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IMPORTSAANFTEINTYSTRUCTIONS Read and follow all instructions technician show you the location of the line , and otherflammable vaporsand materials . before using this appliance to prevent gas shut off valve and how to shut itoff the potentialriskof fire , electric shock , in an emergency . If appliance is installednear a win - personalinjuryor damage to the appli - dow , proper precautions should be ance as a result of improper usage of Always disconnect power to appliance taken to prevent curtains from blow - the appliance . Use applianceonlyfor its before servicing . ing over bumers . intended purpose as described in this guide . NEVER leave any itemsonthe cook - GENERINASLTRUCTIONS top . The hot air from the vent may ignite flammable items and may increase pressurein closedcontain - ers whichmaycausethem to burst . Many aerosol - type spray cans are EXPLOSIVE when exposed to heat and may be highly flammable . Avoid their use or storage near an appli - ance . Many plastics are vulnerableto heat . Keep plastics away from pads of the appliancethat may becomewarm or hot . Do notleave plasticitemsonthe cooktopas they may melt orsoftenif lefttoo closeto the vent or a lighted surfaceburner . To eliminatethe hazard of reaching over hot surface burners , cabinet storage should not be provided directly above a unit . If storage is pro - vided , it should be limited to items which are used infrequently and which are safely stored in an area subjected to heat from an appliance . Temperatures may be unsafe for To checkif deviceis preperly installed , some items , such as volatile liquids , remove storage drawer or broiler com - cleaners or aerosol sprays . partment and look underneath range with a flashlight to make sure one of the rear leveling legs is properly INCASOEFFIRE engaged in the bracket slot . The anti - tip device secures the rear leveling leg Turn off appliance and ventilating to the floor when properly engaged . hood to avoid spreading the flame . You should check this anytime the Extinguish flame , then turn on hood rangehas been moved . to remove smoke and odor . COOKTOP : Smother fire or flame in a pan with a lid or cookie sheet . To ensure proper and safe operation : TOPREVfEIRNET Neveruse wateron a greasefire . Appliancemustbe properlyinstalled and groundedby a qualifiedtechnician . Do OVEN DOOR : If fire is in the ovenor ORSMODKAEMAGE not attemptto adjust , repair , service , or broilerpan , smotherby closingoven replace any part of your appliance door . Be sure all packing materials are unlessit is specificallyrecommendedin removed from the appliance before Never attemptto pickup or move a thisguide . All other servicingshouldbe operatingit . flaming pan . Do not use water on referredto a qualifiedservicer . Have the greasefires , usebakingsodaora dry Keeparea aroundapplianceclearand chemicalorfoam - type extinguishetro free from combustible materials , gaso - smotherfire or flame . 1
WARNING : NEVER use appliance Do not let cooking grease or otherr CHILDSAFETY flammable materials accumulate in o door , or drawer , if equipped , as a step stool or seatas thismayresultinpos - near the appliance , hood or vent fan . NEVER leave children alone or unsu - Clean hood frequently to prevent sibletippingofthe appliance , damage pervised near the appliance when it is to the appliance , andseriousinjuries . grease from accumulating on hood or in use or is still hot . filter . When flaming foods under the Do not touch a hot oven light bulb with hood , turn the fan on . NEVER allow children to sit or stand a damp cloth as the bulb could break . on any part of the appliance as they Should the bulb break , disconnect NEVER wear garments made of flam - could be injured or burned . power to the appliance before remov - mable material orloose - fitting or long - sleeved apparel while cooking . Cloth - ing bulb to avoid electrical shock . Children must be taught that the appli - ance and utensilsin it can be hot . Let ing may ignite or catch utensil han - dles . hot utensils cool in a safe place , out of COOKSINAGFETY reach of small children . Children Always place oven racks in the should be taught that an appliance is desired positionswhile oven is cool . Always place a pan on asurface bum - not a toy . Children should not be Slide oven rack out to add or remove er before turning it on . Be sure uyour - allowed to play with controls or other food , using dry , sturdy pot holders . Al - know which knob controls which s parts of the unit . ways avoid reaching into the oven to face burner . Make sure the correct add or remove food . If a rack must be CAUTION : NEVER store items of in - burner is turned on and that the burn - terestto childrenin cabinetsabove an moved while hot , use a dry pot holder . er has ignited . When cooking is com - Always turn the oven off at the end of appliance oron backguardof a range , pleted , turn burner off before remov - cooking . Children climbing on the appliance ing pan to prevent exposure to burner doorto reachitemscouldbe serious - flame . Use care when opening the oven ly injured . door . Let hot air or steam escape Always adjust surfaceburner flame so before moving or replacing food . thatit does not extendbeyond the bot - tom edge of the pan . An excessive PREPARED FOOD WARNING : Fol - kBOUYTOUkRPPLIAHCE flame is hazardous , wastes energy low food manufacturer's instructions . and may damage the appliance , pan NEVER use appliance as a space If a plastic frozen food container or cabinets above the appliance . heater to heat or warm a roomto pre - and / or its cover distorts , warps , or is vent potentialhazard to the user and otherwise damaged during cooking , NEVER leave a surface - cooking oper - damageto the appliance . Also , donot immediately discard the food and its ation unattended , especially when container . The food could be contami - use the cooktopor oven as a storage using a high heat setting or when nated . area for foodor cookingutensils . deepfatfrying . Boiloverscause smok - Do notobstructthe flow of combustion ing and greasy spilloversmay ignite . NEVER use aluminumfoil to coveran Clean up greasy spills as soon as oven rack or oven bottom . Misuse and ventilation air by blocking the possible . Do not use highheatfor ex - oven vent or air intakes . Restriction of could resultin risk of electricshock , tendedcookingoperations . air flow to the burner prevents proper fire , or damageto the appliance . Use performance and increases carbon foil onlyas directedinthisguide . NEVER heat an unopenedcontainer . monoxide emission to unsafe levels . on the surface burner or in the oven Pressurebuildup may cause contain - Avoid touching oven vent area whiles UTEHSILSAFETY oven is on and for several minute er to burst , resultingin serious per - sonal injury or damage to the appli - after oven is tumed off . Some parts of Use pans with flat bottoms and han - ance , the vent and surrounding area dles that are easily grasped and stay become hot enough to cause burns . Use dry , sturdy pot holders . Damppot cool . Avoid using unstable , warped , After oven is turned off , do not touch holders may cause bums fromsteam . easily tipped or loose - handled pans . the oven vent or surrounding areas Dishtowels or other substitutesshould Also avoid using pans , especially until they have had sufficient time to never be used as pot holders because small pans , with heavy handles as cool . they can trail across hot surface burn - they could be unstable and easily tip . Pans that are heavy to move when ers and ignite or get caught on appli - Other potentially hot surfaces include ance pads . filled with food may also be hazard . cooktop , areas facing the cooktop , OUS . oven vent , surfaces near the vent Always let quantitiesof hot fat used opening , ovendoor and areas around for deep fatfryingcool before attempt - Be sure utensil is large enough to door and window . ing to move or handle . properly contain food and avoid
