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ge . com Installation Safety Instru _ tions . . . . . . 2 - 7 Instructions . . . . . . . . . . 39 - 50 Operating Instructions Air A ( ! j ustnlent . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 A1 unlin unl Foil . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Anti - Tip Device . . . . . . . . . 42 , 50 © Clock and Tinier . . . . . . . . . . 14 ( ; hecking Burner J ( ; B 928 I , ower Oven Drawer . . . . . . . . 27 Ignition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Surtace Cooking . . . . . . . . . . 8 , 9 Connecting the Range UI ) I ) er Oven . . . . . 10 - 26 , 28 , 29 to Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 - 45 Baking and Roasting . . . . . . 12 Diinensions and Clearances . . 41 ° _ Br ( filing , Broiling Guide . . . 13 Electrical Connections . . . 46 , 47 Convection . . . . . . . . . . . 17 - 20 i , eveling the Range . . . . . . . . 49 Oven Contr ( ) l . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 I , P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Power Outage . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Preheating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Troubleshooting Probe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 - 54 Sabbath Feature . . . . . . . 24 , 25 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Self : ( : leaning . . . . . . . . . 28 , 29 Shelves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Consumer Support Si ) ecial Features . . . . . . . 22 , 23 ( 2onsun / er Sui ) i ) ort . . Back Ciiver Therin ( ) stat A ( ! justnlent . . . . 26 Product Registration . . . . . 57 , 58 oq Timed Baking _ ' arrailtv ti ) r Custoinei _ and Roasting . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 in Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Tinled Convecti ( m Baking . . 21 _ lrrailt ) ' ti ) r ( : uston / eI _ in the / J , S , A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Care and Cleaning Broiler Pan and Grid . . . . . . . 35 Burner AsseInblv . . . . . . . . 30 , 31 Burner Grates . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Control Panel and Knobs . . . . 37 Co o kto I ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 - 34 Glass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 , 34 Porcelain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Door l _ , eInowd . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 I , ower Oven Drawer . . . . . . . . 36 ( ) veil Bottom . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Oven iJght Rei ) lacenlent . . . . 38 Oven Vents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Sell = Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . 28 , 29 Shelves and Drawer Racks . . . 38 Stainless Steel Surtaces . . . . . . 32 Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # You can find thenl on a label on tile fl'ont of tile range behind tile lower ( ) veil ( lI ' _ lweI ' . In Canada contact us at : 183D5580P165 49 - 85078 - 1 05 - 05 JR www . GEAppliances . ca
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . 7 READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . iii ¸ i ! iii ! iii ! iii ! ! WJilARNING ! 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 . m WARNING : If the information in this manual is not followed exactly , a fire or explosion may result causing property damage , personal injury or death . - - Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance . WARNING ! - WHATTODOIF YOU ANTI - TIPDEVICE SMELLGAS , ALL RANGES CAN TIP Do not try to light any appliance . INJURY TO PERSONS Do not touch any electrical switch ; COULD RESULT do not use any phone in your building . INSTALL AN _ TIP Immediately call your gas supplier DEVICES PACKED WITH from a neighbor's phone . Follow the RANGE gas supplier's instructions . SEE INSTALLAtiON If you cannot reach your gas supplier , INSTRUCtiONS call the fire department . - - Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer , o _ service agency or the gas supplier . q ANTI - TIPDEVICE All ranges can tip and injury could result . Toprevent accidental tipping of the range , attach it to the waft by installing the Anti - - tip device supplied . # . If the Anti - - tip device supplied with the range does not fit this application , use the universal Anti - - 17p device WB2X7909 . Tocheck if the device is installed and engaged properly , carefully tip the range forward . The Anti - - tip device should engage and prevent the range from tipping over . Kyou pull die rang _ out from die wall for ally ' reason , make snie tile device is properly engag > d when you push the range back against tile wall . If it is not , there is a possible risk of the rang > tipping ox _ r and causing iiijnry if you oi a child stand , sit oi lean on all open door Please ieDr m file Anti - Tip device information ill fl _ is mannal . Failure m take fl _ is plecaution could iesult ill tipping of the rang > and ii _ ju U .
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ge . com WARNING ! IMPORTANSTAFETYNOtiCE The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act requires the Governor of California to publish a list of substances known to the state to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm , and requires businesses to warn customers of potential exposure to such substances . Gas appliances can cause minor exposure to four of these substances , namely benzene , carbon monoxide , formaldehyde and soot , caused primarily by the incomplete combustion of natural gas or LP fuels . Properly adjusted burners , indicated by a bluish rather than a yellow flame , will minimize incomplete combustion . Exposure to these substances can be minimized by venting with an open window or using a ventilation fan or hood . SAFETYPRECAUtiONS Have the installer show you the location of the range gas shut - off valve and how to shut it off if necessary . Have your range installed and properly Plug your range into a 120 - volt grounded grounded by a qualified installel , in outlet only . Do not remoxe file round accordance with fl _ e Installation Instructions . grounding prong from the ping . If in doubt Any adjusunent and service should be about rite grounding of rite home electrical performed only by qualified gas range system , it is your personal responsibili w and installers or service mchnicians . obligation to haxe an ungrounded outlet replaced wifll a properly grounded , Do not attempt to repair or replace any threel ) rong outlet in accordance with part of your range unless it is specifically the National Electrical Code . Do not use recommended in this manual . All other an extension cord with this appliance . ser \ dce should be referred to a qualified technician . 3
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . 7 READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . iiiiiiiiiiiiil ; _ i ! i ! ! ' ; i _ : _ i'iiiililililililililiiii _ ; _ ! _ SAFETYPRECAUTIONS Locate the range out of kitchen traffic path Nexer wear loose fitting or hanging gamrents arrd out of drafw locations to prexent poor while using the appliance . Be careflfl when air circulation . reaching for items stored in cabinets oxer the range . Flammable mamrial could be ignimd Be sure all packaging materials are if hrought in corrtact with flame or hot oxen m remoxed flom the range hefore operating it stirPaces arrd may cause sexere hnrrrs . to prevent fire or smoke damage should the Do not store flammable mamrials in an packaging material ignite . , 0 o _ en , a range drawer or near a cookmp . Be sure your range is correctly adjusted hy Do not store or use combustible mam _ - ials , a qualified service technician or installer for tire type of gas ( natural or LP ) that is to he gasoline or other flammable vapors and used . Your range can he convermd for use liquids in the vicinity of this or arty other with either type of gas . See the Installation of appliance . the range section . Do not let cooking grease or oflmr flammable mamrials accnmnlam in or near the Fange . WARNING : ad > stmmenntsst he made hy a qualified service technician Do not use wamr on grease fires . Nexer pick in accordance with file mannJ _ acturer's up a flaming pan . Turn tire cormols off . instrucuons arrd all codes arrd requirements Smother a flaming pan on a surPace humer , 0 of the autho _ - igv having jurisdiction . Failure hy co _ ering fire pan completely with to follow flrese irrstmcfions could result in a well - fitting lid , cookie sheet or fiat u W . seIJons irljni y or properw damage . The Use a multi - puq ) ose dr T chemical or qualified agen W performing this work foam - type fire extinguisher assumes _ esponsibility for the conversion . Flaming grease outside a pan can be put , 0 After prolonged use of a range , high floor out hy covering it with baMng soda or ; mmperamres m W result and many floor if available , hy using a mulfi - pnrpose dr T - € coxering : s will not wiflrstand this kind of use . chemical or foam - type rite exfinguishen Ne _ er irrstall fire range o _ er vinyl die or Flame in the upper oxen or lower oxen linoleum flint cannot wiflrstand such wpe drawer can he smothered completely hy of use . Nexer irrstal ] it directly oxer irrterior closing fire o _ en door or drawer arrd turning kitchen carpeting . tire conuol to offor hy using a muld - Do not leme children alone or unatmnded puq ) ose d U chemical or foam - type rite q where a range is hot or in operation . exdnguishen They could he seriously hnmed . i , et fl _ e hnmer grates and other surfaces Do not allow anyone m climb , stand or hang cool hefore ranching them or leaving fl _ em where children can teach them . on the oxen door ; drawer or cookmp . They could damage fire rang _ and exen tip it oxel ; Ne _ er hlock dre \ ents ( air openings ) of the causing sexere personal injm T , range . They provide dre air irrlet arrd outlet flrat are necessat T tbr tire range to operate CAUTION : temosfir . eretso , properly with conect combnsdon . Air children should not he stored in cahinets opening _ are locamd at the rear of the aboxe a range or on tire backsplash of a cooktop , at fire top arrd hottom of tire oxen range - - - < : hildren climhing on tire range to door arrd at fire hottom of fl _ e range under reach items could he selJonsly ir _ jnred . the lower oven drawer or kick panel . m Large scratches or impacts to glass doors WARNING : NEVERthuisse or cooktops can lead to hroken or appliance as a space hearer to heat or shatmred glass . warm tire room . Doing so may result in carbon monoxide poisoning arrd o _ erheafing of the o _ en . 4
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ge . com WARNING ! SURFACBEURNERS Use proper pan size - - avoid pans that are unstable or easily tipped . Select cookware having flat bottoms large enough to cover burner grates . Toavoid spiflovers , make sure cookware is large enough to contain the food properly . This will both save cleaning time and prevent hazardous accumulations of food , since heavy spattering or spillovers left on range can ignite . Use pans with handles that can be easily grasped and remain cooL Always use tile LITE position when ignidng Do not flame foods on d _ e cooktop . If you do flame foods under file hood , aim tile the top burners arrd make sure tile burners _ aI ] Ol3 , haw ignited . Never leaxe tile surfirce bm _ rers unattended Do not use a wok on the cooldng surlZace at hiOr flame setting : s . Boilox > rs cause smoMng if tire wok has a round metal ring that is placed oxer fire burner gxam to support tire arrd greasy spillox > rs that m W catch on fire . wok . Tiris ring acts as a heat trap , which m W Adjust fire mp burner flame size so it damage the 1 ) urner gram and 1 ) urner head . does not exmnd beyond tire edge of tire Also , it m W cause tile burner to work cool < ware . Excessixe flame is hazardous . improperly . Tills may cause a carbon Use only d U pot holders - - moist or damp monoxide lexel aboxe that allowed by pot holders on hot surtaces may result in cuiTerrt standards , resulting in a health 1 ) urlrs flom steam . Do not let pot holders hazard . come near open flames when lifting Foods for flTing should be as d _ T as possible . cool < ware . Do not use a towel or oilier bu ] kv Frost on Dozen foods or moisulre on fresh clofll in place of a pot holder tbods can cause hot rift m bubble up and When using glass cool < ware , make sure it ox _ r tire sides of tile pan . is designed for mI > - of - rang > cooking . Nexer uT to mole a pan of hot tZat , especially To minimize tile possibility of bums , ignition a deep fat flTer _ ' ait until tile fat is cool . of flammable materials arrd spillage , turn Do not leaxe plastic items on tile cookmp - - cookware handles toward tire side or back filey m W melt if left too close to file x > nt . of fire range wifl / out extending over Kee I ) all plastics aw W from tile smlZace adjacent burnel _ . billTreFs . Caiefldly wamh foods being fcied at a high To ax _ id tire possibility of a bum , always be flame setting . certain that tile controls for all bui _ ] ers are Alwws heat fat slowl > arrd wamh as it heats . at the OFF position arrd all grams are cool Do not leave any items on fire cookmp . Tile before atmmpting to remox _ flrem . hot air flom the lent m W ignim flammable If rang _ is locamd near a windo _ , do not imms and will irrcrease pressure ira closed hang long curtains flint could blow oxer file corrtainers , which m W cause fllem m b / list . surfi _ ce burners arrd cream a fire hazard . If a combination of oils or fats will be used If you smell gas , troll off tile gas to the rang _ in flying , stir mg > ther before heating or arrd call a qualified service technician . Ne _ > r as fats melt slowly . use an open flame to locate a leak . Use a deep fat thei _ nometer whenexer Always ulm fire surfl _ ce burner controls off possil ) le to prexent oveflleafing fat beyond before removing cool < ware . tile smoMng point . Do not lift the cooktop . I , ifting tire cooktop Use fire least possible amount of fat for can lead to damag > arrd improper operauon effecfixe shallow or deeI > lzat ruing . Filling of the rang _ . tire pan mo fill of fiat can cause spilloxers when food is added .
