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Model #GJSP84902 I turned on the self-cleaning cycle and then immediately pressed off. It said END & locked. Then the message E1-F5-locked is displayed on the screen. I tried pressing all the buttons and nothing happens. This happened yesterday morning and it still says the same message this morning.

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