Question about Jenn-Air JES9860 Electric Kitchen Range
The clean cycle requires both heating elements to run at the same time.
Since your oven is a 220volt, each heating element will require their own 110v source to heat the oven. This means that the stovetop elements will need to be disabled to prevent the breaker from tripping since the cleaning cycle requires a lot of electricity to do it's job.
There is not enough wattage left over to both clean and cook, this is why cleaning is recommend during a time in which you will not be using your oven.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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