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Oven door "locked" in open position

Somehow I bumped the top of the oven when I was putting in a cookie sheet. The "bake" light went off, and the "locked" indicator began to flash. However, the door was not closed and the latch is in the out or locked position. The oven door will not close all the way. I have tried pushing cancel, clean, bake, unplugging the whole thing. Nothing has worked yet. Please help me.

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  • mom2alexnnic Oct 19, 2008

    push in the oven light button near the top left side of the oven for 30 seconds. you'll hear a motorlike sound. it should reset the locking latch.

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Hello,
Just hold in the oven light switch around the oven door area, then press the cancel button and wait a few seconds.   It will reset.
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