IMPORTSAANFTEINTYSTRUCcToImO . NS , boilovers . Pan size is particularly im - CLEANSINAGFETY IMPORTSAANFTENTOYTICE portant in deep fat frying . Be sure pan will accommodate the volume of food Turn off all controls and wait forappli - ANDWARNING that is to be added as well as the bub - ance parts to cool before touchingor ble action of fat . cleaning them . Do not touch the burn - The California Safe Drinking Water er grates or surrounding areas until and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 To minimize burns , ignition of flamma - they have had sufficient time to cool . ble materials and spillage due to unin - ( Proposition 65 ) requires the Gover - tentional contact with the utensil , do nor of California to publish a list of Clean appliance with caution . Useet substances known to the State of Cal - care to avoid steam burns if a w not extend handles over adjacent sur - face burners . Always turn pan handles ifornia to cause cancer or reproduc - sponge or cloth is used to wipe spills toward the side or back of the appli - on a hot surface . Some cleaners can tive harm , and requires businesses to ance , not outinto the room wherethey warn customers of potential expo - produce noxious fumes if applied to a sures to such substances . hot surface . are easily hit or reached by small chil - dren . Users of this appliance are hereby Never let a pan boil dry as this could warned that the burning of gas can SELF - CLOEVAENN damage the utensil and the appliance . resultinlow - level exposureto someof the listedsubstances , includingben - Follow the manufacturer's directions Clean only parts listed in this guide . zene , formaldehyde andsoot , due pri - Do not clean door gasket . The door when using oven cooking bags . marilyto the incompletecombustion gasket is essential for a good seal . Only certaintypes of glass , glass / ce - of naturalgas or liquidpetroleum ( LP ) Care should be taken not to rub , dam - ramic , ceramicor glazed utensils are fuels . Properly adjustedburners will age or remove the gasket . Do not use suitable for cooktop or oven usage minimizeincompletecombustion . Ex - oven cleaners of any kind in or around posureto these substancescan also without breaking due to the sudden any part of the self - clean oven . change in temperature . Follow manu - be minimized by properlyventingthe burnersto the outdoors . facturer's instructions when using Beforeself - cleaning the oven , remove broiler pan , oven racks and other glass . Users of this appliance are hereby utensils and wipe up excessive This appliance has been tested for wamedthatwhenengaged inthe self - spillovers to prevent excessive smoke safe performance using conventional clean cycle , there may be low - level or flare - ups . cookware . Do not use any devices or exposure to some of the listed sub - CAUTION : Do not leave food or cook - accessories that are not specifically stances , including carbon monoxide . recommended in this guide . Do not ing utensils , etc . , in the oven during Exposure can be minimized by prop - use eyelid covers for the surface the self - cleancycle . erly venting the oven to the outdoors units , stovetop grills , or add - on oven during the self - clean cycle to opening It is normal for the cooktop of the a window and ! or door in the room convection systems . The use of range to become hot during a self - devices or accessories that are not where the appliance is located . clean cycle . Therefore , touching the expressly recommended in this manu - cooktop during a clean cycle should IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING al can create serious safety hazards , be avoided . result in performance problems , and PET BIRDS : Never keep pet birdsin the kitchen or in rooms where the reduce the life of the components of fumes from the kitchen couldreach . the appliance . Birdshavea verysensitiverespiratory system . Fumes released during an oven self - cleaning cycle may be harmful or fatal to birds . Fumes re - leaseddue to overheatedcookingoil , fat , margarine and overheated non - stickcookwaremay be equallyharm - ful . SAVTEHEISNESTRUCFTOIORFNUSTURREEFERENCE 3
SURFCAOCEOKIHG SURFACE CONTROL SEI - FING THE CONTROLS SURFACCOENTROLS KNOBS 1 . Place a pan on the burner grate . Useto turn on the sur - > - The burner flame may lift off or face burners . An infi - appear separated from the port nite choice of heat if a pan is not placed on the settings is available grate . from LOW to HIGH . 2 . Pushin and turn the knobcounter - At the HIGH setting , a clockwiseto the LIGHT setting . detent or notch may be felt . The knobs can be set on or be - > - A clicking ( spark ) sound will be tween any of the settings . heard and the burner will light . ( All ignitors will spark when any Graphics near the knob identifywhich surface burner knob is turned to burner the knobcontrols . For example , the LIGHT position . ) the graphic below shows the _ ' - - O right rear burner location . L _ J 3 . After the burner lights , turn the knob to the desired flame size . > The ignitor will continue to SUGGESTED spark until the knob is turned HEAT SETFINGS past the LIGHT position . The size and type of cookware will affect the flamesetting . Forinforma - OPERATING DURING PILOTLESS IGNITION tion on cookware and other factors A POWER FAILURE affecting flame settings , refer to Pilotless ignitioneliminates the need for " Cooking Made Simple " . a constant standing pilot light . Each 1 . Hold a lightedmatchto the desired sealed burner has a spark ignitor . When surfaceburnerhead . Setting Uses cleaning around the surface burner , use care . If cleaning cloth should catch the 2 . Push in and turn the controlknob HIGH Useto bring liquid to a boil , ignitor , it could be damaged preventing slowly to LIGHT . or reach pressure in a ignition . pressure cooker . Always 3 . Adjust the flame to the desired reduce setting to a lower If the surface burner does not light , level . heat when liquids begin to check if ignitoris broken , soiled or wet . boil or foods begin to cook . If clogged , clean the small port beneath the ignitor using a straight pin or soft An intermediate flame size bristle brush . is used to continue cook - ing . Food will not cook any faster whena higher flame setting is used than need - ed to maintain a gentle boil . Water boils at the same temperature whether boiling gently or vigorously . Use LOW to simmer LOW foods , keep foods bwarmut - and meltchocolate or ter . Â© Some cooking may take place on the LO setting if the pan is covered . It is possible to reduce the heat by rotating the mknobe toward OFF . Be sure fla is stable .
