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Before You Call For Service - Maytag CRE9830BCE Owner's Manual

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BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE
Check
these
points
if...
Part or all of your
electric
range
does not operate
• Is the range
plug loose
or disconnected
from
the
eleetricJ
outlet (if not wired
direct
to the electrical
supply)?
• Are
any house
fuses
blown
or circuit
breakers
tripped?
• Has the power supply to the home been intemlpted?
• Are the oven controls properly
set?
• Was the door left in the locked position
following
a
self-dean
cycle?
• Is the oven set for a programmed
operation?
Surface
elements
fail to turn
on or heat the food
properly
• Is the range
plug loose
or disconnected
from
the
electrical
outlet
(if not wired
direct
to the electrical
supply)?
• If the range
has coil elements,
are they
properly
plugged into the receptacles?
• Were appropriate
pans used? (See "Cooking
Made
Simple"
booklet.)
• Are the surface element
controls properly, set?
• Is the
self-clean
cycle
operating
and therefore
overriding
the surface
cooking
abilities
(Canadian
ranges only)?
Food not baking
correctly
• Are the oven racks properly
placed
for baking?
(See
Rack Positions,
pages 10-11.)
• Have you used alumim_m
foil correctly?
• Was the oven preheated
as recommended?
• Are the controls
for bake operations
properly
set?
• Is there
1 to 2 inches of space between
pans and the
oven walls? Are the range aid oven racks level?
• Was good
cookwareibakeware
of the proper
size
used? (See "C_.Mdng
Made
Simple"
booklet.)
• Are you using a tested
recipe from a reliable
source?
The oven thermostat
on your new range may be more
accurate
than the one on your old range.
• Was the oven vent covered
or blocked
on the range
sLlr_ace?
• Did you check the food at the minimum
cooking time
to avoid overb_ddng?
For Conveetion_
• Did yon reduce
oven temperature
by 25°E?
Food
does not broil
properly
• Are the
controls
for broiling
set properly?
(See
Broiling section, page 12.)
• Was the proper
rack position
used?
(See Broiling
section, page 12.)
• Did you allow time for the broil element
to preheat?
• Was the broiler pan received
with the range used?
• Was aluminum
foil used
on the broiler
pan insert
blocking the slits for fat drainage?
• Was the correct
eleetric voltage available?
Oven
light does
not operate
• Is the bulb loose or burned
out?
• Is the light s_4tch in the On position?
Oven will not self-clean
• Is the self-clean
control
set properly?
(See Self-Clean
instructions,
pages 14q5.)
• Is the oven set for a programmed
oven operation?
Oven
door won't latch
• Are the proper
controls set for the self-clean
cycle?
(See Self-Clean
instructions,
pages 14-15.)
Oven door will not unlock
• Has the self-clean
cycle been finished
for at least one
hour?
"F" plus a number
appears
in the display
* These
are fault codes.
If a fault code appears
in the
display
and
a continuous
beep
sounds,
press
the
CANCEL
pad. If the fault code reappears,
disconnect
power
to the range
and
call a qualified
service
technician.
Cooling
fan sound
(slide-in
models)
• A fan will automatically
turn
on when
the oven is
operated
to cool the clock controls.
This is normal.
The fan may continue
to run even after the oven is
turned off.
Convection
fan not operating
during
convection
cooking
• Are the controls
for convection
set properly,?
(See
pages 10-11.)
For
further
assistance
contact
your
Maytag
dealer
or call Maytag
Customer
Service:
U.S.
1-800-688-9900
CANADA
1-800-688-2002
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