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GEAppliances JBP19 JBP21 JBP24 JBP25 JBP26 JBP30 JBP45 JBP46 JBP47 Part No . 164D3333PM5 Pub . No . 49 - 8781
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Congratulations ! YouAre Now Part of the GEFamily . Welcome to the GE timfily . We're proud of our quality products and we are c ( ) mrnitted to providing dependable service . You'll see it in this easy - to - use ( hvner's Manual and ym'll hear it in the fl'iendly voices of otlr CtlStorner service department . Best ot all , ym'll experience these vahles each tinle you use y ) ur range . That's important , because y _ ur new range will be part of y ) ur t _ mfily tor many years . And we hope you will be part of ours tot a long time tO come . We thank you tbr bu ) ing GE . We appreciate y ) ur purchase and hope you will continue to rely on us Important ! whenever you need quality appliances tor your home . Staplesa _ ssliporcancelled checkhere . Proof of the original purchase date is needed to obtain service under the warran _ Write _ emodelandserial numbe _ he _ . # # Youcan find them on a label behind the range door or behind the storage drawer .
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Safety Information GE & You , Anti - tip Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . 5 - 7 A ServicePartnership . Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 , 8 Ask any GEappliance owner and they will SurfaceCookingUnits . . . . . 9 , 10 tot you we stand behind our products with unmatched quality service . However , did you know that most questions result from simple problems that you can easily fix OperatingInstructions yourself in just a few minutes ? This Owner's Manual can tot you how . Usingthe SurfaceUnits . . . 10 , 11 Usingthe Oven . . . . . . . . . 12 - 15 Usingthe Clockand timer . . . . 17 ReadthisManual timed BakingandRoasting . . . 18 Inside you will find many OvenThermostat . . . . . . . . . . . 19 helpful hints on how to use and CareandCleaning . . . . . . . 20 - 27 maintain your range properly . Just a little preventive care on Installation Instructions your part can save you a great deal of time and money over the Before YouBegin . . . . . . . . . . . 28 lid of } x ) ur range . Preparethe Opening . . . . . . . . 29 Flooring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 ElectricalConnection . . . . . 30 - 35 ReviewtheSectionon Anti - tip Bracket . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Troubleshootingtips Leveling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 You'll find many answers to TroubleshootingTips { ol - nnioli problems here . Before You Ifyou reviewour chart of CarlForService . . . . . . . . . 37 - 42 Troubleshooting Tips first , you may not need to call tot service at all . If YouNeed Service IIyotl do need service , yotl can CustomerService reke _ , knowing help isonl ) a Warran8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 phone call awW . A listof toll - fl'ee o . _ ston ] erservice numbers is ServiceTelephone Numbers . . . . . . . . . . BackCover included in the back section . ( ) r you can alwayscall the GEAnswer Center < " a _ t 800.626.2000 , 24hours a day , 7 days a week . 3
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMAtiON . READALLINSTRUCtiONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! For your safe _ the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion , electric shock , or to prevent property damage , personal injury , or loss of life . Toprevent accidental tipping of the range , attach it to the wall and floor by installing the Anti - - tip device supplied . To check if the device is installed and engaged properly , remove the kick panel or storage drawer and inspect the rear leveling leg . Make sure it fits securely into the slot . Ityou pull tile range out from tile wall for any reason , make sur _ file device is properly engaged when you push tile range back against the wall . If it is not , tbe , e is a possible risk of the range tipping over and causing inju U if } xm or a child stand , sit or lean on an open door . Please refer to the Anti - Tip device infbm _ ation in this manual . Failure to lake this precaution could result in tipping of the range and inju , 7 . IMPORTANSTAFETYNOTICE ii iiiii ! ! ilill The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act requires the Governor of Califomb to publish a list of substances known to the state to cause birth defects or _ i _ i ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! , _ i _ iiii other reproductive harm , and requires businesses to warn customers of potential exposure to such substances . The fiberglass insulation in self - clean ovens gives off a very small amount of carbon monoxide during the cleaning cycle . Exposure can be minimized by venting with an open window or using a ventilation fan or hood . iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi Fluorescent light bulbs contain mercury , If your model has a surface light , you must recycle the fluorescent light bulb according to local , state and federal codes .
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Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this Owner's Manual SAFETYPRECAUTIONS When using electrical appliances , basic safety precautions should be followed , including the following : @ l ' , e sure your appliance : ; : Do not allow anyone to is properly installed and climb , stand or hang on the door , storage g _ mn ( led by a qualified technician in ( kax _ r or cooku ) p . acc ( ndance with tile They could damage the provided installation range and even tip it instructions . over , causing severe personal in , juU . . , _ : Do not attempt to _ : , D : o not store flammable repair or replace any materials in an oven or part of your range unless it is specifically near the cookmp . recommended in this : ; : CAUTION : Items of manual . All other inte , > st to children se , vicing should be shouM not be stored in role , Ted m a qualified cabinets above a range technician . or on the backsplash of : ; : l _ fi ) , e performing any a range - child , on so , vice , disconnect the climbing on the range to reach items could be range power supply at the household seriously injured . distributkm panel by . , , : Never wear loose - fitting removing the filse or or hanging garments switching olf tim circuit while using the breaker . appliance . Be careful _ : , iDo not leave chikh > n when reaching for alone - child [ on should items stored over the not be left alone or range . Flammable unattended in an area material could be where an appliance is ignited it brought in contact wifll hot sniihce in use . They should never be allowed to sit units or heating or stand on any part of elements and mW cause severe bums . the appliance . 5 ! i
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMAtiON . READALLINSTRUCtiONSBEFOREUSING . A WARNING ! SAFETYPRECAUTIONS Flame in the oven can iJ _ iU : ; se only dD , pot holders - moist or be smotbe , ed completely by dosing damp pot hoMers on the oven door and hot sm _ aces may result in burns fl _ ) m steam . turning the oven off or Do not let pot hoMers by using a multi - touch hot surface mills purpose dU chemical or beating elements . or fbam - t _ oe fire Do not use a R ) wel or exfing _ fisher . other bulky cloth . _ : , : Do not touch the smtace uniLs , the , ' _ : For your safety , never use your appliance for beating elements or the interior surface ofthe wa , ming or heating the i _ ) onl . oven . These smtaces ii _ iiLiiiiiiiHiii m W be hot enough u ) , ' _ : Do not let cooking burn even though they g _ ease or other are dark in color . ! ! ii ! ! i ! ! iiiii ! flammable materials During and after use , accumulate in or near do not touch , or let the range . clothing or other , , _ : Do not use x _ > teron flammable materials g _ ease fires . Never pick contact , the smtace up a flaming pan . Turn units , areas neafl ) y the the controls off . sulia ( : e units or anye Smother a flaming pan interior area of th on a smiace unit by oven ; allow stdticient covering the pan time for ( : ooling first . completely with a well - Potentially hot sm _ a ( : es fitting lid , cookie sheet include the cookmp , or fiat u W . Use a multi - areas facing the purpose ( hy chemical _ i _ i ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiiiiii ! ii _ ! i cookt . op , oven vent or fbam - t } _ ) e fire opening , smtaces near exting _ fisher . the opening , crevices Flaming gTease ouLside around the oven door a pan . can be put out by and metal uim parts covering it with baking above the door . iiiiiii ! i iiiiii soda or , if available , by REMEMBERT : he inside using a multi - purpose snTlace of lhe oven may dU chemical or foam - be hot when the door is t } 1 ) efire exting _ fisher . opened .
