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MAYTAG GEMINI TMELECTRIC RANGE IISEIGI'SUIDE • _ MAYIAG _ & TY Pages 1 - 2 _ ACE COOKING Pages 3 - 5 Installer : Pleaseleavethismanualwlth thtsappliance Consumer : Please read and keep thts manual for future reference Keep sales _ H COOKING receLpat nd / or cancelledcheck asproof of Pages 6 - 11 purchase ModeiNumber _ E & CLEANING Pages 12 - 15 SenalNumber I _ EO _ REYOCUALL Page16 Dateof Purchase Page 17 _ ANTY , , In ou _ ntinuung ; e . o = [ to nrm . , _ _ _ , _ I _ r _ , e _ _ : , _ oJ _ i _ . _ - and : perfor - _ , ; . . . . man _ . _ foui . _ idngl _ fodu _ s , . _ ' _ DE DEL'UTILISATEUPafgle 18 it may _ be _ necessatroy'make * ' , _ . changes _ _ toaPphance wnth - o _ : pi _ : revlsl _ ' _ ' ls guide _ . , : . _ : : ' , " : _ _ , _ _ ' _ . _ ' : _ R _ _ , : , _ . . _ 7 - _ " ' _ . Zq _ r , USUARtO Page 38 If youhavequesttonsc , all 1 - 888 - 4MAYTA ( G1 - 888462 - 9824 ) 1 - 800 - 688 - 208 ( 0U S " FrYfor heaengor speechimpaired ) ( Mon - Fn , 8am - 8pm EasternT = me ) Internet hltpIlwwwmaytagcorn For service # nformation , see page 17 Forr'nNo N05 / 01 PaciNo 8113P293 _ 0 " • http Ilwww maytag corn 74005918 LdhoUSA
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IMPOFlTSAAHFTEIHTYSTRUCTIOHS Read and follow all Instructions before us - Aerosol - type cans are EXPLOSIVE when GENERINASLTRUCTIONS ing this apphance to prevent thepotential nsk exposedto heatandmay behLghlyflammable of fire , electric shock , personal injuryor dam - Do not use or store near apphance WARNINGNEVERuseapphaneedoor ( s ) , or age to the apphanceas a result of improper us - drawer , if equippeda , s a stepstoolorseatas Th , s apphancehas been tested for safe per - age of the appliance Use apphance only for its thismayresultm possiblet _ ppmogf theapph - formance usnngconventional cookware Do intendedpurpose as described in this guide ance , damagetothe apphance , andsenous not use any dewces or accessories that are mjunes To ensure proper and safe operation : Apph - not spectficallyrecommended _ nthis manual ance must be properly installedand grounded Do not use eyelid covers , stove top grills or If apphanceis installednear a window , pre - by a quahfied technician ceut _ onsshouldbe takento preventcurtains add - on oven convection systems The use of devices or accessones that are not ex - fromblowingoversurfaceelements presslyrecommendedinth _ smanualcancre - NEVERuse apphanceto warmor heat the ate senous safety hazards , result m perfor - room Failuretofollowthtsmstruclaocnanlead mance problems , and reduce the life of the to possibleburns , nnluryf , ire , ordamagetothe > - ALL RANGES components of th _ sapphance CAN TIP AND , _ \ . . _ _ ' _ appliance CAUSE INJURIES _ i _ z - _ t | NEVERwearloose - fittinogrhanginggarments TOPERSONItSR 7 l ! C00KTOP whiteusingtheapplianceClothLncgouldcatch _ - , _ INSTALL ANTI - TIP ' - _ iw - utensilhandlesor [ gntteand causeburnsif NEVERleavesurfaceunitsunattendeeds - . DEVICE PACKED _ , garmentcomesincontactw _ thhotheatingel - peciallywhenusinghighheatAnunattended - WITH RANGE _ 1 _ _ ements bodovercouldcausesmokingandagreasy _ ' . F , OLLOW ALL _ _ | spdlovecr ancauseafire Toensureproperoperationandtoavonddam - _ _ JNSTALLATION " _ INSTRUCTIONS _ . agetothe apphanceorpossibleinjuryd , o not Thusappliance _ sequippedwithdLfferenstize adjust , service , repairor replaceany part of surfaceelementsSelectpanswithfiatbot - _ Tg = R _ ucreiskoftippingoftheapp ! ! ance the apphance unless specrt _ callyrecom - tomslargeenoughto coverelementF _ thng _ ' fro _ m ' ; abnormaulsageor by _ xcesslve mendedmthusguide Referall otherservicing pansnzetoelementwill improvceookingef - . Ioadmgof the ovendoor , th = e ; - apphance to aquahfiedtechn _ enan ficiency _ m _ be securedby a propery fnsta ed NEVERstoreor use gasohneor othercom - If panis smallerthanelement , a portionof : , ant ! . ; tipdevice . bushbleor flammablematerialsinthe oven , theelementwillbeexposedtodirectcontact near surfaceunits or nnthe vtctmtyof th _ s andcould _ gntteclothingor potholder apphanceasfumescouldcreatea firehazard To check if device = sproperly installedl , ook Only certaintypesof glass , glass - ceramnc , or anexplosion underneatrhangewithaflashlighttomakesure ceramic , earthenwareo , rotherglazeduten - oneof therearlevehnglegsisproperlyengaged To preventgreasefires , do not let cooking sgsaresuitablefor cooktopor ovenservice tnthe bracketslot Theantt - tnpdevicesecures greaseorotherflammablematerialsaccumu - w _ thoubt reakingdueto the suddenchange the rearlevelinglegto thefloor whenpropedy lateinornearthe appliance nntemperatureFollowutensdmanufacturer's engaged Youshouldcheck this anytimethe Use only dry potholders Mo _ stor damp instructionwshenusingglass rangehasbeenmoved potholderson hot surfacesmayresult in a Turnpanhandletowardcenterof cooktop , steamburn Do not let potholderstouchhot notout _ ntotheroomoroveranothersurface INCASOEfFIRE heatingelementsDonotuseatowelorother elementThisreducesthenskof burns , ngm - bulkyclothwhichcouldeasilytouchhotheat - ttonofflammablematerialso , rspillageifpan Turnoff applianceandventilatinhgoodto avoid mgelementsand _ gmte _ sacc _ dentlybumpedor reachedby small spreadtngtheflame Extinguishflamethenturn children onhoodto removesmokeandodor Alwaysturn off all controlswhen cookingis completed > . Cooktop : Smotherfireorflameina panwith NEVERheatunopenedcontainersonthesur - a lidor cookiesheet COIFLLEME ( HSTESLkEOCDTELS ) faceundor nnthe ovenPressurebuild - up _ n NEVERpickupor movea flamingpan Toprevent damage to removable heahngel - thecontaanemr aycausecontannetro burstre - > - Oven : Smotherfire or flameby closEngthe sulhnginburns , injuryor damagetotheapph - ements , do not immerse , soakor dean In a ovendoor ante d = shwasheror self - clean oven A damaged Do not usewateron greasefires Usebaking elementcould shortresultingma fireorshock NEVERusealuminumfoiltohnedripbowlsor hazard soda , a dry chemncaolr foam - typeextinguisher coverovenracksorovenbottom Th _ scould to smotherfireor flame Makesure dnpbowls are tnplaceas absence resulttnnskofelectricshock , fire , or damage to the appliance Use { oll onlyas d _ rectedtn of thesebowls dunng cooking coulddamage this gutde wiring
