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IMPOFlSTAAFFEIITFTIYSTFlUCTIOFIS Read and follow all instructions before NEVER use appliance to warm or heat INCASOEFFIRE the room . Failure to follow this instruction using this appliance to prevent the can lead to possible burns , injury , fire , or potential risk of fire , electric shock , Turn off appliance and ventilating hood to damage to the appliance . personal injury or damage to the appli - avoid spreading the flame . Extinguish ance as a result of improper usage of the flame then turn on hood to remove smoke NEVER wear loose - fitting or hanging appliance . Use appliance only for its and odor . garments while using the appliance . intended purpose as described in this Clothing ceul _ catch utensil handles or : _ Cooktop : Smotherfire or flame in a guide . ignite and cause burns if garment comes panwitha lidor cookiesheet . in contact with hot beating elements . To ensure proper and safeoperation : Appliancemustbe properlyinstalledand NEVER pick up or move a flaming To ensure proper operation and to avoid groundedbya qualifiedtechnician . pan . damage to the appliance or possible injury , do not adjust , service , repair or re - : > Oven : Smother fire or flame by clos - place any part of the appliance unless ing the oven door . specifically recommended in this guide . Do not use water on grease fires . Use Refer ell other servicing to a qualified bakingsoda , a dry chemicaol r foam - type technician . extinguisherto smotherfire or flame . NEVER store or use gasoline or other combustible or flammable materials in the oven , near surface unite or in the GENERINASLTRUCTIONS vicinity of this appliance as fumes could create a fire hazard or an explosion . This appliancehas been tested for safe performance using conventional cook - To prevent grease fires , do not let cook - ware . Do not use any devices or acces - ing grease or other flammable materials soriesthat are not specifically recom - accumulate in or near the appliance . mendedinthismanual . Do notuse eyelid Use only dry potholders . Moist or damp covers , stove . top grills or add - on oven potholders on hot surfaces may result in convectionsystems . The use of devices a steam burn . Do not let pothoiders touch or accessories that are not expressly hot heating elements . Do not use a towel recommendedin this manual cancreate or other bulky cloth which could easily serious safety hazards , result in perfor - touch hot heating elements and ignite . mance problems , and reducethe life of Always turn off all controlswhen cooking the componentsof this appliance . is completed . WARNING : NEVERuse appliancedoor , or drawer , if equippeda , s a stepstoolor NEVER heat unopened containers on the To check if device is properly installed , surface unit or in the oven . Pressure seatas thismay resultinpossibletipping look underneath range with a flashlight to of the appliance , damageto the appli - build - up in the container may cause con - make sure one of the rear leveling legs is ance , andseriousinjuries . tainer to burst resulting in bums , injuryor properly engaged in the bracket slot . The damage to the appliance . If appliance is installed neara window , anti - tip device secures the rear leveling precautionsshould be taken to prevent NEVER use aluminum foil to line drip leg to the floor when propedy engaged . bowls or cover oven racks or oven bot - curtains from blowing over surface You should check this anytime the range elements . tom . This could result in dsk of electric has been moved . shock , fire , or damage to the appliance . Use foil only as directed in this guide .
