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Re: how to use self cleaning
It would be wise to not use the self clean mode. Many horror storys of controls costing hundreds of dollars to replace come to mind. The delicate electronics cannot stand the 900 degree 3 hour endurance of this. Why not get some green flavored easy off oven cleaner instead and save a lot of money. They have a new and improved easy off citrus based product that is deemed green and mean.
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Hello- First, I would not reccommend using this 'function'. The flashing indicates an error caused by a switch or board problem. "Self-clean", or as techs call it 'self-destruct', starts by locking oven with a little motor. The inside then heats up to around 800deg. Control boards and circuits tend to 'cook' along with any left-overs in oven. If you must use, have a good tech check it out thoroughly. The control for this range is about 400$. If it still functions ok other than in 'clean', ya should be good. let me know if this info helps- more if needed- Thanks- ED
You said , We lost the instruction manual...can someone show me how to turn on the
self-cleaning function on both the upper and lower ovens? Thanks, Steve
The instructions are to long to put in here and will not fit. so here is what you asked for at the original site. Whirlpool owns Maytag now so your manual is at this site and the cleaning page starts on page 12.