever the circuit breakers are turned on there is 120 volts supplied to one terminal of broil and bake elements. If the element is shorted internally to the element casing it will cause the element to heat on 120 volts. If the entire element is glowing red then the control board is faulty and will need to be replaced. I added an image below of the broil and bake circuits and wiring diagram.

In order to diagnose which one has failed, flip both circuit breakers off dedicated for the range and then remove and disconnect the broil element. You can test to see if the broil element is shorted to ground by using an Ohm meter. Place one meter lead on the element casing and then touch the other meter lead to each male terminals on the ends of the element to see if shows continuity. If it measures continuity when checking continuity from each male terminal to the element casing, replace the element. If the element is not shorted, replace the oven control. I added a YouTube video showing how to test and element.

Check the things I have covered here and if I may be of further assistance as more details become available, please reply to this post.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
August 25, 2011
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