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Is the door locked? if it is it won't close all the way if it was in the locked position before it was closed. like if it was programmed for "self clean" without the door being closed, the lock would be engaged still.
Most likely the door for your kitchen range has a sensor that is not allowing it to heat up because it detects that the door is not closed.
I would suggest you consult help from a certified technician by the manufacturer of your Kitchen range that way they would also be able to check other possible faults on your kitchen range and replacement parts would be 100% compatible.
Hi, the error code "dE" signifies a door open error. This may simply be because the door is not all the way closed. This indicates that the washing machine door is not shutting, locking or opening. This means that there is something faulty with the door switch and locking mechanism . You should get this replaced or you may have water where you do not want it, though it could also represent a number of other problems. There may be a faulty door switch, a malfunctioning electrical connection or a damaged gasket.
Unplug the machine. You can open the door by removing the lower panel and reaching inside and up towards the door lock. You will feel a small, round, plastic piece that is attached to the lock assembly. Pull it and open the door. Once open, plug the washer back in a try to see if it will allow a cycle to start again, AFTER you have removed your clothes. Thanks
Check the seal in the corners on the side of the door your hinges are on, ya may need to tack it down with crazy glue, but usually it'll curl in the corners preventing door from closing or pop open after you walk away
I fixed the automatic oven door lock on my oven. While the door was open, I pushed the button on the upper left hand side a couple of times (the one that senses when the door is closed.) Then I was going to call the repairman when the door closed! I had to run the self clean cycle again to get the lock light to go off, but it worked!