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Door when you try to turn the oven on it shows door on the control panel and will not work, also the light wont go off i assume there is a sensor somewhere that tells the oven when the door is open. any suggestions? i have tried turning the breaker off to reset and looked the door and latch over fairly good. thanks mike

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The latch assembly should have a switch on it to indicate whether or not the door is open. Press in or sideways on the latch arm to simulate a door closed condition.

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