SURFCAOCEOKI ( NOGN , T , HIGH PERFORMANCE COOKTOP BURNER ( 12,000 BTU * ) A properly adjusted burner with TO PREVENT THE COOKTOP FROM There is one high - _ POWER clean ports will light withina few DISCOLORING OR STAINING : speed burner on your I i BOOST seconds . If using natural gas the rangelocatedin the rightfront position . : > Clean cooktopafter each use . flame will be blue with a deeper This offershigh - speedcookingthat can blue inner cone . > - Wipe acidic or sugary spills as be usedto quicklybring water to a boil soon as the cooktop has cooled andfor large - quantitycooking . If the burner flame is yellow or is as these spills may discolor the noisy the air / gas mixture may be * BTU ratingswill vary when usingLP porcelain . incorrectC . ontact a service tech - gas . The cooktop is designed with two con - nician to adjust . ( Adjustments toured wells with removable porcelain are not covered by the warranty . ) SIMMER BURNER covered drip pans to contain spills . ( See page 14 for cleaning directions . ) With LP gas , some yellow tips on This burner is located in the left rear the flames are acceptable . This position . The simmer burner offers a Unlike a range with is normal and adjustment is not standard gas burners , necessary . delicate sauces lower BTU flame forr SIMMER this cooktopdoes not melting chocolate . lift up nor is it remov - _ With some types of gas , you may able . Do not attempt ' , ! _ - _ J heara " popping " sound when the BURNER GRATES to lift the cooktop for surface burner is turned off . This any reason . The grates must be properly positioned is a normal operatingsound of the burner . before cooking . Improperinstallationof SEALED BURNERS the grates may resultin chippingof the If the control knob is turned very cooktop . The sealed burners of your range are quickly from HIGH to LOW , the secured to the cooktopand are not de - flame may go out , particularly if signed to be removed . Since the burn - the burner is cold . If this occurs , ers are sealed into the cooktop , turn the knob to the Off position , boilovers or spills will not seep under - wait several seconds and relight Do not operate the burners without a neath the cooktop . However , the burn - the burner . pan on the grate . The grate's porce - ers should be cleaned after each use . lain finish may chip without a pan to : _ The flame shouldbe adjusted so absorb the heat from the burner The head podionof the burner on select it does not extend beyond the flame . models has a removablecap thatis eas - edge of the pan . ily removed for cleaning . ( See page 13 Althoughthe burnergratesare durable , for cleaning directions . ) they will gradually lose their shine and / ordiscolor , dueto the hightemper - The burner will operate effectively with aturasof the gas flame . or without the burner cap . S
OVECNOOKIHG ELECTRCOLHOICCAKHDOVECNOHTROL SE'n'ING THE CLOCK 1 . Press Clock pad . 2 . Press or press and hold More + or Less - pad untilthe correcttime of day appearsin the display . The display will flash when electrical power is first supplied to the range or if there has been a power failure . Torecallthe timeof day whenanother function is displayed , press the Clock pad . See pages 12 - 13 for additional informa - FUNCTION PADS Clock time cannot be changedwhen tion . > . Press the desired pad . the oven has been programmed for clock controlled cooking , self - clean or CONTROLLOCKPAD > . Press , or press and hold , these delayed self - clean . pads to enter time , oventempera - The touch pads on the control can be ture orto select HI or LO broil . locked to prevent unwanted use . They SETrlNG THE TIMER will not function when locked . > . Press CANCEL pad to cancel all The timer can be set fromone minute operationsexcept the " timerand If an oven function is currently being ( 0HR : 01 ) up to 99 hours and 59 min - Clock . used , the controlscannotbe locked . utes ( 99 : 59 ) . The currenttime of day willremain inthe BAKE PAD The timer can be usedindependently display whenthisfeatureis activated . of any otherovenactivityand it can be Use for bakingor roasting . set while another oven function is TO SET : Press Control Lock pad for 1 . Press Bake pad . three seconds . The OFF indicatorword operating . THE TIMER DOES NOT CONTROLTHE OVEN . willappearin thedisplayfor 15seconds . 2 . Press More + or Less - untilthe cor - OFF will reappearfor 15 secondsif any rectoventemperatureappearsinthe 1 . Press the Timer pad . pad is pressed . display . > - The indicatorword TIMER will flash . TO RESTORE CONTROL OPERA - See page 8 for additionalinformation . TION : Press and hold the Control Lock 2 . Pressor pressand holdthe More + pad for three seconds . The indicator BROIL PAD or Less - pad untilthe correcttime wordOFF will diappear . appearsinthe display . Use fortop browningand broiling . COOK TIME / > The timerwill startautomatically 1 . Press Broil pad . after four seconds . A flashing STOP TIME PADS 2 . Press More + or Less - for HI or LO colon indicates that the timer is broil . Use to program the oven to start and in use during another function's stop automatically . operation . See page 10 for additionalinformation . 1 . Press Cook Time pad and enter the > - The last minute of the count - desiredcookingtime . CLEAN PAD down win be displayed as sec - onds . 2 . Press the Bake pad and enter oven Use to set self - cleancycle . temperature . 3 . At the endof the time set , one long 1 . Press Clean pad . " - - : - - " will appearin beep will sound . ( To change the 3 . To delay the start of cooking , press the display . number of timer beeps , see below . ) the Stop Time pad and enter the 2 . Press More + or Less - pad . " 3 : 00 " time youwishthe ovento tum off . TO CANCEL : Press and hold the hours of cleaningtime will automati - Timer padfor threeseconds . Thetime See pages 11for additional information . callybe entered . of day will reappearin the display . 3 . If more or less cleaning time is desired , press More + or Less - rpads . to select times between 2 to 4 hou
OVECNOOKICNOGN , T . > - A single beep willsound . the temperature , set the temperature COHTROOPLTIOHS 25 degrees higher or lower than your > - Display will show currentoption . recipe recommends , then bake . The TIMER BEEPS 2 . Pressthe More + or Less - pad to results of the " test " should give you an select the optionnumber youwish . idea of how much to adjust the tem - There are three choices for the end The currenttime of day will reap - perature . of " timer " reminder signals . pear in the display after four sec - > - One beep at the end of the timer onds . TO ADJUST THE operation , then , one beep every 30 OVEN TEMPERATURE : secondsfor the nextfive minutesor CANCEL CLOCK DISPLAY 1 . Press the Bake pad . untilthe CANCEL pad is pressed . if you prefer thatthe time of day not be 2 . Enter 550 Â° by pressing the More + > - One beep at the end of the timer displayed : pad . operation , then , one beep everytil minutefor the next12 hoursor un TO SET : Press Clock and CANCEL 3 . Press and hold the Rake pad for the CANCEL pad is pressed . pads at the same time and hold for severalseconds or until0 Â° appears threeseconds . inthe display . > - ( default option ) One beep at the end of the timer operation , then , no When clock display is not shown , > - If the oventemperaturewas pre - other beeps . press Clock pad to briefly recall the viouslyadjusted , the changewill time of day , if desired . be displayed . For example , if the SE'n'ING THE TIMER BEEPS oven temperature was reduced TO RESTORE : Press the Clock and 1 . Press the Timer and CANCEL by 15 Â° , the display will show CANCEL pads at the same time and pads at the same time and hold for - 15 Â° . hold for three seconds . The time of threeseconds . day willreappearinthe display . 4 . Press the More + or Less - pad to > - A single beep willsound . change the temperature . Each > - Displaywillshow currentoption . time a pad is pressed , the temper - AUTOMATIC OVEN aturechangesby 5 Â° . 