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Two things you can try 1. press and hold the power button until it unlocks or 2. on some models there is a button with a padlock symbol, press and hold until unlocks

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I understand that your Frigidaire range is not allowing you to cancel and you are unable to use the oven. I would suggest holding down the "Cancel/Clear" button for ten seconds and that should cancel the self-cleaning. If that does not work I would recommend a reset on your range, you can do that by flipping off the household circuit breaker for ten minutes. I hope this has been helpful. -Matt

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