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. q & com Safety Instruc _ ons . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 7 N Operating Instrudions JCSP28 = C13 Baking or Roasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Broiling , Broiling Guide . . . . . . . . . 14 Clock and Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Control I _ ockout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 ( ) yen Vent and Cookware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Cooktop _ Mr Inlet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 - 21 Packagdng _ E _ pe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Sabbath Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Painted Surfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 SelfZCleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 , 21 Racks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Special Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Stainless Steel Surfi _ ces . . . . . . . . . . 26 Surfi _ ce Burneis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 , 9 Storage Drawer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Vent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Timed Baking & Roasting . . . . . . . . 16 . . . . . . . 21 - , : 0 Troubleshooting Tips _ _ Care and Cleaning Broiler Pan and ( ; rid . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Burner Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Burner Grates , Vent Grille Consumer Support and Vent Grille Cap . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Consumer Support . . . . . Back Cover Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Product Regdstrafion . . . . . . . . . 31,32 Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Warranty fbr Customeis Floor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 in Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Knobs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 * ¢ \ arranty for Customeis I , ift - Off Oven Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 in the U . S . A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Light Bulbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 , 24 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 www . geappliances , ca range ti'ame . 49 - 80354 11 - 05JR
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . A 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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_ e . COITI 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 f # this application , use the universal Anti - - 17p device WB2X7909 . To check if the device is installed 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 iIljuFy " 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 resuh 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 any purpose as described m tins ) wner s part of your range unless it is specifically Manual . 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 adjusmd instructions . by a qualified se _ Mce mchnician or installer for the type of g _ s ( natural or LP ) that is _ { : B _ efore perfo _ ning any service , disconnect to be used . Your rang _ can be conx _ rmd 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 the location of _ : : Plug your range into a 190 = \ _ lt grounded the circuit breaker or fl _ se . Mark it for easy outlet only . Do not remove the 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 an area where an appliance is in use . They responsibility and obligation m hax > should nexer be allowed to sit or stand on an ungrounded outlet replaced with a any part of the appliance . properly gTounded , three - prong outlet in accordance with the National Electrical J ; Haxe the installer show you the location ( ; ode . Do not use an exmnsion cord with of the range gas shut - offxahe and how to this appliance . shut it off if necessa U . WARNING : thesaedjustments J ; Hax > your rang _ installed and properly must be made by a qualified service grounded by a qualified installei ; in accordance with the Installation technician in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and aft codes Instructions . Any adjusunent and se _ Mce and requirements of the authority having should be perforated 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 pail ) 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 snre all packaging materials are _ : : Kee I ) the hood and grease filters clean to removed from rite rang _ before operating maintain good xenting and to mold grease it to pre \ ent fire or smoke damage should fires . the packaging mamrial ignite . Teach children not to play with the J ; Do not leme children alone or unattended controls or any other part of the rang > . where a range is hot or in operation . They could be seriously bm _ ed . N Always kee I ) dish towels , dish cloths , pot holders and other linens a satb distance fronl vonr rangP . d
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ge . com SAFETYPRECAUTIONS Do not store flammable mamdals in an ; _ ? A : , ; lways kee I ) wooden and plastic utensils and canned tbod a safe distance flora your oxen , a range storage drawer or near a cooktop . range . Do not store or use combustible materials , _ i : , A : lways kee I ) combnsdble wall coxefings , curtains or drapes a safe distance flom gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other yonr range . appliance . _ i ; : Do not clean tile rang _ with flammable or x _ latile cleaning fluids . Do not let cooking grease or other flammable mamrials accumulam in or _ i : , ' iAfter prolonged use of a range , high floor near the range . mmperamres may result and many floor coxeling3 will not withstand this kind of Do not use wamr on grease fires . Nexer use . Nexer install tile range oxer vinyl tile pick up a flaming pan . Turn fl _ e controls or linoleum that cannot withstand such off : Smother a flaming pan on a surfl _ ce type of use . Nexer install it directly over burner by coveting the pan completely inmxJor kitchen caq ) eting . wiflx a well - fitting lid , cookie sheet or fiat tr W . Use a mulfi - pml ) ose d U chemical or ; _ i : D , : o not allow anyone to climb , stand or tbam - type rixe extinguisher hang on dm oxen doox ; storage drawer or cooktop . They could damage tile range Flaming grease outside a pan can be put and even tip it oxex ; causing sexere out by covering it with baking soda ox ; personal i _ jury . if available , by using a multi - pml ) ose d U chemical or foam - type fire extinguisher . , & CAUTION : Itemisnterteocsht ildren Flame in dxe oven can be smothered shouldnot be storedin cabinetsabovea rangeor completely by closing the oven door and on the backsplashof a range - - children climbing turning tile control to off or by using a on the rangeto reachitems could beseriously multi - pull ) ose d U chemical or tbam - tvpe injured . fire extinguisher Let tile burner gxates and other surfaces , & WARNING : NEVERthuisse cool before touching them or leaving appliance as a space heater to heat or them where children can reach them . wam _ the room . Doing so may result in carbon monoxide poisoning and _ ? iN : : exer block d _ e xents ( air openings ) of oxerheating of the cooktop or oxen . the range . They provide tile air inlet and outlet that are necessmw fox rixe range to _ i : , Fiox your safety ' , nexer use your appliance operate properly with coxxect combnsuon . fox wmlning or heaung the room . ' Air openings are located through the rear and front center of the cooktop , at the top ; _ ? L : ' : arg > scratches or impacts to glass doors and bottom of the oxen doox ; and at the can lead to broken or shattered glass . bottom of the range under the storage ; _ i : D , : o not clean the range when flxe appliance drawer or kick panel . is in use . _ 7 _ D : : o not lift the cooktop . IJfting the : _ i : N , : exer wear loose - fitting or hanging cooktop can lead to damage and improper garments while using file appliance . operation of the range . Be carefifl when reaching for imms stored in cabinets oxer the range . Flammable material could be ig _ lited if brought in contact wifll flame or hot oxen snrt _ aces and may cause sexere bums . 