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Re: The oven door squeeks
Lol sounds like its not just a lube problem but an alignment problem. alot of times the hing has a nylon bushing to cut that noise out. might just want to remove the hing and replace it or try to find a new bushing. these type of problems really ****. seems simple to fix yet it offten takes months of trial and error to cure the problem..... good luck
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most stoves do not have pilot lights but work from a pizo ignition system
when you turn on the gas knob ,the first action is to energize the pizo and that continually sparks to ignite the gas at the hob
the same is with the oven
ovens should be lit with the oven door open and once lit then the door can be closed
it sounds like the heat escaping from the door damaged the electronic control board part number 8186393 and sears has it for 200 dollars.the way the door was left open was directing the heat right at the computer board and you sholud never use the stove for heating the room or things like this happen
F-1 error is a Temperature Runaway. It Maytag's way of letting you know that oven overheated. Nothing you have done but it may have shorted out the oven sensor or the keypad. Check the sensor and see if it's closed. If it's okay, replace the keypad.
Our door on this oven is coming apart, so the oven door never truly closes. When you set the self clean cycle, push the door shut until it locks... at least this has worked for me. But I think all your problems, which are similar to mine, result from the oven door not truly closing... heat escapes, so the temp is not right and takes forever to heat up. The heat melts the control panel, causing other problems. In fact, our door is starting to fall open... a bit dangerous.
I have a frigeidaire classic gas range 12 years old worked fine until a pot of water leaked over the stove top burners. now the door locked lite is on and the door lock is activated , the oven door is open and won't close. The oven also does not work now, although the stove top burners work fine.
Can you help ? Thanks, Tom
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.