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_ e . COIB Ins'udlation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . 32 - 43 _ ! _ Safety Instru _ tions . . . . . . . 9 - 7 Air Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Operating Inslru _ . ions ' Aluminum Foil . . . . . . . . . . 13 Ai _ ti - Tip Device . . . . . . . . 35 , 43 Clock and Timer . . . . . . . ] 5 , ] 6 JCBP2 4 Checking Burner Ignition . . . 41 ( ) \ ' e n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ] 0 - 3 ] Connecting the Rang > JCBP2 5 to Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 - 39 Baking and Roasting . . . . . . 13 JCBP26 Dimensions and Clearances . 34 Broiling , Broiling Guide . . . 14 JCBP2 7 Oven Control . . . . . . . . l 0 , l l Electrical Connections . . 40 , 41 JCBP28 Power Outag > . . . . . . . . 12 , 16 I , ex > ling the Rang > . . . . . . . . 42 JCBP29 Preheating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 I , ocation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 JGBP30 Sabbath Feaune . . . . . . 19 , 20 I , P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Self - Cleaning . . . . . . . . . 22 , 23 JC ; BP32 Special Features . . . . . . . . . 18 Troubleshooting Thermostat Adjusunent . . . 21 Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 - 47 JGBP34 Timed Baking RCB 7 _ 5 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 and Roasting . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 RCB 740 Sml _ ace Cooking . . . . . . . . . 8 , 9 RCB 745 Consumer Support Consumer RCB746 Care and Cleaning Broiler Pan and Grid . . . . . . 98 Support . . . . . . . . . . Back Coxer R ( ; B790 Burlier Assemhlv . . . . . . . 24 - 26 Product Registration . . . . 49 , 50 Burner Grams . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 _ ' arranty for Customers in Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Control Panel and Knohs . . . 30 V ( arranw tbr ( hlstomers Cooktop Surl _ ace . . . . . . . . . . 27 in the U . S . A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Door Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Kick Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 I , ift - up Cooktop . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Oven Bouom . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Oven i , ight Replacement . . . 31 ( ) yen Vents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Self - Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . 99 , 93 Shelx _ s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Stainless Steel SmlZaces . . . . . 97 Storag _ Drawer . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # You can find them on a label on the front ot the range behind the storage drawer or kick panel . 18305580P194 49 - 85109 07 - 06JR
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! For your safe _ the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion , electric shock , or to prevent property damage , personal injury , or loss of life . WARNINGI : f 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 ! ANTI - TIPDEVICE - WHATTODOIF YOU SMELLGAS ALL RANGES CAN TIP @ INJURY TO PERSONS @ Do not try to light any appliance . COULD RESULT Do not touch any electrical switch ; @ INSTALL AN _ tiP do not use any phone in your DEVICES PACKED WITH building . RANGE @ Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone . Follow the INSTRUCTIONS gas supplier's instructions . If you cannot reach your gas supplier , call the fire department . - - Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer , service agency or the gas supplier . ANTI - TIPDEVICE All ranges can tip and injury could result . Toprevent accidental tipping of the range , attach it to the wall 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 - - tip device WB2X7909 . To check if the device is installed and engaged properly , carefully tip the range forward . TheAnti - - tip device should engage and prevent the range from tipping over . If you pu ] ] the range otlt t ) om tile wall for any reason , make sure fl ) e device is properly engag > d when you push the range back against the wall . If it is not , flmre is a possible risk of the rang > tipping ox > r and causing i , lju _ T if you or a child stand , sit or lean on an open door Please refer to the Anti - Tip device infollnation in this manual . Failure m take this precaution could result in tipping of the rang _ and ilIjtlI >
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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 yeflow 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 . ; _ ; Hate your rang _ installed and properly ; _ ; Plug your rang _ into a 190 _ \ _ lt grounded grounded by a qualified installer , in outlet only . Do not remove the round accordance with the Installation Insuucdons . grounding prong fiom dm ping . If in doubt Any adjustment and service should be about the grounding of the home electrical perfo , _ ned only by qualified gas rang > system , it is your personal responsibility and installers or service technicians . obligation to haxe an ungrounded outlet replaced wifll a properly gTounded , _ : ; iD _ ' o not attempt to repair or replace any d _ ree - prong outlet in accordance with part of your range unless it is specifically the National Electrical ( ; ode . Do not use recommended in this manual . All other an exmnsion cord with this appliance . service should be refetTed to a qna ] ified technician , 3
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . SAFETYPRECAUTIONS Locate the rang _ out of kitchen traffic pafl _ _ ; i : N , iexer wear loose fitting or hanging gat _ nents and out of drafw locations to prexent poor while using the appliance . Be careflfl when air citvulafion . reaching for items stored in cabinets over fire rang _ . Flammable material could be ignited ; ; i : , B : e sure all packaging materials are remoxed if brougttt in contact wifll flame or hot oxen flom the range before operaOng it to stlr'P , tces and may cause sexete 1 ) nrrls . prevent rite or smoke damage should tile packaging material ignite . ; _ ? D : ' : o not store flammable materials in an oven , a range smrag _ drawer ; a waHning _ ; i : B , : e sure your rang _ is correctly adjusted by drawer or near a cookmp . a qualified service technician or installer tbr the type of gas ( nautral or LP ) that is to be _ ; : Do not store or use combustible materials , used . Your range can be converted for use gasoline or oflter flammable vapors and with either type of gas . See the Installation liquids in rite vicinity of this or any oflter of the range section . appliance . _ ; : Do not let cooking gxease or other WARNING : teseadjnstmmenntsst flammable materials accunnflate in or be made by a qualified service technician in accordance Mth the manuflacmrer's near the rang _ . insmtcdons and all codes and requirements ; _ ) : D ' : o not use water on grease fires . Nexer pick of the authocitv havingjnrisdicfion . Failure up a flaming pan . Turn fire controls off : m follow these instructions could result in Smother a flaming pan on a surface burner set - ions ir _ juU or property damage . The by coxering the pan completely with a qualified ag > nQ ' perfot _ ning this work well - fitting lid , cookie sheet or fiat uay . assumes responsibility for the conversion . Use a multi - puq ) ose dr T chemical or ; _ ? A : , : fter prolong > d use of a range , high floor foam - type fire extinguisher temperautres m W result and many floor Flaming grease outside a pan can be put coxering _ will not wifl _ smnd this kind of use . ont by coxetJng it with baMng soda or ; Nexer install fl _ e rang > oxer viw1 file or if available , 1 ) y using a mnlti - pnrpose dry linoleun _ that cannot withstand such type chemical or foam - type fire exdnguishen of use . Nexer insta ] ] it directly oxer intelior Flame in the oven can be smothered kitchen carpeting . completely by closing the oxen door and _ ; : Do not leme children alone or unattended turning the control to off or by using a where a range is hot or in operation . They nnfld - pm ] ) ose d U chemical or foam - type could be seriously burned . fire exdnguishen _ ; : Do not allow anyone to climb , stand or hang ; _ ? i : , ' e : t the burner grates and other surfaces on the oven door ; storag _ drawer ; wamfing cool before ranching them or leaving fltem drawer or cooktop . They could damag _ the where children can teach them . rang _ and even tip it ove _ ; causing sexere persona ] irljnry ' . _ ; : Nexer block the xents ( air openings ) of the rang > . They provide the air inlet and outlet CAUTION : temosfinteretost that are necessa U for rite rang _ to operate children should not be stated in cabinets I ) roperly with cotTect combustion . ' Air aboxe a range or on the backsplash of a opening _ are located at the rear of flae range - - - < : hildten climbing on the rang > cooktop , at the top and bottom of the oven m reach items could be seliously injured . door ; and at the bottom of flae rang > under the kick panel or storag > drawer , & WARNING : NEVERthuisse _ ; : Large scrawhes or impacts to glass doors can appliance as a space heater to heat or lead to broken or shattered glass . warm the room . Doing so may result in carbon monoxide poisoning and oxerheating of the oven . 4
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g _ 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 . To avoid spillovers , 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 . Usepans with handles that can be easily grasped and remain cool _ t { A _ ; lways use tile LITE position when igniting _ fi : D , : o not flame foods on die cooktop . If you do flame foods nnder file hood , mm tile tim on . file top burners and make sure the burners hme ignited . Do not use a wok on the cooking surface ; _ i : N , : exer leave file sur / _ ace burners / mattended if tile wok has a round metal ring that is placed oxer the bunler gaam m support at high flame setfing : s . Boiloxers cause tile wok . This ring acts as a heat trap , smoking and greasy spilloxers that may catch on fire , which m W damage tile hnliler gram and 1 ) urner head . Also , it m W cause file burner q ] _ Adjust tile top burner flame size so it m work improped > This may cause a does not exmnd hevond tile edge of tile carl ) on monoxide lexel aboxe that cookware . Excessive flame is hazardous . allowed 1 ) ycunent standards , iesulting in a health hazard . _ i : , Ui se only d U pot holders - - moist or damp pot holders on hot snrfaces may result ill _ i : , F : oods for flying should be as d U as possible . bln _ ls from smam . Do not let pot holders Frost on frozen foods or moisulre on fresh come near open flames when lifting foods call cause hot / _ at to hubble up and cookware . Do not use a towel or other oxer tile sides of tile pan . 1 ) ulky cloth in place of a pot holden _ i : , N : exer tU m moxe a pan of hot / _ at , especially ; _ ? : _ ' : 4 ] mn using glass cookware , make sure it a deep fat flTer V ( ait until file fat is cool . is deogned for mI > of - range cooking . _ : _ Do not leaxe plastic imms oil tile cookmI > - - ; _ ; To minimize the possihility of hums , they may melt if left too close to tile xent . ignition of flammable materials and spillage , ulrn cookware handles toward tile side or _ ? { K : _ ee I ) all plastics away flom die sniPace bnrners . hack of file range without exmnding oxer adjacent humers . _ : To mold tile possibility of a burn , always be certain fllat the controls for all humers are _ { _ Careflllly watch fbods heing flied at a high at the OFF position and all grates are cool flame seuing . before attempting to remo \ e fllem . _ i _ Always heat tilt slowly , and watch as it heats . q _ { I _ f range is located near a windo _ , do not _ { _ Do , lot leme any imms on tile cooktop . Tile hang long curtains that could hlow oxer file hot air from tile xent m W ignim flammable surface burners and create a fire hazard . imms and will increase pressure in closed containers , which may cause fllem to hnrst . _ fi : I , f : you smell gas , ulrn off the gas to die range and call a qualified service technician . Ne _ er ; f ; If a comhinafion of oils or / _ ats will be used in use an open flame to locam a leak . flTing , sill together before heating or as fats melt slowly _ : ; Always tui _ l tile surface hurner controls off before removing cookware . q ? { U : _ se a deep fat thermomemr whenexer possihle to prexent oveflleafing / _ t heyond _ 7 { D _ o : not lift tile cooktop oil sealed burner the smoking point . models . I , ifting file cooktop call lead to damage and improper operation of ; _ i : U , : se file least possible amount of / _ at for tile range . effective shallow or deep - fat flTing . Filling tile pan too fllll of / _ at can cause spillovers when food is added .
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . COOKMEATANDPOULTRTYHOROUGHLY . . . Cook meat and poultry thoroughly - - meat to at least an INTERNAL temperature of 16001a : nd poultry to at least an INTERNAL temperature of 180 ° ECooking to these temperatures usually protects against foodbome illness . OVEN 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 . E : , _ Do not use dm oven for a storage area . E : , X : A ] len using cooking or roasting bags in the oxen , follow the manufacturer's directions . Imms stored in tile ox . en can ignim . _ i : ' K : ee I ) the oven free flom gTease buildup . E : , : Do not use your oxen to d U newspapers . If oxerheated , they can catch fire . E : , IPlace the ox . en sheh . es in the desired position while tile ox . en is cool . _ fi : U , ise only glass cool < ware fllat is recommended for use in gv _ sox . ens . E : , IPulling out file shelf m the stop - lock is a com . enience in lifting heaxy ' foods . It is also _ ? { A : _ lways remox . e the broiler pan flom rang . e a p _ . ecaufion agwinst bm _ s flom touching as soon as you finish broiling . Grease left in hot surfaces of die door or ox . en walls . The the pan can catch fire if ox . en is used without lowest position is not designed to slide . removing the grease flom the broiler pan . E : , IDo not heat unopened food containers . E : , IWhen broiling , if meat is too close to the Pressure could build up and the container flame , the fi _ t may ig _ im . Trim excess fi _ t to could burst , causing an i [ _ nl - y . prex . ent excessive flareqq ) s . E : , MI ake sm . e the broiler pan is in place WARNING : NEVERcover con . ecflv to i . educe the possibility of any slots , holes or passag . es in the oven gi . ease fires . bottom or cox . er an entire rack with _ { : I _ f you should hax . e a grease fii . e in the broiler materials such as alunlinum foil . Doing pan , much the CLEAR / OFFpad , and kee I ) so blocks air flow througtl the ox . en and die oven door closed to contain fire until m W cause carbon monoxide poisoning . it burns out , Alun / inum foil linings may also trap _ ? { F : o _ r safety and proper cooking perfommnce , heat , causing a fire hazard . always bake and broil with the oxen door closed . Do not use aluminum foil anywhere in the oxen except as described in this manual . Misuse could result in a fire hazard or damage to the range .
