- Normal operation
- Low cooking temperatures
- Condensation heating element issue
- Water is pooling on the oven floor in the Convection Steam Oven (CSO)
- Water remains on floor of CSO24 after use
- Too much steam
- Water pouring out bottom of door
- Floor heater, PTC heater
- CSO bottom heater replacement
Steps to Verify Issue:
It is normal for water to pool in the center of a Convection Steam Oven during or after use.
- Allow unit to cool, and wipe oven cavity with a soft, dry cloth.
- To burn off excess moisture, set oven to Convection mode on the lowest temp (85°F), and run with the door ajar to evaporate residual moisture on the floor.
- If there is too much condensation on or around food, try a higher cooking temperature and lengthen operating time.
- The amount of condensation varies based on the type of food cooked, the mode used, and how long the unit runs.
- It is possible for condensation to drip or run from the holes on the back wall and ceiling of the unit after use.
- Condensation should never run out of the unit when the door is opened.
- See also, Water Outside Convection Steam Oven.
- Turn the home circuit breaker to the unit off for 10 seconds then back on again.
- Retest the unit operation.
- See also, Convection Steam Oven Use and Care Guide and Convection Steam Oven Cleaning Information.
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