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 COOKMEATANDPOULTRTYHOROUGHLY . . . Cookmeatandpoultrythoroughly - - meattoat leastanINTERNAtLemperaturoef 160 ° Fandpoultryto at leastan INTERNAtLemperatureof I80 ° ECookingto thesetemperatureussualt / pmtectsagainstfoodbomeillness . it 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 : EVcEovRer Keep tile oven vents unobstructed . any slots , holes or passages in the oven bottom Kee I ) the oven flee from grease buildup . or cover an entire rack with materials such as Place tile oven rack in tile desired position alunfinuln [ oil . Doing so blocks air flow while the oven is cool . If rocks must be handled through the oven and may cause carbon when hot , do not let pot holder contact the inonoxide poisoning . Alunlinuln fbil linings heating elements . may also map heat , causing a fire hazard . iJiiW : i hen using cooking or roasting bags in tile Do not use aluminum foil to line oven bottoms , oven , follow tile manufi _ ctu , er's directions . except as suggested in this inanual , hnproper Pulling out tile rock to tile stop - lock is a installation of alulninuln foil may result in a risk of electric shock or fire . convenience in lifting heavy fbods . It is also a precaution against burns flom touching hot Make sure tile broiler pan is in place conectl ) surfiaces of the door or oven walls . to reduce the possibilit ) of grease fires . Do not use tile oven to dU newspape , s . If you should have a grease fire in tile broiler If overheated , the } can catch on fire . pan , press tile Cl £ AR / Offpad and keep tile oven door closed to contain fire until it Do not use the oven fur a storage area . Items BuI'nS OUt , 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 tile door gasket . Tile ( loot gasket iJiiI : fi tile self cleaning mode malflmctions , turn the is essential fbr a good seal . Care should be oven off and disconnect tile power supply . Have token not to rub , damage or move tile gasket . it serviced b } a qualified technician . iJi ; B : ie % re selfkleaning the oven , remove tile mcLs , iJi ; C : ilean only parts listed in this Owner's Manual . broiler pan , grid and other cookware . iJiiB : ie sure to wipe up excess spillage befbre starting the self cleaning operation . 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 burnel : 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 Surfi _ ce burners in use when an electrical In case _ ff a power tifilure , you can light the gas surli _ ce burnei _ on your range power fifilure occms will continue to with a inatch . Hold a lit inatch to the operate nomlallx : , 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 all grates 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 Top - of - Range Cookware Aluminum : Medium - weight cookware is Heatproof Glass Ceramic : Can be used recommended because it heats quickly tor either surlilce or ( ) veil cooking . It and evenly : Most fi ) ocls brown evenh ' in conducts heat very slowly and cools very slowh ' . Check cooi < ware inanufilcturer's an almninum skillet . Use saucepans with tight - fitting lids when cooking with directions to be sure it can be used on gas IllinillltlI / / alllOtlnts ot _ ; Ken i'anges . Stainless Steel ' . This metal alone has Cast - # on : If heated slowly , most skillets will give satisti _ cto _ y results . poor heating properties and is usually combined with coppe _ ; ahmfinum Enamelware : Under some conditions , or other metals fin " improved heat tile enaillel of SOille cookware Ill } IV distribution . Combination metal skillets Illelt . Follow cookware Ill _ lllt / lilCttlI'eI " S usually work safisfi _ ctorilv if they are used recommendations fin " cooking methods . with medium heat as the manufi _ cmrer i'ecoi / liilends . Glass : There are two t ) pes of glass cookware - - those fi ) r oven rise only and those fin " toi > olZrange cooking ( saucepans , coffee and teapots ) . Glass conducts heat ve _ ' slowly . Stove TopGrills Do not use stove top grills on your sealed gas burne _ . 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 - inchorsmaiier fiat - bottomedwok Theyareavailableat your iocairetailstore . Makesurethewokbottom Use a fiat - bottomed wok . sits flatonthegrate . Onh a fiat - bottomed wok should be used . Do not rise a i'otlnd - bottollled wok on a support ring . Placing tile ring over tile burner or grate inay cause tile burner to work improperly , resulting in carbon 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 . OvenControl Clockand TimerFeaturesandSettings KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFFPad o BAKE / 7 - EMPRECALLPad O Touch tlfis pad to select tile bake flmcfion . Touch this pad to select tile timer feature . Then press 4 - and - pads to at ! just time . BAKE Light TIMERLight Hashes while in edit Illode - - } Otl ( aI1 ( hange tile o \ rell temperature at this point . Glo _ : s Flashes _ ] lile ill edit Illode - - } Otl call ch } lllge when the o \ en is in bake mode . the set time at this point . Glows when the timer has been activated . Hashes again when the time has mn out until the control is reset . O START / ON Pad ] _ ' ltlStbe tOtlched to start an } cooking or CLOCK Pad cleaning ftlnctioi1 , 0 To set clock , to / l ( ' b this pad twice and then touch tile + and - pads . Tile time of day will O isplay Sbo _ : _ tile time of day ; oven temperature , flash in display when oven is fi _ st turned on . whether tile oven is in tile bake , broil or START TIME Pad self : cleaning mode and tile dines set for 0 tile tilller or a / ltoi / / atic ( ) veil opei'ations . Use along with tile COOKING TIME or Tile display will show " PrE'while SELFCLEAN pads to set tile oven to start preheating . When tile oven reaches and stop automatically at a time vou set . tile selected temperature , tile oven START TIME - time Light control will beep and tile display Hashes _ hile in edit mode - - ) ou can change will show tile oven temperature . the start time set time at this point . Glows Function Error Code when the flmction has been acti \ ramd . If 7 - and a numberor letter " flashin the & splay and the COOKING TIME Pad ovencontrol mgna & this indicates a functionerror code . 0 Touch this pad and then touch tile + or - If the function errorcodeappearsdunbg the se / f - c / eambg pads to set tile amount of fin / e yOU want cycle , checkthe oven doorlatch . Thelatchhandle mayhave vour food to cook . Tile oven will shut oft been moved , even if only slightly , from the / atchedposition . when the cooking time has rtm out . Make sure the latch is moved to thewht as far as it wi / / go . COOKING TIME Light Touch the CLEAR / OFFpad . Allow the oven to cool for Flashes _ hile ill edit Illode - - } Otl c } lI1 ch } lllge onehour Put the ovenbackinto operation . / f the function set time at this point . Gkm : s _ hen flmction errorcoderepeats , disconnectthepower to the rangeand has been activated . Hashes again when the ca / / for service . time has run out until the control is reset . AUTOMATIC OVEN Light O This lights anytime tile oven has been programmed using tile COOKING TIMEor / 0 START TIME flmctions .
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ge . com OvenControl , Clockand TimerFeaturesand Settings CLEAR / OFF Pad - Pad Short taps to this pad _ dll decrease tile time Touch this pad to cancel ALL oven or temperature by small amounts . Touch operations except the clock and timei ; and hold the pad to decrease the time or BROILHI / LO Pad teml ) erature by larger amounts . Touch this pad to select tile broil fimcfion . + Pad BROILLight Short taps to this pad will increase the time Flashes while ill edit nlode - - - y ( ) u can switch or temi ) erature 1U small amounts . Touch fl'om HI to tO BROILat this point . Glows when and hold the pad to increase the time or the ( ) veil is ill broil mode . teml ) erature by larger amounts . Indicator Lights ( on some pads ) EOlTmode lasts several seconds after tile O SELFCLEANPad Touch this pad to select the selfkleaning last pad press . START TIME ON / OFFand traction . See the Using the self - cleaning COOKING TIMEON / OFwFill be the only pads oven section . lit if either of these options is selected . CLEANLight ( Example : START TIMEis selected _ ith Flashes _ ddle ill edit nlode - - ) ou can change BAKE the START _ MEpa ( 1 will remain tile length of time for the self , lean c ) cle at lit until the clock reaches the progianmled this point . ( ; h : ms _ d _ en the o \ rell is ill the self time , at which point it will turll off and the clean c ) cle . AJier the selt _ lean c ) cle , the lig ] _ t BAKEq , ' EMPRECAtt pad lig4 _ t will light up ) , will ttlrll oft _ Unlatch the do ( n : Control Lockout _ Al / en this teature is on and tile touch Yourcontrol will allow youto lock out the touch pads so theycannot beactivated when touched pads are touched , tile control will beep CONTROL LOCI _ JU N LOCK PRESS + AND - AND HOLD FOR 3 SECONDS and tile display will show LOCON . Tolock / unlock the controls : _ : Tile control h ) ckout mode affects all touch pads . No touch pads will work [ ] Touch the + and - pads at the samem time fin " 3 seconds until tile displ when this feature is acti \ _ Ked . sho _ vs LOC ON . : : JiT : : ile a ( ! jusnnent will be retained ill memoir after a power fifilure . ] To unlock the control , touch the + and - pads at tile same time fi ) r 3 seconds , until tile display sho _ : s LOCOFF . Power Outage Ira flashingfl _ neis in thedisp & gelectricpower CAUTIOND : nootmakeanya . empt hasbeenrestoredResettheclod < to operatethe electric ignitionoven dunbgan e / ectricalpower failure . If your oven was set for a timed oven operation and a power outage occurred , the clockand aft Tile oven or broiler cannot be lit during programmedfunctionsmust be reseL a power fifilure . Gas will not flow unless To reset tile clock , touch tile CLOCKpad . the glow bar is hot . Enter tile correct time of clay by touching If tile ( ) veil is ill use when a power fifilure tile + or - pads . Touch tile START / ON pad . OCCIII3 _ tile oven btlFneY shuts off and cannot be re - lit tmtil power is restored . This is because the flow of gas is autonmtically stopped and will not resume when power is restored until 11 tile glow bar has reached operating temperature .
