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Padlock sybol when try to turn on hob

I have just tried to turn on my hob and it displays a flashing red padlock and all keys are locked any ideas

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Press the 'Oven light' for about seven seconds...

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L means locked. I dont know how Ive managed to do this as well

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Cancelling the key lock
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Followed their instructions & still not worked. ,I am still confused and baffled after these instructions........................




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