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ge . com SELF - CLEANINOGVEN E : , : Be sure to wipe off excess spillag _ be % re _ fi : I , f : tile self - < ' leaning mode n / alflmctions , self - cleaning operation . tnF / l tile oxen off and disconnect tile power supply . Haxe it serviced by a qualified _ : ; Before self - cleaning the o _ n , remo _ technician . tile shelx _ s , broiler pan , gTid and other cookware . E : , : Do not use oxen cleaners . No commercial oxen cleaner or oxen liner of aW kind E : , : Do not clean file door gasket . Tile door should be used in or around any part of gasket is essential for a g _ od seal . Care tile oxen . Residue flom oxen cleaners will should be taken not to rub , damag _ or damage the inside of tile oxen when tile mow tile g'asket . self - dean cycle is used . _ t { C _ lean only parts lismd in this Owner's Manual . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS
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Usingthegas surfaceburners . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model . Before Lighting a Gas Burner After Lighting a Gas Burner _ Ji : D : rip pans are supplied with your range ; : : Ji : D : o not operate tile burner for an they should be used at all times . extended period of time without cookware on tile grate . Tile finish on : : Ji : : Make StlI'e all btlFneIN are in place . the grate may chip without cookware to absorb tile heat . _ : Make sure all grates on the range are propeity placed betore using any burner Be sure tile burneis and grates are cool betore you place your hand , a pot holdeI ; cleaning cloths or other materials on them . How to Light a Gas Surface Burner Make sure all tile s / mfhce burneis are _ , _ ] / en one burner is turned to LITE , placed ill their respective positions . all tile burnei _ spark . Do not attempt to disassemble or clean around any burner Push the control knob ill and turn it while another burner is on . All electric to tile LITE position . shock may result , which could ca use you to knock over hot cookware . Ym will hear a little clicking noise - - the sound of the electric spark igniting tile burnei : Push flTecontrol knob in and turn it to flTeLITEposition . Turn the knob to a ( ! iust the flame size . If tile knob stays at LITE , it will continue to click . Sealed Gas Burners Medium Smal ! Tile mediun / ( left rear and , on some Ymr gas range cooktop has Ibm " sealed gas burnei _ . Thev offer convenience and models , left front ) and the laige ( right fl'ont and , on some models , left front ) flexibility to be used ill a wide range of cooking applications . btlFneI's are tile piimary burnei _ tin " most cooking . These generabpuq ) ose burnei _ Tile smallest burner ill tile right rear can be turned down flx ) m HIto LOto suit Medium Large position is tile simmer burnei : This burner a wide range ot cooking needs . can be turned down to a very low simmer NOTE : On some models , the burnersare all the setting . It provides predse cooking On some models perlimnance fin " delicate foods such as same sizeand power sauces or fi ) o ( ls that require low heat fin " Medium Smal ! a hmg cooking time . iI o I Large Large On some models How to Select Flame Size Forsafe handling of cookware , neverlet the flames Flames larger than tile bottom of tile cookware will not result ill thster heatim * extendup the sides of the cookware . of the cookware and could be haa _ rdous . Watch tile flame , not tile knob , as you reduce heat . \ . _ ] / en ti _ st heating is desired , the flame size on a gas burner should lllatch tile cookware veil _ lI'e rising .
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ge . com Top - of - Range Cookware Aluminum : Mediun / - weight cookware is Glass : There are two types of glass cookware - - those tor oven tlse only and recommended because it heats quickly and evenlv . Most toods brown evenly in an those for u _ i > of - range cooking ( saucepans , almninunl skillet . Use saucepans with tight - coffee and teapots ) . Glass conducts heat I veIw slowly fitting lids when cooking with mininnun } lIllO / lntN 0 ] [ wateI : Heatproof Glass Ceramic : Can be used fiw Cast - Iron : If heated slowly , most skillets will either surti _ ce or oven cooking . It conducts give satistactorv results . heat very slowly and cools vei _ slowly : Check cookware i / lant / lilcttlrer's directions to be Enamelware : Under some conditions , sure it can be used on gas ranges . tile enai / lel of soille cookw ; ire ill , iv i / / elt . _ ! ! ib _ i ; iii _ i : il Follow cookware illailtl ] [ ilcttii'eY's Stainless Steel : This metal alone has poor recommendations fin " cooking methods . heating properties and is usually combined ii _ iiiii _ iiii } ii ; i with coppei ; almninun / or other metals fin " improved heat distribution . ( _ ombination metal skillets usually work satisfi _ ctorilv if they are used with mediunl heat as the IIla ntllil ct tii'ei " recoII / IIlends , iii ! ii ¸ iiii _ i _ ii { ii Stove Top Grills ( onmodels with sealedburners ) Do not rise stove top gIills on your sealed gas burnei _ . If um use tile stove top gIi ] l oil the sealed gas burner , it will cause incomplete combustion and can result in expostire to carbon ii / onoxide levels above allowable current standards . Thhcanbehazardousto yourheaith . Wok This Way ( onmodelswith sealed burners ) Do not rise a flat - bottoilled wok Oil _ 1 Werecommendthatyouusea 14 " orsmaller flat - bottomedwok Makesurethewokbottom support ring . Pladng tile ring over tile sits flatonthegrate . Theyareavailableat your burner or grate may cause tile burner Usea flat - bottomed wok . localretailstore . to _ xn'k improperly , resulting in carbon 7 , monoxide levels above allowable standards . ( ) Ill ) a fiat - bottomed wok should be used . This could be dangerous to your health . g } In Case of Power Failure Surfi _ ce burneis in use when an electrical In case _ ff a power fifilure , you can light tile gas surfi _ ce burnei _ on wmr range with power fifilure occtu _ will continue to a match . Hold a lit match to tile burner , operate noii / lallv ; , then push in and turn tile control knob to tile LlTEposition . Use extreme caution when lighting burnei _ this way .
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Usingthe ovencontrols . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model . OVEN CONTROLS . - % ONTROLS OvenControl Clockand TimerFeaturesand Settings onsommoedelsJ KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFF o BAKE / TEMPRECALLPad 0 or TIMER ON / OFFPad Toucl / this pad to select the bake function . Touch this pad to select the timer feature . BAKE Light Then press the + and - pads to ac ! iust the [ qashes _ hile in edit n - lode - - } ou can change [ Jill el : tile oven temperature at this point . ( ; lo _ : s _ tlen the oven is in bake mode . TIMER Light [ qashes while in edit mode - - you can change O START / ON Pad the set time at this point . ( ilo _ : s _ hen the timer Must be touched to start an ) cooking or has been activated . Iqashes again _ hen the time cleaning function . has run out until tile control is reset . CLOCK Pad O Display Sl / o _ : s the tillle ol da } ; oven telllperattlre , 0 To set the clock , press this pad twice and then whether the oven is in the bake , broil or press the + and - pads . The time of day will self : cleaning mode and the times set for flash in the display when the oven is fi _ t the tiiller or atltoillatic ( ) veil operations . [ llYned on . The display will show PREwhile preheating . \ Allen the oven reaches the selected START TIME Pad ( on some models ) 0 temperature , the oven control will beep and Use along with the COOKING TIME or the display will sl / ow the oven temperature . SELFCLEAN pads to set the ( wen to start and stop automatically at a time vou set . If " f - and a numberor letter " flash in the displayand the oven controlm ) na & this indicatesa function error code . START TIME Light / f your oven was set for a t # nedoven operationand Flashes _ hile iI1 edit Illode - - yotl ( all change a power outageoccurred the clockand aftprogrammed the start time at this point . Glows when the functionsmust bereseL flmcfion has been activated , Thet # neof daywill flashinthedisplaywhentherehasbeen COOKING TIME Pad ( on some models ) 0 apoweroutageR . esetthedock . Tou ( b this pad and then touch the + or - If the functionerrorcodeappearsduringtheself - cleaning pads to set the alilOtlnt oJ [ time VO / i w ; Int VOtlr tood to cook . The oven will shut off when the cycle , checktheovendoorlatch . Thelatchhandlemayhave beenmovedevenif onlyslightly , fromthe / atchedposition . cooking tiIl / e has Tun o / it . Makesurethelatchis movedto thenghtasfaras it wi / / go . COOKINGTIME Light Touchthe CLEAR / OFpFad . Allow theoventocoolfor Flashes x _ ] lile ill edit Illode - - } ot ] ( all change onehourPuttheovenbackintooperationf , f thefunction the set time at this point . Glows when the errorcoderepeatsd , isconnectthepowerto therangeand flmction has been activated . Flashes again when ca / / forservice . the time has run out until the control is reset . 10
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_ e . conl 11 : 1 : : : ; ; : 111111 : 11 : OvenControl , Clockand TimerFeaturesand Settings _ onsmomo _ oo / sJ i _ ; ii [ [ : Jiiii [ iii o A UTOMATIC 0 VEN Light ( on some models ) CLEAR / OFFPad This lights anvtinle the oven has been Touch this pad to cancel ALL oxen operations progrannned using tile COOKINGTIMEor except tile clock and time _ ; START TIME fimcfions . BROIL HI / LO Pad OVEN LIGHT or - U _ Pad Touch this pad to select the broil fimcfion . Touch this pad to turn the o ' , en light on or off . BROIL Light - Pad Flashes while in edit nlodeY - - - ) rOtl c } tI ] switch Short taps to this pad will decrease the time fi'om / 41 to tO BROILat this point . Glows when i or temperatm'e b ) small amounts . Touch the o _ en is in broil mode , and hold the pad to decrease the time or Indicator Lights ( on some pads ) teilll ) ei'attli'e bv larger ai / / otlnts . EOlTmode lasts sexeral seconds after the last i + Pad t ) ad t ) ress . START TIMEON / OFFand COOKING Short taps to this pad will increase tile time TIMEON / OFF _ dll be the onl ) I ) ads lit if either or temperatm'e b ) small amounts . Touch of these options is selected . ( Fxample : START and hold the pad to increase the time or TIMEis selected _ ith BAKE the STARTTIME temperatm'e b ) larger amo / mts , t ) ad will remain lit until the clock reaches the SELFCLEAN Pad programmed time , at _ dfich point it will turn O off and the BAK _ TEMPRECALL pad light will Touch this pad to select tile selfk'leaning light _ , up ) , fimction . See tile Using the solf - cloaning ovon section . CLEANLight Flashes while in edit mo ( le - - _ ou can change the length of time ti ) r the selt : _ lean cycle at this ! point . ( ; lo _ s _ hen the oven is in the selfklean c } cle . Adier the seltklean cycle , the lig ] lt will ttli'i1 oiI _ Unlatch the door g _ _ Ov _ eTnemperatuKrenob _ o , _ o _ o _ / _ g The oven cycling light comes on during cooking . Turn the Oven Temp knob to the settim , you want . i I / /
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Usingthe oven . Toavoid possible bums , place the shelves in the desired position before you turn the oven on . Before you begin . . . Tile shelves have stoic - locks , so that when Toremove a shelf , pull it toward you , tilt tile I ) laced correctly on tile shelf supports ti'ont end up and pull it out . ( A through E ) , they will stop heft ) re TOreplace , l ) lace the end ot the shelf coming completely out , and will not tilt . ( stopqocks ) on the sui ) port , tilt up the \ , \ lien placing and removing cookware , front and push the shelf in . pull tile shelf out to tile bum l ) on tile NOTE : Theshelf is not designed to slide out at the shelf ' SUl ) po _ t . specb / 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 turkey . Oven Vent Y ( ) ur oven is vented through ducts at tile ; ; : J : _ Handlesofpotsandpansonthecooktopmay becomehot if left toodose to theven _ rear of the range . Do not block these ducts when cooking in the oven - - it is important : : JiD : : onot leave plastic or flammableitems on the that the flow of hot air fl'om the oven cooktop - - they maymelt or ignite if left too close and fl'esh air to tile oven burner be to the venL tminterrul ) ted . Avoid touching tile vent Plastic items on the cooktop may openings or nea _ q _ y sm _ hces ( hu'ing oven or _ Donot / eavec / osedconta / eersonthecooktop . melt if left too close to the venL broiler operation - - they may become hot . Thepressureinc / osedconta / eersmayincrease , Vent appearance and location var _ whichmaycausethemto burs _ _ ; Metalitemswi / / becomeveryhot if theyareleft onthecooktopa , ndcouldcauseburns . Power Outage If tile oven is in use when a power fifilure , & CAUTIOND : onotmakeany occ / li'S _ tile oven b / lI'neI " shtlts off and attempt to operate the electric ignition oven cannot be re - lit until power is restored . This duringan e / ectnca / power failure . is because tile flow ot gas is automatically stopped and will not resume when power Tile oven or broiler cannot be lit dtuing is restored until tile glow bar has reached a power fifilure . Gas will not flow unless operating temperature . the glow bar is hot . Oven Light ( onsomemodels ) Touch tile OVEN LIGHTor - _ pad on tile ul ) per control panel to turn tile light on of o JilL ' . Oven Light ( on some models ) Press tile OVENLIGHTpad oi , , tile lower control panel to turn the light on or off . 12
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go . corn Do not lock the oven door with the latch during baking or roasting . The latch is used for salt - cleaning only . How to Set the Oven for Baking or Roasting Youroven / s not des / ) ned for open - doorcookbg Type of Food Shelf Position NOTE ; OnmodelswithanOVENTEMPknob , turnit to Frozenpies ( oncookiesbeet ) BorC thedesiredtemperature . Angelfoodcake , B bundtorpoundcakes [ ] Touch the BAKE paci . Biscuitsm , uffins , brownies , C ] Touch the ÷ ( Tr - pads until theed . [ ] cookiesc , upcakes , desired temperature is displa } layercakes , pies [ ] Touch the STRRT / ON pad . Casseroles BorC Theoven has a special low shelf ( R ) Roasting RorA Tile oven will start automatically . The position just above the oven bottom . display will show PREwhile preheating . Useit when extra cookhTgspace is When tile oven reaches the selected needed , for example , when cooking a large turkey . The shelf is not temperature , the oven control will beep designed to sfide out at this position . sex eral times and tile display will show tile ( ) veil teI / lpeI'a ttlre , TochangeNe oven temperaturedurbg BAKEcycle , touch the BAKE pad and then the ÷ or - pads to get thenew temperature . V _ ] Cherk food fi ) r doneness at minimum time on recil _ e . Cook longer , if necessary . [ ] Toucll tile CLEAR / OFFpad _ dlen b'ddn , , is finished and then remove tile fi ) od fl'om the oven . Preheating and Pan Placement Preheat tile oven if tile ieripe calls fl ) r it . Baking results will be better if baldng palls are centered ii / tile ox ell ; is I / / [ / ch as To preheat , set tile o \ en at the correct teInperamre . Preheating is necessai - v fi ) r possible . Palls should not touch each other or tile _ : dls at tile oven . If you need to use good resldts when baldng cakes , coo ] des , pastry and breads . two shelves , stagger tile palls so one is not direct . Iv above tile I ) ther , and leave Forovensw / Nout a preheat / ndbator I / ) ht or tone . appro _ inately l J / _ , " between pans , Kern preheat 10rnbutes . the fl'ont , back and sides of tile wall . Aluminum Foil Never cover the oven bottom with _ Munlinuin fi ) il nlav also be used to catch aluminum foil . a spillovei : To do so , place a sInall sheet ot fl ) il Oil a h ) wer shelf several inches beh ) w You can use ahuninuni foil to line tile tile fi ) od . broiler pan and broiler gild . Howevei ; Never entirely cover a shelf with ahuninunl you Inust nIold tile fi ) il tightly to tile Cut slits in the foil just like the grid . fl ) il . This will disturb the heat circulation gIid and cut slits in it just like the grid . and result in poor baking . Oven Moisture _ s VOtlr ( ) Veil heats tip , tile telllperattlre change of the air in the ( ) veil nlay cause water droplets to fi ) im Oil the door glass . These droplets are haimless and will 13 e \ : q ) oi'ate as tile oven continues to heat up .