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Usingthe oven . Toavoid possible bums , place the racks in the desired posifion before you turn the oven on . Before you begin . . . Tile racks have stops , so that when placed To replace , place tile end ot tile rack correctly on tile suppoils , they will stop ( StOl ) - locl _ s ) on tile SUl ) port , tilt up tile befl ) re confing coinpletely ( ) / it , and will fl'ont and push the rack in . not tilt . CAUTIONW : hyeonauruesitnhge When placing and renloving cookware , rackin the lowest position ( A ) , you will need to pull tile rack out until it stops . usecaution whenpuffing the rackout We recommendthat youpuff the rackout several The bake burner is under the oven floor . inchesand then , using two pot ho / ders , puff the Do not place fi ) ods on tile ( ) veil bottoi / l rackout by holding the sides of it Therack is low tOI " cooking , and youcouldbe burnedif youplace your hand in the middle of the rackand puff aft the way out Be Toremove a rack , pull it toward you , verycarefulnot to burn your hand on the door tilt the fl'ont end up and pull it ( ) / it . when using the rackin the / owestposition ( A ) . The oven has 7 rack positions . How to Set the Oven for Baking or Roasting Typeof Food Rack Position [ ] Touch tile BAKE pad . Frozenpies ( oncookiesheet ) CorD [ ] Touch tile + or - pads until tileed . desired teinl ) erature is display Angelfoodcake A [ ] Touch tile START / ON pad . Bundtorpoundcakes BorC Tile oven will start automatically . Tile Biscuitsm , uffins , brownies , CorD display will show " PrE " while l ) reheating . cookiesc , upcakes , When the oven reaches the selected layercakes , pies ten / l ) erature , tile ( ) veil control will beep Casseroles CorD several tiInes and the display will show Turkey A tile oven telllpei'attli'e , Tochangethe oven temperatureduringBAKE If baking four cake layeI _ at tile san / e cycle , touch the BAKE pad and then the + or - tiine , place two lavei _ oil rack B and two pads to get the new temperature . layeI _ oil rack D . Stagger pans oil the ivtck st ) one is not directly above the [ ] ( _ heck tood for doneness at othei : nlininluin dine on I'edpe . Cook longer if necessaiw . [ ] Touch tile CLEAR / OFFpad when bakino is finished and then ren / oxe the fi ) od fl'oin the ( ) veil . NOTE " Acoolingfanwill automaticallyturnon andoff tocoolinternapl arts . Thisisnormal , and thefanmaycontinuetorunevenaftertheoven in turnedoK / 2
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ge . com Preheating and Pan Placement Preheat the oven if the redpe calls for it . Baking results will be better if baking Preheating is necessary for good results pans are centered in the oven as nluch when baking cakes , cookies , pasti T and as possible . If baking with In ( we than one breads . pan , place the pans so each has at least 1 " to 1 ½ " of air space around it . Topreheats , ettheovenat thecorrecttemperature . Thecontrolwill beepwhentheovenis preheated Do not place foods directly on the andthe & sp / eywill showyourset temperature . oven floo _ Thepreheattimewill varydependingonthe temperaturesetting . Alum & urn Foil You can use ahln / inum fi ) il to line the Donot usea / um / eumfoil on thebottom of the oven , broiler pan and broiler grid . Howevel , you must mold the fi ) il tightly to the grid Ne \ vr entirely cover a rock with and cut slits in it just like the grid . aluminum fifil . This will disturb the heat Without the slits , the foil will prevent lilt circulation and result in poor baldng . Cut slits f17the foil just like the grid . and meat juices f _ ' oIn draining into the A smaller sheet of fifil may be used to broiler pan . The juices could become catch a spillover by plating it on a lower hot enough to catch on fire . If you rack several inches below the food . do not cut the slits , ) _ m are essentially fi'ying , not broiling . Oven Moisture _ s your ( ) veil heats tip , the tenlperamre change of the air in the oven nlav cause water droplets to form Oil the door glass . These droplets are haimless and will evaporate as the ( ) veil contintles to heat up . Oven Vent Your oven is vented through the rear vent ; ; JiH : : andlesofpotsandpansonthecooktopmay becomehot if left toocloseto thevent located through the cooktop under the vent giille . Do not block this vent when _ Donot leaveplastici , temsonthecooktop - - cooking in the oven - - it is iinportant that theymaymeltif left toodoseto thevent the flow of hot air fronl the oven and fl'esh air to the oven burner be ; ; JiD : : onot leaveanyitemsonthecooktop . Thehot uninterrupted . Avoid touching the vent ak fromtheventmayIgniteflammableitems openings ornearby surfaces during oven or andwill increasepressureinclosedcontainers , broiler operation - - they may become hot . whlehmaycausethemto burst ; ; J _ M : : etalitemswill becomeveryhot if theyare leftonthecooktopa , ndcouldcauseburns . 13
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Usingthe oven . How to Set the Ovenfor Broiling IMPORTANTT ' . oavoidposs / b / eburnsp , lacethe Use LOBroil to cook fi ) ods such as poultx T racksin thedesiredpositionbeforeyouturnthe or thick cuts of meat thoroughly without oven on . ovePbrowning them . Always use the broiler pan and grid that came with your oven . It [ ] Place the meat or fish on the broiler [ ] Touch the START / ON pad . is designed to mflfimize smoking grid in the broiler pan . and spattering by trappflTgjuices [ ] _ q _ en broiling is finished , touch the f17the shielded lower part of the CLEARlOff pad . [ ] Follow suggested rack positions in pan . the Broiling Guide . Serve the food immediately , and leave the pan outside the oven to cool din'inn the [ ] The oven door must be closed during broiling . meal fin " easiest cleaning . [ ] Touch the BROIL HI / LO pad once fin . HI Broil . To change to LOBroil , touch the BROILHI / LOpad again . Broiling Guide The size , weight , thickness , Rack FirstSide Second Side Quantityand / starting , teml ) erature Food or Thickness Position Comments Time ( rain . ) Time ( min . ) and votli " prelewence GroundBeef 13 8 1 / 2 " to a / 4 " thick Spaceevenly . of doneness will affect Beef Steaks F 6 4 broiling times . This guide Rarer 3 / 4 " to I " thick Steakslessthans / Z ' E 8 6 thick aredifficult 1 to 11 / 2Ibs . is based on meats at MediumDone Well E 10 8 to cookrare . reli'igera tot temperature . Slashfat . Rarer E 15 10 11 / 2 ' ' thick Medium E 15 15 2 to 272Ibs . 4 7 / w { LS . De / Jml _ mnl o / Well Done D 20 20 Chicken C 25 25 Brusheachsidewith 1 wholecut Lip pop * lkz _ ; bul ) ou _ ho * lld Imow that melted butter . 2 to 2YzIbs . , ( : _ J _ ) l _ i _ gil lo on ( _ I 40 < F mean * Broil skin - sidedown split lengthwise * omeloud poisoning o _ ; Wnisms Breast C 25 15 first . ma ) _ m'ui - u _ , . " ( , Sou _ z : e : _ , l'bod Book . ) _ bu _ Kiich ( n Guide . UM ) A Bakery Product 2 to 4 slices F 3 Bread ( toast ) Spaceevenly . Place l'ev . June 1 % ' 5 . ) F 3 - 4 English Muffin 2 ( split ) Englishmuffins cat - side - @ and brush with butter if desired . LobsterTails 24 18 20 Do not Cut throughback of turn shell . Spreadopen . Brushwith melted over . hatter beforebroiling and after Mf of broilingtime . FishFillets 1 lb . { I / 4 " to I / 2 " thick ) Handleandturnvery carefully . Brushwith lemonbutter before and daringcooking , if desired . Steaks 2 ( 1 " thick ) Turncarefully . Fillets Donot turn skin - side - 2 ( 1 / 2n to 3 / 4 " thick ) Salmon down . HamSlices 8 5 1 / _ - thick 1 " thick 8 8 The oven has 7 rack positions . ( precooked ) 10 10 Slashfat . 2 ( 72 " thick ) Pork Cbops Well Done 15 5 2 ( 1 " thick ) about 1 lb . / 4
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Usingthe clock and timer , ge . com Not all features are on all models . ToSet the Clock The clock must be set to the correct time setting , If this hal ) pens , touch the CLOCK of day fi ) r the autonmtic oven tinting pad twice and reenter the time of ( lax . fimctions to work i ) roperly . The time of [ ] Touc ] _ the START / ON pad until the day cannot be changed during a delayed time oI day shows ill the display : This cooking or a delayed selfk'leaning cycle , entei _ the time and starts the clock . [ ] Touch the CLOCKpad twice . Tocheckthetimeof daywhenthedisp / ayis showlbgotherinformations , / knp / ytouchthe [ ] T ° uch the + ° r - I _ ads " CLOCKpad Thetimeof dayshowsunti / another If the 4 - or - pads are not touched within padis touched one xnixmte alter you touch the CLOCK Make sure the clock is set to flTe pad the display rexerts to the original correct time of da _ ¢ To Turn Off the Clock Display clock maintains the correct time It y < : , tl have several clocks in v ( > m " kitchen , of day . you Inay wish to turn off the tilne of day clock display on veto " range . Touch the CLOCKpad twice to recall [ ] the clock display . [ ] Touch the CLOCKpad once to turn off the time of day display . Pdthough you will not be able to see it , the To Set the Timer Thenmerdoes not control ovenoperations . If youmakeamistake , touchtheKITCHEN @ ThemaxlYnumsetting on the timer is 9 hours TIMERON / OFFpadandbeginagain . and 59 mlbutes . [ ] T ° uch the START / ONI _ ad " The tinm T ( > uch the KITCHENTIMERON / OFF will start counting down , althou ( , h [ ] pad . the display does not change until one minute has passed . T ( > uch the 4 - or - pads until the [ ] } 1Ill ( ) tln [ ( ) f ti / ne V ( ) tl want sh ( > ws ill [ ] X4q _ en the timer reaches . ' / 70 , the the display . The l / 1 ; IXi / l / 111n til / le that control will beep 3 times followed b " , @ C ; lI1 be entered ill lnintltes is 59 . one beep every 6 seconds until the Times more than 59 minutes should KITCHENTIMERON / OFFpad is touched . be changed to heron and minutes . TheCLEAR / OFFpad does not affect the time £ To Reset the Timer If the display is still showing the time If the relnaining tilne is not in the display remaining , you may change it by touching ( clock , start tilne set tilne or cooking tilne the KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFFpad , then are ill the display ) , recall the relnaining touching the + or - pads until the time tilne by touching the KITCHEN TIMER you want appeai _ ill the display . ON / OFFpad and then touching the + or - pads to enter the new tilne vou want . To Cancel the Timer Touch the KITCHENTIMERON / OFF pad twice . / 5
