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Amana EvenAir Convection Plus Self Cleaning Oven will not unlock.

My Amana Oven - AOCS304OSS EvenAir Convection Plus - Electric Wall Oven will not unlock. I set the oven to clean, but needed to cancel real quick...once canceled a flashing/beeping F9 continuously showed. The oven is locked and I cannot get it opened.

Help...need to bake.

The manual does not explain how to fix.

Liz Zervigon

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  • kellylgallow Feb 01, 2009

    Same exact problem here, any solutions yet?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    Same problem oven is locked and when I hit the clean button the F9 flashes and beeps until I hit oven cancel

  • vicma May 14, 2009

    I have the same problem. What is up with this?

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My oven was locked and would not open. No lock light was on but the oven was clearly locked. F9 error when I hit certain buttons.

Try this. I unplugged the oven for about 5 minutes. Plugged back in. A LOCK light came on. Held down "Oven Cancel" for a few seconds. Door opened and lock light went off. No more F9 error when I hit those buttons.

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There is a blower on the top of the oven, which turns on when the oven is hot enough. If the warm/hot air is coming out from top vent corners - this is the blower working. Even if you turn the oven off at that moment, the blower will still work until the oven cools down. This is normal.

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