TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
For Future
Reference
Important
......................................................................
Safety Instructions
Oven Control
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1
2 3
Panel ........................................................................
4_5
• Electronic Clock and Oven Control ........................................................
475
• Setting the Clock and Timer ..............................................................
Using Your Oven ...........................................................................
• Baking and Roasting ....................................................................
5
6_
6 7
• Broiling ...............................................................................
7
• Programmed
8
Oven Operations ............................................................
• Lower Oven Operation (select models) .....................................................
Cleaning ..................................................................................
• Self-Clean Oven ........................................................................
• Cleaning Lower Oven (select models) ......................................................
• Wail Oven Cleaning Chart ...............................................................
Maintenance
..............................................................................
• Light Replacement
.....................................................................
• Adjusting Oven Temperature
Before You Call for Service
Warranty
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9
9-12
9 10
10
11-1"2
1'2
12
12
13
Back Cover
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
Congratulations on your choice of a May-tag electric wail
oven. As you use your new wall oven we know you will
appreciate the many featnres that provide excellent
performanee,
ease of cleaning, convenience
and
dependability,
For future referent, e, keep this maunal in a convenient
location. Record the model number, serial nnmber and
purchase date of this electric wall oven in the spaces
provided. (This inlormation can be found on the data
plate located on the frame around the oven.)
Read this manual. New features have dramatically
changed today's cooking appliances and the way we
cook. It is therefore very important to understand how
your new electric wall oven operates. On the fi_llowing
pages yon will {_nd information regarding its operation.
By follo_qng these instructions carei\_lly, )*m will be
able to fully enjoy and properly maintain your new
ModelNumber
Maytag wall oven.
Purchase
Date
Serial Number
Save time and money'. Please take a momeut to
review the enclosed
booklet,
"Cooking
Made
Simple." _A,]mther you need assistat/ee in selecting the
right bakeware or reviewing the "dos and don'ts" of
baking, roasting and broiling, the answers are contained
i, this booklet. If something goes wrong, check the
"Before You Call for Service" section of this mamlal. It
is designed to solve common problems you may
enconnten
Should you have an)' quest ons about using your Maytag
wall oven, call or write us. Be sure to provide the model
and serial numbers of your wall oven.
BE
SURE
YOU
READ
THE
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
ON PAGES 2-3 BEFORE
YOU START TO USE THIS WALL OVEN.
NOTE:
For instructions on operating
packed w4th that model.
the microwave (Model CCE6800),
refer to the Microwave User_ Guide
PAG
IMPORTANT
Read all instructions
this appliance,
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
before
using
The following instructions
are based on safety
considerations and must be strictly followed to reduce
the potential risks of fire, electric shock, or personal
CAFTION:
Do not store items of interest to children
in cabinets above an appliance. Children climbing on
the appliance door to reach items could be seriously
injured.
About
Your
Appliance
injury.
Be sure appliance is properly installed and grounded by
a qualified technician,
To prevent injury or damage
to the appliance, do not use
appliance as a space heater
Do not attempt to adjust, repair, service, or replace any
part of appliance unless it is specifically" recommended
in this book. All other servicing should be referred to a
qualified servicer. Always disconnect power to unit
before any servicing by tripping circuit breaker to the
OFF position or removing the fuse.
to heat or warm a room.
Also, do not use the oven as
a storage area for food or
cooking utensils.
Keep the oven vent ducts
U N O B S T R U C T E D.
Locate and mark the breaker or fuse. Never replace a
blown fuse or reset a breaker until you know what has
caused the problem. Always replace a blown fuse with
one of the correct amperage.
Blockage of the vent prevents the proper oven air
circulation and will affect the oven performance.
Listen for fan. A fan noise should be heard during bake,
eonveet, broil aud cleaning cycles. If not, cancel the
operation and call a servicer.
To Prevent
Fire or Smoke
Damage
Remove 'all packing materials from the appliance before
operating it.
Flammable materials should not be stored in an oven.
Many aerosol-type spray cans are EXPLOSIVE
exposed to heat and may be highly flammable.
their use or storage near an appliance,
In Case
when
Avoid
of Fire
Turn offappliance
Do not touch a hot oven light bulb with a damp cloth as
the bulb could break. Should the bulb break, disconnect
power to flm appliance before removing bulb to avoid
electrical shoek.
Do not cover oven racks, the bottom of the oven or any
other part of the oven with aluminum foih This will
cause uneven browning and may result in a risk of
electric shock.
Cooking
to avoid spreading the flame.
Safety
Use
dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher or baking
soda to smother fire or flame. Never use water on a
Always turn off the oven when cooking is completed.
grease fire.
If fire is in the oven or broiler pan, smother by closing
Never heat an unopened food contaiuer. Pressure buildup may cause container to burst resulting in personal
injury or damage to the appliance.
oven door.
Use dry, sturdy potholders.