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, ' _ : Do not store or use , , : Keep fire hood and combustible materials , g _ ease filters clean to gasoline or oflmr maintain good venting flammable vapors and and to avoid g _ ease fires . liquids in tire vicinity of this or any other appliance . WHENCOOKINPGORK . . . When cookingpork , follow the directionsexactlyand always cook the meatto an internal temperatureof at least 170 ° EThisassures that , in the remotepossibilitythat trichba maybepresentb the meat , it will be killed and the meat will be safe to eat OVEN _ : Stand away flom dm , , _ : Pulling out tile shelf to range when opening die stop - lock is a tile oven door . Hot air convenience in lifting her W foods . It is also a or steam which escapes can cause burns to precaution against hands , face and / or burns from touching hot smia ( : es of tile door eyes . or oven walls . _ : , : Do not heat unopened fi ) od containers . _ : V _ qmn using cooking or masting bags in tile Pressure could build lupd oven , follow tile and tile container cou IIlanufact / iFeF ' S burst , causing an in , ju U . directions . _ : Keep tile oven vent ) : _ : Do not use tile oven to unobstructed . dU newspapers . If _ : , : Keep tile oven flee overheated , they can from g _ ease buildup . catch on fire . _ : Place tile oven shelf in Do not use tile oven for tile desired positioncool . a sR ) rage area . cItemsan while tile oven is If stored in an oven ! ! i ! ii shekes must be ignite . handled when hot , do Do not leave paper not let pot holder _ iiiii / iiiii : _ ! iiY _ ! _ i ! products , cooking contact lhe heating utensils or food in tile elements . 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . oven when not in use .
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMAtiON . READALLINSTRUCtiONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! SELF - CLEANINOGVEN iJ _ Di : ; o not clean tile door , , _ : Before self : cleaning tile overt , remove the gasket . The door gasket broiler pan , grid and is essential for a goode ( ) tiler cookware . seal . ( ] are should b taken not to rub , Be sure to wipe up damage or move tile excess spillage before gasket . starting tile self : _ : ; Clean only parts listed cleaning operation . in this Owner's Manual . If tile self : cleaning , , _ : Do not use oven mode malfunctions , cleaners . No turn tile oven off and commercial oven disconnect tile power cleaner or oven liner supply . Have it serviced protective coating of by a qualified technician . any kind should be used in or around any part of tile oven . Residue flom oven cleaners will damage tile inside of tile oven when tile self : clean cycle is used . ii _ iiii ! i ! lllil _ i _ i ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! , _ i _ iiii iiiiiii ! i _ iiiiHi
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SURFACCEOOKINUGNITS Use proper pan size - - select cookware having flat bottoms large enough to cover the surface unit heating element . The use of undersized cookware will expose a portion of the surface unit to direct contact and may result in ignition of clothing . Proper relationship of cookware to surface unit will also improve efficiency . ) : _ iNever leave tile smtace ) : _ Ti o nfinimize the units unattended at possibility of burns , high heat settings . ignition of flammable l ' _ filovers cause materials and spillage , the handle of a smoking and g _ eas } , container should be spillovers that m W catch on fire . turned toward the center of the range _ ; : Do not use aluminum without exmnding over foil to line the drip pans neaH ) y smtace units . or an } _ vhere in the oven except as described in , , _ A : lways turn the smiace this manual . Misuse uniLs offbefbre could result in a shock , removing cookware . fire hazard or damage _ : : Do not immerse or soak to the range . the removable surface ! i _ units . Do not put them _ : , : Be sure the drip pansrk and the vent duct a in a dishwasher . Do not _ { not covered and ark in self clean the surface uniLs in the oven . place . Their absence during cooking could damage range parts are under the hood , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and wiring . _ ; : Only certain t } pes of fan , ifoperating , may . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . glass , glass / ceranfic , spread the flame . : _ earthenware or other To avoid the possibility ii : _ glazed containers are of a burn or electric suitable for cookmp shock , always be certain service ; others may break because of the sudden change in OFFposition and all temperature . coils are cool before attempting to lift or remove a unit . 9
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMAtiON . READALLINSTRUCtiONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! SURFACECOOKINGUNITS ) : _ iUse little fat for iJhCi : ; lean the cooktop with efIecfive shallow or caution . Ira wet sponge is used to wipe spills on deep fat flTing . Filling a hot cooktop , be the pan too full of tat careful m avoid steam can cause espilloversd . burns . when food is add _ : Ira combination of oils _ : Keep an eye on foods or fats will be used in being flied at high or medium high heat flying , stir together settings . before heating , or as fats melt slowly . ) : _ Fi oods for flying should be as d U as possible . _ : _ Ailwws heat fat slowly , and watch as it heats . Frost on flozen f _ ) ods or moisture on flesh foods Use a deep fat can cause hot fat to thernlometer whenever bubble up and over the possible to prevent sides of the pan . overheating fat beyond the smoking point . ilii REMEMBER . . . Yourcontinued health and safe _ are important to us . Please read and follow this Safetg Information carefullg ii _ iiii ! i ! lllil We want gou to remain a happg and healthg part of our GEfamilg SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS _ i _ i ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! , _ i _ iiii iiiiiii ! i _ iiiiHi 7O
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Using the surface units . How to Set lhlsh the knob in and turrz in either directiorz to the setting you want . At both OFFand HI tile control clicks into position . You ma } hear slight clicking sounds during cooking . indicating the control is keeping the power level you set . MED Besureyou turnthecontrolknobto OFFwhenyoufinbh cooking . Surface Cookware 77ps Use medium - or hear } 4veight cookware . Aluminum ( ookware conducts heat faster than ( ) tiler metals . Cast , iron _ lil ( l coated cast4ron ¢ ookware are slow to absorb heat , but generall } cook evenly at low to medium heat settings . Steel pans ma } cook unevenly if not combined with ( ) tiler metals . Notover I inch F'or best cooking resuhs , pans should be flat on tile bottom . Match the size ot tile saucepan to the size of tile surface unit . The pan should not extend over the edge ot the surtace unit more than 1 inch . Wok Cooking Werecommendthatyouuseonlya flat - bottomedwok . Theyare availableat yourlocalretailstore . I ) o not use woks that have support rings . Use of these types ot woks , with or without the ring in place , can be dangerous . Placing the ring over the surt _ tce unit will cause a build - up of heat that will damage the porcelain cooktop . Do not u ' ) to use such woks without the ring . You could be seriously burned it the wok tipped over . Useonlyflat - bottomedwoks . ! ! i ! ii _ iiiii / iiiii : _ ! iiY _ ! _ i !
