Question about Ovens
We just move into a new house and we tried the self cleaning mode on the frigidaire in wall unit. after cleaning we followed the instructions on the oven but when we try and move the handle from clean to cook it makes a loud buzzing sound and wont move to cook. we can get the handle to cook mode by moving it up or down slightly, but the door still won't open. it feels like it's still locked.
It is locked the leaver has become detached from the door latch and even though the leaver moves the lock part doesn't have you tried it lately push in on the door and try to move the leaver if that doesn't work get a wire coat hanger make a Small hook and from the left hand side see if you can snag the hook and pull it over ive done that before theopen end of the hook should point up start just abve the door gasket about halfway over well i cant reamber which way the latch moves but im sure you can figure it out push slighty in on the door after you hook the latch but try to open it fist some have asensor that wont let the oven door open till its cool enough to be safe let me know
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
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Mar 25, 2016 | Ovens
Hello Steven Krenz - Was the unit in self-clean mode? Try pressing and holding the "Clear/Off" button to stop any operation of the EOC. Do this at the same time while pushing and hold the light switch to the left of the door lock. Usually this will trick the oven into unlocking the door. If it is ineffective, try resetting the unit by unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker off. Wait approximately ten minutes and redo the steps. If door continues to maintain locked while open, the unit may possibly have a faulty door latch or a communication problem with the EOC. Contact a professional to move forward accurately.
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Hello mapatt - Are you able to open or latch the door? Try reprogramming the range by either unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker off. Wait approximately ten minutes and restart unit. This will clear most false error codes. If it proves to be ineffective, contact a professional to move forward accurately and properly assist with the repairs. The unit could possibly be experiencing a wiring failure, faulty light switch, door latch or EOC.
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