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ProtectivLeiners : Do notusealuminumfoilto DonotuseovencleanersN . ocommerciaolven Childrenmustbetaughtthattheappliancaend utensilsinor on itcanbe hot . Lethot utensils linesurfaceunitdrip bowlsor ovenbottoms , cleanerorovenlinerprotectivecoatingof any coolina safeplace , out of reachof smallchil - exceptas suggestedin themanual . Improper kindshouldbe usedin or aroundany partof theoven . dren . Childrenshouldbe taughtthatan appli - installationof theselinersmayresultinariskof electricshockorfire . anceisnotatoy . Childrenshouldnotbeallowed Beforeself - cleaningthe oven , removebroiler toplaywithcontrolsorotherpartsof theunit . pan , ovenracksandotherutensilsto prevent excessivesmoking , discolorationof the oven GLASS - CECROAMOKICTOP VENTILAHTOINOGDS racksor possibledamageto utensils . ( SELMEOCDTELS ) VWpeupexcessivespilloverse , speciallygreasy Cleanrangehoodandfiltersfrequentlyto pre - spills , beforethecleancycleto preventsmok - ventgreaseorotherflammablme aterialsfrom NEVERcookon brokenceoktop . If cooktop ing , flare - uposrflaming . accumulatingon hoodor filter andto avoid shouldbreak , cleaningsolutionsandspillovers greasefires . It isnormalforthecooktopto becomehotdur - maypenetratethe brokencooktopandcreate ingacleancycle . Thereforea , voidtouchingthe adskofelectricshook . Contacat qualifiedtech - Turnthefan on whenflamb _ ingfoods ( such ceoktop , door , windowor ovenventdudnga nicianimmediately . asCherriesJubileeu ) nderthehood . deancycle . CleancooktopwithcautionS . omecleanerscan producenoxiousfumesif appliedto a hotsur - IMPORTSAANFTEHTYOTICE HEATIENLGEMENTS face . if a wetsponge , cloth , or papertowelis usedonahotcookingarea , becarefutlo avoid NEVERtouchsurfaceor ovenheatingele - ANDWARNING steambum . ments , areasnearelementso , r interiorsur - facesof oven . The CaliforniaSafeDdnkingWaterandToxic DEEFPAFTRYERS EnforcemenAtct of 1986 ( Proposition65 ) re - Heatingelementms aybehoteventhoughthey quiresthe Govemorof Californiato publisha aredarkincolorA . reasnearsurfaceelements Useextremecautionwhenmovingthegrease listof substanceksnownto theStateof Califor - andinteriosrurfaceosfanovenmaybecome panor disposingof hot grease . Allowgrease niato causecanceror reproductiveharm , and hotenoughto causebums . Duringandafter to coolbeforeattemptingto movepan . requiresbusinessesto warncustomersof po - use , donottouchorfatclothinogrotherflam - tentialexposuretso suchsubstances . mablematedalscontactheatingelementsa , r - 0VEN ( S ) easnearelementso , rintedorsurfacesofoven Usersof thisapplianceareherebywamedthat Usecarewhenopeningdoor ( s ) . Lethotairor untiltheyhavehadsufficienttimeto cool . whentheovenisengageidntheself - cleancycle , steamescapebeforeremovingor replacing theremaybesomelowlevelexposureto some OtherpotentiallhyotsurfacesincludeC : ooktop , food . ofthe listedsubstancesin , cludingcarbonmon - areasfacingthecooktop , ovenvent , andsur - oxide . Exposureto thesesubstancescan be For properovenoperationand performance , facesneartheventopening , ovendoor ( s ) , ar - minimizedby properlyvenfingthe ovento the donotblockorobstructovenventduct . When easaroundthedoor ( s ) andovenwindow ( s ) . outdoorsduringtheself - cleancyclebyopening ovenis inuse , theventandsurroundingarea awindowand / ordoorintheroomwheretheap - neartheventmaybecomehotenoughtocause CHILSDAFETY plianceis located . bums . NEVERleavechildrenaloneorunsupen / isedIMPORTANTNOTICE REGARDINGPET Alwaysplaceovenracksin desiredlocations inareawhereapplianceisinuseoris stillhot . BIRDS : Neverkeeppetbirdsinthekitchenorin whileoveniscool . Ifrackmustbemovedwhile roomswherethefumesfromthe kitchecnould NEVERallowchildrento sit or standon any oven is hot , do not let potholdercontacthot reach . Birdshavea verysensitiverespiratory elementinoven . partoftheapplianceastheycouldbeinjuredor burned . systemF . umesreleasedduringan ovenself - cleanincgyclemaybeharmfuolrfataltobirds . CAUTION : NEVERstoreitemsof interestto SELF - CLEOANVEINNG Fumesreleasedduetooverheatecdookinogil , childrenincabinetsaboveanapplianceoron CleanonlypartslistedinthisguideD . onotclean fat , margarinaendoverheatendon - slicckook - backguardofa range . Childrenclimbingonap - doorgasket . Thegasketis essentiafloragood waremaybeequallhyarmful . pliance , dooror drawerto reachitemscould seal . Donotrub , damageo , rmovethegasket . damagetheapplianceorbeburnedorseriously injured . SAVTEHESINESTRUCTFIOOFRNUSTURREEFERENCE
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SURFACCOEOKIHG SURFACCOENTROLS Use toturnonthe surfacaelements An infinite choLceof heat settings tsavadable from LOW to HIGH The knobs can be set on or between BeforeCooking AfterCooking any of the settings > . - Makesuresurfaceunitis turnedoff . Alwaysplaceapanonthesurfaceunit beforeyouturnit on Toprevendt am - SETTINGTHE CONTROLS Clean up messyspills as soon as age to range , neveroperatesurface possible 1 . Placepanonsurfaceelement undwdhou ! apaninplace . , OtherTips 2 . Push tnand turn the knobine [ therd _ rectton NEVERusetheoooktopas astorage to thedesired heal settmg areafor foodo _ i cookware , ' If cabinetstorageis provideddirectly abovecookingsurface , hmtitttoitems > The backguard _ smarked to _ dentffy DuringCooking which element the knob controls For thatareinfrequentlyusedandcanbe Besureyouknowwhichkoobcenf _ ' ols safelystoredin an areasubjectedto example , mdtcates nght front heat element which surface umt . Make sure you fumedonthe correctsu " rfacueniL 3 . There Is an indicator hght by each pair of Tem _ raturasmaybeufisafeforitems • r . t , control knobs When one or both of the Beginceokingona higherheatsetting such as volatileliquids , cleanersor surface control knobs are turned on the thenreducetoe / ow'er _ e _ ngto com - aerosolsprays . . _ . hghtw _ llturn on The hghtwill turn offwhen plete the operation , Never'usea high NEVERleave'any items , esl _ ecially the surface elements are turned off heat settingforexten _ l c £ 9 _ , ng . _ . . _ , _ ' _ . b _ . _ plastictfemso , ntheoooktop ] . ' he hot 4 Aftercooking , turnknobto OFF Remove > - NEVERallow a ° pan't ? , boldlry . ffhis airfrorntheventmay _ gniteflammable pan items , reel ( or softenplas _ cs , or = n - ceutddamagethe _ n and'theapph - creasepressuretnclosed ' _ ntainers ano8 " " _ ' r " _ " - _ . " " ' " DUAL ELEMENT ( selectmodels ) ceuslrv : tjheretobu _ L > : L _ " : > - NEVER touch _ . untilit has > - . NEVER allow _ alamin _ m'foil , meat cooled the areequqppewd _ tha dualele - Selectglass - ceramslcurfaces i _ other mentlocatedintherightfront postbonTo operate pressthe rockersw _ tch units onthecontrolpaneltoward ( _ ) tocontrolthe , largeelementortoward • tocontrolthesmall 5 ; - . element - _ " OFF MED . HIGH ( 8 - 9 ) : Useto brownmeat , heato = f1ordeepfatfrying SUGGEHSETEASDTETTIHGS OW . - - _ HIGH orsautemgMaintaifnastbollforlargeamounts of Itqu _ ds Thes = zet , ypeof cookwareandcookmgopera MEDIUM : t _ onw _ lal ffecttheheatsetting Formformat _ on UsetomamtatnslowbodforLargeamountsof oncookwareandotherfactorsaffectmgheat Itqu _ dasndfor mostfryingoperations 4 i ' settings , refer to " Cooking Made Stmple " booklet MEDIUM MED LOW ( 3 - 4 ) : HIGH : Use to oontmuecookmgcoveredfoodsor Useto bnnghqutdto a bml Alwaysreduce steamfoods settingto a lower heatwhenhquldsbeg _ nto LOW . bodor foodsbeginto cook Useto keepfoodswarmandmeltchocolate andbutter 3
