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Congratulations ! Safety Information YouAre Now Partof theGEFamily . Safely Precautions 3 , 4 Welcome to the GE family We're proud of our quafit - f products and we are Oven , 4 committed to prox _ ding dependable sendce You'll see it in this easy - to - use Owner's Manual and you'll hear it in d _ e friendly voices of our customer sen , ice department , Best of all , you'll experience d _ ese _ lues each dme you use ) , our oven That's importan t , because your new oven will be part of ' your family for many yem's And we hope you will be part of ours for a long time to come We daank you for buying GE We appreciate your purchase , and hope you _ dll continue to rely on tts whenever you need qualit 7 appliances for your home Operating Instructions Usingthe Oven . . . . . 5 - 12 GE & Vou , A Service Partnership . Usingthe Clockand timer 10 TimedBaking & Roasting , 11 IMPORTANT ! OvenThermostat . . . . . 12 Fill out and return d _ e Consumer Product Registration Card fl _ at is packed Mth this product . If you cmanot find it , please send in file duplicate card printed in fine back of this manual Care and Cleaning FORYOURRECORDS Shelves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Write the model and serial numbers here : Lift - Off OvenDoor . . . . . 13 # OvenLight Bulb . . . . . . . I3 Broiler Panand Grid , 14 # PorcelainOvenInterior ! 4 You can find them on a label on the front of the oven behind d _ e oven door . . Staple sales slip or ' cancelled check here , Proof of the original purd _ ase date is needed to obtain sen _ ice undez the warrant . TroubleshootingBps Before YouCall ForService 15 , 16 READTHISMANUAL Inside you will find many helpful hints on how to use and maintain 3 , our oven properly , Just a little preventive care on your part can save you a great deal of time and money over the life of your oven You'll find many answers to common problems in fl _ e Before YouCall ForService section , If'you review our chart of Troubleshooting _ ps first , you may not need to call for service at all Customer Service IFYOUNEEDSERVICE ProductRegistration t7 Warranty . . . . . t9 If you do need service , you can relax knowing help is only a phone call mvay . A list of tolbfree customer smMce numbers is included ServiceTelephone in the back section of finismanual Or you can always call the Numbers , , BackCover GE Answer Center ° at 800 626.2000 , 24 hours a da } ; 7 da } _ a week . 2
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . A WARNING ! Foryour safety , theinformationin this manualmustbe followedto minimizethe risk of fire or explosion , electric shock , or topreventproperty damage , personal injury , or lossof fife SAFETYPflECAUTiONS When using electrical appflances , basic safety precautions should be followed , including the fof / owing : ' Use this applim _ ce only for its intended Ahvays keep wooden and plastic utensils purpose as described in d _ is Ovmer's arm cm _ ned food a safe distance away from Manual _ your overL Be sure yore " appliance is properly Teach children not to play wid _ d _ e installed and grounded by a qualified controls or m _ y other part of the oven , , technicim _ in accordance with tl _ e Do not store flammable materials in pro'tided installation instructions ° art ovel - I o Do not attempt to repair or replace any CAUTION : Items of interest to children part of ) , our oven unless it is specificallyer should not be stored in cabinets above m _ recommended in this mmluaL All oth oven ; children climbing on the oven to servicing should be refened to a quaIified reach items could be seriousl ) , injm'ed . technician . Never wear Ioose4itdng or hanging i : : : H : ' ave the installer show you the location of garments while using the applim _ ce . Be the circuit breaker or fuse Mark it for easy careful when reaching for items stored in reference , . cabinets over the oven . Ftmnmabte Before performing any service , disconnect material could be ignited if brought in fl _ e oven power supply at the household contact with hot surfaces or heating disuibution panel by removing fl _ e fflse or elements and may cause severe bums . s _ Mtching off the circuit breaker . . Use only & 3 ' pot holders _ rnoist or damp Do not leave children None - - children pot holders on hot surfaces may result in should not be left alone or unattended in btm _ s from steam . Do not let pot holders an area where ar _ applimace is in use . They touch hot heating elements , Do not use should