Aerosol - htycpaensareexplosivwehenly GLASS - SCECROAMOKICTOPELF - CLEOAFV ! EIFFI ! G exposetdo heatandmaybe hig flammablDe . onotuseor storenear NEVER cook on broken cooktop . If cook - Clean only parts listed in this guide . Do appliance . top should break , cleaning solutions and not clean door gasket . The gasket is es - spillovers may penetrate the broken sential for a good seal . Do not rub , dam - cooktop and create a risk of electric age , or move the gasket . COOKTOP shock . Contact a qualified technician im - Do not use oven cleaners . No commer - mediately . cial even cleaner or oven liner protective NEVER leave surface units unattended Clean cooktop with caution . Some clean - coating of any kind should be used in or especially when using high heat . An un - ers can produce noxious fumes if applied around any part of the oven . attended boilover could cause smoking to a hot surface . If a wet sponge , cloth , or and a greasy spillover can cause a fire . Before self - cleaning the oven , remove paper towel is used on a hot cooking broiler pan , oven racks and other utensils This appliance is equipped with different area , be careful to avoid steam burn . to prevent excessive smoking , discolora - size surface elements . Select pans with tion of the oven racks or possible damage flat bottoms large enough to cover to utensils . element . Fitting pan size to element will DEEFPAfTRYERS improve cooking efficiency . Wipe up excessive spiltovers , especially greasy spills , before the clean cycle to If pan is smaller than element , a portion Use extreme caution when moving the prevent smoking , flare - ups or flaming . of the element will be exposed to direct grease pan or disposing of hot grease . contact and could ignite clothing or Allow grease to cool before attempting to Itis normalfor thecooktopto becomehot potholder . move pan . during a clean cycle . Therefore , avoid touching the cooktop , door , window or Only certain types of glass , glass / ceram - oven ventduringa clean cycle . ic , ceramic , earthenware , or other glazed utensils are suitable for cooktop or oven OYEF ! service without breaking due to the sud - den change in temperature . Follow uten - Use care when opening door . Let hot air HEATIEFLIGEMEFITS sil manufacturer's instructions when us - or steam escape before removing or re - ing glass . placing food . NEVER touch surface or oven heating elements , areas near elements , or in - Turn pan handletowardcenter of cook - For proper oven operation and perfor - terior surfaces of oven . mance , do not block or obstruct oven top , not out into the roomor overanother vent duct . When in use , the vent and sur - surfaceelement . This reducesthe risk of Heating elements may be hot even bums , ignitionof flammablematerials , or rounding area may become hot enough though they are dark in color . Areas near to cause burns . spillage if pan is accidentlybumped or surface elements and interiorsurfaces of reachedby smallchildren . an oven may become hot enough to Always place oven racks in desired loca - cause bums . During and after use , do not tions while oven is cool . If rack must be touch or let clothing or other flammable moved while oven is hot , do not let materials contact heating elements , potholder contact hot element in oven . areas near elements , or interior surfaces of oven until they have had sufficient time to cool .
IMPOflTSAAFFIETIFTIYSTflU3c1oOmH . S , or reproductive harm , and requires busi - should be taught that an appliance is not Other potentially bo , t sudaces include : nesses to warn customers of potential a toy . ChilJren should not be allowed to Cooktop , areas facing the cooktop , oven exposures to such substances . play with : ontrols or other pads of the vent , and surfaces near the vent opening , unit . oven door , areas around the door and Users of this appliance are hereby oven window . warned that when the oven is engaged in the self - c _ eencycle , there may be some low level exposure to some of the listed VEHTILAHTOIHOGDS substances , including carbon monoxide . CHILSDAFETY C _ ean range hood and filters frequently Exposure to these substances can be NEVER leave children alone or unsuper - to prevent grease or other flammable minimized by properly venting the oven to materials from accumulating on hood or the outdoors during the self - clean cycle vised in area where