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Models JJW9527 , JJW9627 , JJW9530 , JJW9630 , JMW9527 , JMW9530 , , , , , IQN . . . . For Future Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 3 Controls at a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 6 Function Pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 5 Setting the Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Setting the Timers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 6 Oven Control Lockout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Adjusting Oven Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Oven Vent & Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Oven Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 16 Baking , Roasting and Convection Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Oven Fans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Convenience Foods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Oven Racks and Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Baking Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Probe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Broiling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Clock Controlled . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oven Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 - 14 Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 - 16 Care and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 - 20 Self - Clean Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 - 18 Cleaning Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Before You Call for Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 - 22 If You Need Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
[ For Future Assistance Congratulations on your choice of a Jenn - Air electric wall IMPORTANT : Keep this guide and the sales receipt in a oven . Your complete satisfaction is very important to us . safe place [ or future reference . Proof of original purehase date is neededjbr warranty service . Read this user's guide carefully . It is intended to help you operate and maintain your new wall oven . If you have questions , write us ( include your model number and phone number ) or call : In addition , you will find a booklet entitled " Cooking Made Jenn - Air Customer Assistance Simple . " It contains information on selecting bakeware and Attn : CAIR _ Center provides baking , roasting and broiling tips . P . O . Box 2370 Cleveland , TN 37320 - 2370 Save time andmoney . Check the " Before You Call " section 1 - 800 - 688 - 1100 of this guide . It lists causes of minor operating problems that 1 - 800 - 688 - 2080 ( U . S . TTY for deaf , heating you can correct yourself . impaired or speech impaired ) ( Mon . - Fri . , 8 am - 8pm Eastern Time ) However , should you need service , it is helpful to have the Internet : http : / / www . maytag . com model and serial numbers available . This information can be found on the data plate located on the oven front frame . For service information , see back page . These numbers are also on the Product Registration card that came with your appliance . Before sending in this card , record these numbers along with the purchase date below . Model Number - - I - 7 - - 1 - 1 - - I - 7 - - I - 7 - - 1 - 1 - - - - [ : 3 - - [ 3 - - D Serial Number - - I - 7 - - 1 - 1 - - I - 7 - - I - 7 - - 1 - 1 - - - - [ : 3 - - [ 3 - - D Date of Purchase
Important Safety Instructions The following instructions are based on safety considerations Children must be taught that the appliance and utensils in and must be strictly followed to eliminate the potential risks it can be hot . Let hot utensils cool in a safe place , out of of fire , electric shock , or personal injury . reach of small children . Children should be taught that an appliance is not a toy . Children should not be allowed to play with controls or other parts of the unit . Installation and Repair CAUTION : NEVER store items of interest to children in cabinets above an appliance . Children climbing on the ap - Have your appliance installed and properly grounded by pliance or on the appliance door to reach items could be a qualified installer according to the installation instruc - seriously iniured . tions . To ensure proper operation and avoid possible injul y or damage to unit do not attempt to adjust repair , service , or About Your Appliance replace any part of your appliance unless it is specially recommended in this book . All of the servicing should be To prevent potential hazard to the user and damage to the referred to a qualified installer or servicer . appliance , do not use appliance as a space heater to heat or warm a room . Also , do not use the oven as a storage area for food or cooking utensils . To Prevent Fire or Smoke Damage Do not obstruct the flow of air by blocking the oven vent . DO NOT TOUCH HEATING ELEMENTS OR INTE - Be sure all packing materials are removed from the ap - pliance before operating it . RIOR SURFACES OF OVEN . Heating elements may be hot even though they are dark in color . Interior surfaces of Keep area around appliance clear and free from combus - any oven become hot enough to cause burns . During and tible materials . Flammable materials should not be stored after use , do not touch , or let clothing or other flammable in an oven . materials contact heating elements or interior surfaces of Many plastics are vulnerable to heat . Keep plastics away oven until they have had sufficient time to cool . Other from parts of the appliance that may become warm or surfaces of the appliance may become hot enough to cause hot . burns - among these surfaces are : oven vent openings and surfaces near these openings , oven doors , windows of oven To prevent grease fires , do not let cooking grease or other doors . flammable materials accumulate in or near the appliance . CAUTION : NEVER use an appliance as a step to reach cabinets above . Misuse of appliance doors , such as step - In Case of Fire ping , leaning or sitting on the door , may result in possible tipping of the appliance , breakage of door , and serious Use dry chemical or foam - type extinguisher or baking iniuries . soda to smother fire or flame . Never use water on a _ - ease Do not touch a hot oven light bulb with a damp cloth as fire . the bulb could break . Should the bulb break , disconnect 1 . Turn off appliance to avoid spreading the flame . power to the appliance before removing bulb to avoid elec - trical shock . 2 . NEVER pick up or move a flaming pan . A fan should be heard during the bake , convect bake , con - 3 . Smother fire or flame by closing the oven door . vect roast , broil and cleaning cycles . If you do not hear the fan , call an authorized servicer . Child Safety NEVER use aluminum foil to cover an oven rack or oven bottom . Misuse could result in risk of electric shock , fire , NEVER leave chil & en alone or unsupervised near the or damage to the appliance . Use foil only as directed in appliance when it is in use or is still hot . Children should this guide . never be allowed to sit or stand on any part of the appli - ance as they could be iniured or burned .