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Using the ovencontrols . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model . | AUTOMATIOCVEN HOUR MIN . , ' - " ' - " - ' HR MIN Clockand TimerFeatures AUTOMATIC OVENLight This lights am'dine the ( ) yen has been progrannned . START TIME ON / OFF Press this pad and the H ( ) UP . and MIN . pads to dela } the starting of your oven up to 11 hours and 59 minutes . COOKTIME ON / OFF Press this pad and then press the H ( ) UP . and MIN . pads to set the amount of tinle y ( ) tl want your t0od to cook . Turn the ( ) yen Temperature knot ) to the desired ii _ iiii ! i ! _ liil _ l , temperature , The oven will shut ott when the Cook Time has mn ( ) tit . CLOCK I'ress this pad beiore setting the clock , _ i _ i ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! , _ i _ iiii TIMER ON / OFF Press this pad to sele ( t the timer teature , Display Shows the time ot day and the time set tor the timer . iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi HOUR and MIN . Pads These pads allow you to set times up to l l hours and 59 minutes .
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OFF i _ OVENON _ WM t II ) PREHEATED _ v . ^ . r - : T _ : _ _ . _ _ . _ u 500 " 450 " 400 OvenControlSettings _ t : : , , , , OVEN ON Light ; ; " ( ; lox _ s anytirne the oven s heatil - i _ . The light x _ ill tlash wllen tim oven atltornatica ] l } tllFris of [ " tO rernind ) ou to Uu'n the ( ) ven Temperature knob to OFF . LATCHDOORLight ( ; lows wheri the overi is in the selRlean cycle . After the selRlean c ) cle , the light will flash . Unlatch the door and turn the ( ) ven Temperattn'e knob to OFF . NOTE . " Do not lock the Ovendoor with the latch during cooking . Thelatch is used for self - cleaning only _ : PREHEATEDLight ( ; lows wheri tile overl reaches v ( ) tll " sele ( ted temperature . _ ! _ _ : , , Oven Temperature Knob Turn this Mlob to the setting you want . As a safety feature , this oven will automatically shut off after 12hours . ( ) n rnodels with touch pad dock _ gnu'Dis this teauue rnay be deactivated to allow the oven to be left on tbr more than 12 hours . _ : : T _ o deactivate or reactivate the Automatic Oven Shut - Off , press and hold both the MIN . + / - pads for about 4 seconds . _ : _ On somemodels youmay use the ovenlight switch to turn the light on and off whee the door is close _ 73 ! i
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Using the oven . Toavoid possible burns , place the shelves in the desired position before you turn the oven on . Before you begin . . . The shelves have stop - locks , so that when placed con'ectly on the supports , they will stop betore coming completely out , and will not tilt . When placing and rernovirl _ cookware pull the shell , o out to the bump on the shell support . To remove a shelf , pull it toward you , tilt the t [ ' ont end up and pull it out . Theover ; has4shelfpositions . To replace , place the end otthe shell ( stop - locks ) on the support , tilt up the t [ ' ont and push the shelt in . How to Set the Oven for Baking or Roasting Turn the ( ) yen Temperature knob to the temperature _ ( ) u desire . Check tood for doneness at minimum time on . . . . . ' . . r . e . . c . . i . p . . e . . . . . . C . . o . . o . . k . . . l . . o . nger if necessal3 . Turn the Oven Temperature knob to OFF when cooking is complete . Typeof Food Shelf Position Angel food cake and A frozen pies ( on cookie sheet ) Bundtor pound cakes A or B Biscuits , muffins , brownies , B or C cookies , cupcakes , layercakes , pies Casseroles B or B _ i _ i ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiiiiii ! ii _ ! i iiiiiii ! i iiiiii 74
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Preheating and Pan Placement Preheat the oven itthe recipe calls tot it . To preheat , set the oven at the correct temperature . Preheating is necessa D , for good results when baMng lakes cooMes pastx2 , ' and breads Forovenswithoutapreheatindicatorlightortone , preheat10minutes . Baking , resuhs will be better if baking , pans are centered as much as possible . Pans should not touch each other or the walls of the oven . lf ? ou need to use txvoshelves , stagger the pans so one is not d rectly above the other . Aluminum Foil Never entirely cover a shelf with ahmfinum toil . This will disturl ) the heat circulation and resuh in poor baking . A smaller sheet oftoil m W be used to catch a spillover by 1 lllO 1 1 p ac " g " to - ia lower shelf several inches below the food , Aluminumfoil maybe usedto catchaspillovec You can also use aluminum foil to line the broiler pan and broiler gr d . However , y ( u must rooM the toil tightl } to the grid and cut slits in it just like the grid . How to Set the Oven for Broiling i l'lace the meat or fish on the broiler grid in the ' broiler pan . : o Follo _ sw , - ested shell positions in the Broiling guide . [ Leavethedoor opento thebroilstop positioo . Thedoorstaysopenbyitself , Turn the ( h'en Temperature knob to BROIl . yet tl _ epropertemperatureis maintainedin theover ? . , 5 ! i
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Broiling guide SecondSide Quantityand / FirstSide Food orThickness Comments Time ( min . ) Time ( min . ) Bacon C 4 _ 4 _ 1 / 2 lb . ( about Arrangein single layer . 8 tldn slices ) GroundBeef C 10 1 In . ( 4 pa _ ties ) Space evenly . Well Done 1 / 2 to 3 / 4 " Up to 8 patties take thick about same time . Beef Steaks Rare 1 " thick C 6 5 Steakslessthan 1 " tbick Medium ( 1to 1 _ Ins . ) C 8 6 cookthroughbefore Well Done C 12 11 browning . Panfrying is recommended . Rare 1 ½ " thick C 10 78 Slashfat . Medium ( 2to 2 ½ Ins . ) C 15 14 16 Well Done C 25 20 25 Chicken 1 whole A 35 10 15 Reducetimeabout5 to 10 ( 2to 2 _ Ins . ) , minutespersideforcut - up chicken . Brusheachside splitlengtbwise witb melted butter . Broil skin - side - downfirst . LobsterTails 2 - 4 B 13 16 Do not Cutthroughbackof shell . ( 6to 8 oz . turn Spreadopen . Brushwith melted butter before eacb ) over . broilingand after half of broilingtime . Fish l - lb . fillets C 5 Handlaendturnvep / careflllly . Brushwitb lemonbutter 1 / 4 to 1 / 2 " tldck beforeandduringcooking , if desiredP . rebeatbroiler to increasebrowning . Ham Slices 1 " thick B 8 Increasetime5 to 10 ( precooked ) minutespersidefor 1Z " thickor hmoecuredham . 2 ( 1 / 2 " tbick ) C 10 Slashfat . Pork Chops Well Done 2 ( 1 " thick ) , B 13 about 1 lb . ii iiiii ! ! ilill Lamb Chops Medium 2 ( 1 " thick ) , C 10 9 Slashfat . Well Done aboutlOto 12oz . C 12 10 Medium C 14 12 2 ( 1 _ " thick ) , Well Done about 1 In . B 17 12 14 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii _ i _ i ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! , _ i _ iJii iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi 16
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Using the clock and timer . The clock must be set for the automatic ( wen timing functions to _ , \ x ) I'kproperly . The time otday cannot be i ¸ changed during a timed baking or sellk'leaning cycle . To Set the Clock : Makesuretheclockis set to the correct time of day Press the HOURand MIN . pads . ToSet the timeF . Press the TIMERON / OFFpad . Thetin } eris aminutetinteronly Press the HOURand MIN . pads tmtil the arnourlt ot tirne you want shows in the displa } . The tirner will Thetin } erdoesnotcontrolown operationsT . hemaximumsettingon start autornaticall } witlfin a tew seconds of thetimeris " 11hoursand 59mbutes . releasing the pad . ToReset the timer : ltthe display is still showing the time remaining , you ma } change it b } pressing the HOURand MIN . pads until the time you want appears in the display . If the remaining time is not in the display , recall the remaining time by pressing the TIMERON / OFF pad and then pressing the HOURand MIN . pads until the new time you want shows in the display . To Cancel the timer : Press the TIMERON / OFFpad once . To carmel the timer press the TIMERON / OFFpad again . Clear the tones by pressing the pad of the function you are using . , 7 ! i