never be allowed to sit or stmad on a towel or oilier bulky clod _ , any pmt of the appliance . ! i : : i _ i For your safety , never use your appliance _ L : II Do not allow anyone to climb , stmad or for wm - ming or heating the room ° hm _ g on fl _ e dool : They could damage the : ? ' : : 2 Do not let cooking grease or other oven , or cause severe personal injury _ flammable materials accumulate in or near the oven . Be sure the oven is securely installed in a cabinet fl - _ atis firmly attached to the house . ! : : D : : : o : _ ni ot use water on _ ease fires . Never pick structure . Never allow mayone to climb , sit , up a flaming pan . Tuna the controls off starM or hang on the oven door , Flame in the oven cm _ be smothered Never leave d _ e oven door open when you completely by closing the oven door and are not watching the oven . turning the oven offor by using a multi - Ahvays keep combttstible _ all covering , purpose dry chemical or foam - type fire curtains or drapes a safe distance from extinguisher , your oven , Do not store or ' use combustible materials , gasoline or other flmaqmable vapors and Always keep dish towels , dish clod , s , pote holdeps and od _ er linens a safe distmac liquids in flae _ dcinity of this or any oflaer from your oven , , applimace ° 3
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iMPORTANTSAFETYiNFORMATION . READALL iNSTRUCTiONSBEFOREUSING A WARNING ! COOKMEATANDPOULTRTYHOROUGHLY . . . Cookmeat andpoultry thoroughly - - meat to at least an INTERNALtemperatureof lfiO ° £ andpoultry to at least an INTERNALtemperatureof 180 ° ECookingto thesetemperaturesusuaflyprotectsagainst foodbomeillness SAFETYPRECAUtiONS Do not touch the heating elements or the : ; : When using cooNng or roasting bags in interior surface of the oven . These surfaces the oven , follow the mmaufacturer's directions . may be hot enough to bum even though they are dark in colon During mad after Pulling out the shelf to flte stop - lock is a use , do not touch , or let clothing or other convenience in lifting hea W foods ° It is also flammable materials contact any interior a precaution against bums from touching area of the oven ; allow sufficient time for hot surfaces of the door or oven walls , cooling first . Do not use the oven to dry newspapers . Potentially hot surfaces include oven vent K overheated , they can catch on fire . openings , surfaces near the openings , i ? : Do not use the oven for a stol - age area . crevices around the oven door , the edges Items stored in an oven cm _ igmiteo of die vAndow and metal trim pm - ts above flae door Do not leave paper products , cooking utensils or food in the oven when not REMEMBER : The inside surface of dae oven in use . may be hot when flae door is opened After broiling , ahvays take the broiler pma Stmad mvay from the oven when opening out of flae oven mad clean iL Leftover the oven doon Hot air or steam which grease in the broiler pma can catch fire escapes can cause bums to hmads , face next time you use the pan . . mid ! or eyes . Never leavejm - s or cans of fat drippings in : , : : ' D : o not heat unopened food container & _ ' or rlear " ) , our oven Pressure could build up and the contahaer cotfld burst , catksing m _ injur ) : Clean only parts listed in dais Use mad Care Manual . ; ' : : Keep the oven vent unobm'ucted . Do not use aluminum foil to line oven : ' : Keep flae oven free from grease buildup , bottoms , except as suggested in this : " : Place the oven shelf in the desired position mm _ ual . , h _ proper installation of while die oven is cool . If shelves must be alumirmm foil may result in a risk of hm - Jdted when hoq do not let pot holder electric shock or fire . contact the heating elements , , ReadandfollowthisSafetyInformationcarefully . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS 4
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Usingthe oven controls . