I have used the Clean oven cycle many times in my Kitchenaid oven before, but when I went to use it today it wouldn't work. The letters FO EO flashes on my timer section, but I cannot find that anywhere in my user manual. I tried unplugging the stove, letting it sit for 10 minutes, then plugging it back in. But that didn't help. I tried calling Sears, where I bought the stove, but they have no idea what FO EO means. I also tried calling Kitchenaid and waited on hold for almost an hour before giving up.
Do you know what FO EO means? Can you give me any instructions as to how to get my Clean cycle to work? Should I call a repair person?
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Re: Clean cycle in oven doesn't work: FO EO
Oliversmom, Im not coming up with any information on the model number posted. However on the kitchenaid the F0 E0 is default for no error. Press the cancel button to put the range in idle state. Then in this order press cancel-cancel-start. See if an error code comes up different from the F0 E0. The F0 is what is throwing this whole deal off. If it was F1, F2, F3 etc...it would make more sense. See if you have a complete model number you can post along with the error code after doing the above key dance. We'll see if we can solve the issue....Catriver..post back.
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hello there: the dreaded F2-EO code appears when the keypad has shorted out and needs to be replaced this is also known as the electronic range controle tis costs about 180 dollars and if the controle board need to be replaced this is about 250 dollars so if you can i would have both of them tested out before you spend your money on somethng you really dont need if you have the warranty you can use it to have it tested ok Best regards Michael
there should be more of a code like fo/eo or f2/eo or f3/eo or f5 /0o .. if you have # 1 = analog t digital l failure / replace control..= #2 shorted key pad / = replace control /? # 3 oven tempt sensor = repl oven sensor or fuse .// # 5 ck door /latch sw = replace component .. hope this helped . mm ( re/ck codes and see if one of thes matches your problem .. mm pls leave feed back ..
Unplug the appliance and the next day it will work again. Do not use the self clean cycle or I will have to spank you! Did you not know that 900 degrees for 3 hours can harm delicate expensive electronics. Get some easy off and clean that oven or get ready to spend some serious dough on fixing this puppy down the line.
Please call KitchenAid/Whirlpool directly and ask to speak to the 'executive management team'
I had this fault for the second time and this time I spoke to the Exec Management team who said they were unaware of this as a common fault. My stove was ‘fixed’ free of charge – the fuse was replaced, again.
Please everyone who has had or is having this problem call again – this problem needs to be fixed, replacing the fuse each time or not using the self clean function is NOT a fix.
There is a thermo fuse located behind the back panel of the oven. If the oven appears to be working but is not actually heating then this is the cause. The oven will have to be removed from the wall, power to the oven shut off at the main breaker and the back panel removed. the thermo fuse is just to the left and up from the center of the convection fan. It has 2 wires connected to it.