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Cleaning the oven without the clean mode

What do I clean minor spills with, if I don't want to CLEAN it?

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use cleanser and cloth and manually clean it with your hand. be careful though.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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How to clean my jen air built in oven


For basic cleaning, use a non-abrasive cleanser or detergent and water. Clean the oven frame, oven door outside of the gasket and the gap in the gasket. (Don't clean the gasket.) With a damp sponge (with detergent if needed), wipe up any spills in the oven. (Sugary or acidic spillovers could damage the porcelain.) Wipe up any grease that spilled in the oven. Wipe the control panel with a damp cloth then dry. Clean the oven door with detergent and water. Clean the window or glass with detergent and water or glass cleaner. Use care to keep the water from seeping behind the window.

Next if you want to do a self-cleaning cycle. Remove the oven racks, the broiler pan and any other pans or items that are in the oven. Close the oven door. Press the Clean pad and then press Autoset(0) button to get the length of time to run the cleaning cycle. Press 2 or 4 to shorten or lengthen the cleaning cycle. After 5 seconds the door will lock and the cleaning cycle will begin. The door will remain locked until after the oven cools down (at least an hour after the cycle ends). Wipe up any white ash after the oven door unlocks. If you want the cleaning cycle to be delayed, press the Stop pad within 5 seconds of setting the length of the cleaning cycle. Use the number pads to set the time that you want the oven to end the cleaning cycle. (Make sure that it is later in the day with sufficient time to run the cleaning cycle.)

Most Jenn-Air manuals are available here: http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/product_literature/search.jsp?siteCd=JA_EN_US . The direct link to the manual for the JJW8530CAA is http://www.kitchenaid.ca/assets/pdfs/literature/JJW8527AAB.pdf .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Sep 11, 2011 | Jenn-Air JJW8530C Expressions Collection...

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How do you protect the seal when using the self cleaning process


When the door locks in self clean mode the gasket is compressed to keep too much heat from escaping. Over time they can get stiff and not compress as well.
If you spill something on the gasket try to clean it off before cleaning the oven as this will cause discoloration or stiffness. Otherwise, there really is nothing to do to protect the gasket. If it is compressed and stiff it should be replaced. Hope this helps.

Jan 04, 2011 | Maytag Ovens

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If i push the clean button, what happens?


Hi,
The oven goes on full balst and heats up to like 800 degrees to try to incinerate averthing that spilled or run over into the oven....the problem is that it also incinerates everything around your oven including the controls and wiring...do it at your own risk... it is on there because it sells ovens...
Before you go working too hard to get you oven to go into the self clean mode(self destruct)....check out this tip...

Self Cleaning Oven Problem


heatman101

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

Sep 07, 2010 | Frigidaire 30" Self-Cleaning Slide-In Gas...

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I bought a used 27" Thermadore double oven off Craigslist. (Loves me some Craigslist.) SS, convection, electric. Sticker on side indicates it was manufactured in 2001. I can't find the tag with model...


If Thermador kept the tag information in the same place, look at the bottom of or just below the control panel (front left hand side of the control panel (when facing the oven) where the cabinet curves).

The oven cleaners can damage the finish and parts of the self-clean oven. The damage may cause the oven to fail sooner than it would otherwise.

If you have a small spill that you want to clean without using the self-clean cycle, on a painted surface, use soapy water or Fantastick or Formula 409 applied to a clean sponge or paper towel and then wipe clean. If the spill is on a porcelain surface, wait until the oven is cool and use Bon-Ami or Soft Scrub on a clean sponge. Then rinse clean. For stubborn dirt, use a soap filled pad.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(Thermador has manuals on their website: http://www.thermador.com/SupportCenter/DocumentDisplay.aspx?menu_id=27&menulevel=0302&cat_id=687 )

Aug 05, 2010 | Ovens

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Model SVD48600 door won't open after clean cycle. Fan also locked on. Powered off overnight; no change: "Locked" still displayed


That is a very complicated unit for the average handyman. It has electronic controls and a relay board, sensors and a locking mechanism. First thing I would check is the locking mechanism and the switch on it. Do this first and let me know if you find one of the switches defective or shorted. While there, check the light switch which is bi-functional being used for the light and also to tell the ERC the door is opened or closed.

Jenn-Air self-cleaning ovens have a special setting that allows you to clean the oven without chemicals or scrubbing. The oven heats to a temperature higher than used for cooking. The intense heat burns food spills and other residue off oven's inner surfaces.

Instructions
1. Remove the broiler pan and any utensils to prevent them from being damaged. Take out the oven racks, since the high heat might discolor them.
2. Wet a cleaning cloth or sponge with hot water and detergent. Wash off splatters or spills from areas that won't be affected by the cleaning process, including the oven door liner and the oven's front frame. Wipe up any excess grease or spills on the oven floor.
3. Close the oven door and press the "clean" pad on the unit's touch pad.
4. Enter the amount of cleaning time. For example, two hours is appropriate for a lightly soiled oven, three for average and four for heavily soiled. Cleaning should start immediately. The oven will remain locked during the cycle.
5. To delay cleaning, hit the "stop time" pad and enter the desired stop time. For example, if it is 9 p.m. and you want the oven to clean for three hours starting at 10 p.m., key in the numbers 1,0,0.
6. While the cleaning function operates, use the scouring pads to wash the oven racks and other utensils. Once the cycle ends and the oven unlocks and cools, you can use a damp cloth to pick up any loose or burnt debris inside. Replace the racks, broiler pan and utensils.


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May 09, 2010 | Jenn-Air JGW8130DD Gas Single Oven

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Frigidaire double oven - stove top oven had a spill. The spill went through the bottom oven's door vents and is now in between the glass and I cannot get to it to clean. How can I get this glass clean?


I had a similar problem with a spill running into the vent and between the glass. I had to take the door apart clean it and then put it back together. It sounds hard, but it was just a few screws and a little time.

Jun 27, 2009 | Kitchen Ranges

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Kenmore 665.95029100 smokes (a lot) during self-clean mode. Have you ever heard of this?


Yes, you will get a lot of smoke if you have either waited too long to clean the oven or something has spilled in the oven and it was not wiped up in time. There is supposed to be a "smoke eliminator" element in the vent for self clean, if that element fails it can cause problems, but failure of the smoke eliminator is rare. Your issue may simply be that you need to run the clean cycle more frequently. You might have to put up with it once more and clean it up and then subsequent cleanings will not be as "smoky".

I hope this helps.

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Smoking Kenmore


Hello oliver909
Welcome,

You said,Smoke is coming out of the back of my gas Kenmore oven. Oven is clean - no spills/debris. Ran clean cycle and broiler did not smoke. Warmer drawer at bottom, so nothing spilled there. Soon as you turn it on, downstairs is full of smoke. Sometimes after preheat goes off, smoke clears and its fine. But I'm afraid to use it because last time I saw a flame inside.

If your afraid to use it, do not hesitate to call service. Nobody wants a fire!
Huuum

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Atlas La Stella double oven


Hello Roland,
happy to help you out!
You must clean by way of wiping excess spills and materials dripped or spilled before self clean is operated. Or there will be smoke even during the self clean process!
Also do not wait till there is build up galore to self clean your oven!
If you spill or splatted and drip in the oven that day,
start the self clean after you do the dinner dishes!
More info can be found int he owners manual!

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Hotpoint self-cleaning oven


  I believe they make an oven cleaner for self clean ovens.  Don't try regular oven cleaner.  Ruins finish.

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