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GLASS - CERSAUMRIFCA ( $ CEELM [ COTD £ LS ) TIPS TO PROTECTTHE ; LASS - CERAMIC SURFACE GLASS - CERAMIC SURFACE On Canadian models , the surface will not operate during a self - clean cycle : , - . - Before first use , clean the cooktop ( See Cooktop may emit light smoke and odor thefirst few fimes the cooktop ts used This Cleaning page 13 ) is normal > - Donotuseglasspans Theymayscratch Whena control _ sturned on , a redglow can beseenthrough theglass - ceramic surface the surface The element will cycle on and off to maintain the preset heat setting : , . * Do not allow plastTc , sugar or foods w _ th Glass - ceram [ c cooktopsretain heat fora penodoft _ meaftertheundlsturned off When h _ ghsugar content to melt onto the hot the HOT SURFACE hghtturns off ( see below ) , thecooking area will becool enough to cooktop Should this happen , clean im - touch mediately ( SeeCleaning , page 13 ) Becauseof the heat retention characteristics , theelementswill not respondto changes rl , ever let apan boildryas th ; swdldamage insettings as quickly as coil elements the surface and pan Never use cooktop as a work surface or ! NOTE . Do not attempt to lift the cooktop cutting board Never ceokfood directlyon the surface > - Neverusefoil - typedisposablecentamers WARMING CENTER orplacea trivetorwoknngbetweenthe ( select models ) : Do'not use the cooktopEthe glass is surfaceandpan These = temcsan mark Usethe WarmingCenterto keep cooked • brokenor if metalmeltsonto it Call an oretchthe top foodswarm , suchas vegetabtes , gravies _ ' a _ thorizedservicer . Do not'attempt to > Donotslidealuminumpansacrossahot andoven - safedinnerplates repar Ityourself . surfaceThepansmayleavemarkswhich Pushthe switchonthecontrolpaneltoturn needtoberemovedpromptly ( SeeClean - theWarmingCenteron andoff _ ng , page13 ) COOKINGAREAS Makesurethesurfaceandthepanbot - Thecookingareason yourrangeareidenh - tomarecleanbeforeturningontoprevent fled by permanentpatternson the glass - WARMINGCENTER scratches ceramicsurface Formostefficientcooking , > Allfoodsshouldbecoveredw _ thahd To preventscratchingordamagetothe 5tthepansee to the elementsize oraluminumfolltomaintainfoodqual - glass - ceramictop , do not leavesugar , Pansshouldnotextendmore thanf / 2to f - ity saltorfatsonthecookingareaWipethe inchbeyondthecookingarea . cooktopsurfacewith a clean cloth or > Whenwarmingpaetnesand breads For moremformahoonn cookware , referto papertowelbeforeusing thecovershouldhaveanopeningto " Cooking MadeSimple " booklet allowmoistureto escape > - Neveruseasodedd _ shclothorspongeto Jd , ' . 4RMING CENTER cleantheceoktopsurfaceA filmwdlre - ( SEL EC T MODZ - L S , I > - Donotuseplashcwraptocoverfoods marewhichmaycausestaresonthecook - Plashcmaymeltontothesurfaceand ingsurfaceaftertheareatsheated beverydifficultto clean To retaintheappearanceof the glass - > Useonly cookwareand dishesrec - ceramiccooktop , cleanaftereachuse ommendedas safe for oven and LIG _ ' TOI _ COOKT " OP cooktopuse HOT SURFACELIGHT > Alwaysuse ovenm _ ttswhenremov - ingfoodfromtheWarmingCenteras Thehot surfacemd = catoIr [ ghtis located at the cookwareandplateswdlbehot front center of the cooktop The light wdlbe > It isnotrecommendedto warmfood dluminatedwhen any cooking area ts hot It for longerthan one hour , as food will remain on , even afterthe control = sturned quahtymaydetenorate off , unbl the area has cooled > - It Lsnot recommendedto heat cold foodontheWarmingCenter
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SURFACCOEOKICHO5 , HT . COEILLEMESHUTRF ( ASCEELMEO ( TDELS ) To replace : Insertelementterminalsinto receptacle . Guidethe elementinto place . COIL ELEMENT SURFACE Pressdown on the outer edgeof element usinghighheatfor longperiods . On Canadianmodels , thetwofrontele - untilitsits levelondripbowl . I Do not use oversizedcookware . Pans mentswillnotoperateduringself - clean . shouldnotextendmorethan1 - 2inches Cleancooktopaftereachuse . beyondtheelement . I Wipeacidorsugarspillsassoonasthe I When homecanningor cookingwithbig cooktophascooledasthesespillsmay TERMINALS pots , usetheCanningElemen ( tModeCl E1 ) . discoloorretchthe porcelain . Contactyour Maytagdealerfor detailsor DRIP BOWLS call1 - 800 - 688 - 840t8o order . Toprotectdripbowlfinish : I Tolessendisceloratioanndcrazinga , void I Cleanfrequently . ( Seepage13 . ) Thedripbowlsundereachsurfaceelement catchboiloversandmustalwaysbe used . Absenceof dripbowlsduringcookingmay COIL ELEMENTS LIFT - UPPORCELAINCOOKTOP damagewiring . _ - Whenanelemenits on , it willcycleon Tolift : Whencool , graspthe cooktopfront To preventthe riskof electricshockor fire , andoffto maintaintheheatsetting . edge . Gentlyliftupuntitlhetwosupportrods neverlinedripbowlswithaluminumfoil . snapinto place . Coilelementsareself - cleaningD . onot Dripbowlswilldiscolo ( rblue / goldstains ) or immersein water . To lower : Holdthecooktopfrontedgeand crazeovertimeifoverheatedT . hisdiscolora - carefullypush backon eachsupportrod to Toremove : Whencoolr , aiseelement . Care - tion or crazingis permanent . Thiswill not release , Thenlowerthetopintoplace . fullypulloutandawayfromreceptacle . affectcookingperformance . S
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OVECNOOKIHG The electronic control ISdesigned for ease Lnprogramming The display window on the control shows time ot day , timer and oven functions Messages wdlscroll to promptyour programmingsteps The d _ splayshows the loweroven set at 375 ° Fand TIMER 1set for 45m _ nutes Bracket hne ( upper left s _ de ) coincides w _ thmessage _ nd _ splay Control panel shown includes Convect Bake feature L 1 2 3 C _ , NCEL Bake Broil Clean foashn _ keep Ug _ lr 12Ho _ rOff T , m6 r8 _ eps GD ¢ _ r _ eB _ - \ _ , ' a [ m 4 5 6 One 7 8 9 Two T _ rr _ CIF _ fa _ C , ' _ CEL Bake Brod Clean Convec [ Ugth , t Bake L L % t To recall the time of day when another functton Further instructionswill scroll _ ndisplay after function pads are pressed ts showing , press CLOCK pad Clock t _ mecan - > Be sure all packingmaterialis not be changed when the oven has been pro - . removed fromoven beforeturning NOTE The temperatureor time wdl be grammed forclock controlledcooktng , self - clean on . _ . or delayed self - clean automaticallyenteredfoursecondsafterse - _ Prepared _ oodWamthg : Follow lection foec1manufacturer ' _ msku _ ons If more than 30 secondselapse between If a p ! asbc ' [ rozen food container pressinga functionpadandtheAUTOSET SETTUIHPGPEARNDLOWER and / orttscoverdistortsw , arps , or pad or number pads , the functionwtll be _ eothe _ damon during _ k - OYEFHUNCTIONS canceledand the d _ splaywdlreturnto the ing , immediatelydis _ rd thefood prewousd _ splay andits _ ntalner . _ ' Tl'iefoodcould CANCEL PAD CONTROOPLTIONS UsetocancelallprogrammingexcepttheClock andTimerfunctions Severalcontroloptionsare indicatedunder the numberpadsonthe controlFactory - set • . . : = = D - - onot use oven _ r _ a _ ng f _ xl or AUTO SET PAD optionscanbechangedtoyourpreferences Seepage10for maremformabon Usewithfunctionpadsto automaticallyset OVECHONTRPOALDS _ . - 350 ° F baketemperature SETTITNHGECLOCK HIor LObred Pressthedesiredfunctionpadforthe I PressOLOOKpadIndtcatorwordTlME upperor loweroven ' _ - threehoursof cleaningt _ me w _ lfllashinthedisplay _ . - PresstheAUTOSETpadorthe ap - four minutesof toastingt _ me 2 . Pressthe appropnatenumberpadsfor propnatenumberpad ( s ) to enterhme the currentbme ( Trinets in a 12 - hour 170 ° Fkeepwarmtemperature or temperature format ) tochangecontrool pbons : = , = A ' - beepwill soundwhenany pad ts Afterapowermterrupt _ onth , elastclockttme pressed beforethe interruptionwd [ flash A doublebeepwdl sound ff a pro - gramm _ negrroroccurs
