Model #9114832993 KENMORE Built-In Oven, Electric

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Q:

Oven door remains locked after cleaning cycle

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I can understand how frustrating it maybe when your appliance is not working correctly. I was able to find some general information that i believe may help.

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celene -
December 26, 2010
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You could have a problem with the electronic oven control board, a bad motor on the door lock assembly, a failed thermal switch in the door lock circuit or a wiring problem that is preventing the door from unlocking. A service technician is normally needed to diagnose and repair this type of failure. Here is a link for the Sears Service website: Sears Home Services .

I provided the technical information about the lock circuit in the image below. If you are advanced in technical skills, you may be able to diagnose and repair this problem yourself. NOTE: This information is intended for technicians. Follow electrical safety guidelines when using this information. Shut off the circuit breaker to disconnect electrical power before accessing internal components.

You can use this technical information to check the wiring connections and the condition of the thermal switch in that circuit.

If you need more help, reply with additional details and we will assist you further.

If you need parts, you can order them from the Sears PartsDirect website.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 28, 2010
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I have a Kenmore built in oven (model 9114742991). When trying to use the "clean" cycle, I received an "F2" error code. I cycled the breaker to see if this would help. The oven is no longer in the clean mode but it continues to give me the "door" error. Now, the motor for the lock mechanism runs continuously. I believe the correct switch for the lock mechanism is not making contact. If it is only a switch issue, it should be corrected by replacing the lock mechanism (contains both switches, motor, etc.) but I am concerned. Could the problem be something else such as the oven control board? How can I tell?

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udsmkh -
January 15, 2011
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For udsmkh: According to your description, I suspect that you are correct about the switch problem on the door lock assembly. I provided numerous images below from the technical information about this oven. This information should help you understand the operation of the door lock system so that you can properly check the door lock switches using a volt/ohm meter. NOTE: This information is intended for technicians. Follow electrical safety guidelines when using this data. Shut off the circuit breaker for the oven when accessing internal components. If you are not able to determine the cause of your problem using the technical information shown in the images below, I recommend that you have a Sears Service Technician examine the oven. I provided a link for the Sears Service website below. If you need more help, reply with additional details and we will assist you further.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
January 17, 2011
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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
January 17, 2011
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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
January 17, 2011
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