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Usingthe oven . Do not lock the oven door with the latch during broiling . The latch is used for self - cleaning only . How to Set the Ovenfor Broiling NOTE : Onmodels with an OVEN TEMP knob , turn it to [ ] Touch tile START / ON pad , BROIL . [ ] _ ' _ hen broiling is finished , touch tile Always use the broiler pan and grid [ ] Place tile meat or fish on tile broiler CLEAR / OFFpad , that came with your oven . It is grid in tile broiler pan , designed to mh # mize smokhTgand Serve tile fi _ od immediatel ) ; and leave tile spattering by trapphTgjuices h7the [ ] Follow suggested shelf positions in the pan outside tile oven to cool during tile shielded lower part of the pan . Broiling Guide . meal fi ) r easiest cleaning . [ ] Tile o _ en door must be closed during Use LO Broil t ( > cook fl > ( > ds such as poultt ) ' broiling or thick cuts of meat thoroughly without ( ) x'e _ - browning th era . [ ] Touch tile BROIL HI / LO I ; ad once fi ) r HI Broil . To change , to LOBroil , touch tile BROILHI / LO pad again . Broiling Guide Tile size , weight , thickness , Shelf * First Side Second Side Quantityand / slurring , temi ) eratm'e and Food orThickness Position Comments Time ( rain . ) Time ( min . ) yOtlI " I ) I'el [ eI'eIl ( e o ] ' aloneness Bacon 4 3 1 / 2 lb . Arrange in single layer . will afle ( t broiling times . ( about 8 thin slices ) This guide is based on meats GroundBeef 7 10 11b . ( 4 patties ) Space evenly . Up to 1 / 2 to 3 / 4 _ thick 8 patties take about at reflJgerator temperature . Well Done the same tiroe . tThe U . S . Department of Agriculture Beef Steaks says " Rare beef ispopular , but you Rare _ 1 " thick C 9 7 Steakslessthan 1 " thickcook should know that cooking it to only Medium 1 to 1 ½ 1bs . C 12 56 through before browning . 140 ° Fmeans some food poisonflTg Well Done C 13 89 Panfrying is recommended . organisms may survive . " ( Source : Slashfat . Safe Food Book YourKitchen Guide Raret C 10 6W 1 ½ " thick USDARev . June 1985 . ) Medium 2 to 21 / zIbs . C 12 15 10 12 Well Done C 25 16 18 Chicken 1 whole B 3045 15 _ 0 Brusheachsidewith melted butter . Broil skin - side - down 2 to 2 ½ Ibs . , first . split lengthwise 4 bone - inbreasts 25 30 10 15 LobsterTails 24 13 16 Do not Cutthrough backof shell . 6 to 8 oz . each Rim Spreadopen . Brushwith oveL melted butter before broiling and after half of broiling time . FishFillets 1 / 4 to I / 2 " thick Handleand turnvery carefully . Brushwith lemon butter beforeand during cooking , if desired . Preheat Theoven has 5 shelf positions . broilerto increasebrowning . HamSlices 1 " thick " ) recooked ) D 6 6 1 / 2 " thick D 10 8 Slashfat . 2 ( 1 / 2 " thick ) Pork Chops Well Done D 15 8 2 ( 1 " thick ) about 1 lb . LambChops Mediuro D 8 4W Slashfat . 2 ( 1 " thick / about 10 Well Done to 12 oz . D 10 10 Mediuro D 10 46 2 ( 1 ½ " thick ) about 1 lb . Well Done D 17 12 14 * See illustration for description of shelf positions . 14
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Usingthe clock and timer . ( onsommeodels ) ge . com Not all features are on all models . ToSet the Clock The clock must be set to tile correct time [ ] Touch the START / ONpad until the ot ( la _ fin " tire automatic oven timin _ time of day shows in the displa ) ; This enters the time and starts the clock , ihnctions to work properly : Tire time of day emmet be chanffed dufin _ a delayed Tocheckthetitheof daywhenthedisplayis cookin _ or a delayed selfk'leanin _ cycle . showingotherinformations , l _ nplytouchthe CLOCKpa _ Thetimeof dayshowsuntilanother [ ] Touch the CLOCKpad twice , padis touched ] Touch the 4 - or - pads . @ If tire 4 - or - pads are not touched within one minute atter you touch tire CLOCKpad , Make sure the clock / s set m me the display reverts to tire original setting . correct time of da _ / f this happens , touch the CLOCK pad twice and reenter the time of day . To Turn Off the Clock Display If you have several ( ' h ) ck _ in yore " kitchen , [ ] Touch the C { OCKpad twice to recall you may wish to mrn off the time of day the clock display . clock display on yore " range . [ ] Touch the CLOCKpad once to tm'n off the time of day display . Mthough you will not be able to see it , the clock maintains the correct time of dax : To Set the Timer The & nor does not contro / ovenoperations . [ ] Touch the START / ON pad . The time @ ° ! @ Themaximum setting on the timer is 9 hours will start counting down , although and 59 minutes . the display does not change m ] til one minute has passed . [ _ Touch the KITCHENTIMERON / OFFor TIMERON / OFFpa d . [ ] X , _ q _ enthe timer reaches : 00 , the control will beep 3 times followed bx [ ] Touch the 4 - or - pads until the one beep e \ ' e _ T 6 seconds tmtil the aiilotlnt of til / le VOtl want shows in KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFF or TIMER the display . The maximmn time that ON / OFFpad is touched . can be entered in minutes is 59 , Times more than 59 minutes should Thetimer is a minute timer onl _ be changed to horns and minutes . TheCLEAR / OFFpad does not affect If youmakeamistake , touchtheKITCHENTIMER flTetime _ ON / OFFor TIMERON / OFFpadandbeginagain . 15
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Usingthe clock and timer . ( onso emode / s Not all features are on all models . To Reset 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 , start time or cooking time are in tile KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFFor TIMER the display ) , recall the remaining time by ON / OFFpad , then touch tile + or - pads touching tile KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFF or until tile time you want appea _ in tile TIMER ON / OFFpad and then touching tile display : - k OI " - - pads to entei " tile Ilew tiIlle Vi ) tl want . To Cancel the Timer Touch tile KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFF or TIMER ON / OFFpad twice . End of Cycle Tones ( onsomemodels ) Clear tile tones by pressing tile pad of tile @ flmcfion wm are using . or @ or [ TIME Power Outage If a flashingtimeis in thedisplayy , ouhave To reset tile clock , touch tile CLOCKpad . experienceadpowerfailure . Resettheclock . Enter tile correct time ot day by touching tile + or - pads . Touch tile START / ONpad . 16
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Usingthe timed baking and masting features . ( onsommeodels ) ge . com Do not lock the oven door with the latch during timed cooking . The latch is used for self - cleaning only . NOTE . " Foods that spoil easily - - such as milk , eggs , fish , stuffings , poultry and pork - - should 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 Theoven wi / / turn on immediately and cookfor a [ ] Touch tile START / ON pad . selected / ength of tl _ ne . At the end of the cooking time , the oven wi / / turn offautomatlba / / y Tile displa } shows either tile oxen temperatm'e that you set or tile cooking [ ] Touch tile BAKE pad . time co / mtdown . ( Tile display starts with PREif showing tile oxen temperature . ) ] Touch tile + or - pads to set tile oven teI / / peI'att II'e . Tile o ; en will continue to cook fi > r tile ! iiiii _ idiiiiiiii programmed amo / mt of time , then turn [ ] Touch tile COOKINGTIME pad . off ' automaticallv . NOTE . " If your recipe requirespreheating youmay [ ] Touch tile CLEAR / OFFpad to clear need to add additiona / time to the length of the tile displa } if necessax _ ' . cooking time . Removethe food from the oven . Remember , even ] Touch the + or - pads to set the thoughthe oven shuts off automatically , foods baking time . continue cookingafter controls are off . Tile cooking time that you entered will be displayed . ( If you , select Cooking Time fi _ st and then a @ _ st tile Bake Temperatm'e , tile o ; en telnperature will be displayed instead ) . How to Set a Delayed Start and Automatic Stop NOTE : If wm would like to check tile times Theoven will turn on at the tl _ neof dayyouset , % cook for a specific length of time and then turn off you have set , touch tile START TIME pad to check tile start time you have set or touch automatically tile COOKING TIME pad to check tile length Make sure tile clock sho _ vs tile correct of cooking time you have set . time of day : When tile oven ttlrns on at tile time of day [ ] Touch tile BAKE pad . g you have set , the display will show PRE tmtil it reaches tile selected temperature , then it @ ] Touch tile + or - pads to set tile oven tellll ) ei ' ; ittli'e . will display tile oven temperature . g At tile end of cooking time , tile oven [ ] Touch tile COOKING TIME pad . will ttlrn off and tile end of cycle tone ] Touch tile + or - pads to set tile will so / Ind . desired length of cooking time . } [ ] Touch tile CLEAR / OFFpad to clear [ ] Touch tile START TIMEpad . tile displa ) if necessax _ ' . @ ] Touch tile + or - pads to set tile time Removethe food from the oven . Remember , even of da _ _ o / I tV } lIlt tile oxen to ttlI'n on thoughthe oven shuts off automatically , foods and st ; m cooking . continue cookingafter controlsare off . [ ] Touch tile START / ONpad . NOTE . A " nattentiontonewi / / soundif youareusing tithedbakinganddonot touchtheSTART / ONpad @ 17
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Special features ofyour ovencontrol ( onsommeodels ) 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 START / ON pad . The special features will remain in memory after a power failure . NOTE , " The Sabbath feature and the Thermostat Adjustment feature are also Special Features , but they are addressed separately in the following sections . 12 Hour Shut - Off Withthifseature , shouldyouforgetandleavethe [ ] Touch the CLOCK pad . The displa ) wille ovenon , thecontrolwill autornatlcallyturnoff the show 0 / V ( 12 horn " shut - off ) . Touch th ovenafter 12hoursduringbakingfunctionsorafter CLOCKpad repeatedl } tmfil the display 3 hoursduringa broilfunction . shows OFF ( no shut - off ) . If you wish to mrn OFF this teattlI'e , fi ) llow [ ] Touch the START / ON pad to activate the no shut - off and lea _ e the control the stops below . set in this special teatures mode . Touch the BAKE and BROILHI / LOpads at the same time tot 3 seconds tmtil @ [ ] the display sho _ : s SE 18
