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sounds to me like bottom hinges are set to close to oven/ need spacers so oven door closes flat top and bottom at moment it seems that bottom is to tight before oven door is closed ,try fitting spacers behind hinge fixings at bottom, good luck
On this double oven, each door has it's own latch
mechanism that consists of a motor, a position switch, and the door
switch used to activate the cavity lights. Because the error indicated a
latch failure (and the bottom door was locked), Start by cycling
the power to the unit. Each time the power is removed and then applied
to these ovens, both latches will lock then unlock the doors to ensure
they are in the home open position. By doing so, you might be able to get the
bottom oven door opened allowing me access to the latch assembly. With
the latch removed, I try to begin a clean cycle so you could watch the
motor operate and you will probably find that it will start to turn, but never would rotate
enough to lock the door. Since the position switch was not actuated at
the end of the motor operation, the F5 E1 error was again displayed. Replace the motor assembly E
The F9 code indicates there is a problem with the door lock.
Try disconnecting the power to the range for 10 seconds and reconnecting. Open the oven door and hold the door switch plunger in while you try these things. Put the control into clean for 5 minutes then cancel clean. You must hold the door switch plunger in for the 5 minutes.
Try canceling the clean cycle without putting the control into clean.
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Either BOTH cannot clean at the same time b/c they heat to 700deg and use alot of power, OR the 'Door secure' signal from the bottom oven is not getting to the controller. I suspect if that is the case, the switch is on the inside of the door, activated by the LOCK lever moving into locked position. It may be a beny switchlever, mis-adjusted LOCK lever or solenoid or disconnected wire.
If you leave the TOP open and force a clean, does the bottom lock and do nothing? (My other theory)
iodine, open the upper oven, look thru the grill below the control panel on the right side and there is your model number. The issue here is that when the power came back on the oven run thru a test and your lower lock motor has failed. It will need to be replaced. Yes the only way to stop this is to shut off the breaker.