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ge . com ( U . S . ) wvvvv . GEApp / iances . c ( Caanada ) Safety Instruc _ ons . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 7 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : _ HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHr _ Operating Instru _ ¢ ions JGS968 Baking or Roasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Broiling , Broiling Guide . . . . . . . . . 14 Clock and Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 ° _ Control Lockout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Lift - Off ( ) yen Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Convection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 - 22 U3 Light Bulbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Cookware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Packagdng % _ pe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 - 30 Painted Surfimes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Probe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Racks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Proofing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Stainless Steel Surfi _ ces . . . . . . . . . . 35 Sabbath Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 © Storage Drawer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Self : Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 , 26 Vent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 , 35 Special Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 % 29 Surfi _ ce Bumecs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 , 9 Troubleshooting Tips , : 8 - 42 Them _ ostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Timed Baking & Roasting . . . . . . . . 16 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 V \ anning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Cons _ mer Support Care and Cleaning Consumer Support . . . . . Back Co _ r Broiler Pan and ( ; rid . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Product Regdstration Burner Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 ( Canada ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 , 46 Burner ( ; rates and Product Regdstration ( U . S . A . ) . 43 , 44 Vent Grille . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 V \ , wrantv fbr Customers Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . o _ ) r ' , ' ) . in Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 * Aarranty % r Customers Floor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . or . . , ' K ) in the U . S . A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Glass Cooktop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 , 37 IVmobs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # You can lind them on a label behind the open oven door on the lower left corner of the range fl'am e . 49 - 80370 11 - 05JR
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! ANTI - TIPDEVICE _ ! _ ALL RANGESCAN TIP _ ; i : INJURY TOPERSONS COULDRESULT @ INSTALLANTI - TIP DEVICESPACKEDWITH RANGE _ SEEINSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS A WARNING : If the information in this manual is not followed exactly , a fire or explosion may result causing property damage , personal injury or death . I Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance . - WHATTODOIF YOU SMELLGAS iJ _ : Dillo not try to light any appliance . i _ i : iDo not touch any electrical switch ; do not use any phone in your building . Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone . Follow the 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 . GAS - FIRED 2 LI _ TED
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ge . com ( U . S . ) vvvvw . GEAppliances . ( cCaanada ) WARNING ! For your safety , 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 . ANTI - TIPDEVICE All ranges can tip and injury could result . Toprevent accidental tipping of the range , attach it to the wall or floor by installing the Anti - - tip device supplied . If the Anti - - tip device supplied with the range does not fit this application , use the universal Anti - - 17p device WB2X7909 . To check if the device is instafled and engaged properly , remove the storage drawer and inspect the rear leveling leg . Make sure # fits securely into the slot . If yOU pull tile range otlt flom tile wall for ally reason , mal _ . e stlie the device is properly engaged when you push tile rang _ back against file wall . If it is not , there is a possible risk of the rang _ tipping oxer and causing iIlju ] _ y " if YOUor a child stand , sit or lean on an open door Please refer m the And - Tip device infounafion in tiffs manual . Failure m rake fills precaution could result in tipping of the rang _ and iIIjm > IMPORTANSTAFETYNOTICE The Californb Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act requires the Governor of Californb to publish a list of substances known to the state to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm , and requires businesses to warn customers of potential exposure to such substances . Gas appliances can cause minor exposure to four of these substances , namely benzene , carbon monoxide , formaldehyde and soot , caused primarily by the incomplete combustion of natural gas or LP fuels . Properly adjusted burners , indicated by a bluish rather than a yellow flame , will minimize incomplete combustion . Exposure to these substances can be minimized by venting with an open window or using a ventilation fan or hood . The fiberglass insulation in self - clean ovens gives off a very small amount of carbon monoxide during the cleaning cycle . Exposure can be minimized by venting with an open window or using a ventilation fan or hood . 3
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! SAFETYPRECUAflONS When using electrical appfiances , basic safety precautions should be foflowed , including the following : _ 7 { U _ se this appliance only % r its intended Do not attempt to repair or replace ally purpose as described m tins ) wner s part of your range unless it is specifically Mannal . recommended in this manual . All other service should be refelTed to a qualified _ : : Be sure your appliance is properly installed technician . and grounded by a qualified technician in accordance with the provided installation Be sure your range is con - ecfly adjusted instrnctions . by a qualified se _ Mce mchnician or installer for tile type of g _ s ( natural or LP ) that is _ { : B _ efore perfo _ ning any service , disconnect to be used . Your rang _ call be comermd the range power supply at the household for use with either type of gas . See the disu - ibufion panel by removing the fl _ se or Installation Instructions packed with switching off the circuit breaken the rang _ . ; fi : , Hi axe the installer show you tile location of _ : : Plug your range into a 190 = \ _ lt grounded tile circuit breaker or fl _ se . Mark it for easy outlet only . Do not remo _ e tile round reference . g _ ounding prong from the plug . If in J ; Do not leme children alone - - - - r'hildren doubt about the grounding of the home should not be left alone or unattended in elecuical system , it is your personal all area where all appliance is ill use . They _ esponsibilitv and obligation to haw should nexer be allowed to sit or stand on all ungrounded outlet replaced with a ally part of the appliance . properly gTonnded , three - prong outlet ill accordance with flae National Electrical J ; Haxe the installer show you the location ( ' , ode ( U . S . ) . Do not use all exmnsion cord of the range gas shut - offxahe and how to with fl ) is appliance . shut it off if necessa U . WARNING : thesaedjustments J ; Hax > your rang _ installed and properly must be mode by a qualified service grounded by a qualified installei ; in accordance with tile Installation technician in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and aft codes Instructions . Ally ' adjusunent and se _ Mce and requirements of the authority having should be perfomled only 1 ) yqualified gas range installers or service technicians . jurisdiction . Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious injury or _ { : L _ ocate the range out of kitchen traffic pafll property damage . The qualified agency and out of dr _ fftv locations to prexent poor performing this work assumes air circulation . responsibility for the conversion . _ t _ B : : e sure all packaging materials are _ { : K : ee I ) the hood and grease filters clean to removed from rite rang _ before operating maintain good xenting and to axoid grease it to pre \ ent fire or smoke damage should fires . the packaging mamrial ignite . Teach children not to play with tile J ; Do not leme children alone or nnattended controls or ally other part of the range . where a range is hot or in operation . They could be seriously bm _ led . _ : ; Always kee I ) dish towels , dish cloths , pot holders and other linens a satb distance fronl vonr rangP . 4
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ge . com ( U . S . ) vvvvw . GEAppliances . ( cCaanada ) SAFETYPRECAUTIONS ; _ ? A : , : lways kee I ) wooden and plastic utensils mamfial could be ignimd if brought in and canned tbod a safe distance fiom your contact with flame or hot oxen surtZaces and may cause sexere b / li - / ls . range . Do not store flammable materials in an _ i : , Ai lways kee I ) combnsdble wall coxetings , curtains or drapes a safe distance fiom oxen , a range storag > drawer or near a cooktop . yonr range . Do not store or use combnsuble mamrials , _ { : D : o not clean tile rang _ with flammable or x _ latile cleaning fluids . gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other _ i : , A : fter prolong > d use of a range , high floor appliance . mmperautres may result and many floor coxelJng3 will not withstand this kind of q ? { D : : o not let cooking grease or other flammable mamrials accumulam in or use . Nexer insta ] l tile range oxer vinyl tile or linoleum that cannot wifllsmnd such near the rang > . type of use . Nexer install it directly over _ : : Do not use wamr on grease fires . Nexer inmrior Mtchen caq ) efing . pick up a flaming pan . Turn dm conuols ; f ? : A ' : void scratching die glass cooktop widt off : Smother a flaming pan on a surfl _ ce sharp instruments , or wifl3 tings and other burner 1 ) 5 ' coxering tile pan complemly jeweh T . with a well - fitting lid , cooMe sheet or fiat tr W . Use a multi - pml ) ose d U chemical or ; _ i : D , : o not allow anyone to climb , stand or foam - type rite extinguisher hang on die oxen door ; storage drawer or cooktop . They could damag > the rang > Flaming grease outside a pan can be put and even tip it oxel ; causing sexere out by covering it with baking soda or ; personal ilIjm T . if available , by using a multi - pm ] ) ose d U chemical or foam - type fire extinguisher CAUTION : Itemisnterteoscthildren Flame it3 die oxen can be smodtered shouldnot be storedin cabinetsabovea rangeor completely by closing the oxen door and on the backsplashof a range - - children climbing turning tile control to off or 1 ) 5 ' using a on the rangeto reachitems could beseriously nmlti - pm ] ) ose d _ T chemical or foam - type injured . fire extinguisher Let tile burner g _ ates and other surtZaces WARNIN & NEVERthuisse cool before touching them or leaving appliance as a space heater to heat or then3 where children can reach them . warm the room . Doing so m W result in carbon monoxide poisoning and _ ? _ N : : exer block dte xents ( air openings ) of oxedteafing of the cookmp or oxen . the range . They provide die air inlet and oudet fllat are necessa U for the range to _ i : , F : or your safety , hexer use your appliance operam properly with cotwect combustion . for wanning or heating the room . ' Air openings ate located at rite teat of the cooktop , at tile top and bottom of file ; _ ? L : ' : arge scratches or impacts to glass doors oxen door ; and at tile 1 ) oUom of the rang > can lead to broken or shatmred glass . under the storage drawer or kick panel . ; _ ? D : ' : o not clean fire rang _ when the appliance _ 7 _ D : : o not lift tile cooktop . Lifting the is in use . cooktop can lead to damag > and improper _ i : , N : exer wear loose - fitting or hanging operation of the rang > . gammnts while using the appliance . Be carefifl when reaching for imms stored in cabinets oxer the range . Flammable 5