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OVECNOOKICNOGN , T , BAKE PAD BAKING CONVECTBAKING Usefor bakingandroasting . ( SELEMCOTOELS ) IftheTOASTINGfunctionisoperating 1 . PressBAKEpad . in the upperovenwhen loweroven I As a generalrule , whenconvection 2 . Pressagainfor350 ° ForpresstheAUTO BAKE padand temperatureare en - baking , set the oven temperature 25 ° F lower than the conventional SETpad . EachadditionaplressofAUTO tered , the controlwill displayHEAT - SETwillraisethetemperatur2e5 ° F . Or , INGDELAYEDXMINfoUowedbyWAIT . recipe or preparedmix directions . presstheappropriatneumberpadsforthe Attheendofthedelaytheloweroven Bakingtimewillbethesameto afew minuteslessthandirections , desiredtemperaturbeetween100 ° Fand willstartautomatically . 550 ° F . I Torecallthesettemperatureduringpre - I When roastingmeatusingthe con - 3 . Whenthe oventurnson , a redpreheat heatpressthe BAKEpad . vectionsetting , roastingtimesmay indicatowr illlight . be up to 30 % less . ( Maintainconven - I Tochangoeventemperatureduringcook - tionalroastingtemperatures . ) L OWER PREHEAT BAKE ing , presstheBAKEpadandtheappro - 0 VEN / ND / GA T _ / CON priatenumberpads . BRACKET I Seeroastingchartin " Cooking Made Simple " beokleftorrecommendreodast - I Allow4 - 8minutesfortheupperovento ingtemperatureandtimes , andaddi - preheatA . llow10 - 16minutesforthelower tionalbakingandconvectioncooking ovento preheat . tips . Allowatleast1h - inchbetweenthebak - ing panor casseroleandthetopele - BROILING ment in the upperoven . Loaf , angel 4 . A singlebeep willindicatethe ovenis I IftheTOASTINGfunction isoperating foodorbundpt ansarenotrecommended preheatedto the set temperatureT . he in the upperovenwhenloweroven intheupperoven . preheatindicatorwill tumoff . BROILpadispressed , adoublebeep Do not usetemperaturebselow140 ° F will sound and display will read 5 . Whencookingis completep , ressCAN - to keepfood warmorbelow200 ° F for TOASTINGWAITX MIN , CELpad . Removefoodfromoven . cooking . Forfood safetyreasons , lower I HIbroilis usedfor mostbroilingU . seLO temperaturesarenotrecommended . broiwl henbroilinglongercookinfgoods CONVECT BAKE PAD I Thebackpart of the lowerovenbake toallowthemto cookto welldonestage elemenwt illNOTglowredduringbaking . ( LOWEORVEN ONLY " SELECTMODELS ) withouetxcessivebrowning . Thisisnormal . I Nevercoverbroilerpaninserwt ithalumi - 1 . PressCONVECTBAKEpad . I Whenbakingfrozen , self - risepizzasin numfoil . Thispreventsfatfromdraining the upperoven , place the pizzaon a 2 . Pressagainfor325 ° ForpresstheAUTO to thepanbelow . cookiesheetto avoidoverbrowning . SETpad . Eachadditionapl ressofAUTO I Expecbt roiltimestobelongearndbrown - SETwillraisethetemperatur2e5 ° F . Or , I Foradditionablakingandroastingtips , ingto be slightlylighterif applianceis presstheappropriatneumbepradsforthe referto the " Cooking MadeSimple " installedona 208voltcircuit . desiredtemperaturbeetween100 ° F and booklet . 550 ° F . 3 . Whenthe oventurnsona redpreheat BROILPAD 3 . Foroptimabl roilingp , reheatthreetofour indicator will light and the minutesoruntilthebroilelemenitsred . convecticonwillbedisplayed . Usefor topbrowningor broiling . For best 4 . Placefoodinovenleavingtheovendoor resultsu , sethebroilepr anprovidedwithyour 4 . A single beepwill indicatethe ovenis opento thefirststoppositio ( naboutfour range . preheatedto the set temperature . The inches ) . preheatindicatowrillturnoff . 1 . PresstheBROILpad . 5 . Followbroiling recommendationsin 5 . Whencookingis complete , pressCAN - 2 . Pressthe AUTO SET pad for HI broil , " Cooking MadeSimple " booklet . CELpad . Removefoodfromoven . press againfor LO broil , or pressthe 6 , Whenbroilingiscomplete , pressCAN - appropdatneumberpadstosetdesired CELpad . Removefoodandbroilerpan broil temperaturebetween300 ° and fromoven . 550 ° F . 7
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TOASTINGPAD 5 . At the endof the set toastingtime , the ( UPPER OVEN ONLY ) displaywill readTOASTINGCOMPLETE TOASTING andbeepfourtimes . Onereminderbeep For toastingbread and productsthat are willsoundevery30secondsfor 5minutes toastedina toasteror toasteroven . I Toasting is based on time not tem - oruntilCANCELpadis pressedordooris perature , opened . 1 . PresstheTOASTINGpad . | Formore evenbrowningresults , pre - NOTE : Foroptimalresultswhentoasting4 - 5 heat the oven 34 minutes . 2 . PresstheAUTOSETpadtoset4minutes piecesof breadorothersimilaritems , follow oftoastingtime , Eachadditionapl resswil ! I Toasting timeswill be shofler when diagrambelowforfoodplacement , increasethetoastingtimeby 10seconds . the oven is hot or when repeated TOASTINGwillbe displayed . toasting functions are done , Or , press theappropriate number pads KEEP WARM to set the toasting time in minutes and seconds between 10 seconds and 10 Foroptimafloodqualityandnutrition , minutes . ovencookedfoodsshouldbekept warmfornolongerthan1to 2hours . Browningtime mayvary , watchtoast - lng carefullyto avoidover - browning . I For optimalfoodqualityandcolor , KEEP WARM PAD 3 . TheAUTOSETtoastingtime ( 4minutes ) foodscookedontherangetopshould ( UPPER OVEN ONLY ) bekeptwarmfor anhourorless . canbechangedforyourconvenienceT . o changetheAUTOSETtoastingtimep , ress Forsafelykeepingfoodswarmorforwarming I To keep foods from drying , cover TOASTINGpad , enterthe desiredtime , breadsandplates . looselywithfoilora lid . then pressand holdAUTOSETpadfor 1 . PressKEEPWARMpad . I Towarmdinnerrolls : severalseconds . The controlwill beep andNEWAUTOSETENTEREDwill be - coverrollslooselywithfoiland 2 . PressAUTOSETpadfor 170 ° F orpress placeinupperoven . displayed . theappropriatenumberpadsfortempera - - pressKEEPWARMand turesbetween145 ° and190 ° F , NOTE : TheAUTOSETtimefor TOAST - AUTOSETpads . INGcanbesetfrom3to 10minutesoron 3 . KEEPWARMand the temperaturese - - warmfor 12 - 15minutes . select modelsfrom 10 secondsto 10 lectedwillbedisplayedwhenthefunction minutes . I Towarmplates : is active . - place2stacksof upto fourplates 4 . If the lower ovenis operatingwhenthe 4 . Whenwarmingis complete , pressCAN - eachintheupperoven . TOASTINGpadis pressed , TOASTING CELpad . Removefoodfromtheoven . - pressKEEPWARMandAUTO NOT AVAILABLE - LOWEROVEN IN SET pads . USEwillbedisplayed . - warmforfiveminutes , turnoffthe ovenandleaveplatesintheoven for15minutesmore . - useonlyoven - safeplates , check withthemanufacturer . - donotsetwarmdishesona cold surfaceas rapidtemperature changescouldcausecrazing . SlicedWhiteBread3V2 - 4 _ hmin . Tortillas ( flour ) 21 / 2 - 3 min . Waffles ( frozen ) 4 - 4 ¢ hrain . ToasterBreaks * * , HotPockets * * 4 - 5rain . ToasterPastry ( unfrozen ) 3Vz - 4 min . Bagels 4 _ h - 5rain , ToasterPastry EnglishMuffins 3 _ / 2 - 4min . ( frozen ) 4V2 - 43 / 4min CheeseSandwich 3 _ h - 4 _ hmin * Toasting times are aplxoximate and should be used as a guide only , " Brand names are registered trademarks of the respective manufacturers .
