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Cleaning and Maintenance
Cleaning
Self-Clean
During Self-Clean,
the oven is heated to a very high temperature.
Soil is burned off
at this temperature.
IMPORTANT:
Wipe out excessive
spillage before self-cleaning
the oven.
IMPORTANT:
Do not clean parts or accessories
in the Self-Clean
oven.
To set the self-clean
mode:
1.
Remove
all accessories
and racks from the oven.
2.
Turn the Heating
Mode Dial to Self Clean.
"Self Clean",
"Cook
Time"
and the corresponding
arrow appear
in the display:
Note:
Avoid
These
Cleaners
Cook
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Time
U U : U U
Self
Clean
Cook
Time
.
Turn the settings
dial to set the cleaning time. Select 2:30 hours for a heavily
soiled oven. Select 1:30 hours for a lightly soiled oven.
Self-Clean
starts after a few seconds.
The arrow next to Cook Time disappears
and the oven door is locked.
To cancel Self-Clean,
turn Cooking
Mode Dial to "Off".
Once the oven is cool, "Self Clean"
disappears
and the arrow next to Cook
Time
reappears.
The oven door is unlocked when "End" appears
in the display.
Wipe remaining ash from the oven using a moist cloth.
The oven light cannot be turned on during self-cleaning.
The special heat-resistant
enamel and the polished components
in the oven can
become discolored
over time. This is normal and does not affect operation.
Do
not use scouring
pads or abrasive
cleaners to treat discolorations.
In double oven models, Self Clean is only available for one oven at a time, and
the other oven must be turned off.
Do not use commercial
oven cleaners
such as Easy Off®. They may damage the
oven finish or parts.
Never use scouring
pads or abrasive cleaners.
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