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! SURFACBEURNERS Useproperpan size - - avoid pansthat are unstableor easilytipped . Selectcookware havingflat bottomslarge enoughto coverburnergrates . Toavoid spillovers , makesure cookwareis largeenoughto containthe food properly , Thiswill both save cleaningtimeandprevent hazardousaccumulationsof food , sinceMaw spattering or spilloversleft on rangecan ignite . Usepans with handlesthat can be easilygraspedand remaincooL _ i ) ! Ahvays use tim UTE position when igniting the pan too flfll of _ u can cause spillovers when food is added . the top burners and make sure the burners hme ig _ dted . X & qmnpreparing flaming foods under the ! _ ' Never leme the stuface btunets unattended hood , turn the fan on . at high flame settings . Boilovers cause Do not use a wok on tim cooking sur £ 1ce smoking and greasy spillovers that may if the wok has a round metal ring that is catch on fire . placed o \ er the burner gram m support the ! _ ' Adjust the top burner flame size so it does wok . This ring acts as a heat m _ p , which mW not extend 1 ) eyond the edge of the cookware . damage the burner g _ v _ mand N _ rner head . Excessive flame is hazardous . Also , it m W cm _ se the N _ rner m work improperly . This may cause a cad ) on ! _ : Use only dry pot holders - - moist or damp pot monoxide level above that allowed by current holders on hot surPaces may resuh in burns standards , resulting in a heahh hazard . flom smam . Do not let pot holders come near open flames when lifting cookware . Do Foods for flTing should be as dry as possible . Frost on flozen foods or moisture on flesh not use a towel or other 1 ) ulky cloth in place of a pot holder : foods can cause hot flu to 1 ) ul ) l ) le up and over the sides of the pan . ! _ ' X _ h \ en using glass cookware , make sure it is desig _ md for top - of - range cooking . Never u ) , to move a pan of hot Pat especially a deep _ t flyer . X ' \ hit until the _ t is cool . ! : _ ' To minimize tim possibilib , of 1 ) urns , ignition of flammal ) le materials and spillage , turn Do not leme plastic items on tim cooktop - - cookware handles toward the side or back of they may meh if left too close to the vent . the range without extending over adjacent Kee I ) all plastics mvay flom the surPace btlI'IleI's . 1 ) tlI'Ile I'S . _ i _ C ! areflflly watch foods 1 ) eing flied at a high To moid the possibili b , of a burn always be flame setting . certain that the conuols for all burners are _ i _ A ! hvays heat fat slowly and watch as it heats . at the OFFposition and all grates are cool before attempting to remove them . ! _ : Do not lea \ e any imms on the cooktop . The hot air flom the vent may ig _ im flammable If _ ange is located near a window , do not imms and will increase pressure in closed hang long curtains that could 1 ) low over the surface burners and create a fire hazard . containers , which may cm _ se them m l ) u _ st . _ i ) ! If a coml ) ination of oils or _ lts will be used If you smell gas , turn off the g _ s to the range in flying , stir together before heating or and call a qualified service technician . Nexer as _ lts meh slowh , use an open flame to locate a leak . _ i _ U ! se a deep flu thermometer whenever Ahvays ttun the stuJ _ ce 1 ) tunet conuols off possible to prevent oxerheating _ t 1 ) eyond before removing cookware . the smoking point . _ i ) ! Do not operate the burner wifl _ out all btuner parts in place . _ i ) ! Use the least possible amount of £ u for efl > ctive shallow or deep - Set flying . Filling
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ge . com ( U . S . ) vvww . GEAppliances . ca ( Canada ) COOKMEATANDPOULTRTYHOROUGHLY . . . ( Cookmeatandpoultrythoroughly - - meattoat leastanINTERNAtLemperaturoef 160 ° F ( 71 ° C ) andpoultrytoat leastan INTERNAtLemperatureof I80 ° F ( 82 ° C _ Cookingtothesetemperatureussuallyprotectsagainstfoodbomeillness . A WARNING ! OVEN Stand awayfrom the range when opening the oven door . Hot air or steam which escapes can cause bums to hands , face and / or eyes . Do not heat unopened flood containers . Do not leave paper products , cooking utensils or food in the oven when not in use . Pressurecould build up and the container could bulst , causing an inju U . A WARNINGN : WRcove , Keep the oven vent unobstructed . any slots , holes or passages in the oven bottom Kee I ) the oven flee from grease buildup . or cover an entire _ ' ackwith materials such as Place the oven , ' ack in the desired position aluminum [ 0il . Doing so blocks air flow while the oven is cool . If t'acks must be handled through the oven and may cause cad ) on when hot , do not let pot holder contact the monoxide poisoning . Aluminum foil linings heating elements . may also map heat , causing a fire hazard . iJiiW : i hen using cooking or roasting bags in the Do not use aluminum foil to line oven bottoms , oven , follow the manufi _ ctuter's directions . except as suggested in this inanual , hnproper Pulling out the t'ack to the stop - lock is a installation of alulninuln foil may result in a risk of electric shock or fire . convenience in lifting heax3 foods . It is also a precaution against burns flom touching hot Make sure the broiler pan is in place conectl ) surfilces of the door or oven walls . to reduce the possibilit ) of grease fires . Do not use the oven to dU newspape , s . If you should have a grease fire in the broiler If overheated , the } can catch on fire . pan , press the Cl . fAl _ Offpad and keep the oven door closed to contain fire until it Do not use the oven for a stot'age area . Items buI'nS Otlt . stored in an oven can ignite . SELF - CLEANINOGVEN Do not use oven cleaners . No commercialoven cleaner or ovenliner protective coatingof any kind shouldbe usedin or aroundany part of the oven . Residuefrom ovencleanerswill damagethe inside of the oven when the self - clean cycle is used , iJiiD : io not clean the door gasket . The door gasket iJiiI : fi the self cleaning mode malflmctions , turn the is essential for a good seal . Care should be oven off and disconnect the power supply . Have token not to rub , damage or move the gasket . it serviced b ) a qualified technician . iJiiB : ie % re selfkleaning the oven , remove the rocks , iJiiC : ilean only parts listed in this Owner's Manual . broiler pan , grid and other cookware . iJiiB : ie sure to wipe up excess spillage before starting the self cleaning ope , ' ation . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS 7
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Using thegas surfaceburners . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model . How to Light a Gas Surface Burner Push the control knob in and turn it to When one burxler is turxled to LITE , all tile LITE position . the burne _ spark . Do not attempt to disassemble or clean around anv bm'ner You will hear a little clicking noise - - - while another burner is on . An electric tile sound of the electric s , ) ark ionifin , _ shock may result , which could cause you the burlwl ; to knock over hot cookware . Mtei " the flame lights , turn the knob to ac ! iust the flmne size , If the knob stays at Push the control knob in and turn it Ill'E , it will continue to click , to the LITEposifion . Sealed Gas Burners Tile slnaller burner ( right rear posidon ) The largest , burnels are hi _ * her , _ l ) ° wered will give the best silnlner results flw than the othels and will 1 ) ring liquids to delicate fi _ ods , such as sauces or fi ) ods a boil quickeI : which need to cook over low heat fiw a hmg dine . It can be turned down to a vei _ ' low setting . How to Select Flame Size Forsafehandllegof cookwaren , everlet theflames An } flame larger than the bottom of the cookware is wasted and only ser \ es to heat extendupthesidesof thecookware . the handle . _ ' atch the flalne , not the knob , as you reduce heat . The flame size oil a gas burner should inatch the cookware VOII aI'e rising . In Case of Power Failure Surtilce burners in use when an electrical In case _ ff a power tililm'e , you can light the gas surlilce burnei _ on your range power fililure occms will continue to with a inatch . Hold a lit inatch to the operate nommllv . , burner , then push ill and turn the control knob to the UTEposidon . Use extrelne caution when lighting burnels this way : Before Lighting a Gas Burner After Lighting a Gas Burner ! ; _ : Make sure ; 111grates on the range are in _ : Do not operate the burner for an place before using any burner extended period of tilne without cookware on the grate . The finish on the grate Inay chip without cookware to absorb the heat . ; ; Ji : B : e sure the burners and grates are cool betore you place your hand , a pot holder ; cleaning cloths or other inatelials on theln . 8
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ge . com ( U . S . ) www . GEAppliances . ca ( Canada ) Top - of - Range Cookware Aluminum : Medium - weight cookware is Heatproof Glass Ceramic : Can be used rec ( nmnended because it heats quickly tot either smti _ ce or oven cooking . It and e ' _ enlv : Most fi ) ods brown e ' _ enlv in conducts heat vei ' _ ' slowly and cools vei ' _ ' sh ) wh ' . Check cooJ _ ware immufilcturer's an aluminum skillet . ILrse saucepans with tight - fitting lids when cooking with directions to be sm'e it can be used on gas IlliniIlltlI / / aillo / ints of wateI : i'anges . Stainless Steel : This metal alone has Cast - Iron : If heated slowly , most skillets will give satisti _ ct ( n y results . poor heating properties and is usually combined with coppe _ ; aluminmn Enamelware : Under some conditions , or other metals for improved heat tile enalllel of SOllle cookwaI'e Ill , IV distribution . Combination metal skillets melt . Follow cookware iil _ liiutlilCt [ li'ei " s usually work safisfi _ ctorilv if they are used recommendations tot cooking methods . with medimn heat as tile manufi _ ctm'er i'ecolillilends . Glass : There are two t ) l ) es of glass cookware - - those t0r o ' , ' en / ise only and those tor toi > ol : range cooking ( saucepans , coffee and teapots ) . Glass conducts heat vex _ ' slowly : Stove TopGrills Do not use stove top grills on your sealed gas burners . If ' you use tile st ( ) ve top grill on the sealed gas bm'ne _ ; it will cause incomplete combustion and can result in exposure to carbon inonoxide levels above allowable cmTent standards . Thiscanbehazardoutso yourhealth . Wok This Way Werecommendthatyouusea 14 - inch { 35.6cm ) orsmallerflat - bottomedwok . Makesurethewok bottomsits flatonthegrate . Theyareavailableat Use a fiat - bottomed wok . yourlocalretailstore . Onh a flat - b ( ) tt ( ) med wok should be used . Do not / Ise a I ' ] at - bottoi / / ed wok on a support ring . Placing tile ring over tile b / lI'neI " 0I " grate may Catlse tile b / lI'neI " to work improperly , resulting in carb ( : , n monoxide levels above allowable standards . This could be dangerous to veto " health . 9
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Usingthe ovencontrols . ( Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model . ) O _ ' EN CO N1 _ i _ o LS ? / . - - iIl - - . , _ , = AUIOfl _ CIPECO _ ER $ 1aN = J Features and appearance may var _ ¢ OvenControl , Clockand TimerFeaturesand Settings OVENLIGHTON / OFFPad BAKEPad 0 Touch to select tile b ; & e fimction . Touch to tm'n tile oven light on or oftl DELAYSTARTPad @ BROILHI / LOPad 0 Touch to select tile broil function , Use along with COOKTIME or SELFCLEAN LO / STD I / ads to set the o ' _ vn to start and stop automatical b at a time you set . CONVECTIONBAKEMULTI / 1RACKPad Touch to select baking with the comection COOKTIME Pad function , O Touch and then touch the nunlber pads to set the amount of time you want your food to CONVECTIONROASTPad cook . The ( ) veil will shut off when the Touch to select roasting with tile comection function , cooking time has Yt ] n ( ) hit . CLEAR / OFFPad PROOFPad Touch to select a warm en'dronment u _ ful Touch to cancel ALL oven oilerafions except tile clock , timer and control lockout . fi ) r rising yeast , lea _ ened products . CLOCKPad STARTPad Touch befi ) re setting the clock . N'ltlSt be tot ] ched to start an } cooking Or Number Pads cleaning function . Use to set an } flmction requiring nmnbers Display such as tile time of da ) on the clock , the Sho _ . _ s tile time of da ) ; oxvn teillperattlre , timeI ; the oxen temperature , the internal whether the oven is in the bake , broil or filed temperatm'e , the start time and seli : vleafing mode and the times set for length of opeiation fi ) r timed baking the timer or autonaatic o _ en opeiatkms . and sellqleaning . ff " F - and a number orletter " flash in thedisplay and KITCHEN TIMERON / OFFPad theoven controlsignals , thisindicates a functionerror V4 _ Touch to select the timer teatm'e . code . Touchthe CLEAR / OFFpad Allow the ovento cool for PROBEPad onehour . Putthe ovenbackinto operation . If the functionerror coderepeats , disconnectthepower to theovenandcall for Touch when using tile probe to cook fbod . service . WARM Pad ffyour oven was set for a timed oven operationand a Touch to keep cooked tbods warm . See tile power outage occurred , theclockandall programmed How to Set the Ovenfor Warming section , functionsmustberese _ CONTROLLOCKOUT Thetime of day will flash inthe display when there has been a power outage . The control lockout is 9and O . Touch and hold the 9 and 0 pads at the same time for 3 seconds , SELFCLEANLO / STDPad Touch to select selik - leaning fimction . See tile 10 Using the self - cleaning oven section .
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ge . com ( U . S . ) Using the oven . vvvvw . OEAppliances . ( cCaanada ) Toavoid possible bums , place the racks in the desired position before you turn the oven on . Before you begin . . . The racks have stops , so that when placed To replace , place the end of the rack correcflv on the supports , they will stop ( stop - loci < s ) on the support , tilt up the before coming completely out , and will fl'ont and push the rack in . not tilt . CAUTIONW : hyeonauruesitnhge _ A ] / en placing and removing cookware , rackin the lowest position ( , 4 ) , youwffl need to pull the rack out until it stops . usecaution when pulling the rackout We recommendthat youpuff the rackout several The bake burner is under the oven floo _ : inchesand then , using two pot holders , puff the Do not place toods on the oven bottom rackout by ho / ding the sides of it The rackis low fi ) r cooking . and you couldbe burnedif youplace yourhand in the middle of therackand pu / / a / / the way out Be Toremove a rack , pull it toward you , verycarefulnot to burnyour hand on the door tilt the ti'ont end up and pull it out . when using therack in the / owestposition ( A ) . Theoven has 7 rack positions . How to Set the Oven for Baking or Roasting Typeof Food Rack Position [ ] Touch the BAKE pad . Frozenpies ( oncookiesheet ) CorD [ ] Touch the number pads to set the desired temperature . Angelfoodcake A Bundtorpoundcakes BorC [ ] Touch the START pad . Biscuits , muffins , brownies , CorD [ ] Check fi ) od fin " doneness at cookiesc , upcakes , minimum time on recipe . Cook layercakes , pies longer if necessmT : Casseroles CorD [ ] Touch the CLEAR / OFFpad when cooking , is coml ) lete . Turkey A NOTEA : coolingfanwill automaticallyturnon If baking fi ) ur cake layers at the same time , andoff tocoolinternapl arts . Thisisnormal , and place two la ) ' e _ on rock B and t _ layers on the fanmaycontinueto runevenaftertheoven rack D . Stagger pans on the rack so one is in turnedoff not ( tirect ] } ab _ ) _ e the othe _ : 77
