Question about GE Profile 30" Self-Cleaning Freestanding Double Oven Gas Range - Stainless-Steel
I tried the self-clean option for the first time, and when the lock mechanism engaged, it did not catch the door. Now the door won't shut, and the self-clean won't start. I unplugged the stove and bled off the circuits. I restarted it, and it doesn't read "locked" anymore, bu the lock mechanism is still engaged. This is only a year and a half old appliance.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The switch inside the door lock mechanism is stuck down making the unit think it is still locked. the switched is located next to the hook that locks your door.
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
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Posted on Dec 14, 2007
SOURCE: DCS gas oven locked
I let the door stay open, hold the switch closed with my finger, activated self clean. Let it run for a minute then hit cancel, the stove heating element shut off and the locked door blinked for 5 seconds then finally stopped. Back to normal.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
There is an overtemperature switch built into the electrical panel of the oven. Resetting this switch may solve the problem.
To reset it:
TURN OFF THE POWER!
Open the door (if it is locked, turn the power back on and gently pull on the door every few seconds as the locking mechanism cycles until it is unlocked)
remove the 3 screws below the control panel (screws point upwards, with the head just inside the oven)
pull off the face of the control panel. Let it dangle by the wires so that you have access to the space behind it.
Within the electrical enclosure exposed by removing the control panel, Look for a small silver and black device with 2 wires attached to the back. The device is about .5" wide by 1" long and is attached with 2 screws to the sheet metal on the bottom of the electrical enclosure. usually located nearly in the middle of the electrical enclosure.
Push the tiny button on top of the switch. You should feel a click.after Reassemble and power up.
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Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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