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GEAppliances Safety Information . Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - ! 5 Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . 3 - ! 5 Self : Cleaning Oven . . . . . . . . . . 5 . / 45 J ! _ P24 Operating Instructions . ] TP27 Clock and Time _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ] TP45 Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 16 Oven Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . 14 . ] TP47 Self : Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . 15 , 16 Timed Baking and Roasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Care and Cleaning Broiler Pan and Grid . . . . . . . . 18 Conuol Panel and Knobs . . . 18 ( ; lass Surfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Heating Element . . . . . . . . . . . 18 I . ift - Off Oven Door . . . . . . . . . 17 Oven Interior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Oven I . ight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1918 Painted Surfaces . . . . . . . . . . . Shelves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Stainless Smel Surfaces . . . . . 20 . _ 1 _ 3 Troubleshooting Tips . 2 - 2 . Consumer Selwiees Product Registration . . 2 , 25 , 26 Se _ wice Telephone Numbers . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 www . geappfiances . com 16404290P002 49 - 80031 07 - 00 JR
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GE & You , A Service Partnership . IMPORTANT ! Fill out the Consumer Product Registration ( ard . Twoeasy waysto registeryourappliance ! • Through the internet at _ v . geappliances . com • Complete and mail the enclosed Product Registration Card FORYOURRECORDS Write the model and serial numbershere : # # You can find them on a label on the fiont of the lower oven behind the oven door . Staple sales slip or cancelled check here . Proof of the ori _ nal purchase date is needed to obtain secvi ( e under the w _ uranty . READTHISMANUAL Inside you xfillfind many helpflfl hints on how to use and maintain your oven properly . Just a little preventive ( are on your part _ an save you a great deal of time and money over the life oUvouI " oven . IFYOUNEEDSERVICE Y _ ) u'll lind many answers to common problems in the Before YouCallForService section . If you review our chmt of Troubleshooting Tipsfirst , you may not need to call tin secvice at all . Ify _ ) u do need sevvice , you can relax knowing help is only a phone call away . A list of toll - tiee customer secvice numbers is included in the back section of this manual . OR Visit our Website at : ww _ geappliances . cem 2
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! ! Foryour safe _ the informationin this manualmustbe followed to minimizethe risk of fire or explosion , electric shock , or to preventproperty damage , personalinjury , or lossof life . IMPORTANSTAFETYNOtiCE The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act requires the Governor of Califomb to publish a list of substances known to the state to cause cancer , birth defects or other reproductive harm , and requires businesses to warn customers of potential exposure to such substances . 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 . IMPORTAN7 ? The health of some birds is extremely sensitive to the fumes given off during the self - cleaning cycle of any oven . Move birds to another well - ventilated room . SAFETYPRECAUTIONS When using electrical appliances , basic safe _ / precautions should be followed , including the following : iJ _ Ui : s ; e this appliance only for its intended iJ _ Di : _ o not allow anyone to dimb , stand or purpose as described in dfis Oxmer's hang on file door . They couM damage the Manual . oven , or cause seve , e personal injuU . _ ; Be sure your appliance is properly installed _ Be sure tim oven is seouely installed in a and g ¢ _ mnded by a qualified technician in cabinet that is fimdy attached to the house accor , lance with the provided installation stmctu , e . Never allow anyone to climb , sit , instructions . stand or hang on the oven door . _ ; Do not attempt to repair or replace any _ ; Never leave tim oven door open when you part of your oven unless it is specifically are not watching the oven . recommended in tiffs manual . All other iJ _ Ai : h ; vays keep combustible wall covering , servicing should be referred m a qualified o _ rtains or drapes a safe distance fi _ ma teclmician . your oven . _ ; Have tim installer show you the location ij _ A : : _ h _ % vskeep dish rowels , dish doths , pot of tim circuit breaker or fuse . Marl < it fbr hoMers mad other linens a safe distmace easy , eference . fiom your oven . ij _ : B : ; eff ) re pe _ ibrTning any sersice , disconnect iJ _ Ai : h _ _ vtys keep wooden and plastic utensils the oven pox _ r supply at the househoM and canned food a safe distance away from distribution panel by removing tim fllse or yo / Ir ( ) veil . switclfing off tim circuit breaker . _ Teach children not to play with the _ ; Do not leave children alone - children controls or any other part of the oven . shouM not be left alone or unattended in an area where an appliance is in use . They should never be allox _ ed to sit or stand on any part of the appliance . 3
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! SAFETYPRECAUTIONS _ Do not store flammable materials in _ ; Stand away flx ) m tire oven when opening tire oven door . Hot air or steam which an oven . escapes can cause burns to hands , face CAUTION . : eroosfinteretsot and / or eyes . children shouM not be stored in cabinets N Do not heat unopened f _ ) od containers . above an oven ; children climbing on tim Pressure could buiM up and tile container oven u ) reach items could be seriously could burst , causing an injury . injured . @ Keep tim oven vent unobstructed . _ ; Never wear loose4hting or hanging garments while using tim appliance . Be N Keep tire oven flee flom g _ ease buildup . carefl | l when reaching f { _ ritems su ) red in iJ _ iP : ; lace tire oven shelf in tire desired position cabinets over tim oven . Flammable while tire oxen is cool . If shelves nmst be material could be ignited if brought in handled when hot , do not let pot holder contact with hot surlaces or heating contact tile healing elemenLs . elements and may cause severe burns . iJ _ _ i : q ; ren using cooking or roasting bags in tire ij _ : U : _ se only d U pot holders - moist or damp oven , fi ) llow tire manufacturer's directions . pot hoMers on hot surfaces m W result in _ Do not touch tire heating elements or tire bums flom steam . Do not let pot holders interior smtace of tim oven . These surfaces touch hot heating elements . Do not use a may be hot enough u ) burn even though towel or otimr bulky cloti1 . they aye clark in color . During and after iJ _ Fi : o _ r > ) ur safety , never use > mr appliance use , do not touch , or let dothing or other f _ r x _ rming or heating tire r _ om . flammable materials contact any interior area of tim oven ; allow sutticient time fi _ r _ Do not let cooking g _ ease or otimr flammable materials accumulate in cooling first . or near tile oven . Potentially hot smtaces include oven vent _ Do not use water on g _ ease fires . Never pick openings , smi _ lces near tire openings , up a flaming pan . Turn the controls off . crevices around tim oven door , tim edges of tim window and metal trim parts above Flame in tire oven can be smotimred tile door . completely by dosing tim oven ( Mor and REMEMBER : Tire inside smthce of tire oven mining the oven offor by using a muhi - purpose dU chemical or f { mm - type fire may be hot when tile door is opened . exting _ fisher . _ Never leave jars or cans of fat drippings in or near your oven . ij _ D : : _ o not store or use combustible materials , gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in tim vicinity of tilis or any otimr appliance . 4