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" - ' - - usitnhge SabbathFeature . ( onsommeodels ) ( Designed for use on the Jewish Sabbath and Hofidays ) ge . com The Sabbath feature can be used for baking / roasting only . It cannot be used for 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 maybe removed . See the Oven Light Replacement section . Onmodels 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 NOTE : Tounderstand how the oven centre / works , [ ] Touch die START / ON pad . practice using regular baking ( non - Sabbath ) before entering Sabbathmode . f _ _ Mier a ran ( tom dela } period ot app ] oxilllately 30 se ( ollds to ] II / illllte , Make sure the clock shows the correct time of day D C will appear ill the display indicating and the oven is off that tile o _ m is baking / ro _ ksting . If D c doesn't appear in tile display , start ag'ain ] Touch and hold both the BAKE eand , at Step 4 . BROIL HI / LO pads , at the same tim until tilt ' display shows SF , To a ( ! iust tile oven temperature , touch tile BAKE1 ) ad and tap tile + or - pads to increase ] " [ _ t ] ) die CLOCK pad umil SAb or decrease tile tel / iperatlll'e ill 2 . ' _ ° incyel / / ents . appears in the dispkq Touch tile START / ONpad . ] " [ ' oudl die START / ON pad and D will NOTE : The CLEAR / OFFand COOKING TIME pads appem : in die display . are active ( truing tile SaM ) ath / ( ' ature . ] " [ ' oudl die BAKE pad . No signal will be _ ] ' _ en , ] " tile pFeset Stal'iillg [ el / / t ) el & ' ttttl ? e " _ & rJI ] auton / ati ( alh ' be set m 350 . ° " Pap die + or - pads to i ] lcre ; _ se oF decrease the temperature in 25 ° increments . The tempel _ mlre call be set between 170 ° and 5500 No signed or tempemtm : e will be g ] _ vn . When the display shows D thethe oven is set in Sabbath . When display shows D c the oven is baking / roasting . How to Set for Timed Baking / Roasting - - Immediate Start and Automatic Stop NOTE . " Tounderstand how the oven control works , ] " [ ] le preset stardng tenll ) emt / tre / dll practice using regular ( ha > Sabbath ) Immediate Start and amomad ( all } b ( sei t ( / 350 . ° Tap the + Automatic Stop before entedng the Sabbathmode , Of - - t ) _ t ( Is tO ill ( ' F ( _ tse OF ( lecl'eilse tilt ' tempeF , mn'e in 25 ° int remems . The Make sure the clock shows the correct time of day tenlpenm / re cml be set bet _ een 170 ' and the oven is off . @ and 550 . ' No sigllal or temperature will be gJ ' _ en . ] Touch and hold both dm BAKE ande , BROIL HI / LO i ) ads , at the same tim / i he ( sI 1 _ yrsBoIvs S _ , [ _ " [ budl die START / OpNad . @ ] Tap die CLOCK 1lad umil SAb ] \ tle £ a l _ tll ( ] OlIl delm period ot appears ill die ( ist ) _ ? api ) roxilnamly 50 se ( ends to 1 inim _ te , D c will appear in tile display indicating ] " lbuch die START / ON l / ad and D will that the o _ en is baking / roasting . IIm m appear in die ( lispla } . @ doesn't appear in tile displa } . , start aKain at Step 7 . [ _ ' lbu ( h die COOKINGTIMEpall . To a ( ! just tile oven temt ) erature , to / lch th ( ] Touch die ÷ or - pads Io sei die & sired lengdl of ( ooldng dnle 1 ) etweell I l / ill / life BagEpad and ta M ) tile 4 - or - i ) ads to increase and 9 hours and 59 minutes . The cooking or decr ( ase tile temperature in 25 ' increments . time dlat _ ou ( meted _ ill be displa } ed . Touch tile STaRT / ONpad . Wh ( n cooking is finished , tile displa } , will clla * _ g ( ] " lbuch die START / ON pad . fi : om D c to D , indicating that tile oxen has turned OFF b / lt is still set in Sabbath . Retool ( ] ' Ibu ( h die BAKEpad . No signal will be _ 4 _ n ( . tile cooked 1oo ( t . When the display shows D thethe oven is set in Sabbath . When display shows D c the oven is baking / roasting . 19
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" - ' - - usinthge SabbathFeature . ( onsommeodels ) ( Designed for use on the Jewish Sabbath and Holidays ) How to Exit the Sabbath Feature [ ] Tou ( h the CLEAR / OFFp _ d . ] " [ _ t _ the CLOCK pad mltil ONor OFF _ tt ) t ) ( ! _ tIN ill the dJst ) l _ ly . ON indi ( ates that the o _ ' n will automaticallx turn off a / ier ] dela } period at at ) proxinmtel _ 30 se ( onds 12 hem's . OFFindicates that the oven will to 1 minute , until onl ' _ D is in the display ' . not automatically turn olti See the Special Features section lot m _ explanation of the ] " [ buch and hold both the BAKE ande , 12 Hour Shut - Off / cattm ' . BROILH / / LOpads , at the same tim tmtil the displ _ ) ' S ] _ ( ) _ rs S _ ] Touch the START / ON pad . NOTE : If a power outage occurred while the oven was in Sabbath , the oven will automatically turnoff and stay off even when the power returns , Theovencoetro / must be reset . 20
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Adjusttheoventhermostat - - Doit yourse / f ! 9ecorn 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 . ff 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 . To Adjust the Thermostat ( on some models ) [ ] Touch the BAKE and BROIL HI / LO pads [ ] \ ' \ q ) en you ha ' _ e made the ac ! iustment , at the same time fiw 2 seconds until touch the START / ONpad to go back to tile display shows SE the time of clay display . Use _ mr o \ vn as you would naturally . [ ] Touch tile RAKE pad , A two digit / VOTE'T . hisadjustmenwt i / / notaffectthebroi / / ng number shows in the display . % orself - cleaningtemperaturesIt . will beretabed [ ] The oven temperature can be ac ! justed b memoryafterapowerfailore . up to ( + ) 35 ° F hotter or ( - ) 35 ° F coole _ ; Touch the 4 - pad to increase the temperature in 1 degree increments . Touch the - pad to decrease the temperature in 1 degree increments . @ To Adjust the Thermostat ( onmodels with an OVENTEMPKnob ) Pull the OVEN TEMP Rnob off the range Each click will change tile oven [ ] and look at the back side . temperature approximately 10 ° E To make an ac ! justment , loosen ( Range is plus or minus 60 ° F ti'om tile ( approximately one turn ) , but do not arro _ : ) We suggest that you make the conlpletely I'ell / ove _ tile two scI'ews oIx ac ! justment one click ti'om the original tile back of tile knob . setting and check oven pe _ timnance Front of OVENTEMPknob before making any additional ( knobappearance may vary ) With tile back of tile knob facing you , [ ] ac ! jusm _ ents . hold tile outer edge of tile knob with one hand and turn tile fl'ont of tile After the adjustment is made , retighten [ ] knob with tile other hand . scre _ : s so thev are snug , but be carelifl not to overtighten . Toincreasetile oven temperature , move the mp screw toward the right . Replace the knob , matching the flat [ ] Ym'll hear a click tor each notch you area of tile knob to tile shaft , and move tile knob . check perfimnance . Back of 0 VENTEMPknob Todecreasetile oven temperature , ( knob appearance may vary ) moxe tile top screw toward tile left . Thetype of margarine will affect baking performance ! 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 higherfat product . Recipe failure can result ff 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 " ii / ai'gaiJne " to COllt ; lin at least 80 % flit by weight . Ix ) w fht spreads , on tile other hand , contain less tat and more wamx : The high moisture content ( ff these spreads affects the texture and flavor of baked goods . For best results with vour old ti _ \ ' o _ im redpes , use mmgafine , butmr or stick spreads containing at least 21 70 % vegetable oil .
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Usingthe self - cleaning oven . Never force the latch handle . Forcing the handle will damage the door lock mechanism . The oven door must be closed and all controls set correctly for the cycle to work properly . Before a Clean Cycle For tile ti _ t selfklean cycle , we re ( onmlend Do not clean tile gasket . Tile fiberglass venting your kitchen with an open window material of the oven door gasket cmmot withstand abrasion . It is essential for the or using a ventilation tim or hood . gasket to remain intact . If you notice it Remove tile shelves , broiler pan , broiler becoming worn or fl'ayed , replace it . grid , all cookware and anv ahuninuin toil fl'om the oven . _ ] pe up any hear ) ' spillove _ on tile oven bottolll . Tile oxen shelxes can be self - cleaned , but they will darken , lose their luster Make sure tile oven light bull ) cover is in and become hard to slide . place and the oven light is off . Wipe up heavy soil on the oven bottom . Do not rise COillil / ei'cial ( ) veil cleanei _ oi " CAUTIONT : hgerateas . ddrippa . s oven protectors in or near tile self - cleaning ( if so equipped ) should never be cleaned in the oven . A coillbination ol anv ol these self - cleaning oven . products plus tile high clean cycle Do not use commercial oven cleaners or oven temperatures may damage tile porcelain finish of tile ( ) veil . protectors in or near the self - cleaning oven . A combination oI any of these products Soil on tile fl'ont fl'ame of tile range and plus the high clean cycle temperatm'es may outside the gasket on the door will need damage tile porcelain finish of tile oven . to be cleaned by hand . Clean these areas IMPORTANT ' . The health of some birds is with hot water ; soap - filled scom _ ing pads or cleansei _ such as Soft Scrub ? extremely sensitive to tile fllmes given off Rinse well with clean water and dry : dtwing the sel6cleaning cycle of any range . Move birds to another well ventilated room . How to Set the Oven for Cleaning ( on models with an OVENTEMPKnob ) Follow tile directions in tile Before a Clean V _ , _ dter a clean cycle tm'n tile OVEN lal TEMP knob to " OFFand slide tile latch Cycle secdon . handle to tile left as thr as it will go . [ ] i , atch tile dora : To cancel self clean cycle , tm'n OVEN TEMP knob to off and slide latch to left as tin " as [ ] Turn tile OVEN TEMP knob U ) CLEAN . it will go . XMfit tmtil self clean light stops TheCleantime is 4 hoursand 20 minutes . Theself blinking . Use oven as desired . dean hght wi / / come onand stay on until the serf cleancycle is complete . NOTE " Never torce the latch . If the oven Theovenshuts off automatica / / y when the dean is too hot , ) _ m will not be able to slide the cycle is complete . latch . _ Mlow the oven to cool . How to Set the Oven for Cleaning Follow tile directions in tile Before a Clean [ ] Touch tile START / ON pad . @ Cycle section . Tile self _ - lean cycle will automatically begin alter CLEAN is displayed and tile time [ ] I , atch tile dora : co / mtdown appea _ in tile display . NOTE " Never fin'ce tile latch . If tile oxen is While the oven is self cleaning , you can too hot , ) ou will not be able to slide tile touch tile CLOCKpad to display tile time latch . _ Mlow tile oxen to cool . of day . To return to tile clean countdown , [ ] Touch tile SELFCLEAN pad . touch tile SELFCLEANpad . @ Tile oven shuts off automatically when tile [ ] Touch tile + or - pads tmtil tile . desired Clean Time is displa ) ed clean cycle is complete , and 0 : 00 will flash TheCleanTimeis normally4 hoursand 20mlhutes . in tile display . Youcanchangethe Cleantime to any tlYnebetween 22 3 and 5 hours , dependlhgon the amount of soil ih [ ] Slide the latch handle to the left as tin " as it will go and open tile ( loox : your oven .
