Question about Whirlpool RF368LXKS Electric Kitchen Range
It means that your switch on the lock is stuck in the wrong postion literally just fixed mine....lift up the heating elements of top and remove the 8 or so screws that are around the perimeter of the and it reveals the lock switch, myself i just kind of pushed on it to get it to go back haha...i pushed the lock part towards the left side and it slowly moved back on its own....
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Posted on Dec 14, 2009
When I had this problem eventually we thought to Just hold in the lock button while I pressed cancel at the same time it seems to work hope it helps someone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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