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Clock and oven do not work right - lights flashing

The oven cleaning light is flashing, but is not in use.
I cannot set an oven temp.
The automatic oven light is on (green) and will not go off.

I disconnected the power for over an hour, and the problem is still there

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The problem could be with the switch that is contrlled by the door lock handle. I disconected the power, raised the burner platform and removed the pannel just over the lock handle. With a hard toothbrush gently clean the contact of the switch.

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It worked on mine.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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