Frigidaire self cleaning oven instructions

If you have a Frigidaire self-cleaning oven, you may have questions about how to use it, if you should, and if not, what the manual cleaning procedure would be.

Frigidaire self cleaning oven instructions
Frigidaire Self Cleaning Oven Problems

It may have a “quick clean” button, which is good for slightly dirty ovens, as well as a “clean” button.

Quick Clean will give you a two-hour cleaning cycle compared to the standard three hours in normal self-clean mode.

Press the desired cleaning mode, then press the up or down arrow buttons. You should see the duration of the selected cleaning mode: two hours or three hours.

The “lock” indicator light will now flash, but do not tamper with the door to lock it properly. Once finished, “CLn” will appear on the screen.

The “lock” button will light up until everything is complete and “end” appears on the screen, or it can show the time of day.

The “clean” or “lock” light will remain on for at least an hour until the oven believes the interior has cooled sufficiently. At this point, it will be possible to reopen the door.

Let’s take a look at all the Frigidaire self-cleaning oven instructions.

Here are some factors that can cause your oven not to clean automatically

Faulty Door Appearance Motor and Switch Assembly – During the self-clean oven cycle, the door switch activates the door lock motor to prevent it from opening.

If the door lock motor or switch assembly is not working properly, the self-clean cycle may not start, or the oven door may not unlock after the self-clean cycle is complete.

Faulty Thermal FuseFrigidaire Self Cleaning Oven Instructions

The thermal fuse is a safety feature that cuts power to the oven if it gets too hot.

Since the self-clean feature is dependent on the oven reaching temperatures of 900 ° F or higher, a faulty thermal fuse can prematurely trip, interrupting the self-clean cycle.

Faulty oven door switch – The door switch alerts the oven control that the door is closed.

If the switch is defective, the self-cleaning function may not start.

But Should You Self-Clean?

It is debatable, depending on the age of your oven. For starters, never, never clean an oven yourself without being around to make sure nothing goes wrong.

And if old grease or other debris catches fire during cleaning, never open the door, or the blast of air could cause a serious fire.

If the fire continues to grow inside the oven, call the fire department and prepare to leave, if necessary.

Ovens have electrical circuits that can fry from too much heat, and you will be surprised how often this happens.

That’s why it’s best to self-clean only when your warranty is still valid because repair companies will tell you that about 20 percent of your calls may be related to self-cleaning oven issues.

Other valid concerns are things like fumes, which can be dangerous to young children and pet birds.

Wrap up

If you have a continuous cleaning oven, clean the debris at least once a week. You can help with the cleaning by turning the oven to 475 degrees Fahrenheit (246 degrees Celsius) for about an hour while empty.

It’s a good idea to place aluminum foil in the bottom of a continuous cleaning oven to prevent large spills from sticking.

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