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I have a 1960s ge P7 self cleaning wall oven that's making a loud buzzing noise when it is on to bake. It makes no noise when it's in the cleaning mode. How do I stop the noise when the oven is on?

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wait untill oven has colled down to room temp and press latch release button and hold in while slideing latch to unlock

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