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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 ( onsomemodels ) Youcanset the ovencontrol to delay - start the oven , Changethe Start time by touchingthe + or - pads . Thestart t / me will appearin the display @ clean fore spedflc length of timeand then turn off automatically [ ] Touch tile START / ON pad . Make sure tile clock shows tile correct time Tile self : clean cycle will automatically begin of day . at tile time set . Follow tile directions in tile Before a Clean \ _ qfile tile oven is self : cleaning , you can Cycle section . touch the CLOCKpad to display the time of day . To return to tile clean co / mtdown , % [ ] I , atch tile door touch tile SELFCLEANpad . NOTE : Never force tile latch . If tile oven is The oven shuts off automatically when the too hot , you will not be able to slide tile clean cycle is complete , and 0 : 00 will flash latch . _ Mlow tile oven to cool . in tile displa > @ [ ] Touch tile SELFCLEANpad . [ ] Slide the latch handle to tile left as flu " as it will , g ° and oi ) en tile ( loo _ : ] Touch tile + or - pads to set tile Clean Time . TheClean time is preset for 4 hoursand 20 minutes . Youcanchange the CleanT / meto any time between 3 and 5 hours , dependingon theamount of softin your oven . If a different CleanTimeis desked , touch the + or - pads until thedesired CleanT / meis displayed [ ] Touch tile STARTTIMEpad . ToStop a Clean Cycle ( onsomemodels ) Touch tile CLEAP _ / OFFpad . Wait tmtil tile oven has cooled below tile locking temperature to unlatch tile door . You will not be able to open tile door fight away unless the oven has cooled below the locking temperature . After a Clean Cycle ( onsomemodels ) You caroler set tile ( ) _ en fi : , r cooking until iJi : Y : ou cannot set tile oven for cooking until tile ovell is COOl ello / loh _ k ) l " tile door to be tile oxen is cool enouoh fi ) r tile door mflatched , to mflock . You me } notice some white ash ill tile ( ) veil . : : JiX : : 4q / ile tile oven is selgcleaning , you can _ ipe it up with a damp ch ) th a4 , ter tile touch the CLOCKpad to display the time o ' , ell COOLS . ot day : To I'etllYil to tile clean COtlntdown _ touch tile COOKINGTIME pad . If white spots remain , remove them with a soap - _ : If the shelves become hard to slide , filled scouringpad and rinse thoroughly with a vinegarand water mMure . apply a small amotmt of vegetable oil or cooking oil to a paper rowel and wipe These deposits are usually a salt residue the edges ot the oven shelves with the that c ; mnot be removed by tile ( lean cycle . paper towel . If tile o \ en is not clean after one clean cycle , repeat tile cycle . 23
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Careand 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 . Standard Twin Burner Assemblies fonsomemodels ) To I'eIllOVe btli'ned - on fk ) od _ soak tile Forcleanlbg ibformation on sealed burners , surlilce burner in a solution of mild liquid seesection on nextpage . Sealedburnercooktops detergent and hot wateI : Soak tile sui'lilce do not lift up . burner for 20 to 30 Ininutes . For ll / Ol'e sttlbboFn stains , rise a cleanser Onmodels with standard twin burners , the cooktop like Soft Scrub _ " brand or Boil _ & ani : brand . rifts up for easyaccess . DripPan ( ifs0equipped ) Rinse well to remove anv traces of the Turn all controls OFF befilre removing cleanser that might clog the s / mfi _ ce burner burner parts and drip pans ( if so equipped ) . openings . Tile burlier grates and drip pans ( if so Do not use steel wool because it will clog Surfacbeurner equipped ) can be lifted off , making fl / em tile s / mfhce burner openings and scratch easy to clean . the s / mfhce burneis . If the holes 1 ) ecome CAUTION : Do not operate the cooktop without all burner parts , clogged , clean tlmm with a sewing needle Tile holes ill tile surti _ ce burneis of your drip pans ( if so equipped ) and or twist - tie . range nlust be kept clean at all times tot grates fi7place . proper ignition and an even , unhanq ) ered Before putting tile surfi _ ce burner back , f ] _ l Ill e . shake otlt excess water and then dry it thoroughly by setting it ill a _ mn oven You should clean tile surfilce burneis for 30 minutes . Then place it back ill the roufinel > especially after bad spillovei _ , range , making sure it is properly seated which could clog these holes . and level . Wipe off surfhce burnei _ . If hea \ _ v spillover Check tile flame pattern of each burner OCCtlI3 _ I'el / lOVe tile S / 1FJ [ ilce btlI'neI3 J [ i'Olll If the flames are ' iiumpy " ( not stead ) ) , tile range . Burnei3 lift out for cleaning , lift clean the holes again xdth a sewing needle up tile cooktop and then lift out tile suil'ilce or twist - tie . b / lI'neYs . Cleantheseholesthoroughlyon eachburner . Drip Pans ( ifsoequipped ) Place them ill a covered containei : Add Remoxe tile grates and lift out tile diip pans . Drip pans can be cleaned ill a 1 / 4 cup mnmonia and let soak several dishwasher or b * hand . hom _ or overnight . _ . V _ sh , rinse well and di _ ' : CAUTION : Do not clean the dr ) ) pans in a X ' _ hen replacing tile drip pans , make sure self - cleaningoven . thex are ill tile correct position . 24
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ge . com Sealed Burner Assemblies ( onsomemodels ) Gra [ e . Turn all controls OFF betore removing the burner parts and drip pans ( if so equipped ) . Eiectrode _ BurneCraD The burner grates , caps , burner heads and dcip pans ( if so equipped ) can be lifted oil making them easy to clean . Burnerheac The electrode of the spark igniter is exposed when the burner head is CAUTIOND : noootpetrhaete removed . _ ' \ ] _ en one burner is turned cooktop without all burnerparts , drippans ( if so t ( > LITE , all the burnel _ spark . Do not equipped ) andgrates lbplace . Dript _ anfif attempt to disassemble or clean NOTE " Do not rift thecooktop . Liftlbg the cooktop around any burner while another on sea / edbumer mode / scanleadto damageand burner is on . An electric shock may iknproperoperation of the range . result , which could cause you t ( > knock over hot cookware . _ lectrede - 25
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Care and cleaning of the range . Burner Caps and Heads Replacement NOTE : Before removing the burner caps Replace burner heads over the electrodes and heads , remember their sloe and location . on the cooktop , in the correct locations Replace them in the same location after according to their size . cleaning . On some models : Burner caps Mediumheau Smallheac alia cac ar ] cab I Jfl off when cool . _ \ ' ash burner caps in hot , soapy water and rinse with clean water You may scour with a plastic scorning pad to remove lnn'ned - on food particles . , Burner heads For proper ignition , make sure the small hole in the section that fits over the electrode is kept open . A sewing needle or wire twist - tie works well to tmclog it . rentof ange _ , Largeneao Largeneau Thesilts in the burnerheads must be keptclean anu cab are cat Usea sewing needle or twist - tie at aft times for an even , unhamperedflame . to unclog flTesmall hole in the burner head . Clogged or dirt ) ' bm'ner ports or electrodes On some models : _ dll not allow the bm'ner to operate i ) roperly , iVlediumhead Smalhl ead AIV spill on or arotmd an electrode must be carefifllv cleaned . Take care to not hit an electrode with an } _ hing hard or it could be damaged . . , Ybu should clean the burner caps and burner heads routinel > especially al * er bad spillove _ s , which could clog the openings in the bm'ner heads , i , ifl offwhen cool . To remove burned - on fl _ od , soak the ! ! ono ! ! ra , l e , bm'ner heads in a solution of mild liquid Mediumhead Largehead detergent and hot water fi ) r 20 - 30 minutes . and cap andcap For inore stubborn stains , use a toothbrush . Make sm'e the slot in the bm'ner head is After cleaning positioned over the electrode . Before putting the bm'ner caps and heads back , shake out excess water and then dry them thoroughly by setting in a wmm oven fi ) r 30 minutes . NOTE : Donotusesteelwoolorscouringpowders tocleantheburners . Replace the matching size caps onto the heads . Make sm'e that the heads and caps are replaced in the correct locations . NOTE : Onsome models , theburnersare a / / the same sloeand powe _ 26
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g _ com Burner Grates i , ifl out when cool . Grates should be To get rid of bm'ned - on toed , place the washed regularly and , of com _ e , alter grates in a covered containe _ : Add l / 4 cup ammonia and let them soak several hems spill _ x'e _ . X _ ' ash then / in hot , soapy water and rinse with clean water : When replacing or overnight . Wash , rinse well and d _ ' . tile grates , be sure tile } ' are positioned Ahhough they are din'able , tile grates securely over tile b / IFneI3 . will gradually lose their shine , regardless On models with protbssional - style double of tile best care you can give them . This is grates , tile grates are posidon - specific . For due to their continual exposm'e to high ma _ mum stability , these grates shoukl only temperatm'es , xam will notice this sooner be used in their proper position ; they with lighter color grates . cannot be interchanged lelt to right or NOTE : Donot cleanthegrates in a self - cleaningoven . fl'ont to back . For convenience , tile trade , sides of tile left and right grates are marked " I , EFT FRONT " and " RIGHT FRONT . " Do not operate a burner t0r an extended period of time without cookware on tile grate . Tile finish on tile grate may chip without cookware to absorb tile heat . Cooktop Surface To avoid damaging tile porcelain enamel NOTE : Do not store flammablematenals in surfi _ ce of tile cooktop and to prevent it an ovenor near the cooktop . Donot store or from becoming dull , clean up spills right usecombustl _ ) lematerials , gasoflheor other away D ) ods with a lot of acid ( tomatoes , flammable vaporsand liquids in the vicinity sauerkraut , fl'tfitjtfices , etc . ) or toods with of this or anyother appliance . high sugar content could cause a dtfll spot if all _ m'ed to set . NOTE . " Do not rift the cooktoponsealed burner When tile sm'fi _ ce has cooled , wash and models . Liftlbg the cooktopcanlead to damage rinse . For other spills such as lilt spatterings , and improper operation of the range . etc . , wash with soap and water once tile sm'fi _ ce has cooled . Then rinse and polish with a ( h _ ' cloth . Stainless Steel Surfaces ( onsomemodels ) Donotusea steel woolpad ; it will scratch To inquire about pmvhasing stainless steel the surface . appliance cleaner or polish , or to find tile location of a dealer nearest you , please call To clean tile stainless steel sm _ hce , ore " toll - fl'ee ntm _ ber : use warn / sudsy water or a stainless steel National Parts Center 800.828.2002 ( U . S . ) cleaner or polish . _ Mwa ) s wipe tile sm'li _ ce in tile direction of tile grain . Follow tile 888.261.3055 ( Canada ) cleaner instructions for cleaning tile ge . com ( U . S . ) stainless steel sm _ hce , www . GEAppliances . ca ( Canada ) 27
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Care and cleaning of the range . Lift - Off Oven Door Theoven dooris removable , but it is heavy Youmay iJGTile area outside tile gasket can be need help removingand replacing the door . cleaned with a soap - filled scom _ ing pad . Toclean the outside of the door : Toremove the door , open it a fbw hwhes to the special stop position that will hold the Use soap and water to thoroughly clean door open . Grasp firefly on each side and tile top , sides and ti'ont _ ff tile oven do ( m lift the door straight up and off the hinges . Pdnse well . Ym may also use a glass NOTE : Be careful not to place hands between the cleaner to clean the glass on the outside of tile do ( m hinge and the oven door frameas the hinge could snap backand pinch fingers . Spillage ot marinades , fl'uitjuices , tomato Lift thedoorstraightupandoff sauces and basting materials containing Toreplace the door , make sure tile hh _ ges thehfi ? ges . adds Illay Catlse discoloration and should are in tile special stop position . Position be wiped up immediately : _ ] / en tile the slots in the bottom of the door squarely surti _ ce is cool , clean and rinse . over the hinges . Then lower the door slowly and evenly over both hinges at the iJGDo not use oven cleanels , cleansing same dine . / t the hinges snap back against powdei _ or hm _ h abrasives on tile tile oven fl'ame , pull them back out . outside ot the door Toclean the inside of _ e door : Thegasket is designed with a gap iJGDo not allow excess water to i ' [ in into at the bottom to allow for proper any holes or slots in tile doo _ ; air circulation . Do not rub or clean the door gasket - - _ Because tile area inside tile gasket is it has at ? extremely low resistance cleaned during the self clean wcle , you to abrasion . do not need to clean this bv hand . Any If you notice the gasket becomfl ? g soap left on the liner causes additional won ? , frayed or damaged fl ? any way stains when the oven is heated . or if it has become displaced on the door , you should have it replaced . Oven Bottom Tile ( Well bottoll / has a l ) Oi'celain enalllel We don't recommend using ahmfinum fi ) il on tile oven bottom . It can affect air flow if finish . To make cleaning easiei ; promct the holes are blocked and it can concentrate tile oven bottom fl'om excessive spillo \ ' eI _ by pladng a cookie sheet on the shelf heat at the bottom ot the oven , resulting in below the shelf you are cooking on . This is poor baking perfimnance . particularly important when baking a fl'uit To clean up spillove _ s , use soap and watei ; pie or other fi ) ods with a high add content . an abrasive cleaner or soap - filled sco / wing Hot fl'uit fillings or other toods that are pad . Rinse well to remove any soap beflwe highly acidic ( such as tomatoes , sauerkraut , self : cleaning . and sa tlces with vinegar or lemon juice ) may Catlse pitting and damage to tile porcelain enamel surfilce and should be wiped up immediately . Broiler Pan and Grid Grid Alter broiling , relnove tile broiler pan fl'om Tile broiler pan and grid may be cleaned with a commercial oven cleane _ : tile oven . Remove tile grid fl'om tile pan . ( hrefldly l ) OtlI " Otlt grease fl'Oill tile pan Both tile broiler pan and grid can also be into a proi ) er containe _ : Wash and rinse cleaned in a dishwasher , tile 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 anywhere in the range . If fl ) od has bm'ned on , sprinkle tile grid Pall ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ 2 with detergent while hot and cover with A CAUTIOND : ono cleanthebroiler wet paper towels or a dishcloth . Soaking pan or grid lb a self - cleanlhgoven . tile pan will relnove burned - on fi ) o ( ls . 28
