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Can't use oven, displays CLN

I can't use the oven: when I try to set the temperature for baking, it displays 'CLN'; though I didn't set self-cleaning mode. I disconnected the range from power and reset the circuit breaker - it didn't help. The top elements work fine. Would appreciate any advice.

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  • Sashas Apr 08, 2008




    thank you. But I can't find the switch.

  • Sashas Apr 08, 2008

    Thank you. I can't figure out what you mean by #6 in the link you sent. Also, the part is made for Whirlpool - will it work for Amanda (if it's the problem)?
    Thanks again.

  • Sashas Apr 08, 2008

    everything seems to be fine - no burned or loose wire. Well, except for the wire that goes to the light indicator; it sort of nags behind the hole where the light cap (?) should be. I'm assembling everything back, may be it fixed itself...Thanks.

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To reset your oven

Most ovens usually have a reset switch within them

First remove the rear panel. Inside the rear panel is a set of purple wires toward the lower right. The purple wires join up at a small red reset button, which you can push. (I have not worked on this model but this is what other models have had that I have seen)

This switch is a safety feature on the oven

Let me know if this helps or not and I will see what else I can do to help you. Good luck and have a good day

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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    Benjamin Patri Apr 08, 2008

    are any of the above wires loose or does anything seem out of place? especially around the controls area and the board

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    Benjamin Patri Apr 09, 2008

    alright let me know if it fixed itself,

    Here is the company's phone number if it still isn't working

    800-843-0304

    maybe they know about the issue since everything we have tried hasn't worked. Very weird.

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Can you please give some more detail to assist you better

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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    Maanita Chadha Apr 08, 2008

    Please provide the make and the model number

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    Maanita Chadha Apr 08, 2008

    The oven door lock/latch motor assembly either go bad or get stuck to where it says "cln". I would check that first, its located in the back of the range, you would need to pull your range out from the wall, then remove the back access panel, its #6 here:
    http://www3.sears.com/imaging/ImageP...&...
    Also check the metal rod that attach's to it, to make sure its not jammed too.

    Here is the one for your model:
    Part#W10107820



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