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_ Pulling out fire shelf to tire stopqock is a _ After broiling , always take the broiler pan out of tire oven and clean it . I , efiover convenience in litdng heax T f ( ) ods . It is also a precaution against burns fr _ mr touching gTease in the broiler pan can catch fire hot sutt [ hces of fire door or oven walls . next time you use the pan . _ Do not use fire oven to dU newspapers . _ ( ] lean only parts listed in this Use and Care Manual . If overheated , they can catch on fire . Do not use aluminum fk ) ilto line oven iJ _ DZo : _ not use the oxen f ( _ ra storage area . Items stor , ed in an oven can ignite . bottoms , except as suggested in this manual . Improper installation of _ Do not leave paper products , cooking aluminum f0il mW result in a risk utensils or f { _ odin the oven when not of electric shock or fire . in use . COOKMEATANDPOULTRTYHOROUGHLY . . . Cookmeat andpoultry thoroughly - - meat to at least an INTERNALtemperatureof 160 ° Eandpou / try to at least an INTERNALtemperatureof 180 ° ECookingto thesetemperaturesusuaflypmtects against foodbomeillness . SELF - CLEANINOGVEN iJ _ DZo : _ not clean dre door gasket . The door iJ _ lZ _ : f _ ( ) re self : cleaning lhe oven , remove the gasket is essential f { _ ra good seal . Care broiler pan , gTid and other cookwar , e . should be taken not to rub , damage or _ l ' , e sure m wipe up excess spillage bef _ r , e move the gasket . starting the sell : cleaning operation . iJ _ DZo : _ not use oven cleaners . No commercial iJhIZf : t ; he sell : cleaning mode malfunctions , oven cleaner or oven liner protective mm the oven off and disconnect the power coating of any kind should be used in or supply . Have it sere'iced by a qualified around any part of the oven . Residue from technician . oven cleaners will damage the inside of the oven when the self : clean { Tcle is used . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS
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Usingthe ovencontrols . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model . ( on some models ) Oven Control , Clock and TimerFeatures and Settings OVEN LIGHT ON / OFFPad 0 BAKE Pad Press this pad to select tile bake fimction . Press this pad to turn tile oven light on or off . e ' _ BROILHI / LOPad DELAYSTARTPad Press this pad to select tile broil fimction . Use ahmg widl COOKINGTIMEor SELFCLEAN pads to set tile oven to start and slop SELFCLEANPad mltomafically at a time y ( ) u set . Press this pad to sele ( t tile self - ( leaning tim ( Lion . Seetile Usingthe self - cleaning oven section . COOKING TIME Pad Press this pad and then press tile number pads STARTPad to set tile amount of time you want your ti ) od Must be pressed to start any ( ooking or to cook . The oven will shut offwhen the cleaning fimction . ( ooking time has run out . 0 Display Shows tile time of day , oven temperature , CLEAR / OFFPad Press tllis pad to ( ancel ALL oven whether the oven is in the bake , broil or sell : operations except the dock and timer . cleaning mode and the times set fi ) r the timer or mnomafic ( ) yen operations . TEMP ÷ and - Pads Press these pads to set tile ( ooking ff " F - - and a numberorletter " flashinthe display telnperamre you want 1orise . andtheovencontrolsignals , thisindicatesa functionerrorcode . PresstheCLEAR / OFpFa _ Allow the _ CLOCKPad ) y l ress this pad befi ) re setting tile ( lo ( k . oventocoolforonehourPuttheovenbackintooperatbnI . f thefunctionerrorcoderepeats , disconnectthepowerto the HOUR and MIN + and - Pads ovenandcarlforservice . Press these pads to set times up to 9 hours and 59 minutes - - ti ) r exmnple , tile time of dW fly our oven was set for a timed oven operation and on the clock , the timer , the stmfing and length a power outage occurred , the dock and a / / programmed of cooking time ti ) r timed bake mM tile stzufing functionsmust be reseL and length of cleaning time ti ) r self clean . Thetime ofday will flashin thedisplaywhen there KITCHEN TIMER ON / OFFPad hasbeena power outage . Press this pad to sele ( t tile timer featlHe . Lower Oven Control Settings on models with knob ( s ) OVEN Knob OVEN TEMP Knob LOWER OVEN OFF OVENCYCLE LOWER OVEN OVEN SET Turn this knob to tile Turn this knob to the temperature temperature setting y ( ) tl want , V ( ) ll _ V _ IIl [ , TheOVENCYCLhE _ ? hgtlows OVEN SET Knob CYCLE until theovenreachesyour Turn this knob to selectedtemperatureth , en tile setting y ( ) u want . goesoffandonwith theoven dement ( s ) dunbgcooking . TheovenCYCLhEghtglowsuntiltheovenreachesyour selectedtemperatureth , engoesoffandonwith theoven element ( sd ) uringcooking .
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Special features of youroven 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 Withthisfeatures , houldyouforgetandleavethe [ ] Press the STARTpad to lock in the ovenon , thecontrolwi / / automaticalltyurnoff the no shdu ( no shut - off ) feattne and ovenafter 12hoursflunbgbakingfunctionsor leave the control set in this spedal after3hoursduringa broilfunction . featmes mode . If yOU wish to tuI'n offthis featuie , folh ) w NOTE : the steps beh ) w . > _ Onmodelswith touchpadcontrolsforboth ovens , thisactivatesthisspeciafleaturefor [ ] Press the upper oven BAKE and BROIL bothovens . HI / LO pads at the same time fi ) r 3 seconds until the display shows SF . i : _ ? Thisfeatureis notavailable , forthelower oven , onmodelswithovenknob ( s ) . Press the DELAYSTARTpad . The [ ] display _ dll show 12shdu ( 12 hour shut - off ) . Press the DELAYSTART pad again and the display will show no shdn ( no shut - off ) . Fahrenhe # or Celsius Temperature Selection Yourovencontrol is set to use the Fahrenheit [ ] Pressthe STARTpad . temperatureselections but youmay changethis to use the Celsiusselections . NOTE : Press the upperoven BAKEand BROIL > _ On models with touchpad controls for both [ ] ovens , the new setting will be displayed for H ! / LOpads at the same time for 3 both ovens . se ( onds until the display shows SF . i : : ? Thisfeatureis notavailable , forthelower [ ] Press the BROILHI / LOpad . Thet ) oven , onmodelswithovenknob ( s ) . display xdll show F ( Fahrenhei . [ ] Press the BROILHI / LOpad again . The display _ dll show C ( ( eMus ) . Control Lockout When this teatme is on and the touch Youcr ontrolwill allowyoutolockdownthetouch padsso theycannotbeactivatedwhenpresser _ pads me pressed the conuol will beep and the display will show LOC . [ ] Press the upper oven BAKE and BROIL NOTE : HI / LO pads at the same time for 3 se ( onds until the display shows SF . : i _ Thecontrollockoumt odewill notaffectthe CLOCKK , ITCHENTIMERON / OFaFndOVEN [ ] Press the SELFCLEANpad . The LIGHTON / OFFtouchpads . display will show LOCOFF . i : : _ _ Onmodelswith touchpadcontrolsforboth Press the SELFCLEANpad again . The ovens , thisactivatesthisspeciafleaturefor display xdll show LOCON . bothovens . > _ Thisfeature / snotavailable , forthelower [ ] Press the STARTpad to activate the control h ) ckout feature and leave the oven , onmodelswithovenknob ( s ) . 7 control set in this spedal teattnes mode .