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ge . com Lift - Up Cooktop ( on models with standard twin burners ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clean the area under the cooktop often . Clean trader the cooktop Mth hot , soapy water and a clean chith . / Ivou removed Built - up soil , especiall _ grease may catch on ] ' iI'e , w ) ur sui _ ilce burnei _ while cleaning , make Stli'e thev are properly seated when To make cleaning easier ; the cooktop may repladng them . be lifted up . _ Mter cleaning , lower the cooktop ( be Some models have dual support NOTE . " Do not rift the cooktoponsea / edburner rods that will hold the cooktop up carefill not to pinch your fingeis ) . models . Lifting thecooktopcan lead to damage while you clean underneath it . and improperoperation of the range . Toraise the cooktop : [ ] Be sure the burneis are turned off . ] Remove the grates . [ ] ( ; rasp the two fl'ont burner wells and lift up . Removable Kick Panel ( onsomemodels ) The kick panel may be removed tot cleaning under the range . Toremove : I , ifl up the bottom of the panel slightly to disengage the panel from the tabs at the base of the range . Pull the bottom of the panel fl ) rward until the spring clips are released at the top ot the panel . Toreplace : Insert the two slots at the bottom of the panel onto the two tabs at the base of the range , and push the top of the panel forward to engage the spring clips . Removable Storage Drawer ( onsomemodels ) Thestoragedrawer / sagoodp / acetostore Toremove storage drawer : cookwareandbakewareD . onotstoreplast / 2s ] Pull drinker straight out until it stops . andflammablematena / ln thedrawer [ ] Tilt the fr ( mt ( If the drawer up and The storage drawer may be removed flee of the range . fl ) r cleaning under the range . Clean the storage drawer with a damp cloth or Toreplace storage drawer : The storage drawer may be removed for cleaning under the range . sponge . Ne \ er use halM _ abrasives or ] Set the stops ( m the back of the drawer scorning pads . oxer the stops in the range . [ ] Slide drinker evenl } and straight back , so that the rails in the ran , , e are engaged . 29
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Care and cleaning of the range . OvenAir Vents Never block tile vents ( air openings ) of tile _ dr openings are located at tile rear of range . Tile ) ' provide tile air inlet and outlet tile cooktop , at tile top and bottom of tile that are necessm w t0r tile range to operate oven dora ; and at tile bottom of tile range , proi ) erly with correct combustion . trader tile storage drawer or kick panel ( depending on the model ) . Ventappearance and location var _ / 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 after each use ol tile oven . Use a damp easier cleaning . cloth to clean or rinse . For cleaning , use Make sure tile knobs are in tile OFF mild soap and water or a 50 / 50 solution of positions and pull them straight off tile vinegar and water : For rinsing , rise clean Pull the knob straight off the stem . stems fin " cleaning . water : Polish city with a soft cloth . The knobs can be cleaned in a dishwasher Do not use abrasive cleansels , strong liquid or they may also be washed with soap and cleane _ , plastic scouring pads or oven water : Make sm'e tile insides ol tile knobs are cleane _ on tile control panel - - they will ( h y bet0re replacing . damage the finish , Replace tile knobs in tile OFFposition Do not bend knobs by pulling them up or to ensure proper placement . down or by hanging a towel or other such loads . This can damage the gas wflve shall Met ; fl pm * s can be cleaned with soap and Water Do not rise steel wool , abrasives , [ lll / IllOlli [ l _ acids or COll / IlleI'cial oven cleane _ . Dry with a soft cloth . 3O
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ge . com Oven Shelves Clean the shelves with an al ) rasive cleanser If the shelves ever become hard to slide , or scouring pad , _ Mter cleaning , rinse the wipe the shelf edges or oven shelf supports shelves with clean water and dry with a with vegetable oil . clean cloth . I NOTE . " Taketheshelvesout of the ovenbefore you begin theself - clean cycle or theymay discolor Oven Light Replacement ] Do not touch hot bulb with a wet _ ! ! ii : : , , _ i4ii _ i : il CAUTIONB : efroerpelaycoiunrg cloth , Replace bulb with a 40 - watt oven / / _ ? htbu / bd , isconnectthee / ectricap / owerto household appliance bulb . therangeat themainfuseorcircuitbreakerpanel . ii _ iiiii _ iiii } iiii Toreplace cover : Besuretolet the / / # htcoverandbulbcool , _ " _ > , , , , Hiiiiiii completely [ ] Place it into the grome ot the light Wire cover holder . receptacle . Pull the wire tin'ward to the The oven light 1 ) ulb is covered with a center of the cover until it snaps into removable glass cover that is held in place place . When in place , the wire holds with a bail - shaped wire . Remove the oven the cover firefly , Be certain the wire ( loo _ ; if desired , to reach cover easily ; iii ! iii ¸ iii _ i _ ii { ii is in the depression in the center of the covei : To remove : V _ Hold a hand under the ( ' o _ er so ] Connect electt { cal ) ower to the range it doesn't fifll when released . With finge _ s of the same hand , fiHnly push back the wire cover holder ; Lift off the covei ; Do not remove any screws to remove the cover . g } 3 /
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I Installation Instructions I Range I I ffyou have questions , call 1.800 . GE.CARESor , isit our _ : ebsite at : ge . com I In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts : FOR YOUR SAFETY • This product Inust be installed bv a licensed phunber Do not store or use combustible materials , gasoline or or gas fitter . other flmmnable vapors mid liquids in the vichfity of this * When using ball - tyI ) e gas shut - offvalves , they shall be or m _ y other appfimace . the T - handle type . " A flexible gas connect ( n ; when used , must not exceed If you smell gas : 3 tibet . Open windo _ vs . _ Don't touch electrical switches . Extinguish any open flame . BEFORE YOU BEGIN hnmediately call your gas suI _ plie _ : Read these h _ slructions completely and cm'efully . Installation of this rmlge must conform with local codes , or in the absence of local codes , with the National Fuel Gas Code , ANSI Z223 . 1 / NFPA . 54 , TOOLS YOU WILL NEED latest edition . In Cmlada , installation must conform with the current Natural Gas Installation Code , CAN / CGA - B149 . 1 or the current Propmle Installation Phillipsscrewdriver Code , CAN / CGA - B149 . 2 , and with local codes where applicable . This range has been design - certified by CSA International according to ANSI Z21 . 1 , latest Flat - bladescrewdriver Open - eendornch edition and Canadiml Gas Association according to adjustablewr CAN / CGA - I . 1 latest edition . As with any appliance using gas and generating heat , Pencilandruler _ _ there are certain safety precautions you should tollow . You will find these i ) recautions in the Important SafoW Information section in the front of this manual . ] lead Level them careflfllv . Pipewrenches ( 2 ) _ : : : _ : : : = : : : = : : : _ " ( onefor backup ) Drill , awl or nail • IMPORTANT - S , , ethe ien t , , cti , m tot local electrical inspector's use . • IMPORTANT - O , . . . e , l > l , . nin MATERIALS YOU MAY NEED codes and ordinances . • Gas line shut - otfvalve . • Note to Installer - Be sure to leave these instructions with the Consume _ : • Pipe joint sealant or Ui , - ai ) proved pipe thread tape with Teflon ' : : that resists action of natural and I , P gases . • Note to Consumer - Keep these instructions tor tim ] re reference . • Flexible metal appliance connector ( l / 2 " I . D . ) A 5 - toot length is recommended tot ease ot installation • Note - This appliance must be propedy grounded . but other lengths are acceptable . Never rise an old • Servicer - The electrical diagram is in an envelope connector when installing a new range , attached to the back of the range . • Flare union adapter tot connection to gas suI ) ply line • Skill level - Installation of this appliance requires basic ( 3 / 4 " or 1 / 2 " NPT x 1 / 9 " I . D . ) mechanical skills . • Flare union adapter for connection to pressure • Proper installation is the responsibility of the installe _ : regulator on range ( 1 / 2 " NPT x 1 / 2 " I . D . ) • Product tifilure due to improper installation is not • I , iquid leak detector or soapy water ; covered under the _ ' arranw . • I , ag bolt or l / 2 " O . D . sleeve anchor ( fi ) r concrete floo _ only ) . * ' Ibflon : Registered t _ - ademarkof DuPont PART INCLUDED 32 Anti - Tipbracketkit
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Installation instructions Avoid placing cabinets ab _ we the range . To reduce the - & WARNING ! hazard caused by reaching over the open flames of operating burnei _ , install a ventilation hood over tile iNSTALLATiON SAFETY range that pr % @ cts fi ) rward at least 5 " bex'ond the fl'ont of the cabinets . iNSTRUCTiONS The ventilating hood nmst be constructed { ff sheet metal not less than 0.0122 " thick . Inst ; dl above the Read these instructions completely and carefully . cooktop with a clearance of not less than 1 / 4 " between Improper installation , adjustment , aJterafion , service or the hood and the undelside ot the combustible maintenance can cause injury or property damage . Refer inaterial or metal cabinet . Tile hood nmst be at least as to this manual . For assistance or additional information , wide as the at ) pliance and centered over the appliance . consult a qualified instadler , service agency , manufacturer Clearance between tile cooking surfi _ ce and the ( dealer ) or the gas supplier . ventilation hood stwli _ ce MUST NEVFII BE LI _ NS Neve _ reuse okl tie . hie connectors . The use of old THAN 24 INCHILS . fle _ ble connectox _ can cause gas leal < _ ; rod person ; d FXCEPT1ON : Installation ot a listed microwave oven or il _ ) m'y . _ Mways use NEW flesble omnecto _ when cooking appliance over the cooktop shall confimn to the installing a gas appliance . installation instrtlcfions packed with that appliance . IMPORTANT - ] _ emove all pacldng • If cabinets are placed above the range , allow a matelial and literature flora ovell befbre connecting gas ininilmm / clearance of 30 " between the cooking and electrical supply to range . stwlhce and the bottoln of tmprotected cabinets . • If a 30 " clearance between cooking surfi _ ce and CAUTION - Do , otattempt to operate the overhead Colnbustible inaterial or inetal cabinets oven o _ this range dining a power iidlure ( Electric cannot be inaintained , protect the undelside ot the Ignition models only ) . cabinets above the cooktop with not less than 1 / 4 " • Have yore " range installed by a qualified installe _ : insulating nfillboard covered with sheet inetal not less than 0.0122 " thick . Clearance between the cooking [ ] Y ) tn " range must be electrically grotmded ill suYlace and promcted cabinets MUST NEVER BE accordance with local codes o _ ; in the absence of local LESS THAN 24 INCH _ ZS . codes , in accordance with the National Electrical Code ( ANSI / NFPA 70 , latest edition ) . In Canada , electrical • The \ ' ertical distance fl'Oln the plane of the cooking grounding must be in accordance with the cmTent stm'hce to the bottoln of ac ! jacent overhead cabinets CSA C22 . 1 Canadian Electrical Code Part I and / or extending closer than 1 " to the plane ot the range local codes . See £ 1octricalConnoctionsin this section . sides inust not be less than 18 " . ( See the Dimonsions and Cloarancos illustration ill this section . ) • Befiwe installing your range on linoleum or any other synthetic floor covering , make sure tile floor cox ering • CAUTION - IteIns of interest to children can withstand 180 ° F without shrinldng , waq ) ing or should not be stored ill cabinets ab _ we a range or on discoloring . Do not install the nmge over ca * peting the backsplash of a range _ children clilnbing on the unless a sheet of 1 / 4 " thick plywood or similar range to reach items could be seriously ii _ jm'ed . insulator is placed between the range and caq ) eting . • Make sm'e the wall co \ wings arotmd the range can withstand heat generated by the range up to 200 ° E 33
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Installation instructions DiMENSiONS AND CLEARANCES Provide adequate clea _ raJaces between the raJage 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 raJage may be placed with 0 " dea _ raJace ( flush ) at the back waJ1 . 1 I I Minimum to cabinets on for cabinets either side above Maximum pdepths of the range counterto 30 " _ . . 1 " To wall on either side , A3M0i " nimum standard burner models 2 " To wall on either side , sealed burner models To cabinets below cooktop and atthe range back Depth with door closed ( includes door handle ) 3O " " " _ I _ 28 " to 281 / 4 " R I _ dV " " " , _ " t , _ Depth varies depending on model . See specifications sheet for your model . Height 47 % " 36V4 " _ + 1 / 4 " 34
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Installation instructions LOCATION - & WARNING ! Do not locate the range where it may be subject to strong ANTI - TIP DEVICE drafts . Any openings in the floor or wall behind the rmlge should be sealed . Make sure the openings around the All ranges can tip and injury could result . base of the rm _ ge that supply fresh air for combustion To prevent accidentM tipping of the range , mad ventilation axe not obs _ ' ucted by cm'peting or @ attach an approved Anti - Tip device to the woodwork . wall . ( See Installing the Anti - _ p Device in this Ymr range , like many other household itelns , is hea \ T section . ) To check if the device is installed and can settle into soft floor coverings such as cushioned and engaged properly , carefully tip the range ® vinyl ( 5I " call ) efilxg . Use care when moving the range forwaxd . The Anti - Tip device should engage on this Q'pe ( 51flOOlJng . It is recolmnelxded that the aa _ d prevent the range from tipping over . following siml ) le and inexpensive ilxstrucfions be If you pull the range out from the wall for followed to protect your flOOl : any reason , make sure the Anti - Tip device The range should be installed on a sheet of plywood is engaged when you push the range bacl _ ( or silnilar inaterial ) . V _ ] _ en the floor covering ends at agMnst the wall . the fl'ont ( ff the range , the area that the range will rest [ ] For your satiety , never use yore " range lk ) r warming on sh ( suld be built up with plywood t ( 5 the same level or or heating the room . Your oven and cooktop are higher than the floor c ( svering . not designed to heat yore " kitchen . Top bm'ners This will allow the range to be moved fi ) r cleaning should not be operated without cookware on the or seI _ ' icing . _ Mso , inake sure your floor covering will grate . Such abuse could resuh in fire and damage withstand I80 ° F . ( See the InstallationSafety Instructions to your range and will void yore " warranty . secfiOlX . ) [ ] Do not store or use combustible materials , Make sure the wall coverings ar ( ) und your range can gasoline or other flammable _ ; q ) ors and liquids withstand the heat generated ( up to 200 ° F ) by the range . in the vicinity of this or any other appliance . ( See the Installation Safoty Instructions section . ) Explosions 05 " fires could result . [ ] Do not use oven fi > r a storage area . Items stored in the oven can ignite . IMPORTANT ! [ ] Do not let cooking grease or other flammable materials accmnulate in or near the range . Remove all tape and packaging . Make sure the burners are properly seated and level . Lift up the cooktop ( on models with staa _ daxd twin burners ) and remove any packing material under it . Take the accessory pack out of the oven mid / or drawer . Check to be sure that no rm _ ge parts have come loose during shipping . 35