Child
surfaces may cause burns from steam. Towels or other
bulky items should never be used as potholders. Do not
let potholders touch hot heating elements.
Safety
Do not leave children alone or unsupervised
near the
Damp potholders
applianee when it is in use or is still hot.
Children must be taught that the appliance and utensils
Do not let grease or other flammable
accumulate in or near the appliance.
in it can be hot.
Children should be taught that an appliance is not a toy.
Children should not be allowed to phLvwith controls or
Loose
fitting
or loug
hanging-sleeved
apparel
should not be worn while
ether parts of the unit. Children should never be
_lowed to sit or stand on any part of the appliance.
cooking.
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_.-_2_
on hot
materials
Always place oven racks in the desired positions while
oven is cool. If a rack nulst be moved while hot, use a
dry potholder and avoid touching hot element in oven.
Cleaning Safety
Turn off all controls and wait for appliance pa_s to cool
before touching or cleaning them.
Use care when opening the oven door. Let hot air or
steam escape before removing or replacing food.
Clean only parts listed in this manual.
PREPARED
FOOD WARNING:
Follow food
manufacturer's
instructions. If a plastic frozen food
container and/or its cover distorts, warps, or is otherwise
damaged during cooking, immediately discard the food
and its container. The food could be contaminated.
....
Do not clean door gasket. The door gasket is essential
for a good seal. Care should be taken not to rub,
damage or move the gasket.
Self-Clean
Oven
Do not use oven cleaners of any kind in or around any
Do
NOT
TO C.
T.EOVEN
ELEMENTS,
AREAS
part
oftheself
cleau
oven
NEAR THE ELEMENTS
OR THE INTERIOR
SURFACES OF OVEN. Elements may be hot even
though they are dark in color. The interior surfaces of
the oven may become hot ei_ough to cause burns,
During and after use, do not touch or let clothing or
Before self-cleaning the oven, remove broiler pan, oven
racks, and other utensils, and wipe off excessive
spillovers to prevent excessive smoke or flare-ups.
CAUTION: DO NOT LEAVE FOOD OR COOKING
areas near
elements
or interior
surfaces
of oven
until
other
flammable
materials
contact
heating
elemeuts,
they 1-1avehad sufficient time to cool. Other surfaces of
the appliance may become hot enough to cause bums.
Among these areas are the oven vent opening and the
surfaces near opening, oven door, and oven window.
SELF-CLEAN
CYCLE.
UTENSILS, ETC.,
IN THE OVEN DURING
Do not allow aluminum foil or any other metal object to
contact heating elements,
Governor of California to publish
known to the State of California
reproductive harm, and requires
customers of potential exposures to
Utensil
Safety
Be sure utensil is large enough to properly contain food
and avoid spillovers,
Follow the manufacturer's directions when using oven
cooking bags.
Only certain types of glass, glass/ceramic, ceramic, or
glazed utensils are suitable for oven usage without
breaking due tn the sudden change in temperature,
This appliance has been tested for
using conventional cookware. Do not
accessories that are not specifically
this manual. Do not use add-on
THE
Important
Safety Notice and Warning
The California
Safe Drinking
Water and Toxic
Enforcement Act of 1986 (Proposition 65) requires the
a list of substances
to cause cancer or
businesses to warn
such substances.
Users of this appliance are hereby warned that when
the oven is engaged in the self-clean cycle there may be
somelowlevelexposureto someof the listed
substances, including carbon monoxide. Exposure to
these substances can be minimized by properly venting
the oven to the outdoors during the self-clean cycle by
opening the windows and/or door in the room where
appliance is located.
..................
safe performance
use any devices or
recommended in
oven convection
systems. The use of devices or accessories that are not
expressly recommended
in this manual can create
serious safety hazards, result in performance problems,
and reduce the life of the components of the appliance.
SAVE
THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
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OVEN CONTROL PANEL
Single Wall Oven
Electronic
Clock
and Oven Control
Styling and features may dit}br depending on the model you selected.
and
•
Pads
The electronic clock and oven control is designed fbr
•
ease in programming.
It is used for the time-of-day
clock, timer, bake, broil, programlned oven operations,
convection (select models) and self-clean functions. A
beep will sound each time a fimetion pad is pressed.
Press these pads to enter
desired.
The display w_ndow fcatures Indicator Words which will
tlash to prompt you when setting the oven.
The display on the control _ill tlash when power is first
supplied to the wall oven or if there is a power i:ailure,
Once the time-oi:-day clock has been set (see Setting the
Clock, page 5), the display will stop flashing.
The timer can be set from 1 minute to 1i hours, 55
minutes. It x_411count down by seconds (when set for 1
minute) or minutes (when set for 2 mimltes or more
time). See page 5 for instructions on setting the timer.
The following pads are found on your Maytageleetronic
clock and oven control:
Use this pad to set the time-of-day
clock. For
instructions to do this, see page 5.