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Usingthetimedbakingandmastingfeatures ( onsomemodels ) . Do not lock the oven door with the latch during timed cooking . The latch is used for self - cleaning only . NOTE " Foods that spoil easily - - such as milk , eggs , fish , stuffings , poultry and pork - - should not be allowed to 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 heatfrom the bulb will speed harmful bacteria growth . How to Set an Immediate Start and Automatic Stop Theoven will turn on immediately and cookfore [ ] Touch tile START / ONpad . selected lengthof time . At theend of thecooking tl _ ne , the oven will turn off automatlca / / y Tile display shows either tile oven temperature that you set or tile cooking [ ] Touch tile BAKE pad . dine cotmtdown . ( Tile display starts with " fetE " if showing tile oven temperature . ) ] Touch tile + or - pads to set tile ( ) veil [ eIllpeI ' ; l [ t II'e , Tile oven Mll continue to cook fin " tile programmed amount of time , then mrn [ ] Touch tile COOKING TIME pad . off a utomaficallv . NOTE : If your recipe requirespreheating , youmay [ ] Touch the ClEAl ! / Offi ) adtoclear need to add additional time to the length of the tile display if necessary , cooking time . Removethe food fromthe oven . Remember , even ] Touch tile ÷ or - pads to set tile though the ovenshuts off automatlca / / y , foods 1 ) a ] dng tim e . continuecookingafter controlsare oK Tile cooking time that yo / : l entered will be displayed . ( If you select Cooking Time first and then a @ _ st the Bake Temperature , the oven temperature will be displayed instead ) . How to Set a Delayed Start and Automatic Stop NOTEI : f you _ x ) uld like to check tile times Theoven will turn onat the tkne of dayyouset , cookfor a specihclength of time and then turn off you have set , touch the START TIME pad to check the start time set time um have set automatically or touch the COOKING TIME pad to check Make StlI'e the clock shows the ( ' oYI'ect the length of cooking time you tim e of din : have set . [ ] Touch tile BAKE pad . When tile oven turns on at tile time oI day you have set , tile display will show " PrE " ] Touch the + or - pads to set the until it reaches tile selected temperature , ( ) veil teIl / peI'att II'e . then it will display tile oven temperature . [ ] Touch tile COOKING TIME pad . At tile end tff cooking time , tile oven ] Touch tile ÷ or - pads to set tile will turn off and the end _ ) t : cvcle tone desired length of cooking time . will so / md . [ ] Touch tile START TIMEpad . [ ] Touch tile CLEAR / OFFpad to clear tile displa ) if ' necessax ) : ] Touch tile + or - pads to set tile time of ( la _ VO / I _ V _ IIIt tile o _ , en to t / IYn on Removethe food from the oven . Remember , even and strut cooking . though the ovenshuts off automatically , foods continue cookingafter controlsare oK [ ] Touch tile START / ON pad . NOTE : Anattentiontonewill soundif youare usingtl _ nedbahnganddonot touchthe START / ON pad
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Special featuresof your ovencontrol ge . com Yournew touch pad control has additional features that you may choose to use . The following are the features and how you may activate them . The special feature modes can only be activated while the display is showing the time of day . They remain in the control's memory until the steps are repeated . When the display shows your choice , touch the START / ONpad . The special features will remain in memory after a power failure . NOTE : The Sabbath feature and the Thermostat Adjustment feature are also Special Features , but they are addressed separately in the following sections . 12Hour Shut - Off With thisfeature , should you forget and leave the [ ] Touch tile CLOCK pad . Tile displa ) ovenon , the control will autornatlcally turn off the will show ON ( 12 horn " shut - off ) . ovenafter 12hoursduring bakbg functionsor Touch tile C £ OCKpad repeatedly after 3 hours duringa broil function . tmtil tile display sho _ : s OFF ( no sh tlt - OlCD . If you wish to turn OFF this te'attlI'e , fi ) llOW tile stops below . [ ] Touch tile START / ONpad to acfi ' _ Ite tile no shut - off and lea _ e tile control [ ] Touch tile BAKE and BROIL HI / LOnds set in this special features mode . pads at tile same time fin " 3 seco until tile display sl / o _ : s SF . 17
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Usingthe SabbathFeature ( onsomemodels ) . ( Designed for use on the Jewish Sabbath and Holidays ) The Sabbath feature can be used for baking / roasting only . It cannot be used for broiling , self - cleaning or Start - timecooking . NOTE " The oven light comes on automatically ( on some models ) when the door is opened and goes off when the door is closed . The bulb maybe removed . See the Oven Light Replacement section . Onmodels with a light switch on the control panel , the oven light may be turned on and left on . How to Set for Regular Baking / Roasting NOTE : Tounderstand how the oven control works , [ _ ] " lbud / the START / ON pad . practice using regular baking ( non - Sabbath ) before entering Sabbathmode . [ _ After a random ( lela ' _ period ot al ) l ) loxinmtely 30 se ( onds to 1 minute , Make sure the clock shows the correct time of day D C will al ) l ) ear ill the ( lis | / l _ lv indicating and the oven is off that file o _ vn is baking / roasdng . If D C doesn't apt ) ear in tile disl ) la } , start again ] Tou ( h and hoM both the BAKE eand , at Siep 4 . BROIL HI / LO plods , at the same tim @ m / ill the display sho _ * , : ' _ SF , " Ib a ( ! just tile oven temperature , touch tile BAKEpad and tap tile + or - pads to increase ] " Ihp the CLOCK pad until SAb appears or decrease tile tenlperatllre in 5 ° increments . in the display . " Ibuch tile $ TART / ONpad . [ _ ] " lbuch the START / ON pad and D will NOTE . . " The CLEAR / OFF and COOKING TIME pads appear in the displa } . are active dining tile Sabbath / [ ' ature . ] " lbu ( h the BAKE pad . No sigllal will To exit Sabbath t ( ' ature see next page . be _ , _ ' , ' en . ] Tile t ) Yeset St _ tFtJl / g ielililel ? _ ' tHiFe will autolnaticall ' _ be set to 350 . ° Tap file + @ or - pads to illcrease or decl'ease tile temperature ill 5 ° increments . The Whet ? [ l ? e otsptag $ l ? OWS _ rl ? e temperatm'e can be set between 170 ° oven is seth7 Sabbath . When the and 550 . ° No sig _ lal or temperature display shows D C the oven is will be g @ en . bakhTg / roasting . How to Set for Timed Baking / Roasting - - Immediate Start and Automatic Stop NOTE : Tounderstand bow the oven control works , ] The preset starting tempemttlre vdll practice using regular ( non - Sabbath ) Immediate Start atltolnatically be set to 350 . ° " [ ; ap file 4 - and Automatic Stop before entedng the Sabbath mode . or - pads to increase or decrease tile telllpet & _ t / lre ill , + o il / Crel / / el / tS . The Make sure the clock shows the correct time of day tempeI _ mlre call be set between 170 ° and the oven is off . and 550 . ° No signal or telnpenmlre will be given . ] " lbudl and hold both the BAKE ande , BROIL HI / LO plods , at the same tim mltil tile displa } shows SF . [ _ ] " lbud / the START / ONpad . ] " Ihp the CLOCK pad / mtil SAb appears [ _ ] , \ fler a random delay pelJod ot in the ( lispla _ . _ q ) proxinlately 30 se ( onds to 1 minme , D C will appear in die dispL £ : indkafing [ _ ] " lbuch the START / ON pad and D will d / at tile oven is baking / roasting . If D C appear in the displa } doesn't _ pl ) ear in tile display , start ; - igain at Step 7 . I _ ] " lbu ( h the COOKING TIME pad . " Ib adjust the o _ , ell temperature , touch tile ] * Ibu ( h the + or - pads to set file desired length of ( ooking time lx tween l BAKElla ( t and t : a ] ) the + or - pads to increase minme and 9 hours mid 5 ( . ) minutes . or decrease the temperature in 5 ° in ( relnents . The cooking thne tl / at you emered will Touc ] l tile START / OpNad . be displa } x'd . When the display shows D the When cooking is finished , the displa } will oven is set in Sabbath . When the change ti'om D c to D indicating that tile [ _ " lbu ( h the START / ON pad . display shows D C the oven is oven has mined OFFbut is still set in Sabbath . bakflTg / roasting . Relno _ ' tile ( ooked / ood . ] " lbuch the BAKEpad . No sigqlal will be _ , iven . 78
