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Hi, When door locks, This is when oven is in self clean mode. After the heat has cooled down the door should release again. If this does not work try turning the power off to the stove (breaker) This should reset the stove to normal. Call a repair man if this continues. Good luck.
http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Power-Cord/3202006/684 here's a picture of your cord,it's for a gas stove,it has a quick disconnect on it,pull out the bottom draw,follow the cord into the stove i believe it's on the left side,unplug it from the stove by pulling apart the quick disconnect and plug in the new cord,it's not an electric stove so yes very easy.
It sounds like the receptacle you plugged the stove into does not have any power coming to it. Check in your electrical panel to see if the breaker needs to be reset, or if the fuse needs to be replaced.
Hi . I would begin by pulling the stove out and making sure it is plugged in. If it is, unplug it and plug something else into the plug like a blow dryer to make sure you have power to that outlet. If there is no power, you have either blown a fuse or kicked a circuit breaker. Go to your electrical panel to replace the fuse or reset the circuit breaker. good luck.
somthing shorted those are easyer to repair because theres evidence some where.turn off power and surch 4 that burnt spot then repair accordingly.most common on electric stoves are the element shorting you would see blistering on the element.God bless,tom