You inay also press this pad to recall the current time of
day: For example, if tile timer is counting down in the
Cancel
Off Pad
Press this pad to cancel all operations except the timeof-day clock and timer,
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Timer
Clock
the time or temperature
Pad
Pad
display, press the CLOCK pad and the current time of
day will be displayed briefly before returning to the
timer display.
Cook
Time/Stop
Time
Pads
These pads are used to program the oven to start and
stop automatically, either immediately or at a later time.
For detailed information on using Programmed
Operations, see page 8.
Self
Clean
Oven
Pad
1. Press the TIMER pad once. The Indicator Word
TIMER will flash and "OHR:O0" appears in the
display.
The timer can be set from 1 minute up to 11 hours
This pad is pressed to set the oven for a self:dean cycle,
See pages 9-10 for detailed
clean feature,
information
on the self-
BroU Pad
Use this pad to select broil. See page 7 for more broiling
information.
Bake
To set the timer:
and 55 minutes.
2. Set the desired time using the • and • pads. (If
more than 15 seconds elapses between pressing the
TIMER pad and the • pad, the TIMER pad must
be pressed again.)
Pad
The oven temperature is set by pressing this pad and
the • or • pad. Additional baking and roasting
information can be found on page 6.
Convect
Pad (select
models)
Press this pad to select convection baking and roasting.
Set the oven temperature by pressing the • or • pad.
See page 6 for more information on convection cooking.
Setting
the Clock
and Timer
Clock
To set the time-of-day
clock:
1. Press the CLOCK pad once. The Indicator Word
TIME will flash in the display.
"2. Set the correct time of day using the • and • pads.
(If inore than 15 seconds elapses between pressing
the CLOCK pad and the • and • pads, the
CLOCK pad must be pressed again.)
NOTE: Four seconds later the time of day will
automatically be entered.
To change time of day set on the clock:
steps 1 and 2 above.
To cancel timer:
Repeat
Tile clock time cannot be changed when the oven is set
for a programmed
oven operation
or self-clean
operation. Cancel the operation to set the clock,
Press the CLOCK pad to recall the time of day when
1. Press and hold TIMER
pad for three seconds.
OR
2. a. Press TIMER pad and
b. Press and hold • pad until time is returned
to
"00".
_........
auother function is displayed.
Timer
_-;_
The timer can be used independently of any"other oven
actMty and eau be set while another oven function is
operating. The timer does not control the oven.
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USING
YOUR OVEN
Every oven has its own characteristics.
You may find
Oven
Racks
that the cooking times va_ slightly from your old oven.
This is normal,
One fiat rack and one offset rack are packaged with
your oven. The use of the ofl;et rack is indicated in the
For safety" reasons, when opening the oven door, allow
steam and hot air to escape before reaching into the
oven to remove food.
list below with an "o" after the rack number.
NOTE: Convection models have a second flat rack to
be used for three rack baking. Double ovens have an
additional offset rack packaged in the lower oven.
Baking and Roasting
Setting
the Oven Controls
to Bake or
Roast and Convection
Bake or Roast
To remove rack, pull forward to the "stop" position; lift
up on the front of the rack and pull ont. Do not
attempt to ehange the rack positions when the
oven is hot.
Do not cover an entire oven rack or oven bottom with
aluminmn foil. This will restrict air flow. Never place
pans directly on the oven bottom.
(select
Rack
(For additionaI baking, roasting and convection
retbr to "Cooking Made Simple" booklet.)
tips,
models):
Positions
1. Place racks on proper rack positions.
2. Press the BAKE pad or CONVECT
pad (select
models). Indicator Words BAKE or CONVECT
BAKE will flash and three dashes will be shown in
Rack Position #40 (offset
position):
Most broiling.
Rack Position #3:
the display.
3. Press either the • or • pad once and 350°E will
appear in the display- when in the bake mode. When
in the convert mode 325°F. will appear (select
models). Press the • or • pad until the desired
oven temperature is displayed. (If more than fifteen
seconds elapses between pressing a pad and pressing
the • or • pad, the display will return to the
previous display:)
The Indicator Words ON and either BAKE or
CONVECT BAKE will appear in the display. After
four seconds the oven will begin to heat and the
temperature display will rise in 5 degree increments
Most baked goods on cookie sheets, cakes (sheet and
layer).
Rack Position #30 (offset rack on #3):
Most baked goods on cookie sheets,
frozen
convenience foods, fresh fi'uit pie, cream pie, layer
cakes, main dish souffle.
Rack Position #2:
Roasting small cuts of meat, cakes (tube, bundt or
layer), frozen fruit pie, pie shell, large casseroles.
