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F9 is a door lock error and to solve this issue you can hold
the light switch for 15 seconds, this will reset the control. If it won't work
then hold the light switch in and set the unit to clean and after a minute
press cancel to cancel the clean cycle. If still it won't work then the door
lock assembly should be replaced. Hope this helps...please post
back for further assistance.
1. move door to locked position 2. Press self-clean pad. 3. press up or down to select clean time (it will flash 3:00) 4. if you wish to delay the start of cleaning press a. stop time b. press the up button on pad to select the time of day then press clock and time of day will reappear. Press stop time pad to recall the time you set. 5. When the oven turns on the oven on indicator will light. Internal lock will engage and door cannot be unlocked. 6. About one hour after the clean cycle ends, the lock indicator will turn off. The oven door can be unlocked and opened. ** to cancel press cancel. Hope that helps!
One thing you should know about a gas oven is that they do not keep a constant tempature like an electric oven does. So going by a tempature gauge in the oven can fool you. The way a gas oven works is by "average" tempature. In other words if you take the highest and lowest tempature readings and average them out you will get the actual tempature. For example let's say that you set the oven to 350. Well first it will take about 10 to 15 minutes for the oven to properly pre-heat. Once it is preheated you can listen to the gas burner and watch a tempature gauge(flook meter is best). When the gas burner shuts off the oven tempature will continue to rise. When the oven tempature stops rising then you will take that reading. Then wait for the oven burner to come back on again and watch the tempature gauge. When the tempature gets to it's lowest point and stops then take that reading. Do this several times and then take all the tempature readings and add them together then divide that number by the number of readings you took and that will give you the actual tempature. Within 5 degrees is great but anything over 10 degrees can affect your cooking. This will give you an idea if your oven is out of calibration or not.
It sounds like it could be a stuck off/cancel button on the touch panel. When you push the off/cancel button does it feel like the other buttons or different. Usually when these buttons get stuck the proper repair is to replace the touch pad. Some of the newer ranges will produce an error code on the display when a touch panel button is stuck but not always. Unplugging the power to the range might work for turning off the oven but is not recommended. If everything else is functioning properly except for the off/cancel button then it sounds like the touch panel may need to be replaced.
if you read your tappan instructions, it will tell you to turn your oven to 550 degrees, then press and hold the bake button for 15 seconds. it will blank out and go to 0. adjust temp up or down accordingly. peace out.
my automatic cleaning setting in my oven will not heat up. I set "clean" on both dials and put the lock on, the fan comes on but no heat. Is there a certain system to turning it all on and the timer so it will work?