Important Safety Instructions â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ â¬ Cooking Safety Cleaning Safety â¬ Turn off all controls and wait for appliance parts to cool â¬ Never heat an unopened food container in the oven . Pres - before touching or cleaning . Clean with caution . Use sure build - up may cause container to burst resulting in se - care to avoid steam burns if a wet sponge or cloth is rious personal injury or damage to the appliance . used to wipe spills on a hot surface . Some cleaners can â¬ Use dry , sturdy potholders . Damp potholders may cause produce noxious fumes if applied to a hot surface . burns from steam . Dish towels or other substitutes should â¬ Clean only parts listed in this guide . never be used as potholders because they can trail across hot elements and ignite or get caught on appliance parts . â¬ Wear proper apparel . Loose fitting or long hanging - sleeved Self - Clean Oven apparel should not be worn while cooking . Clothing may ignite and cause burns if garment comes in contact with â¬ Do not clean door gasket . The door gasket is essential heating elements . for a good seal . Care should be taken not to rub , dam - age , or move the gasket . â¬ Always place oven racks in the desired positions while oven is cool . Slide oven rack out to add or remove food , using â¬ Do not use oven cleaners or oven liners of any kind in dry , sturdy potholders . Always avoid reaching into the oven or around any part of the self - clean oven . to add or remove food . If a rack must be moved while hot , â¬ Before self - cleaning the oven , remove broiler pan , oven use a dry potholder . Do not let potholder contact hot ele - racks and other utensils , and wipe off excessive ment in oven . spillovers to prevent excessive smoke or flare ups . â¬ Use care when opening the oven door . Let hot air or steam â¬ CAUTION : Do not leave food or cooking utensils , etc . escape before removing or replacing food . in the oven during the self - clean cycle . â¬ PREPARED FOOD WARNING : Follow food manu - facturer's instructions . If a plastic frozen food container and ! or its cover distorts , warps , or is otherwise damaged during Important Safety Notice cooking , immediately discard the food and its container . and Warning The food could be contaminated . The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforce - â¬ Do not allow aluminum foil or meat probe to contact heat - ment Act of 1986 ( Proposition 65 ) requires the Governor ing element . of California to publish a list of substances known to the â¬ Always turn off all controls when cooking is completed . State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm , and requires businesses to warn customers of potential ex - posures to such substances . Utensil Safety Users of this appliance are hereby warned that when the oven is engaged in the self - clean cycle , there may be some â¬ Follow the manufacturer's directions when using oven low - level exposure to some of the listed substances , in - cooking bags . cluding carbon monoxide . Exposure to these substances can be minimized by properly venting the oven to the out - â¬ This appliance has been tested for safe performance using conventional cookware . Do not use any devices or acces - doors by opening the windows and / or door in the room where the appliance is located during the self - clean cycle . sories that are not specifically recommended in this manual . Do not use add - on oven convection systems . The use of IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING PET BIRDS : devices or accessories that are not expressly recommended Never keep pet birds in the kitchen or in rooms where the in this guide can create serious safety hazards , result in per - fumes from the kitchen could reach . Birds have a very formance problems , and reduce the life of the components sensitive respiratory system . Fumes released during an of the appliance . oven self - cleaning cycle may be harmful or fatal to birds . â¬ Only certain types of glass , glass / ceramic , ceramic , earth - Fumes released due to overheated cooking oil , fat , marga - enware , or other glazed utensils are suitable for oven ser - rine and overheated non - stick cookware may be equally vice without breaking due to the sudden change in tem - harmful . perature . Follow utensil manufacturer's instructions when using glass . SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Controls at a Glance The control panel is designed for ease in programming . The display window shows time of day , timer and oven functions . Indicator words flash to prompt your programming steps . In double ovens ( select moa . e . . J . s . . ) , l F ' indicates upper oven is ON and " L " indicates lower oven is ON . NOTE : Lower oven controls on double ovens only . Styling and features may differ slightly depending on the model . Auto set Convect Convect Drying Probe 0 1 2 3 4 Roast Bake Cancel Bake Broil Clean Oven 7 8 9 Light 5 6 / / Cancel Bake Broil Clean n , , / . [ ] [ ] [ ] JENN - AIR Cook Stop Timer Timer Time Time Clock One Two L _ k / Broil Function Pads Use for top browning and broiling . â¬ Touch the desired pad . 1 . Press Broil pad . Touch the Auto Set ( 0 ) pad or the appropriate number pad ( s ) to enter time or temperature . 2 . Press the appropriate number pads to set broil tempera - ture . The first number pressed will enter " Hi " broil . A beep will sound when any pad is touched . See page 12 for additional information . NOTE : Five seconds after entering the number , the time or temperature will automatically be entered , lfmore thanfive seconds elapse between touching a function pad and the Clean number pads , the function will be cancelled and the display will return to the previous display . Use to set self - clean cycle . 1 . Press Clean pad . Number Pads 2 . Press Auto Set ( 0 ) pad for " 3 : 00 " hours of cleaning , press the appropriate number pads for the time desired after Use to set time or temperature . " 3 : 00 " appears in the display . Press 2 for " 2 : 00 " hours or4 for " 4 : 00 " hours . Cancel See page 17 - 18 for additional information . Use to cancel all programming except Clock and Timer functions . Convect Roast Use for convection roasting . Bake 1 . Press Conveet Roast pad . Use for conventional baking or roasting . 2 . Press the Auto Set ( 0 ) pad for 325 Â° F or appropriate num - 1 . Press Bake pad . ber pads for desired temperature . 2 . Press the Auto Set ( 0 ) pad for 350 Â° F or appropriate num - See page 8 for additional information . ber pads for desired temperature . See page 8 for additional information .