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Special featuresof your oven control Tonesat the Endof a Timed Cycle NOTE : At theendof a tYnedcycle , 3shortbeepswill soundfollowedbyonebeepevery6secondsuntil > _ & modelswithtouchpadcontrobforboth theCLEAR / OFpaFdispressedThiscontinuou6s ovenst , hiscancelstheendofcycletonefor secondbeepmaybecance / ecL bothovens . To cancel tile 6 second beep : i : yThisfeatureisnot availablef , or thelower oven , onmodelswithovenknob ( s ) . [ ] Press tlle upperoven BAKEand BROIL HI / LOpads at tlle same time fi ) r 3 seconds until tile display shows SF Press tlle KITCHENTIMERON / OFF [ ] pad . The display shows CONBEEP ( continuous beep ) . Press the KITCHENTIMERON / OFFpad again . The display shows BEEP ( . This cancels the one beep every 6 seconds . ) [ ] Press flm STARTpad . 12 Hour , 24 Hour or Clock Black - Out Youcr ontrolis setto usea 12hourdock . If you wouM prefer to have a 24 hour milita U time ( lo ( k or black - out tile ( lo ( k display , tollow tlle steps below . [ ] Press the upperoven BAKEand BROIL HI / LOpads at the same time fi ) r 3 se ( onds until tile ( fisplay shows SF Press the CLOCKpad once . The [ ] ( fisplayxdll show 12hr.If this is the dloice you want press the STARTpad . Press the CLOCKpad again to change to the 24 hour militmy time clock . The display will show 24 hr . If this is the choice you want press the STARTpad . Press the CLOCKpad again to black - out the clock display . The display will show OFF If this is the choice you want press the START pad . NOTE : If the clock Is in the black - out modeyou will not beable to usethe Delay Start function . 8
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Cook and Hold Younr ewcontrolhasa cookandholdfeaturethat [ ] Press the COOKINGTIME pad . Tile keepscookedfoodswarmforupto 3hoursafter display will show Hid OFF . thecooklhgfunctionisflnlshe _ Press tile COOKINGTIME pad again to To a ( tivate this teamre , follow tile steps a _ tivate tile feature . The display _ dll below . show HidON . iI i ! iii [ ] Bofll touOl pad ovens follow tileer [ ] Press tile STARTpad to activate tile same step 1 . First press tile upp cook and hold feature and leave tile oven BAKEand BROILHI / LOpads at control set in this special features the stone lime tot 3 seconds until the inode . displ W shows SE Then proceed with NOTE " Thisfeature is not available , for the lower steps 2 through 3 , using the pads for oven , on models with oven knob ( s ) . the upper or lower oven . Changing the Speed of the + or - Pads As you usethe + or - pads when setting a time or temperature , youmay notice the display changesslowly Thisspecialfeature allows youto changethe speed Toset the speed youprefer , follow the stepsbelow [ ] Press the upperoven BAKEand BROIL HI / LOpads at tile same time for 3 se { onds until the display shows SE Press the + pad . The display xdll show [ ] you a set speed between 1 and 5 . Press tile + pad to increase tile speed [ ] up to tile number 5 . Press tile - pad to decrease tile speed cl ( ) _ l to the number 1 . [ ] Press STARTto activate the setting and leave tile control set in tiffs special Datures mode .
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Usingthe oven . To avoid possible bums , place the shelves in the desired position before you turn the oven on . Before you begin . . . The shelves have stop - locks , so that when Toremovea shelf , pull it toward you , tilt III the fiont end up and pull it out . pla ( ed ( one ( tly on the supports , they _ 411 [ ] stop before ( oming ( ompletely out , and Toreplace , place the end of the shelf xdll not tilt . ( stop - locks ) on the support , flit up the When pladng and removing cookware , fiont and push the shelf in . pull the shelf out to the bump on the NOTE : 30 " ovens ( shown } have 7 shdf positions . shelf support . 27 " ovenshave4shelfpositions . How to Set the Oven for Baking or Roasting Oven Shelf Positions [ ] Press the BAKEpad . Typeof Food 24 " & 27 " 30 " [ ] Press the TEMP + or - pads to set the desired temperature . Frozepnies BorC CorD ( on cookie sheet ) [ ] Press the STARTpad . Angefloodcake , A B bundot rpoundcakes [ ] Check tix _ d ti ) r doneness at nfininmn _ tune r ) nre _ ipe . ( _ r ) r ) klrroger if ne ( ess uy . Biscuitsm , uffins , BorC CorD browniesc , ookies , [ ] Press the CLEAR / OFpFad when cupcakes , layer cooking is complete . cakesp , ies NOTE " Onsome models the lower ovenis Casseroles BorC CorD controlledwithaknoborknobs . Tosettheoven forbaklbgturntheknobto thedeskedsettlbg andtemperatureT . urntheknobto OFFwhen NOTEA : coolingfanmayautomaticalltyurnon bakingiscomplete . andoffto coolinternalparts . Thisis normal , and If youhavea twoknobsystem , turnbothknobsto thefanmaycontinuetorunevenaftertheovenis thedeskeflsettingandtemperaturetobakeand turnedoff to the OFFpositionwhenbakbgiscomplete . Preheating and Pan Placement Preheat the oven if the recipe calls fi ) r it . l ' _ & ing resuhs xdll be better if baking pans are centered in the oven as Illllch as To preheat , set the oven at the conect temperature . Preheating is necessm y tot possible . Pans shouM not [ ouch each other or the walls of the oven . If you need good resuhs when baking cakes , cookies , past U and breads . to use two shelves , stagger the pans st ) one is not directly ab ( ) ve the other , and leave Forovenswithoutapreheatindicatorfightor approximamly 1W ' between pans , flom tone , preheat10minutes . the flont , back and sides of the wall . Aluminum Foil ' Z You ( an use aluminum fi ) il to line the Never entirely cover a shelfxdth ahmfinum foil . This _ filldisturb the heat broiler pan and broiler grid . However , you must rooM tim foil tightly to the grid dr ( ulation and resuh in poor baking . and cut slits in itjust like the grid . A smaller sheet offifil may be used to Cut slits in fl _ efoil just like fl _ egrid . Aluminumfoil mayalsobeusedtocatcha catch a spillover by pladng it on a h ) wer shelf several in ( hes beh ) w the food , spillover 10
