Commission and Operation
Selecting and Starting a Program
Touch the "ON" ("ON/OFF" on double ovens) control.
Select the desired function (e.g., BAKE).
Select the desired operation from the submenu (e.g., CONVECTION BAKE).
Select the temperature (e.g., 425°F).
Turning Off the Appliance
To turn off the oven, touch the "OFF" ("ON/OFF" on double ovens) control.
The oven will turn off and the time of day will appear in the display.
If the oven should lose power during operation, a "Power Failure" message is
displayed, as shown in Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-1: "Power Failure" Message (H 39x Display Shown)
This message is displayed to advise that the incoming power was disrupted
(power failure, etc.). It does not require any type of technical service.
The "Power Failure" message can be cleared via the following procedure:
Turn the oven on by touching the "ON" or "ON/OFF" control.
Turn the oven off by touching the "OFF" or "ON/OFF" control. The
Self-Clean Function ("P" Models Only)
When the self-clean function is selected, the oven is heated to very high
temperatures to burn off any residue inside the oven cavity.
The self-clean function is not a timed function and its duration is based on the
amount of soiling inside the oven cavity. Total time will vary depending on the
condition of the oven interior.
Once the self-clean program completes and the oven cools, wipe the interior
with a damp cloth to remove any remaining residue.