1 Controls at a Glance Convect Bake Setting the Clock Use for convection baking . 1 . Press Clock pad 1 . Press Convect Bake pad . The indicator word TIME will flash in the display . 2 . Press the Auto Set ( 0 ) pad for 325 Â° F or appropriate num - 2 . Press the appropriate number pads until the correct time of ber pads for desired temperature . day appears in the display . See page 8 for additional information . When electrical power is supplied or after a power intelxup - tion , the last clock time , before power was interrupted , will flash . Drying To recall the time of day when another time function is Use to dehydrate foods such as fruits , vegetables and herbs . showing , press the Clock pad . 1 . Press Drying pad . Clock time cannot be changed when the oven has been progrankmed for clock controlled oven operations or self - 2 . Press theAuto Set ( 0 ) pad for 140 Â° F or appropriate num - clean . ber pads for desired temperature . See page 15 - 16 for additional information . Setting the Timer One / Two Use to set and then signal the completion of a time period up Probe to 11 hours and 55 minutes ( 11 : 55 ) . Use to set desired internal temperature of a food when using The timers can be used independently of any other oven the Probe accessol T . activity and can be set while another oven function is operat - ing . The timers do not control the oven . 1 . Insert probe into food and oven receptacle . 1 . Press a Timer pad . 2 . Press Probe pad . Press the appropriate numberpads to set the desired internal temperature of the food . The indicator word TIMER will flash along with # 1 or # 2 plus " 0HR : 00 " appears in the display . 3 . Press Bake or Convect Roast pad . Press the appropriate number pads for desired bake or roast temperature . 2 . Press the appropriate number pads until the desired num - ber of minutes or hours and minutes appem - in the display . See page 11 for additional information . Example : To set Timer One for 5 minutes , press the Timer One pad and the number 5 pad . After five seconds , Cook Time / Stop Time the display will show : Use to program the oven to start and stop automatically . 1 . Press Bake , Convect Bake , or Convect Roast pad . Press . os I TIMER [ ] the appropriate number pads for desired temperature . 2 . Press Cook Time pad . Press the appropriate number pads Example : To set Timer Two for 1 hour and 30 minutes , to enter cooking time in hours and minutes . press the Timer Two pad and the numbers 1,3,0 pads . After five seconds the display will show : 3 . To delay the start of cooking , press Stop Time pad . Press the appropriate number pads to enter the time you want the oven to stop . See page 13 - 14 for additional information . NOTE : If both timers are set , the timer with the least amount of time remaining will have display prece - dence .
Controls at a Glance 6 Oven Control Lockout Â° At the end of the time set , the timer will chime foul - times and " End " will appear in the display . If the timer is not cancelled The oven operation controls - Bake , Broil and Self - Clean - ( see " To cancel " below ) , " End " will remain in the display can be locked in the " OFF " position . The Timer and Clock and there will be two chimes evel T 30 seconds for five controls can always be used regardless of the lockout . minutes . If an oven function is cun - ently being used , the controls To cancel : cannot be locked off . 1 . Press and hold Timer pad . After a slight delay the time of day will reappear . To Set Controls OR 1 . Press and hold the Cook Time pad and the Stop Time pad 2 . PresstheTimerpadandthe " O " numberpad . Afteraslight at the same time for several seconds . delay the time of day will reappear . â¬ The indicator word " OFF " will appear and remain in the display for 15 seconds . â¬ If someone presses an oven function pad while controls are locked off , the indicator word " OFF " will reappear in the display for 15 seconds . To cancel : Press and hold the Cook Time pad and the Stop Time pad at the same time for four seconds . The indicator word " OFF " will appear briefly and then disappear .
Oven Operation Adjusting Oven Temperature Oven Light If you think the oven should be hotter or cooler , you can adjust The oven light automatically comes on whenever the oven it yourself . To decide how much to change the thermostat , set door is opened . When the door is closed , press the Oven the oven temperature 25 Â° F higher or lower than the tempera - Light pad to turn the oven light on or off . A beep will sound ture in your recipe , then bake . The results of the " test " should every time the Oven Light pad is touched . give you an idea of how much to adjust the thermostat . To adjust the thermostat : Oven Vent 1 . Press the Bake pad . When the oven is in use , the area near the oven vent may feel warm to the touch . Do not block the vent opening for 2 . Enter 500 Â° by pressing the number pads " 5 , O , 0 " . best baking results . 3 . Press and hold the Bake pad for several seconds until 00 Â° The oven vent is located below the control panel on your wall appears in the display . oven . If the oven temperature was previously adjusted , the change will be displayed . For example , if the oven tem - perature was reduced by 15 Â° , the display will show 15 Â° 4 . Press the appropriate number pads to select the tempera - ture change desired . The oven temperature can be increased up to 35 Â° ( + 35 Â° ) or reduced by as much as 35 Â° ( - 35 Â° ) in 5 Â° increments . Pressing the Broil pad will change the - sign to a positive number or back to a negative number . 5 . The oven will now bake at the adjusted temperature . It is not necessary to readjust the oven temperature if there is a power interruption . This adjustment will not affect broil or clean temperatures . NOTE : Do not change the temperature setting more than 10 Â° at a time before testing the oven .
Oven Operation â¢ When the oven is preheated , the oven will chime and Baking , Roasting and the ON and PREHEAT indicator words will go off . Convection Cooking Allow 7 - 11 minutes for the oven to preheat . 4 . At the end of cooking , turn the oven off by pressing the Every oven has its own characteristics . You may find that the Cancel pad . Remove food from oven . The oven will cooking times and temperatures vm - y slightly from your old oven . This is normal . continue operating until the Cancel pad is pressed . Oven Fans A cooling fan will automatically turn on during cleaning , broiling and some baking operations . It is used to help keep internal parts on the control panel cool . The fan will automati - cally turn off when parts have cooled . The fan may continue to operate after the oven has been turned off . This is normal . A convection fan is used to circulate hot air in the oven when the convection feature is selected . It automatically turns on whenever the CONVECT pads are pressed and will turn off when CONVECT is canceled . NOTE : The convection fan will automatically stop whenever the oven door is opened . Setting the Controls for Baking , Roasting , Convection Baking and Convection Roasting Â° Place oven racks on proper rack positions . ( See page 9 . ) 2 . Press Bake , Convect Bake or Convect Roast pad . The indicator word BAKE , CONV BAKE or CONV ROAST will flash and three dashes will appear . Â° Press the Auto Set ( 0 ) pad to set 350 Â° F automatically . When convection cooking , 325 Â° F will automatically set when Auto Set ( 0 ) pad is pressed . Or , press the appropriate number pads for the desired oven temperature . The temperature can be set from 100 Â° to 550 Â° F . in 5 Â° increments . After five seconds the oven will begin to preheat . The indicator words ON and PREHEAT will appear in the display and 100 Â° or the actual oven temperature , which - ever is higher . The temperature in the display will increase in 5 Â° increments until the oven reaches the preset temperature .