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Usingthe oven . Preheating and Pan Placement Preheat the oven if the redpe calls fin " it . Baking results will be better if baking Preheating is necessm T for good results pans are centered in the oven as much when baking cakes , cookies , past _ T and as possible . If baking with more than one breads . pan , place the pans so each has at least 1 " ( 2.5 cm ) to 1 ½ " ( 3.8 cm ) of air space Topreheat , set theovenat thecorrecttemperature . around it . Thecontrol will beep when the ovenis preheated Do not place foods directly on tlTe and the display will show yourset temperature . oven floo _ Thepreheat time will varydependingon the temperaturesettl ) ) g . / Aluminum Foil Donot usealuminumfoil onthebottomof / 1 ¢ You can use ahuninuin foil to line the theoven . _ / broiler pan and broiler grid . Howexe _ ; _ _ S you must mold the fifil tighfl ) to the grid Never entirely cover a rack with and cut slits in it just like the grid . aluminum fifil . This Mll disturb tile heat Without the slits , the toil will prevent ti _ t circulation and result in poor baking . gut slits in the foiljust like the grid . and meat juices ti'om draining into the A smaller sheet of fl ) il may be used to broiler pan . The juices could become catch a spillover by placing it on a lower hot enough to catch on fire . If w _ u rock several inches below tile food . do not cut tile slits , you are essentially fiTing , not broiling . Oven Moisture _ & svour oven heats up , tile temperature change of tile air in tile oven may cause water droplets to tOm _ on tile door glass . These droplets are hamfless and will eV } ll ) OI ' } lte } IStile oven contintles to heat up . / 2
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ge . com ( U . S . ) www . GEAppliances . c ( aCanada ) Oven Vent Y _ ) ur oven is vented through one vent _ Handlesofpotsandpansonthecooktopmay becomehotif left toodose to thevenL located toward the rear ot the range , Do not block this vent when cooking in the _ Donot leaveplastic items on the cooktop - - oven - - it is important that the flow oI hot theymay melt if left too close to the venL air fl'om the oven and fl'esh air to the oven burner be uninterrupted , Avoid ; ; JiD : : onot leaveany items on thecooktop . Thehot touching the vent openings or nearby air from the vent mayignite flammableitems surfaces duringoven or broiler operation - - and will increasepressurein closedcontainers , they may become hot which may cause them to burst . _ Metal items will become veryhot if theyare left on the cooktop , and couldcause burns . Power Outage CAUTION : Do not make any attempt to operate If the oven is in use when a power fifilm'e the electric i _ ? nitionoven during an electrical occm _ , the oven bm'ner shuts off and power failure . cannot be re - lit tmfil power is restored . This is bec ; mse the flow of gas is The oven or broiler cmmot be lit dtwing a automatically stopped and will not resume power fifilm'e , Gas will not flow tmless the when power is restored tmtil the glow bar glow bar is hot . has reached operating temperattu'e . 13
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Usingthe oven . How to Set the Ovenfor Broiling IMPORTANTT ' . oavoidpossib / eburnsp , lacethe Use LO Broil to cook fi ) ods such as poultr _ she / yesinthedesiredpositionbeforeyouturnthe or thick cuts of meat thorotlghly without oven OR . ox ePbrowning them . Always use the broiler pan and grid that came with your oven . It [ ] Place the meat or fish on the broiler [ ] Touch the STARTpad . is designed to mflTimizesmoking grid in the broiler pan . and spattering by trappflTgjuices [ ] Y _ q _ en broiling is finished , touch the f17the shielded lower part of the CLEARIOFpFad . [ ] Follow suggested shelf positions in pan . the Broiling Guide . Ser _ e the food immediatel ) , and lea _ e the pan outside the oxen to cool dtu _ no _ the [ ] The o _ en door must be closed meal tk ) r easiest cleanino during broiling . NOTE " Broil will not work if the temperature [ ] Touch the BROILHI / LO pad once fi ) r HI Broil . probeis plugged in . To change to LOBroil , touch the BROILHI / LOpad again . Broiling Guide The size , weight , thickness , Rack FirstSide Second Side Quantityand / starting , teml ) eratm'e Food or Thickness Position Comments Time ( rain . ) Time ( min . ) and v ( ) tli " pI'eleI'en ( ' e GroundBeef 13 8 I / _ t - o 3 / 4 " Spaceevenly . of doneness will aH'ect ( 1.3cmto 1.9cm ) thick broiling times . This guide Beef Steaks F 6 4 a / 4 " to 1 " Steakslessthans / 4 " is based on meats at dRarerium Me E 8 6 ( 1.9cmto 2.5 cro ) thick ( 1 . g cm ) thick are refrigerator temperature . Well Done E 10 8 difficult to cookrare . 1to 11 ½ Ibs . ( 0.45kgto0.68kg ) Slashfat . Rarer E 15 10 11 / 2 " { 3.8 cln } thick 4 7,5 # { LS . l ) ep ( nt _ m _ * tof Medklm E 15 15 2 to 21 _ Ibs . ( 0.91kgto 1.13 kg ) Well Done D 2O 2O pop _ hzn b _ tt ) ou _ ho _ ffdk ) _ ow that Chicken C 25 25 Brusheachsidewith 1 wholecut up ( : lJI ) lIDg iS lo o _ l 3 I 40 ' T ( 60 < ( ) melted butter . 2 to21 _ Ibs . ( 0.91kgto1.13kg ) * t / en _ * * o _ m , lood / > oiso _ hU4 Broil skimside - down split lengthwise Breast D 25 15 first . Nail , l " ( x ) dBool : . _ b _ * Kitch _ _ Bakery Product ( _ * tide . { SI ) A t ? _ , ' o , flz _ * : 19 , S ' 5 . ) 2 to 4 slices F 3 1 Bread ( toast ) Spaceevenly . Place F 3 - 4 English Muffin 2 ( split ) Englishmuffins cat - side - upand brush with butter if desired . LobsterToils 2 - 4 18 20 Do not Cut throughback of turn shell . Spreadopen . Brushwith melted OVer . batter beforebroiling and after Mf of broilingtime . FishFillets 1 lb . ( 0.45kg ) ( 1 / 4 " to I / 2ff Handleandturnvery [ 0.6 cmto 1.3 cm ] thick ) carefully . Brushwith lemonbutter before and daringcooking , if desired . Salmon Steaks 2 ( 1 " [ 2.5 cm ] thick ) Turncarefully . Fillets Donot turn skin - side - 2 ( 1 / _ - to _ / 4 " down . [ 1.3 cmto 1.9 cm ] thick ) HamSlices D 8 5 l / ZZ ( 1.3cm ) thick D 8 8 ( precooked ) 1 " ( 2.5cm / thick D 10 10 Slashfat . 2 ( 7S " [ 1.3cro ] thick ) Pork Chops Well Done D 15 5 2 ( 1 " [ 2.5 cm ] thick ) about 1 lb . ( 0.45kg ) LambChops Medklm 7 4 Slashfat . 2 ( 1 " [ 2.5cm } thicka ) bout10 Well Done 10 9 to 12oz . ( 283 g to 340 g ) Madkun 9 6 2 ( 11A " [ 3.8cm ] thick ) / 4 Well Done 14 10 about 1 lb . ( 0.45kg )
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ge . com ( U . S . ) Using the clock , timer and control lockout , www . GEApp ( lCiaanncaedsa . c ) a ToSet the Clock The clock must be set to tile correct time ii i i / i [ ] Touch tile CLOCK pad . of da ' , fi _ r tile atm ) mafic oxen tinting [ ] Touch tile number pads . flmctions to work propefl ) . Tile time of Make sure the clock is set to the da ) cannot be changed dtnJllg a timed [ ] Touch the START pad . correct time of da _ baking or self = cleaning cycle . ToSet the Timer Touch tile KITCHENTIMER AftertouchingtheSTARTpad , SETdisappears , thistellsyouthetl _ neis countingdown , although ON / OFFpad . thedisplaydoesnot changeuntiloneminutehas Touch tile nmnber pads tmfil tile [ ] passedSecondswi / / notbeshownb thedisplay _ lIIlO / / nt of time yot ] want shows untilthe / astmbute iscountbgdown . Thetimer is a minute timer onl _ in tile display : For example , to set Thetimer does not control oven 2 horns and 45 minutes , touch 2 , 4 [ ] _ ' _ hen tile timer reaches : 00 , tile operations . The maximum setting on and 5 in that order : If you make a control will beep 3 times fbllowed the timer is 9 hours and 59mhTutes . mistake touch tile KITCHEN TIMER by one beep eve _ T 6 seconds tmtil ON / OFFpad and begin again . tile KITCHENTIMERON / OFFpad is touched . [ ] Touch tile STARTpad . The & secondtonecanbecance / edby fo / / owlbg thestepsb theSpecialfeaturesof youroven controsl ectionunderToneast theEndofa TimedCycle . ToReset the Timer If tile display is still shoMng tile time If tile remaining time is not in tile display remaining , you may change it by ( clock , delay start or cooking time are in touching tile KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFF pad , the display ) , recall the remaining time by then touch tile number pads tmtil tile touching tile KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFFpad time w ) u want appea _ in tile display . and then touching tile number pads to entei " tile new [ lille VO / I want , ToCancel the Timer Touch tile KITCHENTIMERON / OFF pad twice . Control Lockout When this teatm'e is on and tile touch Youcr ontrolwill allowyoutolockout thetouch padsso theycannotbeactivatedwhenpressed LOCK / UNLOCK HOLD 3 SECONDS pads are touched , tile control will beep and tile display will show LOC ON . To lock / tmlock tile controls : _ : Thecontrol lockoutmode affects all touch [ ] Touch tile 9 and Opads at tile same pads . No touch pads wi / / work when this time f'm 3 seconds , tmfil tile displa ) featureis activated shmvs LOCON . iJi : : Theadjustmenwt ill beretabedlnmemory [ ] To unlock tile control , touch tile 9 afterapowerfailure . and 0pads at tile same time for 3 seconds , tmfil tile display shows LOC OFF . 15
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Usingthe timed baking and masting features . ( onsome models ) NOTE " Foods that spoil easily - - such as milk , eggs , fish , stuffings , poultry and pork - - should not be allowed to sit for more than 1hour before or after cooking . Room temperature promotes the growth of harmful bacteria . Be sure that the oven light is off because heat from the bulb will speed harmful bacteria growth . How to Set an Immediate Start and Automatic Stop Theoven will turn on immediately andcook for Tile display Mll show tile changing a selected length of tlYneA . t the end of the temperature ( stm'ting at 100 ° F [ 38 ° C ] ) cooking t / me the oven wi / / turn off automatica / / y and the cooking time . The display starts changing once the temperature reaches [ ] Touch the BAKEpad . 100oF ( . % oc ) . [ ] Using tile nuinber pads , enter tile Tile oven will continue to cook tor tile desired teinperature . programmed amount of time , then shut offatm ) matically , tmless the _ ; M _ 4 [ ] Touch the COOKTIME pad . feature was set . See the HowtoSettheOven NOTE : If yourreciperequkespreheatingy , ou for Warmingsection . mayneedto addadditionaltimetothelengthof thecookingrime . Touch the CLEAR / OFFpad to clear the display : [ ] Using the numl ) er pads , enter the desired baking time . Tile oxen temperature and tile cooking time that you entered will be displa ) ed . [ ] Touch tile START pad . How to Set a Delayed Start and Automatic Stop Youcanset the oven control to delay - start the If vou would like to check tile times you oven , cookfor a specifc length of time and then have set , touch tile DELAYSTARTpad to turn off automafical / _ check tile stm't time um have set or touch the COOK TIME pad to check the length Make sm'e the clock shows the correct of cooking time you have set . time of day : _ hen the oven turns on at the time of [ ] Touch tile BAKEpad . de ) you haxe set , the displa ) will show the changing temperature ( starting at IO0 ° F [ ] Llsing tile number pads , enter tile desired temperature . [ . 8 C ] ) and the cooking itme . The disl ) la _ , stm'ts changing , , once tile [ ] Touch the COOKTIME pad . temperature reaches 100 " F ( 38 ° C ) . NOTE : If your recipe requkespreheatl ) _ g , you The oxen will continue to cook for the mayneed to addadditional time to the length of programmed amount of time , then shut thecooking time . off automaticall ) , tmless the _ M _ d _ 4 teature was set . See the How to Set the Oven [ ] Using tile numl ) er pads , enter tile for Warming section . desired baking time . Touch tile CLEAR / OFFpad to clear tile [ ] Touch tile DELAYSTARTpad . display : [ ] Using tile number pads , enter tile time of de ) } ou want tile oxen to turn ( in _ lll ( 1 S [ } lI ' [ cooking . [ ] Touch tile STARTpad . NOTE : An attention tone wi / / sound if youare using tlknedbaking and do not touch the START pad after entering the baking temperature . 16
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ge . com ( U . S . ) Using theprobe , www . GEAppliances . ca ( Canada ) For many foods , especially roasts and poultry , internal food temperature is the best test for doneness . The temperature probe takes the guesswork out of roasting by cooking foods to the exact doneness you want . Use of probes other than tile one _ Cable proxided xdth this product ma ) result in dallla ( re _ to tile probe or oxen controk Use tile handles of tile probe and plug when inserting and remoxim , them fl'om tile toed and outlet . iJi : : Neverleave yourprobe / bsidethe ovenduring _ JiT : : oavoiddamagingyourprobe , donot use a serf - cleaningcycle . tongstopuffonthecablewhenremovingit ij _ : : Donot store the probe in the oven . _ ilToavoidbreakingtheprobem , akesurefood Thetemperature probe has a iscompletelydefrostedbeforeinserting . skewer - like probe at one end and a plug at the other end that goes title Toprevent possible bums , donot unplugthe the outlet d7the oven . probe from the ouflet unt / 7the ovenhas coolerL _ Mter preparing tile meat and placing it For roasts with no bone , insert tile probe on a trivet or on the broiler pan grid , into tile meatiest part of tile roast . For tollow these directions for proper probe bone - in ham or lamb , insert tile probe placement . into tile center of tile lowest large muscle . Insert the probe completely into the Inse _ t the probe into the center of dishes S / Ich as II / eat loat or casseroles . meat . It should not touch bone , fat or gristle . Insert tile probe into tile meatiest part of the imler thigh fl'om below and parallel to the leg era whole tin'key . How to Set the Oven For Roasting When Using the Probe Insert tile probe into tile fi ) od . _ Mter tile internal temperature of [ ] tile food reaches 100 ° F ( 38 ° C ) , tile Plug tile probe into tile oudet in tile [ ] changing internal temperature will be oven . Make sure it's pushed all tile shown inthe displa > @ way in . Close tile o \ en doo * : Make sure tile probe cable is not touching ] _ hen tile internal temperature of the broil element . tile food reaches tile ram / bet " , ou have set , tile probe and the o \ en Touch tile PROBE pad . [ ] ttll'n Ott alld tile ( ) ; ' ell control signals . To stop tile signal , touch tile Touch tile mm _ ber pads to set CLEAR / OFFpad . / k ) se hot pads to [ ] tile desired internal food or meat remove tile probe fl'om tile ibod . temperature , Tile maximum Do not t / se tollgs to p / In on it - - they internal temperatm'e tbr tile food might damage it . that , _ ou can set is 200 ° F ( 93 ° C ) . To change tile oven temperature during Touch tile BAKEpad . tile Roast cycle , touch tile BAKEpad and [ ] then tile number pads to set tile new Touch tile mm _ ber pads to set tile [ ] te _ ] lpeI'att lye . desired oven temperatm'e . N If theprobe / s removedfrom the food before [ ] Touch the START pad . the final temperatureis reached , a tone will soundand the displaywill flash until theprobe ThedL _ p / aywi / / f / ash if theprobe / L _ / bserted / sremoved from the oven . / bto the outlet and youhave not set a probe iJi : : Youcan use the timer even though you temperatureand touched the STARTpad cannot use t / kned oven operations while using the probe . 1 7