Rack Position #20 (offset raek on #2):
Roasting
tbod cake.small cuts of meat, loaves of bread, angel
while the oven is preheating. A beep will sound to
indicate that the oven has preheated (allow 7-I1
minutes for preheating). The ON Indicator Word
will go off. BAKE or CONVECT BAKE and the
selected temperature will remain in the display.
rack on #4--highest
Rack Position #1 (lowest position):
Large cuts of meat and large poultry, angel food cake,
loaves of bread, custard pie, dessert souffle.
Multiple
RackuseCooking:
Two racks,
#2o and #4. Three racks, use #1, #3o,
and #4 (convection models only; see diagram below).
NOTE: The Indicator Word ON will cycle on and off
with the element.
To recall temperature
set during preheat: Press
the BAKE or CONVECT
pad (select models),
Desired temperature will be briefly displayed, then it
will automatically return to on-going program.
rack)
_ffsetrack)
To change temperature
set: Press the BAKE or
CONVECT pad (select models) and • or • pad for
the new desired temperature.
4. Press CANCEL
end of baking.
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OFF pad to turn oven off at the
flatra_k)
Three-Rack
Convection
Cooking
(select
models)
Oven
Light
The oven light automatically, comes on whenever the
oven door is opened. When door is closed, push the
Oven Light s_xdtchto turn oven light on or off.
Oven
.
Fan(s)
4. Allow element to preheat 2
element
is red, place the
recommended rack position.
door open to the broil stop
inches).
3 minutes. After broil
broiler pan on the
Broil with tire oven
position (about four
A cooling fhn will operate during 'all cooking modes.
The fan may' also ctmtinue to operate after the oven is
5. Press CANCEL
food is cooked.
turned off until the oven has cooled dmvn.
A convection t_an(select models) is used to circulate hot
6. Broil times may need to be increased if the wall oven
is installed on a "208volt circuit.
air in the oven when the convection feature is selected.
The convection fan automatically tunas on whenever the
CONVECT
pad is pressed and will turn off when
comect is cancelled. NOTE: The convection fan will
automatically stop whenever the oven door is opened.
NOTE: To broil in the lower oven of a double o_en,
turn OVEN SET knob to BROIL setting and OVEN
TEMP knob to BROIL. After cooking operation turn
both the OVEN SET and OVEN TEMP knobs to
OFF.
Broiling
Broiling
For best results, use the broiler pan and inselt supplied
wifll your wall oven.
(For additional broiling tips, refer to "Cooking Made
Simple" booklet.)
Chart time is based on a preheated broil element using
the Hi setting.
Setting
the Oven
Controls
to Broil:
OFF pad to turn oven off when
Chart
BEEF
I. Place oven rack on the rack position suggested in the
chart. Distance from broiling element depends on
fbods being prepared. Rack position 40 (offset rack
in position #4) is usually recommended
unless
otbem_ise stated.
Steak
(1")
Medium
40
Hamburgers
Medimn (3/4")
Well
4o
5
6
3-4
4_5
'2. Press BROIL pad. Indicator \Vt_rd BROIL will flash
and display, will show three dashes.
PORK
Bacon
40
2
1-2
3. Press • or • pad for the HI broil setting.
Chops (1/2")
Chops (1")
Ham Slice
POULTRY
Breast Halves (Bone-in)
SEAFOOD
Fish Steaks, Buttered (1")
4o
3
40
7
10-11
4
5-6
9-10
2-3
3
11-12
9-11.
4o
8-10
(no
turning)
40
40
9
]
2
1
The oven has a variable broil feature which means
that a lower temperature can be selected. Press the
• pad if a lower temperature is desired.
Use HI broil for most broil operations. Use a lower
temperature
when broiling delicate items and
thicker meats to the well-done stage to prevent
excessive hrowning. (If more than fii}een seconds
elapses between touching the BROIL pad and
pressing the • or • pad, the display will return to
the pre_qons display. )
The Indicator Words BROIL and ON _411come on
and remain in the display along with the selected
broil temperature. If a lower temperature
broil is
selected, the Indicator Word ON _dll cyele with the
element.
7
MISCELLANEOUS
Hot Dogs
Toast
°,'_n "o" after the rack number ira' ,lies that tl,e offset rack should be used.
Note: This chart is a suggested
l u .....
de
Ilet nes _9 vmywnth
f°°dbe
%"
cooked.
PAGE
Programmed
Oven
Operations
The Programmed Oven Operations feature is used to
turn the oven off at a preset time of day or delay the
start and then turn off the oven. NOTE: This featnre
not available on lower oven of a double wall oven.
This feature will not operate unless the clock is
functioning and is set to the correct time of day.
Programmed Oven Operations are not recomnmnded
for baked items that require a preheated oven, such as
cakes, cookies orbreads.
To reeaU
tlme
function
programmed:
Press the
appropriate time pad.
To eaneel the lime funetion
only: Hokl COOK
TIME pad for four seconds. This will only cancel cook
tinm and stop time, not programmed bake mode.
