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Roper display says "door" oven will not work

I have an old Roper F9257LO model with digital display. After having run the timer for cooking something, when the oven turned off it will not allow work. The display just says "door". We have tried the breaker, checked the door, etc.. The top buners work as well as the clock. Can not get the over to work on bake or broil. Display keeps going back to "door"

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  • lionhrtma Dec 06, 2007

    I threw breaker left off for while turned back on, still says door when oven turned on. I interupted a clean cycle by accidently hitting the cancel button when wiping down the top of the stove. Never saw a clean cycle that could be interupted before. Oven hasn't worked since. I tried to finish clean cycle, but it was reset to 3 1/2 hours and didn't want it to run that long. Only had about an hour left on clean and it was clean.

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It sounds like your door switch

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