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OVECHOOKICHOGN , T . TIMER PADS COOK TIME / STOPTIME PADS To Delaythe Startof CookingandTurn OffAutomatically : CLOCK CONTROLLEDOVEN COOKING Thetimer ( sm ) aybesetfor anytimeperiod upto 99hoursand59minutes ( 99 : 59 ) . Useto programtheovensto startandstop f . PressCOOKTIMEpad . COOKTIMEwill automaticallCy . ooktimemaybesetforupto flash . Presstheappropriatneumberpads Thetimer ( so ) perateindependentolyfany 11hoursand59minutes ( 11 : 59 ) . Theclock otherfunctionandcanbesetwhileanother to entercookingtimeinhoursandminutes . mustbefunctioningandcorrectlysetforthis oven functionis operating . THETIMER Pressthe upperor lowerovenBAKEor featureto work , 2 . DOESNOTCONTROLTHEOVEN . CONVECTBAKE ( selecmt odelsp ) adand selectthebaketemperatureC . OOKTIME Both ovensmay be set for clock con - f . PresstheTIMER1or2pad . TIMER1or willbedisplayeadlongwiththetempera - trolledcookingT . osetbothovens : 2 willflashrespectively0 . HR : OOwillap - ture . pearinthedisplay . 1 . SetCOOKTIMEandbaketemperaturas 3 . Press STOPTIME pad . Displayshows Pressthe appropriatenumberpadsto forbothovens . whentheovenwillstopbasedonanimme - 2 . enterdesiredtime . diatestart , 2 . SetSTOPTIMEfor bothovens . TIMER1orTIMER2willbedisplayedIf . > - ThewordsSTOPTIMEmustbeflash - 4 . PressSTOPTIMEpadagainS . TOPTIME 3 . bothtimersareactiveTIMER1 + 2willbe inginthe displayto setSTOPTIME . mustbe flashingto setthe delaystart displayed , time . To Start Immediatelyand TurnOffAuto - EXAMPLET : osetatimerfor5 minutes , 5 , Presstheappropriatneumberpadstoen - matically : presstheTIMER1 padandthenumber terthetimeyouwanttheoventostop . pad5 . Thecontrowl illbegincountdown 1 . PressCOOKTIMEpadC . OOKTIMEwill 6 , DELAYandBAKEwillbedisplayed . afterafourseconddelay . flash . Presstheappropdatenumberpads 7 . Attheendofthedelayperiod , COOKTIME 4 . Thelastminuteofthecountdownwillbe to enter cookingtime in hoursandmin - willbedisplayeadlongwiththetempera - displayeidnseconds . utes . ture . 5 . Atthe endofthesettime , " END " willbe 2 . Presstheupperor lowerovenBAKEor 8 . Followsteps3 - 5inprecedingsection . displayedandonefoursecondbeepwill CONVECTBAKE ( selectmodels ) pad soundfollowedby two beepsevery30 andselectthebaketemperatureC . OOK seoondsforuptofiveminutesP . resstbe TIME will be displayedalongwiththe correspondingTIMERpadto cancel temperature . thebeeps . I Highlypedshablfeoodssuchasdairy 3 . Oneminutebefore the endof the pro - productsp , ork , poultryorseafooadre NOTE : TheTimerreminderbeepsatthe grammedcooktime , thelightwillturnon , notrecommendedfor delayedcook . endofa settimemaybechangedS . ee abeepwillsoundandCHECKFOODwill ing . ControOl ptions ( TimeBr eeps ) p , age10 . bedisplayedL . ightwillturn offautomati - callywhenCANCELpad is pressedor I Clockcontrollebdakingisnotrecom - ToCancelaSetTime : afterovendooris openedanddosed . mendedforbakeditemsthatrequire a preheatedoven , suchas cakes , Pressandholdthe correspondingTIMER 4 . Attheendofcooktime , theovenwillshut cookiesandbreads . padfor severaslecondsA . fteraslighdt elay offautomatical " lyE , nd " andCOOKTIME thetimeof daywillappear . wilbl edisplayedandfourbeepswillsound . OR 5 , PressCANCELpad . Removefoodfrom oven . If the programis not canceled , Pressthe TIMERpadandthe " O " number therewilbl e1remindebreepeveryminute pad . Aftera slightdelaythe timerwillbe for upto30minutes . canceled . NOTE : The CookTime / StopTimere - minderbeepsmaybechangedS . eeCon - trolOptions ( CookTimeBeeps ) , page10 . 9
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CONTR0OPTLIONS OVENTEMPERATURAEDJUSTMENT ToChangeFactorySetDefaultOptions : CONTROLLOCK ( 4 ) 1 , Controol ptionsmay be changedby se - Thefunction padson the controlcan be Ifyouthinktheovenisoperatingtoocoldor LectintgheSetupOptions ( 0 ) padandthe lockedto preventunwanteduseforsafety hot , you canadjustit . Sakeseveraltest desiredoptionpad . ( SeeOptionsbelow . ) andcleaningbenefits . Thecurrenttimeof itemsandthenadjustthetemperatureset - day willremaininthedisplay . ting notmorethan100F at atime . 2 . Currentoptionwillappearin thedisplay . 3 . PresstheAUTOSETpadtochangethe SCROLL SPEED ( 5 ) ToAdjust : option . The scroll speed of the messages in the 1 . PresstheBAKEpad ( upperor lower 4 . PressCANCELpadtosetthe displayed display may be changed from FAST to oven ) andenter550 ° F . optionandexittheprogram . MEDIUMto SLOW . The default is set for the 2 . PressandholdtheBAKEpad ( upperor medium speed . loweroven ) for severalsecondsuntil TEMPADJis displayed . OPTIONSAVAILABLE : DISPLADYIM ( 6 ) 3 . PresstheAUTOSETpad - eachpress Thecontrolintensitymaybe changedfor 12 HOUROFF ( 1 ) changetshetemperatureby 5 ° F . The easierreading . The defaultis setfor the controwl ilal ccepct hangesfrom - 35 ° to The ovenmay be setto turn off after 12 highesitntensit . y . . . . . . . . Thefewer . . . . . the + 35 ° F . hoursorstayonindefinitelyT . hedefaulits lesstheintensity . setto tumoffafter12hours . 4 , Iftheovenwaspreviouslyadjustedt , he TEMPC / F ( 7 ) changewillbedisplayedF . orexample , T = MEBREEP ( S2 ) iftheoventemperaturewasreducedby Thetemper = urescalemaybechangedto 15 ° F , the displaywillshow - 15 ° F . There are three choicesfor the end of CentigradeorFahrenheitT . hedefaulitsset " timer " remindersignals . forFahmnheit . 5 , Whenyouhavemadetheadjustment , presstheCANCELpadandthetimeof > , - Onebeepfollowedbytwobeepsevery30 daywillreappeairnthedisplay . The LANGUAGE ( 8 ) ( selectmodels ) secondsfor upto five minutes ( default ovenwill nowbakeat the adjusted setting ) . Thewordswhichscrollinthe displaymay temperature . bechangedfromEnglishtoFrenchorSpan - Onebeepfollowedby two beepsevery ish . minuteforupto 30minutes . OVELHIGHTS Onebeepfollowedby nootherbeeps . DEFAULT ( 9 ) The controlcan be reset to restorethe Theovenlightsautomaticaclloymeonwhen COOKTIMEBEEPS ( 3 ) factorysettingforeachoption . thedoorsareopenedW . henthedoorsare There are three choicesfor the end of closed , pressthe LIGHT pad ( upperor " clockcontrolledcooking " remindersig - DISPLAOYN / OFF ( CLocK ) loweor ven ) onthecontroplanetloturnthe nals . lightsonoroff . The time . of - daydisplaymay be shut off > ' - Fourshortbeepsfollowedby onebeep whentheovenisnotinacookingorclean - Theovenlightswillnotoperatedudnga everyminuteforupto30minute ( sdefault ingfunction , cleancycleT . heovenlightswillcomeon setting ) . automaticalloyneminutebeforetheendof a clockcontrolledcookingoperation . Four shortbeepsfollowedby noother beeps . Four shortbeepsfollowedby onebeep every30secondsfor uptofiveminutes .