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Installation instructions [ ] PROVIDE ADEQUATE [ ] CONNECT THE RANGE TO GAS GAS SUPPLY Shut off the matin gas supply valve before disconnecting the old range and leave it off until the new hookup has Your range is designed to operate at a pressure of 4 " of been completed . Don't forget to relight the pilot on other water column on natural gas or , if designed for LP gas gas appliances when you turn the gas back on . ( propane or butane ) , 10 " of water column . Because hard piping restricts movement of tile range , Make sure you are supplying your range with tile type tile use ( ff a CSA ] nternational - celqfified flexible metal of gas fl _ whidl it is designed . appliance connector is recommended unless local codes This range is convertible fiw use on natmal or require a hard - piped connection . propane gas . If you deride to use this range on LP gas , Never use all oM comlector when installing a new range . convex _ ion must be made bv a qualified LP installer If tile hard piping method is used , you must careflflly beflwe attempting to operate tile range on that gas . align tile pipe ; the range cannot be moved alter tile connection is made . Fox " proper operation , tile pressure ot natural gas supplied to tile regulator must be between 4 " and 13 " To pre ' , ent gas leaks , put pipe joint compotmd on , or o _ W _ ffer cohlI / / n , wrap pipe thread rope with Teflon * around , all male ( external ) pipe threads . For I , P gas , tile pressure supplied must be between 10 " and 13 " of water column . A . Install a manual gas line shut - off _ ; dve ill tile gas lille ill an easily accessed location ( _ utside of the range . Make When checking flw proper operation of tile regulato * ; sure everyone operating tile range kno _ vs where and tile inlet pressure must be at least 1 " greater than tile how to shut off the gas supply to tile range . operating ( inanilold ) pressure as given above . B . Install male 1 / 2 " flare union adapter to tile 1 / 2 " NPT Tile pressme regulator located at tile inlet of tile range internal thread at inlet of regulatol : Llse a backup manilbld must remain ill tile supply line regardless ot wrench on tile regulator fitting to avoid damage . whether natural or I , P gas is being used . When installing the range ti'om the ti'ont , remove the A fle _ ble metal appliance connector used to connect tile 90 ° elbow ti ) r easier installation . range to tile gas supply lille shoukl have an I . D . of 1 / 2 " and be 5 _ bet in length fi ) r ease of installation . In Canada , C . Install male 1 / 2 " or 3 / 4 " flare ration adapter to tile fle _ ble connector3 I ] _ l { lstbe single wall metal connecto , 3 NPT internal thread of the manual shut - off \ ulve , no hmger than 6 feet in length . taking care to back - up tile shut - off \ ulve to kee I ) it fl'om mrning . D . Connect flexible metal appliance connector to the adapter on tile range . Position range to pemlit connection at tile shut - off wdve . E . X . _ q / en all connections have been made , make sm'e all range controls are in the off position and turn on the main gas supply \ ulve . Use a liquid leak detector at all joints and connections to check fi ) r leaks in tile system . WARNING : DO NOT USE A FLAME TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS . When using test pressm'es greater than 1 / 2 psig to pressm'e test tile gas supply system of tile resMence , disconnect tile range and individual shut - off valve from tile gas supply piping . When using test pressm'es of 1 / 2 psig or less to test the gas supply system , simply isolate the range fl'om the gas supply system by closing the individual shut - off wflve . * Teflon : Regist _ red trademark of DuPont 36
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Installation instructions GAS PiPE AND ELECTRICAL OUTLET LOCATIONS ( for models with SeaJed Burners ) This area allows for flush range installation with through - the - wall connection of pipe stub / shut - off . valve and rear wall 120Voutlet \ Shortest connection from hard pipe stub location to range hookup . This area allows for flush range installation with through - the - floorconnection of pipe stub / shut - off valve . GAS PIPE AND ELECTRICAL OUTLET LOCATIONS ( for models with Standard Twin Burners ) J connection from hard This area allows for flush range 30 " pipe stub location to range installation with through - the - wall hookup . connection of pipe stub / shut - off valve and rear wall 120Voutlet . This area allows for flush range installation with through - the - floorconnection of pipe stub / shut - off valve . 37
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Installation instructions FLEXIBLE CONNECTOR HOOKUP { formodelsequippedwith Sealed Burners ) Pressure regulator Adapter Flex connector ( 6ft . max . ) [ - _ Adapter Installer : Informthe Gas 1 / 2 " or3 / 4 " _ - _ shut - off consumerofthe Gaspipe _ I _ - valve location ofthe gas shut - offva ve . RiGiD PiPE HOOKUP OPTIONS ( for models equipped with Sealed Burners ) Alternate Hookup _ 1 _ ( _ . A _ dicajpter 45 ° Elbow 90 ° Elbow _ 90 ° Elbow _ ' _ 4 ; 2 ] _ _ _ _ , - - - 90 ° Elbow II " _ 4 / Nipple Nipple " - _ ' - I I ; _ " Q • , I I I _ 1 UlCKconnect f _ . / oru . ion r , _ I _ _ : , , . Pressure has x - _ - - I _ t _ N = pple , shut - off _ [ ' _ J k . _ / 90 ' regu , ator regulator va , ve . / E , hoXw . _ _ . . . . Nipple 1 / g ' or 3 / 4 " / 90 ° Elbow " _ ' _ , _ / - _ Installer : Inform the I _ Gas Gaspipe Adapter . . . - lf - " _ location of the gas 1 [ _ H valve consumer of the I I [ _ shut - off q , lF _ shut - off va ve . Installer : Inform the I b21 _ B - - - - 1 / 2 " or 3 / 4 " Gaspipe consumer of the locution I of the gas shut - off va re . 38
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Installation instructions FLEXIBLE CONNECTOR HOOKUP { formodelsequippedwith Standard Twin Burners ) c ; tLO0 ; av1s , , v , eeAdap0 , er 1 / 2 " or3 / 4 " Gaspipe " _ ' _ - _ Gasshut - offvalve RiGiD PiPE HOOKUP ( formodels equipped with Standard Twin Burners ) Pressureregulator Manifoldpipe _ ? _ . _ - , , _ . _ 90 ° Elbow Nipple Union _ Blackironpipe _ Union Installer : Informthe consumerofthe location ofthe gas _ Nipple shut - offva ve . Lhit " - Gsa , s , t , t - e _ va , ve 1 / 2 " or3 / 4 " Gaspipe " _ " - _ j 39
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Installation instructions [ ] ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS [ ] ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ( CONT . ) Electrical Requirements A . Usage Situations where Applimlce Power Cord will be Discommcted Infrequently , 120wolt , 60 Helqtz , properly grounded branch drcuit protected by a 15 - amp or 20 - amp circuit breaker or time An adapter Inav be used only on a 15 - amp circuit . Do not del W fl / se . use an adapter on a 20 - amp drcuit . _ 4qmi ' e local codes pemfit , a TEMPORARY CONNECTION Inav be inade Extension Cord Cautions to a properly grotmded two - prong wall receptacle by the Because of potential safbtv hazaids assodated with cel _ ain rise ofa UiAismd adaptei ; a \ _ filable at inost hardware conditions , we strongly recommend against tile use of stores . The lalger slot in the adapter Inust be aligned an extension cord . Howevex ; if you still elect to use an with the larger slot in the wall receptacle to provide extension cox < l , it is absolutely necessary that it be a proper polafi V in the COlmection of the power cord . UIAisted , 3 - wire grotmding - type appliance extension cmd and that tile current carrying rating ( ff tile cord in Temporary Method amperes be equivalent to , or greater than , tile branch ( Adapterplugsnotpermittedin Canada ) drcuit rating . Align large prongs / slots Grounding IMPORTANT _ ( Please read carefully ) FOR PERSONAL SAFETY , THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED . Ensure proper ground and firm connection before use Preferred Method CAUTION : Atta , hi . tgheadapter ground tennilml to the wall receptacle cover screw does not E _ lsureproperground existsbeforeuse gmtmd the appliance Ulfless the cover screw is inetal , and not insulated , and the wall receptacle is grounded through the house wiring . The custolner should have Tile power cord of this appliance is equipped with a the circuit checked by a qualified electrician to Inake 3 - prong ( gIotmding ) plug which mates with a standard sure the receptacle is properly groul _ ded . three - prong grotmding wall receptacle to mininfize the possibility ot electric shock ha / ard fl'om this appliance . X , _ q _ en disconnecting the power cord fl'om the adapte _ ; The customer should have the wall receptacle and drcuit always hold the adapter with one hand . If this is not checked by a qualified electridan to make sure the done , the adapter ground tennilml is very likely to break receptacle is properly grotmded . with repeated use . Should this happen , DO NOT USE Where a standard two - prong wall receptacle is the appliance tmtil a proper grotmd has again been encountered , it is the pel _ onal responsibility and established . obligation of the customer to have it replaced with a properly grotmded three - prong wall receptacle . DO NOT , UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES , CUT OR RFMOVE THE THIRD ( GROUND } PRONG FROM THE POWER CORD . A word about GFCI's - GFCI's are not required or recommended for gas raaage receptacles , Grotmd Emit Circuit ] nterluptel _ ( GF ( ] ' s ) are devices that sense leakage cff cmTent in a circuit and automatically switch off power when a threshold leakage le \ vl is detected . These devices must be manually reset by tile consumel ; The National Electrical Code requires the use oI GFCI's in ldtchen receptacles installed to serve countellop suYIi _ ces . Pe _ fimnance of the range will not be aflbcted iI operated on a GFCl - protected circuit but occasional nuisance tripping of the GFCI breaker is possible . 4O
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Installation instructions [ ] ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ( CONT . ) [ ] CHECK IGNITION OF SURFACE BURNERS B . Usage Situations where Appliance Power Cord will be Disconnected Frequently . Operation of all cooktop and oxen burners should be checked aftei the i ange and g _ s supp b lines hme been Do not use : m adapter plug in these situations because carefidh checked fbr leaks . disconnecting of the power cold places undue strain on the adapter and leads to e \ vnmal fifilure ( ff the adapter 1 ? 3ectric Ignition Models ground terminal . The customer should have the 2 - prong Select a top burne * knob and sinmlmneous b push in and wall receptacle replaced with a three - prong ( grounding ) turn to LITE position . 5bu will hear a clicking sound receptacle by a qualified electridan befbre using the indicating proper operation of the spark module . Once the appliance . air has been purged fl'om the suppl } lines , burners should light wflhin 4 seconds . After burner lights , romm knob ( ) tit of The installation ( ff appliances designed for mobile home installation must confln'm with the Manufitctm'ed the LITE position . Tr _ each burner in succession until all burners hme been checked . Home Construction and Safety Standard , Tide 24 CFR , Pai _ 3280 ( flmnerly the Federal Standard tor Mobile Quality of Flames Home Construction and Saiety , Title 24 , HLID , Part 280 ) The combustion qua ] d } of burner drones needs to be oi ; when such standard is not applicable , the Standard determined _ isuNh . fbr Manufitctured Home lustallafious , latest edition ( Manuflicmred Home Sites , Commmfities and Set - Lips ) , ( A ) Yellow flames - - ANSI A225 . 1 , latest edition , or with local codes . In Call for service Canada , mobile home iusmllafion lnUSt be in accordance with the current CAN / CSA Z240 / MH Mobile Home lustallation Code . ( B ) Yellow tips on outer cones - - Electric Disconnect Normal for LP gas [ ] Locate disomnect plug on tile range back . [ ] Pinch sides ot com , ector and pull out of range back . ( 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 . Widl LP gas , some yelh ) w tipping on outer cones is normal . [ ] CHECK IGNITION OF OVEN BURNER The oxen is desig _ led to ot ) eram quietl } and m _ tomafically . [ ] SEAL THE OPENINGS To ot ) erate the oxen , press the BAI _ pad ml ( t then press the number pads until 350 ° at ) t ) ea _ in the display . Touch the Seal any openings in the wall behind the range and in START / ON t ) ad . After 30 - 90 seconds , the oven burner will the floor under the range when hookups are completed . ig _ fim and burn until the set mmpelature is reached . The oxen bm'ner will continue to cycle on and off as necessary to maintain the oxen at the mml ) emture indicamd b ) the displa ) To check ig _ fition of tile broil burnei ; touch tl _ e BROIL HI / tO pad and then the START / ON pad . After 30 - 90 seconds , the broil burner will ig _ fim . Electric ignition models require electrical power to ot ) eram . In c _ tse of a p ( _ wer oumge , the oxen burne _ on these models cmmot be lit mammlh with a match . Gas will not f ] ( ) _ aunless the g ] o _ bin " is hot . If the oxen is in use > , hen a power oumge occm % the btlrner will shut off and camlot be re - lit tmfil power is restored . 41
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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 . Oven bottom , To remove the oven bottom : A . Remo \ e the knuHed screws holding down rear of the o \ Pn bottom . B . Grasp the oven bottom at finger slots ( m each side . The air a ( ! justment shutter fbr the top ( broil ) burner is in the center of the rear _ all of the oven . C . I , iit the rear sff the oven bottom enough to clear the lip of the range iiume , push it back , and then pull it up and out . adjustment shutter [ ] LEVELING THE RANGE A . Install the ( wen shelves in the oven and position the range where it will be installed . Raise The shutter for the bottom ( oven ) btlrner is near the back x _ z ( llbehind the stsmtge d * : mer or kick panel . Remove the i _ l _ range eLower Lower rang dr ; m _ r or panel . . % e the Care and cleaning of the range section . _ range Leg _ To adjust the flow of air to either burner , loosen the leveler _ " _ P _ ps head screw and rotate the shutter toward open Raise _ P " _ or dosed position as needed , range _ ( on some models ) ( on some models ) B . Check fiw le \ vlness by placing a spirit level or a cup , partially filled with watel ; on one of the o \ en shel _ es . The flames for the top ( broil ) burner should be stead ) If using a spirit level , take two readings - - with tile le \ el with approxiFnatel } l " blue cones and should not extend placed diag ( mally first in one direction and then out oxer the edges of the bsu'ner baflle . the othe _ : C . Remox e the storage drawer or kick panel . See the Care and cleaning of the range secti ( m . The fi ' ( mt leveling legs can be ac ! iusted fiom the bottom and the rear legs can be ac ! iusted ii'om the top or the bottom . D . Use an open - end or ac ! } usmble wrench to a ( ! iust the le \ vling legs until the range is level . To determine if the bottom burner flames are burning E . _ Mter the range is le \ vl , slide the range away ti'om the properly , iemove the oven bottom . Flames should have wall so that the Anti - Tip device can be installed . appro _ mately 1 " blue cones and , if range Is supplied with natural gas , should burn with no yellow tipping . ( With most LP gas , small yellow tips at the end of outer cones are normal . ) Names should not lift off burner po * ls . If lifting is observed , gradually redure air shutter opening until flames are stabilized . 42