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model OVEN { & , & & TEMP HOUR MIN OvenControl , Clockand timer FeaturesandSettings DELAYSTART Pad BAKEPad Press this pad to select d _ e bake function , Use along with COOKINGTIME pad m set fl _ e oven to start and stop automadcally at Display a time you set . , Shows fl _ e dme of da ) ; oven temperaatre , CLOCKPad whether d _ e oven is in d _ e bN _ e or broil mode and die times set for the timer or Press d _ Aspad before setting the clock . , automatic oven operations KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFFPad If " F - - and anumber or letter " flashin the display Press dais pad to select tt _ e th : ner featm'e and theoven control signals , this indicatesa functionerrorcode ° PresstheCLEAR / OFpFad Allow CLEAR / OFFPad theoventocoo ! foronehour . Putthe ovenbackinto Press dlis pad to cancel ALL oven operationIf thefunctionerrorcoderepeatsd , isconnect operations except fl _ e clock m _ d timei : thepowerto theovenandcarlforservice A HOUR and MIN + and - Pads If youroven was setfora timedovenoperationand a _ Press these pads to set dmes up to 9 hours power outage occurred , theclockandallprogrammed functionsmustbereset . and 59 minutes _ for example , d _ e Lime of day on die clock , file timer , Ll _ estarting Thetimeof day wilt flash in thedisplaywhenthere and lengd _ of cooldng time for timed bake hasbeenapower outage , START Pad TEMP + and - Pads Mtkstbe pressed to start an ) , cooking Press d _ ese pads to set d _ e cooking ffmcdon , temperatm " e you want to use , COOKING TIME Pad OVENLIGHT ON / OFFPad 0 • Press this pad and d _ en press d _ e ntmaber Press dais pad to mm d _ e oven light on pads to set the amount of time you want or off your food to cook , The oven will shut off BROILHI / LO Pad when dm cooking time has run out Press dais pad to select dm broil function , 5
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Special features of your oven control 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 , press the STARTpad . The special features will remain in memory after a power failure 12 Hour Shut - Off BAKE Press dae DELAYSTARTpad , , The j + _ Withthisfeatures , houldyouforgetandleavethe [ _ " _ " ovenon , thecontrolwill automaticallyturnoff the display Will show 12shdn ( ! 2 hour shut - off ) , Press dae BELAYSTART after3hoursduringa broilfunction ovenafter I2 hoursduringbakingfunctionsor pad again mad the display will show noshdn ( no shut - off ) If you wish to turn off fl _ is feature , follow Press the STARTpad to activate theset fl _ e steps below no shut - off and leave the control [ _ Press dae BAKE and BROIL HI / LO [ _ in this special features mode , pads at the same dme for 3 seconds undl flae display shows SE Fahrenheit or Centigrade Temperature Selection Youor vencontroils setto usetheFahrenheit BAKE . A ! + _ Press the BROILHI / LOpad again The temperature . selectionbsut youmaychange display will show C ( Centigrade ) , , thisto usetheCentigradseelections Press dae STARTpad Press dae BAKE and BROILHI / LO % pads at d _ e same dme for 3 seconds undl Oae display shows SE [ _ Press dae BROILHI / LOpad . The display will show F ( Fahrenheit ) , Cook and Hold Younr ewcontrolhasacookandholdfeaturethat I . . . . . . . . . . . Press dae COOKINGTIMEpad - t - he keepscookedfoodswarmforupto3 hoursafter display will show H / d OFF . thecookinqfunctionis finished PressrJaeCOOKINGTIME pad again To activate dais feature , follow the steps to acd _ rate d _ e feature , The display below will show Hid ONo G [ _ Press dae BAKEand BROILHI / LO Press die STARTpad to activate pads at dae same dine for 3 seconds dae cook and hold feature and undI dae display shows SE leave dae conu'oI set in this special features mode , 6
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Tones at the End of a Timed Cycle Press dze KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFF At theendof a timedcycle , 3shortbeepswill I , [ ] soundfollowedbyonebeepeven / 6secondsuntil pad , lqae dJspla ) , shows CON BEEP tt _ eCLEAR / O £ pFadiSpressedThiscontinuou6s ( continuous beep ) Press the secondbeepmaybecanceled KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFF pad again , , The display shows BEER To cm _ cel fl _ e 6 second beep : ( This cancels file one beep evm - ) , @ 6 seconds ) [ _ PressdaeBAKEmid BROILHI / LO pads at file same time for 3 seconds until file display shows SE [ _ Press the STARTpad 12 Hour , 24 Hour or Clock Black - Out Yourcontrolis setto usea 12hourcte _ k Press the CLOCKpad again to change to the . 94 hour military time clock . The If you would prefer to hm , e a . 