Oven Operation Rack Positions Convection Cooking of Convenience Foods â¢ For best results , use the Convect Roast pad . â¢ Preheating the oven is not necessary . rack ) @ Follow package recommendations for oven temperature , offset rack ) foil covering and the use of cookie sheets . Cooking times will be similar . ( See chart below for some exceptions . ) â¢ Most foods are cooked on rack position # 3o ( offset on ( flat rack ) # 3 ) . â¢ For multiple rack cooking with convection , use racks # 1 Three rack convection cooking . and 3o and 4 . However , pizzas should be placed on cookie sheets and cooked on rack positions # 2o , 3 and 4 . Rack Position # 40 ( offset rack on # 4 ) : Most broiling . Rack Position # 3 : Most baked goods on a cookie sheet or jelly roll pan . Rack Position # 3o ( offset rack on # 3 ) : 30 375 Â° 40 - 45 Most baked goods , pies , layer cakes . 3 400 Â° 13 - 18 Rack Position # 2 : 3 450 Â° 15 - 25 Roasting small cuts of meat , cakes in tube or bundt pans , 30 400 Â° 30 - 35 casseroles . 30 400 Â° 13 - 18 Rack Position # 20 ( offset on # 2 ) : * An " o " after a rack mtmber implies that the offset rack should be used . Roasting , loaves of bread , angel food cake . * * The times given are based on specific brands of mixes or recipes tested . Actual times will depend on the ones you cook . Rack Position # 1 : Large cuts of meat and turkey , custard pie , dessert souffle . Oven Racks Multiple Rack Cooking : Single Oven - two flat racks and one offset rack were packaged with your oven . Two racks : Use # 20 and # 4 . Double Oven - two flat racks and one offset rack plus an Three racks ( convection cooking ) : Use # 1 , # 30 , # 4 . ( See additional offset and flat rack for the lower oven were illustration above . ) packaged in your oven . To remove : Pull forward to the " stop " position ; lift up on the front of the rack and pull out . To replace : Place rack on the rack support in the oven ; tilt the front end up slightly ; slide rack back until it clears the lock - stop position ; lower front and slide into the oven .
Oven Operation / ( 9 3o or 3 325 Â° 20 - 30 350 Â° 25 - 30 9 " 3o or 3 325 Â° 25 - 30 350 Â° 30 - 35 tube 2o or 2 350 Â° 30 - 35 375 Â° 30 - 40 9x5 loaf 2 300 Â° 50 - 60 325 Â° 55 - 65 2o & 4 325 Â° 15 - 20 350 Â° 15 - 25 2 pans 3o 350o _ 400 Â° 45 - 60 3750 _ 425 Â° 45 - 60 325o _ 375 Â° 40 - 50 350o _ 400 Â° 40 - 60 3 3o or 3 325o _ 350 Â° 6 - 10 350o _ 375 Â° 7 - 11 3 3o or 3 325o _ 375 Â° 6 - 10 350 - 400 Â° 7 - 11 9x13 " 3o 325 Â° 20 - 26 350 Â° 25 - 31 9x5 " 1 or 20 17 - 23 18 - 28 30 9 - 14 12 - 15 8x4 " 2o 325o _ 350 Â° 40 - 55 350o _ 375 Â° 50 - 65 8x8 " 30 375o _ 420 Â° 13 - 28 400o _ 450 Â° 15 - 30 3 or 30 375o _ 400 Â° 7 - 11 400o _ 425 Â° 8 - 15 30 350o _ 400 Â° 15 - 20 375o _ 425 Â° 15 - 25 3o 400 Â° 45 - 50 425 Â° 55 - 65 Casserole 3o 325 Â° 45 - 55 350 Â° 55 - 65 * An " o " after a rack number implies that the offset rack should be used . , ' i : , The times given are based on specific brands of mixes or recipes tested . Actual times will depend on the ones you bake . * * * The Convect Bake temperature is 25 Â° F lower than recommended on package mix or recipe .
/ / Oven Operation I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . Probe To assure excellent results every time when roasting , use the probe supplied with your wall oven . Installing and Setting the Probe 1 . Insert the probe into the food item . ( For meats , the probe tip shouldbe located in the center of the thickest part of the meat and not into the fat or touching a bone . ) 2 . Insert the probe plug into the receptacle located on the top left of the oven . Be certain to insert plug into the recep - tacle all the way . â¢ After the probe is in - serted , the indicator word PROBE will flash and a beep will sound reminding you to enter the desired probe temp - erature . 3 . Press Probe pad . The display will show three dashes . 4 . Press the appropriate number pads to set the internal temperature desired . ( Allowable range is 100 Â° to 200 Â° F . ) â¢ After five seconds the display will show probe temperature or 95 Â° , whichever is higher . Indicator words CONV , BAKE , ROAST will flash . 5 . Press Bake or Convect Roast pad . The display will show three dashes . 6 . Press the appropriate number pads for desired oven tem - perature . o When the selected internal temperature of the food has been reached , the oven will shut off and a chime will sound four times . Plus , the actual probe temperature will flash and the word " End " will be shown in the display . A chime will sound every minute for 10 minutes or until the Cancel pad is pressed . â¢ If the probe is not removed , a beep will sound continuously until the probe is removed . ( Hold probe plug with a potholder when removing from the oven . )
Oven Operation / 2 Broiling For best results , use a pan designed for broiling . For addi - tional broiling tips , see " Cooking Made Simple " booklet . Setting the Controls for Broiling 1 . Place the oven rack on the proper rack positon . ( See following chart . ) 40 9 7 40 11 8 2 . Press the Broil pad . â¢ Indicator word BROIL will flash and three dashes will 40 5 3 - 4 appear . 40 6 4 - 5 3 . Press the appropriate numberpad ( s ) . The first numberpad pressed will enter " Hi " broil . 40 7 5 - 6 3 10 - 11 9 - 10 â¢ The oven has a variable broil feature which means that 40 4 2 - 3 a lower broil temperature can be selected . To select a lower temperature , press the appropriate number pads for the temperature desired after " Hi " appears in the 3 11 - 12 9 - 11 display . Five seconds after entering " Hi " or a temperature , the broil element will come on and the indicator words BROIL and ON will remain in the display . ( If a 40 8 - 10 ( no turning ) lower temperature is selected , the ON indicator word * An " o " after the rack number implies that the offset rack will cycle on and off with the element . ) should be used . 4 . Preheat five minutes until broil element is red . Cook food Note : This chart is a suggested guide . The times may vary according to the following broiling chart . Oven door with food being cooked . MUST be left open at the broil stop position during cooking . 5 . Press the Cancel to turn off oven when food is cooked .