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Using the timed baking and masting features . Do not latch the oven door during timed cooking . The latch is used for self - cleaning only . NOTEF . " oodtshatspoileasilys , uchasmilk , eggsf , ishS , tuffingpso , ultryandporks , houldnetbe allowedtositformorethanI hourbeforeoraftercookingR . oomtemperatupreromotetshegrowth ofharmfublacteriaB . esurethattheovenlightisoffbecausheeatfromthebulbwillspeedharmful bacterigarowth . How to Set an Immediate Start and Automatic Stop Makesuretheovenclockshowsthecorrecttimeof da } _ Press COOKTIMEON / OFE i . @ ! i tIsing the HOURand MIN . pads , enter the length of cooking time , Turn the ( ) yen Temperature knob to tile desired temperamre . Tile displa ) will show tile cooldr N time rernairfing . Wher _ tile ovell reaches tile set temperature , a tone sounds . When tile oven automatically turns off the AUTOMATIC OVEN light will t ] ash and the oven will signal . Turn the oven control to OFFto stop tile tlashes and signal . How to Set a Delay Start and Automatic Stop Makesuretheoveeclockshowsthecorrecttimeof da } _ Press COOKTIMEON / OFE ii iiiii ! ! illil Using tile HOURand MIN . pads , enter tile length oI cookir N time . i _ i _ ll HOUR MIN . _ i _ _ i _ i ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! , _ i _ iiii i _ Using tile HOURand MIN . pads , enter tile time ) ou W _ ll - lctooking to start . Turn the ( ) yen Temperature knob to tile desired temperature , iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi When tile oven automatically turns ott the AUTOMATIC OVENlight will flash and tile oven will signal . Turn the oven conu'ol to OFFto stop tile flashes and signal . 18
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Adjust the oven thermostat - - Do it yourself ! You may find that your new oven cooks differently than the one it replaced . Use your new oven for a few weeks to become more familiar with it . If you still think your new oven is too hot or too cold , you can adjust the thermostat yourself . Donotuseinexpensivethermometerssu , chasthosefoundingrocerystores , to checkthetemperature settingof youroven . Thesethermometerms ayvary20 - 40 degrees . NOrE " Thisadjustmenwt ill notaffectthebroilingortheself - cleaningtemperatures . Theadjustmentwillberetainedin memoryafterapowerfailure . ForModels with Onlyan Oven TemperatureKnob tlVENON 0 OFF @ PREHEATED l ) ut the knob in the OFFposition . Pull the knob oil ) ' , pull ng straight out Press and hold the HOTTERor COOLERbutton for 5 seconds to make the o , , _ en20 ° F . hotter or 500 * z _ t 400 20 ° L cooler . Wl _ en _ ou are ad ustino the thermostat the follo _ dno - . • ' O _ O lights will flash indicating where the dlermostat will be set when you release the a ( ! iusm _ ent button : lappoarancemay vary ) _ OVENON . I " ndicatesthethermostawt illbesetat thefactory setting . _ : _ PREHEATEDIn : dicatesthethermostatwillbeset 20 ° Ehotter / LATCHDOOR . Indicatesthethermostawt illbeset20 ° £ cooler ForModels with Pads and an Oven TemperatureKnob lh ] [ tl _ e ( ) ven Temperature knob in the OFFposition . Press and hold the HOUR + l - pads tor 5 seconds undl d _ e display changes . Betbre display changes back . press the HOUR + i - pads to increase or decrease the temperature in 5 ( teuree increments . The oven temperature ( ' an be increased up to 35 ° F . hotter or can be decreased down to 35 ° F . cooler . 1tthe oxen a ( { jusunent is set cooler d _ an the i _ acto _ 3 - setdn , a rnirms sign ( ) and the oltset temperature will appear in the display . : _ Wait several seconds tbr the control to autornatJcally 19 set and return to its previous setting .
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Using the self - cleaning oven . Never force the latch handla Forcing the handle will damage the door lock mechanism . Before a Clean Cycle Therangemustbecompletelycoolin ordertoset the self - cleancycle . _ ¥ e yecorllnlelld ven tinp with all ( ) Den x _ indox _ or tlSillo a ventilati ( m fan or hood during tile first selIklean _ ) cle . Remove all cookware and an ) aluminum toil ti'om tile oven , Wipeup heavysoil on theover ; bottom . The oven shelves can be selikleaned , but the } will darken , lose their luster and become hard to slide . I ) o not use abrasives or oven cleaners . Clean the top , sides and outside of tile oven door with soap and water . The enamel grid and broiler pan nla ) be cleaned in tile sell < leaning oven . However , to hel I ) prevent hear } smoke caused , ) v . . , . s . e . likleanino - _ tile _ reas _ . , so1in the p , an , } Oill - ntlst first clean off " tile excess grease . Make sure tile oven light bulb cover is in place and tile oven light is off . How to Set the Oven for Cleaning OVEONN @ OFF PREHEATED [ . atch tile door . iiiiii _ iiiiii ; ; _ AUTO " 0 _ SELF 25 ( I1 ) ) < Turn the ( ) yen Temperature knot ) to ii iiiii ! ! ilill 550 , . Nil ' } AUTOSELFCLEAN . ( ; lean cT < le time is normally 4 hours and 20 minutes . Yoll can change tile clean time to between 3 hollrs and 5 hours , 59 minutes by using tile HOURand _ i _ i ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! , _ i _ iiii MIN . pads . When tile UlTCHO00R light flashes , slide tile latch handle to tile left , and turn tile ( Nen Temperature knob to OFF . To stop a clean cycle , turn tile ( ) ven Temperature iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi knob to OFFW . ait until tile oven has cooled and unlatch tile door . 20
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How to Delay the Start of Cleaning ( on some models ) Turn the Oven Temperature knob to AUTOSELFCLEAN , _ Press the START TIME ON / OFF pad . 4 Press the HOUR and MIN . pads to set the time cleaning will start . When the / ARCH DOOR light tlashes , slide the latch handle to the left as far as it will go and turn the Oven Temperature knob to OFF . HOUR MIH . After a Clean Cycle You ma } notice some white ash in the oven . Wipe it up with a damp cloth Nier the oven cools . If white spots remain , remove them with a soap - filled steel wool pad and rlese thoroughly with a vinegar and water mixture . These depos ts are tlStlall } a salt res ( hie that cannot ) e removed ) y the clean c ? cle . If the ( wen is not clean alier one clean c ) _ le , repeat the cycle . _ You cannot set the oven tor cooking tlntil the oven is cool enotgh tor the door to be unlatched . While the oven is seltkleaning , 7 , xmcan press the CLOCKpad to display the time ot day , To return to the clean countdown , press the COOKTIMEON / OFFpad . 11the shelves become hard to slide , wipe the shelf supports with cooking oil . 27 ! i
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Care and cleaning of the range . If your range is removed for cleaning , servicing or anyreason , be sure the anti - tip device is re : engaged properly when the range is replaced . Failure to take this precaution could result in tipping of the range and cause injury . ControlPanel and Knobs \ Clean up spatters with a damp cloth . Remove heavier soil with warm , soapy water . Do not useabrasives of any kind on the contro / pane / , Tile control knot ) s lllay 1 ) e removed for easier cleanillg . Pulltheknobstraightoff thestem . To remove a knob , pull it straight ott'the stem . " _ \ ash the knol ) s in soap and water l ) tlt do not soak . Oven Vent The oven is vented through an opening under the right rear surt _ tce unit . Nevercovertheopeningwithaluminumfoiloran / other material , Ovenventlocation Painted Surfaces ii iiiii ! ! illil Painted surtilces include the sides and the drawer ti'ont . ( ; lea . . n . . these x _ ith soa [ ) alld water or a vineoar _ ar ) d water sohltiOrL I ) o not use commercial oven cleaners , cleaning powders , steel wool _ i _ i ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! , _ i _ iiii or harsh abrasives on any painted surthce . iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi 22