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . 7 READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . iiiiiiiiiiiiil ; _ i ! i ! ! ' # _ i ' # # # ii # _ GLASSCOOKTOSPURFACrEonsommeodels ) Use care when touching the glass cooktop surface . The glass surface of the cooktop will retain heat after the controls have been turned off . iiiiiiiiiiiiiii _ , _ ii , ! iiiiii { , i _ ' i ; iii _ , _ i _ ii , # _ ii _ ii _ ii _ ii _ # # il Avoid scratching tile glass cooktop smPace . Clean the cooktop snilaace with caution . Tile glass surfltce can be scratched with If a wet spong _ or cloth is used to wipe imms such as sharp instruments , fing : s or spills on a hot surface , be careflfl to ax _ id m other jewel U and fixets on clothing . smam burns . Some cleaners can produce noxious finnes if applied to a hot snrfi _ ce . Do not operate file cooktop if file glass is , 0 broken . Spilloxel _ or cleaning solution may NOTE . X " a : erecommend that you ax _ id penetrate a 1 ) roken cooktop and create a wiping any surfilce areas until they haw risk of elecuical shock . Contact a qualified cooled . Sugar spills are tile exception to tiffs . Please see Cleaning the glass cooktop surface technician immediately should your glass section . cookmp smPace become broken . Nexer use tile g ] ass cookmp smPace as When the cooktop surfitce is cool , use a cntung board . only CERAMA BRYTE _ Ceramic Cooktop Cleaner and tile CERAMA BRYTE ¢ _ Do not place or store items that carl meh Cleaning Pad to clean the cooktop . or catch fire on file glass cookmp surface , ex > n when it is not being used . To avoid possible damag _ to tile cooking smPace , do not apply cleaning cream to the , 0 Be carefid when placing spoons or oilier glass surPace when it is hot . stirTing utensils on glass cooktop surface when it is in use . They may become hot After cleaning , use a d U cloth or paper and could cause bums . towel to remox > all cleaning cream residue . Read and follow all instructions and Do not place or store items that can meh , 0 or catch fire on tile grates , exen when the waming : s on the cleaning cream labels . cooktop is not being used . Nex > r place , use or self - dean the lower ox > n drawer pan in the upper oxen . ELECTRIWCARMINGDRAWER ANDLOWEROVENDRAWERronsomoede / ; q Tile puq ) ose of d _ e wanning drawer and Do not touch the heating element or the interior surface of the lower oven drawer . V _ , ARMZONE setting of the lower oxen drawer is to hold hot cooked foods at Ti _ ese smt _ aces may be hot enougt _ to 1 ) urn . serving temperature . Alwws start wifll hot REMEMBER : Tile inside surface of the lower tbod ; cold food cannot be heated or cooked oxen drawer may be hot when the drawer in the wamaing drawer or the WARM ZONE # _ . is opened . setting of the lower oxen drawee Use care when opening tile lower oxen Do not use fl _ e lower oxen drawer m d W drawen Open tile drawer a crack and let newspapers . If ox _ rheated , they can catch hot air or steam escape before removing on fire . or replacing food . Hot air or smam which Do not leme paper products , plastics , escapes carl cause bums to hands , fi _ ce canned food or combustible materials and / or eyes . m rd _ in the lower oven drawen Do not use aluminum foil to line tile lower oxen drawen Foil is an excellent heat Nexer lemejars or cans of fat dfipping : s in or near VOHF ] ower oxen drawer . insulator and will trap heat beneadl it . Tiffs will upset the perfommnce of d _ e drawer Do not warm food in file lower oven drawer for more titan two hours . and it could damag > the interior finish . 8 6
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ge . com COOKMEATANDPOULTRTYHOROUGHLY . . . Cook meat and poultry thoroughly - - meat to at least an INTERNAL temperature of 160 ° Fand poultry to at least an INTERNAL temperature of 180 ° ECooking to these temperatures usually protects against foodbome illness . UPPEROVEN Stand away from the range when opening the door of a hot oven . The hot air and steam that escape can cause bums to hands , face and eyes . Do not use the ox . en for a storag . e area , When using cooking or roasting hags in d _ e ox . en , follow the manulCaculrer's direct . ions . Items stored in file oven can ig _ ite . Kee I ) the ox . en fl , ee from grease buildup . Do not use your ox . en to d U newspapers . If ox . erheated , flier can catch fl _ . e . Place the ox . en sheh . es in the desired position while the ox . en is cool . Use only glass cookwat . e that is recommended for use in gas ox . ens . Pulling out tile shelf to tile stop - lock is a convenience in lifting hemy foods . It is also A ] wws remox . e the broiler pan fiom rang . e as a precaution against bnTfls from touching soon as you finish broiling . Grease left in the hot surPaces of the door or oven walls . The pan can catch fire if ox . en is used wifllont lowest position is not designed to slide . removing the grease flom the broiler pan . Do not heat unopened food containers . When broiling , if meat is too close to file Pressure could build up and the container flame , the fat may ignite . Trim excess t _ t to could burst , causing an injn U . prex . ent excessive flare - ups . Make sure the broiler pan is in place con , ectly . 4 , WARNING : NEVERacnyover m i . educe the possibility of g _ . ease fi . es . If yon should hax . e a grease fire in the broiler slots , holes or passag . es in the ox . en sbottomuch or cover an entire rack with matelials pan , press the CLEAR / OFFpad , and kee I ) the oven door closed m contain fire until it as ahm _ inum foil . Doing so blocks air flow bnrJls ont . through the oven and may cause carbon monoxide poisoning . Ahmlinum foil linings For safety and proper cooking performance , always bake and broil with the oven door may also uap heat , causing a fire hazard . closed . Do not use aluminum foil anywhere in die Nex . er place , use or selt ¥ 1ean the lower ox . en oxen except as described in this manual . drawer pan in the upper ox . en . Misuse could result in a fire hazard or damage to the range . SELF - CLEANINTGHEUPPEROVEN Be sure to Mpe off excess spillag . e before Do not clean the door g'asket . The door gasket self - cleaning operation . is essential for a g _ od seal . Care should be token not to rub , damag . e or mox , e the g'asket . Before self - vleaning the oven , remove the broiler pan , broiler grid , all cookwa _ . e , prohe Clean only parts listed in this Owner's Manual . and any ahln _ inum foil . If the self - cleaning mode malflmcdons , turn Nex . er place , use or self - dean die lower ox . en the oxen off and disconnect the ix ) wet supply . drawer pan in the upper ox . en . Have it setMced by a qualified mchnician . Do not use ox . en cleaners . No commercial Nickel oven sheh . es ( on some models ) should be removed fiom the oven before oxen cleaner or ox . en liner of any kind beginning the selt ¥ lean Q'cle . should be used in or around any part of the ox . en . Residue fiom ox . en cleaners will Gr W porcelain - coated oven sheh . es ( on some damag . e rite inside of file ox . en when the models ) m W be cleaned in the ox . en duiing self - clean cycle is used . the selt ) lean cycle . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS 7
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Usingthe gas surfaceburners . , O Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model Before Lighting a Gas Burner After Lighting a Gas Burner Make sure all burne ] _ are in place . Do not operate the burner tot an extended period ot time without Make sure all grates on the range are cookware on the grate . The finish on properly placed be / ore using any burne ] : rite grate may chip without cookware to abso ] 4 ) the heat . Be sure the burne ] s and grates are cool before you place your hand , a pot holde ] ; iiiiiiiii , i : iii7 cleaning cloths or other materials on iiiiiiiiiiiii " : : i _ ' i _ 5 : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : ilili _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! them . How to Light a Gas Surface Burner iiiiiiiiiiii _ ii ! ii ! ii _ ii ; ; _ i _ iiil ; _ ii ; _ ! ) i ' _ % iiii _ i ! ) ! i { i Make sure all the surli _ ce burne ] _ are V ] hen one burner is turned to UTE , all placed in their respecdve positions . the burne ] _ spark . Do not attempt to disassemble or clean around any burner Push the control knob in and turn it to while another burner is on . An electric the LITEposition . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii ii ii ii ii i iii ii ii i i i i i i i i i i ii isihocik ! may result , which could cause vet ! to knock over hot cookware . XA ) u will hear a little clicking noise > - - the sound of the electric spark igniting , O the burne ] : Push the control knob in and tern it Turn the knob to at ! it ] st the flame size . to the LITEposition . If the knob stays at LITE , it will contim ] e to click . , 0 Sealed Gas Burners Medium Small Yi ] t ] ] " gas range cooktop has ibm " sealed The extra la ] ge burner ( right fl'ont ) is the ! g _ s burne ] s . They ( > fib ] " convenience , nlaxinluln output burnei ; i , ike the other deanabilitv and flexfl ) ilitv to be used in three bt ] rne ] _ , it can be turned down fl'om a wide range ot cooking applications . HI to LOfor a wide range ot cooking applications ; h ( > weve ] ; this burner is The smallest burner in the right rear designed to quickly bring large amounts ( > t position is the simmer burne ] : This burner Large Extra Large liquid to a boil . It has a spedal POWER BOlE _ can be turned down to LOIi > r a \ ' eta ' low q setting designed to be used with cookware simmer setting , It provides precise cooking 10 inches or larger in diamete ] : perlom ] ance for delicate toods such as SatlCeS OI " [ i ) o ( ls that require low heat lot a 0 0 FRONT O0 long cooking time . The medium ( left rear ) and the la ] ge ( left fl'ont ) burne ] s are the primal T burne ] s fi : , r ] ] ] ( ) st cooking . These general - puq ) ose burne ] s can be turned down fl'om HI to LO to suit a wide range ot cooking needs . Extra - large burners only m How to Select Flame Size Forsafehandlingof cookwaren , everlet theflames Haines larger than the bott ( m ] of the extendupthesidesof thecookware . cookware will not result in filster heating of the cookware and could be hazardous . Watch the flame , not the knob , as you ] educe heat . When ti _ st heating is desired , the flame size on a gas burner should Illatch tile cookware you al'e tlsing .
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ge . com Top - of - Range Cookware Aluminum : Medium - weight cookware is Glass : There are two t , ipes ot glass cookware - - those tor { ) \ dell rise onlY and recommended because it heats quickly and e ' _ enl _ . Most foods brown exenlv in an those for rap - of - range cooking ( saucepans , aluminum skillet . Use saucepans with fight - coffee and teapots ) . Glass conducts heat very slowly . fitting lids when cooking with minimum alllO / ints of watei : Heatproef Glass Ceramic : Can be used tot Cast - Iron : If heated slowly , most skillets will either sm _ i _ ce or oven cooking . It conducts give satisthctorv results . heat ve D ' slowly and cools very slowly : Check cookware l / l _ lnt / [ ilCtllI'eI " S directions to be Enamelware : Under some conditions , sure it can be used on gas ranges . tile enai / lel of soille cookw ; iFe ill , iv i / / elt . Follow cookwai'e iilan / i ] [ ilCttli'ei " s Stainless Steel ' . This metal alone has poor recommendations tot cooking methods . heating properties and is usually combined with coppei ; aluminum or other metals for improved heat distribution . Combination metal skillets usually work satisfi _ ctorik if they are used with medium heat as the IIl _ l n / l [ il Ctlli'ei " i'ecoli / iilends . Stove Top Grills Do not use stove top grills on your sealed gas burnei _ . If wm use the stove top grill on tile sealed gas burnei ; it will cause incomplete combustion and can result ill expostli'e to Cax'bon i / lonoxide levels above allowable current standards . Thbcanbehazardoustoyourhealth . Wok This Way Werecommendthatyou usea 14 - inchor smaller Do not use a wok support ring . Placing tile fiat - bottomed wok . Make sure thewok bottom sits ring over tile btlrner or grate may Catlse tile fiat onthe grate . Theyare available at your local bm'ner to work improped > resulting in Use a flat - bottomed wok . retail store . carbon monoxide levels above allowable standards . This could be dangerous to your Only a fiat - bottomed wok should be used . health . In Case of Power Failure Sm _ iace burnei _ in use when an electiical In case of a power fifilure , you can light tile gas smti _ ce burnei _ on w ) ur range with a power fifilm'e occtu _ will contintle tO match . Hold a lit match to the burnex ; then operate noii / lallv : , push in and turn tile control knob to tile LITE position . Use extreme ca ution when lighting burnei _ this way :
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Usingthe ovencontrols . , 0 Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model { Convection iiiiiiiii < iiii7 iiiiiiiiiiiii < i _ ' i _ 5 : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i ; i ; i _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! OvenControl , ClockandTimerFeatures ( onsommeodels ) COOKING TIME Pad iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiioiiiiiSiiEiLiFiCiiLiEiAiiNiPlaildililililililiiiiiiii i ! il 0 Touch this pad to select the selfkleaning Totlch this pad and then fetich the ntln / ber flmction . See the Using the self - cleaning pads to set tile [ llllOtlnt of time veil IV ; lilt VOILE oven sect . ion . food to cook . The oven will shut off when , 0 the cooking time has mn out . O PROBE Pad ( on some models ) DELAYSTARTPad S o " " ( ) ( Touch this pad when u . m % the p _ be t _ • O cook toed to the desired internal Lrse ahmg with COOKINGTIME or SELFCLEAN pads to set the oven to start and stop temperatm'e . atltOil / aticallv at a [ lille Veil set . , 0 O BAKE Pad OVEN LIGHT Pad ( on some models ) Touch this pad to select the bake timcfion . Touch this pad to turn the oxen light on oI " oJ _ ' . BROILHI / LO Pad Touch this pad to select the broil flmction . START Pad CONVERCOTIAOPSNaT ( donsommeodels ) Must be touched to start any cooking or Touch this pad to select roasting _ dth the cleanino tilnction . con % ec [ ion iilnc [ ion , KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFFPad Touch this pad to select the timer teatm'e . O Display q Shows the tiIlle of day , oven teillpei _ lttli'e , Number Pads whether the oven is in the bake , broil , convection or selfk'leaning mode and Use to set any fimction requiring numbe _ the times set for the timer or automatic such as the time of day on the clock , the oven opei'ations . time _ ; the oven temperature , the internal food temperatm'e , the start time and If " F - and a numberor letter " flash in the displayand the length _ ffoperation fin " timed baking ovencontrol signals , this indicatesa function error code . # . and sel6cleaning . If youroven was set for a tkned ovenoperationand CONVECTION BAKE Pad ( on some models ) a power outage occurred , theclock and all programmed Touch this pad to select baking with the functionsmust be reset con ' _ ection ftlnction . Thetkneof daywill flashin thedisplaywhentherehasbeen CLEAR / OFFPad apoweroutage . Touch this pad to cancel ALL o ; en operations m If " Err " appearsin thedisplay , youhave med toset a time or except the clock and time _ : temperatureoutside of thecontro / # bruits . PressCLEAR / OFF and entera new setting . O CLOCKPad Touch this pad before setting the clock . aa / 0
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Usingthe upperoven . gecom Toavoid possible bums , place the shelves in the desired position before you turn the oven on . Before you begin . . . The shelves have stop - locks , so that when To remove a shelf , pull it toward you , tilt the placed correctly on the shelf supports ( A fl'ont end up and pull it out . through E ) , they will stop betore coming To replace , place the end of the shelf ( stoi > completely out , and will not dlt . locks ) on the support , flit up the fl'ont and When placing and removing cookware , push the shelf in . pull the shelf out to the bump on the shelf NOTE " The shelf is not desl ) ned to slide out at the supI ) ort . specbl low shelf ( R ) position . Theoven has 5 shelf positions . It also has a special low shelf position ( R ) for extra large items , such as a large turke _ Upper Oven Vent Your oven is vented through ducts at the Handlesofpotsandpansonthecooktopmay becomehot ff lefttoodose to thevent rear _ ff the range . Do not block these ducts _ d _ en cooking in the oxen - - it is important Do not leaveplastic or flammableitems on the that the flow of hot air ti'om the oven and cooktol > - - they maymelt or ignite if left too dose fresh air to the oven burner be to the vent tminmrruI ) ted . Avoid touching the vent Donot & aveclosedcontainersonthecooktop . openings or nearb ) st / is _ ilces during oxen or Thepressureindosedcontainersmayincrease , broiler operation - - they may become hot . Plastic items on the cooktop may melt if left too close to the vent . whichmaycausethemtoburst . Vent appearance and location varg Metalitemswillbecomeveryhot if theyareleft onthecooktopa , ndcouldcauseburns . Power Outage CAUTION : Do not make anyattempt to operate the If the oven is in use when a power fidlure electric ignition ovenduring an electricalpower occm's , the oven burner shuts off and failure . cmmot be re - lit tmdl power is restored . This is beca use the flow of gas is a utomafically The oven or broiler cmmot be lit dining a stopped and will not resume when power is power fidlm'e . Gas will not flow tmless the restored tmtil the glow bar has reached glow bar is hot . operating temperatm'e . Upper Oven Light Touch the OVENLIGHTpad on the upper control panel to mrn the light on or off . On some models , the OVENLIOHTswitch is on the lower fl'ont control panel . 11
