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Hello and welcome to Just Answer. My name is Steve. Please give me a moment to review your range model.
Are you comfortable with removing the back panel of the range?
Ok, unplug the power to the range, remove the back lower panel and you will see a small motor that connects the linkage to the door lock.
You will want to gently turn the cam on that motor until the door unlocks. Sometimes those motors get stuck.
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Ok then. The motor can has switches on it. The cam has to be turned further to disengage the switches.
If doing so doesn't work, then one of the switches on the motor cam are probably bad.
Often, a bad switch has a button on it that is sunk in or depressed.
The overall issue you're experiencing is likely related to that assembly - the motor, the position of the can, or the switches, connecting wires, etc. In uncommon cases it is due to the electronic control. You'll want to make sure everything is checked around that assembly.