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Lift - OffOven Door The oven door is removable for cleanir N . Donotlift thedoorbythehandle . Toremove the door , open it to the special stop position . ( ; rasp firmly orl each side and lift the door straight lip and off tile hinges . Donotplacehandsbetweenthehingeandtheovendoorframe . Toreplacethedoor , make sure the Hnges are in the special stop position . F'osition the slots in the bottom ot tile door squarel } over tile hinges and slowl } lower it over both hinges . Toclean theinsideof the door : : i : : Because the area inside tile gasket is cleaned during the sellklean c ? cle , you do not need to clean this by hand . ; _ : ; Tile area outside the gasket and the fl'ont fl'anle can be cleaned with a soap - filled scouring pad , hot water Thegasketis dedgnedwith agap at and detergent . Rinse well with a vinegar and water thebottomto allow forproperair circulation . sohltion . Donotruborcleanthedoorgasket - - it hasanextremelylow resistancetoabrasion . If you notice the gasket beconfing worn , fl'a ) ed or damaged in anywa } or it it has beconle displaced on the door , ) ou should have it replaced . Toclean the outside of the door : Use soap and water to thorougl - d ) clean tile top , sides and fl'ont of the oven door . Rinse well . You may also use a glass cleaner to clean the glass on the outside ot the door . I ) o not let water drip into tile vent ol _ eninos . . , _ . Spillage ot marinades , trait juices , tomato sauces and | ) asting materials contaiMr N acids ma ) cause discoh ) ration and should be wiped up immediately . When surtace is cool , clean and rinse . } _ : I ) o riot use ( ) veil cleaners , cleaning powders or harsh abrasives oil the outside ot the door . 23 ! i
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Care and cleaning of the range . Oven Heating Elements Donotcleanthebakeelementor thebroilelement . An ) / soilwillbumoff wbentheelementsareheated . To clean tile oven tloor , genfl ) liti the bake element . ( ; lean with warm soapy water . Oven Shelves ( ; learz the s ] lelves with arz abrasive cleanser or steel wool Oven Light Replacement ( onsomemodels ) CAUTION . " Before replacing your oven light bulb , disconnect the electrical power to the range at the main fuse or circuit breaker panel Be sure to let the light cover and bulb ( eel ( ornpletel ) . ii : : : ! i : ! ; i ¸ : i Toremovethecover : HeM a hand under tile c ( , ver so it doesn't tall when = = = = re = le = a : : s : e : : d : . : : : : W : ith tingers of the same hand , tirrnl } push back the wire cover holder . I Jfl ott'the cover . Donotremoveanyscrewstoremovethecover , Replace l ) ulb with a 40 - watt household appliance { } 1 ) ulb . Toreplacethecover : l'lace it into gTOOVeot tile light re ( eptacle . Pull wire ii _ iiii ! i ! _ lii _ l l foFward to the center of tile cover llntll it snaps into place . Connect electrical power to the range . _ i _ i ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! , _ i _ iiii iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi 24
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Broiler Pan & Grid After broiling , remove the broiler pan fi'om the oven . Remove the grid fl'om the pan . Caretully pour out the Afterbro # ingremovethebroilerpan grease ti'om the pan into a proper container . from theoven . Wash and rinse the broiler pan and grid in hot water with a soap4illed or plastic scouring pad . Iffood has burned on , sprinkle the grid with detergent while hot and cover Mth wet paper towels or a dishcloth . Soaking the pan Mll remove burned - on toods . The broiler pan may be cleaned with a commercial oven c . l . e . . a . ner If the , grid is , gree _ namel . , it c . a . . n . . also be cleaned with an oven cleaner . If the grid is chrome , do not use all ( ) , , ' ell cleaner to clean it . l ? , oth the broiler pan and grid can also be cleaned in the dishwasher . Do not store a soiled broiler pan and grid anywhere in the range , How to Remove the Storage Drawer or Kick Panel to Clean Under the Range Toremovethestoragedrawer : l'ull the drawer out all the wa ' , . Tilt up the fl'ont and remove it Cleanundertt ; erange . Toreplacethestorage drawer : Insert glides at the 1 ) ack ot the drawer be _ ond the / stop oi { range glides . 1Jfl the drawer if necessary , to insert eas Ix , . , _ [ _ et the fi'ont of the drawer down , then push : : : : : : : i : n : to close . Toremove the kick panel , pull it straight out at the bottom . Toreplace the panel , first hook the top tabs on and then the bottom tabs , 25 ! i
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Care and cleaning of the range . Porcelain Enamel Cooktop The porcelain enamel tinish is sturd } but breakable it misused . This finish is acid - resistant . However . am acidic toods spilled ( such as fl'uit juices , tomato or vinegar ) should not be peri - nitted to remain on tile tinish . If acids spill on tile cooktop while it is hot , use a ( h ) ' paper towel or cloth to wipe it up right awa } . When tile SlU'lace has cooled , wash with soap and water . Rinse well . For other spills such as t _ tt S _ ' ) 1atte rlll " } g : s , xra , sh wi " th soap and water or cleansing powders atier the surface has cooled . Rinse well . Polish with a oh ) ' cloth . Lift - Up Cooktop ( onsomemodels ) Some models have a cooktop that can be lifted up tor easier cleaning . Tile entire cooktop ma } be litied up and supported in the up position . Tile surtitce tlnits do not need to be removed ; however , Besureall surfaceunitsareturnedoff yet1 nlay remove one to make raising the cooktop easier . beforeraisingtbecooktep . There are t _ x ) side supports that lock into position when the cooktop is litied up , After cleaning under the cooktop with hot . mild soapy water and a clean cloth , lower the cooktop , Be careftfl not to pinch your tino - ers To lower the cooktop , push the rods back and gently lower the cooktop until it rests in place . ii iiiii ! l ! llil _ i _ i ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! , _ i _ iiii iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi 26
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Be sure all the controls are turned to OFFand the surface units are cool before attempting to remove them . Surface Units Surfaceunit To clean the suriilce units , turn the t ontrol to the highest setting tora minute . The coils will burn ott any soil . Toremovea surface unit ' . To remove the drip pans tor cleaning - , tile surt _ lt e units must be removed first . Receptacle DdPpan Lift the surtilce unit about 1 inch above the drip pan and pull it out . Donotlift thesurfaceunitmorethanI inch . ff yourio , itmadnotlie flat onthedrippanwhenyouplugit backin . Repeated litdng of die surt : ace unit more than 1inch above the drip pan can permanently damage the receptacle . Toreplacea surface unit : Replace the drip i - caninto the recess in tile cooktop . Make sure tile openir N in tile pan lines up with tile receptacle . Insert the terminals of the surface unit through the nlno Ill ope " g " the drip pan and into the receptade . Guide the surtht e unit into pla _ e so it rests evenly . Donotimmersethesurfaceunitsinliquidsof anykled Donotcleanthesurfaceunitsina dishwasher . Donotbendthesurfaceunitplugterminals . Donotattempttoclean , adjustorin anywayrepairtheplug - in receptacle . Drip Pans Remove tile surtilce units . Then lift out the drip pans . For best resuhs , clean the drip pans by hand . Place them in a covered container ( or a plastic bag ) with 1 / 4 cup ammonia to loosen the soil . Then scrub with a soap - iilled scouring pad it necessary . Rinse with clean water and polish with a clean soil cloth . The drip pans may also be cleaned in the dishwasher . Clean the area under the drip pans otien . Built - up soil , especially grease , ma } catch tire . Donotcoverthedrippanswithfoil . Usingfoilsocloseto thereceptaclecould causeshock , fireordamageto therange . 27 ! i