appliance is in use or filter and to avoid grease fires . is still hot . by opening a window and / or door in the room where the appliance is located . Turn the fan on when flambeing foods NEVER allow children to sit or stand on iMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING ( such as Cherries Jubilee ) under the any part of the appliance as they could be hood . PETBIRDS : Neverkeep pet birds in the injured or burned . kitchenor in roomswherethe fumesfrom CAUTION : NEVER store items of inter - the kitchen could reach . Birds have a est to children in cabinets above an appli - verysensitiverespiratorysystem . Fumes IMPOflTSAAHFTEHTOYTICE ance or on backguard of a range . Chil - released during an oven self - cleaning dren climbing on appliance , door or cycle may be harmful or fatal to birds . AHDWARHIHG drawer to reach items could damage the Fumesreleaseddue to overheatedcook - appliance or be burned or seriously ing oil , fat , margarine and overheated The California Safe Drinking Water and injured . non - stick cookware may be equally Toxic EnforcementAct of 1986 ( Proposi - harmful . Children must be taught that the appli - tion 65 ) requires the Govemor of Califor - ance and utensils in or on it can be hot . nia to publish a list of substancesknown Let hot utensils cool in a safe place , out to the State of California to cause cancer of reach of small children . Children SAVTEHEISHESTRUCfOTIROfUHTSUfRlEEFEREHCE
SURFCAOCOEKING SURFA ( OCHETROLS Use to turn on the surface elements . An BeforeCooking After CoOking infinite choice of heat settings is available from LOW to HIGH . The knobs can be unit is turnedoff > - Alwaysplacea pan on the surface u _ itbefore : youturnit on . Te prevent set on or between any of the settings . SETTING THE CONTROLS 1 . Place pan on surface element . 2 . Push in and turn the knob in either direction to the desired heat setting . > The backguard is marked to identi - fy which element the knob controls . _ For example , the icon to the left indicates right front ele - ment . 3 . There is an indicator light by each pair of control knobs . When one or both of the surface control knobs are tamed on , the light will turn on . The light will turn off when the surface elements are turned off . 4 . After cooking , turn knob to OFE Re - move pan . SUGGEHSETEASDTETTIHGS The size , type of cookware and cooking operation will affect the heat setting . For information on cookware and other fac - tors affecting heat settings , refer to " Cooking Made Simple " booklet . the right front position . To turn on the GLASS - CESRUARMFICACE OFF LOW HIGH large element press the rocker switch toward the t _ ) â¢ To turn on COOKING AREAS the smaller element press the rocker switch toward â¢ . The cooking areas on your range are identifiedby permanentpatterns on the S MEDIUM 2 COOKWARE glass - ceramicsurface . For most efficient HIGH : Use to bring liquid to a boil . Always cooking , fit the pan size to the element To achieve optimum cooking perform - reduce setting to a lower heat when liq - size . ance , use heavy - gauge , flat , smooth uids begin to boil or foods begin to cook . bottompansthatconformto the diameter Pans should not extend more than 1 / 2 9 MED . HIGH : Use to brown meat , heat of the cooking area . ( See " Cooking to 1 - inch beyond the cooking area . oil for deep fat frying or sauteing . Maintain MadeSimple " for cookwarecharacteris . fast boil for large amounts of liquids . For more informationon cookware , refer tics and recommendations . ) to " Cooking Made Simple " booklet . MEDIUM : Use to maintain slow boil for large amounts of liquids and for most fry - DUAL ELEMENT ing operations . Select glass - ceramic surfaces are 3 MED . LOW : Use to continue cooking equipped with a dual element located in covered foods or steam foods . LOW : Use to keep foods warm and melt chocolate and butter .