2 . Press the More + or Less - pad to TURN - OFF / select the optionnumberyou wish . > - The oven temperature can be SABBATH MODE The currenttime of day will Rap - increasedor decreased by 5 Â° to 35 Â° . pear in the display after four sec - The oven will automatically turn off onds . after 12 hours if youaccidently leave it 5 . The time of day will automatically on . You can deactivate this feature , if reappear inthe display . desired . CLOCK CONTROLLED It isnot necessaryto readjust the oven temperatureif thereis a powerfailure TO ELIMINATE 12 - HOUR TURN OVEN COOKING BEEPS or interruption . Broilingand cleaning OFF : > - ( default option ) Four beeps at the temperaturescannotbe adjusted . 1 . Press the Clock pad and hold for end of cooking , then , one beep three seconds . every 30 seconds for the next five minutes or until the CANCEL pad is 2 . Press the More + or Less - pad pressed . until8888 appears in the display . Currenttime of day willreappearin > - Four beeps at the end of cooking , the displayafterfourseconds . then , onebeep every minute forthe next 12 hours or until the CANCEL TO RESTORE : Repeat steps 1 and 2 , pad is pressed . " 12 " will appear briefly in the display followed by the currenttime of day . > - Four beeps at the end of cooking , then , no other beeps . OVEN TEMPERATURE SEI - rlNG CLOCK CONTROLLED OVEN - COOKING BEEPS ADJUSTMENT 1 . Press Cook Time and CANCEL You may adjustthe oven temperature padsat the same time and holdfor if youthink the ovenis not bakingcor - three seconds . rectly . To decide how much to change 7
5 . Place food in the oven . > - 350 Â° will light when either pad is BAKINAGNDROASTING pressed . 6 . Check cooking progress at the min - imum cooking time . Cook longer if > - Oven temperature can be set needed . from 100 Â° to 500 Â° . 7 . Press CANCEL pad and remove > - You may find that the cooking foodfromthe oven . times and temperatures vary > - 13me of day will reappear in the slightly from your old oven . This is normal . Every oven has its own display . characteristics . 3 . There will be a four - second delay before oven turns on . When the NOTE : If you forget to turn the oven > , - During some extended oven oven turns on : off , it will automatically turn off at the cookingoperations , you may hear PREHEAT BAk _ end of 12 hours . If you wish to deac - a " popping " sound when the oven INDICATOR SYMBOL tivate this feature , see page 7 . burner cycles . This is normal . > - See roasting chart in " Cooking Made Simple " booklet for recom - OVEUVEUT mended roasting temperatures > - PREHEAT indicator will light in and times and baking and roast - When the oven is in use , never block ing tips . the display . the vent opening . > - The BAKE symbol will light in dis - The ovenvent is located at the base of play . the backguard . When the oven is in PILOTLESS IGNITION use , this area may become hot enough > - 100 Â° or the actual oventempera - Your range is equiped with pilotless igni - to cause bums . Do not place plastics ture will appear in the display . tion . With this type of ignition system , near the vent opening as heat from the The temperature will increase by the gas automatically shuts off and the vent could distort or melt the plastic . 5 Â° until the oven reachesthe pre - oven will not operate during a power selected temperature . failure . OVELNIGHT Press the Bake pad to recall the A lighted match will not light the oven preselected temperature during burner . No attempt should be made to Pushthe switchon the controlpanelto preheat . operate the oven during a power fail - turn the ovenlightonand off . The oven ure . light automaticallycomes 4 . Allow8 - 15 minutes for the oven to on whenever the oven preheat . SE'n'ING THE CONTROLS dooris opened . OVEUNCHT : _ A single beep will indicatethat FOR BAKING AND the ovenhas preheated . ROASTING > - The PREHEATindicatorwill turn 1 . Press Bake pad . off . > - BAKE willflash in display . > - 000 will light in display . 2 . Press or press and holdthe More + or Leas - pad to select oven temper - ature .
OVE ( ONOKINCGO , HT . RACK 4 : center of the half rack . Alignthe side OVERHACKS Usedfor mostbroiling . arm support between the topfourth and fifth oven - rack guides . Insert RACK 3 : Your oven has two racks . They are de - the two tabs on the back frame of Used for most baked goods on a signed witha lock - stop edge . the half rack into the slots on the cookie sheet , or jelly rollpan , layer upper - left rear of the oven wall . cakes , fruit pies , or frozen conve - 3 , niencefoods . Push firmly on the top surface of the half rack untilthe tabs slide intothe RACK 2 : slots and the half - reck side - arm Usedfor roasting smallcutsof meat , support rests on the fourth oven - casseroles , baking loaves of bread , rack guide . bundt cakes , custard pies or two - TO REMOVE RACK : Pull reckstraight 4o reck baking . Check for proper installation be out until it _ - placing your hand on the top sur - RACK 1 : stopastthe IL II face of the half rack and pressing Used for roastinglarge cuts of meat down firmly . and poultry , frozen pies , dessert ; P Ir _ k \ \ \ llllllllA , l _ l TO REMOVE FROM THE OVEN : souffles , angel food cake , or two - onthefronotf rack baking . the rack and _ - - - - - - - - _ JJ When the oven is cool , grasp the top pull out . ROASTING POSITION : center of the Used for half rack and TO REPLACE : Place reckon the reck pull upward suntil roasting _ Â° Â° _ o supportinthe oven ; tiltthe front end up the back tab slightly ; slide rack back until it clears taller cuts _ of meat or on the rack slide the lock - stop position ; lower front and out of the oven slideback intothe oven . , urge , Place both back slots . Do not cover an entire rack with alu - oven racks , one above the other , on the raised minum foil or place foil on the oven sidesof the ovenbottom , bottom . Baking results will be af - fected and damage may occur to the NOTE : Never place pans directly on oven bottom . the ovenbottom . > Do not use cookware that MULTIPLE extendsbeyondedge of reck . RACK COOKING : > - For bestresults , allowtwo inch - RACK POSITIONS Two rack : Use rackpositions2 and es betweenthe pan placed on 4 , or 1 and4 . V the rackandthe ovensidewall . HALF RACK When openingthe oven door , allow steam and hot air to TO INSTALL IN OVEN : escape beforereachingintothe oven to removefood . 1 . Always _ , . _ - _ _ . _ _ _ - _ _ . _ . _ Tabs install half _ . _ ' _ / Use caution when removing rack when _ upp _ . _ itemsfrom the halfrackto avoid RACK 5 : burns . cool . Used for toastingbread or broiling oven is Carefully remove items fromthe thin non - fatty foods . 2 . To install , _ lower rack to avoid disturbing grasp top Front the half rack . " HALFRACK " Accessory Kit is available when not included with range . See your dealer or call 1 - 800 - 688 - 8408 to order . 9
BROILIHG _ _ â€¢ â€¢ i ! ! Â¸ Iii _ Â¸ _ i i _ ii ! i ! ! Rack Totai _ ook SE'rrlNG THE CONTROLS _ of Mbat Pbsltibn _ Doneness Tlmb ( MIn ) _ FOR BROILING Bacon 4 Well Done 6 - 10 min , 1 . Pressthe Broil pad . Beef Steaks - 1 " thick 4 Medium 15 - 20 min . 4 Well 18 - 24 min . > - BROILwill flashin display . > - go0will lightin the display . Chicken - Pieces 3 Well Done ( LO Broil ) 30 - 40 min , 2 . Press the More + pad to select HI ( high ) broilor the Less - pad to set Fish - Fillets 4 Flaky 8 - 12 min . LO ( low ) broil , Steaks , 1 " thick 4 Flaky 10 - 15 min . > - Select HI broil for normalbroil - ing . Ground Beef - Patties , 3 / 4 " thick 4 Well Done 15 - 18 min . > - Select LO broilforlow - tempera - Ham - Precooked Slice , 1 / 2 " thick 4 Warm 8 - 12 min , ture breilingof longer cooking foods suchas poultry . Pork Chops - 1 " thick 4 Well Done 22 - 26 min . 3 . There will be a four - second delay * The top rack position is # 5 . before oven turns on . When the * * Broiling times are approximate and may vary depending on the meat . oventurnson : > - The BROIL symbol will light in the display . B _ S _ BOL 4 . Place food inthe oven . Close oven doon 5 . Turn meat once about half way throughcooking . 6 . Press Cancel pad . Remove food and broiler pan fromthe oven . > - Time of day will reappearindis - play .
