Question about Kitchen Ranges
Helllo,If you have a oven that will not unlock after the cycle you have a few things you can try.
First make sure that you wait long enough before you try to open the oven. If it has not cooled completely it will not open. Do not run a clean cycle when you do not have the time to let it cool completely before you need it. Sometimes if you cycle the power to your oven off and then on again you can reset the oven and it will open. Turn off the breaker to your oven for a good minute or two before reapplying the power again.
If this fails to work then check your manual for instructions or to get a factory service number. They should be able to give you the information you need to open your oven.
the f1 code is a clock failure and you will need to replace it.after this is done,your oven will work as perfect as it was.
WISH YOU GOOD LUCK,
Posted on May 07, 2010
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