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Oven will not work at all after clean cycle

After a clean cycle, the oven will not get hot at all (in any mode) it will not even go into a clean cycle again.  the control panel is working the same as it did. i can feel air comming out of the front vent (not hot at all)

what do you think the problem is

thanks in advance for your advice.



I ran oven through self-cleaning cycle successfully. Used oven later that day and for a few days later successfully. Yesterday, the display beeped, flashed an "E3 F2" (or "E2 F3" - it went away before I definitely decided for sure) error code. After that, the display seemed to be responding properly, and the oven was making the correct sounds (with air blowing out the exhaust port - cold air, that is), but there was no heating occurring in any heating mode I selected. Could it be something as simple as a burned out element...?

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I had to unplug the oven to reset it.

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Self Cleaning Oven Problem

Before you choose to run you oven in the “Self Clean” mode be sure to read this.
After viewing many hundreds of range and oven problems there is one constant theme that comes through. “After running the self clean feature” on my oven I have this problem or that problem. Whether the oven is gas or electric does not seem to matter. The common thing is that the self cleaning feature was just used on the oven, and now it is not working, the glass broke, or you now, cannot even get the door open.

The basic idea of a self cleaning oven is to get the oven so hot that you incinerate everything that is in the oven. The heat from this process will burn up everything in the oven and sometimes things outside also. Even though the wiring and controls are built to withstand high heat, taking the oven to such high temperatures pushes everything to the limit. If something is not insulated perfectly or has shifted a bit then the heat causes it to fail. Repeated heating also wears the insulation out and causes it to break down. For this reason the self cleaning features should be used sparingly.

Manufacturers want to please the customer so even though they know that this can create problems they also know that this feature sells more products. It is in your best interest to not even use this feature if possible.

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If this fails to work then check your manual for instructions or to get a factory service number. They should be able to give you the information you need to open your oven.

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