IT should time out eventually. I am not sure if there is a way to reset it but if you hold the control lock button for 3 seconds (If it is Locked) and wait it SHOULD time out. I hope this helps to some extent.
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If you are receiving error code F9, it typically indicates that the maximum oven door unlock time has exceeded. If resetting the power did not clear the error code, it would be advisable to contact an experienced appliance repair tech to assist further since your range may possibly have a communication error with the EOC (Electronic Oven Control), lock motor assembly, door light switch or door latch assembly. Hope this helps!
Likely Failure Condition/Cause: 1. Door motor failure / jammed. Latch motor switch failure. 2. Control software failure, or component failure (relay stuck). 3. Wiring Problem.
Suggested Corrective Action: 1. Press CLEAR key. 2. If CLEAR key does not eliminate problem, turn off power for 30 seconds, then turn on power. 3. Check wiring of Lock Motor, and Lock Switch A and Door Switch circuits. 4. Unplug P4, apply power (L1) directly to the Lock Motor, if the motor does not rotate, replace Lock Motor Assembly. Plug P4. 5. Check Lock Switch A for proper operation (do they open and close, check with ohmmeter). The Lock Motor may be powered as in above step to open and close Lock Switch. If the Lock Switch is defective, replace Motor Lock Assembly. 6. If all above steps fail to correct situation, replace control."
Open the door. In the upper left corner, press and hold the door switch (the one that controls the inside light). Start a self clean cycle and wait for lock motor to engage. When the lock stops moving it should be in the unlocked position. Press cancel to stop the self clean.
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Not familiar with this particular stove, but it sounds like you activated a child protection lock. To turn these on and off, you have to hit that lock icon and hold it for 4-8 seconds for anything to happen. This is so that the kids won't have sense enough to unlock it, assuming that you locked it to keep them out!
Also, frequently they work in stages. Hitting it one time (for 4-8 seconds) will lock the panel, hitting it another time will unlock it, hitting it a third time might lock the door, and so on. So RTFM, or just keeping hitting it multiple times for 4-8 seconds each, and see what does what. But the manual should tell you everything you need to know. You can go to the GE website, or to managemyhome.com, which is maintained by Sears, and you should be able to find a PDF copy of the manual if you don't have the manual that came with it.
Hello, what to do is to start another self clean cycle let the unit clean for about 3 minutes then push the cancel button.This should unlock the door if not a tech will have to come to advance the lock motor . good luck