Question about GE JBP60 Electric Kitchen Range
My wife was cleaning the face of the range when she accidentally hit the self clean button. Not knowing what to do, she just reacted and opened the door. Initially, the locking mechanism had moved over into the lock position so we couldn't shut the door. I figured out how to raise the lid and get into the locking mechanism to move it back manually to the "open" position so we can at least shut the door now. However, it still flashes "Locked Door" and we can't do anything with the stove portion of it. I suspect there's a solenoid that still thinks the mechanism is in the locked position that needs to be reset. I've tried running it through the self clean cycle and recycling power on the unit. No change. Suggestions? TIA, Robert
Robert, see if you can get it back home by using the test funtion. Kill the power to the oven. Turn it back on and on the control press and hold the cooking time and delay start pads together. While hold these keys, press the number 8 pad. The words test should appear in the display. Now press and hold the self clean pad and it should cycle the cam through the whole process. Here is what you should see. 1 test (unit is in unlocked position 0 test (moving toward latched pos. 2 test (latched position 0 test (moving toward unlocked pos. 1 test (unit is in unlocked pos. Press cancel to exit the test. See if this gets you going again, let me know, Catriver
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
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From my understanding your hit the clean button on your Frigidaire wall oven and now the door will not open. I would hold down the cancel button for at least ten seconds, this should unlock the door. If that does not help I would recommend disconnecting power from your wall oven by flipping the household circuit breaker for ten minutes. I hope this information was helpful to some degree. -Matt
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