To set oven
automatically:
to start
immediately
and
5. At the end of programmed Cook Time, oven will
shut off automatically, four heeps will be heard and
the word "'End" will appear in the display: The beeps
will continue at one beep per minute for one hour or
until the CANCEL OFF pad is pressed.
To set oven to start at future
automatically:
time and shut off
1M. Follow preceding steps 1-4.
5. Press STOP TIME pad. Indicator Words STOP
TIME will flash. Display- will show the calculated
stop time based on current time of day and cook
time.
6. Press • pad to enter desired stop time. (A stop time
can only be accepted for later in the dav.
shut off
Example'. If at 10 o clock you set the oven for
350 ° and 2 hours and 30 minutes cooking time,
1. Press BAKE pad or CONVECT
pad (select
models). Indicator Word(s) BAKE or CONVECT
BAKE will flash and three dashes will be shown in
the display.
the calculated stop 15me would be "12:30." The
display would show:
2. Press • or • pad(s) until desired oven temperature
appears in the display. The Indicator Words ON and
BAKE or CONVECT BAKE will appear in the
display. The temperature shox_l will he 100° or the
actnal temperature of the oven, whichever is higher.
(If more than fifteen seconds elapse between
pressing a function pad and pressing the • or •
pad, the oven is not set and the display will return to
previous display.)
3. Press COOK TIME pad. Indicator Words COOK
TIME will flash and display will show "0HR:00".
4. Press • pad to enter cooking hours and minutes.
(Ilours are to lefit of colon and minutes to right of
colon.) Allowable range is i0 minutes to I1 hours
and 55 minutes.
•
If you want the stop time
to be 1 o, clock, press
•'pad
until 1'00 appears in the display The
displaywould show_.
__.
_j_]_
After four seconds, the display will return
current time of'day and show:
_
--
to
W
7. At the end of the delayed period, the DELAY
Indicator Word will go ot}_ the ON Indicator Word
will appear and the oven will begin to heat.
8. At the end of programmed Cook Time, the oven will
shnt off automatically; four beeps will be heard and
"End" will appear in the display. If the oven is not
cancelled, "End" will remain in the disp] W and there
will be one beep eve U mimlte for one hour or until
the CANCEL OFF pad is pressed.
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Lower
Oven Operation
CLEANING
(select
models)
Self-Clean
A self-clean oven uses above normal temperatures to
automatically
clean the entire oven. Tim high
temperatures cause tbod soil to bum off completely or
reduce it to a gray' ash which is easily wiped up with a
damp cloth when the cycle is complete and tile oven has
cooled. NOTE; Self-cleaning is not possible on lower
oven of a double wall oven.
LOWER
OVEN
OFF
OFF
BROIL
o
500.
BAKE
BROIL
450"
WARM
"200
400":
o /
While the cleaning process occurs, a device in the oven
vent helps consume normal amounts of smoke. The oven
is vented throngh an opening under the control panel.
During the cleaning process some vapors and moisture
may he seen coming from under the control panel.
350 "360 0 250_
"
VENSET
Oven
OVEN
TEMP
Set Knob
• This knob controls the oven operation. To operate the
oven, turn to desired setting and turn OVEN TEMP
Knob to desired temperature setting,
The settings
OFF
BAKE
BROIL
Oven
on the OVEN SET knob are:
If the oven is heavily soiled, some smoke, odor and
occasional flare-ups may be detected during the cleaning
process. This is normal.
It is better
to clean the oven regularly
than to wait
The oven _dll not operate when knob is on
this setting. Keep knob on this position
until there is a heavy build-up of soil in the oven.
It is normal for the oven door and window to become hot
when oven is not in use.
Use {br baking or roasting,
dnring a clean cvcle.. Therefi)re
areas during a clean cycle.
Use for top browning
fnods,
or oxen broiling
of
Oven Temp Knob
these
During the cleaning process, the kitchen should be well
ventilated to help eliminate nonua] odors associated with
cleaning.
DO NOT USE COMMERCIAL
• Use to set oven temperature. Be sure the indicator
mark is in line with the exact temperatnre desired.
This knob is used with all oven operation settings
noted on the OVEN SET Knob.
avoid touching
DO NOT USE ALUMINUM
LINERS IN TIlE OVEN.
OVEN CLEANERS.
FOIL
Oil OTHER
Preparing for the Self-Clean Cycle
Oven Indicator
• Indicates
when
Light
oven is turned
to an operating
position. Light will glow until the desired temperature
is reached. It will cycle on and off as this temperature
is maintained during cooking,
Setting Oven Controls to Bake and
Roast
in Lower
1. Remove oven racks, broiler pan and any other
utensils from oven. The oven racks will discolor, lose
shininess, and become difficult to slide in and out if"
left in the oven dnring the cleaning process. To clean
oven racks, see Cleaning Chart, page 11.
