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Re: maytag gemini M# MER6769BAQ
Turn off the circuit breaker to the oven for a minute. This will reset it. This little trick works on most ovens that are locked. The oven should cool for at least two hours before doing this. Let me know if this works. Because there is still an issue of it locking again
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Error F9-5 in
your Maytage Gemini means Latch unlock lower and is displayed due to
obstruction in door lock mechanism. If after cleaning the door lock mechanism
the problem is still there then replacing the door lock mechanism is
recommended repair. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.
That code is for obstruction in the lower door lock mechanism. You need to check for a obstruction in the lower door lock. The next step would be to disconnect the power for a few minutes then turn it back on and see if the code reappears.
stop pushing all the buttons. Turn the power off for a few min. It should un lock when power is back. If not set clock, set oven into clean cycle, wate a few min then hit cancle. wate till door unlocks. If nothing happens make sure you dident hit the child lock button. It looks like a pad lock on touch pannel. push and hold it to unlock. Re try clean cycle. let it lock then wate ,then cancle .
Usually, starting with a COLD oven, turn the self clean on. Wait 3 minutes, then turn it off [cancel] WAIT 1 minute at least, do not immediately pull on the door. This should reset the lock sync. If you cannot get it open still, you may have a faulty sensor that thinks the oven is overheated, or at this point you could have a bent actuator rod from all the tugging!
its related to the self clean ltach motr, if you pull hte unit out and drop teh rear panel, approx halh way down on theright side( when behind unit) thers asmall lock mechinisn mavbe 1.5 round, with a connecting rod 2 wires and a witch, well that motor sometimes as it heats looses connection with the switch. the switch is monitoring door positoin so if it loses contact it thinks the door is open and will trigger a code. the entire latch is replacabel (FRont to back comesa sone assy latch motor swittch and rod. 2 wires connect it and 2 screws(by front latch secure it. if youtry to replaceit your self i giveyou the heads up to lie a yard stick on top of latch before removing old latch (thos will keep the insulation in place) andthen when installe ing new latch also use hte ayrd stick ontop to keep insulation inplace!!!!!
Close door on lower oven (upper oven is not self clean). Press "Clean" pad. Press More pad or Less Pad. H is 4 hour clean, M is a 3 hour clean cycle and L is a 2 hour clean cycle. The door will lock and cleaning will begin. Good Luck!