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Oven shuts off when the door opens

I started to put my oven on the speed self-cleaning mode, but realized I had to stop it right away. Now everytime I open the oven door, the whole oven shuts off. And the self clean buttons won't work!

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Turn breaker off for 5 mins. then turn back on, this will clear the memery and take it out of self clean.
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