_0TE_ if tl_g
Oven:
1. Place racks on proper rack positions.
2. Turn OVEN TEMP knob to desired temperature.
3. Turn OVEN SET knob to BAKE setting. When the
Oven Indicator
Light cycles off, the oven is
preheated to the selected temperatnre.
Place the
food in the oven. The Oven Indicator Light will cycle
on and off throughout the baking process.
4. After haking, turn both OVEN TEMP
SET Knobs to OFF position.
and OVEN
2. Clean spatters and spills from those areas which will
not be cleaned during the self-cleaning process:
• center front of oven and door near opening in
door gasket.
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• porcelain oven door liner (area outside the door
gasket),
• oven front frame.
NOTE: DO NOT CLEAN
the oven front.
and cycle with the elements
temperatnre.
to maintain the clean
serial plate located on
To clean these areas, use hot water and detergent,
nonabrasive cleansers or soap-filled steel wool pads.
Rinse thoroughly,
being careful not to use an
excessive amount of water that would dampen the
door gasket. Soil left in these areas will be more
difficult to remove after the self-cleaning process
since the high heat will bake on any soil that is
present. DO NOT USE COMMERCIAL
OVEN
CLEANERS TO CLEAN THESE AREAS.
3. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CLEAN, RUB OR APPLY
WATER TO GASKET ON OVEN DOOR. The
5. When the clean function
Indicator Words CLEAN
Indieator Word LOCK
remain on until the oven
door has unlocked.
has been completed, the
and ON will go off. The
and the cooling fan will
has cuoled down and the
To Cancel
Cycle
Self-Clean
gasket is essential for a g(xKt door seal. Rubbing or
cleaning will damage the gasket and may affect the
1. Press CANCEL OFF pad. The oven door will be
locked while the LOCK Indicator Word remains in
seal.
4. Wipe up exeess grease and food spillovers which
have not baked on the bottom of the oven to prevent
excessive smoking during the clean cycle. For ease of
cleaning, the heating element can be lifted slightly:
the display. Depending on the length of time the
oven had been self-cleaning it may take up to 45
minutes fur the oven to cool down, the door to
unlock and cooling fan to turn off.
5. Wipe up acid spillovers such as tomato or milk-based
sauces and sngary spillovers. Porcelain enamel is acid
resistant, not acid proof. The porcelain finish may
discolor if acid spills are not wipedup.
Setting
Cycle
the Controls
for the Self-Clean
Cleaning
the
Lower
Oven
(select models)
Since the upper oven is self-cleaning,
its nse is
suggested fbr foods that have a tendency to spatter or
1. Close the oven door.
spill over. The lower oven's porcelain wails and door are
the same high quadity porcelain as the upper oven and
can be wiped clean with soap and water, if food is not
allowed to bake on a second time.
2. Press the SELF CLEAN pad. Indicator Words
CLEAN TIME will flash and display will show
HR:
" If oven door is left open, the word
"door" will flash in the display and a signal will
continuously beep until the door is closed,
Heavy spattering and spillovers will require cleaning
with mild abrasive cleansers such as Bar Keepers
Friend or Ben Ami. Household ammonia may' be used
to loosen soil. Pour 1/'2 cup in a glass dish, place dish in
a cold oven on an oven rack and close the door. Remove
3. Press • or • pad to select cleaning time. The first
touch will give you 3 hours of cleaning time. The
cleaning time can be varied depending
on the
amount of soil. Set "'2:00" for light soil or "4:00" for
heavy soil.
NOTE; If more than fifteen seconds elapse between
touching SELF CLEAN pad and touching • or •
pad, the oven is not set and time of day will
automatically return to the display.
after 12 hours.
To remove difficult soils, use a commercial
oven
cleaner. Follow manufacturer's directions. Do not spray
electrical controls, temperature
sensing bulb, door
gasket or exterior of the oven. Remove oven racks
belbre spraying with oven cleaner. To clean racks and
other areas of the oven, see Cleaning Chart, page 11.
4. After 4 seconds the display will return to time of day
and the Indicator Words HR and TIME will go off.
The LOCK Indicator Word and the cooling fan will
come on when the oven door locks. The Indicator
Word CLEAN will remain lit and ON will appear
PAGE 10
WALL OVEN CLEANING
Cleaning
CHART
Agents*
Many- different cleaning agents are recommended
for the various parts of tim wall oven. Read product
specific recommendations.
The following brand names may help you to make an appropriate
selection:
1. Mild abrasive cleaners such as Bon Ami, Soft Scrub, Smart Scrub, Baldng Soda,
2. Mild liquid spr_s such as Fantastik and FmTnula 409.
3. Glass cleaners such as Windex and Glass Plus.
4.
Non-abrasive
plastic mesh and nylon scouring
for
pads such as Tufty.
DO NOT USE abrasive cleansing powders such as Comet, soap-filled
oven cleaners, or an automatic dishwasher except when indleated.
