How do you clean the oven of a Jenn-Aire self clean stove?
The instruction manual's ideas don't work. I tried 409 cleaner with paper towels covering the cleaner for several hours and then tried to wipe it clean and nothing happened. Even the dirty spots on the door don't come clean.
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I have been using the Lakeland brush on oven cleaner for ALL of the inside of the oven including the stay clean bits without any problems. With the 720, I just brush on the cleaner and follow the instructions. To answer you question, I don't actually lie upside down, you should be able to reach it fairly easily. You may need a number of attempts to get the worse of! Be careful of the thermostat sensor at the top rear right of the oven. It should be bright and clean but will not take any heavy handed cleaning, especially the thin wire leading to/from it. FYI the fan cover at the rear of the oven is held on by 4 self tapping screw and comes off/ goes back on with any problems.(The rear of the cover by the vents build up with grease). Don't use the cleaner on any aluminuim bits ( which includes the fan) as it harms it.
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.
We own a Jenn-Aire model W27400W oven. The display module has
gradually gone dim over a period of several months prior to the end of
the warranty, and the display is no longer visible. It is apparent
that several Jenn-Aire oven models use the same display. Does Anyone
else have the same problem, and If so, are they willing to join a
class-action suit against Jenn-Aire with us?
I did it by mistake. I tried to move the lever over and of course, it didn't open but went to restart. I hit the cancel button and then tried the door again and it opened. Yup, we all here feel likes dorks!
The filter in the jenn air can be run through the dishwasher. clean the outside of the oven as best as you can before you start the self clean cycle. NEVER!!! use oven cleaner inside a self cleaning oven. or on the gasket. . You can use a degreaser or oven cleaner on the cooktop on any stainless steel, procelain or chrome surface. Don't get oven cleaner on painted or aluminum surfaces. Rinse off very well.