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fedex42

05:47AM | 11/13/10
Member Since: 11/08/10
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I have a GE xl44 stove model number JGBP35GEP6WG and wife used the self-cleaning and then we tryed using oven and all it says on screen is door.The door lock unlocked just fine after claening was done...but now the bake or the Broil wont work. self cleaning still works is there a switch under the top that went bad...thanks...

DanO

08:13AM | 11/13/10
Member Since: 11/11/02
2293 lifetime posts
** The door lock unlocked just fine after cleaning.tried using oven and all it says on screen is door. **

It sounds like the control 'thinks' the door is still locked. If the door isn't locked than there could be a problem with one of the switches on the door latching mechanism (see the following link) or the wiring doing to that switch so the control can't determine the correct latch position.

LINK > GE JGBP35GEP6WG Door Latch Switch

Actual investigation will likely be needed to determine if either is the cause in your case.

JMO

Dan O.

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11:27PM | 03/22/13
Lift the top of the stove off by "popping" it free with a screw driver on both sides. Remove about a 6" x 8" panel that will expose the door switch. It may be sticking in a position that it prompts the door message. Nudge the metal tab on the door switch back into position, if it isn't returning back and forth, replace it or don't use the cleaning lever again.
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