Be certain
parts that
labels
all wall oven parts arc cool before removing
are removed
for cleaning
should be replaced
scouring
pads like S.O.S. or Brillo, commercia/
any" part or eleanlng
correctly;
the unit to avoid
damage.
Any
*Brandhainesof cleaningagentsare trademarksof the resix_ctivemanl#ac'ttwer_.
Soap and water
Plastic or soap-fiUed
scouring pad
Dishwasher
Soaking makes cleaning easier.
Soap mad water
Mild liquid sprays
Glass cleaners
Dishwasher
Remove knobs by pulling forward. Wash. rinse, dry with
soft cloth. Do not soak knobs in water. Do not use
abrasive cleaning agents.
Soap and water
Glass Cleaners
Wipe with paper towels dampened with soapy water or
glass cleaner. Do not spray any cleaning solutions
directly onto the display window or use large amounts
of soap and water. Do NOT scrub with soap-filled
scouring pads or abrasive c]eaners.
Soap and water
Glass cleaners
Avoid using excessive amounts of water which may seep
under or behind glass.
Soap and water
Mild abrasive cleaners and
Do not use metallic scouring pads because they will
scratch the snrlace.
plastic pads
Commereia[ oven cleaner
_,\_en using commercial oven cleaners follow the
manufacturer's instructions.
Wipe up acid spills lemon, tomato or milk based foods
as soon as oven is cool with soap and water. If the spill
is not wiped up, it may discolor the porcelain.
Soap and water
Mild abrasive cleaners
Do not use oven cleaner or abrasive agents.
Polish with a soft cloth,
Do not use an excessive amonnt 0f water.
Soap and water
Plastie scouring pads
Cleansing powders
Soap-filled scouring pads
If racks are left in oven during a self-clean wed they will
discolor and may become difficult to slide. A thin coat
of vegetable oil on the rack edges win make sliding
easmr.
Continuedon r_extpog_
PAG E 11
Wall Oven
Cleaning
Chart
(continued)
Never
use oven cleaner
Do not dean
on a self-clean
oven.
or rub door gasket.
Wipe up acid spills (lemon, tomato or milk based {oods)
as soon as oven is cool with soap and water. If the spill
is not wiped up, it may diseolor the poreel_dn.
To remove oeeasionaI spillovers between eleanings,
soap-filled
seouriug
pad or mild eleanser;
use a
rinse well.
MAINTENANCE
Light
Replacement
Adjusting
Oven
Temperature
Before replacing huIb, disconnect power to oven at
the main fuse or circuit breaker panel. Be sure that
the entire oven earl)" including the light bulb is cool
before attempting to remove.
The oven temperature
can he adjusted if all oven
temperatures are too low or too high and the length of
time to cook ALL foods is too long or too short. Do
NOT adjust the teinperature if only one or two items
To Replace
are not baking properly.
NOTE: Temperature
adjustment
lower o_en of a double wall oven.
Light
Bulb
l. Carefully unscrew the glass light lens.
2. To obtain firm grasp on the bulb, wear protective
rubber gloves. Remove by turning bulb to the left.
Do not touch a hot oven light bulb with a damp
cloth as bulb will break. NOTE: If the bulh does
break and you _4sh to remove it, be certain power
snpply is disconnected and wear protective gloves.
You inay contact a qualil3ed Maytag Serxqcer.
3. Replace bulb with a 40 watt oven-rated appliance
bulb. Bulb with hrass base is recommended
to
prevent fusing ofbulh into socket,
4. Replace bulb cover and reconnect
Reset clock.
power to oven.
not possihIe
on
TO Adjust
1. Press the BAKE pad.
'2. Press and hoht the •
appears in the display.
pad until 500 ° or higher
3 Press and hokt the BAKE pad fi_r six seconds nnti]
00 appears m the dlspla?.
4. Press the • or • pad(s) to enter the desired ott_et
temperature.
35° return
to +35°.)
Four seconds (Allowable
later, the range
displayis will
to
current time of dav.
NOTE: Do not change the temperature
than 10° hefure checking the oven.
setting more
To check, we recommend baking two 9" yellow layer
cakes using a purchased
box mix. If the oven
temperature
is still too low or too high repeat the
procedure described ahove.
PAGE 12
BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE
Check
these
points
if...
Part or all of your wall oven does not operate
• _37as the eorreet
electric
voltage
• Is the wall oven plug loose or disconnected from the
electrical outlet (if not wired direct to the electrical
supply) ?
Oven light does not operate
• Are any house
tripped?
* Is the bnlb loose orbumed ont?
• Is the light switch in the On position?
fuses blown
or circuit
breakers
available?
(See
Broiling section, page 7.)
• Has the power supply to the home been interrupted?
• Oven light does not work during self-cleaning process.
• Are the oven controls properly set?
• Is the oven set for a programmed operation?
