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Slef cleaning oven Frigidaire electri clean oven lock will not un

The lock will not unlock. I cannot close door. Help

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Set both start & stop timers to the same time.Turn on the selector and the temperature knobs to clean. Hold in the light button, on the right top side of oven, and hold for 15 seconds.
then turn off the selector knob. hold button again for 15 seconds and the lock should unlock,
then turn off the temperature knob.

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