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_ iii ! ii [ [ ilJiiii _ iilli ! iiiiiiij } Installation of the range . Read these instructions completely and carefully . BeforeYouBegin IMPORTANT : Save these instructions for the local electrical inspector's use . IMPORTANT . " OBSERVEALL GOVERNINGCODES AND ORDINANCES . NOTE TO INSTALLER : Leave these instructions with the appliance after installation is completed . NOTE TO CONSUMER : Keep this Owner's Manual and Installation Instructions for future use . NOTE . " This appliance must be properly grounded . ToolsYouWillNeed [ aroe blade screwdriver , _ l / 4 " hex head nutdriver _ : Channel lock pliers or small ratchet t _ Tench with 3 / 16 " socket ( for leveling range ) ElectricalRequirements CAUTION , FORPERSONALSAFETYDO NOT USEAN EXTENSIONCORD WITH TH / SAPPL / ANCE . REMOVEHOUSEFUSEOR OPEN CIRCUITBREAKER BEFOREBEGINNING INSTALLATION . This appliance must be supplied with the proper voltage arid i } ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! [ i _ iiii fl'equen _ ) , arid connected to an individual , properl } grour _ ded branch orcuit , protected by a circuit breaker or time delay fuse , as noted on the radng plate . Wiring must conform to National Electric Codes , Ifthe electri ( service provided does not meet the above iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi specitications , have a licensed electrician install an approved outlet . Because rano - e teylllil - zals are not accessible alier range is il - Zposition , flexible service conduit or cord must be used . 28
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Read these instructions completely and carefully . FJ Prepare the Opening Allow 1L4 " spacing ti'onl the range to a ( ! iacent vertical walls above cooktop surface . Allow 30 " minimum clearance l ) etween surface units arid bottonl of unprotected wood or metal top cal ) inet , alld [ 5 " minimum 1 ) etween countertop and a ( ! iacent cabinet bottom . EXCEPTIOINn . s " tallationof a listedmicrowaveovenorcookIngapplianceoverthecooktopshall conformto theInstallationInstructionpsackedwiththatappliance . 1tcabinet storage is installed , reduce risk by installing a range hood that projects horizontally a rain . ot 5 " beyond the l ) ottom ot the cabinets . Make sure the wall coverin " countertops and cal ) inets around tlle rang - e can withstand heat o . . . . . . , generated b ' , the range oven or cooktop up to 200 ° F . Not lessthan thewidth of the range Hood Mi 7 " - - Locatethe outletboxwithin eithershadedarea . Wall Min . i I CLerfange , Wall _ . sidee , Co , d Heer _ iiiiiiliiiiilifii : iii : iii / ! ili _ i _ the ( _ _ Anti - _ p Bracket - - . . l _ ' _ / , J / _ / " t { installie eitherrearcorner } - - 29
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_ iii ! ii [ [ ilJiiii _ iilli ! iiiiiiij } Installation of the range . Read these instructions completely and carefully . Flooring Underthe Range Yourrange , likemanFotherhouseholditems , is heavFandcansettleintosoftfloorcovedngs suchascushionedvinylorcarpeting . When rnovir N the range on this t ) l ) e of flooring , it should be installed on a 1 / 4 " thick sheet of pl ) _ x ) od ( or similar material ) as tbllows : _ Vllen the tloor coverino - ends at the fl'ont of the rano - e the area that the rano - e will rest on should be buih up with plywood to the same level or higher than the floor covering . This will allow the range to be moved tot cleaning or se _ s _ icing . [ ] Prepare for Electrical Connection Effecdve January I , 1996the Nationa ! Electric Code requires that new construction ( not existing ) utilize a 4 - conductor connection to an electric ranga when installing a # electric range in new construction follow Steps 3 and 5for 4 - wire connection . Use orfly a 3 - ( onductor or a 4 _ onductor U IAisted range cord . These cords ma } be provided with ring terminals on wire and a strain relief device . A range cord rated at 40 amps with 125 / 250 mininmm volt range is required . A 50 amp range cord is not recornmended 1 ) ut if used , it should be marked for use with nominal 114 " diarneter connection openings . Care should be taken to center the cable and strain reliet within the knockout hole to keep the edge ti'om damaging the cal ) le . NOTE " A 4 - conductocrordis tobeusedwhentheapplianceis installedina mobilehomeor when localcodesdonotpermitgroundingthroughtheneutral , ffconduitis beingused , goto Step6 or Z i } ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! [ i _ iiii iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi
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[ ] Power CordStrain Relief Installation Remove the lower rear range wiring cover to expose the connector block { - 1I1 ( | bracket . ; b Renmve the knockout ring ( l _ " ) located on bracket directly below the Colmectol ' . To l'emove the knockout , rise a pail ot pliers to | ) end the knockout ring away from the bracket and twist until ring is removed . Knockourting inbracket . Knockoutringremoved . 5sset - n ) le the strain reliet in the hole Insert the power cord through the . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . < strain relieI and tighten . Allow enough slack to east b attach the cord terminals to the connector block , ff tabs are present at the end of the winged strain reliet , they can be removed tor better fit . NOTE : Do not & staff the power cord without a strain relie _ Connectboor x . . . _ . . 3 , ! i
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_ iii ! iiiiilJiiii _ iilli ! iiiiiiiji Installation of the range . Read these instructions completely and carefully . [ ] 3 - Wire Power CordInstallation A WARNING : The neutralor ground wire of the power cord must be connected to the neutral terminal located in the center of the connector block . The power leads must be connected to the outside ( brass colored ) terminals . Remove tile 3 wire terminal screws [ [ ' Oli1 tile connector block . Insert screws through each power cord terminal ring and into tile connector block until the screws engage tile ll [ ltS , l _ e cei't _ lin that the center wire is connected to tile center screw ot the connector block . Tighten screws securely . Do NOT remove ground strap connection . Connectbolrock Neutratel rrninal _ Groundstrap Powecrord ii ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! i ! _ i _ iiii iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi
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i ii ii'iliHiilHiiiHiiiii [ ] 4 - Wire Power CordInstallation i ! WARNING : The neutra / wire of the Supply circuit is connected to the neutral terminal located in the center of the . . . . . connector block . The power & ads must be connected to the outside ( brass colored ) terminals . The 4th grounding lead mUStbe connected to the frame of the range with the grounding plate and grounding screw . [ _ . emove the 3 screws _ [ ' ( ) 1 ? 1the connector block ib : Remove the grounding s ( rew and strap t _ ' om the coru ? ector block middle : : : : : : : : : : ] _ OCatiOl ] and tile screw connectiol ] to tile ti ' _ lIlle ( ) I the range . i Irlsert screws throutrh each ) ower cord terrn nal r ng and into cOrll ] ector . . . . . . . . . b . . l . o . . c . k . . . . [ lntll screw engages rltlt . Be certain that tile center w _ re is connected to tile center screw of the CollnectoI " block , Tighten screws securel } , Attach ground wire to the fi'ame ot the range . Before After Neutratel rminal Neutratel rminal ( oor : nrdd ' _ _ trgaahtoe , _ ro _ nd , _ l f _ ' ratuending 33 ! i
