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Maytag Oven Door is locked

My cleaning lady cleaned my stove - now the oven door is locked and won't open - she she sahe may have pressed buttons but it is locked up. Please help!

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    Jyackle5 May 11, 2010

    Try holding the clear/stop for 10 sec.

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    my oven doors ar locked and its says off

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I had the same problem.  Unplugging the oven didn't solve it, as the same "F9" message appeared when restarted.  
Here's what worked:  start a cleaning cycle, and then hit cancel.  I leaned on the door just a little, the latch stopped making the "clicking" noise, and then the lock light turned off and the door opened.

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Suggestion from => http://www.fixya.com/support/t135369-oven_door_unlock

The first step I would recommend you to do is to turn the circuitbreaker on, then set up the oven clock. Start the self clean for anyamount of time, wait about 30 seconds and push the cancel button. Mostof the time it helps to eliminate the problem.

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I've read other places that turning the fan off will unlock the oven.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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