94 hour display will show 24 hr . If this is dae choice military time clock or black - out the clock you want press tim STARTpad , display , follow file steps below , Press fl _ e CLOCKpad again to black - [ Z ] Press fl _ e BAKE and BROIL HI / LO out flae clock display The display will pads at fl _ e same time for 3 seconds show OFF . K this is the choice you want until the display shows SE press the STARTpad , Press the CLOCKpad once . The NOTE " If theclockis in thebtacboutmodeyou g ] display v _ 21show I2 hr , If fais is dae will not beabletouse theDelayStartfunction choice you want press the START pad . . Changing the Speed of the + or - Pads [ BARE _ 1 + _ Asyouusethe + or - padswhensettinga time [ _ Press dm + pad to increase tile ortemperaturey , oumaynoticethedisplay speed up to die nmnber 5 , changesslowly , Thisspecialfeaturealfow ` syouto Press d _ e - pad to decrease dae changethespeed Tosetthespeedyouprefer , followthestepsbelow , speed down to the number 1 , Press d _ e BAKE and BROIL HI / LO [ _ 1 Press START to acrid , ate dae setting % and leave file conu - ol set in dais pads at the same time for 3 seconds until the display shows SE special features mode @ [ _ Press file + pad , The display , rill show you a set speed between 1 and 5 7
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Usingtheoven . i J unHu . , ul . . To avoid possible bums , place the shelves in the desired position before you turn the oven on , Before you begin . . . The shelves have stopqocks , so that when Toremove ashelf , pull it toward you , tilt placed con'ectiy on the supports , they will d _ e fi " ont end up and pull it out . stop before coming completely out , and To replace , place the end of the shelf will not I _ L ( stop - ! ocks ) on d _ e support , tilt up the _ ( _ en placing and remo _ dng cookware , front and push d _ e shelf in . pull the shelf out to tiae bump on the shelf support Theoven ha _ 4 sheff positions How to Set the Oven for Baking or Roasting Type of Food Shelf Position [ ] ] ] Press the BAKE pad . Frozepnies ( oncookiseheet ) BorC [ _ Press the rEMP + or - pads to set the desired temperature Angefloodcake . A bundot rpouncdakes Press the STARTpad , , % Biscuitsm . uffinsb , rownies , BorC Check food for doneness at @ cookiesc , upcakes . minimum time on recipe Cook layercakesp , ies longer if necessary , Casseroles BorC [ _ ] Press dae CtEAR / OFFpad when cooking is complete , NOTEA : coolingfanmayautomaticallyturnon andoffto coolinternalpans Thisis normal , and thefanmaycontinuetorunevenaftertheovenis turnedoff . Preheating and Pan Placement Preheat the oven if dae recipe calls for it . Baking results will be better if baking pans are centered in the oven as much as To preheat , set flae oven at the correct possible , Pans should not touch each temperature , Preheating is necessary for good results when baking cakes , cooldes , other or the walls of die oven , Kyou need pastry and breads . to use two shelves , stagger dae pans so one is not directly above dae adler , and leave Forovenswithoutapreheatindicatorlight or approximately 1W ' between pans , from tone , preheat10minutes d _ e front , back and sides of the wall , , Aluminum Foil r You can use aluminum foil to line fl _ e Never endrel ) co _ er a shelf _ tia alumimlm foil This wilt disturb flae heat _ _ x . , / - t ~ _ ; - _ v . , _ broiler pan mad broiler grid ° However , you must mold the foil tightly to tiae grid drculation and result in poor baking and cut slits in itjust like the grid . , A smaller sheet of foil may be used to Aluminumfoil mayalsebe usedtocatcha catch a spiltover by placing it on a lower gut slits in the fail just like the grid shelfse _ eral , inches below fl _ e food , spillover . 8
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How to Set the Oven for Broiling [ _ Place d _ e meat or fish on fl _ ebroiIer [ _ Press flae BROIL HI / LO pad once for H ! Broil , grid in fl _ ebroiler pan To change to LO Broil press flae [ _ Follow suggested shelf positions in Lhe Broiling Guide BROIL HI / LO pad again Ifyourovenis connectedto208volts , raresteaks [ _ Press fl _ e START pad maybebroiledbypreheating _ hebroilerand positioningtheovensheffonepositionhigher . [ _ When broiling is finished , press d _ e £ LEAB / OFF pad , Leave the door open to the broil stop position Tiredoor stays open by itself , yet the proper temperature Broiling Guide is maintained in _ lreoven Shelf First Side Second Side Quantityand / or Thickness Position Time [ rain , . ) " lime ( rain . ) Comments 1 / 2 lb C 4Yz 4V _ Arrangeinsinglelayer , ( ab £ _ 8 ! thinstices . . } . . . . . . . 10 Ground Beet Spaceeventy Up to t Ib ( 4patties ) C Well Done 1t2 to 3 / 4 " thick 8 patties take about the sametime + Bee | Steaks 5 Rare t " thick c 6 Steakslessthan1 " I to t ½ Ibs C 8 S Medium thickcookthrough C _ 2 11 Well Done before browning Pan fryingisrecommended Slashfat , 7 + B Rare 1 ½ " thick c t015 14 - ! 