Question about Kitchen Ranges
There is no clean button, but 2 of the knobs have a lock icon. Tried setting the knobs on the lock icon and pressed start.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hi, The E1-F5 code means that there is a problem with the door locking circuit.
Try moving the door lock if access is easy. - then turn off at the wall for 5 minutes to reset.
There could be a faulty connection with the interlock switch or the drive motor. With the power off, Check the switch operation first. It could just be a faulty contact.
To access it, you have to rise the top to access the latch if the motor is bad. There are screws along the front edge when you open the door. These need to come out to lift the top. Take care not to lift too high as you may crack the top.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
The latch wouldn't go all of the way over. I pushed it over until the blinking light went off. The latch doesn't seem to catch but I did get it to work. Thank you for your help though.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
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