I accidentally hit clean instead of clear. I got the clean function to stop before it inciderated my bread, however I can't get the oven door open. I cut off power to the stove for 5 minutes hoping for reset. Nope. I did hit clear and many combinations of buttons.
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If you've interrupted the clean cycle or have accidentally set the clean
cycle with the oven door open, the latch may have engaged and now the door can't
be closed because it will hit the latch. There may be a door activated switch on the front face of the oven. In this case you may need to manually
press that door switch with your finger while at the same time canceling the
clean cycle to get the latch to retract so the door can close fully again.
The board is either confused and you can just unplug this unit and let it sit for 30 minutes then plug in and reset. its possible, it will be okay....or did you actually clean the oven and the door opens , but lock light is lit? if this is the case and it cleaned, and you can open the door. I'dsay you have a problem in door latch to door light switch causing this condition
try to hold in on the oven light switch plunger that the door would hit if it was closed properly. what you probably did was to pull the door open while it was trying to lock. once you hold the plunger in, then hit the clean cycle again and then push to cancel button to get the door latch to unlock the door. it may take a minute or two but that should clear up the error code and let you use the oven again. next time if you push the clean by mistake, just let it go and then when it says "locked" just push the cancel button. it will unlock and be ready to use.
Is the display showing E0-F5?
The Self-Cleaning latch may be interfering with the oven
door causing the Self-Cleaning cycle not to work. If the oven door is
open and will not lock, press Stop/Clear to clear the display, press
and hold the door switch plunger (located in the upper-right corner of
the oven front), and the door latch will unlock. If the oven door is
closed and locked, press Stop/Clear to clear the display; apply
pressure to the upper-right corner of the oven door, and the door will
unlock. Is the display showing E"#"-F"#," for example, E1-F2?
You will need to schedule service.
I had the same problem on my Kenmore Electric Range. Door would not unlock. Tried pressing "Off" for multiple seconds, but still would not unlock. No error codes. Clock was displaying normally. Finally decided to try running it thru the self cleaning operation to get it to cycle thru locking and unlocking the door. When I started self clean, the door automatically went thru the auto lock and "locked" appeared in the display. I then hit "Off" to clear it and stop the cleaning cycle. The door then unlocked as normal!
what do you mean locked accidently if if the door is locked and 3hrs is on the display hit start then cancel if the door showes locked and is not (you can still open the door)push in on the door switch by hand and push cancel let me know