Question about Kitchen Ranges
That usually means that the door lock can also be damaged.
First ensure is not a setting problem, by tripping circuit breaker for five minutes , and using clear/cancel button.
The door lock can be tested using a multimeter.
Also control board and wiring to temp probe and element may have been damaged by the high temperatures produced on self cleaning cycle.
Unfortunately the oven does not return any error indicating the fault.
Door lock is tested by energizing , reading continuity to test solenoid and reading voltages.
Wires are tested by reading voltages.
Control board is tested by looking for blown capacitors or component, reading voltages, testing components for continuity.
If you DIY always observe strictly all safety rules., all repairs must be done by a competent repairer.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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