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Usingthe convectionoven . ConvectionFan NOTE : The con \ ' ecfion tim will cycle on In a convection oven , a fan circulates hot air over , under and around the food . . and off while cooking to best distribute hot air in the ( ) veil . This circulating hot air is evenly distributed throughout the oven cavity . As a result , foods The convection oven tim shuts offwhen are , evenly cooked and browned - - often in lass the ( ) veil door is opened . time with convection heat . 1 - Rack Convection Baking The convection tim circulates the heated ; ; JIi : d : ealforevenlybrownedbakedfoodscooked air evenlv over and around the tood . on I rackandforlargefoodsA . dditionally , sometimesawbgsmaybenoticed Whenconvectionbaking with only I rack , use therackpositions recommendedin the Using _ Goodresultswithcookiesb , iscuitsm , uffins , the oven section . browniesc , upcakesc , reampuffs , sweetrolls , angelfoodcakeandbreacL Multi - Rack Convection Baking Because heated air is circulated evenly _ . * _ ] / ellbaking on 3 racks , place one throughout the oven , foods can be rock in tile fimrth ( D ) position , one baked with excellent results using in the fifth ( E ) position and one in multiple racks . the sixth ( F ) position . If pans will not fit , use rack positions B , D and E Multi - rack baking may increase cook times slightly fin " some foods , ] ) tit the overall result is time saved . Cookies , mttflins , biscuits , and other quick breads give Multi - rack position . good results with m uld - mck baking . Adapting Recipes . . . _ Usepan size recommended Ym can use your fi _ \ ' oxite recipes in the convection ( ) veil . _ J : : iSomepackageinstructions for frozen casserolesor main disheshave been \ \ qlen convection baking , the Auto Recipe ' _ Conversion feature automatically developedusing commercialconvection ovens . Forbest results in this oven , preheat the oven reduces fl _ e set regular baking temperature by the recommended 25 ° F and usethe temperatureon thepackage . ( l 4 ° C ) , See Auto ReciI / e ' _ Conversion in the Special Features section . 18
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ge . com ( U . S . ) www . GEAppliances . c ( aCanada ) Convection Roast \ & l _ en _ m are convection roasting it is iml ) ommt that you use the broiler I ) an _ Goodfor large tender cuts of meat , uncoverecL and grid and the special roasting rack fi ) r The convection tim circulates the heated best convection roasting results . The pan _ QSt air evenly over and around the fi ) od . is used to catch grease spills and the grid Z Meat and i ) oult _ T are browned on all is used to I ) revent grease si ) attei _ , while sides as if they were cooked on a the rack allows the heated air to circulate Grid rotisserie . Using the roasting rack under the meat and increase browning provided , heated air will be circulated on the undei _ ide of the meat or poultry : ovei ; under and around the ti ) od 1 ) eing Z : Place the oven rack in the I ) osifion Broilepr an roasted . The heated air seals in juices that centei _ the tood between the top quickly fi ) r a moist and tender product and bottom of the oven . while , at the same time , creating a rich Z : Place the grid on the broiler l ) an golden brown exterJm : and put the roasting rack over them , making sure the posts on the roasting rack fit into the holes in broiler pan . Z : Place the meat on the roasting rack . Cookware for Convection Cooking Metal and Glass When baking cookies , you will Before using your convection oven , check to see if your cookware leaves get the best results ff you use a Any type of cookware will work in vour room for air drculation in the oven . flat cookie sheet instead of a convection ( wen . Uowe \ ' ei ; Illet ; ll l ) _ lns heat the fi _ stest and are recommended If vou are baking with several pans , leave pan with Iow side & Sl ) _ ce between them . _ Mso , be sure the for convection baking . pans do not touch each other or the Z _ Darkenedor matte - finishedpans will bake walls ot the oven . faster than shlby pans . Paper and Plastic _ : Glassor ceramtcpans cookmore s / ow / / Heat - resistant paper and plasticed For recipes like ovenq ) aked chicken , containei _ that are recommend fi ) r use a pan with low sides . Hot air cannot use in regular baking can also be used drculate well around food in a pan with for convection baking , 1 ) ut should not high sides . be used at temperatures higher than the temperature recommended by the cookware ii / _ lilt / lilCttii'ei : Plastic cookware that is heat - resistant to temperatures ( ff 400 ° F ( 204 ° C ) can also be used . How m Set the Oven for Convection Baking or Roasting COI _ VECTION [ ] Touch the CONVECTION BAKE [ ] Touch CLEAR / OFFpad when finished . MULTI / 1 RACKor CONVECTION ROAST pad . iJGYouwill heara fanwhilecookingwith ( 3 ) ( 3 ) ( 3 ) ( 3 ) ( 3 ) [ ] Touch the number pads to set the convectionT . hefan will stopwhenthedoorIs desired oxen temperature . openedb , ut theheatwill not turnoK ( 3 ) ( Z ) ( 3 ) ( ZZD [ ] Touch the START pad . iJGYoumayheartheovenclickingdunbg baklbg . ThisIsnormal . To change the oven temperature , touch the CONVECTIONBAKE MULTI / 1 RACK or CONVECTIONROAST pad and then the number pads to set the new temperature . When the oven starts to heat , the changing temperature , starting at 100 ° F ( 38 ° C ) , will be displayed . X4 ] _ en oven reaches the temperature you set , 3 beeps will sound . 19
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Usingthe timed featuresfor convectioncooking . Youwill hear a fan while cooking with these features . The fan will stop when the door & opened , butthe heat will not turn off . NOTE : Foods that spoil easily - - such as milk , eggs , fish , stuffings , poultry and pork - - should not be aflowed 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 CQNVECTION Theoven wilf turn on immediate / I / ancdook for a [ ] Touch tile STARTpad , selectedlengthof timeA . t theendof thecooking Tile displa ) will show tile changing time , theovenwill turnoffautomatically temperattwe ( starting at 100 ° F [ 38 ° C ] ) Make sure tile clock sho _ , _ : s tile correct time and file cooking time , Tile displa ) starts of day . changing once tile temperatm'e reaches 100 ° F ( 38 ° C ) , [ ] Touch the CONVECTIONBAKE MULTI / 1RACKor CONVECTION Tile o _ en will continue to cook ti ) r tile ROASTpad . [ / i'ogTammed amotmt of time , then shut off autonmticalb ; mlless tile _ \ IM _ , M t _ ' atm'e ( D ( D ( 5 ) ( D ( D [ ] Touch tile number pads to set tile was set . See the How to Set the Oven for desired o ' _ en temperattu'e , Warmingsection . [ ] Touch tile COOK TIME pad . [ ] Touch tile CLEAR / OFFpatod clear NOTE : ffgourreciperequirepsreheatingyo , u may the displa ) if necessai T . Remo _ e O need to add additional time to the lengthof the the ti ) od fl'om tile oxen . RemembeI ; cookingtime . e ' . en though the ( ) veil ttlFns off autonmficall } , ti ) od left in tile ( ) veil [ ] Totlch tile ntln - lber pads to set tile ® desired length of cooking time . Tile will continue cooking after the o _ en mininmm cooking dine you can set turns oft _ is 1 minum . Tile oven tempemtm'e that you set and tile cooking dine that you enmred will be in tile displa ) : 2 ( )
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ge . com ( U . S . ) www . GEAppliances . c ( aCanada ) How to Set a Delayed Start and Automatic Stop CI0 _ VECTION Youcanset theovencontrolto delay - starttheoven , NOTE . A " n attention tonewill soundff youare cookfora specificlengthof timeand then turnoff usingtimedbakingorroastingand donot touch automatically the STARTpadafter enteringthebakingor roastingtemperature . Make SIlI'e file clock sho _ s file correct time G ( D ( 5 ) ( ? ) ( 5 ) _ ' \ llen die oven turns on at die tillle of day . of de } you hme set , the displa } will ( DG ( ] ) ( ? [ ] Touch the CONVECTIONBAKE show the changing tempemtm'e MULTI / 1 RACKor CONVECTION ( starting at 100 ° F [ 38 ° C ] ) mid the cooking ROAST pad , time . The displa ) starts chinning once the [ ] Touch the nmnber pads to set the tempetatm'e reaches 100 ° F ( 38 ° ( : ) . ( i ) OOOO desired oven temperatm'e . The oven will confintle to cook tbr the OO ( ] ) ( ] ZD [ ] Touch the COOKTIMEpad . programmed amount of time , then shut oft automaficall } , unless the _ ' \ ; M _ . Mteatm'e NOTE " If yourreciperequirespreheating , youmay _ : ls set . See the How to Set the Oven for needto add additionaltime to the lengthof the Warming section . cookingtime . [ ] Touch the CLEAR / OFFpad to clear [ ] Touch the nmnber pads to set the the displa ) if necessa _ } : Remove desired cooking time . ( ? } ( D ( D ( D the food fl'om the oven . Remember ; even though the o ' , en shuts off [ ] Touch the DELAYSTARTpad . @ automaticalb , , ti ) od left in the oven [ ] Touch the nmnber pads to set the will continue cooking after the o ' , en time of de } ) ou want the ( ) ' , el1 to tllI'n ttlrns oII _ on mid stm't cooking . If youwouldlike to checkthe timesyouhaveset , touchtheDELAYSTARTpadto checkthestart time youhaveset , or touchthe COOKTIMEpad to checkthelength of cookingtimeyouhavese _ [ ] Touch the START pad . 21
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Usingthe convectionoven . How to Set the Oven for Convection Roasting when Using the Probe Tile display will flash PROBE and the [ ] _ . _ / en tile internal temperatm'e of tile meat reaches tile nmnber _ ou oven control will signal if the lift > be is have set , tile probe and tile oven inserted into the outlet , ; rod you have not ttlFn Of { and tile oven control For best results when roasting large set a probe teinl / eratul'e and pressed the turkeys and roasts , we recommend signals . To stop tile signal , tou ( h tile STARTpad . usflTg the probe flTcluded t7 the CLEJIR / OFFpad . Use hot pads to COITvectioI7 oven . [ ] Place the oven rock in the position remove tile probe fl'om tile ti ) ocl . that cente _ tile food between the Do not use tongs to pull on it - - they toil and bottom of tile oven . Insert might damage it . the probe into the meat . CONVECTION CAUTIONr : oprevpeonstsbibulme s , [ ] Plug tile Ilrobe into tile outlet in tile oven . Make sure it is Imshed all the donotunplugtheprobefromtheovenoutletuntil way ill . Close tile oven dool : the oven has cooled Do not store the probe lb G ( E ) ( E ) ( E ) ( E ) the oven . [ ] Touch tile CONVECTIONROASTpad . NOTE : ( E ) ( E ) ( E ) ( E ) [ ] Touch tile number pads to set tile desired oven telnilel ' ; ittll'e . ! i _ : If theprobeisremovedfromthe foodbeforall theflbal temperaturies reacheda , tonewi [ ] Touch tile PROBEpad . soundandthedisplaywill flashuntil theprobe is removedfromtheoven . 00000 [ ] Touch tile number pads to set tile desired internal meat teml / eramre . ! i _ : Youwill heara fanwhffecookingwith this E QG ) ( EE feature . Thefanwill sto / _ whenthedooris [ ] Touch tile STARTpad . openedb , ut theheatwill notturnoff When tile oven stmls to heat , tile word ! i _ : Youcanusethekitchentl _ neer venthoughyou @ , LO will be in tile display . cannotusettmedovenoperations . _ Mter the internal temperatm'e of the meat reaches 100 ° F ( 38 ° C ) , the oh ; raging internal ® temperature will be show ) l in the display } . Tochange the oven temperature Convection Roasting Guide during the Convection Roast cycle , Minutes / Lb . touch the CONVECTIONROASTpad Meats ( Mieutes / kg ) Oven Temp . Internal Temp . and then touch the number pads to Beef Rib , BonelessRib , Rare 20 _ 4 ( 44 53 ) 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 140 " F ( 60 ° C ) t set the new desired temperature . TopSirloin Medium 24 _ 8 ( 53 62 ) 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 160 ° F ( 71 ° C ) ( 3to 5 Ibs . [ 1.36kg to 2.27 kg ] ) Well 28 _ 2 ( 62WI ) 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 170 ° F ( 77 ° C ) BeefTenderloin Rare 10 14 ( 2241 ) 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 140 ° F ( 60 ° C ) t Medium 14 18 ( 31 _ 0 ) 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 160 ° F ( 71 ° C ) Pork Bonedn , Boneless ( 3to 5 Ibs . 