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Installation instructions [ ] iNSTALLiNG THE ANTI - TIP [ ] INSTALLING THE ANTI - TIP DEVICE DEVICE ( CONT . ) Wallboard Back of range A WARNING ! • Range _ must be secured with an approxed Anti - Tip device . • Unless properly installed , the range could be tipped Wood screw bx _ ou or a child standing , sittino or leaning on an open dooi ; • Mter instnlling the Mlt . i - Ti I ) device , xerif _ , that it is in place b ) careflflly attempting to tilt fl _ e range fiwward . Install the sleeve anchor into the drilled hole and then install the lag bolt through the device . Tile bolts must be • This range has been designed to meet all recognized properly tightened as recommended tor the hardware . industry tip stnndards fi _ r all nmmal conditions . E . Slide the range against the wall , and check tbr proper • The use of this device does not prechMe tili ) ) in , , _ of installation by grasping the fi'ont edge of tile cool < top the range when not properly installed . and carehflly attempting to tilt the nmge fiwward . • If the Anti - Tip dexice stq _ plied with the range does not fit this application , use the tmixe _ sal Anti - Tip device _ B2X7909 . WHEN ALL HOOKUPS ARE A , Mark the wall where the RIGHT EDGE _ ff the range COMPLETED is to be located . Be sine to allow for the counte _ o 1 ) overhang if you intend to install the range next to Make sure all controls are left in the off position . Make cabinets , sure the flow of combustion and ventilation air to the range is unobstructed . SIo _ ed head screw Approx . 28 CONVERTING TO LP GAS ( or converting back to natural gas from LP ) Marked edge of range This rmlge leaves the factory set for use with natural gas . If you want to convert to LP gas , the conversion must be B . Locate the outside edge of the device 9 ¼ " toward performed by a qualified LP gas installer . the center of the range fl'om the marked edge of The conversion instructions and I , P OlJfices can be fimnd the range . attached to the range next to the pressm'e regulator : C . Llsing the device as a template , mark the position of Kee I ) these instructions and the orifices in case wm want the hole fbr the screw . to convert back to natm'al gas . D . For x _ ood construction , drill a pilot hole at , an , ' m , , le of 20 degrees from the horizontal . A nail or awl max be used if a drill is not available . Motmt the Anti - Tip device Mth the screw pr ( Mded . For cement or concrete construction , you will need a 1 / 4 " x 1 ½ " lag bolt and a 1 / 2 " O . D . sleeve anchol ; which are not provided . Drill the recommended size hole % r the hardware . 43
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Before you call forservice . . . 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 inserted in the electrical outlet . or do not bum evenly grounded buffet . Burner hole or slits on the side • ] _ . elnove tile burnei _ ( on models with standard twin of the burner may be clogged . bm'nei _ ) or bm'ner heads and caps ( on models with sealed bm'ne _ ) and clean them with a sewing needle or twist - fie . Make sure you do not enlarge tile holes . On sealed burner models , check and clean tile electrode area for b / u'ned - on t0od or grease . hnproper bun _ er assembly . • Make sure the burner parts m'e installed correctk . See the Care and cleaning of the range section . Burner flames very hnproper air to gas ratio . • If range is connected to 12 gas , cm ] tnct the person large oryellow who installed your range or made the couve _ iou . Surface burners light The oven gas shut - off valve • To check tile oven gas shut - off valve on sealed burner but oven does not may have accidentally been models , remove tile storage drawer or kick panel ( see tile Care and cleaning of the range section ) and look fin . moved during clemfing or movhlg . tile gas shut - off lever at tile back of tile range . Leveris shownclosed PULLTOOPEN . Sealed burner models • To check tile oven gas shut - off valve on standard twin bm'ner models , raise tile cooktop and look fin " tile gas sh ut - off lever at tile extreme right rear cornei : Follow tile directions in box A or B that match yore " regulator _ ] ) e . Leverisshownclosed . A POLkTOOP , EN . _ Standardtwin burnermodels Standardtwin burnermodels Control signals after You forgot to enter a bake • Touch the BAKE pad mM desired temperatm'e or entering cooking time or temperature or clemahlg time . the SELFCLEANpad and desired clean time . starttime tonsome models ] Plug on range is not completely • Make Stll'e electrical l / lug is l / lugged lute n live , donotwork inserted in the electrical outlet , ln'operly gr _ ) tmded buffet . ( on some models ) A fuse ha your home may be • Replace the fl / se or reset the circuit breakel : blown or the circuit breaker tripped . Oven controls improperly set . • See the Using the clock and timer section . 44
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ge . conl Possible Causes What To Do Food does not bake • See the Using the oven section . Oven controls improperly set . or roast properly • See the Using the oven section . Shelf position is incorrect . Incorrect cookwaxe or cookwaxe • See the Using the oven sect . ion . of hnproper size being used . Oven thermostat needs • See the Adjust the oven thermostat - - Do it yourself [ secdon . adjustment . • See the Using the clock and timer section . Clock not set correctly . ( on seine models ) • See the Care and cleaning of the range section . Altunhattm foil used improperly in the oven . • See the Installation of the range section . Oven bottom not securely seated in position . Food does not Oven conlrols improperly set . • On models with tourh pads , make sure you tourh broil properly the BROIL HI / LO pad . On models with an OVEN TEMP knob , make sure it is set at BROIl _ Oven door not dosed . • See the Using the oven section . Improper shelf position • See the Broiling Guide . being used . Food behag cooked in a hot pan . • Llse the broiling pan and grid that came with votn " range . Make sure it is cool . Cookwaxe not suited for broiling . • Use the broiling pan and grid that came with your range . Alumhaum foil used on the • See the Using the oven section . the broiling pan mad grid has not been fitted properly mad slit as recommended . oven bottom not securely • See the Installation of the range section . seated in position . Oven temperature Oven thermostat • See the Adjust the oven thermostat - - Do it yourself [ section . too hot or too cold needs adjustment . _ iiiii _ iiiii } iiii ! ! ii Oven light does not work Light bulb is loose or defective . • Tighten or replace the btdb . Plug on range is not completely • Make sure electrical phtg is I ) lugged into a live , l ) roperly i / ili { i i _ _ inserted ha the electrical outlet , grotmded outlet . Oven will notself - clean The oven temperature is too • _ dlow the range to cool to room teml ) erature and high to set a self - dema operation , reset the c ( > ntrols . oven conlrols improperly set . • See the Using the self - cleaning oven section . On models with a door latch , • Make sure you move the door latch handle all the way the oven door is not ha the to the right . locked position . " Crackling " or This is the sound of the • This is nora / el . i " popping " sound metal heating mad cooling during both the cooking mad demthag functions . 4
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Before you call forservice . . . Troubleshooting . tips Possible Causes What To Do i i Excessive smoking Excessive soil . • On models _ th touch pads , touch the CLEAR / OFF pad . On models with an OVEN TEMP knob , mrn it to OFE Open the windows to ridthe room of smoke . _ ' ait until the SELF CLEANlight goes otE Wipe up the excess soil and reset the clean cycle . Oven door willnotopen Oven too hot . • _ Mlow the oven to cool below locking temperature . after a clean cycle Oven not clean after Oven controls not properly set . • See the Using the self - cleaning oven section . a clean cycle Oven was heavily soiled . • Cle : m Ul _ heavv , sl _ illove _ before starting , the clean cycle . Heavily soiled ovens may need to sell : clean again or for a longer period of time . Oven door will not Oven is too hot . • _ Mlow the oven to cool below locking temperature . unlock ( on models Do not lock the door with the door latch except when witha doorlatch ) usin , , the self = clean teatul'e . Self clean light ( on The OVEN TEMP knob has not • Set the OVEN TEMP knob to CLEAN . See the Using the some models ) blinks been set to CLEAN when the self - cleaning oven section . when trying to set a latch was moved to the right . self clean cycle The latch was not moved to the • Move the latch to the right as far as it will _ q > See the right when the OVEN TEMP knob Using the self - cleaning oven section . was set to CLEAN . Self clean light ( on A power interruption occurred . • Turn the OVEN TEMP knob to OFFand move the latch some models ) blinks to the left as far as it will go . Reset the range controls during self clean cycle to the desired settings . See the Using the self - cleaning oven section . " Boor " appears in the Self - clemahzg cycle has been • Move the latch lmndle : ill the way to the right . display ton some modelsl selected but the latch handle was not moved all the way to the fight . Latch hm _ dle was moved to the • Move the latch handle to the right onl } when , setfino right but a progrmn other thml the sell : cleaning cycle . self - clemth _ g was selected . " T - - and a number or On models with a door latch , • The latch may have been re ( wed , even if only slightly , letter " flash in the display if a function error code appears fi'om the locked position . Make sure the latch is m ( > ved ( on some models / during the self - clemahlg cycle , to the right as thr as it will go . check the oven door latch . You have a ftmcfion error code . • Touch the CLEAR / OFFpad . _ dlow the oven to cool for one holm Put the oven back into operation . If the function code repeats . • Discom _ ect : Ill power to the range tor 5 minutes : rod then recom _ ect l ) owe _ : / f the flmction error code repeats , call ti ) r service . 46
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re . corn Possible Causes What To Do Display goes blank A fuse in your home may be • Replace tile fuse or reset tile circuit breakex : ( onsome models ) blown or the circuit breaker tripped . The clock is turned off so that it • See the Using the clock and timersecfi ( ) u . does not show in the display . Display flashes Power failure . • Reset the x'l ( > ck . ( on some models ) Unable to get the Oven control pads were • The BAKE and BROIL HI / LO pads must be touched at displayto show " SF " not touched properly , the same time and held fi ) x 3 seconds . ( on some models ) Power outage , Power outage or surge . • Reset the clock . / f the oven was in use , you must l'eset clock flashes it by touching the CLEAR / OFFpad , . settiu _ the clock and ( onsome models ) resetting any x ( ) ( ) king tuux'ti ( m . o _ " Burning " or " oily " odor This is normal in a new oven • To speed the process , set a sell = clean cycle fi ) r a emitting from the vent and _ 11 disappear in time . minim um of 3 hotus . See the Using the self - cleaning oven section . Strong odor An odor from the hlsulation • This is temporary . around the inside of the oven o _ is normal for the first few times the oven is used . Fan noise A cooling fan may automatically • This is uoxanal . The coolin , _ tim will ttu'u off and on . tttnl on and off to cool internal parts . Drawer does not slide The drawer is out of aligmnent . • Fully extend the drawer and push it all the way in . smoothly or drags See the Care and cleaning of the range secfi _ m . Drawer is over - loaded or load • Reduce weight . Redistribute drawer x - ( ) nteuts . is unbalanced . _ iiiii _ iiiii } iiii ! ! ii iIiiii i i _ _ 47
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GEGasRange Warranty . ( Focr . stemeinrstheUniteSdtates ) All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers , Staple your receipt here . original purchase or an authorized Customer Care * technician . To schedule service , Proof of the on - line , 24 hours a day , visit us at ge . com , or call 800 . GE.CARES date is needed to obtain service ( 800.432.2737 ) . Please have serial number and model number under the warrantz available when calling for service . " GEWillReplace : One Year Any patrol the range which tifils due to a ( letect in materials or workananship . During this Fromthe date of the limitedone - yearwarranty , CE ; will alsoproxide , free of charge , all labor and in - home serxice origina ! purchase to replace the detectixe part . ! i / : Service trips to your home to teach you how to use ! i / : Damage to the product caused by accident , f'tre , floods the product , or acts of God . iJi : : Improper installation , delivery or maJntenm _ ce , iJi : h : _ cidenta ] or consequential damage caused by possible defects with this applimlce . s _ : : Failure of the product it it is abused , misused , or used for other than the intended purpose or iJi : D : amage caused after delivery . used commercially . ! _ : Product not accessible to provide required service . ! i _ : Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA . If the product is located in an area where service by a GEAuthorized Servicer is not available , you may be responsible for a trip charge or you may be required to bring the product to an Authorized GE Service Location for service . In Alaska , the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or service calls to your home . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . To know what your legal rights are , consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General . Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 54
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GEGasRange Warranty . ( Focr . stomeinrCs onada ) All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers Staple your receipt here . or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . For servic e , Proof of the original purchase call 1.800.361.3400 . Please have serial number and model date is needed to obtain service number available when calling for service , under the warrantz Mabe Will Replace : One Year Any patter the ran , , e , _ . . . w . . . h . . i . c . h fifils due to a ( lefe ( t in materials or workmanshii . ) Durin - _ this . Fromthe date of the limited one - year warranty , Mabe will also provide , free ofcharge , all labor and in - home serxice origina ! purchase to replace the detective part . ? _ : Service trips to your home to teach you how to use ! i _ : Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . the product . ! i _ : hnproper h _ sta ] lation , delivery or maintenance . ! i _ : Dmnage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . : : Ji : F : ailure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other thm _ the intended purpose or iJi : : Incidental or consequential dmnage caused by possible used commercially . defects with this applimlce . ! i _ Damage caused after delivery . ! i _ : Product not accessible to provide required service . EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repair as provided in this Limited Warranty . Any impfied warranties , including the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose , are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law . I WARRANTOR IS N ( ) T RESPONSIBLE F ( ) R C ( ) NSEQUENTIAI , DAMAGES . ] Warrantor : MABE CANADA IN ( ; . ] 55
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