Oven will not self-clean
Food not baking correctly
• Is the self-clean control set properly? (See Self-Clean
instructions, pages 9 i0.)
• Are the oven racks properly placed ff_r baking? (See
• Is the oven set for a programmed
Back Positions, page 6.)
• Have yon used alumimml fbil correctly'?
Oven door will not unlock
• Was the oven preheated
• Has the self-clean cycle been finished for at least one
hour?
as recommended?
• Are the controls for bake operations properly set?
• Is there 1 to 2 inches of space between pans and the
oven walls? Are the wall oven and oven racks level?
• \Vas good bakeware of the proper size used? Were the
pans placed correctly in the oven? (See "Cooking
Made Simple" booklet.)
• Are you using a tested recipe from a reliable source?
The oven thermostat on your new wall oven may be
more
accurate
than
the one un your
oven operation?
• Electric current coming into oven may be off.
"F" plus a number
appears
I
in the display
• These are fanlt codes. If a fanlt code appears in the
display and a continuous
beep sonnds, press the
Cancel
Off pad. If the fault code reappears,
disconnect power to the wall oven and call a qualitled
service technician.
okt wall oven.
• Was the oven vent covered or blocked on the wall
Fan sound
oven surface?
• Did yon eheck the food at the minimum cooking time
to avoid overeouking?
For Convection (select models)-
• A fan _x411
turn on when the oven is operated to cool
the clock controls. This is normal. It may continne to
run even al}er the oven is turned off.
• Did you reduce oven temperature
Convection fan not operating
eooklng (select models)
by 25°F.?
Food does not broil properly
• Are the controls for broiling
Broiling section, page 7.)
• Are the controls
set properly?
(See
• Was the proper rack position used? (See Broiling
section, page 7.)
during
for convection
convection
set properly?
(See
page 6,)
For further assistance contact your Maytag dealer
or call May*lag Customer Service:
• Did yon allow time for the broil element to preheat?
U.S.
1-800-688-9900
• Was the broiler pan received with the wall oven used?
CANADA
1-800-688-2002
• Was aluminum foil used on the broiler pan insert,
blocking the slits for fat drainage?
PAGE 13
WALL OVEN WARRANTY
Full One Year Warranty
For one (1) year from the date of original retail purchase, any part which fails in normal home use will be
repaired or replaced free of charge.
Limited
Warranty
Second Year
After the first ,,,ear from the date of original retail purchase, through the second year, parts which fail in
normal home use will be repaired or replaced free of charge for the part itself, with the ow_ler paying all
other costs, including labor, mileage and transportation.
Third Through Fifth Year
After the second year from the date of original retail purchase, through the fifth year, all of the following
components which ihil in normal home use will be repaired or replaced free of charge for the part itselt;
with the owner paying all other costs, including labor, mileage and transportation.
These components include:
All Electronic Clocks: On electric or gas wall ovens.
Electric Heating Elements: Includes the Oven Bake Element and Oven Broil Element in Electric
Wall Ovens.
Canadian Residents
This warranty covers only those wall ovens installed in Canada that have been listed with Canadian Standards
Association nnless the wall ovens are brought into Canada due to transt_r of residence from the United States to
Canada.
Limited Parts Warranty Outside
United States and Canada
For appliances located outside the United States and Canada, the ONLY warranty provided with the appliance is
as follows: For two (2) years from the date of original retail purchase, any part which fails in normal home use will
be repaired or replaced free of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor,
mileage and transportation.
The specific warranties expressed above are the ONLY warranties provided by the manufaetnrer.
gives yon specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary,from state to state.
To Receive
Warranty
This Warranty
Service
To locate an authorized service eompany in your area contact the Mayiag dealer from wl_om },our appliance was
purchased; or call Maytag Customer Service. Should yon not receive satisfactory warranty set,Ace, please call or write:
Maytag Customer Assistance
cA_Maytag Cnstomer Service
RO. Box 2370
Cleveland, TN 37320-'2370
US
1-800-688-9900
CANADA 1-800-688-2002
When contacting Maytag Customer Service be sure to provide the model and serial numbers of your appliance, the
name and address of the dealer from whom you pnrchased the appliance and the date of purchase.
Should you still have a problem, x_ite to: Major Appliance Consumer Action Program, 20 North Wacker Drive, Chicago,
Illinois 60606. MACAP is an industD' sponsored but independent group of consumer experts who receive and act on complaints
from appliance owners.
NOTE: When writing about an ullsolved see¢iceproblem, please include the fbllo'Mnginformation:
(a) Your name, address and telephone number;
(b) Model nnmber and serial number (found on the data plate) of your appliance;
(c) Name and address of your dealer and date the appliance was bought;
(d) A clear description ofthe problem you are ha_ing.
MAYTAG
Form No. 015CM-0196
Part No. 210497A
• One Dependability
Square
• Newton, Iowa 50208
MP
kitho U.S.A.