/ Oven Operation Clock Controlled After five seconds , the time of day returns to the display . Oven Operations â¢ The temperature in the display will increase in 5 Â° increments until the oven reaches the preset The clock controlled oven cooking feature is used to turn the temperature . oven off at a preset time of day or delay the start and then turn â¢ When the oven is preheated , the oven will chime and off the oven . the ON and PREHEAT indicator words will go off . The clock must be functioning and set at the correct time of 5 . At the end of the programmed Cook Time , the oven will day for this feature to operate correctly . shut off automatically and a " chime " will be heard four The feature can be used with either oven cooking or self - times and " End " will appear in the display . Press the cleaning . See page 18 for instructions on delaying the start of Caned pad . a clean cycle . If oven is not cancelled , " End " will remain in the display and there will be one chime every minute for 10 minutes . Setting the Controls To Start Immediately and Turn Off Automatically : 1 . Press the Bake pad . â¢ The indicator word BAKE will flash and three dashes will appear in the display . 2 . Press the Auto Set ( 0 ) pad or the appropriate number pads for the desired oven temperature . â¢ The temperature can be set from 100 Â° to 550 Â° in 5 Â° increments . â¢ After five seconds the oven will begin to preheat . The indicator words ON and PREHEAT will appear in the display and 100 Â° or the actual oven temperature , which - To Delay the Start and Turn Off Automatically : ever is higher . 1 - 4 . Follow preceding steps 1 - 4 . 3 . Press the Cook Time pad . The indicator words COOK 5 . Press the Stop Time pad . Indicator words STOP and TIME will flash and the display will show " 0HR : 00 " . TIME will flash . ( Display will show the calculated stop 4 . Press the appropriate number pads to enter cooking hours time based on the CUlxent time of day and the cook time and minutes . ( Allowable range is 5 minutes to 11 hours that you entered previously . ) and 55 minutes . ) Example : Ifcooking time selected for convection baking is 2 hours and 30 minutes , the display will show : 0 o ! Â° COOK TIME P _ HEAT _
Oven Operation H Press the appropriate number pads to enter the time you wish the oven to stop . A stop time can only be accepted for later in the day . Example : If at 10 : 00 you set the oven for 350 Â° convection baking and 2 hours and 30 minutes of cooking time , the calculated stop time would be " 12 : 30 " . The display would show : 12 : 3L ' 7 _ ooo Â° STOP " tiME PReHEATIng ] If you want the stop time to be 1 : 00 , press the number pads " 1,0,0 . Five seconds later , the display will briefly show the start time of 10 : 30 along with the indicator words DELAY , START TIME . 10 : 30 _ o Â° DELAYSTART TIME After five seconds , the display will return to the cun - ent time of day along with the indicatorwords DELAY , TIMED . I 0 : 00 _ o Â° DELAY 11M _ ! D At the end of the delayed period , the DELAY indicator word will go off and the oven will begin to heat . . At the end of the programmed Cook Time , the oven will shut off automatically and a " chime " will be heard four times and " End " will appear in the display . Press the Cancel pad . If the oven is not cancelled , " End " will remain in the display and there will be one chime every minute for 10 minutes .
1 Oven Operation I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . Drying For best results , use a drying rack . It allows air to circulate evenly around the Food . The convection fan will operate during the drying procedure . Setting the Controls for Drying 1 . Press the Drying pad . The indicator word DRYING will flash and three dashes will appear . 2 . Press the Auto Set pad for 140 Â° F or press the appropriate number pads for the desired drying temperature . The temperature may be set between 100 Â° - 200 Â° F . 3 . The oven door needs to be opened slightly to allow moisture to escape from the oven during the drying process . Open the oven door slightly . Place the magnetic door spacer ( Part No . 8010P131 - 60 ) on the slightly recessed circular area on the upper center of the oven door . The spacer provides a gap between the oven frame and the oven } , door allowing moisture / spacer to escape . NOTE : If the spacer is not the convection fan will not operate . placed correctly , Gently close the oven door until the spacer rests against the oven frame and light plunger The oven light will remain OFF when the spacer is in the correct location . Follow the drying guide on page 16 for drying times . Cool foods to room temperature before testing for doneness . 4 . When drying is complete , turn the oven off by pressing the Cancel pad . Using a potholder , remove the magnetic spacer . NOTE : Please keep the magnetic spacer in a safe and convenient placeJor easy access . To replace , call 1 - 800 - 688 - 8408 to order Part No . 8010P131 - 60 .