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Usingthe upper oven . , 0 How to Set the Upper Oven for Baking or Roasting Youroven ls not designedfor open - doorcooklkTg . Typeof Food Shelf Position Frozenpies ( oncookiesheet ) BorC [ ] Touch the BAKE pad . Angelfoodcake , A [ ] Touch the number pads to set the bundtorpoundcakes desired temperature , Biscuits , muffins , brownies , C [ ] Touch the START pad . cookiesc , upcakes , layercakes , pies The word ON and 100 ° will be displayed , _ s the oven heats up , the display will show Casseroles BorC iiiiiiiii = iii , = i _ : 5 the changing temperature . _ . _ ] _ en the oven Roasting RorA The oven has a special low shelf ( R ) iiiiiiiiiiiii ' : : i _ ' i _ iUi : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : ilili _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! reaches the temperatm'e you set , a tone position just above the oven bottom . will sotmd . Use it when extra cooking space is needed , for example , when cooking Tochange the oventemperature dunngBAKEcycle , a large turke _ The shelf is not press the BAKE pad and then thenumberpads to designed to sfide out at this position . get the new temperature . [ ] Check fi ) od fin " doneness at minimum time on recipe . Cook hmger if necessa i'v . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililililililililiiiiiiiii ! il [ ] Touch the CLEAR / OFpFad when c ( ) oking is complete . , 0 Preheating and Pan Placement Preheat the oven if the recipe calls fin " it . Baking results will be better if baking pans are centered in tile oven as I / IHch _ lS To preheat , set the oven at the correct , 0 temperature . Preheating is necessary possible . Pans should not touch each other or the walls of the oven . If w ) u need to use when convection baking and fin " good - € results when baking cakes , cookies , pastry two shelves , stagger the pans so one is not and breads . direct . Iv above the other ; and leave approMmately 1I / _ > b " etween pans , fl'om Forovens without a preheat i } Tdlcatorfight or tone , the fl'ont , back and sides of the wall . preheat 10m / kTutes . Aluminum Foil q Never cover the oven bottom with Mumimm _ foil may also be used to catch a aluminum foil . spillove _ : To do so , place a small sheet of foil on a lower shelf several inches below You can use aluminum toil to line the the food . broiler pan and broiler grid . However ; you Never entirely cover a shelf xfith almninmn Cut slits in fl _ efoil usr m < eme gna . must mold the fifil tightly to the grid and fi ) il , This will distm'b the heat circulation # _ . cut slits in itjust like the grid . and result in I ) ° ° r baking Oven Moisture As vom " oven heats up , the temperatm'e change of the air in the oven may cause m water droplets to fl ) m _ on the door glass . These droplets are hamfless and will e \ ' al ) orate as the oven continues to heat up . e , / 2
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ge . com How to Set the Upper Oven for Broiling [ ] Place the meat or fish ( m the broiler [ ] Touch the START pad . grid in the broiler pan . [ ] _ , _ qmn broiling is finished , touch the Always use the broiler pan and grid CLEAR / OFFpad . [ ] Follow suggested shelf positions in the that came with your oven . It is Broiling Guide . designed to minimize smoking and Se _ ' e the tood immediatel ) ; and leave the spattering by trapping juices # 7the pan outside the oven to cool during the [ ] The oxen door must be closed ( lurh _ g shielded lower part of the pan . broiling meal tot easiest cleaning . Use LOBroil to cook toods such as poultry [ ] Touch the BROILHI / LOpad once tot HIBroil . or thick cuts of meat thoroughly without eve > browning them . To change to LOBroil , touch the BROIL HI / LOpad again . Broiling Guide Shelf * First Side Second Side Quanti _ and / The size , weight , thickness , orThickness Position Comments Time ( rain . ) Time ( rain . ) starting tern ) erature and Food , [ 4 3 your preterence of Bacon 1 / 2 lb . Arrangein single layer . doneness will attect ( about8 thin slices ) 10 710 1 lb . ( 4 patties ) Space evenly . Up to broiling times . This guide GroundBeef Well Done 1 / 2 to 3 / 4 " thick 8 patties take about is based on meats at the same time . retiJgerator temperattH'e . Beef Steaks 1 " thick C 9 7 Steakslessthan1 " thick coo _ tThe U . S . Department of Agriculture Rarer C 12 56 1 to 11 / LIbs . throughbefore browning . says " Rare beef ispopular , but you Medium C 13 89 Panfrying is recommended . should know that cooking it to only Well Done Slashfat . 140 ° E means some food poisoning C 10 67 11 / / ' thick organisms may survive . " ( Source : Rarer C 12 15 10 12 2 to 21 / LIbs . Safe Food Book , Your Kitchen Medium C 25 16 18 Guide , USDA Roy . June 1985 . ) Well Done Chicken 1 whole B 30 35 15 20 Brusheachside with melted butter . Broil skin - side - down 2 to 21 / zIbs . , first . split lengthwise 4 boneqnbreasts 25 30 10 15 LobsterTails 2 - 4 13 16 Do not Cutthrough backof shell . 6 to 8 oz . each turn Spreadopen . Brushwith melted butter before broilinc over . andafter half of broiling time . Fish Fillets 1 / 4 to 1 / 2 " thick Handleand turnvery carefully . Brushwith lemon butter before andduring cooking , if desired . Preheat broilerto increasebrowning Ham Slices 1 " thick ( precooked ) D 6 6 Theoven has 5 shelf positions . 1 / 2 " thick D 10 8 Slashfat . 2 ( 1 / 2 " thick ) Pork Chops Well Done D 15 8 211 " thick ) about1 lb . Lamb Chops Medium D 8 47 Slashfat . 211 " thick ) about10 Well Done to 12 oz . D 10 10 Medium D 10 46 2111 / / " thick ) about 1 lb . Well Done D 17 12 14 * See illustration for description of shelf positions . 13
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Usingthe clock and timer . , O Not all features are on all models . To Set the Clock Tile clock must be set to tile correct time of If number pads are not touched within one i ii ii i ! i { @ ( iill day fi ) r the atKomatic oxen timing flmctions ininute after you touch the CLOCKpad , the to work properl ) . The time of day cannot display reveils to tile original setting . If this Make sure the clock is set to the be changed dm _ ing a timed baking or self : hal ) pens , touch tile CLOCKpad and reenter correct time of da _ cleanin , cycle the time of da _ ; [ ] Touch the CLOCK pad . [ ] Touch tile STARTpad tmfil tile time of day shows in tile displa ) . This ente _ [ ] Touch the number pads . tile time and starts tile dock . iiiiiiiiiiiii , ? i _ i : _ : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i ; i ; i _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! Tocheckthetimeof daywhenthedisplayis Touch tile number pads tile same way ) ou showingotherinformations , implytouchtheCLOCK read them . For example , to set 12 : 34 , touch pad Thetimeof dayshowsuntilanotherpadis the number pads I , Z 3 and # in that ( > rdet : touched To Set the Timer Thet ] Ynerdoesnot control oven operations . Touch tile STARTpad . _ Mter pressing i ! iiiiiiiliiii : [ ] Themax / Ynumsetting on the t / mer is 9 hours tile STARTpad , SET disappears ; this iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii _ ii _ ii _ ii _ ii _ ii _ i _ iii _ ii _ ii _ i _ i _ i _ i _ i _ i _ i _ i _ i _ i _ ii _ ii _ i ! _ and 59minutes . tells you tile time is counting down , The timer is a minute timer onl , _ although tile display does not change Touch the KITCHENTIMERON / OFF , O [ ] The CLEAR / OFFpad does not affect tmtil one minute has passed . pad . the timer . X . _ q / en tile timer reaches ; 00 , tile [ ] Touch tile number pads tmtil tile [ ] conttol Mll beep 3 times followed b ) _ lll / O / Int of tillle _ O / l want shows in tile one beep exer _ 6 seconds tmtil tile display : Tile maxim mn time that can KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFFpad is touched . be entered in minutes is 59 , Times , 0 more than 59 minutes should be The6secondtonecanbecanceledby following thestepsin theSpecialfeaturesof youroven changed to horns and minutes . For - € controsl ectionunderTonesat theEndof example , to enter 90 minutes as ] a TimedCycle . hour 30 nlinutes , touch 1,3andO in that order : If youmakeamistakep , resstheKITCHENTIMER ON / OFFpadandbeginagain . q ToReset the Timer If tile display is still showing tile time If tile remaining time is not in tile display remaining , you may change it by touching ( clock , delay start or cooking time are in tile KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFF pad , then touch the display ) , recall the remaining time by tile nmnber pads tmtil tile time vou want touching tile KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFFpad appea _ in tile display : and then touching tile number pads to # _ . enteF tile new tinle VOtl want , To Cancel the Timer To / wh tile KITCHENTIMERON / OFF pad twice . m Power Outage Ifa flashingt _ neis in thed _ splayy , ouhave To reset tile clock , touch tile CLOCKpad . expenenceadpowerfailure . Resettheclock . Enter tile correct time of day by touching the ai ) propriate number pads . Touch tile START pad . 14
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Usingthe timed baking and masting features ( upperoven only ) . ge . com NOTE : Foods that spoil easilyISUCh as milk , eggs , fish , stuffings , poultry and porkIShould not be allowed to sit for more than 1hour before or after cooking . Room temperature promotes the growth of harmful bacteria . Be sure that the oven light is off because heat from the bulb will speed harmful bacteria growth . How to Set an Immediate Start and Automatic Stop Theupperovenwill turnonirnmediateFlandcookfora [ ] Touch tile STARTpad . selectedlengthof time . At theendof thecookingtime , theovenwill turnoffautomatleal / F llle o _ en will turn ON , and the display will stlo _ the cooking time countdo _ m and tile changing temperature stardng at 100 ° E ( The temperature [ ] Touch the BAKE pad . ( fispla } will start to change once the o _ en [ ] Touch tile number pads to set tile desired temperature roaches 100 ° E ) When the o _ en o ' _ en teMper _ lt / ire . reaches file mmperamx _ you set , 3 beeps will SOtlnd . [ ] Touch the COOKING TIME pad . The o _ en will continue to cook _ br the set NOTE : If yourreciperequirespreheatlegy , oumayneed amount of time , then turn off automaficall ? ; toaddadditionaltimeto thelengthof thecookingtime . unless the Cook and Hold feature was set . See file Specialfeaturesof yourovencontrolsecdon . [ ] Touch the number pads to set tile desired length of cooking time . The minimum ) dter file oven turns off . the end - of cycle tone cooking time _ m call set is 1 minute . will sound . The oven teml ) emture that you set and the [ ] Touch tile CLEAlglOFFpadto clear the cooking time that w ) u entered will be in display if necessa _ ) . Remoxe the fi , od fi'om the dispkff . the oxen . Remembec exert though the oven turns off automaticalb , fi ) od left ill the oxen xqll continue cooking after the oxell [ / lI ' / IS ( ) _ : How to Set a Delayed Start and Automatic Stop Theupperovenwill turnonat thetimeof dayFouset , NOTE : ff Fouwouldliketo checkthetimesyouhaveset , cookfora specificlengthof timeandthenturnoff touchtheDELAYSTARTpadtocheckthestart timeyou automatleall _ havesetortouch theCOOKINGTIME padto checkthe ( D ( X ) ( D ( D ( D lengthof cookingtimeyouhaveset . Make sm'e the clock shows tile correct time ( E ) ( D ( DQED ofdat : When the oven turns ONat the time ot dat } _ m set , the displa } will sho _ tile cooking time [ ] Touch the BAKEpad . cotmtdo _ m and tile changing temperature starting at 100 ° E ( The temperature displa } [ ] Touch the nm - nber pads to set tile desired o ' _ en tel / / perat / ire . will start to change once the oven temperature ( D ( E ) ( D ( ? 3 x _ aches IO0 ° E ) When the oven x _ aches the [ ] Touch the COOKINGTIME pad . temperature you set , beeps will sound . ( D ( D ( D ( EEE ) The o _ en will continue to cook tOTthe set NOTE : If yourreciperequirespreheatingy , oumayneed toaddadditionaltimeto thelengthof thecookingtime . amount of time , then turn off mgomaticalb ; unless the CookandHoldteature was set . See [ ] Touch the nm - nber pads to set the desired the Speciafleaturesof Fourovencontrolsection . length of cooking time . The minimum ( D ( DQ ( D ( E ) cooking time } _ m call set is 1 milmm . . Mier the oven turns off , the end - of cycle tone ( Y ) ( E3 ( E ) ( E ) will sound . The men teml ) emmre that v _ m set and the cooking time that you entered will be ill [ ] Touch tile CLEAlglOFFpadto clear thed the displa } . display if necessar } . Remoxe tile foo from 0 the oxen . Remember , exert though the [ ] Touch the DELAYSTARTpad . oxen turns off automaticall } ; fi ) od left ill the oxen xqll continue cooking after the ] Touch the nm - nber pads to set tile time of ® ( 1 ; : IX ' VO [ I " waI / t tile o ' _ en to ttlrIl Oil and start oxell [ / lI ' / IS ( ) _ : cooking . Touch the STARpTad . [ ] NOTE : An attentiontonewillsoundif youareusing timedbakinganddonottouchtheSTARTpafl 15
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Usingtheprobe . ( onsommeodels ) , 0 For many foods , especially roasts and poultry , internal food temperature is the best test for doneness . The temperature probe takes the guesswork out of cooking foods to the exact doneness you wan _ Use ot probes other than the one pr ( wided with this product may result in damage to tile probe . Use tile handles of tile probe and plug ! ! ii when inserting and removing them fl'om tile toed and outlet . Toavoid damaglbgyourprobe , donot usetongs Neverleaveyourprobeinsidetheovenduring iiiiiiiii , i : iii7 to puff on thecable whenremovingiL aself - cleaningcycle . iiiiiiiiiiiii ' ? i _ 5 : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i ; i ; i _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! Toavoidbreaking the probe , make sure food is Donot stora theprobe / b the oven . skewer - likeprobeat oneendanda completelydefrosted before lbserting . plug at theotherendthatgoesinto theoutletin theoven . Toprevent possible burns , do not unplug the probe from the outlet until the oven hascooled _ Mter preparh _ g tile meat and placing it on For roasts with no bone , insert tile probe a trivet or on tile broiler pan grid , follow into the meatiest part of the roast . For these directions fi ) r proper probe bone - in ham or lamb , inseit tile probe into iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii , iiiiililililililililiiiiii ii i ! il placem ent . the center of the lowest laige muscle . Insert the probe completely into the meat . Insert the probe into the center of dishes , 0 stlch as meat loat or casseroles . It should not touch tile bone , tilt or gristle . Insert tile probe into tile meatiest part of the inner thigh fi'om below and parallel to the leg of a whole turkey . , 0 - € How to Set the Upper Oven For Cooking When Using the Probe _ _ [ ] . . eithtpei . o , b . oethe [ ] , ' het . h , e . ei ' . . t , empei . * . . lie'e , - tood reaches the number _ m ha ' _ e set V _ l Phlg the probe into the out | et in the . , ' _ _ ' . _ , f ' _ _ I _ 1 " , . . . . . . . . . tile probe and tile o _ en turn o _ aria , _ / / \ \ o _ , en , Fv / aKe S / lI'e Its p / Islle ( l _ 111 tile , , , , m , II _ ll tile oxen conti'ol signals , 1o stop tile , , , . ; m . C _ . , _ tehe . , , e . d . , . . i : signal , touch tile CLEAB / OFFpad . Use tile flied . Do not use tongs to pull on ( Z ) C dD ( E ( 3 ) [ ] , , l . h hePBOBEp . , . it - - the ) might d'm / ao - e _ , it . Touch tile number pads to set iiQ ( DQ ¸ [ ] the desired internal food or meat To change tile oven temperature during temperature between l ( ) ( ) ° F and 200 ° F . probe cooking , touch tile BAKEpad and then the number pads to set the new Touch tile BAKEpad . [ ] temperature . Touch tile number pads to set tile If theprobe is removedfrom the food before the desired oxen temperature . final temperatureis reached , a tone will sound and the displaywill flash until theprobe is removed from theoven . Thedisplay wff / flash if theprobe _ sinserted into the Youcanuse the timereventhoughyoucannot @ outlet and youhave not set a probe temperatureand usetimedovenoperationswhile usingthe touchedthe $ TABT pad probe . @ then the changing , , internal temi _ erature will be shown . 16
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Usingthe convectionoven . ( onsome models ) ge . com The convection oven fan shuts off when the oven door is opened . DO NOTleave the door open for long periods of time while using convection cooking . To help you unde _ stnnd the difference between comection bake and roast and Z traditional bake and roast , here are some i ii i general guidelines . Grid ConvectionBake Preheattheoven . SeetheUsingthe Oven - Preheatingand PanPlacementsection . ? N h7 a COITVectiol ? oveR , a far Idealforfoodscookedonmultipleshe / vex circulates hot air over , under and Broilerpan around the food . This circulating hot Goodforlargequantitiesofbakedfoods . air is evenly distributed throughout Roastsorpouitryshou / dbe cooked onsheif the oven cavity . As a result , foods Goodresultswithcookiesb , iscuitsb , rownies , position ( A ) . are evenly cooked and browne _ cupcakesc , reampuffs , sweetroils , angelfood often in less time than with regular _ ' _ hen you are convection roasting it is heat . cakeandbreacL importnnt that ) ou use tile broiler pan and Tile comecfion tim circulates tile heated grid fiw best conxecfion roasting results . air exenl _ oxer and arotmd the ti ) o ( 1 . Tile pan is used to catch grease spills and the grid is used to prexent grease spatteis . ConvectionRoast Placetheshelfinshelfposition ( A ) . Good for large tender cuts of meat , uncoverecL P / acethe gridon the broiierpan . Tile convection tim circulates tile heated air evenly over and around tile food . Lrsing tile grid and broiler pan provided , heated air will be circulamd over and aro / md tile fi ) od being roasted . The heated air seals in juices qtfickly fi ) r a moist and tender i ) roduct while , at the same time , creating a rich golden brown exterim : Auto Recipe TM Conversion You can use yam " fhxorite recipes in tile [ ] Touch tile CLEAR / OFFpad when con _ , ection o _ , eil . baking is finished . CD ( D ( DCDOD WhenusingCONVECTIOBNAKEt , heovenwiil Usepan s / # erecommendedin the recipe . automatlcaflyconverttheoventemperaturefrom Somepackage instructions for frozen ( DODOD ( DZD regular baking to Convection Bake temperatures . casseroles , main dishes or baked goods have been developedusing commercial convection [ ] LTsing tile nmnber pads , enter ovens . Forbest results in this oven , preheat the the temperatm'e recommended @ oven and use the temperature , for regular in the recipe . baking , on the package . [ ] Touch the STARTpad . r ® The display will show the temi ) erature you entered from your redpe . The oven will automatically convert it to tile convection cooking temperatm'e . 17
