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KitchenAid Electric range KEDH207YWH2 beeping

jrkmo1

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Location
St Louis
Model Number
KEDH207YWH2
Brand
KitchenAid
Age
More than 10 years
This electric Kitchen Aid range has been beeping non stop the past week. Every so often an error code of F2 comes up, but then it goes away and keeps being intermittently.

I removed the touch panel and all connections look good. There's no obvious damage to the board or wires.

We're getting a new stove in a few months when we redo the counters. Trying to fix this one temporarily if possible. Right now, were just shutting it of at the fuse box when we're not cooking.

Added complete model number
 
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Jake

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Hi, We need the complete model number first. You're missing the last digit.

Here's the results I get:
KEDH207YWH0
KEDH207YWH1
KEDH207YWH2

Click here: Appliance Parts

Then you will see a link that says: How to find a model number.

Jake
 

jrkmo1

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Hi, We need the complete model number first. You're missing the last digit.

Here's the results I get:
KEDH207YWH0
KEDH207YWH1
KEDH207YWH2

Click here: Appliance Parts

Then you will see a link that says: How to find a model number.

Jake
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there's no extra digit. Hers a pic
 

Jake

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LOL, its all the way to the right side of your model number tag, you cut it out of your photo, take a photo of your complete model number tag.:)

Jake
 

Jake

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There you go, yes its a 2.:) So its KEDH207YWH2

F2--->Failed Touchpad Assembly.

The Touchpad Assembly is No Longer Available for your model:

So you'll need to turn the breaker/fuse off to it when your not using it, till you get your new range/oven. I saw the date of it, it said 1993 it was made, that was a good unit to last this long.:)

Jake
 

jrkmo1

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Thanks.

We may buy one and have it stick out further than it should, until we get new counters. We'll see how annoying it gets
 

Jake

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Yes, I know what you mean.

Jake
 
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