6 Medium 2 to 2 ½ Ibs C c 25 20 - 25 Welt Done 10 - i5 t whole A 35 Reducetime about 5 Chicken 2 to 2Vzlbs . to 10 minutesperside _ orcut - upchicken split lengthwise Brusheachside with melted bt _ tte _ Broil skin + side - downfirst . Do not B t3 - 15 LobsterTails 2 - 4 Cut throughbackof turn 5 to Boz each shel _ Spreadopen OVer ' Brushwith meIted butler before broiling an _ after hal | ot broi + ingtime . C Fish Fillets 114to t12 " thick Handleand tom very careiu + ! yBrushwith lemonbutter before an _ during cooking if desired Preheat broiler to increase browning , . . . . . . . . . . . . I + " th + + . . k . . B Increasetime 5 to 10 Ham Slices minutespers { defor ( precooked ) 1 ½ " thickor home + curedham , lO S _ ashfat C 10 2 ( 1t2 " thick ) . . _ . . O . rlCi imps B 13 13 Weft Done 2 ( 1 " thick } about 1 Ib _ Lamb Chops 10 9 SIashfat C Medium 2 ( 1 " thick } about ! 0 10 c 12 Well Done to 12oz C t4 ! 2 Medium 2 ( 1 ½ " thick ) about1 + b B 17 _ 2 - t4 Well Done 9
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Using the clockandtimer . i To Set the Clock The clock must be set to the correct time [ _ Press the CLOCKpad , of day for the automatic oven timing [ _ Press the HOUR and MIN + or - functions to work properly , The time of pads to set die time of day Make sure the clock is set to the day cannot be changed during thned correct time of flay . baking . . [ _ Press the START pad To Set the Timer I KITCHEN ] _ qlen the timer reaches : 00 , d _ e | TIMERI [ Z ] Press the KITCHENTIMER _ J ON / OFFpad , conu'ol will beep 3 times followed by one beep every 6 seconds unti ! [ _ Press the HOURand MIN + or Thetimer is a minute timer on / } , . the KITCHENTIMERON / OFFpad is - pads until the amount of pressed . Thetimer does not control oven time you want shows in d _ e display operations Themaximum setling on flTe6secondtonecanbecanceledbyfollowing the timer is 9 hours anti 59 minutes If you maim a mistake , press thestepsin theSpecialfeaturesof youroven KITCHENTIMERON / OFFand controlsectionunderTonesat theEndofa timedCycle begin again . [ _ Press the STRRTpad AfterpressingtheSTARTpad , SETdisappears , thistellsyouthetimeis countingdown . although thedisplaydoesnotchangeuntilonemihutehas passed To Reset the Timer K the display is still showing d _ e time If the remaining time is not in Odedisplay ( clock , delay start or cooking time are in remaining , you may change it by pressing d _ e KITCHENTIMERON / OFFpad , d _ en die display ) , recall die remaining time by pressing d _ e KITCHENTIMER ON ! OFFpad press d _ e HOUR and MIN + or - pads until d _ e time you want appears in dae and then pressing the HOURand MIN + display , or - pads to enter d _ e new dine you want ToCancel the Timer Pressd _ eKITCHENTIMERON / OFF pad adce . I0
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Usingthe timed baring androasting features , NOTE : Foods that spoil easily - such as milk , eggs , fish , stuffings , poultry and pork - should not be allowed to sit for more than I hour 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 BARE ] Theovenwd ! turnonimmedlate ! ayndcook fora [ _ [ ] Using die HOUR and MtN + or - selectedlengthof time At theendof thecooking pads , enter the desired baking dme . timetheovenwill turnoffautomatically . The oven temperature and fl _ e & cootdng time d _ at you entered Make surefl _ e clocks , howstl _ e correct TEMP will be displayed time of da _ : [ _ ] Press the STARTpad [ _ Press tI _ e BAKE pad . . The display shows d _ e oven temperature [ _ ] Using the TEMP + or - pads , that you set and the cooking time enter the desired ternperamre . countdown , 1 " he display starts changing [ 2 _ ] Press the COOKINGTIMEpad once d _ e temperature reaches I O0 ° E HOUR MIN The oven xdll continue to cook for dee NOTE : Ifyourreciperequirespreheatingy , ou mayneedto addad & tionaltimeto thelength programmed amotmt of time , daen of thecookingtime shut off atttomadcally , Press d _ e CLEAR / OFFpad to clear the display , How to Set a Delayed Start and Automatic Stop BAKE ] YOucansettheovencontrolto delay - startthe NOT _ An attenoontonewill soundif youare usingtimedbakinganddonotpresstheSTART oven , cookfora specificlengthof timeandthen padafterenteringthebakingtemperature turnoff automatically , Maim sm'e fl _ e clock shows fl _ ecorrect If you would like to check d _ e times you TEMP have set press d _ e DELAYSTART pad to time of day , check dee start time you have set or press [ _ Press the BAKEpad flee COOKINGrIME pad to check the lengda of cooking time you have set . Using the TEMP + or - pads , enter