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WHIRLPOOL CST6512WW
Owner's Manual


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Description of WHIRLPOOL CST6512WW Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Self-Clean (cont.)
Delayed Self-clean Cycle
Self-clean feature uses high oven temperature to clean oven interior. Set oven to begin and end cleaning at later time using. Range control calculates back from end time to determine starting time. 1. Prepare oven for self-cleaning. • Verify CONVECTION/STANDARD switch towards STANDARD and switch is not glowing. 2. Press CLEAN pad. 3. Press or pad until desired amount of cleaning time is displayed. • “3:00” displays when or is pressed. • Increase or decrease cleaning time in 5 minute increments. • Clean can be set from 2 to 4 hours. Minimum recommended cleaning time is 3 hours. 4. Press STOP TIME pad. 5. Press or pad until desired stopping time appears in display. • Starting time is automatically calculated based on amount of cleaning time and stop time. • “LOCK” flashes in display when automatic door • • • latch is locking. To view remaining cleaning time, press and hold CLEAN pad. To view calculated stop time, press and hold STOP TIME pad.. When oven has cooled to a safe temperature, door latch opens and “LOCK” light flashes. When oven has cooled enough to open door “LOCK” light no longer displays and door can be opened. When self-clean is finished, there will not be an end-of-cycle signal.

! WARNING
To avoid risk of personal injury, do not touch oven vents or areas around vents during self-cleaning. These areas can become hot enough to cause burns. To avoid risk of smoke damage or fire, clean excess spills from oven interior.

! CAUTION
To avoid fire or smoke damage, remove any flammable materials from storage drawer. Items like plastic containers and paper manuals can melt or burn. Flammable materials should never be stored in the storage drawer.

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Interrupt Self-Clean Cycle 1.Press OVEN CANCEL pad. 2.When oven has cooled to a safe temperature, door will unlock and can be opened. Do not force door open as damage can occur to door and lock.

• A small amount of smoke is normal when cleaning. Excess smoke may indicate a faulty gasket or too much food residue has been left in oven. Move birds and small animals susceptible to fumes or smoke to another room. • Oven should be cleaned before it gets too dirty. Wipe up large spills before self-cleaning. • Do not use cleaning cycle if oven light cover is not properly in place. • Remove oven racks and all cooking utensils from oven. • Clean excess spills from oven interior. • Remove items from range top and backguard. These areas can become hot during self-cleaning cycle. • Area around oven door and cavity will not self-clean since the high heat cannot reach this area.

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