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_ iii ! iiiiilJiiii _ iilli ! iiiiiiiji Installation of the range . Read these instructions completely and carefully . [ ] 3 - Wire Condu # Installation Remove tile 3 screws t [ ' om the connector block . Insert bare wires between tile connector block terminals and nlovable nuts . Tighten screws securel } . Do not remove ground strap connection . WARNINGC : onnoctorblockis approvedfor copperwire connection only . If aluminum wire is used , See note below . NOTE . " ALUMINUM WIRING Do riot corlrlect _ - lhlnlirll _ lrn wire to tile Collnector l ) lock . Use copper building _ ire rated tk ) r tile correct amperage and volta e to make 3 ( three ) 3 " copper jumper wires , Connect wire as per Step 6 or 7 depending on number ot wires . _ l Splice copper wires t ( ah ] mimlm wiring t ] sin _ special connector term nals designed and Ul _ : approved t _ ) r , ioining Col ) per to Mtu - ninum and follow tile connector manutacturer's recommended procedure closely . Wireused , locationandenclosureof splices , etc . , mustconformtogoodwiringpractices andlocalcodes . _ 1 _ Screw / Barewire tips Connectobrlock 11 . _ Connectorblockterminal t Flexiblecable Bracke _ t ii ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! ii _ i _ iiii iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi
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_ ' _ 4 - Wire ConduitInstallation Renmve the 3 screws t _ ' orn the connector block . ] _ . ernove the OToundino straD fix ) n1 the connector block rniddle location and the screw cormecting it to the fi'ame ot the range . Insert bare wires between the connector block terminals and movable nuts . Tighten screws securely . Attach ground wire to the fi'ame ot the F ; _ lnoe O " WARNING : Connector block is approved for copper wire connection only . If aluminum wire is used , see note below . NOTE . " ALUMINUM WIRING x Do not connect a ] tlfniflllm wife tO cofmector block . U . s . . e . copper building , _ ire . . r . . a . t . e . d tor the correct amperage , and voltage to make 3 ( three ) 3 " copper jumper wires , Connect wire as per Step 6 or 7 depending on number ot wires . Splice copper wires to aluminum wiring usino spec a ] commct ( r terminals • . • • , • , - , . designed and U l _ - approved torjommg copper to ahmnnum and tollow the connector manut _ cmrer's recommended procedure closely . Wire used , location and enclosureof splices , etc . , must conform to good wiring practices and local codes . _ l _ are wiretips _ - , _ - - - - - - - Conduit 35 ! i
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iii ! iiiiilJiiii iilli ! iiiiiiiji Installation of the range . Read these instructions completely and carefully . [ ] Anti - Tip Bracket Installation An Anti - lip bracket is supplied with instructions tbr installation in a variety of locations . The instructions include a template , a parts list and a list at tools necessm ) " to complete the installation . Read tlle Important Safety Information and tile insu'uctior _ s that fit ' , our simati ( m betore be innin installation . 0 0 WARNING _ ; _ Range must be secured by Anti - Tipbracketsupplied . : : _ S : ee instructions to install ( supplied with bracket ) . Unless proper b installed , tile range could be tipped b _ , stepping or sitting on the door . h - { im ) might result fl'om spilled hot liquids or fl'om the range itself Bracket _ . i _ Wall plate Screwmustenterwood ormetal _ _ _ I l Typicailnstallationof anti - tipbrackotattad ) mentto walt Leveling the Range Tile rarve lllllSt be level I evelilw feet are located at each corner of the base of tile rano - e _ . Remove tile storage drawer or kick panel ( depending on ) our model ) and using cllannel locks , rotate ttle leveling teet in and out as required to level tile rano - e _ . ( For instructions oil how to renlove and replace tile storage drawer or the kick panel , see ttle Care and cleaning of the range section . ) ( ) n some models , there are plastic covers which may be removed tar easy adjustment ( just squeeze and pull ) . ( ) he of the rear leveling teet will engage the Anti - lip bracket ( allow for some side to side ac ! jusunent ) . Allow a minimmn clearance of l / 8 " between tile range and ii ! iii _ iiiiiiiiiii ! iiii ! ii _ i _ iiii the leveling toot that is to be installed into the Anti - lip bracket Check tile range tar proper installation into the Anti - lip bracket ) v removino - tile kick panel or storage drawer and inspecting the rear leveling leg . Make sure it tits securely into the slot . Final Check [ ] iiiii ! i ! i iiiiHi Be sure all range controls are in the OFFposition before leaving the range . 36
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Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting 77ps Save time and money ! Review the charts on the following pages first and you may not need to call for service . Possible Causes What To Do Surface units The surface units are With the controls off , check to make sure the sui'lhce not functioning not plugged in solidly . properly unit is phNged completely into the receptacle . The surface : Check to see the correct unit controls control is set ii ) r the sui'lhce improperly set . unit } ou are using . With the controls off , check The drip pans are not set securely in to make sure the drip pan is the cooktop . in the recess in the cooktop and that the opening in the pan lines up with the receptacle . Thedisplaygoes Power surge . Disconnect power at theker blankorindicator tuse box or cir ( afit brea tor at least 10 seconds . lightscroneon whenrange is Turn power on and power notinuse up ) our range . If the indicator lights are still on , call tor service . Oven light does Light bulb is loose Tighten or replace not work or defective , the bulb . ( ; all tor service . Switch operating light is broken . Ovenwill Plug on range is not Make sure electrical plug is notwork completely inserted in phNged into a live , properly the elecUScal outlet . grounded outlet . A fuse in your home Replace fl ] se or reset may be blown or the cirQfit breaker , circuit breaker wipped . Oven controls : See the Using the improperly set . oven section . Door left in the It necessm T , allow the oven to cool then tlulock locked position . the door , 37
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Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting - tips lem : : : ' : : : : : PossibleCauses What ToDo Food does notbake Oven controls See 1he Using the or roast properly improperly set . oven se ( ti ( ) n . Shelf position is See the Using the incorrect or the oven se ( tJori . shelf is not level . Incorrect cool . rare See the Using the or cookware of oven section . improper size being used . Oven thermostat See the Adjust the oven needs adjustment , thermostat - - Do it yourself ! section . Food does not Oven is not set Make sure } x ) u turn 1he broilproperly at BROIL . knob all the way to the BROIL position . Door not open to the See the Using the broil stop position as oven section . recommended . Improper shelf position See the Broiling guide . being used . Food being cooked Use the broiling pan and in a hot pan . grid that came with your range . Make sure it is cool . Cool . rare not suited Use the broiling pan and for broiling , grid that came with your range . Almninum foil used on See 11 _ eUsing the the broiling pan and oven section . . grid has not been fitted properly and slit as reconunended . In some areas the Preheat the broil element power ( uc , ltage ) ti ) r l 0 minutes . may be low . Broil for the lorNest period of time re ( ommended in 38 the Broiling guide .
