Dual Fuel Bake Stone Error in Self-Clean
- "STONE," "Bake Stone In," or "No Bake Stone" appear on the display when trying to start self-clean mode
- Self-clean mode does not work with the bake stone in
- Does the bake stone element need to be removed from the receptacle before running self-clean mode?
- Why do all the DF modes work except for self-clean?
Dual Fuel Ranges before serial number 16000000 had a sales accessory bake stone heating element that was plugged into a receptacle near the bottom of the back wall inside the oven. This element must be removed for self-cleaning.
- Pull the calrod style heating element straight out toward the front of the oven to remove it. The heating element must be removed in order for the self-clean mode to work.
- Failure to remove this causes the self-clean mode to not work, and "STONE," "Bake Stone In," or "No Bake Stone" will appear on the control panel.
- Bake stone element, rack and ceramic stone should be removed after baking and not left in during any of the other cooking modes. The oven will not function as originally designed in any other mode, while the bake stone element is installed.
- If these steps do not resolve the issue, no further troubleshooting advice is available. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.
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