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ge . com How to Exit the Sabbath Feature " ] ' ou ( h the CLEAR / OFFpad . [ ] ] " Fat _ die CLOCK pad m / til ONor OFF _ I1 ) t ) ( ! _ I1 ) S ill the dist ) la } ONilldi ( _ tt ( ! s that 1t the oxen is ( ooking , w _ tit t ( ) £ _ t l _ tlld ( ) l / / the ovun will automati ( allv mrn off atier [ ] dela } t ) eriod of al ) t ) roximatel ) 30 12 hours . OFFindicates that the ( ) _ ' n se ( onds to ] milmte , until onl _ _ is iH will not automatically mrn oil See the displa ) the Special Features sectioH tar aH ex ] ) lmmtion of the 12Hour ghut - Off Touch and hold both the BAKE and [ ] t ( ' _ tt ill ' ( ' . BROIL H / / LO t ) ads , at the same time , m / tJl the display ' sl / o / _ rs SE [ ] " lbu ( h the START / ON pad . NOTE : If a power outage occurred while the oven was in Sabbath , the oven wifl automatically turn off and stay off even when the power returns . Theoven control must be reset . Adjustthe oven thermostatiDo # yourself / . Youmay find that your new oven cooks differently than the one # replaced . Use your new oven for a few weeks to become more familiar with iL If you still think your new oven is too hot or too cold , you can adjust the thermostat yourself . Do not use thermometers , such as those found in grocery stores , to check the temperature setting of your oven . These thermometers may vary 20 - 40 degrees . NOTE , " This adjustment will not affect the broiling or the self - cleaning temperatures . The adjustment will be retained & memory after a power failure . ToAdjust the Thermostat [ ] Touch tile BAKE and BROILHI / LO [ ] _ : l / en you have made tile pads at tile sanle time fi ) r 2 seconds a ( ! j ustment , touch tile START / ON pad to go back to tile time of day display : tmtil tile display shows SE Use v ( / [ li " oxeil ; : Isv ( / [ i Wo / lld [ ] Touch tile BAKE pad . A two - digit II ( ) IlI / _ Illv . immber shox _ s in tile display : NOTE : Thisadjustmenwt fflnotaffectthebroiling [ ] Tile oxen temi ) erattu'e can be orself - cleaningtemperaturesIt . will beretained . . 35o , _ ac ! justed up to ( + ) . : t _ hotter or ( - ) inmemona / fterapowerfailure . 35 ° F coolei . Touch tile + pad to increase the temi ) erattu'e in 1 - deoTee , . , iilci'ei / / eil [ s . Touch tile - pad to decrease tile temI ) eramre in 1 - degree ii _ cren / ents . Thetype of margarine will affect baking performance ! . Most recipes for baklog have been developed using high - fat products such as butter or margarine ( 80 % fat ) . If you decrease the fat , the recipe may not give the same results as with a higher - fat product . Recipe failure can result ff cakes , pies , pastries , cookies or candies are made with low - fat spreads . The lower the fat content of a spread product , the more noticeable these differences become . Federal standards reqtfire pi'odtlcts labeled " nmrgarii _ e " to coi _ tain at least 80 % ti _ t by weight , ixmqi _ t spreads , on tile other hand , contain less ti _ t and more watei : Tile high moisttu'e conmnt of these spreads aftbcts tile texture and flavor _ ff baked goods . For best results with w ) ur old fm'Olim redpes , use nmlgaline , butter or stick spreads containing at least 70 % vegetnble oil . 19
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Usingthe self - cleaning oven . Never force the latch handle . Forcing the handle will damage the door lock mechanism . Before a Clean Cycle _ \ ' e reconnnend venting your kitchen Do not clean tile gasket . Tile fiberglass with an open window or using a material ot tile oven door gasket cannot withstand abrasion . It is essential fin " the ventilation tim or hood ( lm - ing tile fi _ 3t seltXclean cycle , gasket to remain intact . If w ) u notice it becoming worn or fl'ayed , replace it . Remove tile racks , broiler pan , broiler grid , all cookware and any ahlI / lilltllll toil _ A ] pe up any hea \ T spillove _ on tile oven tl'OI / / tile oveil . bottom . NOTE : _ ke tile racks out ot tile oven Wipeupheavysoilontheoven Make sm'e tile oven light bulb cover is in bottom . befin'e you begin tile sell : clean cycle or place and the oven light is off . they may discolor : IMPORTANT ' . The health of some birds Soil on tile fl'ont fl'ame of tile range and is extremely sensitive to the tirades given outside tile gasket on tile door will need off dm _ ing the self cleaning cycle ot any to be cleaned by hand . Clean these areas range . Move birds to another well - ventilated room . with hot water ; soap - filled steel wool pads or cleansei _ such as Soft ScrubS ' ! Rinse well with clean water and dry : How to Set the Oven for Cleaning Follow the directions in tile Before a \ Alfile tile oven is self : cleaning , you can Clean Cycle section . touch tile CLOCKpad to display tile time of ( la > To return to tile clean countdown , [ ] I , atch tile door . touch tile SELFCLEANpad . Tile oven shuts off automatically when [ ] Touch tile SELFCLEAN pad . the clean cycle is complete , and 0 : 00 will [ ] Touch tile + or - pads tmfil dtile . flash in the display , desired Clean Time is displaxe % TheCleanT / meis normally4 hours . Youcan [ ] Slkle the latch handle to the left as changethe Clean T / Yneto any flYnebetween 3 fin " as it will _ , , o and open tile ( lore : and 5 hours , dependingon the amount of soil in It will not be possible to mflatch tile oven your oven . door / mtil tile temperatm'e drops below [ ] Touch tile START / ON pad . the lock temperature and the clean light Tile self , lean cvde will automatically goes off ' . begin after CLEAN is displayed and tile \ Allen the clean light is off ; mflatch the time co / mtdown appeax _ in tile displa ) ; ( lo ( ) i : 2O
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ge . com How to Delay the Start of Cleaning Make sure the clock shows tile correct Tile display will show tile start time set time of din . time . It will not be possible to unlatch tile oven door tmtil tile temperature drops [ ] i _ Kch tile do ( m below tile lock temperatm'e and tile clean light goes off . [ ] Touch the SELFCLEAN pad . When the clean light is off ; tmlatch the [ ] Using tile € or - pads , enter tile dom : desired clean time . TheCleanTimeis normally4 hours . Youcan changethe CleanT / rneto any time between 3 and 5 hours , dependingon the amount of soil in your oven . [ ] Touch tile START TIMEpad . Tile earliest start time you can set will J TiME t appear in tile display . [ ] Using the € or - pads , enter tile time of dm you want tile clean c _ cle to stnrt . [ ] Touch tile START / ON pad . To Stop a Clean Cycle Touch tile CLEAR / OFFpad . Wait tmtil tile oven has cooled below tile locking temperature to tmlatch tile doo _ : You will not be able to open tile door right away unless the oven has cooled below tile locking temperature . After a Clean Cycle You may notice some white ash in tile iJi : : You cmmot set tile oven for cooking oven . _ iI ) e it up with a damp cloth alter tmtil tile oven is cool enough for tile tile oven cools . door to be mflatched . If white spots remain , remove them with a soap - _ : While tile oven is sel6cleaning , you filled scouringpad and nnse thoroughlywith can touch tile CLOCKpad to display a wnegarand waterml ) _ ture . tile time of day . To return to the clean countdown , touch tile COOKING These deposits are usually a salt residue that cmmot be removed by TIME pad . the clean cycle . _ Apply a small amount oI vegetable oil If tile oven is not clean after one clean to a paper towel and wipe tile edges of tile oven racks with tile paper towel . Do cycle , repeat tile cycle . not spray with Pare < ' : or other lubricant spmys . 2 /
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Care and cleaning of the range . Be sure all 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 Carefiflly grasp a corner of the protective To assure no damage is done to the shipping film with your fingers and slowly finish of the product , the saiest way to peel it fi'om the appliance surtiJce . Do remove the adhesive fl'om packaging rope not use any sharp items to remove the on new appliances is an application of a film . Remove all of the fihn betbre using househokl liquid dishwashing detergent . the appliance tbr the first time . Apply with a soft cloth and allow to soak . NOTE : Theadhesive must be removed from all parts . / t cannot be removed if it is baked on . Control Knobs The knobs can be cleaned in a dishwasher Thecontrolknobsmaybe removedfor easier c / eanlbg . ( w they may also be washed with soap ands _ ; ttel : Make sure the triodes ( st the knob Make sure the knobs : ue in the OFF are dlw befbre repladng . positions and pull them stnught off the Repkme the knobs in the OFF position stems % 1 cleaning . to ensm'e proper placement . Burner Assembly Tile burner assemblies should be _ ashed Toreassemblethesurface burners : re ? ' ularl } and , of cotuse , after s , 1 / i ] loxels . [ ] Place burner heads over the electrodes on the cooktop , in the correct locations Tumal / control _ offb2foreremoving _ urnerparts accoMing to dleir size . Tile burner grate , L burner heads and burner Mediumhead Smalhl ead calls c . a . . n . . be remoxed fi ) r easy . cleaning , . andcap The decmsde of file spark ig _ dmr is e × posed Make sure the slot in the burner lxe } end tile surtime of tile burner b _ tse . \ ' ghen head is positioned over electrode . cleaning > tile cooktoi ) , be caretul not to snag the electrode of the spark igniter _ Mth ) our CAUTION : ooNoTcleaning cloth . Damage to the ig _ liter coukt OPERATETHEBURNERWITHOUT occm : Toavoidsnagginga cloth on thespark ALLBURNERPARTSINPLACE igniter , leavetheburnerheadsinplace when cleaningthecooktop . Be careful not to push in any cooktop controls Frontarlange " \ ddle cleaning tile cooktop . A slight electfid Largheead Largehead shock might result \ dlich could cause YOUto and cap allil CaL knock o _ er hot cook \ _ me . Place the _ \ ] Jsh burner parts with an all - puq ) ose [ ] matching size Grate non - abrasi \ e cleaner and _ m - n watel : Soak stubborn soil . Dry diem with a clod > - < to not ( ; ills ol / to the heads . t > a , _ semble \ dfile ' _ > t . 3urnercae Make sure that the heads ( . ( . _ mKl caps are Burnehread placed in the correct ] ocatioHs , _ Mter cle ; ming , / _ ti / _ t replacegTille the vent . . . . msd _ ent glille cap . Replace tile side gcams so fltat tiler fit o _ er rite tabs on rise vent grille . Make stay 22 rite grates are positioned securel } o _ er file ] XlrHel _ and flint rite , , are stable and le \ el .