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OVECHOOKICHOGN , T . OVEVHENT RACK3 : > - Convection ( selectmodels ) I : s equipped withoneRollerGlidTeM rackandtworegular Usefor mostbakedgoodsonacookie Whentheovenisinuse , theareanearthe fiatracks . sheetorjelly rollpan , layercakes , vent maybecomehotenoughto cause fruitpies , orfrozenconveniencefoods , bums . NEVERblocktheventopening . ToREMOVEOVEN RACKS : andfor broiling . OVEN VENT LOCATION > - Pullrackstraighot utuntilitstopsatthelock - RACK2 : stoppositionl ; iftuponthefrontof the rack Useformastingsmallcursomr eat , casse - andpullout . roles , bakingloavesofbread , bundct akes > - ForRollerGlidTMerack ( selectmodels ) , pull orcustardpies , andtwo - rackbaking . both the rackglideandrackbaseoutto - RACK1 : gether . Usefor roastinglargecutsof meatand > - On a coil element poultry , frozenpies , dessertsoufflesor surface , be surethe angelfoodcake , andtwo - rackbaking . dripbowlinthevent locationhas a hole OVENVENT MultipleRackCooking : inthecenter . Donot OPENING coverthe drip bowl with aluminum Tworack : Userackpositions2and4 , foil . or t and4 . Whenhighmoisturefoodsarecookedin Threerack : ( convectionbakingonly , the upper oven , steammay be visible ToREPLACEOVEN RACKS ; selectmodels ) Userackpositions1 , 3 comingfromtheovenvent , Thisis nor - and5 . ( Seeillustration . ) > - Placerackontheracksupporint theoven ; mal . tiltthefrontendupslighUys ; liderackback untilit clearsthe lock - stopposition ; lower HALF RACKACCESSORY frontandslidebackintothe oven . ( LowER OVENONLY ) OVERNACKS RACK POSITIONS A halfrack , to increaseovencapacity , is Allracksaredesignewd ithalock - stopedge . availableasanaccessoryIt . fits inthe left , upperportionoftheovenandprovidesspace UPPEROVEN for avegetabledishwhena largemasteris on the lower rack . Contactyour Maytag > - Isequippewdithonerackandrackposi - dealerforthe " HALFRACKA " ccessoryKitor tion . call 1 - 800 - 688 - 840t8o order . 2 Whenpullingtheup - I _ \ ' _ , perovenrackoutto remove or check H - _ - . , - - - Three - rack Convection Baking ( Racks 1 , 3 and 5 ) food , grasp the top edgeof therack . RACK5 : ( highestposition ) LOWEROVEN Usefortoastingbreador broilintghin , non - fattyfoods . > - Conventional : Is equippedwithone RollerGlidTeM rackandoneregulafriat RACK4 : rack ( selectmodels ) ortworegulafriat Usefor two - rackbakingandfor broiling . racks . 11
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CAR & ECLEAHIHG i > . - It is normalfor partsof the rangeto I As the oven heats and cools , you may I To prevent damage to oven door , do no [ becomehotdunnga cleancycle . hear sounds of metal parts expanding attempt to open etther oven door when and contracting Thts ts normal and w _ ll Ibe LOC _ nd = catowr ord tsd _ splayed > - To preventdamageto ovendoor , do not affect performance notattempttoopenthedoorwhenthe I Dunng the cleaning process , the kttchen LOCKindicatorwordis displayed I Wipe upsugaryandacidicsp _ lloverssuch should be well ventdated to help ehmt - nate normal odorsassoctatedw _ thclean - as sweet potatoes , tomato or mtlk - based • > - Avoidtouchincgooktopd , oor , window , sauces pnorto a self - clean cycle Porce - _ " : . - orovenventareaduringacleancycle _ ng Odors wtll lessen w _ thuse lam enamel = s acid reststant , not actd ' . > - _ Donotusecommerciaol vencleaners I It [ s normal for flare - ups , smoking or proof and may d _ scolortf spdls are not " : onthe self - cleanovenfinishoraround flammg to occur during cleaning = fthe w = pedup before a self - clean cycle anypartof the ovenastheywilldam - ovems heawly so _ led Itts betterto clean agethe flntshor parts I A whtte dEscolorat = onmay appear after the oven regulady ratherthan to wa = tunto ! cleaning _ fac _ dhcor sugary foods are not there _ sa heavy buddup of sohl w _ pedup before the clean cycle Thts I Woe up excess grease or sptllovers to d _ scolorat _ on _ snormal and wtll NOT af - prevent flare - ups Forease tncleaning , CLEAN PAD fect performance the bake element m the upper or lower Use to set a seff ° dean cycle ( Only one oven can be hffedshghfly ( 1 inch ) oven may be cleaned at a time Both ovens will lock when edher ts being cleaned , ) 7 When theoven _ scool , LOC w _ llnolonger 1 Clean oven CLEAHPIHRGOCEDURES bedtsplayedandthedoor maybeopened frame , door / 8 W _ peout the oven interior wtth a damp frame ( area " _ . _ _ . " . - / cloth If so _ lremains _ tmdtcatesthe cycle outstde of was not long enough gasket ) and _ _ . . . _ . around the openingmthedoorgasketwtthanonabra - ToCancelSelf - CleanCycle ' stve cleanersuch as Bon Ami " These 1 . PressCANCELpad areas are not exposedto cleanKngtem - 2 . IfLOCtsNOTd _ splayedo , penovendoor peratures IfLOC [ sd = splayeda , llowovento cool 2 . Removeovenracks If racksare left m dunngacleancyclet , tmay _ mpatfrunctton To Delaythe Startof a Self - CleanCycle . and theywill discolor Turn off the oven 1 . Followsteps14 above hghtandclosedoor BROILER PAN AND INSERT 2 PresstheSTOPTIMEpad STOPTIME 3 PressCLEANpad > . Placesoapyclothoverinsertandpan , wtllflash 4 . Pressthe AUTOSETpad for 3 hoursof let soakto loosenso _ l 3 . As STOP TIME flashes , press the appro - cleaningt _ mep , ressagainfor4hoursand > Washmwarmsoapywater Usescour - pnate number pads to enter the time you aga = n _ f2 hoursof cleant [ meisdesired mgpadto removestubbornsod wtsb theoven tostop 5 , CLEANINGandLOCplusthe cleanttme > - Broilerpanandinsertcanbecleanedtn 4 DELAY CLN and LOC wdl be d = splayed willappearmthe Osplayand bothovens d _ shwasher wdllock 5 When the delay penod _ scompleted and BRUSHED CHROME cleaning begins , CLEANING , LOC and 6 . When the clean cycle _ s complete , the clean ttme wtll be d = splayed ( SELECT MODELS ) CLEANEDwill be dtsplayed LOC w _ ll rematnonuntlltheovenhascooted ( approx > Whencool , washwdhsoapywatern , nse andbuffthesurface 1hour ) For heaviersoil , use a toddabrasive cleanersuch as baking soda or Bon * Brand names for cleaning products are regtstered trademarks of the respectwe manufacturers