the desired temperature , ISq _ en the oven turns on at the time of day you have set , fl _ e display wilt Press the COOKINGTIME pad HOUR MIN show d _ e changing temperature ( starting at IO0 ° E ) and die cooking NOTE'If yourreciperequirespreheaongy , ou time countdown mayneedtoaddadditionaltimeto thelength of thecookingtime At dee end of timed baking , die oven will turn off The end of cycle tone xsdtl [ ] _ ] Using d _ e HOURand MIN + or - sound , pads , enter die desired baking time . Press the CLEAR / OFFpad to clear file Press dee OELAYSTART pad HOUR MIN display . [ _ ] Using dm HOUR and M / N + or - pads , enter fl _ e time of day you want die oven to turn on and start cooking [ Z ] Press flee STARTpad . 1 !
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Adjust the oven thermostat - - Be it yourself ! Youmay find that your new oven cooks differentlythan the one it repfaced . Use your new oven for a few weeks to become more familiar with i _ 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 van / 20 - 40 degrees . NOTE : This adjustment will not affect the broiling temperature The adjustment wilt be retained in memory after a power failure . ToAdjust the Thermostat BAKE t + _ Press d _ e BAKE and BROILHI / I . O pads at fl _ e saune Lime for 3 seconds undl the display shows SF . I BAKE l [ _ Press the BAKE pad , A ave di _ t number shows in the display , TEMP The oven ten _ pei - ature can be @ adjusted up to ( + ) 35 ° E hotter or ( - ) 35 ° F . coolec Tap fl _ e TEMP + pad to increase tt _ e temperat'ure in 1 degree increments Tap the TEMP - pad to decrease the temperature in 1 degree increments When you have made fl _ e % adjustment , press the STARTpad to go back to flae time of day display Use your oven , asyou would normally , Thetype of margarine will affect baitingperformance / . Most recipes for baking have been developed using high fat products such as butter or margarine ( 80 % fat ) . If you decrease the fat , the recipe may not give the same results as with a higher fat product . Recipe failure can result ff cakes , pies , pastries , cookies or candies are made with low fat spreads . The lower the fat content of a spread product , the more noticeable these differences become Federal standards require products labeled " margarine " to contain at least 80 % fat by weight , Low fat spreads , on the other hand , contain tess fat and more watel : The high moisture content of fl _ ese spreads affect the texture and flavor of baked goods , For best resvdts with your old favorite recipes , use margm'ine , butter or stick spreads containing at least 70 % vegetable oil I2
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Careandcleaningof the oven . Be sure electrical power is off and all surfaces are cool before cleaning any part of the oven , How to RemovePackaging Tape Apply xdth a soft ctofla and allow to soak To assure no damage is done to the finish of flae product , the safest way to remove Wipe dry and Oxen apply an appIiance flae adhesive left from packaging tape on polish to thoroughly clean and protect fl _ eam'face new appliances is an application of a household liquid dishwashing detergent , NOTE : Theplastictapsmustberemovedfromaft mineral oil or cooking eli , chrometrim Itcannotberemovedif it isbakedon Lift - Off Oven Boor if necessargyoumayuseanovencleanerF . ollow Toremovethedoer , open it to d _ e broil thepackagedir . ectlons stop position , Grasp firmly on each side and lift the door straight up and off the 7 Clean the inside of the oven _ dndow hinges , , widl a mild non - scratching cleaner and Donotplacehandsbetweenthehingeandthe a dmnp clofl _ ovendoorframe Tocleanthe outside ofthedoor : To replacethe door , maim sure the hinges i : ' Use soap and water to thoroughly are in d _ e broil stop position , Position die clean the top , sides mad front of flae slots in the bottom of the door squarely The oven door is removable for oven dean Rinse well , You may also use over fl _ e hinges and slowly lower it over eager access to Ihe light bulb a glass cleaner to clean the glass on the bod _ hinges Lib the door straight up and off outside of tlae door . Do not let water the hinges Toclean tl _ einsideof the door . Do not fig * the door by the handle drip into flae vent openings Soap and water _ I normally do the 7 , Spillage ofmarinades , fruit juices , job Hem ) , spauerh _ g or spillove _ s may tomato sauces and basdng materials requh - e cleaning with a mild abrasive con mining acids may cause discoloration clemaer , Seat > filled steel wool pads may and should be wiped up immediately , also be used t _ q _ en mfface is cool , clean and rinse , Donetallow foodspillswithahighsugaroracid conten [ tsuchastomatoess , auerkrautf , ruitjuices " : Do not use oven cleTmers , cleaning orpiefilling ) to remainonthesurfaceTheymay powders or harsh abrasives on the causea dull spotevenaftercleaning outside of d _ e door _ Oven Shelves Clean d _ e oven sheh , es wid _ an abrasive After cleaning , rinse file sheDes with cleanser or steel wool , dean water mad dry witt _ a dean clofla Oven Light Before replacing the bulb , disconnect Let the bulb cool completely before ® remo _ g it , Replace dae bulb wifl _ a elecu - ical power to the oven at the main fuse or circuit breaker panel 40 - watt appliance bulb only Do not touch a hot bulb wifl _ a damp cloth because the bulb will break Painted Surfaces Clean _ dth soap mad water or a vinegar mid x _ ter solution , Donotusecommeroaol vencleanersc , leansing powderss , teelwoolorharshabrasivesonan ) / 13 paintedsurface
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Careandcleaningof theoven . ImU Broiler Pan & Grid After broiling , remove fl _ e broiler pan tf food has burned on , sprinkle die grid from tlae oven Remove fl _ egrid from the _ s4thdetergent while hot and cover witt _ pan Carefiflly pour out Ltaeoreease from wet paper towels or a dishclod _ Soaking After broiling , remove the broiler fl _ e pan into a proper container the pan will remove burned - on foods pan from the oven Wash and rinse the broiler pan and grid Bod _ die broiler pan and gn - idmay be cleaned widl a commercial oven cleaner , in hot water _ 4fl _ a soap - filled or plastic scouring pad Both fl _ e broiler pan and _ - id can also be cleaned in a dishwasher , , Donotstoreasoiledbroilerpanandgrid anywhereintheoven Control Panel It's a good idea to wipe tl _ e control panel Do not use abrasive cleansers , strong after each use Clean _ 4th mild soap and liqtfid cleansers , plastic scouring pads or water or vinegar m _ d water , rinse wifll oven cleansers on flae conu - oI panel _ daey clean water and polish dt3 , Mfla a soft will damage fl _ e finish A 50 / 50 solution ctoda of vinegar and hot water worldswell , Oven Heating Elements Donot cleanthebakeelementorthebroil To clema dae oven floor , gently lift file elementAnysoilwill burnoff whentheelements bake element , Clean wit1 warm soapy areheated watec , Porcelain Oven Interior Wid _ proper care , flae porcelain enamel If necessar ) ; you may use an oven cleaner finish on dae inside of dae oven _ top , Follow flae package directions bottom , sides , back and inside of flae : : : Donot sprayovencleanerontheelectrical door - - will stay new - looldng for years controlsandswitchesbecauseit couldcausea Let the oven cool before cleaning , We shortcircuitandresultInsparkingorfire recommend dlat you wear rubber gloves Donot allowa himfromthecleanerto buildup when cleaning file oven onthe temperaturesensor - - it couldcausethe ovento heatImproperl ) ( < Thesensoirs located Soap and water Mlt norma _ y do ttae at thetopof theoven } Carefullywipethe job Hea _ 3 , spattering or spil ! ove _ 3 may sensocr leanaftereachovencleaningb , eing require cleaning with a mild abrasive carefulnot to movethesensoar sa changein cteaner , Soap - filled steel wool pads its positioncouldaffecthow theovenbakes may also be used Donot . spraaynyovencleanerontheoven Donotallowfoodspiltswitha highsugaroracU conten ( tsuchastomatoess , auerkrautf , rufljuices door , handlesoranyexteriorsurfaceof the orpie filling ) toremainonthesurfaceTheymay oven , cabinetsorpaintedsurfacesThecleaner causeadullspotevenaftercleaning candamagethesesurfaces Household ammonia may make fl _ e cleaningjob easiel : Place 1 / 2 cup in a shallow glass or potter ) , container in a cold oven overnight The ammonia fumes _ { 1fhelp loosen dae burned - on gn'e _ se and food t4