SURFCAOCOEKCINOGN , T . Do not use a small pan on a large HOT SURFACE LIGHT TIPS TO PROTECT THE element . Not only does this waste GLASS - CERAMIC The hot surface indicator light is located energy , but it can also result in SURFACE at the front center of the cooktop . The spillovers burning onto the cooking light willbe illuminatedwhen any cooking _ - Before first use , clean the cooktop . area which requires extra cleaning . area is hot . It will remain on , even after ( See Cleaning , page 15 . ) _ - Do not use non - flat specialty items the controlis turnedoff , untilthe area has _ - Do not use glass pans . They may that are oversized or uneven such as cooled . scratchthe surface . round bottom woks , rippled bottom 3 = - and / or oversized canners and grid - Do not allow plastic , sugar or foods dies . with high sugar content to melt onto the hot cooktop . Should this happen , Do not use foil or foil - type containers . clean immediately . ( See Cleaning , Foil may melt onto the glass . If metal page 15 . ) melts on the cooktop , do not use . Call an authorized Maytag seP , , icer . _ - Never let a pan boil dry as this will damagethesurface andpan . If a spilIover occurs while cooking , immediately clean the spill from the > - Never use cooktop as a work surface WARMING CENTER cooking area while it is hot to prevent or cutting board . Never cook food di - ( Selectmodels ) a tough cleaning chore later . Using rectlyon the surface . extreme care , wipe spill with a clean Use the warmingcenter to keep cooked ) - Never place a trivet or wok ring dry towel . foods warm , such as vegetables , gravies between the surface and pan . These and oven - safe dinnerplates . _ - Do not allow spills to remain on the items can mark or etch the top . o cookingareaor the cooktoptrimfor a Push the switchon the con - Do notslide aluminumpans acrossa longperiodof time . hot surface . The pans may leave trol panelto turn the warm - W > - Do not use abrasive cleansing pow - marks which need to be removed ing centeron and off . WARMING CENTER ders or scouring pads which will promptly . ( SeeCleaning , page15 . ) scratch the cooktop . > - Make sure the surface and the pan " _ - Do not use chlorine bleach , ammonia bottom are clean before turningon to or other cleansers not specifically prevent scratches . recommended . WARMING CENTER Never use a soiled dish cloth or _ - To retain the appearance of the glass sponge to clean the cooktop surface . All foods shouldbe covered with a ceramic cooktop , clean after each A film will remain which may cause lid or aluminum foil to maintain food use . stains on the cooking surface after the quality . area isheated . When warming pastries and breads , the cover should have an opening to allow moisture to escape . GLASS - CERAMIC SURFACE Do not use plastic wrap to cover foods . Plastic may melt on to the On Canadian models with a Warming Center , the surface will not operate dur - surface and be very difficult to ing a self - clean cycle . clean . Cooktop may emit light smoke and odor the first few times the cooktop is 1 I Use only cookware and dishes rec - used . This is normal . k ' ommended as safe for oven and When a control is turned on , a red glow can be seen through the glass - caram - 1 cooktopuse . ic surface . The element willcycle on and off to maintain the preset heat setting . ! I Always use oven mitts when Glass - ceramic cooktops retain heat for a period of time after the unit is turned _ removing food from the Warming off . Turn the elements oft a few minutes before food is completely cooked and use the retained heat to complete the cooking . When the HOT SURFACE light l I It is not recommended to warm beCentaesrhcoot , okwareand plateswill turns off ( see above ) , the cooking area will be cool enough to touch . I food for longer than one hour , as Because of the heat retention characteristics , the elements will not respond to I changes in settings as quickly as coil elements . I foodquality may deteriorate . It is not recommendedto heat cold I NOTE : Do not attempt to lift the cooktop . food on the Warming Center . S
OVECNI : OKIHG The control pan _ , lis designed for ease in programming . The display window on the control shows time of day , timer and oven functions . Styling and features may differ slightly depending on the model â¢ The control panel shown includes convect and other specific features . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 g Bake Broll cie _ n _ t Â° mPe Lock Timer CANCEL Clock _ > _ ) i _ ; _ ! â¢ _ i ! _ ! _ . i ! i _ ii _ ! _ i _ ! _ ! ! ! _ i ! _ i ! Yi _ _ ii ! ! , ! > _ ! ! _ i _ Â¸ i4 ; _ i _ i ! ! i _ i ! i _ % : Â¸ ' ' press the appropriate number pads for Cleaning time may be set between 2 FUHCTPIOAHDS and 4 hours . desired temperature . > " Press the desired pad . See page 9 for additional information . See pages 13 - 14 for additional informa - tion . _ - Press the Preset ( 0 ) pad or the appro - BAKE PAD priate number pads to enter time or COOK TIME / STOP TIME Use for conventionalbaking or masting . temperature . PADS > - A beep will sound when any pad is 1 . Press Bake pad . Use to program the oven to start and stop touched . 