OVFC . HOOKCIHOGN , T , TO START IMMEDIATELYAND c . Press Clock pad . CLOCK - COmROtt D TURN OFF AUTOMATICALLY : Time of day willreappearinthe display . 1 . Pressthe Cook Time pad . OVECHOOKIHG d . DELAY BAKE will remain in dis - > - 0 : 0Owill lightindisplay . play to show the oven is set for a > . - COOK TIME willflashin the dis - delayed cook operation . play . 6 . When the oven turns on , the oven 2 . Press or press and hold the More + temperature and the BAKE symbol or Less - pad to enter cookingtime . will light in display . 3 . Press Bake pad . 7 . Oven will turn off . Four beeps will sound and END will light in the dis - > - 000 will lightin display . play , A beep win sound every 30 > - BAKE willflash Indisplay . secondsfor the next5 minutes . Clock - Controlled Oven Cooking is used to turn the oven on and off at a 8 . Press Cancel pad , Beepswill stop preset time of day , This feature can be and time of day willreappear in dis - used with either oven cooking or self - play . Removefood from oven . cleaning . 4 , Press or press and hold More + or > - Immediate Start : Oven turns on Less - pad to enter oven tempera - immediately and automatically ture . It is not necessary to set a start turnsoff at a presettime . NOTE : Beeps will sound if tem - time . Control willdeterminewhen > - Delayed Start : Detays the start of perature is not set within four to turn the oven on based on the cookingor cleaning and automati - seconds . cook time you set . cally turns off at a preset time . , IF YOU WISH TO DELAY THE See page 7 if you wishto change START OF COOKING : Cook time can only be set for up to 11 the end of cooking reminder hours and 59 minutes ( 11 : 59 ) . ( if not , skipto # 6 ) beeps . a . Press Stop Time pad . STOP The clockmust be functioning and set TIME willflash indisplay . at the correcttime of day for this fea - b . Pressor pressand hold More + or tureto operatecorrectly . Less - pad to enter time of day you wishthe ovento turnoff . 11
BEFORE SELF - CLEANING DURING CLEAN CYCLE Turn off the oven light before cleaning When the LOCK indicatorword lights as the light may burn out during the in the display , the door cannot be clean cycle . opened . To prevent damage to door , do not force dooropen when the LOCK Remove broiler pan , all pans and the indicator word is displayed . oven racks from the oven . The oven racks will discolor and may not slide Some smoke and odor may be detect - easily after a self - clean cycle . ed the first few times the oven is cleaned . This is normal and will lessen Clean oven frame , door frame ( area in time . Smoke may also occur if oven outside of is heavily soiled or if broiler pan was left in oven . gasket ) hande around t As ovenheats , you may hear sounds opening in i " of metal parts expandingandcontract - the door ing . This is normal and will not damage gasket witha - oven , a nonabr sive cleanersuchas Bon Ami ordeter - AFTER SELF - CLEANING gent and water . These areas are not exposed to cleaning temperatures and About one hour after the end of the The self - cleancycle uses above - normal should be cleaned to prevent soil from clean cycle , the LOCK indicator cooking temperatures to automatically baking on during the clean cycle . word will turn off . At this point , the clean the entire oven interior . door can be opened . It is normal for flare - ups , smoking or To prevent damage , do not clean or Somesoil may leave a light gray , pow - flaming to occur during cleaning if the rub the gasket around the oven dery ash whichcan be removed witha oven is heavily soiled . It is better to door . The gasket is designedto seal - damp cloth . If soil remains , it indicates clean the oven regularly rather than to in heat during the clean cycle . that the clean cycle was not long wait until there is a heavy build up of enough . The soil will be removed dur - soil in the oven . Wipe up excess grease or spillovers ing the next clean cycle . from the oven bottom to prevent During the cleaning process , the If the ovenrackswere left in the oven excessive smoking , flare - ups or flam - kitchen should be well ventilated to help ing during the cleancycle . and do not slidesmoothlyafter a clean eliminate normal odors associated with cycle , wipe racks and embossed rack cleaning . supports with a small amount of veg - Wipe up sugary and acidic spillovers etable oil to restore ease of movement . such as sweet potatoes , tomato or milk - based sauces . Porcelain enamel Fine lines may appear in the porcelain is acid resistant , not acid proof . The resultingfrom the heating and cooling porcelain finish may discolor if of the finish . Thisis normalandwillnot acidic spills are not wiped up prior affectperformance . to a self - clean cycle . Awhitediscolorationmay appear after cleaningif acidicor sugaryfoodswere not wiped up before the clean cycle . This discoloration is normal and will NOT affect performance .