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ge . com Burner Grates , VentGrille and VentGrille Cap Porcelain enamel burner grates , xent I _ . epla ( e tile side grates so that the ) tit grille and vent grille cap should be oxer tile tabs on tile xent grille . Make washed regularly and , of com _ e , atter sure tile grates are positioned securel ) spilloxe _ , oxer tile burne _ and that they are stable Air inlet and lexel . X _ tsl / them in hot , soapy water and rinse with clean water : Ym may also use Rubber Grate Feet abrasive cleane _ and scorning pads , if For stability , your cooktop has rubber needed . D _ T them with a cloth - - don't teet on the burner grates . If any ot these put them back on the cooktop wet . rubber feet should become damaged or lost , replace them immediately _ Mthough they're din'able , the grates , vent grille and vent grille cap will To order replacement rubber grate teet , gradually lose their shine , regardless ot please call ore " toll - ti'ee number : the best care you can give them . This is National Parts due to their continual exl ) osure to high Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800.6262002 ( U . S . ) temperamres . 888.261.3055 ( Canada ) Do not operate a burner for an extended Rubber GrateFeet . . . . . . . # WBO2TI0101 period ( ff time without cookware on tile grate . Tile finish on tile gram may chip without cookware to absorb tile heat . _ Mter cleaning , , fit _ t replace tile xent _ * rille and tile xent grille cap . Oven Light Bulbs ( ifincluded ) Socket ReceD [ aec / NOTE . " The glass cover should be removed only when coM . Wearing latex gloves may offer a better grip . Receptacle CAUTIONBeforreeplacyinougr 4 oven light bulb , disconnect the electrical powerto the oven atthe main fuse or circuit breaker panel . Be sure to let tile light cover and bulb Usegl0ves orcloth cool completely . For your safb _ ' , do not touch a hot bulb Glass cove [ with bare hands or a damp cloth . Toremove : [ ] Push tile bulb straight into tile receptacle all tile way . [ ] Tm'n tile glass co \ er counterclockwise I / 4 turn mlfil tile ] Place the robs of the glass coxer intoe tabs el tile glass cover clear tile tile grooves of tile socket , Turn til groo \ es ot tile socket . glass co \ vr clockwise 1 / 4 turn to engage . [ ] Using , _ _ oloves or a dr _ cloth removet . tile bulb by pulling it , str @ _ dlt , ( ) li For improved lighting inside the oven , clean tile glass cover Toreplace : fl'equently using a wet cloth . This IJse a new 130 - xolt halogen bulb , [ ] should be done when tile oven is not to exceed 5 ( 1 watts . completely cool . Using oloves or a drx cloth remove [ ] tile bulb fl'om its l ) ackaging . , , Do not ] Reconnect electrical power to tile ( ) veil , touch tile bulb with bare fingel _ . 23
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Careand cleaning of the range . Oven Light Replacement ( ifincluded ) [ ] Replace bull ) _ th a 40 - wattg CAUTlONB : efroerpelaycoionuvgren appliance bulb or two - pron light bulb , disconnect theelectncal power to the halogen bull ) as al ) l ) rOl ) I _ ate . range at the main fuseor circuit breakerpanel . Toreplace the cover : Be sure to let the light cover and 1 ) ulb cool coml ) letel ) . [ ] I , ine up tabs of lens in fl'ont of tabso on housing and rotate clockwise t Toremove the cover : engage . m \ fist lens counterclockwise about a [ ] Connect electrical power to fl _ e quarter ttli'n to i'eillo _ , e . i'ange . DO not remove any screws to remove thecover Broiler Pan and Grid Donot dean thebroiler pan orgrid in a If fl ) od has bm'ned on , sprinkle the grid self - cleaningoven . with detergent while hot and cover with wet paper towels or a dishcloth . Soaking _ Mter broiling , remove the broiler pan Donotstore asoiledbroilerpan the pan will remove burned - on fi ) ods . fl'om the oven . Remove the grid fl'om the andgrid anywherein therange . Both the broi / erpan andgrid may be cleanedwith pan . Carefully pour out the grease fl'om a commercb / oven cleaner the pan into a proper containe _ : Washand rlbse the broi / er pan andgrid inhot Both the broiler pan and grid can also be water with a soap - tiffedor plastic scounbgpad cleaned in a dishwasher : Storage Drawer Removal Toremove the drawer : Toreplace the drawer : [ ] Pull the drawer out tmtil it stops . [ ] Place the drawer rails on the guides . [ ] i , ift the ti'ont of the drawer tmtil the [ ] Push the drawer back tmtil it stops . stops clear the guides . il Stopguide [ ] Lift the fl'ont ( if the drawer andr push back tmtil the stops clea the [ ] Remo ' , e the ( h'awe _ : guides . [ ] I , ower the ti'ont of the drawer and push back tmtil it closes . Oven Racks ( Clean the ( wen racl < s with an abrasive NOTE : Theovenracks maybecleanedb the Ovenrack self - cleaningoven . However , the ovenracks cleanser or scorning pad . _ Mter cleaning , will darken / bcolor , lose their lusterand rinse the racks with clean water and chy becomehardto slide if cleanedduringthe with a clean cloth . self - cleaningcycle . To make the o \ en racks slide more easily , apply a small alllOtlnt ( ff cooking oil to a paper towel and wipe the edges of the oven racks with the paper towel . 24
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ge . com Cleaning the Oven Door : : Ji : I : f anv stain on tile door vent trim is To clean the inside of the door : persistent , use a soft abrasive cleaner i _ : _ Because tile area inside tile gasket is and a si ) onge - scrubber tot best results . cleaned during tile selfk'lean cycle , you do not need to clean this bv hand . : : Ji : S : pillage ol marinades , fl'uitjuices , ! I tomato sauces and basting materials _ : The area outside the gasket and tile door liner can be cleaned with a containing acids may cause Do not rub or clean the door gasket - - discoloration and should be wiped it has an extremely low resistance to soap - filled or plastic scom - ing pad , abrasion . up immediately . When smti _ ce is cool , hot water and detergent . Rinse well clean and _ inse . If you notice the gasket becoming worn , with a vinegar and water solution . frayed or damaged in any way or if it has To clean the outside of the door : _ : Do not use oven cleane _ , cleaning become displaced on the door , you should i ) owde _ or hm _ h abrasives on tile have it replaced . : : Ji : U : se soap and water to thoroughly outside ol tile doo _ : clean the top , sides and ti ' ( mt of the oven d ( ) o _ : Pdnse well . Dm may also use a glass cleaner to clean the glass on tile outside of tile d ( ) o _ : D ( ) not let water drip into the vent openings . Lift - Off Oven Door X ' _ qthtile Bottom Thedooris veryheavy . Be carefulwhen [ ] door at tile edge removingandlifting thedoor . d sbt same angle as Donot hfi thedoorby thehandle . tile removal SI0t Toremovethe door : position , seat the indentation of [ ] Fully open tile dora : the hinge mm into tile bottom [ ] Pull tile hinge locks down toward tile door ti'ame , to tile tmlocked edge of tile hinge slot . Tile notch in the hinge am _ must be flfllv seated I ) osition . A tool , such as a small into tile bottom ot tile slot . fiat - blade screwdriver ; may be Hingelock required . Fully open tile doo _ : If tile door will Pull hinge locks down to unlock . [ ] not full } open , tile indentation is [ ] Firefly grasp both sides of tile door not seated correctly in tile bottom at tile top . edge of the slot . [ ] Close door to tile door wremoxaleen Push tile hinge , locks t : lI ) aoainstm tile position , which is halfway bet [ ] fl'ont fl'ame of tile oxen cavit _ to tile the broil stop position and flfllv locked position . closed . [ ] I , ift door up and out tmtil tile hinge am _ is clear of the slot . Removal position arm Toreplace the door : Hing ( _ [ ] Fimd _ grasp both sides ot the door at tile top . Push hinge locks up to lock . [ ] Close tile o _ en doo _ : 25
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Careand cleaning of the range . Stainless Steel Surfaces ( onsomemodels ) Donotusea steel woolpad ; it will scratch To inquire about pro'chasing stainless thesurface . steel appliance cleaner or polish , or to find the location _ ff a dealer or Camco To clean the stainless steel surfi _ ce , Parts Store nearest you , please call ore " use warm sudsy water or a stainless steel toll - fl'ee nmnber : cleaner or polish . _ Mwa ) _ s wipe the suHi _ ce in the direction of the grain . Follow the NationalPartsCenter 1.800.626.200 ( U2 . S . ) cleaner instructions fin " cleaning the 1.800.661.161 ( C6anada ) stninless steel smthce . ge . com ( U . S . ) www . GEAppliances . ca ( Canada ) Painted Surfaces Do not use commercial o ' , en cleanet _ , Painted sm'ti _ ces include the top and sides of the doo _ ; and the drawer fi'ont . cleaning powde _ , steel wool or ha _ h Clean these with soap and water or abrasixes on an ) painted sm'ti _ ce . a vinegar and water solution . Oven Vent and Cooktop Air Inlet The oven is vented through an opening Never c _ wer these openings Mth almninmn fifil or anv other material . in the cooktop trader the grille . The cooktop rakes in air through the air inlet This would prevent the vents fi'om locamd through the cooktop . working i ) roperly . Cooktopair inlet Control Panel If desired , thetouchpadsmaybe turnedoff Remove heavier soil with wam _ soap ) wateI : Do not t / se abI'asi _ , es of _ lIIV kind . beforecleaning . See the Control Lockoutsection . Turnonthetouchpadsaftercleaning . Clean up splatte _ with a damp cloth . Removable OvenFloor Oyenflo ° r _ To remove the oven floor for easier V _ Clean the oven floor with warn / iiii _ - - . < cleaning : SOap } wateI : IMPORTANT ? dw'a ) s replace the [ ] Remo _ e the o _ en door using the instructions in the Lift - OffOvenDoor removable floor befin'e the next use . section . / " [ ] GI'aS l ) o _ , en f ] ooI " at the I'e _ lI " fingei " slots on each side , 1N it up , push it back and pull it Otlt . 26