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CAR & ECLEANcINomG , . CONTROL KNOBS pasteor BonArni * . Do not useabrasive Ami * , rubbingwiththe grain to avoid cleanerssuchassteelwoolpadsoroven streakingthe surface . Rinseandbuff . > - Removeknobsinthe OFFpositionby cleaners . Theseproductws illscratchor > - Topreventscratchingd , o notuseabra - pullingforward . permanentlydamagethesurface . sivecleaners . > - Wash , rinseanddry . Donotuseabrasive NOTE : Usedrytowelorclo # t7o _ pe upspills , > - To restorelusterand removestreaks , cleaningagentsastheymayscratchthe espeda / / yacidorsugaryspillsS . urfacemay finish . followwithStainlessSteelMagicSpray * discoloorr dullif soil is not immediate _ re , - ( Part # 20000008 ) * * . Chromewill per - > - Turn on each elementto be sure the moved . . Thisis espeda / lyimpodantfor white manentlydiscolorffsoil is allowedto knobshavebeencorrectlyreplaced . surfaces . bakeon . DRIP BOWLS - PORCELAIN GLASS - OVEN WINDOWS & DOORS STAINLESS STEEL - ( SELECT MODELS ) ( SELECT MODELS ) > - Avoid usingexcessivaemountsof water Porcelainmaydiscoloorrcrazeifoverheated . whichmayseepunderor behindglass • DO NOTUSEANY CLEANINGPROD . Thisis normal andwill not affectcocking causingstaining . UCTCONTAININCGHLORINEBLEACH . performance . > - Washwithsoapand water . Rinsewith • ALWAYSWIPEWITHTHEGRAINWHEN > - Whencool , washaftereachuse , rinse clearwateranddry . Glasscleanecranbe CLEANING . anddryto preventstainingordiscolora - usedifsprayedona clothfirst . • DailyCleaninglLighSt oil - - Wipewith tion . Maybewashedinthedishwasher . > - Do not use abrasivematerialssuchas oneofthefollowin - gsoapywater , white } > To cleanheavysoil , soakin hot sudsy sceudngpads , steelwoolor powdered vinegar / watsaor lutionF , ormul4a09Glass water , then usea mildabrasivecleaner cleanersastheywillscratchglass . and SurfaceCleaner * or a similarglass suchas SoftScrub * anda plasticscour - cleaner - using a sponge or soft cloth . ingpad . GLASS - CERAMIC COOKTOP - Rinseanddry . Topolishandhelpprevent Forburnedonsoil , removefromrange , fingerprints , follow with StainlessSteel ( SELECT MODELS ) placeonnewspaperasndcerefullyspray MagicSpray ( PartNo . 20000008 ) * * . Neveruseovencleanersc , hlorinebleach , withcommerciaol ven cleaner ( . Do not • ModeratelHeavSyoil - - Wipewithoneof ammoniaorglasscleanerswithammonia . spraysurrDondinsgurfaces . P ) laceinplas - NOTE : Call an authorizedservicerff the thefollowing - BonAmi , SmartCleanser , tic bagandallowto soakseveralhours . glass - ceramitcopshouldcrack , breakorif orSoftScrub * - usinga dampspongeor Wearingrubberglovesr , emovefrombag , metalor aluminumfoilshouldmeltonthe softcloth . Rinseanddry . Stubbornsoils wash , rinseanddry . may be removedwitha dampScetch - cooktop . Brite * pad ; rubevenlywiththegrainR . inse > - Allowthecooktotpocoobl eforecleaning . DRIP BOWLS - CHROME anddry . To restorelusterand remove General - Alwayscleancooktopafter ( SELECT MODELS ) ) " streaksf , ollowwithStainlessSteelMagic each use , orwhenneeded , witha damp > - Whencool , washaftereachuse , rinse Spray * . papertoweal ndCDoktoCpleaningCreme anddrytoprevensttainingordiscalora - • Discoloration - - Usinga dampsponge ( PartNo . 20000001 ) * * T . hen , buffwitha fion . orsoftcloth , wipewithCameoStainless dean , drycloth . > - To clean heavysoil , soakin hot sudsy Steel Cleaner * . Rinseimmediatelaynd NOTE : Permanensttainswilldevelopif water , thenusea mildabrasivecleaner dry . Toremovestreaksandrestoreluster , soilisallowedtocookonby repeatedly suchasSoftScrub * anda plasticscour - followwithStainlessSteelMagicSpray * . usingthe cooktopwhensoiled . ing pad . Do not use abrasivecleaning agents . > HeavySoilsorMetalMarks - Dampena CLOCK AND CONTROL " scratchlesosr " • neverscratchs " crubber PAD AREA spongeA . pplyCooktopCleaningCreme * ENAMEL ( PAINTED ) - SloePANELS , > To activate " ControlLock " for cleaning , ( PartNo . 20000001 ) * * andscrubto re - DOOR PANELS & HANDLES seepage10 . moveas muchsoilas possible . Applya : _ Whenceol , washwithwarmsoapywater , thinlayerofthecremeoverthesoil , cover > - Wipewithadampclothanddry . dnseanddry . Neverwipea warmorhot witha damppapertowelandletstand30 > - Glasscleanersmaybeusedif sprayed surfacewitha damp clothas thismay to45 minutes ( 2 - 3hoursfor veryheavy ona clothfirst . DONOTspraydirectly damagethesurfaceandmaycausea soil ) . Keepmoistbyocvedngthepaper oncontrolpadanddisplayarea . steamburn . towelwithplasticwrap . Scrubagaint , hen > - For stubbornsoil , use mildlyabrasive buffwitha cleandrycloth . cleaningagentssuchas bakingsoda * Brandnamesfor cleaningproductasreregisteredtrademarksofthe respectivemanufacturers . , i , _ * * To orderdirect , call 1 - 800 - 688 - 8408 .
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PLASTIC FINISHES - NOTEO : nlyusea CLEANC , AMP MAIHTt HAH ( E TRIM & END CAPS " scratchlepsasdt " haitssafefornon - stick cookwaTreh . epatteranndglasws illbeadd > Whencool , cleanwithsoapandwater , OVEN DOORiS ) damagieftdhepadisnodt ampift , hep rinseanddry . issoiledo , rifanothteyrpeofpadisuse > Usea glasscleaneranda softcloth . > Burned - oonrCrustSyoil - sScruwbith NOTE : Neveruseovencleanersa , brasive a " scratchleosrs ° n " evesrcratcshc " our - or causticliquidorpowderedcleanserson ingpadandCooktoCpleaniCngreme * • plasticfinishes . Thesecleaningagentswill NOTEH : oldarazobrladescrapearta scratchor marf / nish . 30 ° angleandscrapaenyre - NOTE : Topreventstainingordisco / oration , maininsgoilT . henc , leaans / _ / wipeupfat , greaseoracid ( tomatol , emon , describedabove . Donot s v / hegarm , ilk , fruitjuice , mannade ) immedi - usetherazorblade atelywitha drypapertowel far daily cleaning asit maywear PORCELAIN ENAMEL - the pattern BACKGUARO AREA , TRIM ON GLASS CERAMLC onthe glass . SURFACE , COOKTOP ON COIL SURFACE > - MeltedSugar or Plastic - Immediately Porcelainenamelis glassfusedon metal turnelementto LOWandscrapefromhot andmaycrackorchipwithmisuse . Itisacid surfaceto a coolarea . Thenturnelement resistantn , ot acidproof . Allspiltoverse , s - OFFand cool . Cleanresiduewith razor peciallyacidicor sugaryspillovers , should Both the upperand loweroven doorsare blade scraper and Cooktop Cleaning bewipedupimmediatelywitha drycloth , removable . Creme * , > When cool , wash with soapywater , To REMOVE : rinseanddry . OVEN INTERIORS > - Neverwipe off a warmor hot surface 1 . Whencool , opentheovendoortothebroil > Followinstructionson page12 to set a with a damp cloth • This may cause stopposition ( openedaboutfourinches ) . self - cleancycle . crackingor chipping . 2 . Graspdoorat eachside . Donotusethe > - Neveruseoven cleaners , abrasiveor doorhandleto liftdoor . OVEN RACKS causticcleaningagentson exteriorfin - 3 . Liftupevenlyuntildoorclearshingearms . > - Cteanwithsoapywater . ishof range . _ - Removestubbornsoilwithcleansingpow - derorsoap - filledscouringpad . Rinseand dry . > - Ifovertime , racksdonot slideouteasily , wipethe rackedgeandracksupportwith a smallamountofvegetableoilto restore easeof movementt , henwipeoffexcess oil . Likewisep , laceonedropof vegetable To REPLACE : oilonrackroller . 1 . Graspdoorat eachside . NOTE : Removeevenracks duringa clean cycle . / [ racksare / eflintheoven , itmayimpair 2 . Alignslotsinthedoorwiththehingearms functionandtheywi / / disco / on ontherange . 3 . Slidethedoordownontothehingearms untilthedooris completelyseatedonthe hinges . Pushdownonthetopcomersof thedoortocompletelsyeatdooor nhinges . Doorshouldnotappearcrooked . NOTE : Theovendoorona newrangemay feel " spongy " whenitisclosedT . hisisnormal andwill decreasewithuse ,