23 _ 7 ( 51 60 ) 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 170 ' _ F ( 77 ° C ) [ 1.36 kgto 2.27kg ] / Chops ( 1 / 2to 1 " 2 chops 3035 ( 66 - 77 ) total 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 170 ° F ( 77 ° C ) [ 1.3 cmto 2.5 cm ] thick ) 4 chops 36 - 40 ( 77 - 88t ) otal 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 170 ° F ( 77 ° C ) 6 chops 4 % 45 ( 88 - 99t ) otal 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 170 ° F ( 77 ° C ) Ham Canned , Butt , Shank ( 3to 5 Ibs . 14 18 ( 31 _ 0 } 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 140 ° F ( 60 ° C ) [ 1.36 kgto 2.27kg ] fully cooked ) Lomb Bonedn , Boneless ( 3to 5 Ibs . Medium 17 _ 0 ( 37 _ 4 ) 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 160 ° F ( 71 ° C ) [ 1.36 kgto 2.27kg ] ) Well 20 _ 4 ( 44 53 ) 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 170 ° F ( 77 ° C ) Seafeed Fish , Whole ( 3 to 5 Ibs . [ 1.36 kgto 2.27kg ] ) 36 - 40 ( 66 - 88 ) total 400 ° F ( 204 ° C ) LobsterTails ( 6 to 8 oz . [ 170 g to 227g ] each ) 2025 ( 4455 ) total 350 ° F ( 177 ° C ) Poultry Whole Chicken ( 2Vzto 31 / LIbs . 24 _ 6 ( 53 57 ) 350 ° F ( 177 ° C ) 180 ° - 185 ° ( F82 ° - 85 % ) [ 1.13 kgto 1.59kg ] / CornishHens , Unstuffed ( 1to 11 / LIbs . 50 55 350 ° F ( 177 ° C ) 180 ° - 185 ° ( F82 ° - 85 % ) [ 0.45 kgto 0.68kg ] ) ( 110 121 ) total Stuffed ( 1 to 11 / zIbs . 55 60 350 ° F ( 177 ° C ) 180 ° - 185 ° F ( 82 ° - 85 % ) [ 0.45 kgto 0.68kg ] / ( 121 132 ) total Buckling ( 4to 5 Ibs . [ 1.81kgto 2.27 kg ] ) 24 _ 6 ( 53 57 ) 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 180 ° - 185 ° ( F82 ° - 85 % ) Turkey , Whole * Unstuffed ( 10to 16 Ibs . [ 4.54 kgto 7.26 kg ] ) 8 11 ( 18 _ 4 ) 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 180 ° - 185 ° ( F82 ° - 85 % ) Unstuffed ( 18to 24 Ibs . [ 8.16 kgto 10.89kgD 7 10 ( 15 _ 2 ) 325 ° F ( 163 ° C ) 180 ° - 185 ° ( F82 ° - 85 % ) TurkeyBreast ( 4to 6 Ibs . 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ge . com ( U . S . ) Using theproofingandwarmingfeatures , wvvw . GEAp ( pClaiannacdeas ) . ca Theproofing feature maintains a warm environment useful for rising yeast - leavened products . How to Set the Oven For Proofing @ 3 [ ] Place the coxered dough in a dish in [ ] _ . _ hen ) roofino is finished , touch the oxen on shelf B or C . the CLEAR / OFFpad . NOTE : Forbest rasults , cover the doughwith a _ : Toavoid lowering the oven temperature cloth or with graasedp / astic wrap ( the plastic , and fengtheningproofing tlYne , donot may need to beanchoredunderneath the open the ovendoor unnecessarily containerso the oven fan will not Mow it off ) . : : JiC : : heckbraadproducts early to avoid over - proofing . [ ] Touch the PROOF pad and then the ® STARTpad . NOTE : The display will read PrF ( proof ) . _ : Donotusetheproofingmodefor warming foodorkeepingfoodhot Theproofingoven The oven intedor light turns on and temperatureisnothot enoughtoholdfoods remains on dining proofing . at safetemperaturesU . setheWARM feature tokeepfoodwarm . The proofing teattlre automatically provides the optimmn tempemtm'e fin " iJi : P : roofingwill not operatewhenovenis above the proofing process , and therefin'e does 125 ° F ( 52 ° C " ) H . OT " will showin thedisplay not have a temperatm'e ac ! justment . [ ] Set the KITCHENTIMERON / OFFfiw the minim mn proof time . How to Set the Oven For Warming The WARMfi _ amre keeps cooked i _ : Check c _ ispness after 20 - 30 minutes . foods hot . Add time as needed . IMPORTANTNOTES : This teatm'e is not designed to reheat cold food . _ : Foodshouldbekepthotin itscooking To use the WARMfeatm'e , touch the containeor r tramferredto aheat - safe servingdish . WARMpad and then tile STARTpad . To use the WARMteamre after Timed _ : Formoistfoods , coverthemwithanoven - safe lid oraluminumfoil . Baking or Roasting , follow these steps : : : JiF : : riedor crisp foodsdo not need to be covered , [ ] Touch the mode of cooking thatC770N you want to use ( BAKE , CONVE but canbecome too dry if warmed for too long . BAKE MULTI / 1 RACK , or CONVEC770N _ : Repeatedopening of the doorallows the hot ROAST ) . air to escapeand the food to cool . [ ] Touch tile number pads to set tile : : JiA : : llow extra tlYnefor the temperatureinside the oven [ eillpei ' ; ittli'e . oven to stabifl2e after adding items . [ ] Touch the COOKTIMEpad . : : JiW : : ith large loadsit maybe necessaryto cover some of the cooked food items . [ ] Touch the ntllllbeI " pads to set the desired length of cooking time . ! i _ R : emoveservingspoonse , tc . , beforeplacing containersin theoven . [ ] Touch the WARMpad . : : JiD : : o not useplastic containers , lids or p / asflc [ ] Touch the STARTpad . wrap . To Crisp Stale Items CAUTIONi : aecto / cntaliidnsers , : : Ji : P : lace _ ' bod in lo _ sided dishes or pans . or plastic wrap will melt if placed in theoven . : : Ji : F : or best results , place the ti ) ocl items in Me / ted p / astlc may not be removabfeand is not a single layer : Do not stuck . coveredunder your warranty . _ : i , eave them uncovered . 23
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Adjust the oven thermostat - - Do it yourself ! Youmay find that your new oven cooks differently than the one it replaced . Use your new oven for a few weeks to become more familiar with it . If you still think your new oven is too hot or too cold , you can adjust the thermostat yourself . Do not use thermometers , such as those found in grocery stores , to check the temperature setting of your oven . These thermometers may vary 20 - 40 degrees F ( 11 - 22 degrees C ) . NOTE , " This adjustment will only affect baking and roasting temperatures ; # will not affect broiling , convection or self - cleaning temperatures . The adjustment will be retained in memory after apower failure . ToAdjust the Thermostat The oxen temperatm'e can be [ ] T ( > uch the BROIL HI / LO and BAKE [ ] pads at the same time fi ) r 3 seconds a ( ! justed up to ( + ) . , 35 ° F ( IO : ° C ) , hotter or ( - ) 35 F ( 19 ° C ) cooler . until the display shows SE Touch the numl ) er pads the same C ( Z ) ( Z ) ( Z ) [ ] Touch the BAKE pad . A two - digit way you read them . For example , to nmnber shox _ s in the display : 5 ' change the oxen temperatm'e 1 F ( 8 ° C ) , touch I and 5 . Touch BAKE again to alternate between increasing and decreasing _ ' _ hen you haxe made the the oxen temperature . [ ] @ a ( ! justment , touch the STARTpad to go back to the time of day display . Use VOIII " o ' , en as _ ( ) tl would noli / lallv . Thetype ofmargarine will affect baking performance ! Most recipes for baking have been developed us & g high - fat products such as butter or margarine ( 80 % fat ) . If you decrease the fat , the recipe may not give the same results as with a higher - fat product . Recipe failure can result if cakes , pies , pastries , cookies or candies are made with low - fat spreads . The lower the fat content of a spread product , the more noticeable these differences become . U . S . tederal standards require l ) roducts labeled " margarine " to contain at least 80 % tilt by weight . Ixmqht spreads , on the other hand , contain less tilt and more water : The high moisture content of these spreads affects the textm'e and flavor of baked goods . For best results with veto " old tm'orite recipes , use margarine , butter or stick spreads containing at least 70 % vegetable oil . 24
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ge . com ( U . S . ) Usingthe self - cleaning oven . vvww . OEAppliances . c ( aCanada ) The oven door must be closed and all controls set correctly for the cycle to work properly . Before a Clean Cycle _ ' e recommend venting your Do not clean tile gasket . Tile fiberglass kitchen with an open window or using a material ot the oven door gasket cannot withstand abrasion . It is essential fin " tile ventilation tim or hood dtmng tile fi _ t selficlean cycle . gasket to remain intact . If you notice it becoming worn or fl'ayed , replace it . Remoxe tile racks , broiler pan , broiler grid , probe , all cookware and am _ . _ ] l ) e up any heavy spillove _ on tile oven aluminum foil fl'om the oxen , bottom . Tile oxen racks can be self - cleaned , but Wipe up heavy soil on flTeoven Make sure tile oven light bulb cover is in bottom . they will darken , lose their luster and place and the oven light is off . become hard to slide . IMPORTANT ' . Tile health of some birds Soil on tile fl'ont fl'ame of tile range is extremely sensitive to the flm / es given and outside the gasket on the door will off dtwing tile self cleaning cycle of any need to be cleaned bv hand . Clean these range . Move birds to another well - ventilated i'OOlil , areas with hot water ; soap - filled or plastic scom _ ing pads or cleansers such as Soft Scrub ! Rinse well with clean water and dry : How to Set the Oven for Cleaning When tile LOCKEDlight goes off ; you will [ ] Touch tile SELFCLEANLO / STD pad on ( e _ 0i " a 4 - hotli " clean tinle or be able to open tile dora : ( D ( E ) ( 3 ) ( 3 ) ( 3 ) twice tot a 9 _ - hour clean time . _ : Tile word LOCKED will flash and tile C ( E ) ( X ) ( E ) A 3 - horn " seltk'lean time is oven control will signal if you set the recollli / / ended ti ) i " use when clean cycle and tinget to close tile cleanino , _ small , contained spills . A oven ( loo _ : selfk'lean time of 4 hom _ or lonoer _ : To stop a clean cycle , touch tile is recommended fin " a dirtier oxen . CLEAR / OFFpad . _ ] / ell tile LOCKEDlight V _ If a time other than 4 hom _ or goes off indicating the oven has cooled 3 houI _ is needed , use tile nulnber below tile locking temperature , you pads and enter the desired clean will be able to open tile ( loo _ : time . Yo / I C _ lll chancre tile clean tillle to _ IIIV time between 3 hom _ and 5 hom _ , dei ) ending , on how dirt _ , yore " oxen is . [ ] Touch tile START pad . Tile door locks automatically ; Tile display will show the clean time remaining . It will not be possible to open tile oven door tmtil tile temperatm'e drops below tile lock temperature and tile LOCKEDlight goes off ' . 25
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Usingthe self - cleaning oven . The oven door must be closed and all controls must be set correctly for the cycle to work properly . How to Delay the Start of Cleaning The door locks autoniatically : The display [ ] Touch the SELF CLEAN LO / STD pad will show the start tinie . It will not be once fi ) r a 4 - hour clean tiine or ( ZXZ > C # ( Z ( Z twice foi a 3 - houi clean tinle . possible to open the ( ) veil door until the tenii _ erature drops beh ) w the lock A 3 - houi selfk'lean tiine is teinl ) erature and the LOCKEDlight recoilli / lended ] ' ( ) i " rise when goes off . cleaning sinall , c ( nltnined spills . A sel6clean finie of 4 houi _ or lonoer _ 4 ] _ eIl the LOCgEOlight goes off ; you will is reconmiended for a dirtier oxen . be able to open the door . V2 ] ] fa tiine other than 4 houi _ or 3 houI _ is needed , use the nunlber pads and enter the desired clean time . You can change the clean tiine to any tiIne between 5 houi _ and 5 houi _ , dei ) ending , on how dirt _ , your oxen is . [ ] Touch the DELAYSTARTpad . [ ] Using the nunlber pads , enter the tiine of dm you want the clean c _ cle 1o styli't , [ ] Touch the START pad . After a Clean Cycle Y ) ) u nlav notice soine white ash in the iJi : : Y _ ) tI cannot set the oven fin " cooking oven . Wipe it up with a daInp cloth after until the oxen is cool enough for the the ( ) veil cools , door 1o tlnlock . If whitespotsremain , removethemwitha soap - _ : _ 41file the ( ) veil is sel6cleaning , you can filledorplasticscounngpadandrinsethoroughly touch the CLOCKpad to display the with a wnegar and water mixture . tiine of day . To return to the clean countdown , touch the SELFCLEAN These deposits are usually a salt residue that cannot be renioved by the clean LO / STD pad . cycle . _ : If the racks beconie hard to slide , If the oven is not clean after one clean apply a snIall anlount of cooking oil to a paper towel and wipe the edges of the cycle , repeat the cycle . oven racks with the paper towel . 26
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ge . com ( U . S . ) Special featuresof your ovencontrol www . OEApp ( lCiaanncaedsa . c ) a Yournew touch pad control has additional features that you may choose to use . The following are the features and how you may activate them . The special feature modes can only be activated while the display is showing the time of day . They remain in the control's memory until the steps are repeated . When the display shows your choice , touch the STARTpad . The special features will remain in memory after a power failure , except for the Sabbath feature , which will have to be reset . 12 - Hour Shutdown _ th thb features , houldyouforgetandleavethe [ ] Touch the DELAYSTARTpad Imfil ovenon , thecontrolwi / / automaticallyturnoff the noshdn ( no shut - oft ) appeax _ in tile ovenafter 12hoursduringbakbgfunctionsor i _ ( i _ _ i iI _ _ i ! _ ; _ I _ _ _ I ) I ! : iII ! II display . after3hoursduringa broilfunction . _ _ i i I _ i [ ] Touch tile STARTpad to acfix Ite tile If } ou wish to mrn OFF this teatm'e , follow no shut - offand leaxe tile control i _ _ ! i _ _ _ ii _ ! i _ i ! _ i ) ii _ i _ i _ tile steps below . set in this special teatures mode . [ ] Touch the BROIL HI / LOand BAKE pads at tile sanle time fin 3 seconds until tile displa } shows SF Fahrenheit or Celsius Temperature Selection Touch tile COOKTIMEand BROIL Four ovencontrol is set to use the Fahrenheit [ ] i i temperatureselections but youmay changethis HI / LO pads at tile same time . Tile to use the Celsiusselectlbns . display will show F ( Fahrenheit ) . Touch tile COOKTIMEand BROIL [ ] Touch tile BROIL HI / LOand BAKEnds [ ] pads at tile sanle time fin 3 seco HI / LO pads again at tile same time . 5 ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ii @ ii ii tmtil tile displa } shows SF . Tile display will show C ( Celsius ) . [ ] Touch tile START pad . Tonesat the End of a Timed Cycle Touch tile KITCHENTIMERON / OFF At theendof a timedcycle , 3 shortbeepswill [ ] soundfollowedbyonebeepevery6seconds pad . Tile displa ) shows CONBEEP IQiii _ ) j ) ii ( i I _ until theCLEAR / OFpFadls touchedThis ( continuous beep ) . Touch tile contlbua6l - secondbeepmaybecanceled KITCHENTIMERON / OFFpad again . Tile display shows BEEP . To cancel tile 6 - second beep : i _ _ i _ i _ ji ! @ i _ i _ ! ii ) iii ! ii ( This cancels tile one beep [ ] Touch tile BROIL HI / LO and BAKE every 6 seconds . ) pads at tile same time fi ) r 3 seconds Touch tile STARTpad . tmfil tile display shows SF . [ ] 27