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Usingthe convectionoven . ( onsome models ) , O Cookware for Convection Cooking Metal and Glass gefi ) re using your convection oven , check to see if w _ ur cookware leaves room fin " air Any type of cookware will work in , , ' our circulation in the oven . If you are baking con ; ' ection oven . Howevei ; i / / etal l ) ans heat with several pans , leave space between the ti _ smst and are recommended fi ) r them . _ Mso , be sm'e the pans do not touch convection baking , each other or the walls of the oven . Darkenedormatte - finlshed pans will bake faster Paper and Plastic than shiny pans . Heat - resistant paper and plastic ( ' ontaine _ Glassorceramicpans cookmore slowly that are recommended fin " use in regular ovens C [ lIl be tlsed in convection ovens . iiiiiiiiiiiii ' : : i _ ' i _ 5 : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : ilili _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! _ l / ell baking cookies , you will get the best Plastic cookware that is heat - resistant to results if you use a fiat cookie sheet instead temperatures of 400 ° F can also be used , at a pan with low sides . when oven is below 400 ° E For recipes like oven - baked chicken , use a pan with low sides . Hot air cmmot circulate well arotmd toad in a pan with high sides . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililililililililiiiiiiii i ! il How to Set the Upper Oven for Convection Baking or Roasting Gor _ A ] mn the oven starts to heat the changing [ ] Touch the CONVECTION BAKE or , O temperature , starting at 100 ° E will be CONVECTION ROAST pad . disl ) layed . _ A ] _ en the oven reaches the [ ] Touch the nmnber pads to set the temperatm'e you set , 3 beeps will sound . desired oxen temperature . [ ] Touch the CLEAR / OFFpad when [ ] Touch the STARTpad . finished . , 0 NOTE : Youwi / / heara fanwhilecookingwith To cham , e , _ the oxen temperatm'e , touch the CONVECTIONBAKE or CONVECTIONBOAST convectionT . hefan will stopwhenthedoor is openedbuttheheatwi / / not turnoK pad and then the number pads to set the new teI / / l ) ei'attli'e . Thefan wi / / notstartuntilthepreheattemperature is reached Multi - Shelf Baking q Thenumber of shelvesprowtied dependson your model . Because heated air is circulated evenly throughout the oven , fi ) ods can be baked with excellent results using m ulfiple shelves . Multi - shelf baking may increase cook times # _ . slightly fin " some toads but the overall result is time saved . Cookies , muffins , biscuits and other quick breads give ve _ T good results When convection baking with only I shelf , follow the shelf positions with multi - shelf baking . recommended fl ? the Using the Ovensection . _ ] _ en baking linger foods on 3 shelves , place one shelf in the 2rid ( A ) position , one m on the 4th ( C ) position and the third shelf in the 6th ( E ) position . \ 4 ] _ en baking cookies , place the shelves in the 4th ( C ) , 5th ( D ) , and 6th ( E ) positions . a _ _ , 18
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ge . com How to Set the Upper Oven for Convection Roasting when Using the Probe ( on some models ) ) ii i CAUTION : Toprevent possible burns , donot The displa ) ' will flash PROBE and the oven unplugthe probe from the oven outlet until the oven control will signal if the probe is inserted For best results when roasting large hascoolecLDonot store theprobe in the oven . into the outlet , and you have not set turkeys and roasts , we recommend a probe temperature and touched the ushTgthe probe hTcluded h7the NOTE : COtTvect / oI7 oveR . START pad . If theprobe is removedfrom the food before the [ ] Place the shelf in the shelf position flbal temperatureis reached , a tone will sound ( A ) . Insert the probe completely and the displaywill flashuntil theprobe is into the food . removed from theoven . Youwi / / heara fan while cooklbg with this [ ] Plug the probe into the outlet in the oxen . Make sure it is pushed all the feature . Thefan wl / / stop when the dooris CD ( D ( D ( D ( D wm in . Close the oxen door . openedbut theheat will not turn off . ( D ( 3 > Q Youcanusethe tlYneerventhoughyoucannot [ ] Touch the CONVECTION ROAST pad . usetimedovenoperationswhi / euslbgtheprobe . [ ] Touch the number pads to set the desired oxen temperature . ® [ ] Touch the PROBE pad . CD ( DCD ( D ( 3 [ ] Touch the number pads to set the ( D ( D ( D desired internal fi _ od temperature . To change the ( wen temperature during the Convection Roast cycle , touch the CONVECTIONROAST pad and then touch the number pads to set the new desired teml ) erature . [ ] Touch the START pad . _ ] _ en the oven starts to heat , the word LOwill be in the display . _ Mter the internal temperature of the toed reaches 100 ° g the changing internal temperature will be shown in the display . ] _ q _ en the internal temperature of the food reaches the number you haxe set , the probe and the oven turn off and the oven control signals . To stop the signal , much the CLEAR / OFpFad . Use hot pads to reI / lO \ . ' e the probe fl'om the toed . Do not use tongs to pull on it - - they might damage it . 19
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Usingthe convectionoven . ( onsome models ) , 0 Convection Roasting Guide Meats Minutes / Lb . Oven Temp . Internal Temp . Beef Rib ( 3to 5 Ibs . ) Raret 20 - 24 325 ° F 140 ° F Medium 24 - 28 325 ° F 160 ° F Well 28 - 32 325 ° F 170 ° F BonelessRib , TopSirloin Raret 20 - 24 325 ° F 140 ° F Medium 24 - 28 325 ° F 160 ° F Well 28 - 32 325 ° F 170 ° F BeefTenderloin Raret 10 - 14 325 ° F 14O ° F Medium 14 - 18 325 ° F 160 ° F iiiiiiiiiiiii _ " : , ' i _ ' i _ 5 : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : ilili _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! PotRoast ( 2V _ to 3 Ibs . ) chuck , rump 35 - 45 3OO ° F 170 ° F Pork Bone - in ( 3to 5Ibs . ) 23 - 27 325 ° F 170 ° F Boneless ( 3to 5 Ibs . ) 23 - 27 325 ° F 170 ° F PorkChops ( ½ to 1 " thick ) 2chops 30 - 35 total 325 ° F 170 ° F 4chops 35 - 40 total 325 ° F 170 ° F 6chops 40 - 45 total 325 ° F 170 ° F Ham Canned ( 3Ibs.fully cooked ) 14 - 18 325 ° F 140 ° F Butt ( 5Ibs.fully cooked ) 14 - 18 325 ° F 14O ° F iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiililililililililiiiiii ii i ! il Shank ( 5 Ibs . fully cooked ) 14 - 18 325 ° F 14O ° F Lamb Bone - in ( 3to 5Ibs . ) Medium 17 - 20 325 ° F 160 ° F , 0 Well 20 - 24 325 ° F 170 ° F Boneless ( 3to 5 Ibs . ) Medium 17 - 20 325 ° F 160 ° F Well 20 - 24 325 ° F 170 ° F Seafood Fish , whole ( 3to 5 Ibs . ) 30 - 40 total 4OO ° F LobsterTails ( 6to 8 oz . each ) 20 - 25 total 350 ° F , 0 Poultry Whole Chicken ( 2VJto 3VJIbs . ) 24 - 26 350 ° F 180 ° - 185 ° F CornishHensUnstuffed ( 1to 1 ½ Ibs . ) 50 - 55total 350 ° F 180 ° - 185 ° F CornishHensStuffed ( 1to 1 _ Ibs . ) 55 - 60total 350 ° F 180 ° - 185 ° F Duckling ( 4to 5 Ibs . ) 24 - 26 325 ° F 180 ° - 185 ° F Turkeyw , hole * Unstuffed ( 10to 16Ibs . ) 8 - 11 325 ° F 180 ° - 185 ° F Unstuffed ( 18to 24 Ibs . ) 7 - 10 325 ° F 180 ° - 185 ° F TurkeyBreast ( 4to 6 Ibs . ) 16 - 19 325 ° F 17O ° F q _ Sh ( [ / i _ d birds g'ener _ d ( _ ' requh - e 30 - 45 minute , _ additional roasting time . Shield k % _ and breast with jbil to pn , vent overh _ w _ mi _ t _ " _ nd d _ ) ' ing " _ / skin . } - The _ ' IS . D _ JmHment _ ! / iAg ' _ ' icultm'e s _ 3 ' s ' Wm'e be ( i , spo / ) u / m , hut you should know Ik _ t cooki _ l _ " it to on ( _ ' 140 ° F me _ ns somej _ od / ) oi , soni _ " o _ wni , sms m _ t ) ' sm _ , ive . " ( Source : Sq / i _ Food Book . ) + mr Kia _ hen Gui & . L ' , ST ) A I ¢ _ v . June l 9S5 . ) # _ . m 2O
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Usingthe timedconvectionbakingfeatures . ( onsommeodels ) ge . com Youwill hear a fan while cooking with this feature . The fan will stop when the door is opened but the heat will not turn off . NOTE : Foods that spoil easilyISUCh as milk , eggs , fish , stuffings , poultry and porkIShould not be allowed to s # for more than 1hour before or after cooking . Room temperature promotes the growth of harmful bacteria . Be sure that the oven light is off because heat from the bulb will speed harmful bacteria growth . How to Set an Immediate Start and Automatic Stop i ! ! @ i i ii [ il Theuppeor venwillturnonimmediatealyndcookfora [ ] Touch the STARTpad . selecteldengthof timeA . t theendof thecookintgime , theovenwillturnoffautomatleally iODC QQO ¸ Tile oven will mrn ON , and the displa } will sho _ file cooking time countdown and tile changing [ ] Touch the CONVECTIONBAKEpad . mmperatm _ starting at 100 ° E ( Tile mmperatm _ display will start to change once the oven [ ] Touch tile nurrlber pads to set the desired o ' _ en tell ] perattlre . mmI ) eratm _ reaches 100 ° E ) _ A ] mn tile oven i ¸ _ reaches tile temperature } _ ) u set , 3 beeps will [ ] Touch the COOKINGTIME pad . SOl / I / d . i ( D ( Z ) ( Z ) QG ) ¸ Tile oven will continue to cook for tile set NOTE : If yourreciperequirespreheatingy , oumayneedto addadditionaltimeto thelengthof thecookingtime . amount of dine , then turn off auton / aticall } , unless file CookandHoldf ( ature _ s set . See tile [ ] Touch tile number pads to set tile desired Specialfeaturesof yourovencontrolsection . length of cooking time . Tile minimum cooking time ? _ m call set is 1 minum . _ Mter the o _ en turns off , tile end - otk3cle tone will sound . Tile o _ en temperature that you set and tile cooking time fllat ts ) u enteled will be ill i _ _ [ i _ [ _ iIi @ ! _ iii _ Ii ! _ _ _ I / _ [ ] Touch tile CLEAR / OFFpadto clear tile file display . display if " necessary . Remme tile tood tram the oxen . P _ emembe / , exen though tile oxen turns ott automatically ; food left ill tile oxen will continue cooking after tile oveI / ttlrIIs oft . How to Set a Delayed Start and Automatic Stop Theupperovenwill turnonat thetimeof dayyouset , NOTE : ffyouwouldlike tocheckthetimesyouhaveset , cookfora specificlengthof timeandthenturnoff touchtheDELAYSTARTpadto checkthestarttimeyou automatleall _ havesetortouch theCOOKINGTIME padto checkthe QOQQQ lengthof cookingtimeyouhaveset . Make sure tile clock shows tile correct time QQQ _ of Oat . When tile ( ) \ el / tm'ns ONat tile time of day you set , tile display will sho _ the cooking time [ ] Touch the CONVECTIOBNAKEpad . counRlovv _ l and the changing temperature starting at 100 ° E ( Tile temperature ( fispla } [ ] Touch the nm - nber pads to set the desired oxen telTiper ; : lttlre . will start to change once the oven temperature OOQQO l > aches 100 ° El When tile o _ en l > aches the [ ] Touch tile COOKINGTIME pad . tempenmn'e } _ m set , 3 beeps will sotmd . OQQ ( E _ NOTE : Ifyourreciperequirespreheatingyoumayneedto The ( ) ' , ell will continue to cook for tile set addadditionaltimeto thelengthof thecookingtime . amount of time , then turn off automaticall ? ; unless the g00k and H01dteamre was set . See [ ] Touch tile mu - nber pads to set tile desired length of cooking time . Tile minimum tile Specialfeaturesof yourovencontrolsection . _ G _ OO cooking time you can set is 1 minute . ) dier tile ( ) \ ' ell turns off , tile end < ) fcvcle tone QQO ( ZX _ Tile oven tempemtm'e that you set and tile will sound . cooking time that you entered _ dll be ill tile displa } . [ ] Touch tile CLEAR / OFFpad to clear tile displa } if necessal ) . Remoxe the toed from @ Touch the DELAYSTARTpad . [ ] tile oxen . Remembec exert though the oven turns off automaticall ; _ , load left ill Touch the nm - nber pads to set tile time ofrt [ ] tile oxen will comimte cooking after the ( ] at you want tile oven to [ / Ir / l Oil and sta ® oven [ IlYl / S 0 _ ' . cookin , [ ] Touch the STARTpad . 2 1
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Special featuresof your upperoven control , 0 Yournew touch pad control has additional features that you may choose to use . The following are the features and how you may activate them . The special feature modes can only be activated while the display is showing the time of day . They remain in the control's memory until the steps are repeated . When the display shows your choice , touch the STARTpad . The special features will remain in memory after a power failure . 12 Hour Shut - Off Withthisfeatures , hou / dyouforgetand / eavethe Touch tile DELAYSTARTpad . Tile [ ] ovenon , thecontro / wi / / automat / ca / / tyurnoff the displa ) will show 12shdn ( 12 horn " ovenafter 12hoursduringbak / ? _ fgunctionsorafter iiiiiiiiiiiii _ " : : i _ ' i _ i3 ; i : i : i : i : i : i : ilili _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! shut - off ) . Touch tile DELAYSTARTpad 3hoursdunw abroi / function . again and tile display will show n0 shdn ( no sitar - off ) . If _ ou wish to turn OFF this teature , fi _ llow tile steps below . Touch tile STARTpad to acfixate tile [ ] no shut - off and leaxe the control set in [ ] Touch tile BAKE and BROIL HI / LO pads this special teatm'es mode , at tile same time fo _ 3 seconds tmtil tile displa ) shows SF iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii , iiiiililililililililiiiiii ii i ! il Fahrenheit or Celsius Temperature Selection , 0 Touch tile BROIL HI / LO and COOKING Youroven contro / is set to use the Fahrenheit [ ] temperatureselections but youmay changethis T / MEpads at tile sanle time . Tile to use the Ce / siusselections . displa ) will show F ( Fid / renheit ) . Touch tile BROIL HI / LO and COOKING [ ] Touch tile BAKE and BROIL HI / LO pads [ ] at tile same time Ibr 3 seconds tmtil TIMEpads again at the same time . tile display shows SE The display will show C ( Celsius ) . , 0 [ ] Touch tile START pad . Tonesat the End of a Timed Cycle At theendof a timedcyc / e , 3shortbeepswi / / [ ] Touch tile MTCHEN TIMER ON / OFF soundfo / / owedbyonebeepevery6secondsuntil pad . Tile displa _ shows CON BEEP the CLEAR ! OFpFadis touchec _ Thiscont / ) ) ual ( continual beep ) and BEEP . Touch the q 6 - secondbee / ) maybecanceled KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFF pad again . Tile display shows BEEP . ( This cancels tile To cancel tile 6 - second beep : one beep every 6 seconds . ) [ ] Touch tile BAKE and BROILHI / LOpads : iii @ i i iiilliil at tile same time to _ 3 seconds tmtil [ ] Touch tile STARTpad . tile displa ) shows SF m 22
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ge . com Control Lockout ( on some models ) Yourcontrolwill allowyouto lockout thetouch padssotheycannotbeactivatedwhentouchedor cleaningtheglasspanel To lock the controls : [ ] Touch the 9 and 0 touch pads at the same time tot 3 seconds until the control beeps twice . The display will show LOC continuously and the time ot day if not blacked out . NOTE " All cooklbgandtl _ mbgfunctlbnswi / / be cancelledwhenlockingout thecontrol [ ] To tmlock the control , touch the 9 and 0 touch pads at the same time fin " 3 seconds tmtil the control beeps twice , and LOC will be remoxed fl'om the display . 12 - Hour , 24 - Hour or Clock Blackout Yourcontrol / ssetto usea 12 - houdrock . Touch the CLOCKpad again to change to the 24 - horn " military time clock . The If xou , would prefer to have a 24 - hem " display will show 24hr If this is the choice militm _ ' time clock or black out the clock you want , touch the START pad . display ; tolhm ' the steps below . Touch the CLOCKpad again to black out [ ] Touch the BAKE and BROIL HI / tO the clock display : The display will show OFF . pads at the salne tilne fi : , r 3 seconds If this is the choice you want , touch the tmtil the display shows SF . START pad , [ ] Touch the CLOCKpad once . NOTE'I . f theclockis intheb / ack - oumt ode , you The displa ? will show 12hr . If this will notbeableto usetheDelayStartfunction . is the choice _ ou want touch the STARTpad . Cook and Hold Yournew controlhas a cookand hold feature that F2 ] Touch the COOKINGTIME pad . The keepscooked foods warm for up to 3 hoursafter display _ dll show Hid OFF . thecooking function is hbishecL Touch the COOKINGTIME pad again This teatm'e can only be used when timed to actixate the ti _ atm'e . The display will show Hid ON . cooking Touch the STARTpad to activate the To actixate this teatm'e , fi ) llow the steps [ ] below . cook and hold feature and leaxe the control set in this special teatures [ ] Toud _ the BAKE and BROIL HI ! tO pads i / lode . at the same time fi ) r 3 seconds tmtil the display shows SF . 23
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m Using the SabbathFeature . ( Designed for use on the Jewish Sabbath and Holidays ) , 0 The Sabbath feature can be used for baking / roasting in the upper oven only . It cannot be used for convection , broiling , self - cleaning or Delay Start cooking . NOTE , " The oven light comes on automatically ( on some models ) when the door is opened and goes off when the door is closed . The bulb may be removed . See the Oven Light Replacement section . On models with a light switch on the control panel , the oven light may be turned on and left on . How to Set for Regular Baking / Roasting Make sure theclock shows the correcttime of day [ ] Touch the STARTpad . and the ovenis off [ ] _ Mter a random delay period of approximately 30 seconds to 1 minute , CIF7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ ] Press and hold both the BAKE mande , BROILHI / LO pads , at the same ti D c will appear in the display iiiiiiiiiiiii " : : i _ ' i _ 5 : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : ilili _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! until the display sho _ : s SE indicating that the oven is baking / roasting . If D C doesn't appear [ ] % q ) the DELAYSTART pad until in the displa , v , start again at Step 4 . SAb bAtHappeai _ in the display : To a ( ! just the ( ) veil temperature , touch [ ] Touch the START pad and D will the BAKEpad , enter the new temperature appear in the display ; using the number pads , and touch the STARTpad . [ ] Touch the BAKE pad . No signal will be gix en . When the display shows D the NOTE " The CLEAR / OFFandCOOKING TIME iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii ii ii ii ii i iii ii ii i i i i i i i i i i ii ii i ! oven is set in Sabbath . When the pads are active during the Sabbath feature . display shows D C the oven is [ ] Lrsing the number pads , enter the0 desired temperature between 17 ° and baking / roasting . , 0 550 ° . No signal or temperature will be given . How to Set for Timed Baking / Roasting - Immediate Start and Automatic Stop Makesuretheclockshowsthecorrectt / meof day , 0 [ ] Using the number pads , enter theor andtheovenis oK desired temperatme . No signal temperature will be gixen . - € [ ] Press and hold both the BAKE mande , BROILHI / LO pads , atthe same ti Touch the START pad . [ ] until the display shows SE _ Mter a random dela ) period of [ ] appr ( / ximamly 30 sec ( mds t ( ) 1 minute , [ ] _ q ) the BELAYSTART pad until D C _ 11 appear in the display SAb bAtHappeai _ in the display : indicating that the oven is ( DCDCDO ( D [ ] Touch the START pad and D will baking / roasting , lfD c doesn't appear appear in the display : q O ( D ( E ) ( EEE ) in the displa > start again at Step 7 . [ ] Touch the COOKING TIME pad . To a ( ! just the oven temperature , touch the BAKEpad , enter the new temperature 0 using the number pads , and touch the [ ] Touch the number pads to set STARTpad . the desired length ( If cooking time WhenthedisplayshowsD thenthe between 1 minute and 9 hom _ and ovenis set h7Sabbath . Whe _ , _ ] _ en cooking is finished , the display Mll displayshowsD C theovenis 99 minutes . The cooking time that you change fl'om D c to D and 0 : 00will appeai ; baking / roasting . entered will be displayed . indicating that the oven has turned OFF but is still set in Sabbath . Remove the [ ] Touch the START pad . cooked flied . [ ] Touch the BAKEpad . No signal will be gix en . m a = 24