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How to Set the Oven for Broiling [ ] Pla ( e tile meat or fish on tile broiler [ ] Press the STARTpad . grid in the broiler pan . [ ] When broiling is finished , press the CLEAR / OFpFad . [ ] Follow suggested shelt positions in tile Broiling Guide . NOTE " Onsomemodelsthelowerovenis controlledwitha knoborknobs . Tosettheoven ff youroven / sconnectedto208volts , raresteaks forbroi / bgturntheknobto BROILT . urntheknob maybebroiledbypreheatbgthebroilerand to OFFwhenbroilingiscomplete . pos / t / on / bgtheovenshelfonepositionhigher / f youhavea twoknobsystemt , urnbothknobsto Leave the door open to the broil [ ] Press the BROILHI / LOpad once for theBROIpLositionto broilandto theOFFposifion stop position . The door stays open HI Broil by itself , yet the proper temperature whenbroi / bg iscomplete . is maintained in the oven . To dlange to LOBroil , presstile BROILHI / LOpad again . Broifing Guide 24 " & 27 " 24 " & 27 " Ovens 24 " & 27 " Ovens 30 " Ovens 30 " Ovens 30 " Ovens Quantity and / Ovens Shelf First Side Second Side Shelf First Side Second Side Food or Thickness Position Time ( rain . ) Time ( rain . ) Position Time ( rain . ) Time ( rain . ) Comments GroundBeef 1 lb . ( 4 patties ) C 10 7 E 10 7 Spaceevenly . Up Well Done 1 / 2 to 3 / 4 " thick E 10 9 to 8 pattiestake abouttile same time . Beef Steaks Rare 1 " thick C 6 5 E 8 6 Steakslessthan Medium 1 to 1 ½ Ibs . C 8 6 E 10 8 1 " thick cook Well Done C 12 11 E 12 10 through before browning . Rare 11 / / thick C 10 78 E 10 8 Panfrying is Medium 2 to 2 ½ Ibs . C 15 14 16 E 15 14 16 recommended . Well Done C 25 20 25 E 25 20 25 Slashfat . Chicken 1whole A 35 10 15 C 25 10 Reducetimeabout 5 to 10minutes 2 to 2 ½ Ibs . , split lengthwise persideforcut - up chicken . Brush eachsidewith melted butler . Broil skin - side - down first . LobsterTails 24 13 16 Do not 13 16 Do not Cutthroughbackof 6 to 8 oz . each turnoven turn oven shell . Spreadopen . Brusl _ with melted butter before broiling andafter I _ aifof broiling time . FishFillets 1 / 4 to 1 / 2 " thick Handleand turn verycarefully . Brushwitl _ lemon butter beforeand duringcooking , if desired . Preheat broiler to increase browning . HamSlices 1 " thick B 8 8 D 8 8 Increasetime5 to ( precooked ) 10minutesper sidefor 1 ½ " thbk orhome - curehdam . Slashfat . Pork Chops 2 ( 1 / 2 " thick ) C 10 10 E 10 10 Well Done 2 ( l'thbk } about1 lb . B 13 13 D 15 15 LambChops Medium C 10 9 E 10 9 Slashfat . 2 ( 1 " thick ) about 10 Well Done to 12 oz . C 12 10 E 12 10 Medium C 14 12 E 14 12 2 ( 1 ½ " thick ) about1 lb . 11 Well Done B 17 12 14 12 14
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Usingthe clock and timer . ToSet the Clock The ( h ) ( k must be setu ) the tone ( t time [ ] Press tile CLOCKpad . of day for tile autolIlatic oven tilIling [ ] Press tlle HOURand MIN + for . fln _ ctions to work properly . The time of - pads to set tile time of ' ( kf Make sure flTeclock is set to the day ( anno [ be changed during a flirted correct time of da _ baking or self - cleaning Q , cle . [ ] Press tile STARTpad . To Set the Timer [ TIMER [ ] Presstile KITCHENTIMER [ ] When the timer reaches : OO , theed ON / OFFpad . control will beep 3 times fi ) llow by one beep eveU 6 seconds until [ ] Press tlle HOURand MIN + or Ttie timer is a minute timer onl _ the KITCHENTIMERON / OFFpad - pads until tile amount of time Ttie timer does not control oven is pressed . you want shows in the display . operations . Ttie maximum setting on The6secondtonecanbecanceledby followIw ttie timer is 9 hours and 59 mhTutes . If you make a mistake , press thestepsintheSpecialfeaturesof youroven controsl ectionunderToneast theEndof a KITCHENTIMERON / OFFand begin timedCycle . again . [ ] Press the STARTpad . Atier pressing the STARTpad , SETdisappears , this tells you the tlYneis counting down , although the displaydoes not changeuntil one minute haspassed To Reset the Timer If the display is still showing the time If tile relnaining tilne is not in the display remaining , you may change it by pressing ( clock , delay start or cooking time are in the KITCHENTIMERON / OFpaFd , then the display ) , recall the remaining time by press the HOURand MIN ÷ or - pads until pressing the KITCHENTIMERON / OFFpad the time you want appears in the displ W . and then pressing the HOURand MIN + or - pads to enter the new time you want . ToCancel the Timer Presstim KITCHENTIMERON / OFF pad tM ( e . 72
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Usingthe timed baking and masting features . { oveonpserawteitdhtoucYhsl Onmodels with touch pad controls for both ovens , you can use timed baking in one oven while using self - clean in the other ; you can also use timed baking in both ovens at the same time . NOTE : Foods that spoil easily - such as milk , eggs , fish , stuffings , poultry and pork - should not be allowed to s # for more than 1hour before or after cooking . Room temperature promotes the growth of harmful bacteria . Be sure that the oven light is off because heat from the bulb will speed harmful bacteria growth . How to Set an Immediate Start and Automatic Stop Theovenwill turnonknmedbte / yandcookfora Tile oven temperature and tile cooking selectedlengthof t / me . At theendof thecooking time that you entered _ fillbe displayed . timetheovenw # lturnoffautomatically [ ] Press tile STARTpad . Make sure tile dock shams the correct tilne of day . Tile display shows tile oven temperature that you set and the cooking time [ ] Press the BAKEpad . c ( ) untdown . Tile displ W stmls changing once the temperature reaches l / ! O ° F . [ ] Using tile TEMP + or - pads , enter the desired temperature . NOTE : Whenusingbothovensat thesame tkne , thetknesshowlegin thedlspleywill [ ] Press the COOKINGTIMEpad . befor thelestovenseL TodlspleythetimeKING setfor thefirstovenset , presstheCOO HOUR _ MIN NOTE . I " f yourreciperequkespreheatingyou TIMEpadforthatoven . mayneedtoaddaddifionaltimetothelengthof thecookingtime . Tile oven xdll continue to cook fi ) r tile pI'OgTalllllled alIlOtln [ of filne , dmn shut [ ] Using tile HOURand MIN + or - oflautolnatically . pads , enter tile desired baking time . Press tile CLEAR / OFpFad to dear tile ( fisplay . How toSet a Delayed Start and Automatic Stop Youcansettheovencontroltodeley - startthe [ ] Pressdle STARTpad . oven , cookforaspecificlengthof timeandthen turnoffautomatically NOTE : Anattentiontonewi / / soundif youare usingtl _ nedbakinganddonotpresstheSTART Make sure tile dock shows tile correct TEMP padafterentenbgthebakingtemperature . time of day . lfy { m would like to check tile times you [ ] Press the BAKEpad . have set press tile DELAYSTARTpad to check tile start time you have set or press [ ] Using tile TEMP + or - pads , enter the COOKINGTIMEpad to check the tlle desired temperature . length of cooking time you have set . [ ] Press the COOKINGTIMEpad . When tile oven turns on at tile time of day HOUR or MIN NOTE : If yourreciperequirespreheatingyou you have set , tile display _ dll sh _ ) wtile mayneedtoaddadditionaltimeto thelengthof changing temperaulre ( starting at thecookingtime . 1 ( ) ( ) ° F . ) and the cooking time countdox _ ll . NOTE : Whenumhgbothovensat thesame [ ] Using tile HOURand MIN + or - time , thetknesshowlegin thedisplaywill pads , enter tile desired baking time . befor thelestovenseL Todlspleythetkne setfor thefkstovenset , presstheCOOKING [ ] Press tile DELAYSTARTpad . TIMEpadforthatoven . HOUR or MIN [ ] Using tlle HOURand MIN + or - pads , enter tile time of day you want At tile end oftimed baking , tile oven will tile _ ) ven to turn on and start cooking . turn pie Tile end of o _ ( le tone _ fillsound . Press tile CLEAR / OFpFad to dear tile ( fispkly . 73
