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Clean cycle in oven doesn't work: FO EO

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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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.

Posted on Apr 03, 2007

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