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Frigidaire/Kenmore Range F11 Error Code Beeping

Video Transcript:

Hey what’s up guys its Ryan here with Parts Dr today and were back with another video. Here I’ve got a control board that a customer sent back to me. This is an interesting one the customer was getting an F11 error code on the display on the control board. If you’re not already familiar with that error code it means that the control board is sensing a stuck or shorted key on the touch membrane. The interesting thing with this one is when I was looking over the buttons on it is that they all look very similar except for this one over here in the bottom corner. And if we zoom in on it real close here you can that it looks like there is some sort of metal or corrosion that is causing this part of the metal to touch this part of the metal, which would be shorting out this key making it think that it is being pressed all of the time. If anyone has any idea of what might be causing this please leave us a comment below letting us know. I’m not sure if it’s moisture, or if it’s a problem with someone pressing the buttons too hard that is wearing and rubbing on this. Now one thing to note is the one that we are looking at here I have the overlay already removed off the front of it. Normally when this is sitting on your stove and installed into your stove your going to see the overlay faceplate which labels all of the buttons. So you would have your numbers over here and your bake and broil, clock, time, up and down arrows things like that. We have that removed just so we can show you what it looks like underneath of that. Now if you do have an F11 error code this piece on the front here is kind of like a sticker also this switch membrane and it is something that you could remove off of here. Unfortunately, the manufacture doesn’t sell this piece separate from the control board. So if you have one of these that is bad you have to replace the whole control board as an assembly. If you need to order one of these you can check out our website partsdr.com we will leave a link in the description below. There’s quite a few of these control boards and they all look very physically similar from the outside so make sure before you order one that you go on our website and search with the model number from your range or oven to make sure that you are ordering the correct one before you place an order. If this video help you out at all please hit the thumbs up button below. And you can also subscribe to our Youtube channel for more appliance repair videos. And if this video helped you fix the problem with your range or oven please just drop us a comment in the comments section below. We love to know when we’ve helped someone out fix their appliance. Thanks have a nice day!

13 Thoughts on "Frigidaire/Kenmore Range F11 Error Code Beeping"

  1. Kim Posted on September 20, 2019

    How can I fix it, or shut it off

    • Ryan Posted on September 20, 2019

      The fix is usually replacing the control board. You can unplug and turn off power to the range until you get it fixed.

      • brenda hass Posted on January 10, 2020

        i get an f11 message how can i fix the problem

  2. Rebeca Posted on October 18, 2019

    Thank you ! I can’t fix it by myself but at least I know what it is before I call the service

  3. Eric R Norstog Posted on December 9, 2019

    I have this Frigidair Professional dual propane cook top/electric dual oven that just went into F11 beeping as i was cooking Thanksgiving turkey and dressing. This range has been a big disappointment because the propane burners don’t heat evenly. Having one oven able to hold a turkey but no stuffing is unfortunate, and the stuffing pan won’t fit into the small oven.
    I was able to stop the F11 beeping by cutting the circuit breaker. Then I put the stuffing dish into the dinky oven slanted. I’ll look into replacing the control panel, but frankly, I think this oven is junk. Expensive junk, at that.

    • Angela Posted on December 24, 2019

      I agree! Frigidaire is awful. My stove isn’t even 3 years old and this is the second time this f11 code has happened and I replaced the whole panel the first time. Also have already had to get rid of my Frigidaire microwave that caught on fire! As soon as I can afford it I will be getting rid of all Frigidaire appliances.

  4. Kris Posted on January 8, 2020

    Hey, your video helped me fix my range, thanks! I was able to clean the contacts with cotton swabs and reuse board and overlay. Culprit seems to be moisture mixed with oils and glue from the overlay getting between pads.

    • Mike Posted on August 21, 2020

      I followed these directions and was able to get my oven working again. Saved a $500 repair!

  5. Brenda Parsons Posted on February 10, 2020

    I have a f11 code, my oven is locked and wont open, food inside! Help@

    • Eric Posted on March 2, 2020

      use a square screwdriver to unscrew the two screws that hold the lock system in the front. Now you can remove to clip pin and open it

  6. James Posted on April 13, 2020

    We where cooking Turkey for Easter, we had a back left burner on for about 2 hrs. The burner was the one closes to the buttons for the heating and temp control. I kinda think the heat and steam over time (2hrs). Was the problem we got when we got the f11 code and noise. Also the numbers that indicate the oven temp where going bonkers. Bright to very faint and very all over the place. We let it sit for a bit and the numbers stopped being speratic.
    Kinda think its heat and steam from the pot that gave us the problems. Hope this helps anybody.

  7. Paula Posted on May 2, 2020

    Thank you!!!!!!! I was able to fix my Electrolux ICON in wall oven that I thought was a lost cause because it had a stuck button and many power cycles and turning off the circuit did nothing to reset it. The replacement control board is $2000. I carefully took the control panel and used a cotton swab damp with rubbing alcohol and also used compressed air to blow out everything. My oven works again!!!!

  8. Milan Posted on August 1, 2020

    The “glue” used to affix the touch plate on the module softens as result of heat (and possibly moisture as well). When we got new range, we stored it for 3 weeks a in metal building in summer and after installed it started sending F11;

    The glue softened too much in the top right corner. I cleaned the back surface and put the overlay back on. This was in 2017.
    The range was working OK until yesterday. My dear wife ha pile of empty pots on the range top and it probably prevented air movement. Now the overlay (touch panes) is shifted down a’ 1/4 of inch, you can see the surface of the module. And the F11 is back.
    Basically it is design problem. Poor choice of retention method.

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