The F2 E0 error indicates a communication error at the key pad. The key pad could be faulty. There may be a problem with the wiring between the key pad and the control board. The last possible issue is a problem with the oven's electronic control board. First unplug the range (or turn it off at the circuit breaker) and take a look at the wiring. Disconnect and reconnect the wiring harness between the key pad and the control board. Check for any damaged wires in the wiring harness or corrosion where the wiring harness connects (and in the plugs) on both sides. If the wiring is okay, connect the range to power and wait to see if the message recurs. If it does, you'll need to replace the key pad. If the error recurs, then replace the control board when that is sold as a separate assembly.
There is a parts diagram and pricing list for the RF265LXTB1 here: https://www.appliancepartspros.com/parts-for-whirlpool-rf265lxtb1.html
. On this range, the replacement key pad and the control board are sold as a single unit. It's part 11 on the Control Panel diagram.
I hope this helps.