1. Remove the broil pan and grid, oven racks, all utanslis
and any foil that may be in the oven. Do not try to
clean utensils or any other objects In the oven during
a self-clean cycle. If oven recks
are left in the
during a clean
they will darkenj
hard to slide.
you choose to leave the racks In the oven, you can
polish the edges of the racks with steel wool and
apply a small amount of vegetable oil to the rack
edges after the self-clean cycle. This will make the
racks easier to slide.
2. Soil on the oven front frame, under the front edge of
the cooktop, the door liner outside the door gasket
and the front edge of the oven cavity (about 1" Into the
oven) will not be cleaned during a clean cycle (see
IIIuetretlon below). Clean these areas by hand before
starting a clean cycle.
Use hot water with a soap-filled steel wool pad, then
3. Wipe up heavy splllovers on the oven bottom. Too
much soil may cause smoking during the clean cycle.
4. Do not rubthe door gssket. The fiberglass material of
the gasket has an extremely low resistance to abrasion.
An Intact and well fitting oven door gasket Iseasentlal
for energy efflcisnt oven operetlon and good baking
results. If you noUce the seal becoming worn, frayed
or damaged In any way or If It has become displaced
on the door, you should replace the gasket.
gasket Is designed wnh a 5-6" gap at the bottom for
proper air clrcuisgon.
After a clean cycle, you may notice some white ash In the
oven. Just wipe It up with a damp cloth.
If white spots remain, remove them with a soap-filled
steel wool pad.
Be sure to rinse thoroughly.
deposits are usually a salt residue that cannot be re-
moved by the clean cycle.
If the oven Is not clean after one clean cycle, the cycle
may be repeated.
NOTE: Your oven light should be OFF during a self-
clean cycle to prolong the Ilte of the bulb.
This range has a fan that will turn "ON" and
"OFF" by Itself to keep the electronics cool.
Sometimes It will run after the range has been