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CAR & E ( LEANINcoGm , . UPPER AND LOWER OVEN LOWER OVEN LIGHT OVEN WINDOW ( S ) LIGHTS ( SELECMTODELS ) ( SELECMTODELS ) TO PROTECTTHEOVENDOORWINDOW : 1 . DOnotuseabrasivecleaningagentssuch To assure theproper replacement bulb is assteelwoolscouringpadsor powdered used , order bulb from Maytag Customer cleanersas theymayscratchtheglass • Service . Call 1.800.688 - 8408 , ask for part number 74004458 . halogen bulb . 2 . Donothit theglasswithpots , pans , furni - ture , toys , or otherobjects • 3 , Do notclosethe ovendooruntilthe oven racksare inplace . Scratchingh , ittingj , arringorstressingtheglass mayweakenitsstructurecausinganincreased riskof breakageat a taterdate . LEVELING LEGS Besuretheanti - tipbracketsecuresoneof BULB COVER the rear levelinglegs to the floor . This TO REPLACEOVENLIGHTBULB : bracketpreventstherangefromacciden - 1 . Whenoveniscool , usefingertipstograsp tallytipping . edgeof bulbcover • Pulloutandremove . Therangeshouldbeleveledwhen 2 . Carefully removeold bulb by pulling installed . Ifthe rangeis not level , straight out of ceramicbase . turn the plastic levelinglegs , lo - RETAINER catedat each comerof the 3 . To avoiddamagingordecreasingthelife range , until range is ofthenewbulb , donottouchthebulbwith TO REPLACEOVENLIGHTBULB : level . barehandsorfingers . Ho [ dwithaclothor t . When oven is cool , hold bulb cover in paper towel . Push new bulb prongs BRACKET place , then slidewire retaineroff cover . straightintosmallholesofceramicbase . NOTE : Bulbcoverwill fall if not heldin 4 . Replacebulb cover by snappinginto placewhileremovingwireretainer • place . CONVENIENCEOUTLET 2 . Removebulbcoverandlightbulb . 5 . Reconnectpower to the range • Reset ( CANADIANMODELSONLY ) clock • 3 . Replacewitha40 - wattappliancebulb . Theconvenienceoutletislocatedonthelower 4 . Replacebulbcoverandsecurewithwire retainer . leftsideofthebackguard . 5 . Reconnectpowerto range • Resetclock . Besureappliancecordsdonotrestonornear the surfaceelement . If thesurfaceelementis turnedon , thecordandoutletwillbedamaged . Theconvenienceoutletcircuitbreakermaytrip if thesmallappliancepluggedintoit exceeds 10amps.Toresetthecircuitbreaker , pressthe switchlocatedontheloweredgeof theback - guard . < UJ 0 CIRCUIT BREAKER SWITCH 1S
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BEFOYROECUALfLORSERVICE BAKING RESULTS ARE NOT AS openedwhenthe LOCindicatowr ordisnot FOR MOST CONCERNST , RY THESE FIRST : EXPECTED OR DIFFER FROM displayed . PREVIOUS OVEN . I Both ovenswill lockwhen eitheroven is Checkifovencontrolhsavebeenpmp - cleaned . I Makesure the oven vent has not been eflyset . blocked . Seepg . 11for location . Checkto be sureplugis securelyin - sertedintoreceptacle . I Checkto makesurerangeis level . MOISTURE COLLECTS ON OVEN WINDOW OR STEAM COMES FROM Checkorre - sect ircuibt reakerC . heckor I Temperatureosften varybetweena new OVEN VENT . replacefuse . ovenandanoldone . Asovensage , theoven temperatureoften " ddfts " andmaybecome Checkpowersupply . I Thisisnormawl hencookinfgoodshighin hotterorcooler . Seepg . 10forinstructions moisture . onadjustingtheoventemperature . NOTE . " I Excessivme oisturweasusedwhenclean - PARTORALLOFAPPLIANCE It is not recommendetod adjustthe tem - ingthewindow . DOESNOTWORK , peratureif only one or tworecipesarein question . NOTE : Canadianmodels : Duringa self - THERE IS A STRONG ODOR OR cleancycle , theglass - ceramiccooking I Checkthatoventemperatureisdecreased LIGHT SMOKE WHEN OVEN IS surfacewill not operate , and the two by25 ° Fwhenconvectbaking . frontelementson coilelementmodels TURNED ON . I See " Cooking MadeSimple " bookletfor will notoperate . moreinformationonbakewareandbaking . I Thisis normalfora newrangeandwill I Checkif surface and / oroven controls disappeaarfterafewuses . Initiatinagclean havebeenproperlyset . Seepgs . 3 & 7 . cyclewill " bumoff " theodorsmorequickly . FOOD IS NOT BROILING PROPERLY I Checkifovendoorisunlockedafterself - I TurningonaventilatiofannwUhlelpremove OR SMOKES EXCESSIVELY . cleancycle . Seepg . 12 . the smokeand / orodor . CheckovenrackpositionFs . oodmaybetoo I Checkifovenissetforadelayedcookor I Excessivefood soilson the oven bottom . closeto element . cleanprogram . Seepgs . 9 & 12 . Useaself . cleancycle . Broilelementwasnotpreheated . I Upperovenmaybeina toastingopera - Aluminumfoil wasincorrectulysed . Never tion . Lowerovenwilloperatewhenthe STEAM COMES FROM VENT AREA . linethebroileirnserwt ithfoil . toastingoperationis completed . I Whenhighmoisturefoodsarecookedinthe OvendoorwacsloseddudngbroilingL . eave I Checkifcoilelementisproperlyinstalled upperoven , steammaybevisiblecoming thedooropentothefirsst toppositio ( nabout or needsto bereplaced . Seepg . 5 . fromtheventarea . Thisisnormal . 4 inches ) . I Trimexcessfatfrommeatbeforebroiling . GLASS - CERAMICSURFACE " F " PLUS A NUMBER AND THE I A soiledbroilepr anwasused . SHOWSWEAR . MESSAGE : " CALL AN AUTHORIZED 1 , Tinyscratchesor abrasions . SERVICER OR 888.462 - 9824 " * OVEN WILL NOT SELF - CLEAN . I Makesurecooktopandpanbottom Thisis calleda fault code . If a faultcode areclean . Donotslideglassor metal I Checktomakesurethecycleisnotsetfor appearsin the displayandbeepssound , pansacrosstop . Makesurepanbot - a delayedstart . Seepg . 12 . presstheCANCELpedI . fthefaultcedeand tomis notrough . Usetherecom - I Checkifdoorisclosed . beeps continued , isconnectpowerto the mendedcleaningagents . Seepg . 13 . applianceW . aitafewminutes , thenrecon - 2 . Metalmarks . nect power . If fault code endbeeps still OVEN DID NOT CLEAN PROPERLY . I Donotslidemetalpansacrosstop . continued , isconnecptowertotheappliance Whencool , cleanwithCooktop andcallanauthorizedservicer . I Longercleaningtimemaybeneeded . CleaningCreme . See ! 0g . 13 . I Excessivespilloveress , peciallsyugaryand / Iftheovenis heavilysoilede , xcessivfelare - 3 , Brownstreaksandspecks . oracidicfoods , werenot removedpriorto upsmayresultina faultcodeduringaclean I SpillsnotremovedpromptlyW . iping the self - cleancycle . cycle . PressCANCELpadand allowthe withsoiledclothorsponge . Pan oventocoolcompletelyt , henresettheclean bottomnot dean . cycle . If thefaultcodeandbeepsstillcon - OVEN DOOR WILL NOT UNLOCK 4 . Areaswithametallicsheen . tinue , disconnectpowerto the appliance AFTER SELF - CLEAN CYCLE . I Mineradlepositsfromwaterandfcod . andcallanauthodzedservicer . I Ovenintedoris stillhot . Allowaboutone 5 . Pittingor flaking . * FOR PRIORITYONESERVICECALLTOLL - FREE hourfor theovento coolaftertheComple - I Sugaryboiloversthatwerenot 1 - 888 - 4MAYTAG ( 1 - 888 - 462 - 9824 ) . tionof a self - deancycle . Thedoorcan be removedpromptlyS . eepg . 13 .
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