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Do you have the make and model number? Is it door closed and locked?
Whirlpool. Sorry I thought they would have informed you what www, I went in under. Thanks.
Your lock assembly is number 40 on this diagram, what you need to do is pull the range out unplug it and on the back left corner you will see a cover over this assembly, it'll have a rod that goes to the heart that locks the door, you will need to take the lock motor off and turned this by hand until the rod unlocks the door and the micro switch is in the proper position so the oven will run, then you will need to replace the lock assembly when it comes in, you can order this @ http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Door-Lock-Motor-and-Switch-Assembly/1206477?modelNumber=RF265LXTB3 here's the diagram,
hope this helps well wishes and happy holidays, thanks, Bryan
Yes I got your question, did you get my answers,? What you need to do is get the microswitch on the door latch assembly into the position where you are able to use the oven in other words the microswitch has to be out, the little nub has to be out so the switch sends power back to your clock and you're able to use the oven again, the switch is probably pushed in at this point and needs to be out, it's kind of hard to explain but when you look at these pictures you will see two microswitch is of course you only have one on your assembly but you can see on the right side the nub is sticking out that's in the out position that's the way you switch has to be it's probably pushed in by the cam you need to get that switch in the out position, thanks Bryan
That's F5E1 and that's a door lock mechanism ,