CAR & EC [ EAHIcHoGm , . TO CANCEL CLEAN CYCLE : SE'n'ING THE CONTROLS dishwasher . For stubborn soils , FOR SELF - CLEAN clean with a soap - filled , nonabra - 1 . Press CANCEL pad . sive pad or Cooktop Cleaning 1 . Close oven door . 2 . If LOCK is NOT displayed , open Creme ( Part # 20000001 ) * * and a oven door . If LOCK is displayed , sponge . 2 . PressClean pad . allow oven to cool about one hour " - - : - - " or 3 : 00 willlightin display . then open oven door . For burned - on soil , place burner cap on newspapers and spray owithw : _ CLEAN will flash in display . Ontor commercial oven cleaner . Foll select models LOCK indica manufacturer's directions . wordwill appear , LOCK / S STLL ENG4GED . : _ If door is not closed or locked , DCX _ RCAM _ Tr B _ OPENED UNTILLOCK IS Sealed Gas Burner Caps beepswill soundand = door " will NO LONGER _ SP _ YED . flash indisplay . Clean frequently . Allow burner to 3 . PressMore + or Less - padtoselect cool . Clean with soap and plastic CLEANPINRGOCEDURES cleantime or changecleantime . scouring pad . For stubborn soils , clean with a soap - filled , nonabra - > - Oven is preset to clean for 3 sive pad . Try to prevent the cleaner hours . from seeping into the gas ports as Or , this will affect the flame . If the > - Select 2 hours for light soil , up to cleaner does enter the pods , clean 4 hours for heavy soil . with a soft bristle brush or a straight pin , especially the port below the 4 . TO DELAY THE START OF ignitor . Do not enlarge or distort CLEANING : holes . ( if not , skipto # 5 ) : a . Press Stop Time pad . > - Be careful not to get water into burner ports . b . Press More + or Less - pad to select the time of day you wish > - Use care whencleaningthe ignitor . the even to turn off . If the ignitoris wet or damaged the BROILER PAN & INSERT surface burner will not light . c . Press Clock pad and time of day Never cover insert with aluminum will reappearindisplay . foil as this prevents the fat from d . DELAY CLEAN will remain in BURNER GRATES draining to the pan below . displayto show the oven is set PORCELAINON CAST - IRON for delayedcleanoperation . : _ Place soapy cloth over insert and Wash grates with warm , soapy pan ; let soak to loosen soil . water and a nonabrasive , plastic scrubbing pad or in the dishwasher . > - Wash in warm soapy water . Use For stubborn soils , clean with a soap - filled scouring pad to remove 5 . When the oven turns on , the clean stubborn soil . soap - filled , nonabrasive pad or symbol and the indicator word sponge and a commercial Cooktop LOCK will lightinthe display . CleaningCreme . ( Part # 20000001 . ) * * > - Broiler pan and insert can be cleanedin dishwasher . > Door cannot be openedwhen For burned - onsells , remove grates , LOCK is displayed . place on newspapers and carefully BURNER CAPSAND CLF _ spray with commercial oven clean - er . ( Do not spray surrounding sur - SEALED GAS BURNERS faces . ) Place in plastic bags for Removable Burner Caps several hours or over night . ( Select Models ) Wearing rubber gloves , remove 6 . About one hour after the clean from bags . Wash , rinse , dry and > - Allowburner to cool . Remove burn - cycle ends , the LOCK indicator replace on cooktop . er cap and wash in soapy water word will turn off . The oven door witha plasticscouringpad or inthe can be opened . 13
> - When cool , wash after each use , > - Do not use abrasive materials such CLOCK AND CONTROL rinse and dry to prevent staining or as scouring pads , steel wool or PAD AREA discoloration . May be washed in the powdered cleaners as they will dishwasher . scratch glass . > - Toactivate " Control Lock " for clean - ing , see page 6 . > - To clean heavy soil , soak in hot METAL FINISHES sudsy water , then use mildabrasive > - Wipe witha damp clothanddry . TRLM PARTS cleaner such as Soft Scrub . * > - Glass cleaners may be used if > - Wash with soap and water , a glass For burned - on soil , remove from sprayed on a cloth first . DO NOT cleaner , or mild liquid detergent . range , place on newspapers and spray directly on control pad and carefully spray with commercial display area . > - To prevent scratching or dulling of oven cleaner . ( Do not spray sur - the finish , do not use mildly abra - rounding surfaces . ) Place in plastic sive , abrasive , harsh or caustic CONTROL KNOBS bag and allow to soak several cleaners such as oven cleaners . hours . Wearing rubber gloves , > - Remove knobs in the OFF position remove from bag , wash , rinse and by pulling forward . dry . OVEN INTERIORS > - Wash , rinse and dry . Do not use > - Followinstructionson pages 12 - 13 ENAMEL , PAINTED abrasive cleaning agents as they for Self - CleaningOven may scratch the finish . SIDE PANELS , STORAGEDRAWER & DOOR HANDLES : _ Turn on each burner to be sure the OVEN RACKS When cool , wash withwarm soapy knobs have been correctly re - > - Clean withsoapy water . water , rinse and dry . Never wipe a placed . warm or hot surface with a damp > - Remove stubborn soil with cleans - cloth as this may damage the sur - COOKTOP & BAC ing powder or soap - filledscouring face and may cause a steam burn . GUARD pad . Rinse and dry . PORCELAINENAMEL For stubborn soil , use mildly abra - Racks win permanently discolor and sive cleaning agents such as bak - Porcelain enamel is glass fused on may not slide smoothly if left in the ing soda paste or BooAmi * . Do not metal and may crack or chipwith mis - oven during a self - clean operation . If use abrasive cleaners such as steel use . It is acid resistant , notacidproof . this occurs , wipe the rack and woolpads or oven cleaners . These All spillovers , especiallyacidicor sug - embossed rack supports with a small products will scratch or permanent - ary spillovers , should be wiped up amount of vegetable oil to restoreease ly damage the surface . immediatelywitha drycloth . of movement , then wipe oft excess oil . NOTE : Use dry towelor cloth to wipe > - When cool , wash withsoapy water , up spills , especiallyacidic or sugary PLASTIC FINISHES rinse and dry . spills . Surface may discoloror dull ff TRIM & END CAPS soilis notimmediatelyremoved . Thisis > - Never wipe oft a warm or hot sur - especiallyimportantfor whitesurfaces . > - When cool , clean with soap and face with a damp cloth . This may water , rinse and dry . cause crackingorchipping . GLASS > - Use a glass cleaner and a soft > - Never use oven cleaners , abrasive OVEN WINDOW & DOOR cloth . or caustic cleaningagentson exte - rior finish of range . > - Avoid usingexcessive amountsof NOTE : Neveruse oven cleaners , abra - water which may seep under or sive or caustic liquid or powdered behindglasscausingstaining . cleansers on plastic finishes . These DRIP PANS cleaning agentswill scratchor mar fin - PORCELAIN > - Wash with soap and water . Rinse ish . with clear water and dry . Glass Porcelain may craze if overheated . cleaner can be used if sprayed on a NOTE : Toprevent stainingor discolor - This is normaland will notaffectcook - cloth first . ation , wipe up fat , grease or acid ( to - ingperformance . mato , lemon , vinegar , milk , fruit juice , marinade ) immediately with a dry pa - per towel
