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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Frigidaire---oven door locks.
I tried the door switch routine, and I tried turning the breaker off for an hour - no luck.
With power on, the stove was making a "rattling" sound, as it tried to unlatch, but couldn't.
With the breaker on, I tapped the door latch with a hammer (lightly!) to the left. It slowly moved to the left, and the "door locked" light went out.
But at least I can cook for 8 on Saturday.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
The little button with a padlock on the wall control is a "vacation" lockout feature that disables the remotes. There should be a small LED on the wall control that is always on steady. When the padlock button is pressed and released the LED should be constantly blinking (indicating the vacation lockout mode is active) and your remotes should be disabled. The wall control will still operate the door. Pushing the padlock button again should make the LED stop blinking and restore the door to normal operation.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
your model number confirms that your range was manufactured by WCI (Frigidaire). although this doesn't help you now, it may help if parts are needed.
now, there is an indepth guide online to fixing this common problem and I would like you to go through it and see if it helps you solve your problem.
If you have found this site previously then I apologise, if you still need help, by all means post again and someone more qualified may help.
Hope this is of use to you ;)
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
SOURCE: Garage Door Openenr Motor Buzz
Look at your manuel find the page that shows the limit access switch. (Unplug your opener.) It isn't really a switch, but the three white plastic screw like parts. The center has a brown wire connected to it, which has a metal piece that is as wide as all three white screws. The outside screws are your limit access stop guides, one for the up control stop guide and the other for the down control stop guide. If the center screw with the metal part gets caught behind on of the stop guides the motor will not engage. Gently move metal piece from behind the stop guide.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
I had the same problem happen tonight. I have an XL44 self-cleaning gas range. We unplugged it for several minutes and pressed 'cancel' a bunch of times--neither worked. We finally lucked out--opened the oven door and pressed a black button on the upper left side of the front of the oven. It turned out the flashing words and unlocked our door. Weird. There was nothing in the manual about this...
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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