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ge . com How to Exit the Sabbath Feature [ ] Toud _ the CLEAR / OFFpad . [ ] Tap the DELAYSTART pad tmfilthe ® 12shdn or no shdn appeax _ in display . 12shdn indicates that tile oven [ ] If the oxen is cooking , wait fin " a will autonmticallv ttli'n off atier 12 randoin delay period of apl ) roxiinatel ) houI _ . / t0 shdn indicates that the oven 30 seconds to 1 ininute , until onl _ D is will not autonmticallv ttlrn ott _ ill the display . [ ] Touch the START pad . [ ] Press and hold both the BAKE and BROIL H ! / tO pads , atthe same time , NOTE : If apoweroutageoccurredwhiletheoven tmtil the display shows SF . wasinSabbatht , heovenwill automaticallyturnoff ® andstayoff evenwhenthepowerreturns . Theoven controlmustbereset . 25
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Adjustthe upperoventhermostat - - Do it yourself ! , 0 Youmay 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 . Do not use thermometers , such as those found in grocery stores , to check the temperature setting of your oven . These thermometers may vary 20 _ 40 degrees . NOTE . " This adjustment will not affect the broiling or the self - cleaning temperatures . The adjustment will be retained in memory after a power failure . ToAdjust the Thermostat X4q / en you haxe made tile a ( ! iustment , [ ] Touch tile BAKEand BROILHI / LOpads [ ] touch the STARTpad to go back to tile at tile same time fi ) r 3 seconds tmtil tile display shows SE time of day displa ? . Lrse _ om " oxen as iiiiiiiiiiiii " : : i _ ' i _ i2 : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i ; i ; i _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! _ o / / wot / ld noliilallv : [ ] Touch tile BAKEpad . A two digit NOTE : Thethermostaatdjustmenftor Bak / hg number shows in tile display . O ( 5 ( DOOD willalsoaffectConvectioBnakingor Convection Touch BAKEonce to decrease ( - ) Roasting ( D ( D ( D tile oven telllpei'attli'e _ or twice to increase ( + ) . Tile oxen temperatm'e can be ac ! iusted 0 [ ] up as much as 35 ° E or down as much iiiiii . i . i . ii . i . i . i . ii . i . i . i . i iiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii , iiiiililililililililiiiiii ii i ! ill as 35 ° E Touch tile nunlber pads tile same wa ) you read them . For example , to change tile oxen temperature 1 : l _ , , 0 touch I and 5 . , 0 Thetype ofmargarine will affect baking performanc ! ! Most recipes for baking have been developed using high fat products such as butter or margarine ( 80 % fat ) . If you decrease the fat , the recipe may not give the same results as with a higher fat product . Recipe failure can result if cakes , pies , pastries , cookies or candies are made with low fat spreads . The lower the fat content of a spread product , the more noticeable these differences become . Federal standards require products labeled " margarine " to contain at least 80 % fi _ tby weight , i . ow fi _ tspreads , on tile q other hand , contain less ti _ t and more water ; Tile high moisture content of these spreads affects tile textm'e and flavor of baked goods . For best results with your old ti _ \ ' orite recipes , use margarine , butter or stick spreads containing at least 70 % vegetable oil . m 26
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Usingthe lower ovendrawer . ( onsommeodels ) ge . com The lower oven drawer may be used to bake foods using the same times and temperatures as a standard oven . Foods ideal for baking in the lower oven drawer include pizza , frozen foods , casseroles , biscuits , rolls and many desserts . To Use the Lower Oven Drawer LOWER NOTES : [ ] Push in and turn the lower o ; en _ DRAW • ER drawer knob to an ) desired setting . Alwaysusetheincludeddrawerrackwhenusing . ° % " [ / , " ¢ t / / t theLowerOvenDrawer [ ] _ Mlow the lower o _ en drawer to preheat , 200250 _ 5D Thelower oven drawer cannotbe used during 300 * 350 - 400 a self - dean cycleof the upper oven . The ON signal light is located on the upper right side ot the knob and glo _ : s Donotput food , foil orcookwaredkect / yonthe when the knob is in the ON position . It bottomof thelowerovendrawerAlwaysusethe remains ON until the knob is moved to includeddrawerrack . the OFF position , If foodsrequkea coveru , seonlyfoilorhdsable : : The " Heating " signal light is located to withstandbakingtemperaturesD . onotuse below the ON signal light and glo _ : s plastic . when the heating elements are active , Preheat is complete after the " Heating " Maximumheightof foodsthatcanbeplaced inthelowerovendraweris 4 " . signal has turned off fi ) r the first tim e with each rise . Donotput liquidorwaterin theloweroven drawer Push h7and turn the lower oven drawer lomb to any desired setting . Neverp / aceplastics , paper , cannedfoods or combustible matenal in the lower oven drawer The lower oven drawer uses less energy than the ui ) per oven . _ Mlow the following approximate dines for preheating : Desired Lower Preheat Oven Temperature Time WARM 10minutes 350 ° 1 : 20 minutes 425 ° 1 : 30 minutes When Using the Lower Oven Drawer Warm Zone TheWARMZONEof thelowerovendrawerwill keephotcookedfoodsat servingtemperatures . Alwaysstart withhot food Donot usethe WARM ZONEtoheatcoldfoodotherthancrispingcrackers , chipsordrycereal . [ ] Push in and turn the control knob to the desired setting within the wmm zone ( indicated b ) ' the red line ) , LO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pies MEDIUM ( mid - positionon _ e line ) . . . . Casseroles HI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Meats 27
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Usingthe self - cleaning upperoven . , O The oven door must be closed and all controls set correctly for the cycle to work properly . Before a Clean Cycle For the fiI _ t seltk'lean c ) ' cle , we recon / n / end Do not clean tile gasket . Tile fibeiglass venting your kitchen with an open window inaterial of tile oven door gasket cannot withstand abrasion . It is essential tor the or using a ventilation tim or hood . gasket to reinain intact . If you notice it Reinove tile broiler pan , broiler grkl , all becoining worn or fl'ayed , replace it . cookware , probe and any ahuninuin fi ) il fl'oin the ( ) x'en - - th ev ca nnot withstand th e Wipe up any heavy spillovei _ oil tile ( ) veil Wipe up heavy soil on the oven bo [ [ olIl , high cleaning teinl ) eratures . bottom . NOTE . " Make sure tile ( ) veil light bulb cover is in iiiiiiiiiiiii ' : i _ ' i _ 5 : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : ilili _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! place and the oven light is off . It your oven is equiI ) ped with nickel oven shelves , reIno \ : e theIn betoi'e you begin IMPORTANT ' . The health of soine biMs is tile sel6clean cycle . extreinelv sensitive to tile fiunes given off during tile sell : cleaning cycle of aIV range . If your oven is equipped Mth gray Move birds to another well ventilated i ) orcelain - coated oven shelves , tile ) ' Inay rooin . be leti in tile ( ) veil durhlg tile sell'clean cycle . NOTE . " Use caution when oi ) ening tile upper oxen alter the sel6clean cycle has Soil on tile fl'ont fl'anle of the range and iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililililililililiiiiiiiii ! il ended . The oxen max still be hot . outside the gasket on the door will need to be cleaned bv hand . Clean these areas with , O hot wateI ; soap - filled sciiurhlg pads or cleansei _ such as Soft Scrtib _ Rinse well with clean water and ( li _ ' . How to Set the Upper Oven for Clean & g , 0 ® X ' _ q / eIl tile LOCKED DOOR light is off , open [ ] Touch tile SELFCLEAN pad . - € tile dooI : [ ] Using tile nuinber pads , enter tile Tile oxen shuts off autoinaticallv when tile desired clean tiine , if a tiine other ( D ( D ( Z ) CDCD than 4 houI _ is needed . clean cvcle is coinl ) lete . ( D ( DCD Clean cycle tinie is noimallv 4 houis . You Tile words LOCKDOOR will flash and can change tile clean tiine to anv tiine tile oven control will signal if " you set G between 3 houI _ and 5 houI _ , del ) ending the clean cycle and fi ) iget to close the on how dirty VOILE ( ) veil is , ( ) veil ( looI _ . q To stop a clean cycle , touch tile [ ] Touch tile STARTpad . CLEAR / OFFpad . When tile LOCKEDDOOR light goes off indicating tile oven has Tile door locks automatically : Tile disI ) lay will show tile clean tiine reinaining . It will cooled below tile locking teniperamre , open tile dooI : not be l ) ossible to open tile ( ) veil door until tile teinl ) eratt | re drops below tile # _ . lock teinl ) erature and tile LOCKEDDOOR light goes off . m a _ _ , 28
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ge . com The oven door must be closed and all controls set correctly for the cycle to work properly . How to Delay the Start of Cleaning Make sure the clock shows the correct time , 0 [ ] Touch the START pad . of day . The door locks automatically . The display ODdD ( D ( D ( D will show the start time . It will not be [ ] Touch the SELFCLEAN pad . possible to open the oven door tmtil ( D ( DOD ( Zi [ ] Using the nmnber pads , enter the the temperature drops below the lock desired clean time . temperatm'e and the LOCKEDDOOR [ ] Touch the DELAYSTART pad . The light goes ofl _ earliest start time you can set will _ ] _ en the LOCKEDDOOR light is off , open appear in the display . OD ( DO ( D ( D the doox : [ ] Using the number pads , enter the ( D ( D ( D ( Z ) time of day _ ou want the clean cycle 1o staiI . After a Clean Cycle You may notice some white ash in the oxen . You cannot set the oven fi ) r cooking tmtil _ ] pe it up with a damp cloth alter the the oxen is cool enough for the door to o ' _ en cools . mflock . Ifwhitespotsremain , removethemwithasoap - _ . _ lfile the oven is sel6cleaning , you can filiedscouringpadandnnsethoroughlywitha touch the CLOCKpad to display the whegarandwatermixture . time of day : To return to the clean cotmtdown , touch the COOKING TIME These deposits are usuall ) a salt residue pad . that cannot be remoxed b _ the clean cxcle . If the shelves become hard to slide , apply If the oxen is not clean after one clean a small amount _ ffvegetable oil or cooking c ' , cle repeat the c _ cle . oil to a paper u _ wel and wipe the edges of the oven shelves with the paper towel . 29
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Care and cleaning of the range . Be sure electrical power is off and all surfaces are cool before cleaning any part of the range . If your range is removed for cleaning , servicing or any reason , 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 . Sealed Burner Assemblies r iiiiiiii " i ¸ iiiii . . . . . . . . Turn all controls OFFbefore remoxino the burner pa _ ts . The burner grates , caps and burner heads can be lifted off , making them easx dtoes clean . The burner bases and electro are _ Electrode not rell / OX Ible . Grate CAUTION : Donot operatethecooktopwithout all burnerpartsandgratesinplace . \ , _ l _ en one burner is turned to LITE , all the bume _ spark . Do not attempt Burnercau to disassemble or clean around any iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililililililililiiiiiiiii ! il burner while another burner is on . An electric shock may result , whkh could 3umerneau Catlse VOtl to knock over hot cookware . _ Electroue Burnerbase q # _ . m 30
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ge . com Burner Caps and Heads Replacement NOTE : Before removing the burner caps The top sides of the Right Front , Right and heads , remember their sloe and location . Rear and I , efl Front burner heads are Replace them / n the same location after marked with the letters " I _ . F , " " RR ' and cleaning . The top sides of the Right Front , " I , E " resI ) ectively , to aid reassembly . R / _ ThRt ear and Left Front burner heads are marked with the letters " RF , " " RR " and " LE " respectively , to aid reassembly , Mediumhead ( n0tmarked ) small head Burner caps andcap andcap I , ifl off when cool . Wash burner caps in hot , soapy water and rinse with clean water . You may scour with a plastic scouring pad to remove burned - on food particles . Burner heads The slits in the burner heads of your cooktop must be kept clean at all times . Fr ; nt of rang Clooged < . , , or ( lirt _ , burner I ) ° rts ' or electrodes will not allow the burner to Largehead Extralarge operate properly . and cap headand cap Any spill on or around an electrode must be carefully cleaned . Take care to not hit an electrode with anything hard or it Replace the burner heads on the bases could be damaged . matching the letters . ] ) , el ) lace the caps on the heads . Make sure that the caps and You should clean the burner caps , heads are replaced in the correct burner heads and burner bases routinel > location . There is one small , one especially after bad spillovers , which medium , one large and one extra large could clog the openings in the burner heads . I , ifl off when cool . head and cap . To remove burned - on food , soak the burner heads in a solution of mild liquid detergent and hot water fin " 20 - 30 II / illtltes . For iilore sttlbborll staillS _ use a toothbrush . _ ocamr nins _ After cleaning geli ) re putting the burner caps and heads back , shake out excess water and then dry them thoroughly by setting in a warm oven fin " 30 minutes . NOTE . " Do not usesteel wool or scounbgpowders to clean the burnersor electrodes . Thiscan damage the burnersand electrically short the electrodes . When replacing make sure the Iocator pflTs in the burner head are seated in the pin slots of the burner base . Rotate the burner head around the burner base until it is level and securely seated . 31
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Care and cleaning of the range . , 0 Burner Grates Your range has three protessional - sQ : le Do not opel'ate a btli'nei " _ [ i ) i " } lil extended double grates . These grates are position - period _ ff time without cookware on the specific . For ma _ mum stabilit , i , these grates grate . The finish on the grate may chip without cookware to absorb the heat . should only be used in their proper position ; they cannot be interchanged left To get rid ot burned - on tood , place the to right or fl'ont to back . For convenience , Appearance may varg grates in a covered containe _ : Add l / 4 cup the undersides ot the left and right grates ammonia and let them soak several horns are marked " I , EFT FRONT " and " RIGHT Thegrates may be cleaned in a dishwasher . or overnight . X . _ ' ash , rinse well and ( h _ ' . FRONT . " Make sure the fl'ont portion ot both grates is in fl'ont . The middle grate _ Mthough they are durable , the grates will iiiiiiiiiiiii " : : i _ ' i _ ii ? i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : ilili _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! has a bow in fl'ont . Make stlre the bowed gradually lose their shine , regardless ot the Le [ t Front Center RightFront portion is towards the fl'ont of the range . best care you can give them . This is due to their continual exposure to high Cleaning temperatures . You will notice this i , ifl out when cool . Grates should be sooner with lighter color grates . washed regularly and , of comse , alter NOTE : Do not clean thegrates in a self - cleaning spillove _ s . XM _ shthem in hot , soapy water oven . and rinse with clean water : When replacing the grates , be sure they are positioned iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii ii ii ii ii i iii ii ii i i i i i i i i i i ii ii i ! securely over the burne _ . Replace the grates so that continuous arcs are totaled with the center ribs of all three grates . , 0 Cooktop Surface ( on porcelain cooktop models ) To avoid damaging the porcelain enamel NOTE : Donotstoreflammablematerialsin stlrlilce of the cooktop and to prevent it anupperovenorlowerovendrawerornearthe from becoming dull , clean up spills right cooktopD . onot storeorusecombustible away Foods with a lot of acid ( tomatoes , - € materialsg , asohneorotherflammablevapors sauerkraut , ti'uitjuices , etc . ) or foods with and / kluidsin thevicinityof th / soranyother high sugar content could cause a dtfll spot appliance . if allowed to set . NOTE : Do not lift thecooktop . Lifting thecooktop When the surti _ ce has cooled , wash and canlead to damageand improper operationof the rinse . For other spills such as tilt spattefings , range . etc . , wash with soap and water once the surlilce has cooled . Then rinse and polish q with a ( h _ ' cloth . Stainless Steel Surfaces ( on somemodels ) Donot usea steel - wool pa & it will scratch To Order the surface . # _ . To order CEI _ kMA BRYTE < _ > Stainless Steel To clean the stainless steel surtace , Appliance Cleane _ ; please call our toll - fl'ee use CERAMA BRYTE ' : Stainless Steel n tlli / bei ' : Appliance Cleaner . Apply with a damp National Parts Center 800.626.2002 ( U . S . ) cloth , clean the surtace and wipe with a 888.261.3055 ( Canada ) dry cloth or paper towel to a high gloss . CERAMABRYTE ® Repeat if necessary . m StainlessSteel Appliance Cleaner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . # PMIOX31 e , 32