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Special featuresof your ovencontrol . Tone Volume _ ÷ ÷ _ Thisfeatureallows you to adjust the tone Touch tile OVEN LIGHT ON / OFFpad volumesto a more acceptable volume . Thereare again . Tile display will show I BEEP . LIGHT threepossible volume levels . This is tile quietest volume level . For each time the level is changed , [ ] Touch tile BROIL HI / LO and BAKE [ ) ads at the sanle time fi ) x 3 seconds , a tone will sound to provide an ® indication ot the w ) lume level . until tile display shows SF . Choose tile desired sound level Touch tile OVEN LIGHTON / OFFpad . [ ] [ ] ( 1 BEEP , 2 BEEP , 3 BEEP ) . Tile displa ) _ dll show 2 BEEP . This is tile high _ olume level . Touch tile STARTpad to activate tile [ ] Touch tile OVEN LIGHT ON / OFFpad lexel shown . again . Tile display _ dll show 3 BEEP . This is tile loudest _ olume level . 12 - Hour , 24 - Hour or Clock Blackout Yourcontrol is set to usea 12 - hourclock . Touch tile CLOCKpad again to change to the 24 hour militm _ ' time clock . The _ i ii iii If you would prefer to have a 24 - hour display will show 24hr . If this is the choice military time clock or black ( ) / it tile clock ii ( iiliiilil iiili ! ; ii ! i you want , touch tile START pad . displav , fi ) llow the steps below . Touch tile CLOCKpad again to black out [ ] Touch tile BROIL HI / tO and BAKEnds the clock displa > The display will show pads at tile same time fi ) r 3 seco OFF . If this is the choice you want , touch tmtil tile display shows SE the STARTpad . [ ] Touch the CLOCK pad once . The NOTE : If theclockis intheblack - oumt odeyou display will show 12hr . If this is will notbeabletousetheDelayStartfunction . tile choice you want , touch tile START pad . 28
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ge . com ( U . S . ) vvww . GEAppliances . ca ( Canada ) Using Auto Recipe TM Conversion Toturn off this feature : Whenusingconvectionbake , theAuto Recipe _ , . , + ÷ Conversionfeature will automatically convert CONVECTION Touch the BROIL HI / LO " and BAKE [ ] enteredregularbaking temperaturesto pads at the same time fo _ 3 seconds convectionbaking temperatures . tmtil the display shows SF . Thedisplaywill show the actual converted Touch the CONVEC770N BAKE [ ] ( reduced ) temperature . Forexample , if you entera MUL77 / 1RACKpad . The displa _ regularrecipe temperatureof 350 ° F ( 177 ° C ) and will show CON ON . Touch the touch the START pad , the display will show CONVECTION BAKE MULTI / 1 RACK CON and the convertedtemperatureof 325 ° F pad again . The display will show ( 763 % CON OFF . NOTE " Thisbatureonlyconvertscooklbg [ ] Touch the START pad . temperaturesn , otcookingtimes . To tm'n on this teature , repeat steps 1 - 3 abo ' _ e but touch the STARTpad when CON ON is in the display . 29
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Usingthe SabbathFeature . ( Designed for use on the Jewish Sabbath and Holidays , ) ( on some models ) TheSabbathfeature can be usedfor baking / roastingonlg It cannot be usedfor convection , broiling , self - cleaning or DelayStart cooking . NOTET : heovenlightcomesonautomaticalwlyhenthedooris openedandgoesoffwhenthedooris closedT . hebulbmayberemovedS . eetheOven LighRt eplacemesnet ctionO . nmodelswithalightswitchonthecontropl anelt , heovenlightmaybeturnedonandlefton . How to Set for Regular Baking / Roasting Make sure the clock shows the correct time of day and Llsing the nmnt ) er pads , enter the [ ] the oven is oK desired teintlemutr ( ber _ een 170 ' F ( 77 ' C ) and 550 ' F ( 288 ( y . No s gnal o " ] buch and hold both the BROIL H / / tO [ ] wmtlerat ure x _ ill be given . and BAKE l / ads , atthe same time , mltil Tou ( h the START lind . the disl ) lay s ] lows SE [ ] NOTE : H bake or broil appears in the After a random delay l ) ( riod of [ ] ( ] ispl ; _ y , the BROIL HI / tO and BAKE I ) ads allt ) roxiinatel ) 30 se ( ( mds to 1 minute , % ere HOt tO / l ( ] le ( l HI tlle SHill ( ' til / le + D c will apl ) em : in th ( displ m Touch the CLEAR / OFFlmd and bcg4n indi ( ating that tile o _ ( n is baking ! roasting . IID c doesn't appear in tile display , start again at Step 4 . 1 _ ] Tall the DELAY START pad ttntil SAb bath When the display shows D the appears in the disl ) l m . To a ( ! jtlst tile oxen temperature , touch tile oven is set in Sabbath . When the BAKEI ) ad , enter th ( n ( w tempeF4ture using display shows D C the oven is ] Touch the START pad and D will appear tile mmll ) er pads and touch th ( STARTpad . bakflTg / roasting . in the disl ) la ? + . NOTE : Th ( CLEAR / OFFand COOK TIME pads will ] Tottch the BAKE pad . No signal will flmction din + inK tile Sabbath tcamre . be _ ixen . How to Set for Timed Baking / Roasting - Immediate Start and Automatic Stop Makesuretheclockshowsthecorrecttimeof dayand ] Tott ( h the STARTt ) ad . theovenis off , f _ ] " lbtt ( h and hold both the BROIL HI / LO and ] Tottch the BAKE pad . No signal will l ) e I / I BAKE t ) ads , at the same time , m / til the display shows SE ] UsiHg the mtn / 1 ) er pads , eHter tile NOTE : It bake or t ) roil apl ) ears in the desired te ) / / t ) elTatttl ? e . No sigl / al or ( lisplay , the BROIL HI / LOand BAKE1 ) ads ten / t ) eratttre / rill 1 ) e gdxen . _ r _ ' ] : _ ' not tou ( hed at the same time . ] Tott ( h the START t ) ad . Touch the CLEAR / OFFpad and begin again . , \ fter a random delay t ) eriod of [ ] at ) t ) roximatel " _ 30 seconds to 1 minute , 1 _ ] Tal ) the DELAYSTART pad until SAb batH at ) t ) ears in tile dist ) lay . D G ' + * , rilall ) pear ill tile displa } indicating that the oven is baking / roasting . If D C ] " Ib / tch the START pad and D * + ' + rialtl ) t ) ear doesn't at ) pear in the disl ) lay , start ag _ fin When the display shows D the in the display . oven is set in Sabbath . When the at Step 7 . [ _ 1 " lbtt ( h the COOK TIME pad . display shows D C the oven is 171 To a ( ! illSt tile ( ) , + ell temt ) emmre , touch tile bakflTg / roasting . BAKEt ) ad , enter tile new tenlt ) emture using " Ib / t ( h the numl > er 1 ) ads to set the [ ] tile nmnber t ) ads and touch tile START1 ) ad . desired length ot ( ooking time t ) etvvr ( _ ( ! ll 1 mimtte and 9 hours and 99 mimttes . When cooking is tinishe ( I , th ( display ' + , + rill The ( ookillg tll / / e that rOll elltere ( t will change / i : om D C to D and 0 : _ 0will al ) l ) ear 1 ) e dist ) layed . indicating that the o _ m has turned OFFbut is still set in Sal ) bath . l ) . emove tile cooked / i ) od . How to Exit the Sabbath Feature Tottch the CLEAR / OFFt ) ad . [ ] ] ( _ hoose 12shdn , in ( ti ( ating that the oxen will atttonlaticalh ' ttlnJ , off a / + ter 12 horn's or no shdn , indi ( atiug that the oxen will It " the o ' + en is cooking , wait for a nmdom [ ] llOt atltOl / / ati ( allv ttlrll OfT " afler ] 2 hotlFS . delay t ) eriod of apt ) roximately 30 seconds to 1 minute , m / til only D ] " lbuch the STARTt ) ad vd / en the option is in the displa } . that xo / t want is in the displa } ( 12shdn or no shdn ) . " Ibuch and hold both the BROIL HI / tO [ ] and BAKE 1 ) ads , atthe same time , until NOTE : II a 1 ) ow ( q " outage o ( ( urred while I ! IiII @ i ? iiiiiiiiii i the o , + ( ' n _ r _ S i _ Sal ) t ) ath , the o _ en ' + , + ' ill the dist ) lay shows SE a / ltOl / latica ] ] v ttlrll ott ' aI / d slav oil e , + el / " [ _ tl ) the DELAY START t ) ad tmtil 12shdn [ ] 30 when tile t ) ower rettllTI / S . The ovell or no shdn al ) l ) ears in the display . control lIltlSt be reset .
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ge . com ( U . S . ) Careand cleaning of the range , www . OEAppliances . ca ( Canada ) Be sure aft controls are off and aft 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 reengaged properly when the range is replaced . Failure to take this precaution could result in tipping of the range and cause injury . How to RemoveProtective ShippingFilm and Packaging Tape Carefully grasp a corner of the protective To assm'e no damage is done to the shipping fihn with your finge _ and slowly finish _ fftile product , tile saiest way to } ) eel it fl'om the appliance stli _ ilce . Do remove the adhesive ti'om packaging tape not use any shaq ) items to remove the on new appliances is an application of a film . Remove all ot the film betore using household liquid dishwashing detergent . the appliance fin " the fi _ st time . Apply with a soft cloth and allow to soak . NOTE . " Theadhesivemust beremoved fromall parts . / t cannotbe removedif it is baked on . Control Knobs Tile knobs can be cleaned in a Thecontrolknobsmay be removedfor easier c / eanlbg , dishwasher or they may also be washed with soap and waml : Make sure tile insides Make sure tile knobs are in tile OFF of tile knobs are dry be % re repladng . positions and pull them straight off tile stems fin " cleaning . Replace tile knobs ill tile OFFposition to ensure pYopel " placement . Burner Assembly Tile bm'ner assemblies should be washed Be careflfl not to push ill any cooktop regularly and , of coui _ e , after spillovei _ . controls while cleaning the cooktop . A slight electrical shock might result Turnall controlsoff before removingburnerparts . which could cerise veil tO knock over hot cookware . Tile bm'ner grates , bm'ner heads and btlYneY caps can be i'eliloved J [ Oi " easy _ . V _ sh burner parts with an alli ) ml ) ose cleaning . non - abrasive cleaner and wali / l watei : Burner can The electrode ot the spark igniter is Soak stubborn soil . Dry thenl with a cloth - - - < lo not reassemble while wet . Burnerheac eN ) osed beyond tile suYlilce ot tile burner base . _ , _ ] / en cleaning tile cooktop , To reassemble , replace tile burner head be caretul not to snag the electrode ot Electrode _ Burner base fiIst , then the bm'ner cap and finally the the spark igniter with yore " cleaning burner grate . Be sm'e the pins ill the cloth . Damage to the igniter could occm : CAUTION : DO NOT OPERATETHE burner head are properly located ill tile Toavoid snagging a cloth on the spark BURNER WlTHOUTALL BURNER burner base holes . PARTSIN PLACE . igniter , leave the burner heads inplace when cleaning the cooktop . 3 /
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Careand cleaning of the range . BurnerGratesand VentGrille Porcelain emnnel burner grates and the grate . The finish on the grate ma ) chip without cookware to absorb the heat . _ ent grille should be washed regularly and , of com _ e , atter spillo _ e _ . _ Mter cleaning , replace the center vent The grates ma _ be washed either in the grille fi _ t . Replace the side grates so that dishwasher or you may wash them in hot the center extensions are oriented toward soap ) ' water and rinse with clean water : the center of the cooktop . The rear _ i _ ) / l IllaV also rise al ) rasi \ ' e cleane _ and center extensions should slightly overlap scom _ ing pads to clean bm'ner grates aild the vent grille . Make sm'e the grates are the vent grille . D U the grates and grille positioned securely over the burne _ and that they are stable and level . with a cloth - - - < lon't put them back on the cooktop wet . Rubber Grate Feet To get rid of burned - on food , place the For stability , your cooktop has rubber grates and grille in a covered containe _ : teet on tile burner grates . If any of these Add 1 / 4 cup ( 59 mi , ) ammonia and let rubber feet should become damaged or them soak several hom _ or overnight . lost , replace them immediately . _ 4hsh , rinse well and ( h _ ' . To order replacement robber gram feet , _ Mthough they're durable , the grates please call ore " toll - ti'ee mmfl ) er : and grille will gradually lose their shine , National Parts regardless oI the best care you can give Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800.626.2002 ( U . S . ) them . This is due to their continual 800.661.1616 ( Canada ) exposure to high temperatures . ge . cem ( U . S . ) Do not operate a burner for an extended www . GEAppliances . ca ( Canada ) period of time without cookware on the Rubber Grate Feet . . . . . . . # WBO2T10101 Oven tight Bulbs Socket NOTE . " The glass cover should be removed only when coM . Wearing latex gloves may offer a better grip . i ReceDtae CAUTIONBeforreeplaciynogur oven light bulb , disconnect the electrical power to the oven at the main fuse or _ ' _ iiiIi circuit breaker panel i i i i i Be sm'e to let the light ro ; er and bulb use g ores or ClO [ n cool completely . For yotlr sate _ ' , do llot totlch a hot bulb " Y 1 Glasscover with bare hands or a damp cloth . Toremove : [ ] Push the bulb straight into the receptacle all the win . [ ] Tm'n the glass coxer rounterdockwise 1 / 4 tm'n until the [ ] Place the robs of the glass cover into tails ot the glass coxvr clear the the grooves of the socket , Turn tile grooxvs ot the socket . glass co \ er clockwise 1 / 4 mrn to engage , [ ] Using glo _ es or a dr _ cloth , remoxe . the bulb b } l _ ullin ° _ it , strai _ , , ht , out For impro \ vd lighting inside tile oven , clean the glass co \ er Toreplace : fi'equently using a wet cloth . This [ ] Llse a ne _ 130 - _ olt halogen bulb , should be done when the oven is not to exceed 50 watts . ronq ) letely cool . [ ] Using , _ _ olo _ es or a dr _ cloth , remo _ e the bulb fl'om its pqcka * in , * Do not ] I _ e ( om ] e ( t ele ( trical power to 32 the o ' _ ell , touch the bulb with bare finge _ .
