Befor e y ou call for service, Before you call for service – Maytag CWG4600 User Manual

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Before You Call For Service

Check these points if…

Part or all of your wall oven does not
• Is the wall oven plug loose or disconnected

from the electrical outlet (if not wired direct
to the electrical supply)?

• Are any house fuses blown or circuit breakers


• Has the power or gas supply to the home been


• Are the oven controls properly set?
• Is the oven set for programmed cooking?

Food not baking correctly
• Are the oven racks properly placed for


• Have you used aluminum foil correctly?
• Was the oven preheated as recommended?
• Is there 1 to 2 inches of space between pans

and the oven walls? Are the wall oven and
oven racks level?

• Was good cookware/bakeware of the proper

size used?

• Are you using a tested recipe from a reliable

source? The oven thermostat on your new
wall oven may be more accurate than the one
on your old wall oven.

• Was the oven vent covered or blocked on the

wall oven surface?

• Is your oven level?

Food does not broil properly
• Are the controls for broiling set properly?

(See Broiling section, page 13.)

• Was the proper rack position used? (See

Broiling section, page 13.)

• Was the broiler pan received with the wall

oven used?

• Was aluminum foil used on the broiler pan

insert, blocking the slits for fat drainage?

Oven light dose not operate
• Is the bulb loose or burned out?
• Is the light switch in the On position?

(select models)

“F” plus a number appears in the display
• These are fault codes. If a fault code appears

in the display and a continuous beep sounds,
press the CANCEL pad and reset the cooking
operation. If the fault code reappears,
disconnect power to the wall oven and call a
qualified service technician.




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