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Jenn-air gas electric grill range

After setting this range to the self-cleaning cycle, and running through it, we cannot get the oven door to open; it remains locked. This happened to us on Thanksgiving afternoon. Talk about frustration!

So how do we get our door to open?

Jenn-Air Gas-Electric SVD48600. After self-cleaning cycle, the oven door won't open. It has been 8 hours since the end of cleaning cycle.

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Any power to unit at all?? clear, start, clean ,button?? what happens when you push them??? clock on?what happens when you try to set to clean again??? it should activate hte door lock latch at which point cancel and it should reset itself. with any luck! what happened thankgiving how was it fixed

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