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ge . com ( U . S . ) www . GEAppliances . c ( aCanada ) Broiler Pan and Grid Do not dean the broilerpan or grid in a If fi } od has bm'ned on , sprinkle the grid self - cleaningoven . with detergent while hot and cover with J wet paper towels or a dishcloth . Soaking _ dter broiling , remove the broiler pan Do not store a soiled broiler pan the pan will remove bm'ned - on fi ) ods . fl'oln the oven . Relnove the grid fl'oln the and grid anywhere in flTerange . Both the broiler pan and grid may be cleaned with pan . Careflllly l ) Otu " otlt the grease fl'oln a commercial oven cleaner the pan into a proper containei : Washand rinse the broi / er pan andgrid in hot Both the broiler pan and grid can also be water with a soap - filled or p / asticscouringpad { ' leaned in a dishwasheI : Storage Drawer Removal To remove the drawer : To replace the drawer : [ ] Pull the drawer out until it stops . [ ] Place the drawer rails on the guides . [ ] Lift the front of the drawer until the [ ] Push the drawer back ] toOl it stops . il Stopguide stops clear the guides . [ ] Lift the front { } f the drawer and push back until the stops clear the [ ] Reinoxe the drawei ; guides . [ ] i , ower the front of the drawer and push back until it closes . Oven Racks and Convection Roasting Rack Roastingrack M1 oven i'aclcs and the convecdon the self : cleaning cycle , but they will roastim , rack max be cleaned by hand lose their luster and become hard to Ovenrack with an abrasive cleaner or steel wool . slide . It will be necessm T to grease all _ Mter cleaning , rinse the racks with clean oven rack side edges with a light coadng water and { liT with a clean cloth . Gray of vegetable oil after cleaning them by porcelain - coated oven racks may remain hand or in the oven . This will hel I ) in the { } veil during the selt _ leaning cycle maintain the ease ot sliding the racks ill and out of the oven . without being dan / aged . The convection roasting rack and nickel - plamd oven racks Inav relnain in the { } veil during 33
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Careand cleaning of the range . Cleaning the Oven Door on tile outside ot tile doo _ : Do not let To clean the inside of the door : water drip into tile vent openings . _ Because tile area inside tile gasket is If anv stain on tile door vent trim is cleaned during tile selt _ ' lean c _ cle " _ ou do not need to clean this by hand . persistent , use a soft abrasive cleaner and a sponge - scrubber fi : , r best results . iJi : : Tile area outside tile gasket and Do not rub or cleanthe door gasket - - tile door liner can be cleaned with a Spillage oI marinades , fl'uitj uices , it hasan extremelylow resistance to abrasion . tomato sauces and basting materials soap - filled or plastic scotwing pad , If you notice the gasketbecomingworn , hot water and detergent . Rinse well containing acids may cause frayed ordamagedin anyway or if it has discoloration and should be wiped with a vinegar and water solution . become displacedon the door , youshould up immediately . _ A ] / en surti _ ce is cool , haveit replaced . To clean the outside of the door : clean and rinse . _ ; Use soap and water to thoroughly Do not use oxen cleanei3 , cleaning clean tile rap , sides and fl'ont of tile powders or harsh abrasixes on tile oven dooi : ] _ dnse well . Y ( ) / I Ill , IV also outside of the doo _ : use a glass cleaner to clean the glass Lift - Off Oven Door Thedooris veryheavy . Be carefulwhen With tile Bottom Hingearm [ ] door at tile edge removingandlifting thedoor . same angle as of slot X Donotlift thedoorby thehandle . tile removal Slot Toremovethe deer . " position , seat tile indentation of Fully open tile dora : the hinge am / [ ] into tile bottom Pull tile hinge locks down toward [ ] edge of tile hinge tile door fl'ame , to tile tmlocked slot . Tile notch in tile hinge am / position . A tool , such as a small must be flfllv seated into tile bottom fiat - blade screwdrixe _ ; may be of tile slot . reqtfired . Hingelock Full ) open tile dooi : If tile door will [ ] Firefly , m _ s , ) both sides of tile door Pull hinge locks down to unlock . [ ] not flfll ) open , the indentation is at the top . not seated correctly in tile bottom edge oI the slot . Close door to tile door remoxal [ ] position , which is haltwm between [ ] Push tile hinge locks up against tile tile broil stop position m _ d flflly front fl'ame of tile oxen caxitv to tile closed . locked position . [ ] I , ifl door up and out tmfil tile hinge aml is clear of the slot . Toreplacethe door : Removal position arm _ / i [ ] Fimflv , _ oraso , t both sides ot tile door at tile top . Hingelock _ _ _ ( _ ) Push hinge locks up to lock . [ ] Close tile oxen door : 34
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ge . com ( U . S . ) www . GEAppliances . c ( aCanada ) Stainless Steel Surfaces ( on some models ) Do not use a steel wool pad ; it will scratch To inquire about i ) urchasing stainless the surface . steel appliance cleaner or polish , or to find the location of a dealer or Camco To clean the stainless steel smti _ ce , Parts Store nearest you , please call our use warn / sudsy water or a stainless steel toll - free number : cleaner or polish . _ Mways wipe the surfi _ ce in the direction of the grain . Follow the National Parts Center 1.800.626.2002 ( U . S . ) cleaner instructions fiw cleaning the 1.800.661.1616 ( Canada ) stainless steel surfi _ ce . ge . com ( U . S . ) www . GEAppliances . c ( aCanada ) Painted Surfaces Do not rise COillillei'cial ( wen cleaneis _ Painted surfi _ ces include the top and sides ot the dooL and the drawer fl'ont . cleaning l ) ow ( le _ , steel wool or hm _ h Clean these _ fl _ soap and water or abrasives on any painted surti _ ce . a \ ' inegar and water solution , Oven Vent The ( wen is vented through an opening prevent the oven vent fl'oIn _ x ) i'king in the cooktop under the grille . l ) rol ) erly . / - V ° \ Centerverlt @ Never cover the opening with ahmfinum toil or any other material . This would Control Panel If desiredt , he touchpadsmaybeturnedoff _ l _ ) tl II / _ ly also tlse a glass cleaner before cleaning . Remove heavier soil with warn / soap ) ' See the ControlLockoutsection . _ te _ : Do not use abrasives of any kind . Turnon the touchpads a _ er cleanlbg . Clean up splatte _ with a damp cloth . Removable OvenFloor Ovenfloor To remove the oven floor for easier V _ Clean the oven floor with warn / cleaning : soapy watet ; IMPORTANTA ' . l _ ; _ y _ replace the [ ] Remoxe the oxen door using the instructions in the Lift - Off Oven Door remox : d ) le floor before the next use . section . [ ] Grasp oxen floor at the rear finger slots on each side , lift it up , push it 1 ) ack and pull it ( ) tit . 35
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Cleaningtheglass cooktop . Control Lockout @ Be , i . n , lo , ck . in / e tile LOCR / IJNffLOOLC3OSKECONDS Controi Lockoutsectiom Normal Daily Use Cleaning ONLY use CERAI _ , L _ BRYTE _ Ceramic [ ] Ilemove tile burner grates and Cooktop Cleaner * on tile glass cooktop . vent grille . Other creams may not be as effective , [ ] Shake tile cleaning creanl _ ell . To maintain and protect tile surtace of Appl ) a fbx _ drops of CERAI _ Lh BRYTE " Ceranlic Cooktop Cleaner * your glass cooktop , fl ) llow these steps : directl ) to tile cooktop , [ ] gefiwe ttsing tile cooktop fi > r Atile first time , clean it with CERAM [ ] Use a paper towel or ( ; ERAi _ L _ BR ) rTE ® to BRYTE : ' Ceramic Cooktop Cleaner . * cleaning , Ilad ibr ( _ ermlliC Cooktops * This helps protect tile top and clean the entire cooktop surfl _ ce . Cleanyour cooktopafter makes cleanut / easien each spill . Use CERAMA [ ] Use a dry cloth or paper towel to BRYTE ® CeramicCooktop remove all cleaning residue . No [ ] Daily rise of CEIL _ ' dA BRYTE _ > Cleaner . * need to rinse . Ceranfic Cooktop Cleaner * will help keep tile cooktop looking new . NOTE : It is veryimportantthatyouDONOTheat thecooktopunti / it hasbeenc / eanedthorough / y Burned - On Residue WARNING : DAMAGEto yourg / asssurface Using a CEILz _ dMABRYTE < _ > [ ] mayoccurif you usescrubpadsother than the cleaning pad fiw Ceranfic pad includedwith yourcooktop . Cooktops * , iub tile residue area , applying pressure as needed . ] / _ dlow tile cooktop to cool . Use a CERAMA BRYTE ' _ Cleaning If any residue remains , repeat tile Pad for Ceramic Cooktops . _ [ ] [ ] Remoxe tile burner grates and xent , Tille steps listed above as needed . For additional protection , after all [ ] [ 7 _ ] Spread , a few drops of CEI _ kMACleaner * residue has been removed , polish BRYFE < ' Ceranlic ( _ ooktop tile entire surface with CERAMA ( m tile entire burned residue area . BR _ q'E : ' Ceramic Cookto ) Cleaner * and a paper towel . Heavy , Burned - On Residue ( 3EI , U _ d'vIA BRYTE ° Ceranfic [ ] _ Mlow tile cooktop to cool . ( _ ooktop Cleaner * on tile entire [ ] Remove tile burner grates and burned residue area . Use a vent grille . CEILZ _ d'vIA BRYTE e > cleaning pad fi ) r The CERAMA BRYTE * _ Ceramic Ceranfic ( ) ) oktops * to remove any [ ] Use a single - edge razor blade Cooktop Scraper * and all remaining residue . scraper at approxinmtely a 45 ° recommended suppfies are angle against the glass surtace available through our Parts Cente _ For additional protection , See itTstructions under " To Order [ ] and scrape the soil . It will be alter all residue has been Parts " section on next page . necessai T t ( ) apply pressure to the removed , polish tile entire NOTE : Do not use a dull or I'HZOI " SCI'apeI " ill oYdeI " to YelllOVe surface with CERAMA BRYTE ' ) nicked blade . tile residue . ( _ eramic Cooktop Cleaner * and a paper towel . ' I _ razor ] _ Mter scra ) ill ( , with tile scraper , spread a few dr ( / ps of * l'b ) Canadian models , use a Cam . _ - a [ ) [ m > ved ( quivahm / wke _ l CITL IMA BI ¢ Y77 tin ) ducts all . _ o ! avgdlable .
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ge . com ( U . S . ) Glasssurface - - potential forpermanentdamage , www . GEAppliances . ca ( Canada ) Sugaryspillovers ( suchas Damage from Sugary Spills and Melted Plastic jellies , fudge , candy , syrups ) [ ] Turn off all suI _ ii _ ce units and , _ fith [ ] An ) renlaining spilloxer sh ( iuld be ormeltedplasticscan cause } lIl ( ) veil mitt , reillove hot p } lils and left until the sui'ti _ ce of the cooktop pitting ofthesurfaceofyour has cooled , grates . cooktop ( notcoveredby the warranty ) unlessthespillis ] _ , Vearhlo an o _ en Initt : ] Don't use tile stiiti _ ce units again removedwhile stillhot . until all of tile residue has been a . Use a single - edge razor blade Specialcare shouldbe taken scraper ( CEI _ MA BRYTE _ coinpletely rein ( ) ved . whenremovinghotsubstances . ( _ erainic ( : ooktop Scraper * ) to NOTE : / fp / tting or indentationin theglass inove the spill to a cool area oil Besuretousea new , sharp surfacehasalready occurred , thecooktopglass the cooktop , will have to be replaced In this case , service will razorscraper . benecessa _ / Donot usea dullornicked b , Reinove the spill with blade . paper t ( ) wels , To Order Parts To order ( : EI _ dMA BRYTE ' _ ( _ ei'ainic ( : ooktop Cleaner and tile cooktop scraper ( or ( _ ainco - approved equivalent product in Canada ) , please call our toll - fl'ee n tlIlI beI ' : NationalParts Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800.626.200 ( 2U.S . ) 800.661.161 ( 6Canada ) ge . com ( U . S . ) www . GEAppliances . ca ( Canada ) CERAMABRYTE ® Ceramic CooktopCleaner . . . . . . . . . . . _ WXTOX300 CERAMABRYTE _ Ceramic CooktopScraper . . . . . . . . . . . _ WXIOX0302 Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . # WB64XS027 ( Kitincludescreamandcooktopscraper ) CERAMABRYTE _ CleaningPadsfor CeramicCooktops * . . . . . . . . _ WXTOX350 37
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Beforeyoucall forservice . . . Troubleshooting - tips Save time and money ! Review the charts on the following pages first and you may not need to call for service . What ToDo Possible Causes • Use the ill ustrafions beh > w to ( letemfine if vour burner Burnershaveyellow or The combustion quality of flalnes are hernial . If burner flalnes look lilce A , call fin . yellow - tippedflames burner flmnes needs to be service . Nomml burner flames should look like B or C . determined visually , depending on the Dpe of gas you use . With I , P gas , some yellow tipping on outer cones is nomaal . A - Yellow flames B - Yellow tips C - Softblue flames Call for service onouter cones Normal for natural Normalfor LPgas gas Control knobs Igaaob isn't pushed down . • To turn from the OFF l ) osition , push the knob in and will not turn then turn . Burners do Plug on range is not • Make sure electl " i ( ' al l _ lug , is l ) lugged , , into a live , l ) roperly not light completely inserted ha the grounded outlet . electrical outlet . Gas supply not commcted • See the Installation Instructions that came with your or turned on . l ' ; lU re A fuse ha your home may be • Replace the fl / se ( > r reset the circuit breakel : blown or the circuit breaker tripped . Burner parts not replaced • See the Careand cleaningof the range section . correctly . Control Lockout feature • / t LOC ONal ) l ) ears in the display , the oven control is is activated locked . Ttu'u this feature off to use the oven . See the Control Lockout section . Ticking soundof spark Control knob is still • Turn the knob out of the LITE position to the desired igniterpersistsafter ha the LITEposition , setfin burnerlights • Ttu'n the burner off and relight . / f ticking is still l ) reseut , call tot service . Burner flames very hnproper air to gas ratio . • / f range is connected to l , P gas , check ; ill steps large or yellow in the Installation Instructions that came with VO / / I " l ' ; In _ e Ovenlightdoes Light bulb is loose or defective . • Tighten or replace the btdb . not work Switch operating • ( ; : Ill fl : , r service . light is broken . Oven will not work Plug on range is not completely • Make sure electrical l ) lug , is l ) lugged , , into a live , l ) roperly inserted ha the electrical outlet , grounded outlet . A fuse in your home may be • Rel ] lace the fl / se ( : , r reset the circuit breaker : blown or the circuit breaker tripped . _ Oven controls improperly set . • See the Using the oven section .