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Before you carl for service . . , gecom Troubleshooting - tips Save time and money / . Review the charts on the following pages first and you may not need to call for service . Possible Causes What ToDo Burners have yellow or The combustion quality of • Use the illustrations beh ) w to detemfine if your burner burner flmnes needs to be flames are hernial . If burner flames look like A , call for yellow - tipped flames service . Nomml burner flames should look like B or C , determhmd visually . depending on the t , ipe of gas you rise . _ ] th I , P gas , seine yellow tipping on outer cones is hernial . A - Yellow flames B - Yellow tips C - Softblue flames Carlfor service onouter cones Normal for natural NormalforLPgas gas Control knobs Knob isn't pushed down . • To turn fl'om the OFF position , push the knob in and will notturn then tUl'U . Burnersdo Plug on range is not • Make sure electrical plug is plugged into a live , properly not light completely inserted in the grounded ouflet . electrical outlet . Gas supply not commcted • See the Installation / ustru ( fious that came with your or turned on . range . A fuse in your home may be • Rel ) lace the fl / se or reset the circuit breakel : blown or the circuit breaker tripped . Burner parts not replaced • See the Care and cleaning of the range section . correctly . Control Lockout feature • ] f LOC0Nal ) pe : u _ in the display , the oven control is is activated h ) cked . Turn this teature ott to use the oven . See the Control Lockout section . _ cking sound of spark Control knob is still • Turn the knob out of the LifE l ) osifiou to the desired igniter persists after in the LITE position , setting . burner lights • Turn the burner ott and relight . If ticking is still l ) reseut , call for service . Burner flames very hnproper air to gas ratio . • ] f range is connected to 12 gas , check : ill steps large oryellow in the hastallation Instructions that came with votu " range . Oven light does Light bulb is loose or defective . • Tighten or replace the btdb . not work Switch operating • ( : all fin " 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 in the electrical outlet , grounded ouflet . A fuse in your home may be • Rel ) lace the fl / se ( > r reset the drcuit breaker : blown or the circuit breaker tripped . Oven conlrols improperly set . • See the Using the oven section . Door left in the locked position . • If necessary , allow the ( wen to cool ; then tudock 27 the doo _ :
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Before you call forservice . . . Troubleshooting - tips Possible Causes What ToDo Fooddoes not bake Oven controls improperly set . * See tile Using the oven section . or roast properly Rack position is incorrect * See the Using the oven section . or the rack is not level . Incorrect cookware or * See the Usingthe oven sectilm . cookware of improper size being used . Oven thermostat needs * See the Adjust the oven thermostat - Do it yourself ! adjustment , section . Fooddoesnot Oven controls improperly set . * Make sure you touch the BROILHI / LOpad . bmil properly Improper rack position * See tile Broiling Guide . being used . Cookware not stilted * Use the broiling , lean and , grid that came with your range . for broiling . Alumhmm foil used on the * See tile Usingthe oven section . the broiling pan mad grid has not been fitted properly mad slit as recommended . ha some areas the power * Preheat tile broil element fin " 10 minutes . ( voltage ) maybe low . * Broil for the hm , _ est _ _ period of time recommended ill the Broiling Guide . Oventemperature Oven thermostat * See the Adjust the oven thermostat - Do it yourself ! too hot or too cold needs adjustment , section . Oven door is crooked The door is out of position . * Because the oven door is removable , it sometimes gets out of position during installation . Remove and replace the oven door . See the Lift - Off Oven Door se ( ' tion , Storagedrawer Rear drawer support is * Reposition the draweL See the Storage Drawer is crooked on top of the guide rail . Removal instructions in tile Care and cleaning of your range section . Storagedrawer Rear drawer support is • Reposition the drawel : See the Storage Drawer won'tclose on top of the guide rail . Remova / instructions in tile Care and cleaning of your range se ( - tion . 28
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ge . com 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 , laroperly not work inserted ha the electrical oudet , grounded outlet . A fuse ha your home * Rel ) lace tile h / se or reset tile circuit breaker : may be blo _ aa or the circuit breaker tripped . Oven con _ cols improperly set . * See the Using the clock and timer section . Oven will not self - clean Oven consols improperly set . * See the Using the self - cleaning oven section . Oven door is not in the * Make sure you move the door latch handle all the way locked position , to the right . " Crackling " or This is the somad of the * This is normal . " popping " sound metal heating and cooling during both the cooking mad cleaning functions . Excessive smoking Excessive soil . * Tourh the CLEAR / OFFpad . Ol ) eU the windows to during a clean cycle rid the room of smoke . Wait tu ] til the light on the SELF CLEANpad goes off . Wipe up the excess soil and reset the clean cycle . Oven door will not Oven too hot . * Alh ) w the oven to cool beh ) w h ) ckiug temperature . open after a clean cycle Oven not clean after a Oven conlrols not properly set . * See the Using the self - cleaning oven section . clean cycle Oven was heavily soiled . * Clean ul ) heavy sl ) illovers before starting the clean cycle . Heavily soiled ovens may need to self : clean again or for a lou , , er _ period of time . " F - - anda number You have a ftmction error code . * Touch the CLEAP _ / OFFIaad . Put the oven back into or letter " flash ( ) perati ( > u . in the display If the function code repeats . * Dis ( ' onuect all power to the range for at least 30 seconds and then reconnect power . / f the flu ] ctiou error code repeats , call for service . • / f a flmctiou error code alalaears during the self : cleaniu , _ cycle , check the oven door latch . The latch may have been moved , if only slightly , from the locked position . Make sure the latch is moved to the right as thr as it will go . Touch the CLEAP _ / OFFpad . Allow the ( ) , , ' ell to COO1 f ( ) l " oue hotu ' . Put the ovel ] back into Olaeratiou . 29
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Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting tips Possible Causes What To Do Display flashes " bAd " The installed connection * Contact installer or electrician to correct miswire . then " linE " with a from the house to the refit loud tone is miswired . Control signals after You forgot to enter a * Touch the BAKE pad and desired temperatm'e or entering cooking time bake temperature or the SELF CLEAN pad and desired clean time . or start time cleaning time . Display goes blank A fuse in your home may * Replace the fllse or reset the circuit breaker . be blown or the circttit breaker tripped . The clock is in * See the Using the clock and timer section . black - out mode . Displayflashes Power failure . * Reset the clock . Unable to get the Oven control pads were * TheBROILHI / LOandBAKEpadsmt , stl ) etouchedat displayto show " SF " not touched properly , the same time and held for 3 seconds . Power outage , Power outage or surge . * Reset the clock . If the oven was in use _ ou must reset clock flashes it 1 ) _ , , touching , the CLEAR / OFFpad , , settim , _ the ch ) ck and resetting an 3 cooking flmction . " Burning " or ? oily " This is normal in a new oven * To speed the process , set a self - clean cxcle for a odor emitting from and wiU disappear in time . minimmn of 3 horn's . See the Using tho se / f - c / eaning the vent oven section . Strong Odor An odor from the insulation * This is temporary . around the inside of the oven is normaJ for the first few times the oven is used . Fan noise A cooling fan may • This is normal . The cooling tim will mrn off and on to cool internal parts . It may Hm after the o _ en is automatically turn on and off . tin'ned OFF . 30