CAR & E ( LEANIcNoGn , s , , OVEN DOOR STAINLESS STEEL MAINTENANCE ( SELECMTOOELS ) > - Do not use any cleaning product OVEN WINDOW containing chlorine bleach . TO PROTECT THE OVEN DOOR WINDOW : > - Always wipe with the grain when cleaning . 1 . Do not use abrasive cleaning > - Daily Cleaning / Light Soil - Wipe agents such as steel wool scouring with one of the following - soapy pads or powdered cleansers as water , white vinegar / watersolution , they may scratch the glass . Formula 409 Glass and Surface 2 . Do not hit the glass withpots , pans , Cleaner * ora similarglasscleaner - usinga spongeor soft cloth . Rinse furniture , toys or other objects . and dry . Topolishand helpprevent 3 . Do not closethe door untilthe oven fingerprints , follow with Stainless racks are in place . Steel Magic Spray ( Part No . 20000008 ) * * . Scratching , hitting , jarringor stressing > - Moderate / Heavy Soil - Wipe with the glass may weaken its structure TO REMOVE : one of the following - Bon Ami , causingan increasedriskof breakage 1 . When cool , open the ovendoorto Smart Cleaners , or Soft Scrub * - at a laterdate . the firststopposition ( openedabout usinga damp spongeor soft cloth . four inches ) . Rinse and dry . Stubbornsoils may LEVELING LEGS 2 , Grasp door at each side . Do not be removed with a damp Scotch - use the doorhandleto liftdoor . Brite * pad ; rub evenly with the grain . Rinseand dry . Torestorelus - 3 . Liftup evenly n _ _ ter and removestreaks , followwith until door StainlessSteel MagicSpray . clears hinge arms . > - Discoloration - Using a damp sponge or soft cloth , wipe with TO REPLACE : Cameo Stainless Steel Cleaner * . 1 . Graspdoorat Rinse immediately and dry . To each side . remove streaksand restoreluster , 2 . The range should be leveled when Align slotsinthe door withthe hinge follow with Stainless Steel Magic arms onthe range . Spray . installed . If the range is not level , tum the plastic I _ 1 3 , Slide the doordown ontothe hinge arms untilthe door is completely leveling legs , located at / LJ _ 1 each corner of the j ) . . _ % I seated on the hinges . Push down on the top comers of the door to range , until _ J _ : ' ; J completely seat door on hinges . range is level . [ _ _ ; _ ' _ ( _ ' : _ Doorshouldnotappearcrooked . _ ' . _ I - TIPBRACKET _ ' Â¢ EUNG LEG NOTE : The ovendoor ona new range may feel = spongy " when it is closed . This is normaland will decreasewith use . 1S
TO REPLACE : The storage drawer can be removed to OVEN LIGHT allow you to clean under the range . Fit the front edge of the oven bottom into the oven - front frame . Lower the TO REMOVE : rear of the oven bottom and slide the two catches back to lock the oven bot - 1 . Empty drawer and pull out to the first tom in place . stop position . ELECTRICAL 2 . Lift up the front of the drawer . CONNECTION 3 . Pull out to second stop position . Appliances which require electrical 4 . Grasp sides and lift drawer up and power are equipped with a three - out . prong grounding plug which must be pluggeddirectlyinto a properlyground - ed three - hole120 voltelectricaloutlet . TO REPLACE : Alwaysdisconnect power to appliance 1 , Fit the ends of the drawer glides into wco _ before servicing . the rails in the range . The three - prong 2 . Lift up trent of drawer and gently push in to the first stop position . offers protection against shock haz - 3 . R _ - r _ J _ Eq Lift drawer up again and push until ards . Do not cut or grounding plug _ drawer is closed . TO REPLACE OVEN LIGHT BULB : remove the third grounding prong 1 . When oven is cool , holdbulb cover OVEN BO'R'OM from the power cord plug . in place , then slide wire retainer iofff cover . NOTE : Bulb cover will fall If an ungrounded , two - hole or other Protect oven bottom against spillovers , not held in place while removing type electricaloutlet is encountered , it especially acidic or sugary spills , as wire retainer . is the personal responsibility of the they may discolorthe porcelain enamel . appliance owner to have the outlet Use the correct pan size to avoid 2 . Remove bulb coverand light bulb . replaced with a properly grounded spillovers and boilovers . Never place three - hole electrical outlet , utensils or foil directly on the oven 3 . Replace with a 40 - watt appliance bottom . bulb . REMOVAL OF The oven bottom may be removed for easiercleaning . GAS APPLIANCE 4 . Replace bulb coverand securewith wireretainer . TO REMOVE : Gasapplianceconnectorussedtoconnect 5 . Reconnect power to range . Reset When cool , re - thisapplianceto the gas supplyare not clock . move the oven designed for continuous movement . racks . Slide the _ _ Once installed , DO NOT repeatedly two catches , Io - I _ ' - - _ l move this gas appliance for cleaning cated at each _ i or to relocate . If this appliance has to STORAGE DRAWER be moved and / or removedfor servic - rearcomerof the liT / - - * ' - - \ _ tl ( Selectmodels ) oven bottom , to - " " ing , follow the proceduredescribedin ward the front of the oven . the installationinstructions . For infor - mation contact Maytag Customer Lift the rear edge of the oven bottom Serviceat 1 - 800 - 688 - 9900 . slightly , then slide it back untilthe front edge of the oven bottom clears the To prevent range from accidently tip - ovenfront frame . Removeoven bottom ping , range must be secured to floor by from oven . sliding the rear leveling leg into the anti - tip bracket .
