Question about Ovens
Most oven door locks are set at a specific temp to lock and unlock, usually between 180 and 220 degrees. If the door has locked and then unlocked ok there is not a fault it is a safety feature. If it has locked and has stayed locked then you may have a problem with the stat linked to the lock mechanism or the mechanism itself. If it is still working ok then there isn't a problem.
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Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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