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Re: how do I fix the code on my stove after selfcleaning...
You shouldn't use the self clean on any oven,all it does is cause problems,it heats up to 1000 degrees and can damage the electronics and the door latch and this sounds like your problem,you can try this,unplug or shut off the breaker in the fuse box,leave it off for like 15 minutes,turn it back on,listen to see if the latch assy. moves and resets,if not you'll have to call someone in to check it out,you either damaged the door lock and latch assy. this is the assy. that locks the door,if you open the door and look at the top of the frame in center where the door closes into that metal hook is part of the latch assy. that got damaged or the computer board or clock assy. could have been damaged or possibly the door light switch but ussually the latch or clock assy.the heat in self clean does damage to the ovens,i would never use it i do my oven by hand.let me know if this helps you and good luck
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Here are a couple of remedies that may work:
1. Disrupt the power to the stove for at least 5 minutes. If the clean cycle has been on to heat the oven at all, wait until you are certain it is completely cooled down. Patience is a virtue. There should be no lights on the panel. This resets the stove and stove errors the majority of times. I usually pull the plug at the rear of the stove. It gives me a chance to clean the floor while waiting. Re-power and determine if the if the clean cycle cancels. If not, go to 2.
2. Push the door in and press "Cancel". There is a push button switch (not visible when the door is closed) that is also a part of the self clean circuit. This switch may not be fully depressed. If it does not cancel, press the "Bake" button and press "Start". If it continues on the clean cycle, allow it to run for approx. 5 minutes and then enter "Cancel". If it does not cancel, retry the #1 waiting longer than 5 minutes and repeat #2 sequence.
3. The door can not be disassembled when it is locked closed. The lock mechanism is at the top of the door in the center and approx. 2" down.. The latch operates from left (open) to right (lock). It may be possible to get a slim jim type device to disengage the latch. A piece of scrap spring steel pallet banding may work for this You may have to depress the "Cancel" while doing this/. Hopefully, your range cooperates and you do not have to try 3.
The Dr lo is for the warming draw. I assume you have a warming drawer. Page 17 of your manual describes how this function works. It also states on page 11 "The Off/Cancel pad stops any function except the WARMING DRAWER, Timer and Control Lock. If you have actually unplugged the stove and plugged it back in it should come on with a PF for power failure. You push the Off/Cancel pad to clear the PF and then you have to push start to do anything else. such as bake, etc. Have you pushed Drawer OFF? That should clear the dr lo message. If this message comes on as soon as you plug the stove in or just after you push the Off/Cancell pad or after you push start or bake try to push Drawer Off. If this does not work then it apppears you have a malfunctioning control panel.
I hit the same F9 problem when trying to self-clean, except that the door was locked OPEN.
After much trial and error, I found the following fix: 1. Switch circuit breaker off. 2. Switch circuit breaker on. 3. Press Bake button. 4 Press the small/inside button which indicates that the oven door is closed.
The lock mechanism opened and the oven now works fine.
Paul, the F9-3 code has to do with the oven door lock motor assy.. Water must have gotten on to it and now the fault. There is a quick test mode on the model ending in aab, if yours ends in this try this. Unplug the oven for 30 seconds, plug it back in and press and hold the cancel and broil buttons together. It should enter test mode. When in the test mode press the clean button to see if the motor activates and resets. Press cancel to exit the test mode...Catriver...post back