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November 1, 2019
The oven is 18 months old, tried the self-cleaning for the first time and now the oven won't heat. After about a two-hour cycle (almost done) we got the message "e302- electronics are too hot". Attempted to cancel but the oven wouldn't allow so i followed the directions in the manual and turned off the breaker. Once cooled attempted a simple warming process but no heating. Everything else seems to be functioning properly- fan, control panel, etc. Guessing its the heating element?
For model number HBLP651LUC/03
Hello Markus, thank you for your question. E302 means that the oven thinks the convection fan motor has shorted and needs to be replaced. You'll need to flip the circuit breaker off to the oven or unplug the oven. Then open the door and remove all the oven racks and such. Remove the screws going into the back cover panel inside the oven so that you can remove the panel and see the element. Unscrew the ground element and test continuity through it with a multimeter. If it has no continuity, replace the element---otherwise your control board is just bad and the main relay control board would need to be replaced. I hope this helps!
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