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Cleaningthe glass cooktop . ( o . sommeodels ) ge . com Normal Daily Use Cleaning ONLY u _ e CEIL _ d _ IA BRYTE Ceranfic [ ] Shake tile cleaning cream well . Apply a troy drops of CEILBd _ IA BRYTE _ > C { } okt { } p Cleaner on the glass cooktop . Other creams max not be as eflectixe . Ceramic Cooktop Cleaner directly to the cooktop . To maintain and protect tile sm _ hce ot yore _ glass cooktop , tollow these steps : [ ] Use a paper towel or CEIL _ rdVIAamic BRYTE < _ C ) leaning Pad fi ) r Ce , I [ ] Befin'e using the cookto ) for the Cooktops to clean tile entire cooktop fi _ t time , clean it with CE ] _ dVIA StlI'J [ il ce . BRYTE < ' : Ceramic Cooktop Cleane _ : Clean your cooktop after Use a oh ) cloth or paper towel This helps protect tile top and makes [ ] each spill . Use CERAMA clean - up easier : to remove all cleaning residue . BRYTE ® Ceramic Cooktop No need to iJnse . Be Stli'e no excess Cleaner . [ ] Daily rise of CEIL _ d _ L _ _ BRYTE < _ > residue is left on the electrodes or Ceramic Cooktop Cleaner will help burner parts . kee I ) tile cooktop looking new . NOTE : It is very / ? nportantht atyouDONOTheat [ ] Remove tile burner grates . thecooktopuntil it hasbeencleanedthoroughly Burned - On Residue WARNING : DAMAGEto yourglass surfacemay [ ] If am residue remains repeat tile occur if youusescrubpads other than those steps listed above as needed . recommendecL [ ] For additional protection , alter all residue has been remoxed , polish tile ] J _ dh > wthe cooktop to cool . Use a CERAMA BRYTE _ CleanhTg entire surti _ ce with CEI { _ dVIA BRYTE ( ' : Pad for Ceramic Co & tops or a [ ] Remoxe tile burner _ m _ tes _ Spread Scotch - Brite _ 3Multi - Purpose No Ceramic Cookto I ) Cleaner and a a few drops of CEILBd _ 4A BRYTE ' ) Scratch blue scrub pad . paper towel Ceramic Cooktop Cleaner to tile entire burned residue area . Using tile included CEIL _ dVIA BRYTE _ ) [ ] Cleaning Pad fi > r Ceramic Cooktoi ) s , rub the residue area , applying pressure as needed . Heavy , Burned - On Residue ] J _ dlow tile cooktop to cool . [ ] _ Mter scraping with tile razor scrape _ ; spread a few drops of CEILZ _ dVIA [ ] Remove tile burner grates . BRYTE ( ' : Ceramic Cooktop Cleaner to the entire burned residue area . Use V _ Use a single - edoe razor blade scra ) er • _ - o r • at all ) ) roxlillatelv , a 4 : ) angle , b _ l ( _ llnst the CEI _ Bd _ IA BRYTE ' _ Cleaning Pad to remove any remaining residue . the glass sudi _ ce and scrape the soil . It will be necessary to apply pressure TheCERAMA BRFi - E * _ Ceramic [ ] For additional protection , alter all to tile razor scraper in order to Cooktop Scraper and all residue has been remoxed , polish the remove tile residue . recommended supplies are entire surlhce with CEIL _ d _ IA BRYTE ' ) available through our Parts Cente _ See itTstructimTsunder " To Order Ceramic ( _ ooktop Cleaner and a Parts " section on next page . paper towel . NOTE : Do not use a dull or nicked blade . 33
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Cleaningthe glass cooktop . ( o , sommood / s Cooktop Seal To clean the cooktop seal around the edges of the glass , lay a wet cloth on it fin " a _ ew minutes , then wipe clean with nonabrasive cleaners . iiiiiiiiiiiii ' ? i _ 5 : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : ilili _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! Glasssurface potential for permanent damage . Our testing shows that if Damage from Sugary Spills and Melted Plastic you are cooking high sugar [ ] Tm'n offall sm'ti _ ce bm'ne _ 5 and , [ ] Any remaining spilloxer should be mixtures such as jelly or with an oxen mitt , remoxe hot pans lett tmfil the sm'ti _ ce of the cooktop fudge and have a spillover , has cooled . and grates , it can cause permanent damage to the glass surface [ ] _ 4 ' earing an oven mitt : ] Don't use the sm'fi _ ce milts again tmtil iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililililililililiiiiiiiii ! ill unless the spillover is all of the residue has been completely a . Use a single - edge razor blade immediately removed . I'elI / o _ , ed , scraper ( CEI _ AA4A BRYTE ' _ NOTE : If pittingorindentationin theglasssurface Ceramic Cooktop Scraper ) to hasalreadyoccurredt , hecooktopglasswill haveto move the spill to a cool area on bereplacedInthiscase , servicewill benecessan / the cooktop , b . Remoxe the spill with paper towels . To Order Parts To order ( : EIL _ dMA BRYTE ' : Ceramic CERAMABRYTE ® CeramicCooktopScraper . . . # WXIOX0302 ( ) ) oktop ( : leaner and the cooktop scrape _ ; please call ore " mll - ti'ee number : Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . # WB64X5027 ( Kit includescreamandrazorscraper ) National Parts Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800.626.2002 ( U . S . ) CERAMABRYTE ® CleaningPads 888.261.3055 ( Canada ) for CeramicCooktops . . . . . . . . . # WX18X358 CERAMA BRYTE ® q Ceramic Ceektep Cleaner . . . . . _ WXT _ X3 _ 1 = m 34
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Careand cleaning of the range , gecem Lift - Off Oven Door Theovendoor is removable , but it is heavy Youmay Tile area outside tile gasket can need help removingand replacingthe doo _ be cleaned Mth a soap - filled plastic sco / wing pad . Toremove the door , open it a few inches to Toclean the outside of the door . " tile special stop position that will hold tile door open . Grasp firefly on each side and Use soap and water to thoroughly clean lift tile door straight up and off tile hinges . tile top , sides and ti'ont of tile oven dora : NOTE " Be careful not to place handsbetween the Rinse well . gim may also use a glass hinge and the oven door frameas theh / we could cleaner to clean the glass on the outside I snapbackand pinch flbgers . of tile door . Lift thedoorstraightupandoff fl _ e Toreplace the deer , make sure tile hinges Spillage of marinades , fl'uitj uices , tomato hinges . are in tile special stop position . Position tile sauces and basting materials containing slots in tile bottom of tile door squarely acids Illay Catlse discoloration and should over the hinges . Then lower the door slowly be wiped up immediately . When the and evenly over both hinges at the same SIIIS { ; Ice is CO01 , clean and rinse . time . If the hinges snap back against the Do not use oven cleane [ s , cleansing oven ti'ame , pull them back out . i ) owcle _ or hm _ h abrasixes on tile Toclean the inside of the door : outside of the door Do not allow excess water to run into Thegasket is designed with a gap am ' holes or slots in tile dora : at the bottom to allow for proper air circulafimT . Because tile area inside tile gasket is Do not rub or clean the door cleaned during the self clean cycle , you gasket - - it has an extremely low do not need to clean this by hand . Any resistance to abrasion . soap lett on the liner causes additional If you notice the gasket becomflTg stains when the oven is heated . worn , frayed or damaged f17any way or if it has become displaced on the door , you should have it replaced . Oven Bottom Tile oven bottom has a porcelain enamel We don't recommend using ahuninum fi ) il on tile oven bottom . It can affect air flow if finish . To make cleaning easier , protect the tile holes are blocked and it can concentrate oven bottom fl'om excessive spillove _ bv placing a cookie sheet on the shelf below heat at tile bottom ot tile oven , resulting in the shelf you are cooking on . This is poor baking pedimnance . particularly important when baking a fl'uit To clean up spillove _ s , use soap and water ; pie or other fl ) ods with a high acid content . an abrasive cleaner or soap - filled sco / wing Hot fl'uit fillings or other fi ) ods that are pad . Rinse well to remove any soap before highly acidic ( such as tomatoes , sauerkraut sell : cleaning . and sauces with vinegar or lemon juice ) nlay cause pitting and damage to the porcelain enamel sm _ hce and should be wiped up immediately . Broiler Pan and Grid Grid _ dtei " broiling , renlove tile broiler pan fl'om Tile broiler pan and grid max be cleaned with a coilli / lei'cial o _ , en cleaneL the oven . Remove tile grid fl'om tile pan . Careflflly pour out grease fl'om tile pan into | Both tile broiler pan and grid can also be a proper contniner . _ , \ ' ash and rinse tile cleaned in a dishwasher : broiler pan and grid in hot water with a soap - filled or plastic scom _ ing pad . Do not store a soiled broiler pan and grid amwhere in the range . Pan If food has bm'ned on , sprinkle tile grid CAUTION : Do not clean the broilerpan orgrid / h with detergent while hot and cover with wet a self - cleaning oven . paper towels or a dishcloth . Soaking the 35 pan will reinove btli'ned - on foods .
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Care and cleaning of the range . , 0 Removable Lower Oven Drawer Toreplace the drawer : NOTE : Formode / s with an electric drawer , before performing anyadjustments , cleaning orservice , [ ] , Place the left drawer rail arotmd the disconnecttherange electrical power supplyat tuner left rail guide and slide it in thehouseholddistribution panel by removingthe slightl ) to hook it . fuse orswitching off the ckcuit breaker Make sure thedrawer heatlbg element is cool [ ] Place the fight drawer rail arotmd the mner right rail guide and slide it in slightl ) to hook it . iiiiiiiiiiii = i7 = : [ ] Slide the drawer all the way in . m place . However ; the drawer may be iiiiiiiiiiiii " , ' : i _ ' i _ 5 : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : ilili _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! removed if fiu'ther cleaning is needed . Use soap and warn / water to thoroughly clean . Toremove the drawer : [ ] Pull the drawer straight out tmtil it stops . [ ] Press the tabs on both sides in , while pulling the draxver fi ) rward and fl'ee . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii , iiiiililililililililiiiiii ii i ! il , 0 Removable Lower Oven Drawer Pan Never place , use or sellk'lean the lower NOTE : Formodels with an electric drawer , before oven drawer pan in the upper oven . performing anyadjustments , cleaning or service , disconnectthe rangeelectrical power supply at I , ower ( ) veil di ' : lwei " has a i'eillO \ ; ible p _ ln the householddistribution panel by remowbgthe for easy cleaning . Clean with hot soapy , 0 fuseor switching off theckcuit breaker Make water and a sponge or dish towel . Dry sure the drawer heating e / ementis cool with a clean cloth . An oven cleaner ; such as Easy - Oft " , may also be used . Be sure to NOTE . " Allow lowerovendrawerto coolbefore tollow the directions on the oven cleane _ : removingpan . Replace the pan in the lower oven dI'aweI : NOTE : Wipespillspmmpflyafiereachuse . q m 36
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g _ com Oven Air Vents Never block tile vents ( air openings ) of tile range . Tile } ' provide tile air inlet and outlet that are necessa _ T fin " the range to operate properly with correct COll / btls [ ion . _ dr openings are located at the rear ot Vent appearance and location varF tile cooktop , at tile top and bottom ot tile oven doo _ ; and at tile bottom of tile range , under tile lower oven ( h'awe _ : Upper Control Panel On models so equipped , lock outthe touch Yell i / lay also rise a glass cleanei / pads before cleaning . CONTROLLOCKOUT Remove heavier soil with waml soapy water : See tile ControlLockoutinlbmmtion in tile Do not use abrasives of anv kind . Special features of your oven control section Unlock the touch pads after cleaning . in this manual . Clean up splatte _ with a ( lamp cloth . Lower Control Panel ( Front Manifold Panel ) and Knobs Tile control knobs may be removed fin " It's a good idea to wipe tile control panel atier each tlse of tile oven . Use a damp easier cleaning . To remove a knob , pull it cloth to clean or iJnse . For cleaning , rise straight off tile stem . If knob is difticult to mild soap and water or a 50 / 50 solution el remove , place a towel or dishcloth between vinegar and wam _ : For dnsing , use clean tile knob and control panel and pull genfl > Surface burner & ? ob water : Polish dry with a soft cloth . Wash tile knobs in soap and water or a vinegar and hot water solution . Do not use abrasive cleansers , strong liquid cleane _ , plastic scouring pads or oven Metal parts can be cleaned with soap and water : Do not use steel wool , abrasives , cleaners on tile control panel - - they will _ lI / / IllOIli _ l _ acids or coi / / illercial oven damage tile finish . cleane _ . Dry with a soft cloth . Do not try to bend knobs by pulling them NOTE " Thelowerovendrawercontrokl nobis not up or down or by hanging a towel or other _ J interchangeablweiththesurfaceburnerknobs . Be such loads . This can danmge the gas \ ; dye sureto raY _ stat / h / elowerovendrawerknobto the Lowerovendrawerknob shaft . originallocation . Thelowerovendrawerknobmay beidentifiedby theredfine . Surfaceburnerknobs haveawhitefine . 37
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Care and cleaning of the range . Oven Shelves and Drawer Racks If w ) ur oven is equipped with nickel oven They may also be cleaned by using an shelves , they should be removed fl'om the abrasive cleansex : AJter cleaning , dnse the shelves with dean water and dxw with a oven befi ) re begimfing the sel6clean cycle , clean cloth . If the shelves ever l _ ecome hard To clean the nickel shelves , use an abrasive to slide , wipe the shelf edges or oven shelf cleanser , _ Mter cleaning , rinse the shelves supports with vegetable oil . with clean water and ( h _ ' with a clean cloth , If the shelves ever become hard to slide , wipe the shelf edges or oven shelf supports with vegetable oil , iiiiiiiiiiiii " : : i _ ' i _ 5 : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : i : ilili _ ii _ ! ! i _ ! ! If yore " oven is equipped with gray porcelain - coated sheNes , they may be cleaned in the oven dining the self : clean cycle , Oven Light Replacement CAUTION : Beforereplaclbgyourovenhghtbuib , Do not remove any screws to remove the cover . disconnectthee / ectncapi owerto therangeat the mainfuseorckcuitbreakerpane / . Besuretoiet the ] Do not touch hot bull ) with a wet h # htcoverandbuibcoo / compiete / y cloth , Replace bulb with a 40 - watt The oven light bull ) is covered with a household appliance bull ) , remox _ d ) le glass cover that is held in place Wire cover holder . Toreplace cover : . with a bail - shaped wire . Remove the oven ( lore , if desired , to reach cover easily : [ ] Place it into the groove of'the lightto receptacle . Pull the wire fin'ward the Toremove : center of the cover tmtil it snaps into V _ Hold a hand under the coxer so it place . _ ] _ en in place , the wire holds ii i doesn't fifll when released . _ . _ ith the cover firefly . Be certain the wire - € finge _ of the same hand , fimfl ) push is in the depression in the center of back the wire coxer holder ; Lift off the cover . the CO _ , eI ' , Com _ ect electrical power to the range . [ ] q # _ . m 38
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Installation Range Instructions In the Commonwealth FOR YOUR SAFETY of Massachusetts Do not store or use combustible materials , gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of • This product must be installed by a licensed this or any other applim _ ce . phunber or gas fitter . If you smell gas : • When using ball type gas shut - off valves , they shall be the T - handle type . Open windows . • A flexible gas connector , when used , must not O Don't touch electrical switches . exceed 3 teet . O Extinguish any open flame . hmnediately call your gas SUl ) plier . BEFORE YOU BEGIN Read these instructions completely and carefully . TOOLS YOU WILL NEED Installation of this rmage must conform with local codes , or in the absence of local codes , with the National Fuel Gas Code , ANSI Z223 . 1 / NFPA . 54 , Phillipsscrewdriver latest edition . In Cmaada , installation must conform with the current Natural Gas Installation Code , CAN / CGA - B149 . 1 or the current Propane Installation Flat - bladescrewdriver Open - eendornch Code , CAN / CGA - B149 . 2 , mid with local codes where adjustablewr applicable . This range has been design - certified by CSA International according to ANSI Z21 . 1 , latest Pencilandruler _ _ edition and Cmladian Gas Association according to CAN / CGA - 1.1 latest edition . Level As with any ai _ plian { ' e using gas and generating heat , there are certain satiety precautions you should ti ) llow . Pipewrenches ( 2 ) You will find these precautions in the Important Safety ( onefor backup ) Drill , awl or nail Information section in the front ot this manual . P , ead them carefully . • IMPORTANT - S , , ethese MATERIALS YOU MAY NEED instructions tot local electrical inspector's use . • ( ; as line sh ut - off valve • IMPORTANT - Obse , , e , ll • Pipe joint sealant or Ui , - ai ) proved pipe thread tape governing codes and ordinances . with Teflon ' : : that resists action of natural and I , P gases • Note to Installer - i , eave these instructions • Nexible metal appliance connector ( 1 / 2 " I . D . ) with the appliance after installation is completed . A 5 - toot length is recommended tot ease ot installation • Note to Consumer - Keep this Owner's but other lengths are acceptable . Never use an old Manual and Installation Instructions for flmue connector when installing a new range . i'el [ ei'en ce , • Flare union adapter for connection to gas suI ) ply line • Note - This appliance ulust be properly grounded , ( 3 / 4 " or 1 / 2 " NPT x 1 / 2 " I . D . ) • Servicer - The electrical diagram is in an envelope • Flare union adapter fl ) r connection to pressure attached to the back ot the range . regulator on range ( 1 / 2 " NPT x 1 / 9 " I . D . ) • Skill level - Installation of this appliance requires • I , iquid leak detector or soapy wateL basic mechanical skills . • I , ag bolt or l / 2 " O . D . sleeve alachor ( fi ) r concrete • Proper installation is the responsibility of the flOOlS only ) . installer . * Teflon : Rcgistercd tl - , ldemarkof DuPont • Product faihu'e due to improper installation is not covered under the _ . Varrantv . 39
