My bottom oven when using the self clean feature continues to run indefiniently. The door lock lights blinks and then it eventually locks and starts the cleaning feature. After it is done it won't stop. I've had it run for more than 6 hours. I eventually for to turn the circuit breaker off until it stops. I call for a repairman but the full Model number does not appear on the side panel. I've only been able to get the full ID number because it has worn off. I think the No. is JKP45WOV1WW???? Unfortunetly the repair man said that he cannot or the door lociking mechanism with out the model number. Can anyone help? Any suggestions on how to better raise the ID. no. that has mostly worn off?
Solution: The door lock needed to be replaced. But without being able to read the model number on the side of the oven, I would not be able to order parts. I tried everything to make the writing stand out more but could not. I eventually found the manual that came with the wall oven. It would be nice to find a medium that fills in the etched in model no. to be able to read it better.
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Try unplugging power cord or trip circuit breaker, to cut the power to the appliance, then wait one or towo hours for the oven to cool down completely.
If the door stays locked, then there is a fault, probably a faulty temp probe that had blown because of high temperatures generated on self cleaning, or a defective control assembly. In that case you will need to call a technician to take apart the oven and fix the fault. Enter model number here to find assembly diagrams and parts.
This sounds like a loose connection (solder joint) on the main control board. I had one that had a similar problem. checked the price of a control board $350. I took the control panel off, took the board apart and found a loose connection on one of the relays. resoldered the bad connection. oven works fine now.