A very strange thing happened today and I was wondering if someone could help explain it. I was getting ready to cook a pork roast and I had pre-heated the oven to 450F. It's a 30inch Frigidaire self-cleaning oven and it's about 7 years old.
The roast was in a roasting pan on a rack and it had about 1 cup of wine in the bottom of the roasting pan. About 5 minutes after the roast was in the oven, the door suddenly burst open about 3 inches and flames shot out of the oven toward me while I was cutting some other food (I'm ok - just some singed arm hair). It was as if there was a mini explosion inside the chamber. The glass is fine - the oven worked fine after, and it was an outstanding roast.
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To have this cooked to a medium will be about 18 mins a pound. Cook a shallow pan at 325 for that amount of time. If you would like a crispy exterior then heat the oven to 450 put in the roast for about 20 mins then reduce heat back t 325 to complete cooking. Before you start rub the entire roast down with equal amounts of salt and pepper. LOTS OF EACH.
You will need to replace the burner switches for the burners that are not functioning correctly. It also sounds like you have a problem with the OCU (oven control unit), this part is known to consumers as the clock. Do a Google search for the model number and find a supplier for the parts. All three of these parts will easily cost over $300 all together. Also the model number you listed in missing the last 2 letters. Locate the sticker which contains your model and serial number. This sticker will be on the oven frame when you open your bottom drawer.
This is your igniting bar it regulates the gas and the start up of the oven. It is at the bottom of the inside of your stove and if you take off the cover you will see it. It is rectangular and when you try to start up the oven it glows orange. Change this and it should work fine.
I use mine al the time,there is alot of recipes availble on he internet. My favorite is brown ( dust in flour) a pork of beek roast Put sliced onions on bottom. add dry onion soup.water/ and or diced whole canned tomatoes. Season.Ber sure you have enugh liquid say almost 1/2 up your roast, you can add potaoes,carrots what ever. I used a canof cream of mushroom soup, nof water siced mushrooms and 2 pagages of brown gravy, beef It turnout like beef Stogonaf. can't rally mess up. Just have fun. Cook how ever much time you have. 4- 10 hours
Convection ovens are great for roasting!
I cooked a 15 lb stuffed turkey in 2 hours in mine. And it was juicy and fab!
My auto degree set for convection is 325.
I have a Jenn Air wall oven, so I don't know, it might be different for different brand.
Roast or bird should be in the middle of the oven. THe air has to circulate well to get best results.
I believe rule of thumb is a convection oven takes 1/2 LESS time than conventional.
Hope this helps.
F1 Defective touch pad or membrane Replace touch pad or membrane (this problem is usually the touch pad)
F1 Watchdog on board Replace touch pad or clock assembly (also called the ERC)
BUT you also need to check the Oven Temperature Sensors
The Oven Temperature Sensors should read room temperature, 70°F, the resistance is 1000-1200 ohms. make sure you pull off the wires to measure the sensor's resistance and it reads open it is bad. and you will have to replace it too. hope this helps.