Oven Operation Firm Varieties : Graven 4 - 8 hours Wash , peel if desired , core and slice Pliable to crisp . Dried into 1 / 8 " slices . Stein , Granny Smith , apples store best when they Jonathan , Winesap , are slightly crisp . Rome Beauty , Newton 18 - 24 hours Blenhein : dRoyal most Wash , halve , and remove pits . Soft , pliable . common . Tilton also good Firm Varieties Peel and cut into 1 / 4 " slices . 17 - 24 hours . Pliable to crisp . Wash and remove stems . Halve and 18 - 24 hours . Lambert , Royal Ann , Pliable and leathery . Napoleon , Van or Bing remove pits . Freestone Valieties 24 - 36 hours Halve and remove pits . Peeling is Pliable and leathery . optional but results in better - looking dried fi - uit . Bartlett 24 - 36 hours Peel , halve and core . Soft and pliable . Fresh or canned . Canned : Wash , peel and i _ move thorny eyes . Soft and pliable . 14 - 18 hours Slice length wise and remove the small core . Cut crosswise into 1 / 2 " slices . Fresh : 12 - 16 hours 1 - 2 hours Select rough - skinned fruit . Wash well . Thinly peel the outer 1 / 16 Tough to brittle . Do not dry the peel of fruit to 1 / 8 " of the peel . Do not use the malked " color added " white bitter pith under the peel . 12 - 18 hours Plum , Roma Halve , remove seeds . Place tomatoes Tough to crisp . skin side up on rack . Prick skins . 4 - 8 houl _ Danvers Half Long , Do not use CalTotswith woody fiber or Tough to brittle . Imperator , Red Cored pithy core . Wash , trim tops and peel if Chantenay desired . Slice crosswise or diagonallyin . in 1 / 4 " slices . Steam blanch for 3 m 4 - 6 hours Ancho , Anaheim Wash , halve and seed . Prick Pods should appear shriveled , skin several times . dal _ l _ d and crisp . Rinse in cold water . Leave stems on 1 - 3 hours Brittle and crumbly . until leaves ale dry , then discard . 2 - 5 hours Cut leaves 3 to 4 " from top of plant Brittle and crumbly . ast as buds appeal . Rinse leaves in * Fruits requiring an antioxidant to prevent discoloration and loss of nutrients . Refer to the notes on page 10 [ ' or specific methods . * * 12 Hour Off will not occur during drying functions .
Care and Cleaning Setting the Controls for a Self - Clean Cycle Self - Clean Oven 1 . Close the oven door . The self - clean cycle uses above normal cooking tempera - 2 . Press the Clean pad . tures to automatically clean the entire oven interior . While The indicator words CLEAN TIME will flash and the this occurs , a device in the oven vent helps consume normal display will show " HR : ( Double wall oven amounts of smoke . The oven is vented through an opening models will also have a " U " or " L " indicating upper or under the control panel . lower oven . ) NOTE : Both ovens cannot be self - cleaned at the same time in double wall oven models . 3 . Press Auto Set ( 0 ) pad and " 3 : 00 " hours will appear in the display for an average soiled oven . It is normal for flare - ups , smoking or flaming to occur during The cleaning time can be varied depending on the cleaning if the oven is heavily soiled . amount of soil . After " 3 : 00 " appears in the display , It is better to clean the oven regularly rather than to wait until press the number 2 pad and enter " 2 : 00 " hours of there is a heavy build - up of soil in the oven . cleaning for light soil . The number 4 pad will enter " 4 : 00 " hours for heavy soil . During the cleaning process , the kitchen should be well ventilated to help eliminate normal odors associated with Five seconds after entering the cleaning time , the oven cleaning . door will automatically latch and the cooling fan will Do not use eommereial oven cleaners on the self - clean oven come on . finish or around any part of the oven as they will damage the The indicator words LOCK and ON will come on when finish or parts . the door is latched . The indicator word ON will cycle with the elements as the cleaning temperature is maintained . Before Self - Cleaning 4 . When the cleaning time has been completed , the indicator Remove broiler pan , all pans and the oven racks from the words CLEAN and ON will go off . The indicator word oven . The oven raeks will diseolor and may not slide easily LOCK and the cooling fan will remain on until the oven after a self - elean cycle . has cooled and the door has unlocked . Clean oven frame , door frame ( area outside the door gasket ) and around the opening in the door gasket with a non - After Self - Cleaning abrasive cleaning agent such as Bon Ami * or detergent and water . These areas are not exposed to cleaning temperatures About one hour after the end of the clean cycle , the lock and should be cleaned to prevent soil from baking on during will disengage and the LOCK indicator word will turn oJJi the clean cycle . At this point , the door can be unlocked and opened . To prevent damage , do Some soil may leave a light gray , powdery ash which can be not clean or rub the gas - ket around the o yen door . removed with a damp cloth . If soil remains , it indicates that the clean cycle was not long enough . The soil will be re - The gasket is designed to moved during the next clean cycle . seal in heat during the clean cycle . If the oven racks were left in the oven and do not slide smoothly after a clean cycle , wipe racks and embossed rack Wipe up excess grease or supports with a small amount of vegetable oil to restore ease spillovers from the oven of movement . bottom to prevent excessive smoking , flare - ups or flaming during the clean cycle . For ease of cleaning , the heating el - A white discoloration may appear after cleaning if acid or ement can be lifted slightly ( 1 to 1 - 1 / 2 inches ) . sugary foods were not wiped up before the clean cycle . This is normal and will NOT affect performance . Wipe up sugary spillovers and acid spillovers such as lemon juice , tomato sauce or milk - based sauces . Porcelain enamel is acid resistant , not acid proof . The porcelain finish may diseolor if acid spills are not wiped up prior to a self - clean cycle .
Care and Cleaning To Cancel Self - Clean To Delay the Start of a Clean Cycle 1 - 3 . Follow steps 1 - 3 on page 14 . 1 . Press the Cancel pad . The door will be locked while the LOCK indicator word remains in the display . 4 . Press the Stop Time pad . Indicator words STOP TIME will flash in the display and CLEAN and the calculated Depending on the length of time the oven had been stop time will also appear in the display . cleaning , it may take up to an hour for the oven to cool down . When the oven is cool the door will unlock and the 5 . Press the appropriate number pads to enter the stop time . cooling fan will turn off . A stop time can only be accepted for later in the day . Example : If at 9 : 00 you set the oven to clean for three hours , the calculated stop time would be " 12 : 00 " . The display will show : CLEAN 12 : 00 I STOP 11ME If you want the stop time to be 1 : 00 , press the number pads " 1,0,0 " . Five seconds later the display will briefly show the start time and the indicator word DELAY . / 0 : 00 DELAYSTART TIM _ CLEAN After a brief time , the display will return to the current time of day with the indicator words DELAY TIMED CLEAN remaining in the display . 9 : 00 I _ LAY TIMEO CLEAN When the oven begins to clean , the indicator word ON and the cooling fan will come on . The indicator word DELAY will go off . When the clean time has been completed , the indicator words CLEAN and ON will go off . The indicator word LOCK and the cooling fan will remain on until the oven has cooled down and the door has been unlocked .
