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What to do when it says CLN on display

What do i need to do when it says cln on display, i know it means clean but, what do i need to clean, and how?

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  • Reilly534 Nov 24, 2008

    I too have the same problem. CLN keeps being displayed, but not sure what to clean or how to reset it

  • glj6 Jan 05, 2009

    I too have that problem, and have cleaned the lines with vineger and all, still flashes???

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Try cleaning the filter inside the water container.

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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How can I get self clean to start?


To Self-Clean Using AUTO-CLEAN

1. Press AUTO CLEAN.
2. Press the HOUR and MIN "up" or "down" arrow pads to set the desired self-clean cycle time.
3. Press START. The oven door will automatically lock. "CLn," "LOCKED," "ON," "CLEAN," the Cooktop Lockout icon, and the time remaining will be displayed.
4. When the self-clean cycle is complete "END" will be displayed, and "PUSH"/"OFF" will blink alternately.
5. Press OFF/CANCEL. "LOCKED," "END," and the Cooktop Lockout icon will disappear from the display. "PUSH"/"OFF" will stop blinking, and clock will show the time of day.
6. Once the oven is completely cooled, remove ash with a damp cloth.

I hope this helps and thank you for a model number that made this possible for me to assist you. Good Luck

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How do i use the self cleaning button?


Hello LaRetta Madsen, thanks for your inquiry!

I see your question is labeled under model GLEFZ384GC. On that model range in order to use self-clean you would need to remove all the racks from the oven. Then you would press "Speed Clean" for a two hour clean or "Clean" for a three hour clean. You would then use the "Up" or "Down" arrows to select the time. After these steps the display should read "Lock" then "CLn" and it would now be in self-cleaning mode. I have included a link for your manual if further assistance is needed. Hope this information is helpful. -Matt

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My menumaster UC11E2 continually shows "cln fltr"


The filter is on the buttom of the front door. take it out and wash it. Just look under the door.

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I have a self-cleaning oven. I follow the directions of pressing 'clean' then 'start'. The 3hr39min and cln and ON display. A few seconds later I get E1 -F5- and there is no cleaning in process. The...


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" Wish I had read this first. I never would have used the self cleaningoption. Thanks for the info!!

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Need to know buttons to press to self clean.


Taken from the Use and Care guide:

To clean and freshen the washer, perform the System Clean Cycle. For best results use the System Clean Cycle once a month. To begin the cycle, press and hold the Spin Speed and Options buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds until the display changes to "CLn".

IMPORTANT
Items left in washer while performing the System Clean Cycle will cause a severe out-of-balance situation that could damage the washing machine.

REMOVE ALL ITEMS FROM WASH DRUM before filling the detergent chamber with one (1) cup of liquid chlorine bleach OR one (1) pouch of TIDE® WASHING MACHINE CLEANER. DO NOT use both. Press Start/Pause to begin.

If the System Clean Cycle is canceled or paused during the cycle, the washer will go through 2 rinse cycles to clean the drum of any residual bleach before unlocking the door.

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When you turn on the oven, display reads CLN or F1.


that means the oven either needs cleaned or that the oven is stuck in cleaning mode i suggest unplugging it for a few hours or clean the oven

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Cln


hi b1johansen,
 cln refers to "Clean"....
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