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iiiiiii ! iZi Possible Causes What ToDo ! i ii ! ! ili iii ! ili ! i ! ! iiil iiiii ! iiil i i II i Oven thermostat Oven t _ nperature See the Adjustthe oven too hnt ortoo cold thermostat - - Do it yourself I . needs adjustment . section . Clock and timer Plug on range is Make sure electrical plug is do not work not completely plugged into a live , properl ) grounded outlet . erted inthe electrical outlet . A fuse in your home Replace fllse or reset cirolit breaker . may be blown or the circuit breaker lripped . See tile Using the clock Oven conlrols and timer section improperly set . _ llox _ tile ranu - e to cool to Ovenwill not The oven temperature self - clean is too high to set a room temperature and reset tile controls . self - clean operation . Oven conWols Make sure you turn tile improperly set . control knob all tile way to tile AUTOSELF CLEANposition . Oven door is not in Make StEre } ou move tile door latch handle all the the locked position . wa ) to tile right . Oven Starts a Oven door locked Turn tile ( h'en self - clean cycle during cooking . Temperature knob to OFF . Allow tile oven to cool . when you wanted Never torce the door to bake , roast or broil latch handle . This is norrnal . " Crackling " or This is the sound of " popping " sound the metal heating and cooling during both the cooking and cleaning functions .
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Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting - tips iii { igii ! { i lllllPllolsllslibile Causes What ToDo Excessive soil . Turn the ( ) yen Excessivesmoking Temperature knob to OFF , Open the windows to ridait the room of smoke . W until the LATCHDOOR light goes otE Wipe up the excess soil and reset the dean _ ycle . Oven door will Oven too hot . Allow the oven to cool not unlock below locking temperature . Oven not clean Oven controls not . . . . See Using the self - cleaning oven section , after a clean cycle properly set . Oven was heavily soiled . ( ; lean up hemy spilhwers before starting the clean c } _ le . Heavily soiled ovens may need to selt < lean again or for a longer period of time . . . . . Move the door latch LATCHDOORlight Oven controls not flashes properly set . handle to the right before setting the ( ) yen Temperature knob to AUTOSELFCLEAN . Oven door is The door is out Because the oven door is removable , it sometimes crooked of position . gets ( ) tit of position during installation . To straighten the door , push down on the high corner . 4O
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Possible Causes What ToDo The oven door was Turn the ( ) yen LATCH DOOR light is on when you accidentally locked . Temperature knob to OFF . want to cook Allow the oven to cool , Never torce the door latch handle . " F - - and a nmnber " You have a function If a function error code error code . flashinthedisplay appears during the sell : cleanin , _ cle check the oven door latch . The latch lnay have been re ( wed , even if onl ] , slightl ] , , from the locked position . Make sure the latch is moved to the right as far as it will go . Turn the ( h - en Temperaturethe knob to OFF Allow ( wen to cool tor one hour . Put the oven back into operation . l ) isconnect all power to the range for 5 minutes and then reconnect power . If the function error code repeats , call tot service . Some models MI1 Power outage Power outage or surge . automatically resume their settin , once the power isth restored . On models wi a clock , you nmst reset nthe clock . If the oven was i llse , } _ ) ll must reset it by turning the ( h'en Temperature knob back to OFF . setting the clock and resetting an } cooking function .
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GEElectric Range Warranty All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers , or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . For service , call 800 - GE - CARES . We Will Replace , At No Charge To You : One Year Anypart ot the rarNe whi ( b fails due to a ( tetect Fromthe date of the in materials or workrnar _ ship , l ) urir N this full one - year origina ! purchase warrant , we will _ dso provide , free of charge , _ dl lal ) or and in - borne service to replace the detective part . i ! i s _ ? S ' ervice lrips to your home to teach you ; : _ : R : eplacement of house fuses or how to use the product , resetting of circuit breakers . _ : Improper installation . _ : Damage to the product caused by accident , f'we , floods or acts of God . _ Failure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other Incidental or consequential damage to than the intended purpose or used personal property caused by possible commercially . defects with this appliance . Thiswarranty is extended to the original purchaserand any succeedingowner for products purchased for home use within the USA , In Alaska , the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or servicecalls to your home . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which varyfrom state to state . Toknow what your legal rights are , consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General 43
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Service TelephoneNumbers . GEAnswer Center ® 800.626.2000 The ( , E Answer ( ; enter is oper _ 24 hours a da } . t da } s a week . iiii i ! iiiiHii In - HomeRepairService800 - GE - CA ( R8E00S - 432 - 2737 ) iiiiii iii ! illi Expert ( ; E repair service s onl ) a phone call away . SpecialNeedsService800 . 626.2000 TDD 800 - TDD - GEAC ( 800 - 833 - 4322 ) ( ; [ ' 2ofl ' ers , ti'ee of d - _ arg - e , a 1 ) rodmre to assist in planning a barrier - ti'ee k tchen tbr persons with 1mited mobil tv . . ServiceContracts800 - 626 - 222q l'urchase a ( ; E service contract while your warrant ? is still in etlect and ) ou'll receive a substantial discount . GE Consumer Service will still be there atier your warrant ? expires . PartsandAccessories800 - 626 - 2002 lndMduals qualified to service tl _ eir o ' _ a - _ appliances can have parts or accessories sent directly to tl _ eir homes ( VISA , MasterCard and Discover cards are accepted ) . Instructionscontainedinthismanualcoverproceduresto beperformed byanyuser . Otherservicinggenerallyshouldbe referredto qualified servicepersonnelCautionmustbe exercised , sinceimproperservicing maycauseunsafeoperation . ServiceSatisfaction Ilyou are not satisfied wid _ the service you receive ti'om GE , tollow these fl _ ree s _ eps . Firat contact the people who serviced } x ) ur appliance . Next , if } x ) u are still not pleased , write all the details - including ) our phone ntm _ ber - to : Manager , Consumer Relations , GE Appliances , Appliance [ ' ark , I _ ouisville , KY 40225 . Finally , it } _ ) ur problem is still not resolved , write : M _ ! jorAppliance Consumer Action Program 20 North Wacker [ ) rive , Chicago , IL 60606 . Printed in Lou _ vi / / e , KY lg9 _
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