2 . Press Preset ( O ) pad for 350 Â° F . automatically â¢ > A doublebeepwill soundif a program - Each additionalpressof the Preset ( O ) 1 . Press Bake or Convect Bake pad . ming erroroccurs . pad will raise thetemperature 25 Â° , Or , Press the appropriate number pads pressthe appropriatenumberpads for NOTE : Four seconds after entering the for desired temperature . desired temperature . number , the time or temperature will 2 . Press Cook Time pad . Press the ap - See page 9 for additional information . automatically be entered , ff more than propriate number pads to enter cook - 30 seconds elapse between touching ing time in hours and minutes . a function pad and the number pads , BROIL PAD the function will be canceled and the 3 . To delay the start of cooking , press Use for top browningand broiling . display will return to the previous Stop Timepad . Pressthe appropri - 1 . Press Broil pad . display . ate numberpadsto enterthe timeyou wantthe ovento stop . 2 . Press Preset ( 0 ) pad for HI broil , NUMBERS press again for LO broil , or press the See page 13 for additional information . appropriate number pads to set de - Use to set time or temperature . sired broiltemperature . CONTROL LOCK PAD CANCEL PAD See page 12 for additional information â¢ The touch pads on the control can be Use to cancel al ! programming except locked for cleaning and to prevent un - Clock and Timer functions , CLEAN PAD wanted use . They will not function when locked . The current time of day will Use to set self - clean cycle â¢ CONVECT BAKE PAD remain inthe display when this feature is 1 . Press Clean pad . activated â¢ Use for convection bakingor masting . 2 . Press Preset ( 0 ) pad for " 3 : 00 " hours If an oven function is currently being 1 . Press Convect Bake pad . of cleaning time . used , the controlscannotbe locked . 2 . Press Preset ( 0 ) pad for 325 Â° F . 3 . If more or less cleaning is desired , TO SET : Press Control Lock pad for Each additionalpressof the Preset ( 0 ) press the appropriate number pads . several seconds . A single beep will sound pad will raise the temperature 25 Â° . Or , when control is locked
OVECHOOKcIHorGn , , number 5 pad . The control will begin Option 2 : One beep at the end of the If any pad is pressed when Control Lock is activated , OFF will appear in the dis - countdown after a four second delay . timer operation , then , one beep every minute for the next 12 hours or until the play for 15 seconds . CANCEL pad is pressed . TO RESTORE : Press and hold the Option 3 ( default option ) : One beep at Control Lock pad for several seconds . the end of the timer operation , then , no The indicator word OFF will disappear . other beeps . Example : To set the Timer for 1 hour SETTING THE CLOCK SETTING THE TIMER BEEPS : and 30 minutes , press the Timer pad 1 . Press Clock pad . and the numbers 1,3,0 pads . The con - 1 . Press the Timer and CANCEL pads The indicatorword TIME will flash at the same time and hold for several trol will begin countdown after a four seconds . in the display . second delay . 2 . Press the appropriate number pads > - A single beep willsound . until the correct time of day appears in > - Display will show the indicatorword the display . TIMER and the current option - 1 , When electrical power is supplied or after 2or3 . a power interruption , the last clock time 3 . The last minute of the countdown will 2 . Pressthe appropriatenumberpad ( 1 , before power was interrupted will flash . be displayed as seconds . 2 or 3 ) to selectthe option youwish . To recall the time of day when another The currenttime of day will reappear 4 . At the end of the time set , one long time function is showing , press the Clock in the displayafterfour seconds . beep will sound and " End " will appear pad . in the display . To change the number CLOCK CONTROLLED Clock time cannot be changed when the of timer reminder signals , see below . oven has been programmed for clock OVEN COOKING BEEPS TO CANCEL : controlled cooking , self - clean or delayed You have a choice of three " end of self - clean . 