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Adjust the oven thermostat - - Do it yourself ! Youmay find that your new oven cooks differently than the one it replaced . Use your new oven for a few weeks to become more familiar with it . If you still think your new oven is too hot or too cold , you can adjust the thermostat yourself . Do not use thermometers , such as those found in grocery stores , to check the temperature setting of your oven . These thermometers may vary 20 _ 40 degrees . TOAdjust the Oven Thermostat ( onsomemodels ) [ ] Both tou ( h pad ovens fi ) llow tile [ ] Tile oven temperature can tbeer same step 1 . First press tlle upper ac ! justedup to ( + ) 35 ° F . hot or ( - ) oven BAKEand BROILHI / tO pads at 35 ° F . cooler . Press the TEMP + pad to the same time fi ) r 3 seconds until the increase the temperature in 1 degree display shows SE Then proceed with increments . Press the TEMP - pad to steps 2 through 4 , using the pads tot decrease the temperature in 1 Jg the upper or h ) wer oven . degree increments . TEMP [ ] Press tile BAKEpad . A two digit [ ] X , \ qmnyou have made tlle a ( ! justment , number shows in tlle display . press tile STARTpad to go back to tile time ofd W ( lisplay . Use your oven as y ( ) u would normally . NOTE " Th / sadjustmenwt illnotaffectthebroihhg ortheself - cleaningtemperaturesT . headjustment will beretainedinmemoryafterapowerfailure . To Adjust the Oven Thermostat ( onsomemodels ) l'ull the OVENknob offthe sh > dl , look at You will hear and teel the not ( rims as you tile back of the knob and note tile ( au'rent mrn tile knol ) . Each notch changes temperature about l ( ! ° Fahrenheit . setting befi ) re making any a _ ! justment . The knob is tilcto _ y set with the lop screw [ ] Tighten tlle screws . directly under the pointer . [ ] Return tlle OVENknob to tlle oven . TurnflTe disk counterclockwise to [ ] l'ull offthe OVEN knob . increase the oven temperature . Re - checkoven performancebefore making any ] Loosen both screwson back of additional adjustments . tile knol ) . Hold both p _ uts of the knob as [ ] sho _ l in the illustration of the back of the OVENknob and mrn so the lower screw moves in tl _ e desired direction . Turn the disk clockwise to decrease the oven temperature . Thetype ofmargarine will affect baking performanc ! ! Most recipes for baking have been developed using high fat products such as butter or margarine ( 80 % fat ) . If you decrease the fat , the recipe may not give the same results as with a higher fat product . Recipe failure can result if cakes , pies , pastries , cookies or candies are made with low fat spreads . The lower the fat content of a spread product , the more noticeable these differences become . Federal s / and _ uds reqtme products labeled " mmgarine " to contain at least 80 % tat by weight . I . ow tilt spreads , on the other hand , contain less tilt and more water . The high moisture conmnt of these spreads affect the texture and flavor of baked goods . For best resuhs with y { nn old tiworite redpes , use mmgarine , 1 ) utter or stick spreads containing at least 70 % vegetable oil . / 4
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Using the self - cleaning oven . ( ove , osperatweidthtoucphads ) The oven door must be closed and all controls must be set correctly for the cycle to work properly . Before a Clean Cycle Theovenmustbecoolinorderto settheself - IMPORTANTT ' . ile heahh ( ffsome biMs cleancycle . is extremely sensitive to tile finnes given off during the self cleaning q _ ( rleof any We recommend venting your kitchen oven . Move biMs to another well _ dth nil open _ dnclow or using a ventilated room , ventilation tim or hood during the first sell - clean ( ycle . > _ Oil models with touch pad controls fi ) r both ovens , yt ) u can set a clean Remove tile broiler pan , broiler grid , all ( Tcle in both ovens at the stone time . ( ookware and any ahnninunl fi ) il fiom Wipe up heavy soil on flTeoven The last oven set will mm ) mafically tile oven , bottom . ( appearance may vary ) del W its slart until the end of the first Tile oven shelves canbe self : cleaned , but oven's clean _ Tcle . they will darken , h ) se flmir luster and > _ Oil models xfith touch pad controls for be ( ome haM to slide . both ovens , you ( an use timed baking l ) o not use abrasives or oven cleaners . in one oven and seltk lean tim other at the sattle time . Clean the top , sides and outside of the oven door vdth soap and water . Make sure tile oven light bulb cover ( on some models ) is in pla ( e and tile oven light is oil How to Set the Oven for Cleaning i _ YTile woMs LOCKDOORxdll flash and [ ] Press tile SELFCLEANpad . tile oven ( onuol _ fillsignal if you set [ ] Using the HOURand MIN + or - the clean o < le and fi ) rget to ch ) se tile pads , enter tim desired ( lean time , if oven door . a time other fllan 4 hours is needed . HOUR _ r MIN > : To stop a clean ( Tcle , press the ( lean _ ycle time is normally 4 hours . CLEAR / OFFpadW . hen tile LOCKED Y ( tu can change the clean time to any DOORlight goes offindicating the time between 3 hours and 5 hours , oven has cooled below tile locking depending oil h ( tw dirty your oven is . temperature , open tile door . [ ] Press flm START pad . Tile door locks mnomafically . The ( fisplay will show tile dean time remaining . It will not be possible to open tile oven door until the temperature drops below the lock temperature and the LOCKEDDOOR light goes off . When tile LOCKEDDOORlight is oil open tile door . 15
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Usingthe self - cleaning oven . oveonpserawteitdhto cphads ; The oven door must be closed and all controls must be set correctly for the cycle to work properly . How to Delay the Start of Cleaning Tile door locks automatically . The display [ ] Press the SELFCLF _ ApNad . will show the stmt time . It will not be [ ] Using tile HOURand MIN + or - possible to open the oven door until pads , enter the desired ( lean time . the temperature drops below the lock HOUR el MIN temperature and the LOCKEDDOOR [ ] Press the DEIAYSTARTpad . light goes oil [ ] Using tlle HOURand MIN + or - pads , enter the time of day you want When tile LOCKEDDOORlight is oil open tile door . the clean cyde to slart . NOTE : Onmodelswithtouchpadcontro / sfor [ ] Press the STARTpad . bothovensy , oucansetadelaydeaninboth ovensat thesametime . Thesecondovensetwi / / automaticalldyelaythestartof cleaninguntilthe MIN endof thefirstoven'sdeancycle . Torecallthestart tYneof thesecondovenset , presstheDELAYSTARpTadonthecontrolsfor thesecondoven . After a Clean Cycle You inay notke some white ash in the } ! : Y : ou cannot set the oven for cooking oven . Wipe it up _ 4tll a & m _ p ( loth after until tile oven is cool enough ti ) r the the oven cools . door to unlo ( k . If whitespotsremain , removethemwitha soap - i _ ? If the shelves become hard to filledsteelwoolpadandrinsethoroughlywitha slide , wipe tile shelf supports with wnegarandwatermixture . cooking oil . These deposits are usually asah residue that cannot be removed by tile clean _ ycle . If the oven is not ( lean af / er one ( lean Q _ ( le , repeat tile Q _ ( le . 16