[ gcare and Cleaning Never cover insert with aluminum . ] bil as this prevents the fat from draining to the pan below . â¢ Place soapy cloth over insert and pan ; let soak to loosen soil . â¢ Wash in warm , soapy water . Use soap - filled souring pad to remove stubborn soil . â¢ Broiler pan and insert can be cleaned in dishwasher . â¢ Wipe with a damp cloth . Dry thoroughly . Glass cleaners may be used if sprayed on a cloth first . Do Not Spray Directly On The PaneL Do not use other cleaning sprays , abrasive cleaners or large amounts of water on the panel . â¢ Wash with soap and water or mild liquid sprays and a soft cloth . Do not use abrasive cleaners or oven cleaners on plastic finishes . To prevent staining or discoloration , wipe up fat , grease or acid ( tomato , lemon , vinegar , milk , fruit juice , marinade ) immediately with a dry paper towel or cloth . Wash with soap and water or glass cleaner . Avoid using excessive amounts of water which may seep behind or under the glass . Do not use abrasive cleaners . Wash with soap and water , glass cleaners or mild liquid sprays . Avoid using excessive amounts of water . Remove stubborn soils with nonabrasive cleaners such as Bon Ami * or a baking soda and water paste ; rinse and dry . Do not use abrasive cleaners . See pages 17 and 18 for information on the self - clean oven . To remove occasional spillovers between cleanings , use a plastic soap - filled scouring pad ; rinse well . Wipe up sugary spillovers and acid spiltovers such as lemon juice , tomato sauce or milk - based sauces . Porcelain enamel is acid resistant , not acid proof . The porcelain finish may discolor if acid spills are not wiped up prior to a self - clean cycle . â¢ Rub with a sponge or cloth using one of the following cleaners : Bon - Ami * , Soft Scrub * or Comet * . Rinse and dry . * For hard to remove soils , use a dampened soap - filled scouring pad . Rinse and dry . * Racks will permanently discolor and may not slide smoothly if left in the oven during a self - clean operation . If this occurs , wipe the rack and embossed rack supports with a small amount of vegetable oil to restore ease of movement , then wipe off excess oil . * Brand names for cleaning products are registered trademarks of the respective manufacturers .
Maintenance 20 About Cleaning Products Oven Light Because of the many new cleaning products introduced in the Before replacing light bulb , DISCONNECT POWER TO OVEN . Be sure bulb is cool . Do not touch a hot bulb with a marketplace each year , it is not possible to list all products that can be safely used to clean this appliance . Listed below damp cloth as the bulb may break . are just a few examples of recommended products . To replace oven light : Use a dry potholder and very carefully unscrew bulb cover REMEMBER , ALWAYS READ THE MANU - FACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS to be sure the cleaner can and bulb . Replace with a 40 watt , oven - rated appliance bulb . Bulb with a brass base is recommended to prevent fusing of be safely used on this appliance . bulb into socket . To determine if a cleaning product is safe , test a small Replace bulb cover and reconnect power to oven . Reset inconspicuous area using a very light pressure to see if the clock . surface may scratch or discolor . This is particularly impor - tant for porcelain enamel , highly polished , shiny , painted , or plastic surfaces . Oven Window The follawing brands may help you to make an appropriate To protect the oven door window : selection : 1 . Do not use abrasive cleaning agents such as steel wool scouring pads or powdered cleansers as they may scratch Glass Cleaners - Cinch , Glass Plus , Windex . the glass . Dishwashing Liquid Detergents - Dawn , Ivory , Joy . 2 . Do not hit the glass with pots , pans , furniture , toys , or other objects . MiM Liquid Spray Cleaners - Fantastik , Formula 409 . 3 . Do not close the oven door until the oven racks are in place . Multi - Surface Cleaners - Formula 409 Glass & Surface , Scratching , hitting , jamng or stressing the glass may weaken Windex Glass & Surface . its structure causing an increased risk of breakage at a later date . Nonabrasive Cleaners - Bon Ami , paste of baking soda and water . Mildly Abrasive Powder or Liquid Cleaners - Ajax , Barkeepers Friend , Cameo , Soft Scrub , Smart Cleanser . ( Note : If the cleaner is recommended for use on plastic , glass , or porcelain finishes , it can be used on the same type of appliance finish . ) Nonabrasive or Scratchless Plastic or Nylon Scouring Pads or Sponges - Chore Boy Plastic Cleaning Puff , Scrunge Scrub Sponges , Scotch - Brite No Scratch Pads . Abrasive Sc Â° uring Pads " S OS " Brill Â° Steel W Â° Â° l S Â° ap ' Scotch - Brite Wool Soap Pads . ( Brand names for the above cleaning products are t _ , gistet _ , d trademarks c _ the respective mam Â¢ actul _ , rs . )
2 / Before You Call for Service â¬ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ Check the following list to be sure a service call is really necessary . A quick reference of this guide may prevent an unneeded service call . If the oven fails to operate : If foods do not broil properly : â¬ Check for a blown fuse or a tripped circuit breaker . â¬ The control may not be set properly . â¬ Check if oven is properly connected to electric outlet . â¬ Check rack position . ( See pages 9 and 12 . ) â¬ Voltage into house may be low . If clock , indicator words , and / or lights operate but oven does not heat : If baked food is burned or too brown on top : â¬ The controls may have been set incorrectly . â¬ Food may be positioned incorrectly in oven . ( See â¬ Clock controls may be set for a delayed bake function . " Cooking Made Simple " booklet . ) â¬ The Oven Control Lockout may have been set . ( See page â¬ Oven not preheated properly . 