If your oven starts to get too hot, a safety feature in June Oven’s software will disengage your cooking process by ending the cooking session immediately. You will receive a notification on the oven display that the oven is overheating and is in the process of cooling down. In this situation, June will run the convection fans on a high setting to lower the temperature.
If you receive an overheating notification, follow these steps:
- Do not unplug the oven or open the oven door as this may interrupt the fan-cooling process.
- Check oven ventilation to see if there is an obstruction to airflow. If you have items on top of or touching the sides of June Oven, remove those items. These items may be impacting the ventilation space the oven needs for cooling. Learn more about how much ventilation space June needs here.
- When the overheating message is gone, you may resume cooking.
The oven also has a mechanical thermal cut-off switch - it’s the first thing the current passes through before going anywhere else in the oven. If the oven gets too hot, it will shut off completely. The cut-off point occurs well before there would be safety concerns or physical damage to the oven.
If you need further assistance, please contact June Support.