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Installation Instructions • Avoid plating cabinets above the range . To reduce A WARNING ! the hazard caused by reaching over the open flalnes of operating burnei _ , install a ventilation INSTALLATION SAFETY hood over the range that projects torward at least B " beyond the fl'ont of the cabinets , INSTRUCTIONS • Tile ventilating hood Inust be constlucted of sheet inetal not less than 0.0192 " thick . Read these instructions completely and carefully . Install above the cooktop with a clearance of not hnproper installation , adjustment , alteration , service less than 1 / 4 " between the hood and the underside or maJntenmace can cause injury or property damage . of the colnbustible material or inetal cabinet . The Refer to this mmmal . For assistance or additional hood must be at least as wide as the ai ) pliance and information , consult a qualified installer , service centered over the ai ) pliance . ( : learance between agency , manufacturer ( dealer ) or the gas supplier . the cooking surtace and the ventilation hood Never reuse old flexible connectors . The use surfhce MUST NEVER BE LESS THAN 24 INCHES . of old flexible connectors can cause gas leaks and personal ii _ iury . Always use NEW flexible connectors EXCEPTION : Installation of a listed inicrowave oven when installing a gas ai ) pliance , or cooking al ) pliance over the cooktop shall conform to the installation instluctions packed with that IMPORTANT - Remove all packing appliance . inaterial and literature fl'Oln oven befi ) re connecting gas and electrical sui ) ply to range , • If cabinets are placed above the range , allow a nlininluln clearance of 30 " between the CAUTION - t , ( > not , ttempt ( t ) operate cooking surtace and the bottom of unl ) rotected cabinets . the ( ) veil of this range during a power tailure ( Electric Ignition inodels only ) , • If a 30 " clearance between cooking surthce and overhead colnbustible material or metal cabinets • Have your range installed bv a qualified installer , cannot be maintained , protect the underside of the • Yore " range must be electrically grounded in cabinets above the cooktop with not less than 1 / 4 " accordance with local codes or , in the absence insulating inillboard covered with sheet inetal not of local codes , in accordance with the National less than 0.0199 " thick . Clearance between the Electrical Code ( ANSI / NFPA 70 , latest edition ) . cooking surtace and protected cabinets MUST Ill Canada , electrical grounding inust be ill NEVER BE LESS THAN 24 INCHES . accordance with the current ( _ SA C22 . 1 Canadian Electrical ( : ode Part 1 and / or local codes . See • The vertical distance fl'om the plane of the cooking Electrical Connections in this section , surtace to tile bottoln of a ( ! jacent overhead cabinets extending closer than 1 " to the plane of the range • gefin'e installing your range on linolemn or anv sides inust not be less than 18 " . ( See the Dimensions other synthetic floor covering , inake sure the floor and Clearances illustration in this section . ) covering can withstand 180 ° F without shrinking , warping or discoloring . Do not install the range • CAUTION - ] teInosfinterestot over cari ) eting tmless a sheet of 1 / 4 " thick plywood children should not be stored ill cabinets above a or silnilar insulator is placed between the range range or oi5 the backsplash of a range - - children and cai ] ) eting . clilnbing on the range to reach itelns could be seriously iI _ j ured . • Make sure the wall coverings around the range can withstand heat generated by the range up to 200 ° E 4O
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Installation Instructions DIMENSIONS AND CLEARANCES Provide adequate clearances between the range and adjacent combustible surfaces . These dimensions must be met for safe use of your range . The location of the electrical outlet and pipe opening ( see Gas Pipe and Electric Outlet Locations ) may be adjusted to meet specific requirements . The range may be placed with 0 " clearance ( flush ) at the back wall . I I I Minimum to cabinets on for cabinets either side taboveh Maximum dep of the range countertops 30 " Minimum 30 " 13 " _ - ' > < - 3 " Minimum to 18 " wall an either side Front edge of the range side panel forward from cabinet 1 / 4 " _ " _ - - J To cabinets below cooktop and atthe range back Depth with door closed ( includes door handle ) 30 " ' " _ l " _ I " _ 293 / , Depth variesdependingon model . See specifications sheet for your model . Height 473 / 4 " Depth with door opel 463 / 4 " k _ \ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " , " _ " \ _ . . . . . , . . . . . . . . , . " . " . " " " " " _ , , . . . . . - 41
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Installation Instructions - & WARNING ! LOCATION ANTI - TIP DEVICE Do not locate the rmige where it may be subject to strong drafts . Any openings in the floor or wall behind the rm _ ge should be sealed . Make sure the openings All ranges can tip and injury could around the base of the range that supply fresh air for result . combustion m _ d ventilation axe not obstructed by @ carpeting or woodwork . To prevent accidental tipping of the range , attach an approved Anti - Tip device to the Your range , like ulany other household itenis , is wall . ( See Installing the Anti - Tip Device in heavy and can settle into soft floor coverings such as this section . ) To check if the device is ® cushioned vinyl or carpeting . Use care when nioving installed and engaged properly , carefully tile range on this type of flooring . It is recolulnended tip the range forward . The Anti - Tip device that tile tollowing siulple and inexpensive instlitctions should engage and prevent the range from be tollowed to protect your floor . tipping over . Tile range should be installed on a sheet of plywood If you pull the range out from the wall for ( or siulilar niaterial ) . When the floor covering ends at may reason , make sure the Anti - Tip device the fl'ont of the range , the area that the range will rest is engaged when you push the rmige back on should be built up with plywood to tile saule level agMnst the wall . or higher than the floor covering . • For VO / lI " safety , IleveI " rise VO / li " I'allge lol " WaI'Ulillg This will allow tile range to be nioved flir cleaning OI " heatillg tile I'OOUl , Yo / II " ( ) veil alld cooktop are or servicing . Pdso , ulake sure your floor covering will not designed to heat your kitchen . Top burnei _ withstand 180 ° F . ( See tile Installation Safety Instructions should not be operated without cookware on the section . ) grate . Such abuse could restdt ill fire and daulage to your range and will void vour warrantv . Make sure tile wall coverings _ lI'O / llld vo / u " range C _ lll withstand tile heat generated ( up to 200 ° F ) bv tile • Do not store or use couIbustible inatelJals , ran , e ( See tile Installation Safety Instructions section . ) gasoline or other flauunable wq ) ors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance . Explosions or fires could result . • Do IIot rise ( ) veil toI " a storage area . ] teius stored ill IMPORTANT ! tile oven can ignite . Remove all tape mid packaging . Make sure the • Do not let cooking grease or other flauinlable burners are properly seated m _ d level . uiaterials accuui ulate in or near the range . Take the accessory pack out of the oven mad / or drawer , Check to be sure that no range parts have come loose during shipping . 42
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Installation Instructions [ ] PROVIDE ADEQUATE GAS [ ] CONNECT THE RANGE TO GAS SUPPLY Shut off the main gas supply valve before discmmecting the old range and leave it off mltil the new hook - up has Your rmlge is designed to operate at a pressure of 4 " of been completed . Don't forget to relight the pilot on water column on natural gas or , if designed for LP gas other gas applimaces when you turn the gas back on . ( propm _ e or butane ) , 10 " of water column . Because hard piping restricts movement of tile range , Make sure w ) u are supplying your range with tile type tile use of a CSA International - certified flexible metal of gas for which it is designed . appliance connector is recommended mdess local This range is convertible for use on natural or codes require a hard - piped connection . propane gas . If win , decide to use this range on I , P gas , Never use an old connector when installing a new conversion u / list be made b ' _ a qualified I , P installer range . If the hard piping method is used , you must before attempting to operate tile range on that gas . carefully align the pipe ; tile range cannot be moved alter the connection is made . For proper operation , tile pressure of natural gas supplied to the regulator ulust be between 4 " and 13 " To prevent gas leaks , put pipe joint compound on , or of water cohul / IS . wrap pipe thread tape with Teflon ' : : around , all male For I , P gas , tile pressure supplied must be between 10 " ( external ) pipe threads . and l 3 " of water cohmm . A . Install a manual gas line shut - off valve in tile gas line When checking fin " proper operation of tile regulatoi , in an easily accessed location outside of the range . tile inlet pressure must be at least 1 " greater than tile Make sure evelTone operating tile range knows operating ( manifl _ ld ) pressure as given above . where and how to shut ott tile gas supply to tile i ' _ 1ng e . Tile pressure regulator located at tile inlet of tile range B ° manifl ) ld must remain in tile supply line regardless of Install male l / 2 " flare union adapter to tile 1 / 2 " whether natm'al or I , P gas is being used . NPT internal thread at inlet of regulator . Use a backup wrench on tile regulator fitting to avoid A flexible metal appliance connector used to connect damage . tile range to the gas supply line should have an I . D . of 1 / 2 " and be 5 feet in length fin " ease of installation . In When installing tile range fl'om tile fl'ont , remove tile 90 ° elbow tot easier installation . Canada , flexible connectors must be single wall metal connectors no longer than 6 feet in length . C ° Install male l / 2 " or 3 / 4 " flare union adapter to tile NPT internal thread of the manual shut - ott wdve , taking care to back - up the shut - ott wdve to keep it fl'om ttu'ning . D . Connect flexible metal appliance connector to tile adapter on the range . Position range to permit connection at tile shut - ott wdve . E ° When all connections have been made , make sure all range controls are in tile ott position and turn on the main gas supply wdve , Use a liquid leak detector at all joints and connections to check fin " leaks in the svsteul . WARNING : Do NOTUSEA FLAME TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS . When using test pressures greater than 1 / 2 psig to pressure test tile gas supply system of tile residence , disconnect tile range and individual shut - ott valve fl'om tile gas supply piping . When using test pressures of 1 / 2 psig or less to test tile gas supply system , simply isolate tile range ti'om tile gas supply system by closing tile individual shut - ott wdve . * Teflon : Registered trademark of DuPont 43
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Installation Instructions GAS PIPE AND ELECTRICAL OUTLET LOCATIONS Recommended area for 120V outlet on rear wall and area for through - the - wall connection of pipe stub and shut - off valve . Recommended area for _ , through - the - floor connection of pipe stub and shut - off valve . 44
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Installation Instructions FLEXIBLE CONNECTOR HOOKUP = = = = , [ - . . . . . . . . - q Installer : Inform the I : ] _ - _ Gas Note : To gain access consumer of the 1 / 2 " or3 / 4 " ff _ l ] / _ - _ shut - off to the regulator , remove location of the gas Gaspipe _ L _ - valve the lower oven drawer shut - off va ve . and , on somemodels , removethe rear access panelin the lower oven compartment . RIGID PIPE HOOKUP OPTIONS Note : Togain access to the regulator , remover the lower oven drawe and , on somemodels , removethe rear access panel in the lower oven compartment . Alternate Hookup Adapter 45 ° Elbow 90 " Elbow _ _ _ X _ " " 90 " Elbow _ _ _ _ - . - - 90 ° Elbow I I " tL - 4 / Nipple Nipple _ _ " I I _ Quickconnect _ / or union r , _ _ _ , • Pressure oas _ - - I _ _ , _ N _ pple regulator shut - off _ _ _ goo regulator valve : _ Elbow 1 - 1 _ ' _ Nipple 1 / 2 " or 3 / 4 " / " 90 ' _ Elbow Installer : Inform the I ' _ off Gaspipe Adapter _ location of the gas consumer af the I _ & ! iii _ shut - off va ve . 1 / 2 " or 3 / 4 " Installer : Inform the I Gaspipe consumer of the location I of the gas shut - off va ve . 45
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Installation Instructions [ ] ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS [ ] ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ( CONT . ) Electrical Requirements A . Usage Situations where Appliance Power Cord will be Disconnected Infrequently , 120 - volt , 60 Hertz , properly grounded dedicated circuit protected by a 15 - amp or 20 - amp circuit breaker or An adapter may be used only on a 15 - amp circuit . time delay fuse . Do not use an adapter on a 20 - amp circuit . Where local codes permit , a TEMPORARY CONNECTION Extension Cord Cautions may be made to a properly grounded two - prong wall Because of potential satiety hazards associated receptacle b ) ' the use of a UIAisted adapter , awfilable with certain conditions , we strongly recommend against at most hardware stores . The larger slot in the adapter the use of an extension cord . However , if you still elect must be aligned with the larger slot in the wall to use an extension cord , it is absolutely necessary that receptacle to provide proper polarity in the it be a UIAisted , 3 - wire grounding - type appliance connection of the power cord . extension cord and that the current carrying rating of the cord in amperes be equivalent to , or greater than , Temporary Method the circuit rating . ( Adapterplugsnotpermittedin Canada ) Grounding Align largeprongs / slots IMPORTANT - - ( PIease read carefully ) FOR PERSONAL SAFETY , THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED . Ensureproper PreferredMethod groundandfirmefore connectiobn use Ensurepropegr round CAUTION : Att . chi , , tghe . d . pte , " existsbeforeuse ground terminal to the wall receptacle cover screw does not ground the appliance unless the cover screw is metal , and not insulated , The power cord of this appliance is equii ) ped with a and the wall receptacle is grounded through three - prong ( grounding ) plug which mates with a the house wiring . The customer should have standard three - prong grounding wall receptacle to the circuit checked by a qualified electrician minimize the possibility of electric shock hazard fl'om to make stlre the receptacle is properly this appliance . grounded . The customer should have the wall receptacle and circuit checked by a qualified electrician to make sure When disconnecting the power cord fl'om the adapte _ ; the receptacle is properly grounded . always hold the adapter with one hand . If this is not Where a standard two - prong wall receptacle is done , the adapter ground terminal is very likely to encountered , it is the personal responsibility and break with repeated use . Should this hai _ pen , DO obligation of the customer to have it replaced with a NOT USE the appliance until a proper ground properly grounded three - prong wall receptacle . has again been established . DO NOT , UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES , CUT OR REMOVE THE THIRD ( GROUND ) PRONG FROM THE POWER CORD . A word about GFCI's - GFCI's axe not required or recommended for gas range receptacles . Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters ( GFCI's ) are devices that sense leakage of current in a circuit and automatically switch oft power when a threshold leakage level is detected , These devices must be manually reset bv the consumer . The National Electrical Code requires the use of GFCI's in kitchen receptacles installed to serve countertop surtaces . Pertormance of the range will not be atti _ cted if operated on a GFCI - protected circuit but occasional nuisance tripping of the GFCI breaker is possible . 46
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Installation Instructions [ ] ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ( CONT . ) [ ] ASSEMBLE SURFACE BURNERS Assemble the burners as shown , B . Usage Situations where Appliance Power Cord will be Disconnected Frequently . Do not use an adapter plug in these situations because disconnecting of tile power cord places undue strain on tile adapter and leads to eventual failure of tile adapter ground terminal , The customer should have the two - prong wall receptacle replaced with a three - prong ( gro / mding ) receptacle by a qualified electrician befl ) re using tile appliance . Tile installation of appliances designed fin " mobile home installation must conform with tile Manufactured Grate Home Const _ uction and Safety Standard , Title 24 CFR , Part 3280 ( formerly tile Federal Standard fin " Mobile Home Construction and Satiety , Title 24 , HUD , Part Burner cap 280 ) o _ ; when such standard is not applicable , tile Standard fin " Manufi _ ctm'ed Home Installations , latest edition ( Manul , _ ctured Home Sites , Commmfities and Burnerhead Set - Ups ) , ANSI A225 . 1 , latest edition , or with local codes . In Canada , mobile home installation must be in accordance with the current CAN / CSA ZE40 / MH Electrode Mobile Home Installation Code . Burnerbase Electric Disconnect • I , ocate disconnect I ) lug , on tile raw , e _ back . CAUTION : 1 , , , , , , , toperattiele bm'ner without all bm'ner parts in place . • Pinch sides of connector and pull out of range back . The top sides of the Right Front , Right Rear and Left Front burner heads are marked with the letters " RF " , " RR " and " LF " , respectively , to aid assembl ) . Medium bead ( not marked ) Smallhead and cap andcap [ ] SEAL THE OPENINGS Seal an ) openings in tile wall behind tile range and in tile floor under tile range , when hookui ) s , are completed . t t Largehead Extralarge and cap headand cap 47