1 . Press and hold Timerpadforseveral timed cook " reminder signals for pro - seconds . The time of day willreap - grammed cooking : SE'I'rlNG THE TIMER pea _ Option 1 ( default option ) : Four beeps Use to set and then signal the completion OR at the end of cooking then , one beep o ! a time period up to 99 hours and 59 every 30 seconds for the next five min - 2 . Press the Timer pad and the " 0 " num - minutes ( 99 : 59 ) . utes or until the CANCEL pad is pressed . ber pad . After a slight delay the time The timer can be used independently of of day will reappear . Option 2 : Four beeps at the end of any other oven activity and can be set cookingt , hen , one beepeveryminutefor NOTE : Pressing CANCEL pad to cancel while another oven function is operating . the next 12 hours or until the CANCEL the timer will cancel ALL selected oven THE TIMER DOES NOT CONTROL THE padis pressed . functions except the timer . OVEN . Option 3 : Four beeps at the end of 1 . PressTimerpad . cooking , then , no otherbeeps . The indicator word TIMER will CONTROOPLTIONS SETTING CLOCK CONTROLLED flash and " 0HR : 00 " appears in the OVEN COOKING BEEPS : display . TIMER BEEPS 1 . Press Cook Time and CANCEL pads 2 . Press the appropriate number pads You have a choice of three " end of at the same time and hold for several until the desired number of minutes or timer " reminder signals : seconds . hours and minutes appear in the dis - Option 1 : One beep at the end of the play . > - Asinglebeepwillsound . timeroperationt , hen , onebeepevery30 Example : To set the Timer for 5 min - > - Displaywill showtheindicatorword secondsfor the nextfiveminutesor until utes , press the Timer pad and the COOKandthecurrentoption - 1,2 the CANCELpad is pressed . or3 . t
TO ELIMINATE 12 HOUR TURN OFF : 2 . Press the appropriate number pad 3 , Press and hold the Bake pad for several seconds until 0 Â° appears in ( 1 , 2 or 3 ) to select the option you 1 . Press the Clock pad and hold for sev - wish . The current time of day will reap - the display . eral seconds until " 12 " appears in the pear in the display after four seconds . display . The indicator word TIME will 4 . Press any number pad to change the flash in the display , temperature . Each time a pad is CANCEL CLOCK DISPLAY pressed , the temperature changes by 2 . Press any number pad until 8888 5 Â° F . If you prefer that the time of day not be appearsin thedisplay . Currenttimeof displayed when the oven is not operating : day willreappearafterfour seconds . > - Press repeatedly to reach + 35 " E 1 . Press Clock and CANCEL pads at Continue pressing to reduce the TO RESTORE : the same time and hold for several temperature up to - 35 Â° E seconds . The time of day will disap - Press the Clock pad and hold for several If the oven temperature was previ - pear in the display . seconds until 8888 appears . Press " 1 " ously adjusted , the change will be number pad . " 12 " will appear bdefly in 2 . Press Clock pad to briefly recall the displayed . For example , if the oven the display followed by the current time of time of day , if desired . The time of day temperature was reduced by 15 Â° , day . will appear in the display for four sec - the display will show - 18 Â° . onds . 5 . When you have made the adjustment , OVEN TEMPERATURE TO RESTORE : press the CANCEL pad and the time ADJUSTMENT of day will reappear in the display . The Press the Clock and CANCEL pads at If you think the oven should be hotter or the same time and hold for several sec - oven wilt now bake at the adjusted cooler , you can adjust it yourself . To temperature . onds . The time of day will reappear in the decide how much to change the oven display . NOTE : Do not change the temperature temperature , set the temperature 25 " F setting more than 10 Â° at a time before higher or lower than the temperature in AUTOMATIC OVEN TURN testing the oven . your recipe , then bake . The resultsof the OFF / SABBATH MODE " test " should give you an idea of how It is not necessary to readjust the oven much to adjust the temperature . The oven will automatically turn off temperature if there is a power interrup - after 12 hours , if you accidentally leave it tion . This adjustment will not affect broil TO ADJUST THE OVEN on . You may deactivate this feature , if or clean temperatures . TEMPERATURE : desired . 1 . Press the Bake pad . 2 . Enter 550 Â° by pressing the number pads " 5 , 5 , 0 " .
