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I have a GE jkp20 wall oven and the door is locked, I tried to use the self cleaning option the other day and it didn't clean it an the door remains locked, w/ locked door flashing. I held the min &hour buttons for 3 secs. and it will only flash loc on& loc off.

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You need to get a tech ,you cant correct this

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