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Based off the information you have provided your Frigidaire oven door will not open after it has cooled down. I would hold down the clear or cancel button for ten seconds that should release the door. If that does not work I would perform a reset on your oven and you can do that by disconnecting the power from it for approximately ten minutes. You can also perform another self-cleaning cycle and before it starts cancel the self-cleaning and then wait for ten seconds and the door should release. If you follow these steps and the door does not open it could be a faulty door latch and that would need to be replaced by a technician. Best of luck! -Matt
Hello - Try resetting the unit by either unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker off. Wait approximately ten minutes and turn the range back on. This will clear most false error codes. If error code still displays on panel, I would suggest contacting a professional to move forward accurately. The unit could possibly have a faulty light switch, door latch or EOC.
If the lock does not open after the oven has cooled down, then try this: First, unplug the range or shut off the circuit breaker for ten minutes. Plug the range back in or turn on the circuit breaker. Set the clock and try moving the door lock lever or opening the door. Next, set the self-clean cycle again and only allow it to work for twenty minutes. Cancel the self-clean cycle and allow the oven to cool. Gently try moving the door lock lever or opening the door
Your heater is probably equipped with a bimetal thermal switch to prevent overheating and, if it is like most made in China now, it is defective or at least highly inaccurate.
If you can locate the device, using a metal shield to divert some of the heat will help it serve its original function as a safety.
Look for a thick (4-5 mm), button-like device with two terminals and a diameter of 1.5-2.0 cm.
This point of failure is shared with a majority of drip coffee makers that fail way too early.
1. Faulty thermostat. 2. Faulty thermal cut out switch. (controls power to cooling fan). 3. Faulty cooling fan (not fan inside oven).
Test thermostat by setting thermostat to low temperature like 60 oC. If oven gets much hotter then its a faulty thermostat. To test cooling fan and thermal switch take oven out and remove top or rear panels to expose components. When oven gets hot the cooling fan should turn on. If it doesn't then check to see if there is a mains voltage present. If mains current exist but fan is not turning then replace fan. If mains voltage is not present then its the thermal switch.
We have the same problem with our oven, AEG B2190-1.It started on on Christmas day[worst day of year]gets up to temperature after 10-15 minutes cuts out everything switches off until the oven has cooled down, The oven is only 18 months old. We have been told that it is a thermostat problem.
this is probably the thermal cut-out causing the problem. not sure where it is located but possibly on the roof of the oven or in the rear casing near the fan. however, the cause may be lack of ventilation to the unit as a whole