Question about Kenmore Cooktops
Clear the lock mechanism -- as indicated by the DOOR LOC light -- by pressing and holding in the oven door light switch for 20 to 30 seconds. While the switch is depressed, the latch motor will gradually withdraw the lock, allowing you to open your oven door.
Posted on Oct 09, 2018
I realize this is over a year old. I have the same unit with the same error code. Last night, mine made a popping noise followed by smoke and then displayed the 41 and all E's. I pulled the breaker immediately. I'm sure that at least one controller board is toast.
I called Sears and it is under warranty but for parts only, so I guess I will give them a call and schedule the repairman. This should be fun.
Anyone else experienced this failure??
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
You can do this by:
Check the oven display to see whether the screen says "LOC." When "LOC" is displayed, the oven lock is activated and the door cannot be opened. You need to make sure it is locked so you do not mistakenly lock the door.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
It could be a faulty switch, or a control panel. I would check the wiring first to make sure that everything is connected before I spent any money on it.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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