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The best way to do is to pull the oven out if is built in and go through the top. If its free standing use a clothes hanger and make a hook and pull the latch to where youcan open the door. Your going to have to replace the lock motor assembly. Bit of advice though, slef clean is the worst invention ever and if you use it you will have more problems.
On mine, I was able to take of the face plate and unscrew the metal locking arm from the motor. Once i wiggled the locking arm away from the locked position I was able to open the door. Once i opened the door, the little motor which controls the locking arm automatically rotated to the unlocked position and cleared teh "locked door" message on the control panel.