Start the Cleaning Cycle
- Press the Clean button.
- Select desired clean setting or cycle time.
- Press the Start button.
- When the cycle ends let range cool and wipe out excess ashes from clean cycle.
Also know, can self cleaning ovens catch on fire?
Fire Hazard. Last but certainly not least, the self-cleaning feature can present a fire hazard. Even if you’ve removed all the larger food particles, you’ll likely have grease or cooking oil splatters and spills to burn off.
Beside above, can you use Easy off on a self-cleaning oven?
Professional easy-off® fume free oven cleaner cleans tough baked-on spills in just 30 seconds! It releases absolutely no caustic fumes into the air so it’s perfect for spot-cleaning and everyday use. Safe for self-cleaning ovens, just spray on the stain and wipe away!
Do you put water in the bottom of a self-cleaning oven?
The self-clean cycle of a steam-based model is usually initiated by pouring roughly one cup of distilled water into the floor of the oven, then closing the door and setting the appliance to “steam clean” mode.
Step 3: Start the self-clean cycle
Your oven will stay locked and a fan will run until it cools. A cycle on a Whirlpool® Range can take anywhere from 2.5–4.5 hours, while a wall oven can take 2-4 hours or longer.
Failure to remove bigger pieces of food debris or liquid from your oven prior to running the self-cleaning feature can lead to excessive smoke and foul odours. In addition, those pieces may not break down into ashes but bake on even harder.