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Careand cleaning of the oven . Be sure electrical power is off and all surfaces are cool before cleaning any part of the oven . How to Remove Packaging Tape To assure no dmnage is clone to tile finish Applywith a soft cloth and allow to soak . of the product , the satest way to rem { ) ve Wipe & y and then apply an appliance the adhesive left fiom packaging tape on polish to thoroughly clean and protect tile surface . new appliances is an application of a household liquid dishwashing detergent , NOTE . " Theplastictapemustberemovedfrom nfineral oil or cooking oil . all chrometnm . It cannotberemovedif it is bakedon . Lift - Off Oven Door D clean the inside of the door : The oven door isremovable for easier ( on self - cleaning evens ) ac ( ess to the light bulb . Donotlifi thedoorbythehandle . > _ Because tile area inside tile gasket is cleaned during tlle selfqlean Q , de , Toremove the door , open it to the broil you do not need to { lean this by hand . stop position . Grasp firefly on each side and lift the door straight up and off > : Tile area outside the gasket and the the hinges . flont fimne can be cleaned xdth a soap - filled steel wool or plastic pad , hot Donotplacehandsbetweenthehingeandthe Lift the door straight up and off ovendoorframe . water and detergent . Rinse well xdth the Mnges . a dnegm and water solution . D replace the door , make sure tile hinges D clean the inside of the door : me in tile broil stop position . Position the slots in the bottom of the door squarely ( on standard clean evens ) over the hinges and slowly lower it over i _ YSoap and water will nomlally do the both hinges . . job . Hemy spattering or spilh ) vers may D clean the outside of the door : require cleaning xdth a mild abrasive cleaner . Soap - filled steel w { ) ol pads > : Use soap and water to thoroughly may also be used . clean tile top , sides and fiont of the Thegasket is designed with a gap at Donotallow foodspillswitha highsugaroracid oven door . Rinse well . Y { ) umW also the bottom to allow for proper air content ( suchas tomatoess , auerkrautf , ruitjuices use a glass cleaner to clean the glass ciroulatioIT , orpie fffling ) toremainonthesurface . Theymay on the outside of the door . Do not Do not rub or clean the door gasket - - causeadullspotevenaftercleaning . let water drip into the vent openings . it has an extremely low resistance to abrasion . i ; _ ? If necessaD ; , you may use an oven i _ ySpillage of marinades , fl _ uitjuices , If you notice the gasket becomflTg cleaner . Folh ) w tile paclqlge ( firections . tomato smlces and basting materials worn , frayed or damaged f17any way > _ Clean the inside of the oven xdndow containing acids may cruise or if it has become displaced on the door , ' ou should have it replaced . cfiscoloration and should be wiped xdth a mild non - s ( rat ( hing ( leaner up immediately . When smtitce is and a damp ( loth . cool , clean and rinse . i _ YDo not use oven cleaners , cleaning powders or hmsh abrasives on the outside of tile door . Oven Shelves ( lean tile oven shelves xdth an abrasive NOTE . T " heovenshelvesmaybecleanedin the serf - cleaninogven . Howevert , heshelveswill cleanser or steel wool . After cleaning , darkenincolor , losethey / usterandbecomehard rinse the shelves _ dth ( lean water and ( by to slideif cleanedduringtheserf - cleanincgycle . xdth a clean cloth . Youcanwipetheshelfsupportswithcooking offafterserf - cleanintgo maketheshelvesslide more easl / _ 17
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Careand cleaning of the oven . Broiler Pan & Grid Donot c / eanthebroi / erpanorgridinaself - lffi ) od has burned on , sprinkle the grid cleaningoven . with detergent while hot and c ( ) ver with wet paper rowels or a dishcloth . Soaking After broiling , renl ( ) ve tile broiler pail After broiling remove the broiler the pail will remt ) ve burned - on fiiods . pan from fl ? eoven . fl'onl tile oven . Renl ( ) ve tile grid fl'onl the pail . ( mefiflly pour out the grease flom Both tile broiler pan and grid may be the pail into a proper container . deaned with a ( olnmeidal oven deaner . Wash and rinse tile broiler pan and grid Both file broiler pail and grid can also be in hot water _ dtll a soap - filled or plasti ( ( leaned in a dishwasher , s _ ouring pad . Donotstoreasoiledbroilerpanandgrid anywherei # theoven . Control Panel It's a good idea to wipe the control Do not use abrasive cleansers , strong panel after each use . Clean with miM liquid cleansers , plastic scouring pads or soap and water or vinegar and water , oven cleansers Oil the control panel - they rinse with clean water and polish ( by will dmnage the finish . A 50 / 50 solution with a soft cloth . of vinegar and hot water w _ ) rkswell . Moldedrib Oven Knob ( on some models ) Thecontrokl nob ( lowerovenonly ) maybe The knob stenl is D shaped , hlstall tile fiat removedforeasiercleaning . of the shaft to the fiat of the knob . Before renloving tile knob for cleaning , Wash tile knob in soap and water or a please note that the knob is in tile OFF xdnegar and hot water solution but do position . When replacing the knob , not soak . check the OFFposition to insure proper placenlent . Painted Surfaces Do not use connnercial oven cleaners , Clean with soap and water or a x4negar and water solution . cleansing powders , steel wool or harsh abrasives on any painted sm { hce . Glass Surfaces Do not allow tile water or cleaner To clean tile outside glass finish , use a to run down inside tile oven door glass ( leaner . Rinse and polish with a ( hy ( loth . while deaning . Oven Heating Elements Oonot c / eanthebakeelementor thebroi / To clean tile oven floor , gently lift e / emen _ Anysoi / wi / / bumoff whenthe the bake elenlent . Clean with warnl elementsareheated soapy watei . 18
