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Oven door during self cleaning mode

My Jenn Air SEG 196 will not let me lock the oven door during self cleaning mode. Both dials are on clean mode and when I move the lock switch to the right an awful buzzing sound happens until I move the lever back to the left. Thanks for your time. Vickie Roberts

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  • jhoagland Nov 25, 2008

    Same problem. On a 20-year old built in Jenn Air, with both dials set to "clean," the oven door lock makes a buzzing noise when we try to set the lock and will not engage. Thus, no cleaning cycle can happen. Would like to clean the oven soon before cooking a turkey, but I sure hope that we don't end up with the door luck stuck shut like many others note. Regarding that, the manual says the knobs must be on "clean" in order to disengage the lock.

  • sloube Dec 16, 2008

    My 11-year old dual-fuel SVD8310-C just did this today when I decided to clean the oven.

  • rain2 Jan 12, 2009

    My Jennair seg196 would not self clean after both dials were set to the cleaning setting. The lock engaged and not it will not open.

  • Anonymous May 12, 2009

    I have the same problem...horrible buzz, exact same symptoms.
    To make matters worse, shyster repairman sent by home warranty came out and fiddled with it for 5 minutes (did NOT open it up to inspect the latch mechanism/switches/solenoid), told me he needed to order a new latch assembly, and then told the warranty people the latch must be bent by excessive force (so they denied my claim). The visible latch is not bent in any way, and once I educated myself as to what parts were involved, there is NO WAY he could diagnose the problem without opening up the stove. I need to know how to open this thing up to inspect the parts.

  • cleftrock May 12, 2009

    I too have a SEG 196 and it does the same thing as jhoagland's. I cannot figure out how to open it up to access/inspect the solenoid and other parts.

    A crooked repairman for the home warranty company came out and fiddled with the latch arm for 5 minutes, tried to get it to lock, and then wrote up a bogus report to the warranty company that the latch was bent due to excessive force (so they won't cover). He did NOT open up this oven to inspect the parts at all, and the visible part of the latch is not even bent! Warranty co. is sending out another contractor tomorrow for 2nd opinion at my demand, but that company has an F rating with the better business bureau! Help!

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Hi there sounds like a faulty door interlock!!!!
have you tried just leaving the cooker on self clean as some models will lock them selfs.

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