OVECHOOKCIHOGN , T . BAKIHAGHDROASTIHG Press the Bake or Convect Bake I pad to recall the preselected tern - I perature during preheat . il To change oven temperature dur - ] ing cooking , press the appropriate Bake or Convect Bake pad and the appropriate number pads for the desired oven temperature . If more than 30 seconds elapse I ' between pressing a function pad and pressing a number pad , the display will return to the previous - When convection cooking , the SEI - I'ING THE CONTROLS display . fan icon will begin to rotate . FOR BAKING , ROASTING As a general rule , when convec - AND CONVECTION PREHE4T BAKE ! ' tion baking , set the oven tem - INDICATOR SYMBOL 1 . Place oven racks on proper rack posi - perature 25 Â° F lower than the tions . ( See page 10 . ) conventional recipe or prepared mix directions . Baking time will 2 . Press Bake or Convect Bake pad . be the same to a few minutes 1 > - BAKE will flash in the display . less than directions . > The temperature in the display will > _ 000 and the oven icon Whenroasting meats usingthe I ' increase in 5 Â° increments until the will light in the display . L _ convection setting , roasting oven reaches the preset tempera - timesare generally25 - 30 % less . ture . ( Maintain conventionalroasting temperatures . ) 4 . Allow8 - 15minutesfor the ovento pre - heat . I See roasting chart in " Cooking MadeSimple " bookletfor recom - > - A single beep will indicate that the mendedroastingtemperatureand oven is preheated . > " Whenconvectiocnookingis select - times , and additional baking and ed , afan icon _ will also appear . > - The preheat indicator will turn off . convectiocnookingtips . 3 . Pressthe Preset ( 0 ) padto set350 Â° F I You may find that the cooking automatically . Whenconvectioncook - times and temperatures vary ing , 325 Â° F will be automaticallyset slightly from your old oven . This is whenPreset ( 0 ) ispressed . Or press normal . Every oven has its own ] the appropriatenumberpadsfor the desiredoven temperature . . . . . . . c _ harafi _ st _ i _ _ _ c _ tces . - . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 5 . Check cooking progress at the > - The temperature can be set from minimum cooking time . Cook longer if 100 Â° F to 550 Â° F . needed . > - There willbe a four second delay 6 . PressCANCELpad and removefood before oven turns on . When the from oven . oven turnson : > - Time of day willreappear in the dis - - The bake icon ( top and bottom play . bars ) willlight . NOTE : If you forget to turn off the - Ared preheatindicatorwill light . oven , it will automatically turn off at the end of 12 hours . To deactivate - 100 Â° F or the actual oven tem - this feature , see page 8 . perature will appear in the dis - play . 9
RACK POSITIONS HALF RACK ACCESSORY OVEHVEHT ( Selectmodels ) When the oven is in use , the vent and A half rack , to in - surrounding area may become hot crease oven ca - enough to cause burns . Never block the pacity , is avail - vent opening . / I - able as an ac - cessory . It fits in OVEN VENT the left , upper Threerackconvectionbaking . portion of the oven and pro - RACK 5 ( highest position ) : vides space for a vegetable dish when a large roaster is on For toasting bread or broiling thin , the lower rack . Contact your Maytag non - fatty foods . OVELHIGHT dealer for the " HALFRACK " Accessory RACK 4 : Kit or call 1 - 800 - 688 - 8408 . Push the switch on the controlpanel to Used for most broiling . turn the oven light on and RACK 3 : off . The oven light automat - _ 1 _ i III Used for most baked goods on a cook - ically comes on whenever ie sheet or jelly roll pan , layer cakes , the oven door is opened . OVENLIGHT fruit pies , or frozen convenience foods . RACK 2 : OVERRACKS Used for roasting small cuts of meat , casseroles , baking loaves of bread , ! bundt cakes or custard pies . RACK 1 : Used for roasting large cuts of meat and poultry , frozen pies , dessert souf - Convection ranges are equipped with fles or angel food cake . three racks . The racks are designed with a lock - stop edge . MULTIPLE RACK COOKING : TO REMOVE : Pull rack straight out until Two rack : Use rack positions 2 and it stops at the lock - stop position ; liftup on 4 , or 1 and 4 . the front of the rack and pull out . Three rack convection baking : Use TO REPLACE : Place rack on the rack rack positions 1 , 3 and 5 ( see illus - supportin the oven ; tilt the front end up tration ) . slightly ; slide NOTE : Never place pans directly on the rack back until it oven bottom . clears the lock - stop position ; lower front and slide back into the oven . Do not cover an entire rack with alu - minum fo # or place foil on the oven bottom . Baking results will be affect - ed and damage may occur to the oven bottom .