BEFOYROECUALFLOSRERVICE > Checkthe useof foil intheoven . Nev - > - Excessivsepilloverse , speciallsyugary CH T ( KsePOINILT . S erusefoil to coveranentireovenrack . and / oracidicfoodsw , erenot removed pdorto the self - cleancycle . Placea smallpieceof foil on the rack PART OR ALL OF APPLIANCE belowthe panto catchspillovers . DOES NOT WORK . OVEN DOOR WILL NOT OPEN > - Check pan placement . Stagger pans AFTER SELF - CLEAN CYCLE . Checktobe sureplugissecurelyinsert - whenusingtwo racks . Allow1 - 2 inch - edintoreceptacle . es betweenpansandovenwalls . > - Ovenintedoris stillhot . Allowabout : _ Checkorre - setcircuibt reaker , Checkor onehourfor theovento coolafterthe > - Makesuretheovenventhasnotbeen replacefuse . completioonf a self - cleancycle . The blocked . Seepage8for location . doercan be openedwhentheLOCK Checkpowersupply . > - Checkto makesurerangeis level . indicatowrordis notdisplayed . > - Check if surfaceand / orovencontrols BAKING RESULTS DIFFER FROM havebeenpropadyset . Seepages4 and MOISTURE CONDENSATION PREVIOUS OVEN . 8 . COLLECTS ON OVEN WINDOW , > - Temperaturesoften vary betweena > - Checkif ovendoor is unlockedaftera new ovenand an old one . As ovens > - Thisis normalwhencookingfoodhigh self - deancycle . Seepages13 . inmoisture . age , theoventemperatureoften " ddfts " > - Checkifovenissetfora delayedcookor andmaybecomehotterorcoolerS . ee > - Excessivemoisturewas usedwhen cleanprogramS . eepages11and13 . page7 for instructionsonadjustingthe cleaningthewindow . oventemperature . SURFACE BURNER FALLS STRONG ODOR OR LIGHT TO LIGHT . NOTE : It is not recommendedto SMOKE OCCURS WHEN adjustthetemperatureif onlyoneor Checkto be sureunitis propedycon - OVEN IS TURNED ON . tworecipesare In question . nectedtopowersupply . > - Thisisnormalfor anew rangeandwill > - Checkfor ablowncimuiftuseoratdpped FOOD NOT BROILING PROPERLY . disappearaftera fewuses . Initiatinga maincircuibt reaker . cleancycle will " bum off " the smells > - Checkovensetting . Seepage10 . > - Checkto besureburnerportsorignition morequickly . portsarenotcloggedS . eepage4 . _ - Checkrackpositions . Seepage10 . > - Turningon a ventilationfan willhelp removethe smokeand / oor dor . > - Checkto besureignitoirsdryandclick - > - Aluminumfoil was incorrectlyused . ing . Burnerwillnotlightif ignitorisdam - Neverline the broilerpan insertwith > - Excessivefood soilsonthe ovenbot - foil . aged , soiledor wet . If ignitordoesn't tom . Usea self - cleacnycle . clickt , urncontrokl nobOff . OVENSMOKESEXCESSIVELY " F " PLUS A NUMBER DURINGBROILING . THE FLAME IS UNEVEN . APPEARS IN THE DISPLAY . Foodtooclosetoflame . SeepagetO > - Bumerportsmaybeclogged . > - Thisis calleda faultcode . If a fault for moreinformation . > - Flamesettingmayneedtobe adjusted . codeappearsinthedisplayandbeeps _ - Broilerinsertcoveredwithaluminum sound , presstheCANCELpad . Ifthe foil . faultcodeandbeepscontinued , iscon - SURFACE BURNER FLAME LIFTS nectpowertotheapplianceW . aitafew OFF PORTS . > - Excessfatnottdmmedfremmeatpdor minutesth , en reconnecptowerI . ffault to broiling . > - Checkto be surea panis sittingonthe codeandbeepsstillcontinue , discon - > - A soiledbroilerpanwasused . grateabove . nectpowetrotheappliancaendcallan authorizesdervicer . OVENWILLNOTSELF - CLEAN . BAKINGRESULTSARE NOTWHAT Ifthe ovenis heavilysoilede , xcessive Checkto makesurecontrolsare set YOUEXPECTED . flare - upsmayresultina faultcodedur - propedy . > - Checkthe oventemperaturseelected . inga cleancycle . PressCANCELpad _ - Checktomakesurethecycleisnotset Makesureovenis preheatedwhenreci - andallowthe ovento coolcompletely , fora delayedstart . peordirectionrsecommenpdreheat . wipeout excesssoil , then resetthe _ - Checkifdoorisclosed . cleancycle . Ifthefaultcodeandbeeps > - CheckrackpositionsS . eepage9 . stillcontinue , disconnecptowerto the > - Use serrect pan . Darkpansproduce OVEN DID NOT CLEAN applianceand call an authorizedser - darkbrowningS . hinypansproducelight vicer . PROPERLY . browningS . ee " Cooking MadeSimple " bookletfor moreinformatioonn bake - > - Longercleaningtimemaybeneeded . ware . 17
J YTARGANGWEARRANTY WHIASHTOCTOVEBRYTEHDESE 1 . Conditionsanddamagesresultingfromany of thefollowing : a . Improperinstallation , deliveryor maintenance . b . Any repair , modification , alteration , or adjustmentnot authorizedby the manufactureor r an authorizedservicer . Â¢ . Misuse , abuse , accidentsor unreasonableuse . d . Incorrectelectriccurrent , voltageorsupply . e . Impropersettingof any control . 2 . Warrantiesare void if the original serial numbers have been removed , altered , or cannotbe readilydetermined . 3 . Light bulbs . 4 . Productspurchasedfor commerciaolr industrialuse . 5 . The costof serviceor servicecall to : a . Correctinstallationerrors . b . Instructthe useron the properuse of the product . Â¢ . Transportthe applianceto theservicer . 6 . Consequentiaol r incidentaldamagessustainedby any personas a resultof any breachof thesewarranties . Somestatesdo not allowthe exclusionor limitationof consequentialor incidentaldamages , so the aboveexclusion maynotapply . IFYOHUEESDERVICE Call the dealer fromwhomyour appliancewas purchasedor call Maytag AppliancesSales Company , Maytag CustomerAssistance at 1 - 800 - 688 - 9900 , USAto locatean authorizedservicer . Be sureto retainproofof purchaseto verifywarrantystatus . Referto WAR - PANTYfor further informationon owner's responsibilitiesfor warrantyser - vice . If thedealerorservicecompanycannotresolvethe problemw , ritetoMaytag AppliancesSales Company , AM : CAIR Â® Center , P . O . Box 2370 , Cleveland , TN37320 - 2370 , or cell 1 - 800 - 688 - 9900U.S.A.or 1 - 800 - 688 - 2002Canada . U . S . customersusingTTYfordeaf , hearingimpairedorspeechimpairedc , all 1 - 800 - 688 - 2080 . NOTE : Whenwritingorcallingabouta serviceproblem , pleaseincludethe followinginformation : a . Yourname , addressandtelephonenumber ; b , Modelnumberandserialnumber ; , c . Nameandaddressofyourdealerorservicer ; d . A cleardescriptioonftheproblemyou are having ; e . Proofof purchase ( salesreceipt ) . User's guides , serv _ manualsand partsinformationare availablefrom MaytagApplianceSsalesCompany , MaytagCustomerAssistance . 9 MAYTAG â€¢ 403 West Fourth Street North â€¢ P . O . Box 39 Â° Newton , Iowa 50208