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Installation Instructions [ ] ASSEMBLE SURFACE BURNERS [ ] CHECK IGNITION OF SURFACE BURNERS ( CONT . ) Operation of all cooktop and oven burners should be Place the burner heads on the bases matching the checked after the range and gas sui ) ply lines have been letters , Place the correct size caps on the heads , Make careflfllv checked tor leaks . sure that the caps and heads are placed in the correct location , There is one small , one mediun - l , one large Electric I _ fition Models and one extra large head and cap , Select a top burner knob and sire ultaneously i ) usb in and turn to LITE position . You will bear a clicking sound indicating proper operation of the spark module . Once the air has been purged ti'om the sui ) ply lines , burners should light within 4 seconds . Locatorpins After burner lights , rotate knob out of the LITE position . Try each burner in succession until all burners have been checked . Quality of Flames The combustion quality of burner flames needs to be Pinslots determined visuallv . ( A ) Yellow flames - - Call for service When placing , make sm'e tim h ) cator pins in the burner head are seated in the pin slots of the ( B ) Yellow tips on burner base , Rotate the bm'ner head around the outer cones - - burner base until it is level and securely seated , Normal for LP gas ( C ) Soft blue flames - - Normal for natural gas If burner flames look like ( A ) , call for service . Normal burner flames should look like ( B ) or ( C ) , depending on the type of gas you use . With I , P gas , some yellow tipping on outer cones is normal . [ ] CHECK IGNITION OF OVEN BURNER The oven is designed to operate quietly and automatically . To ot ) erate the oven , press the BAI _ " pad and then t ) ress the nmnber pads until 350 ° appears in the displa } . Touch the START pad . Al [ ter 30 - 90 seconds , the men burner will ignite and burn until the set temperature is reached . The oven burner will continue to c _ cle on and off as necessarx to maintain the oven at the temperature indicated by the display . To check ignition of the broil burnex , touch the BROIL HI / LO t ) ad and then the START t ) ad . After 30 - 90 seconds , the broil burner will ignite . Electric ignition models require electrical power to operate . In case of a power outage , the oven burners on these models cannot be lit manuall _ with a match . ( ; as will not flow unless the glow bar is hot . If the oven is in use when a power outage occurs , the burner will shut off and cannot be re - lit until t ) ower is restored . 48
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Installation Instructions [ ] ADJUST BROIL AND OVEN [ ] ADJUST BROIL AND OVEN BURNER AIR ADJUSTMENT BURNER AIR ADJUSTMENT SHUTTERS IF NECESSARY SHUTTERS IF NECESSARY ( CONT . ) Air adjustment shutters for the top and bottom burners regulate the flow of air to the flames . To remove the oven bottom : A . Remove the knm'led screws holding down rear of the o ' _ en bottoiil , B . ( ; rasp the oxen bottom at finger slots on each side . The air a ( ! justment shutter for the top ( broil ) burner is C . i . itt the rear of the oxen bottom enough to clear the in the center of the rear wall of the oxen . lip of the range franle , push it back , and then pull it tip and ot / t . ustmellt [ ] LEVELING THE RANGE shutter a . Install the oven shelxes in the oxen and position the ram , e where it will be installed . Lower range , raooe Raise The shutter for the bottom ( oven ) burner is near the back wall behind the drawer . Remove the drawer . See the Care and cleaning of the range section . range To adjust the flow of air to either burner , loosen the Phillips head screw and rotate the shutter toward open ( on some models ) ( on some models ) or closed position as needed . B . Check fin " levelness by placing a spirit level or a cup , partially filled with water , on one of the oven shelves . If using a spilit level , take two readings - - with the level placed diagonally first in one direction and then the other . C . ] _ , emove the drawer . See the Care and cleaning of the The flames for the top ( broil ) burner should be steadx range section . The fl'ont leveling legs can be a ( ! justed with approximately l " blue cones and should not ti'oln the bottonl and the rear legs can be a ( ! iusted extend out oxer the edges of the burner baffle . ti'om the top or the bottom . D . Use an open - end or a ( ! justable wrench to a ( ! just the lexeling legs tmtil the range is lexel . E . After the range is lexel , slide the range awax from the wall so that the Anti - Tip dexice can be installed , To detem _ ine if the bottom burner flames are burning properl B remove the oven bottom . Flames should have approximately 1 " blue cones and , if range is SUl ) plied with natm'al gas , should burn with no yellow tipping . ( _ . _ ] th most I . P gas , small vellow tips at the end of outer cones are noi _ / nal . ) Flalnes should not lilt ott burner ports . If lilting is observed , gradually reduce air shutter opeldng until flalnes are stabilized . 49
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Installation Instructions [ ] INSTALLING THE ANTI - TIP [ ] INSTALLING THE ANTI - TIP DEVICE DEVICE ( CONT . ) Wallhoard Backof range - & WARNING ! • Range must be secured with an approxed Anti - Tip dexice . • Unless properly installed , the range could be Wood screw tipped b ) ) ou or a child standing , sitting or leanino _ on _ 111 open door , • After installing the Anti - Tip dexice , xerilk ' that it Install the sleeve anchor into the drilled hole and then is in place by carefiflly attempting to tilt the install the lag bolt through the device . The bolts must range forward , be properly tightened as recommended for the hardware . • This range has been designed to ineet all E . Slide the range against the wall , and check fi ) r recognized industr ) tip standards for all normal proper installation by grasping the front edge of the conditions . cooktop and carefidly attempting to tilt the range fin'ward . • The use of this dexice does not prechMe tipping of the ranoe _ when not properl ) installed . • If the Anti - Tip dexice supplied with the range WHEN ALL HOOKUPS ARE does not fit this application , use the tmixersal COMPLETED Anti - Tip dexice _ , _ B2X7909 . Make sure all controls are left in the off position . Make sure the flow of combustion and ventilation air to the A . Mark the wall where the RIGHT EDGE of the range is to be located . Be sure to allow fin " the cotmtertoi _ range is unobstructed . overhang if you intend to install the range next to cabinets . CONVERTING TO LP GAS ( or converting back to natural gas from LP ) Slotted head This rmlge leaves the factory set for use with natural gas . If you want to convert to LP gas , the conversion must be performed by a qualified LP gas installer . The conversion insn uctions and 12 orifices can be Markededgeof range found attached to the range next to the pressure regulator : 2 ½ toward the B . i , ocate the outside edge , of the device ' J " Keep these instructions and the orifices in case you center of the range ti'om the marked edge of the _ V } IIIt to con _ , ert back to nattlral gas . I'll n ) e C . Using the dexice as a template , mark the position of the hole for the screw . D . For wood construction , drill a pih ) t hole at an angle of 20 degrees from the horizontal . A nail or awl may be used if a drill is not axailable . Mount the Anti - Tip dexice with the screw proxided . For ceu / en [ or concrete constrtlction , VOtl will need a 1 / 4 " x 1 ½ " lag bolt and a 1 / 2 " O . D . sleeve anch ( n ; which are not provided . Drill the recommended size hole for the hardware . 5O
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Before you call for service . . . gecom Troubleshooting - tips 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 Topburners do not light Plug on rmlge is not completely • Make sure electrical plug is plugged into a live , properly or do not burn evenly , inserted in the electrical outlet . grounded outlet , ( The frent right burner is Burner slits on the side of the • Remove tile burner heads and dean them . Che ( k the designed to have slightly smallerflames between burner may be clogged , electrode area for burned - on food or grease . See the the 6and9 o'clock Care and cleaning of the range section . positions . This is normaL ) hnproper burner assembly . • Make sure the buruer parts are iustalled correctly . See the Care and cleaning of the range section . Burner flames very hnproper air to gas ratio . • / f range is connected to l , P gas , contact the person large or yellow who installed your range or made the conversion . Surfaceburnerslight The oven gas shut - off valve • To check the oven gas shut - off wdve , remove the butovendoesnot drawer ( see the Care and cleaning of the range may have accidentally been moved during cleaning or section ) . Remove the rear access panel by uns ( rewing moving . the thtunb screws in the ul ) per leli and right corner . I , ook tor the gas shut - oil lever at the back of the range . Leveris Tilumb screws shownclosed . PULLTOOPEN . Scratches ( mayappear Incorrect clemlhzg • Scratches are not remox : d ) le . Tiny scratches will become ascracks ) oncooktop methods being used . less visible in time as a result of cleaning . glasssurface CookwaJce with rough bottoms • To avoid scratches , use the recommended cleaning being used or coarse particles procedures . Make sure bottoms of cookware are clean before use , and use cookware with smooth bottoms . ( salt or sm _ d ) were between the cookwame mad the surface of the cooktop . Cookware has been slid across the cooktop surface . Areas of discoloration • See the Cleaning the glass cooktop section . Food spillovers not cleaned before next use . on theglass cooktop surface Hot surface on a model with • This is normal . The cooking zones may change color a light colored glass cooktop . when hot or cooling down . This is temporary and will disappear as the glass cools to room temperature . Plastic melted • See the Glass surface - - Potential for permanent damage Hot cooktop crone into to the glass cooktop Section in the Cleaning the glass surface section . contact with plastic placed surface on the hot cooktop . Pitting ( orindentation ) Hot sugar mixture spilled • Call a qualified technician flw replacement . of the cooktop on the cooktop . 51
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Before you call for service . . . , 0 Troubleshooting - tips Possible Causes What ToDo Control signals after You forgot to enter a bake • Touch the BAKEpad and desired temperature or entering cooking time temperature or clemfing time . the SELFCLEANpad and desired clean time . or start time Food does not bake Oven controls improperly set . • See the Using the upper oven section . , 0 or mastpreperly Shelf position is incorrect . • See the Using the upper oven section . Incorrect cookware or cookwaxe • See the Using the upper oven section . of improper size being used . Oven thermostat needs • See the Adjust the upper oven thermostat - - adjustment . OO it yourself ! section . Clock not set correctly . • See the Using the clock and timer section . Alumhaum foil usedimpmperly • Seethe Care and cleaning ofthe rangesection . in the oven . m Oven bottom not securely • See the Installation of the range section . , 0 seated in position . Food doosoot Oven controls hnproperly set . • Make sure you touch the BROIL HI / tO pad . broil properly in the upper oven Oven door not closed . • See the Using the upper oven section . hnproper shelf position • See the Broiling Guide . , 0 being used . Food being cooked ha a hot pma . • Use the broiling pan and grid that calne with your _ mage . Make sure it is cool . Cookwaace not suited for broiling . • Use the broiling pan and grid that came with votu " range . Aluminum foil used on the • See the Using the upper oven section . the broiling pma mad grid has not been fitted properly = ad slit as recommended . Oven bottom not securely • Seethelnstallationoftherangesecfion . seated in position . Upper oven temperature Oven thermostat • See the Adjust the upper oven thermostat - - too hot or too cold needs adjustment . Do it yourself ! section . Clockandtimer Plug on rmage is not completely • Make sure electrical I ) lug , is I ) lugged , , into a live , properly do not work inserted ha the electrical outlet , grounded outlet . A fuse ha your home may be • ] _ eplace the fl , se or reset the circuit breake , : iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiili ! i blo , o . arthecuibtre er tripped . Oven controls improperly set . • See the Using the clock and timer section . m 52
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ge . com Possible Causes What ToDo Upper oven light Light bulb is loose or defective . * Tighten or replace the bulb . doesnot work Plug on range is not completely * Make sure electrical l ) lug , is l ) lugged , , into a live , properly h _ serted ha the electrical outlet , grounded outlet . Upper oven millnot The oven temperature is too * ? dlow the range to cool to room temperature mad self - clean high to set a self - cleml operation , reset the controls . Oven controls improperly set . * See the Using the self - cleaning upper oven section . " Crackling " or This is the sound of the * This is normal . " popping " sound metal heating mid cooling during both the cooking and cleaning functions . Excessive smoking Excessive soil . * Touch the CLEAR / OFF pad . Open the windows to rid the room of smoke . Wait until the LOCKEDDOOR light goes off . Wipe up the excess soil and l'eSet the cle ; lU cycle . Oven door will not open Oven too hot . * Allow the oven to cool below hwkiug temperature . after a clean cycle Oven not clean after a Oven conlrols not properly set . * See the Usingthe self - cleaningupper oven se ( ' ti ( m . clean cycle Oven was heavily soiled . * Clean up heavy spilhwers before starting the clean cycle . Heavily soiled ovens may need to sell = clean again or for a hmger period of time . " LOCK DOOR " flashes The self - clean cycle has been * Close the oven door . in the display selected but the door is not closed . LOCKED DOOR light The oven door is locked * Touch tile CLEAR / OFF pad . Allow the ( ) \ ' ell to cool . is on when you want because the temperature to COOk inside the oven has not dropped below the locking temperature . " F - - andanumberor You have a fm _ ction error code . * TotwhtheCLEAR / OFFpad . ? dh ) wtheoveutocooltbr letter " flash in the display one hotu : Put the oven back into operation . If the function code repeats . * Disconnect all power to the range for 5 minutes and then reconnect power . ] f the flmctiou error code repeats , call fin " service . Oven shelves are The nickel shelves ( if so equipped ) * Apply a small amotmt of vegetable oil to a paper difficult to slide were cleaned in a self - cleml cycle , towel and wipe the edges ( > f the oven shelves with The gray porcelah _ - coated shelves the paper towel . Do not spray with Pare " : or other ( if so equipped ) were improperly lul ) ricaut sprays . cleaned , " Probe " appears in This is reminding you to enter a • Enter a probe temperature . thedisplay ( somemodels ) probe temperature after plugging in the probe . 53
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Before you call for service . . . , O Troubleshooting - tips What To Do i Possible Causes Display goes blank A fuse in your home may be • Replace the tilse or reset the circuit breaker : blown or the circuit breaker tripped . The clock is in the • See the Special features of your oven controlsection . . O black - out mode . Displayflashes Power failure . • Reset the clock . Unable to get the Oven control pads were • The BAKE and BROIL HI / LO pads must be touched at display to show " SF " not pressed properly , the same time mad held fo _ 3 seconds . Power outage , Power outage or surge . • Reset the clock . If the oveu was ill use , you I / / I / st reset clock flashes it by touching the CLEAR / OFF pad , setting the clock and resetting any cooking flmction . " Burning " or " oily " This is normal in a new oven • To speed the process , set a sell : clean cycle for a odor emitting from and will disappear in time . minimum of 3 hours . See the Using the self - cleaning the vent oven section . , O Strongodor An odor from the insulation • This ix temporary . around the inside of the oven is normal for the first few times the oven is used . , O Fan noise ( some models ) The convection fan may turn on • This is normal . The convection thu will run tmtil the and off automatically , tuuctiou ix over or the door ix opened . Convection fan not Preheat temperature • Fan will start atm ) maticallv once the preheat working ( some models ) not reached , temperattu'e is reached . Drawer does not slide The drawer is out of aligmnent . • Fully extend the drawer and push it : ill the way in . smoothlyor drags See the Care and cleaning of the range section . iiiiiiiiiiiii ; i _ ! _ i _ i _ i _ i _ ! _ ! iiii _ ili ; ii ; ii ; ii ; ii ; ii ; ii ; ii ; ii ; ii ; i _ i : ) ; i Drawer is overloaded or load • Recltwe weight . Redistribute drawer contents . is mlbalmlced . Lower ovendrawer A fuse in your home may be • Replace the fuse or reset the circtfit breaker . will notwork blown or the circuit breaker tripped . The oven is self - clemah _ g . • Wait for the sell : ( leau cycle to finish : rod the oven to cool . Controls improperly set . • See the Lower oven drawersection . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiili ! ii i Excessive condensation Liquid in lower oven drawer . • Remove liqtfid . in the lower oven drawer Uncovered foods . • Cover food with lid or altmfinm [ / foil . Temperature setting too high . • Redure temperatt / re settiu m Food dries out in the Moisture escaping . • Cover food with lid or altmfiutun foil . lower oven drawer Drawer not fully closed . • Push drawer in until latch engages . 54 i
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