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BeforeYouCallForService . . . _ Troubleshooting " tips { : : , € ' _ i'J Save time and money ! Review the charts on the following . _ pages first and you may not need to carl for service . . , , \ _ Possible Causes What ToDo Control signals after Yon forgot to enter a bake * Press the BAKE pad and desired temperature entering cooking time temperature _ or delaystart Food does not hake Oven controls hnproperiy set . • See fide Using the oven section or roast properly Shelf position is hmorrect • See flae Using the oven section or the shelf is not level , . Incorrect cookw _ , me or • See fide Using the oven section cool . rare of improper size beh ] g used . , Oven thermostat needs * See the Adjust the oven thermostat _ Do it yourself ! adjustment , section Food does not Door not open to the • See the Using the oven section broil properly broil stop position as recommended , Oven contT'ols improperly seL ° Make sure you press die BROIL ttl / LO pad hnproper _ helf position * See the Broiling Guide , being used . Food beh _ g cooked ° Use tim broiling pan and grid fl _ at came _ dth ) , our oven ha a hot pan . Make sure it is cool . Cook - ware not suited * Use flae broiling pan and grid flaat came wifla your oven for " broilh _ g . Almnhlum foil used on the ° See the Using the oven section , the broiling pail m : td grid has not been fltted properly m _ d slit as recommended . ° Preheat the broil element for 10 minutes In some areas the power ( voltage ) may be lova ° Broil for the longest period of time recommended in the Broiling Guide . . Clock and timer A fuse in your home may be . Replace dae fuse or reset dae circuit breaker , do not work blown or ' fide ch - cuit breaker tripped . Oven controls improperly set . ° See the Using the clock and timer section Oven light does Light bulb is loose or ' defective , * Tighten or replace the bulb not work Pad operating light is broken . ° Call for service 15
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BeforeYouCall ForService . . . O Troubleshooting tips Possible Causes I / ' that To Do Oven temperature too Oven thermostat • See the Adjust the oven thermostat - - Do it yourself / . hot or too cold needs adjustment _ section Oven willnot work A fuse in your home may • Replace flae fuse or reset the circtfit breaker be blo _ a or the circuit breaker tripped . Oven controls improperly set , " See the Using the oven section " F - - anda number You have a fm _ cdon ° Press the CLEAR / OFFpad Allow the oven to cool for orletter " flash error code . one houc Put the oven back into operation , in the display If the function code " Disconnect all power to the oven for at least repeats . 30 seconds and then reconnect power If the function error code repeats , call for serxdce , Display goes blank A fuse in your home may be * Replace flae fuse or reset the circuit breaker ° 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 not ° The BAKE and BROIL HI / LO pads must be pressed at display to show ' ° SF " pressed properly , the same time and held for 3 seconds Power outage , Power outage or surge . * Reset the clock if the oven was in use . you must reset clock flashes it by pressing the CLEAR / OFF pad , setting the clock and resetting any cooking function Strong odor An odor f _ rom the insulation * This is temporary , around the inside of the oven is normal for the first few times the oven is used . Fannoise A cooling fan may ° This is normal , The cooling fan will turn off and on . , automatically turn on and off to cool internal parts . / 6
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GEBuilt - inElectric Oven Warranty . Aft warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers or an authorized Customer Care _ technician , For service , call 80 & GE - CARES . . . . . . . . . . . . : ' " ! ' " " _ ' For The Period Of , ' : GE Will Replace , At No Charge To You : OneYear Anypartof the oven which fails due to a defect in materials or workmanshil ) . Fromthe date of the During fl _ is fullone - year warranty , GE will also provide , free of charge , all labor originalpurchase and in4aome ser _ dce to replace dee defective pm - t Replacement of house fuses or resetting of ch cult Ser _ 4ce trips to your home to teach you how to use breM _ . erso the producL Dmnage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods hnproper installation . or acts of God . : : Failure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used hacidentat or consequential damage to personal for other thma the httended purpose or used property caused by possible defects with this appliance . commercially ° This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA In Alaska , the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or service calls to your home _ Some states do not aflow 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 Toknow what your legal rights are , consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General . Warranter : . General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 79
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