GE Range Auto-clean cycle interlocks???

The auto-clean cycle has an interlock on the door lock to prevent opening it while the auto-clean cycle is active. A new symptom is the lock will not engage to allow the clean cycle to start unless the oven is totally cold. This obviously isn't as efficient as it would be if could still start the clean cycle after a cooking operation where the cooking heating is a good preheat for cleaning. That is, until recently, one could always simply press the interlock button and lock the oven after baking and then go ahead and do a clean cycle. Now have to wait until the oven has completely cooled to room temperature before it will lock.
Question is, anybody have/know of where can find/know about the interlock circuit to troubleshoot?
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