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GE Service Protection Plus ' M GE , a name recognized worldwide fbr quality and dependability , of ; % rs you Service Protection Plus ' _ ' - - comprehensive protection on all yore appliances - - No Matter What Brand ! Benefits Include : We 71 Cover Any Appliance . * Backed by GE * All brands covered Anywhere . Anytime . * Unlimited service calls . All parts and labor costs included o No out - of - pocket expenses o No hidden deductibles o One 800 number to call You will be completel ) satisfied with our service protection or ) ou ma ) request your mone ) back on the remaining value of your contract . No questions asked . It's that simple . Protect yore " refrigerator , dishwasher , washer and dryer , range , TV _ VCR and much more - - aaay brand ! Plus there's no extra charge flw emergency service and low monthly financing is available . Even icemaker coverage and fl ) od spoilage protection is offered . You can rest easy , knowing that all your valuable household products are protected against expensive repairs . Place , our confidence in GE and call us in the U . S . toll - free at _ UU . _ Z _ . ZZZ _ for n / ol'e in _ ol'I - t / atiOll . : i , k * ] l I ) l ? } ln ( / s ( o _ . ( tl _ ( % L tip to _ 0 ) eltl ? S ill ( I , ] 11 the ( ontillenl tl [ . S . _ ( ] tll here Please place in envelope and mail to : GeneralElectricCompany Warranty Registration Department P . O . Box 32150 Louisville , KY 40232 - 2150 27
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FOR CONSUMERS IN THE UNITED STATES Consumer Product Ownership Registration Dear Customer : Thank you for purchasing our product and thank you for placing your confidence in us . We are proud to ha _ e you as a custonler ! Follow these three steps to protect your new appliance investment : Complete and mail Aher mailing tile Read VOllr ( ) wller's yoor Consurlrler Manual carefilllv . registration below , Product Ownership store this doclllllellt It will help you Registration today . in a sati , , place . It opel - _ lte VOIlF llew ttuvc tile peace of contains intornlation appliance properly . mind of knowing w _ you will need should call ( olltact VOll ill you require service . the unlikely exent of a Our selMce mmlber is satbty m _ Mification . 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) . Model Number Serial Number I I , , I I I Important : If you did not get a registration card with your product , detach and return the form below to ensure that your product is registered , or register online at ge . com . . _ , , . , _ Cut here Consumer Product Ownership Registration Model Number Serial Number I , , , , , , , , , , , I I , , , , , , M * : Ms . Mrs . Miss Firsl ] ] Last ] I I I I I I Name I I I I I I I I I Name I I I I I I _ [ 1 " ( ( ! 1 [ A & hx ss I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I A . . # i , , , , , , , i E - lllail _ \ ( l ( h'ess * * Please pr _ ) vid _ y _ ) ur e - mail address to receive , via eqnail , discounts , special oflbr _ and other important communications from GE Appliances ( ( ; ILk ) . [ Check here if you do not want to receive comnmnications ti - om G1LVs carefillly selected partner ' , . FAILI JRE T ( ) COMPLETE AND RETI RN TIIIS CAR1 ) D ( ) ES NOT DIMINISt t _ , _ ) t R Applionces Generol Electric Compony " _ , ) _ . IL \ N'IY RI ( ; IITS . GLEouiCsvoinllseu , meKr ¥ 402 & 25IndustriaJ For more inti ) rmaIion about ( ' , ILVs priv _ Q " and dala usage polk3 ; go to ge . com and click on ge . com " Pri _ a _ y Policy " or call 800.626.2224 . 22
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Accessories . Looking For Something More ? Youcan find these accessories and many more at ge . com ( U . S . ) or www . geappliances . ca ( Canada ) , or call 800.626.2002 ( U . S . ) or 888.261.3055 ( Canada ) ( during normal business hours ) . Have your model number ready . Grates Surface Burner Heads & Caps Oven Racks Broiler Pan Cleaner and polish Light Bulbs Knobs Tired of discolored _ cks ? ¼ qshing you had exmMlea _ T - duty oven racks ? NOW AVAILABLE for your range : ( ; E's inn ( wative , self : cleanable porcelain - coated oven racks ! • Hem T Duty • Durable • Able to be cleaned in a self - cleaning oven Visit ge . com ( U . S . ) or www . geappliances . ca ( Canada ) % r more inff ) rmation . 33
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GEGasRange Warranty . ( Focr . stemeinrstheUniteSdtates ) 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 , visit 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 . warranty . GE Will Replace : Any part of the range which tifils due to a detect in materials or worlananship . During this Fromthe date of the limited one - year warranty , GE will also provkle , free of charge , all labor and in - home service to original purchase replace the defecti \ ' e part , ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! . ! . ! . . ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! : : Ji : S : ervice trips to your home to teach you how to use : : Ji : D : amage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . the product . ! i _ : Improper h _ sta ] lation , delivery or mahltenmlce . _ : h _ cidenta ] or consequential da _ mage caused by possible defects with this applimlce . : : Ji : F : ailure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other thm _ the intended purpose or iJi : : Dmnage caused after delivery . used commercially . _ : Product not accessible to provide required service . _ : Replacentent of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . EXCLUSIONOFIMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repak as provided in this Limited Warranty . Any implied warranties , including the implied warranties of merchantability or fituess for a particular purpose , are limited to oneyear orthe shortest period 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 34
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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 warrantz Camco Will Replace : Anypatt oI the range which fidls due to a defect in materials or workananship . During this Fromthe date of the limited one - year warranty , Camco will also provide , free of charge , all labor and in - home originalpurchase service to replace the ( lefe ( ti \ ' e part . ? _ : Service trips to your home to teach you how to use ! i ? _ Dmnage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . the product . iJi : : hnproper h _ staJlation , delivery or maintenance . : : Ji : I : ucidentaJ or consequential dmnage caused by possible defects with this appliance . ? _ : Failure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other thm _ the intended purpose or ! i _ Dmnage caused after delivery . used commercially . ! i ? _ Product not accessible to provide required service . ? _ : Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . Warranty . Any implied warranties , including the implied warrauties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose , I XCLDSION OFIMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repa # asprovided in this Limited are limited to one year or the shortestperiod allowed by law . I WARRANTOR IS NOT RESP ( ) NSIBLE F ( ) R C ( ) NSEO . UENTIAI , DAMAGES . I I Warrantor : CAMC ( ) IN ( ; . I 35
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ConsumerSupport . GEAppliancesWebsite Inthe _ . sg . : o . cam 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 service , pm can now download ( ) wner's Manuals , order patqrs , catalogs , or e \ en schedule se _ Mce on - line . You can also " _ sk ( ) ur Team of Experts ' " " your questions , and so much more _ . In Canada : www . geappliaJaces . ca ScheduleService , , the _ . , . gso . : . cam Expe _ ( ; E repair service is onl } one step awe } 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 ( 800.432.2737 ) during normal business hom _ . In Canada , call 1.800.361.3400 RealLifeDesignStudio , , the , _ . g , . os . . c : am GE suppo _ s the lJnive _ 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 for 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 S00 . TDD . GEAC ( 800.833A322 ) . In Canada , contact : Manage * ; Consmner Relations , Camco , Inc . Snite 310 , I Facto _ " I , ane Moncton , N . B . E1 C 9M3 ExtendedWarranties In the Ij . S . : go . cam Purchase a ( ; E extended warranty and learn about special discounts that are available while _ our warranty is still in eitbct . You can purchase it on - line am _ • ime , o r call 8 ( ) ( ) . 6 - 2c6.22 _ 2c4 , during natural business houlN . ( lIE ( ] OllStln / er Home Services will still be there after } our warrant } expires . In Canada , call 1.888.261.2133 PartsandAccessories In the Ij . S . : go . cam Individuals qualified to sel _ ' ice their own appliances can have pmqrs or accessories sent direcdy to their homes ( VISA , MasterCard and Discover caids aie 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 he performed by any user . Other servicing generally should he referred to qualified service personnel Caution must he exereised , since impreper servicing may cause unsafe operation . Customers in Canada should consult the yellow pages for the nearest Camro service centeL or call 1.888.261.305,5 . 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 . geappliaJaces . ca , or write to : Directo * ; Consumer Relations , Camco , Inc . Snite 310 , 1 Facto _ T I , ane Moncton , N . B . E 1C 9M3 RegisterYourApplbnce , , the _ . , . oso . : . com Register your new appfiaaace on - line - - at your convenience ! Timel ) product registration will al ] o _ for enhanced communication and prompt service under the terms of } our warranty , should the need arise . You ma _ also mail in the pre - pfinted registration card included in the l ) acldng , material . In Canada : www . geappliamces . ca Printedin theUnitedStates
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