05:37AM | 12/05/04
Member Since: 12/04/04
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My mom has a Kenmore double oven model 911.41185890. Unfortunately, when she bought the home they didn't leave a manual.

An alarm is going off (like a smoke alarm) and FO is lit up on the top oven control panel. When you hit the clear button the alarm goes off - until the next time :)

HELP. Thank you very much!


09:15AM | 12/05/04
Member Since: 11/11/02
2274 lifetime posts
Unfortunately an "F0" fault code usually indicates a problem in the electronic control but can sometimes indicate a problem in the control's keypad (which is part of the control panel).

You can try disconnecting power for the appliance for several minutes to see if that helps. If not, it is sometimes possible to disconnect the control keypad from the control to see if the error repeats. If the error code returned even with its keypad disconnected, it would usually indicate a problem in the electronic control itself.

You can see those parts used on your model at the following links:

Kenmore 911.41185890 Electronic Control


Control Panel, Black


Control Panel, White


Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



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