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I was setting the clock on my maytag model # PER4311ACW stove/range and then a code "5 A6" popped up on the display and now the oven won't turn on altough the stovetop still works and the display is frozen. How can I make the stove work properly again?

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If your code is SaB i just did this myself....i accidentally turned on the sabbath mode. I fixed if (after 2 days of trying) by holding down the cancel button for about 5 seconds, and then the clock button for about the same.

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Amanda's solution above worked....yay!

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I have the same problem. oven will not work. code 5 a6 is on stove display. can some one help me with this problem.

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