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I have an electric Gemini that will work to cook, but neither the upper or lower will go into the cleaning cycle. When I push CLEAN there is a double deep, and nothing happens. I have tried to clean on the delayed cycle and that will not work either. Advice?

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    Thanks - unplugging it worked.

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The oven is not entering the clean cycle as it is not detecting the door/s locked. Check the continuity of door switch, if continuity is present then check the wiring of door latch assembly with control panel. Try and reset power to the oven and check, if this doesn't help then you would need to check the thermostat for continuity. Hope this helps... Please post back if you need more information.
Daniel

Posted on May 21, 2011

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