6 . ) If foods bake unevenly : If the oven light and / or clock does not function : â¬ The oven may be installed improperly . â¬ The light bulb is loose or defective . â¬ Check the oven rack with a level . â¬ Check power supply , circuit breaker or fuse . â¬ Stagger pans , do not allow pans to touch each other or oven wall . â¬ The oven light does not work during self - cleaning pro - cess . â¬ Check instructions for suggested placement of pans on oven rack . ( See " Cooking Made Simple " booklet . ) There is a strong odor or light smoke when oven is turned on : If oven door will not unlock : â¬ This is normal for a new wall oven and will disappear â¬ Oven may not have cooled to safe temperature after self - after a few uses . Initiating a clean cycle will " burn off " cleaning process . the smells more quickly . Turning on a ventilation fan will help remove the smoke and / or odor . If oven baking results are less than expected : â¬ Excessive food soils on the oven bottom . Use a self - clean â¬ The pans being used may not be of the size or material cycle . recommended for best results . ( See " Cooking Made Simple " booklet ) . If oven will not activate the self - cleaning process : â¬ There may not be sufficient room around sides of the pans â¬ Controls may be improperly set . for proper air circulation in the oven . â¬ Check the " Clean " and " Stop " time settings and the cur - â¬ Check instructions for preheating , rack position and oven rent time of day on the clock . temperature . â¬ Check oven temperature when convection baking . Decrease conventional baking temperatures by 25 Â° E If oven did not clean properly : â¬ Oven may need longer cleaning time . If baking results differ from previous oven : â¬ Excessive spills were not removed prior to self - cleaning â¬ Oven thermostat calibration may differ between old and process . new ovens . Follow recipe and use the directions in this guide before calling for service since the calibration on the previous oven may have drifted to a too high or too low setting . ( See p . 7 - Adjusting Oven Temperature . )
Before You Call for Service 22 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 ! , 4 , 4 , 4 ! , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 ! , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 ! , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 ! , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 ! , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 ! , 4 , 4 , 4 ! , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 ! , 4 , 4 , If the cooling fan continues to operate after the oven has been turned off : This is normal and the fan will automatically shut off when the oven is cooled . If a fan is heard while using the broil and clean modes : This is the cooling fan and is normal . The fan will con - tinue to run after use until the oven cools . If probe does not work : check to be sure probe plug is properly inserted into oven receptacle . probe may not be positioned in food properly . probe temperature may have been improperly set . If convection fan does not operate during drying : Check that the magnetic door spacer was correctly placed on the slightly recessed circular area on the upper center of the oven door . ( See pages 15 and 16 . ) Fault Codes Fault codes are shown in the display as " F " and a number . If a fault code appears in the display and beeps sound , press the Cancel pad . If the fault code and beeps continue after pressing Cancel , disconnect power to the oven . Wait a few minutes , then reconnect power to the oven . If the fault code and beeps still continue , disconnect power to the wall oven and call an authorized selwicer . If the oven is heavily soiled , excessive flare - ups may re - sult in a fault code during a clean cycle . Press Cancel pad and allow the oven to cool for one hour , then reset the clean cycle . If the fault code and beeps still continue , dis - connect power to the appliance and call an authorized servicer . If an error beep sounds ( two short beeps ) with no fault code in the display , clean any spill from key pad m - ea within 30 seconds . If , after 30 seconds the spill is not removed or another problem exists , an F7 fault code will be displayed . Disconnect power to the appliance and call an authorized servicer .
Warranty JENN - AIR COOKING APPLIANCE WARRANTY Full One Year Warranty - Parts and Labor For one ( 1 ) year from the original retail prochase date , any part which fails in normal home use will be repaired o1replaced free of charge . Limited Warranties - Parts Only Second Year - After the first year from the original purchase date , parts which fail in normal home use will be repaired o1replaced free of charge for the part itself , with the owner paying all other costs , including labor , mileage and transportation . Third Through Fifth Year - From the original purchase date , parts listed below which fail in normal home use will be repaired or replaced free of charge for the part itself , with the owner paying all other costs , including labor , mileage and transportation . â¢ Electronic Controls â¢ Electric Heating Elements : smface , broil and bake elements on electric cooking appliances . Canadian Residents The above warranties only cover an appliance installed in Canada that has been certified or listed by appropriate test agencies for compliance to a National Standard of Canada unless the appliance was brought into Canada due to transfer of residence from the United States to Canada . Limited Warranty Outside the United States and Canada - Parts Only For two ( 2 ) years from the date of original retail purchase , anypart which fails in normal home use will be repaired or replaced free of charge for the part itself , with the owner paying all other costs , including labor , mileage and transportation . The . _ pectficwarrarlties evpressed above are the ONLY11arrantiesprovided by the mam @ cturen " Hwsei * arranlies give you speci / } ' clegal rights , and you may also have other rights which va13 ' fivm state to stale . What is Not Covered By These Warranties : 1 . Conditions and damages resulting from any of the following : 4 . Products purchased for commercial or industrial use . a . Improper installation , delivery , or maintenance . 5 . The cost of service or service call to : b . Any repair , modification , alteration , or adjustlnent not au - a . Correct installation errors . thorized by the manufacturer or an authorized servicer . b . Instruct the user on the proper use of the product . c . Misuse , abuse , accidents , or unreasonable use . c . Transport the appliance to the servicer . d . Incorrect electric current , voltage , or supply . e . Improper setting of any control . 6 . Consequential or incidental damages sustained by any person as a result of any breach of these wmranties . 2 . Wmranties are void if the original serial numbers have been Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of conse - removed , altered , or cannot be readily determined . quential or incidental damages , so the above exclusion may 3 . Light bulbs . not apply . JENN - AIR 403 WEST FOURTH STREET NORTH â¢ PO BOX 39 â¢ NEWTON , [ A 50208 Printed in U . SA . Part No . 8112P175 - 60 A / 11 / 00 @ 2000 Jenrl - A [ r