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Porcelain Oven Interior ( onsomemodels ) With proper care , the porcelain enamel Tile ammonia drams will help loosen tile finish on the inside of the oven - top , burned - on grease and food . bottom , sides , back and inside of the If necessai ) , } _ ) 11IIl ; 4y use an ( ) yen cleaner . door - _ dll stay ne _ qooking tin years . Folh ) w the package directions . I , et tile oven cool befi ) re cleaning . We > : Donotsprayovencleanerontheelectrical re ( olnlnend that you wear robber gloves controlsandswitchesbecauseit couldcausea when cleaning tile oven . short & cuit andresultinsparklbgor fke . i : yDo not allow a film from thecleaner to build up Soap and water will nomlally do tile , job . on the temperaturesensor - - it couldcause the Hem T spattering or spillovers may require oven to heat Ynproperly ( Thesensoris located cleaning with a miM abrasive cleaner . at the top of the oven . ) Carefullywipe the Soap - filled steel wool pads n _ ty also be used . sensordean after each ovencleaning , being careful not to move thesensoras a change in Donotallowfoodspillswithahighsugaroracid its position could affect how the ovenbakes . content ( suchastomatoess , auerkrautf , yruitjuices orpie Piling ) to remalbonthesurface . Theyma > : Do not spray anyoven cleaneron the oven causea duffspotevenaftercleaning . door , handlesor any exteriorsurface of the oven , cabinets orpainted surfaces . Thecleaner Household mnmonia may make tile can damagethesesurfaces . cleaning job easier . Place 1 / 2 cup in a shallow glass or potm U container in a cold oven overnight . Oven Light Bulb ( onsomemodels ) NOTE . T " heglasscovershouldberemovedonly Toreplace : Socket whencold Wearinglatexglovesmayoffera l'ut in a new 40 - watt appliance bulb . bettergrip . NOTE : Befine replacing tile bulb , disconnect i _ yA 40 - wattapphancebulbis smallerthana electrical power to tile oven at tile main standard40 - watthouseholdbulb . Maxirnum ( fllse or drcuit breaker panel . I , et the bulb length _ cool completely befi ne rem , ) ving it . For i : yInstaflandtightenthecoverclockwise . , Bulb your salbly , do not touch a hot bulb with a > : Reconnecetlectricapl owerto theoven . dmnp cloth . Ifyou do , the bulb will break . } Tab > : Forirnproved / l _ Thtlbingsidetheoven , dean Toremove : theglasscoverfrequentlyuslbga wetcloth . Thisshouldbedonewhentheovenis Glass cover Turn the glass cover counterclockxdse completelycool 1 / 4 turn until tile tabs of the glass cover clem the grooves of the socket . Remove the bulb . Oven Light Bulb ( onsomemodels ) CAUTION : Beforerep / aclbgyourovenlightbulb , Donot removeanyscrews to remove thecover disconnecttheelectricapl owerto theovenat the mainfuseorcircuitbreakepr anel . [ ] Replace bulb with a 40 - watt appliance bulb . Be sure to let tile light cover and bulb Toreplace the cover : t : ool completely . Toremove the cover : [ ] l'lace it into grooves of the light receptacle . Pull wire ti ) rward to Wire cover holder FY ] HoM a hand under tile ct ) ver soit the center of the cover until it doesn't fhll when released . With snaps into place . fingers of the same hand , fhmly push back tlle x _ 4tetover hoMer . [ ] ( _ onnect electrical power to 19 tile oven , I , ifi offthe cover .
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Careandcleaningoftheoven . Stainless Steel Surfaces ( o , somemodels ) Donot usea stee / - woopi ad , it wiii scratch Apply cleaner with a damp sponge . thesurface . Use a clean , hot , damp cloth to remove cleaner . Dry with a d _ T , clean To clean tile stainless - steel surtace , cloth . Ahvays scrub lightly in the use a hot , damp cloth x _ ith a mild direction of the grain . detergent suitable for stainless - steel surtaces . Use a clean , hot , damp cloth Af / er cleaning , use a stainless - steel to remove soap . Dry x _ ith a d _ T , clean polish , such as Stainless Steel Magic ' ; cloth . Revere Copper and Stainless Steel Cleaner : ; or Wenol All Purpose If food soil remains , try a general Metal Polish : 7 Follow the product kitchen cleaner , such as Fantastika _ instructions for cleaning the stainless - Simple Green : _ or Formula 409 : _ steel surthce . For hard - to - clean soil , use a standard stainless - steel cleaner , such as Bon - Ami " or Cameo : _ 2O
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BeforeYouCall ForService . . . Troubleshooting 77ps Save time and money ! Review the charts on the following pages first and you may not need to carl for service . Possible Causes What To Do Control signals after You forgot to enter a * Press tile BAKE pad and desired temperature or tlle entering cooking time bake temperature or SELF CLEAN pad and desired clean time . or delay start cleaning time . Food does not bake Oven controls improperly set . * See tile Using the oven section . or roast properly Shelf position is incorrect • See the Using the oven section . or the shelf is not level . Incorrect cookware or • See the Using the oven section . cookware of improper size being used . Oven thermostat * See the Adjust the oven thermostat - - Do it yourself ! needs adjustment , section . Fooddoes not Door not open to the * See the Using the oven section . broil properly broil stop position as recommended . Oven controls improperly set . • Make sure y _ n _ press the BROIL HI / LO pad . Improper shelf • See the Broiling Guide position being used . Food being cooked • Use the broiling pan and grid that came with your oven . in a hot pan . Make sure it is cool . Cookware not suited • Use the broiling pan and grid that came with your oven . for broiling . Aluminum foil used on the • See the Using the oven section . the broiling pan and grid has not been fitted properly and slit as recommended . In some areas the power • Preheat the broil element fi ) r 10 minutes . ( voltage ) may be low . • Broil tot tile longest period of time recommended in tile Broiling Guide . Clock and timer A fuse in your home • Repla ( e the tuse or resel the dr ( uit breaker . donotwork maybe blown or the circuit breaker tripped . Oven controls improperly set . • See the Using the clock and timer section . Oven light does Light btdb is loose or defective . • Tighten or replace the bulb . not work Pad operating light is broken . • Call tin " service . 2 /
