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Based off the information you have provided your Frigidaire oven door is stuck closed and you are unable to shut the door. You can disconnect power from your range for at least ten minutes and that will reset your oven. This may trick your door latch into opening.
You can also hold down the cancel or clear button for 10 to 15 seconds that may allow your door latch to release. Also attempt to hold down the light and cancel buttons. I hope this information has been helpful to some degree. -Matt
There could be a bad connection on the electronic control. Try pulling the connectors off and reinserting them. There may be a thermal breaker in the top but it shouldn't shut down the oven unless it is giong bad.
Hi, it won't cause your oven overheating by hanging loose. I think your thermostat is faulty. I don't suggest opening it to try and repair it yourself. If your tamper with the metal plates inside, your temperature will not be accurate as where you set it for 120 degrees Celcius or 248 fahrenheit it will meybe give you a true temperature of 220 degrees celcius or 428 fahrenheit which would be chaos. Rather rplace the complete thermostat unit.
Your electric stove has power through 220, wired separately from the rest of the outlets. Go to the breaker for this, shut down total power, and see if that helps. Sometimes it does not take much to reset.
The door latch will open after the shut down, therefore go to the home circuit breakers and shut off the power to the oven. Wait a few minutes and try to open the door. If still locked, reset the power to the on position and see if the oven rest and shut down properly and the door lock released.
First things first, the grill only works with the door down. Directly you shut it, a microswitch operates and shuts the elements off. ( Of course the top oven operates with the door shut).
There are two options for the grill. Turning the control switch to the left operates the inner element only. Turning it to the right operates both the inner and outer elements together.
With either option, setting 5 (the max) has that option on full, whereas settings 1 to 4 switch on and off.
Too bad someone didn't answer this sooner. Caused be poor air circulation in the unit. There is indeed a thermal fuse used in this unit. This problem has been around for a while and no real solution has been found. The closest "fix" is to remove the fuse, turn it around and only hook it down with the screw that faces the panel. The other screw hole is then bent to a 45 degree upward slant. This give the fuse a little breathing room.