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Re: The door came off.
On the door by the hinges there are levers that keep the door on the range. You must pull the hinges down away from the door far enough to move these levers towards the door so that when you let go of the hinges the levers will catch on the frame of the door. This will take a considerable amount of force. I suggest using pliers to do this.
Then grab the door firmly and insert the hinge hooks as far into the slots as possible. then open the door completely . Then move each lever up and against the body of the range. Close the door and all shouild be ok.
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The oven has internal fan at back of oven encircling the element that should get reshot when stat turned up high. Also there is cooling fan under lid to keep the wiring area cool.This should stay on for around ten - fifteen minutes after cooking finished. David "The Famous Forry"
User manual says that the oven must cool off. I am sure this is not the case. Try starting the oven self clean function, and then clear/off to stop the function. Since the oven is cool, perhaps the oven will unlock.
Finally, you could try turning off the circuit breaker and then back on to see if it unlocks - unfortunately you will have to reprogram everything. All else fails, call a technician.
It is not a matter of adjusting the doors. It is a matter of adjusting the legs so that the front legs are taller than the back. This causes the entire refrigerator to tilt toward the back, which is what makes the doors close by themselves. Your installer should have done this for you, as it differs between locations. It takes at least 2 people to do this: one person tilts the refrigerator back by pushing on the front of the freezer door, and the other person carefully rotates the front legs of the refrigerator until they lengthen about 1/2 inch - each! You might have to slide the whole refrigerator forward to give you some space behind it to allow tilting. Don't adjust the rear legs - not needed unless someone has unthreaded them in error, or for some unknown reason.
you should find the model number between the bottom of the griller door & the liner .. silly place really to get at... as you cannot remove the grill door as you can the oven door.
we have just rebuilt one from two we acquired ... best oven ever .... there will be a few different models as these were produced & cosmetically changed over a 20 yrs period. Ours now looks like a brand new oven as they are REAL baked enamel ... you can clean with caustic based product without any harm.
I am searching for a manual if anyone has one mine is 67/wdl.v.81.fo I presume the 81 in the number denotes 1981 manufacture.
Don't be fooled if you find the oven does not heat at some stage & everything else works ... this is usually after a cleaning & the auto on & off timer has been activated ...just a matter of setting back to manual mode.
Hope this helps although you have probably solved by now having posted in April 11.
Anyone have a manual for this model would be appreciated .
I just had this issue happen to me last week.. fortunately I was
standing in my kitchen when it happened... I heard a snap and then a
piece fall down the inside of either the door or the front key panel..
I'm assuming this controlled the door locking/oven turning on safety
mechanism. The inside light wont go off and it won't turn on to cook.. I
am trying to figure out if it's worth paying to fix or just replace the
whole unit!? Anyone know if this is fixable by oneself rather than
spend a bunch of money on a service technician??
If you can push the latch in manually, press the clear button while the button is pressed in. If that doesn't clear it:
Try disconnecting the power at the breaker to reset any electronics that might be at fault. (Make sure there are no little graphics of a lock that appear on your screen. If there are and you can't find the source, the shut down should help.
There is sometimes a separate switch aside from the light switch the is on the front of the stove front or very close to the latch itself. Considering that the oven clean will work, if there is one, it appears that is working in the in position. Look around the latch and the front of the oven for any other switches. Clean it if you find a separate control so that it can pop back out when the door is open.
your oven needs two new hinges on the affected door. I have seen this problem many times, the internal stops on the door bend over time and cause the door to not close all the way. They are fairly easy to replace, you just have to split the door open to repalce em. Hope this helps!