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Before YouCall ForService . . . Troubleshooting - tips Possible Causes What To Do Oven temperature too Oven thermostat * See tile Adjust the oven thermostat - - Do it yourself ! hot or too cold needs adjustment , se ( tiou . Oven will not work A fuse in your home may * Replace tile filse or reset tile ( ir ( uit breaker . be blown or the circuit breaker tripped . Oven controls improperly set . * See tile Using the oven se ( tiou . Oven will not self - clean The oven temperature * Allow tile oven to ( ' ool to room temperature and reset is too high to set a die ( ou / rols . self - clean operation . Oven controls improperly set . * See tile Using the self - cleaning oven se ( tiou . " Crackling " or This is the sound of the * This is normal . " popping " sound metal heating and cooling during both the cooking and cleaning functions . Excessive smoking Excessive soil . * Press the CLEAR / OFF pad . Open tlae winch ) we to rid during clean cycle the room of smoke . Wait until the LOCKED DOOR light goes off . Wipe up the ex ( ess soil and reset tile ( lean ( y ( le . Oven door will not Oven too hot . " Alh ) w the oven to ( ' ool beh ) w h ) ( kiug temperature . open after a clean cycle Oven not clean after a Oven controls improperlyset . * See tile Using the self - cleaning oven se ( ' tiou . clean cycle Oven was heavily soiled . * Clean up hea _ T spillovers before st , lrtiu _ the / ' lean cycle . Heavily soiled ovens rnay need to self : clean again or for a h ) uger period of time . " LOCKDOOR " flashes The self - clean cycle * Ch ) se tile oven door . in the display has been selected but the door is not closed . LOCKED DOOR light The oven door is locked ' , l ) ressdleCLEAR / OFFpad . Alh ) wdwoveutocool . is on when you want because the temperature to cook inside the oven has not dropped below the locking temperature . 22
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Possible Causes What To Do " F - - anda number You have a function • Press the CLEAR / OFFp ; M . Allow the oven t ( ) ( eel fi ) r or letter " flash error code . one hour . Put the oven back into oper ; itiou . in the display If the function * Disconnect M1 power to the oven tbr ; It le ; lst 30 code repeats , seconds ; rod then reconnect power . If the fimctiou error code repems , c , dl for service . Display goes blank A fuse in your home may * Replace the fi _ se or reset the circuit breaker . be blown or the circuit breaker tripped . The clock is in the * See the Special features of your oven control set lion . black - out mode . Display flashes Power failure . * Resel tlle clock . Unable to get the Oven control pads were * The BAKE and BROIL HI / LO pads must be pressed display to show " SF " not pressed properly , at tlae s ; / me time and held fi ) r 3 seconds . Power outage , Power outage or surge . * Resel the clock . If the oven w _ s in use , you must reset clock flashes it by pressing the CLEAR / OFF p _ M , setting the clock _ md rescuing _ my cooking flmc / ion . " Burning " or " oily " This is normal in a * To speed the process , set , / self : clean cycle fin a odor emitting from new oven and will nfiuimun _ of 3 hours . See the Using the self - cleaning the vent disappear in time . oven sectiou . Strong odor An odor from the insulation " This is temporaly . around the inside of the oven is normal for the first few times the oven is used . Fan noise A cooling fan may * This is normal . The cooling tim will turn off : rod on . automatically turn on and off to cool internal parts . 23
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Consumer Product Ownership Registration [ ) ear ( _ ustomel - : Thank you for purchasing our product and thank you for placing your confidence in us . We are proud to have you as a customer ! Follow these three steps to protect your new appliance investment : Complete and mail Read yotlf { ) wneF's Aher mailing Ihe your Consumer registration below , Manual careftflly . Product Ownership slore this documen / h will help you Registration today . in a sati ' place , h operale y { ) tlF new Have the pea ( e of con / ains inibrmadon appliance properly . mind of knowiug we y ! ln will need should can conlacI you in Ihe yon require service . unlikely event of a Our seMce number is saiHy modilication . 800 ( ' , E ( ; ARES ( 800 - 432 - 2757 ) . Model Number Serial Number 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 www . geappliances . com . . _ { ; hi here Consumer Product Ownership Registration @ Model Number Serial Number I I I Nh . NIs . Mrs . Miss First I I Lasll I Nam { I I I I I I I I I Name I I I I I I I I I I I I Slreet I I Address I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Apt . # [ I I I I I I I [ [ : - mai _ Address ( ) ccasionall ) , wc ma ) all { w , ' sel { ct { d c { } mpanic s / o send yon inlorn ] a / ion . D ( ; ] - le ( k here if you do n { ) t Walll this inti } lmati { } n . 0 GEAppliances General Electric Company Louisville , Kentucky www . geappliances . com 26
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GEBuilt - In Electric OvenWarranty All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . For service , carl 800 - GE - CARES . GE Will Replace : Anypartof the oven which tails due / o a detect in materials or workmanship . Fromthe date of the During this full one - yearwarranty , ( ; E _ fill also proxdde , freeof charge , all labor origina ! purchase and in - home servi ( e to repla ( e the dete ( tive part . i ; _ : Service trips to your home to teach you how to use i ; _ : Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . the product . i _ Improper installation . ; i : _ Damage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . i _ : Failure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other than the intended purpose or used i _ : Incidental or consequential damage caused by possible commercially . defects with this appliance . 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 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 27
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ServiceTelephoneNumbers . GEAnswer Center ® 800 . 626.2000 The ( ; E Answer ( enter Pis open 24 hours a day , 7 days a week . OR Visit our Website at : vvvvw . geappliances . com In - HomeRepairService800 - GE - CA ( R8E00S - 432 - 2737 ) Expert ( ; E repair serx4 ( e is only a phone ( all away . SpecialNeedsService800 . 626.2000 800 - TDD - GEAC ( 800 - 833 - 4322 ) ( ; E offers , flee ofcharge , a bro ( hure to assist in planning a barrier - liee kit ( hen fi ) r persons x _ dthlimited mobility . ServiceContracts800 - 626 - 2224 l'ur ( hase a ( ; E servi _ e ( ontra ( t while your warranty is still in effect and you'll re _ eive a substantial discount . ( ; E Consumer Serxdce _ dll still be there after your warranty expires . PartsandAccessories800 - 626 - 2002 Individuals qualified to service their own appliances can have parts or accessories sent directly to their homes ( VISA , MasterCard and Disc { ) ver cmds me accepted ) . Instructions contained in this manual cover procedures to be performed by any user . Otherservicing generally should be referred to qualified service personnel . Caution must be exercised , since improper servicing may cause unsafe operation . ServiceSatisfaction If you are not satisfied xdth the service you receive fiom GE : First , contact the people who serviced your appliance . Next , if you are still not pleased , x _ riteall the details - including your phone number - to : Manager , Customer Relations GE Appliances Appliance Pmk I , ouisville , KY 40225 2 _ Printed in LaFayette , GA
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