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ge . com ( U . S . ) www . GEAppliances . ca ( Canada ) : i _ i _ J / i ! _ Possible Causes What To Do Food does not bake • See the Using the oven section . Oven controls hnproperly set . or roast properly • See the Using the oven section . Rack position is incorrect or the rack is not level . Incorrect cookware or • See tile Using the oven section . cookware of improper size being used . Oven thermostat needs • See tile Adjust the oven thermostat - Do it yourself [ adjustment , section . Food does not Oven controls improperly set . • Make sure VOt / touch the BROIL HI / LOpad . broil properly hnproper rack position • See tile Broiling Guide . being used . Cookware not suited • Use tile broiling pma mad grid that came with your rauge . for broiling . The probe is plugged into the • Uu . } ) lug , and l'elliOVe the probe from the oven . outlet ha the oven . Ahtmhmm foil used on the • See the Using the oven section . the broiling pan mid grid has not been fitted properly and slit as recommended . In some areas the power • Preheat the broil element tin " 10 ufiuutes . ( voltage ) may be low . • Broil tor the hmgest period of time recolmneuded in the Broiling Guide . Oven temperature Oven thermostat • See the Adjust the oven thermostat - Do it yourself [ too hot or too cold needs adjustment , section . Oven dooris crooked The door is out of position . • Because the oven door ix remowd ) le , it SOluetimes gets out of position din'lug installation . Remove and replace the oven door . See the Lift - Off Oven Door sectiou . Storage drawer Rear drawer support is • Repositiou the drawer . See the Storage Drawer is crooked on top of the guide rail . Removalinstructions in the Care and cleaning of your range section . Storage drawer Power cord may be • Repositiou the drawer and power cord . See the won't close obstructing drawer Storage Drawer Removal instructions in the Care and in the lower back cleaning of your range sectit m . of the range . Rear drawer support is • ] leposition the drawer . See the Storage Drawer Removal instructions in the Care and cleaning of on top of the guide rail . your range section . 39
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Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting tips Possible Causes What To Do Clock and timer do Plug on range is not completely * Make sure electrical l ) lug , is l ) lugged , , into a live , properly not work inserted in the electrical outlet , grounded outlet . A fuse in your home * Replace tile t / so or reset tile circuit breaker : may be blm _ l or the circuit breaker tripped . Oven controls improperly set . * See the Using the clock and timer section . Oven will not self - clean The oven temperature is * ? dh > w the range to cool and reset the controls . too high to set a self - clemz operation . Oven controls improperly set . * See the Using the self - cleaning oven sectiou . The probe is plugged into * Remove the probe fi'om the oven . the outlet in the oven . " Crackling " or This is the sound of the * This is normal . " popping " sound metal heating and cooling during both the cooking and cleaning functions . Excessive smoking Excessive soil . * Touch the CLEAR / OFFpad . Open the windows to during a clean cycle rid the room of smoke . XA'ait tmtil the LOCKEDlight goes off . _ 4 " ipe up the excess soil and reset the clean cvcle , Oven door will not Oven too hot . * Alh > w the oven to cool below locking temperature . open after a clean cycle Ovennot clean after a Oven controls not properly set . * See the Using the self - cleaning oven section . Oven was heavily soiled . * Cleau up heavv , spillovers before , startiu , _ the cleau cycle . Heavily soiled ( > vens may ueed to sell = cleau again , or for a lou , _ er , _ period of time . " LOCKED " flashes The self - cleml cycle has been * Ch ) se the oven door . in the display selected hut the door is not closed . " LOCKED " light is The oven door is locked * Touch the CLEAR / OFFpad . Allow the oven to cool . on when you want because the temperature to COOk inside the oven has not dropped below the locking temperature . " F - - - and a number You have a fm _ ction error code . * Touch the CLEAR / OFFpad . Put the oven back into orletter " flash operadon . in the display If the function code repeats . * Disconnect all power to the range for ; at least 30 seconds and then reconnect power . If the flmction err ( > r code repeats , call f ( > r serxice . 4O
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ge . com ( U . S . ) www . GEAppliances . ca ( Canada ) Possible Causes What To Do Control signals after You forgot to enter a • Touch tile BAKE pad and desired temperature or entering cooking time bake temperature or tile SELF CLEAN LO / STD pad and desired clean time . or start time cleaning time . Display goes blank A fuse in your home may • Replace the fi / se or reset the circuit breaker : be blown or the circuit breaker tripped . The clock is in the • See the Special features of your oven control section . black - out mode . Display flashes Power failure . • Reset the clock . Unable to get the Oven control pads were • The BROIL HI / LO and BAKE pads must be touched at displayto show " SF " not touched properly , the same time and held fm 3 seconds . " Probe " appears in This is reminding you to • Enter a probe temperature . the display enter a probe temperature after plugging ha the probe . Power outage , Power outage or surge . • Reset the clock . / f the oven was in use you must reset clock flashes it by , touching , tile CLEAR / OFFpad , , settino _ the clock and resetting ; u ] y ( ' ookil ] g flu ] ( ' tion . Steam from the vent When using the convection • This is normal . feature , it is normal to see steam coming out of the oven vent . As the number of racks or amount of food being cooked increases , the amount of visible stemn will increase . " Burning " or " oily " This is normal in a new oven • To speed tile process , set a self - clean cycle f ( : , r a odoremittingfrom and will disappear in time , minimum of 3 hem's . See tile Using the self - cleaning the vent o _ ei ] sectioi ] . Strongodor An odor from the insulation • This is tempora _ T . around the inside of the oven is normal for the first few times the oven is used . Fannoise A cooling fan or a convection • This is normal . Tile cooling fan will turn off and fan ( depending on the on to cool internal parts . It may mn after tile oven is function you axe using ) ] nay turi ] ed OFF . The convection tim will cycle on and off automatically turn on mad off . until the flmction is over or the door is opened . 4 /
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Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting tips Possible Causes What ToDo Scratches ( mayappear Incorrect clemfiug • Scratches are not remo _ al ) le . Tin ) scratches will as cracks ) oncooktop methods being used . becon / e less xisible in time as a result of cleaning . glasssurface Cookware with rough bottoms • To axoid scratches , use tile recommended cleaning being used or coamse particles l ) rocedures . Make s / Ire bottolns of cookware are clean ( salt or sand ) were between betore use , and use cookware with slnootl / bottolns . the cookwaxe and the surface of the cooktop . Cookware has been slid across the cooktop surface . Areas of discoloration Food spillovers not cleaned • See tile Cleaning the glass cooktop section . before next use . on the glass cooktop surface Hot surface on a model • This is normal . Tile surtace ma ) appear discolored with a light - colored cooktop , when it is hot . This is temporary and will disappear as the glass cools . • See the Glass surface - potential for permanent Plastic melted Hot cooktop came into damage section in tile Cleaning the glass cooktop to the glass cooktop contact with plastic placed surface section . surface on the hot cooktop . Pitting ( or indentation ) Hot sugar mixture spilled • Call a qualified technician for replacement . of the cooktop on the cooktop . 42
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GEGasRange Warranty . ( Focr . stomeinrtsheUniteSdtates ) All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers , Staple your receipt here . or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . To schedule service , Proof of the original on - line , 24 hours a day , vis # us at ge . com , or carl 800 . GE.CARES purchase date is needed to ( 800.432.2737 ) . Please have serial number and model number obtain service under the available when calling for service . warrantz GE Will Replace : Anypatt of the range which tifils due to a defect in materials or workmanship . During this Fromthe date of the limited one - year warranty , GE will also provide , free of charge , all labor and in - home service to originalpurchase replace the defecti \ ' e part . : : Ji : S _ ervice trips to your home to teach you how to use : : Ji : D _ amage to the glass cooktop caused by use of cleaners the product . other than the recommended demfing creaJ _ ts . iJi : : Improper h _ stallation , delivery or maintenance . : : Ji : R _ eplacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . _ : Failure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other than the intended purpose or _ : Damage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . used commercially . : : Ji : D : mnage to the glass cooktop caused by hardened : : Ji : I _ ncidental or consequential damage caused by possible spills of sugary materials or melted plastic that defects with this applimlce . axe not clem _ ed according to the directions in iJi : _ Damage caused after delivery . the Owner's Manual . iJi : _ Product not accessible to provide required service . Warranty . Any implied warranties , including the impfied warranties of merchantability orfitness for a particular purpose , EXCLUSIONOFIMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repak as provided in this Limited are limited to one Fear or the shortestperiod allowed by law . 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 maybe responsible for a trip charge or you maybe 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 5O
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GEGasRange Warranty . ( Focr . stomeinrsCanada ) Aft warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers Staple your receipt here . or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . For service , Proof of the original carl 1.800.361.3400 . Please have serial number and model number purchase date is needed to available when calling for service . obtain service under the warrant _ Camco Will Replace : Anypattot the range which tifils due to a detect in materials or workmanshii ) . During this Fromthe date of the limited one - year warranty , ( : amco will also proxide , free of charge , all labor and in - home originalpurchase serxice to replace the defecti _ e part , _ : Service trips to your home to teach you how to use ! i / : Dmnage to the glass cooktop caused by use of clem _ ers the product . other than the recommended clemlhlg cretans . ! i / : Improper installation , delivery or maJntenat _ ce . ! i / : Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . : : Ji : F : ailure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other thaa _ the intended purpose or used iJi : : Dmnage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . commercially . _ : Dmnage to the glass cooktop caused by hardened _ : h _ cidentaJ or consequential dmnage caused by possible spills of sugm'y materials or melted plastic that axe not defects with this appliance . cleaned according to the directions hi the Owner's : : Ji : D : mnage caused after delivery . Mmmal . ! i / : Product not accessible to provide required service . Warranty . Any implied warranties , including the implied warranties of merchantabilily or fitness for a particular purpose , EXCLUSIONOFIMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repa # as provided in this Limited are limited to oneyear or theshortest period allowed by law . I WARRANTOR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAI _ DAMA ( ; ES . I V _ ' arrantor : ( ; AM ( ; ( ) IN ( ; . [ 51
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ConsumerSupport . GEAppliancesWebsite Inthe _ . 8g . : o . corn Have a question or need assistance with your appliance ? Try the GE Appliances Website 24 hom _ a day , any day of the year ' . For greater comvnience and fhster se _ Mce , pm can now download ( ) wner's Manuals , order patqrs , catalogs , or e \ en schedule se _ Mce on - line . You can also " _ sk Our Team of Experts ' " " your questions , and so much more _ . In Canada : www . GEApplia _ aces . ca ScheduleService , , the _ . , . g8o . : . corn Expe _ ( ; E repair service is onl } one step awa } fl'om _ , our doo _ : Get on - line and schedule " , our service at } our convenience 24 hom _ am day of the ? ear ! Or call 800 £ ; E . CARES ( 800A32.2737 ) during n ( mnal business hom _ . In Canada , call 1.800.361.3400 RealLifeDesignStudio . , the _ , 8o : o . com GE suppo _ s the Llnive _ al Design concept - - products , services and enviromnents that can be used by people ( ff all ages , sizes and capabilities . We recognize the need to design tot a wide range of physical and mental abilities and impairments . For details of OE's Universal Design applications , including ldtchen design ideas for people with disabilities , check out our Website today . For the heating impaired , please call 800 . TDD.GEAC ( 800.833.4322 ) . In Canada , contact : Managex ; Consmner Relations , Camco , Inc . Snite 310 , I Factox _ " I , ane Moncton , N . B . E1C 9M3 ExtendedWarranties In the U . S . : go . corn Purchase a ( ; E extended warranty and learn about special discounts that are available while } our warranty is still in etibct . You can pro'chase it on - line am _ • ime , o r call 8 ( ) ( ) . 6 - 2c6.22 _ 2c4 , during nom _ al business horus . ( ; E Consmner Home Services will still be there after } our warrant } expires . In Canada , call 1.800.661.1616 . PartsandAccessories In the U . S . : go . corn Individuals qualified to sel _ ' ice their own appliances can have pmqrs or accessories sent direcdy to their homes ( VISA , MasterCard and Discover caids axe accepted ) . Order on - line today , 24 hours every clay or by phone at 800.626.2002 during normal business hours . Instructions contained in this manual cover procedures to fie performed by any user . Other servicing generally should he referred to qualified service personnel Caution must he exercised , since # npreper servicing may cause unsafe operation . Customers in Canada should consult the yellow pages for the nearest Camro service centeL or call 1.800.661.1616 . ContactUs In the U . S . : go . corn If you are not satisfied with the service you receive fl'om GE , contact us on ore " Website with all the details including your phone numbe _ ; or write to : General Manage _ ; Customer Relations GE Appliances , Appliance Park Louisville , KY 40225 In Canada . " www . GEAppliances . ca , or write to : Directo _ ; Consumer P . elations , Camco , Inc . Snite 310 , 1 Facto _ y I , ane Moncton , N . B . E 1C 9M3 RegisterYourAppliance . , the _ , 8 : oo . com Register your new appfiaaace on - line - at your convenience ! Timel ) product registration will al ] o _ for enhanced communication and prompt service under the ter / ns of } our warranty , should the need arise . You ma _ a / so mail in the pre - p _ inted registration card included in the } ) acldng , material . In Canada : www . GFAppliaxtces . ca Printed it7 flTe United States
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