Question about Whirlpool 30" Self-Cleaning Freestanding Electric Range - White-on-White
There is something wrong with the model number you've provided. Generally, there is often a door latch to move. Many older units have a door shield which needs to be positioned before starting to protect glass. Set the length of time you'd like the unit to run and set the control to clean. You may also have to set the temperature to clean. If you have a mechanical timer, set it so the stop portion is about 2.5 hours later than the time you're starting the cycle.
If you get the correct model number, you can get access to the manual at whirlpool.com
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