OVfC . HOOKCIHOGN , T , WARMIDHRGAWER ( Select models ) The warming drawer is used for keeping Setting Type of Food hot foods at serving temperature and raising and proofing bread . It may also be MAX . Bacon Casseroles Dinner Plate used in warming breads and pastries . Enchiladas Hamburger Patties Fried Food O Hors D'Oeuvres Pancakes Pizza OFF Pork Potatoes - Baked Poultry Waffles MED ( 6 - 8 ) Beef - Rare Biscuits Coffee Cake MIN 8 Cooked Cereals Eggs Fish / Seafood Gravy , Cream Sauce Ham Lamb Pies Potatoes - Mashed Vegetables 4 WARMING DRAWER LO ( 2 - 4 ) Warming - Plate SETTING THE CONTROLS : MIN . Bread - Proofing 1 . If using rack , position it where needed . 2 . Push in and turn the knob in either direction to the desired heat setting . 3 . Allow the drawer to preheat for ten i WARMNG DRAWER Useonlyovensafecookware . minutes . i I DO NOT let food sit for more than Removefood from plastichagsand 4 . Place food in warming drawer . one hour before or after cooking . placeinovensafecookware . 5 . When finished , remove food and turn il Food must be at serving temperature Servingdishesand platescan be knob to OFE warmedwhilepreheatingthedrawer . before being placed in the drawer . Coverfood witha lid or aluminum be warmed from room temperature foil , notplasticwrap . ( Friedfoodsdo l Breads , pastries and fruit pies may on MED setting . notneedto becovered . ) 11
cific broil temperature can be se - BROILIHG lected . To select a specific temper - if more than 30 seconds elapse ature , press the appropriate num - For best results , use a pan designed for between pressing the Broil pad ber pads for the temperature and number pad , the oven is not broiling . desired after 000 appears in the set and the display will return to display . For additional broiling tips , refer to the the previous display . " Cooking Made Simple " booklet . 3 . There will be a four second delay be - i ! HI broil is used for most broiling . fore oven rums on . Use LO or a lower broil tempera - SE'I - FING THE CONTROLS When the oven turns on : ture when broiling longer cooking FOR BROILING foods or thin pieces of food . The The BROIL symbol will light in the Place the oven rack in the proper rack lower temperature allows food to display . position ( see following chart ) . cook to the well done stage with - The indicator word BROIL will 1 . Press the Broil pad . out excessive browning . remain in the display . ! Never cover broiler pan insert > - BROIL will flash in the display . BROIL SYMBOL with aluminum foil . This prevents will > 00O and the oven icon fat from draining to the pan below . light in the display . ! Expect broil times to increase and I browning to be slightly lighter if appliance is installed on a 208 4 . Place food in oven . Leave oven door i volt circuit . open to the first stop position ( approx - 2 . Press the Preset ( 0 ) padto enterHI imately 4 inches ) . broil . Pressagainto set LO broil . 5 . Turnmeatonceabouthalfwaythrough CLOCCKOHTROOLYEEDH > The oven has a variable broil fea - co ( _ king . ture whichmeansHI , LO or a spe - 6 . Press CANCEL pad . Remove food COOKIHG and broilerpan from the oven . Time of day will reappear in the display . Highly perishable foods such as dairy products , pork , poultry oorr seafoodare not recommendedf delayedcookoperations . I , Clock controlled baking is notrec - Bacon 4 WellDone 6 - 10 rain . ommended _ r baked items th _ require a preheated oven , such as I BeefSteaks - - 1 " thick 4 Medium 15 - 20rain . cakes , cookies and breads . 1 4 Well 18 - 24min . i Pieces Broil ) ( LO ! Chicken 3 Well Done 30 - 45rain . The clock must be functioning and correctlyset . Flaky FiSh Fillets 4 8 - 12 min . Steaks , 1 " thick 4 Flaky 10 - 15rain . Clock Controlled Oven Cooking is Ground Beef - - Patties , 3 / 4 " thick 4 Well Done 15 - 18 rain . used to turn the oven off at a preset time Ham - - PrecookedSlice , 1 / 2 " thick 4 Warm 8 - 12 rain . of day ordelay the start and then turn off the oven . This feature can be used with Pork Chops - - 1 " thick 4 WellDone 22 - 26rain . either ovencookingorself - cleaning . See page 15 for instructionson delayingthe * The top rack position is # 5 . start of a clean cycle . " Broiling times are approximate and may vary depending on the meat . IMMEDIATE START : Oven turns on immediately and auto - maticallyturnsoff at apresettime .
OVECNOOKCINOGN , T . DELAYED STAR _ NOTE : If you wish to change the CAR & CELEANING beeps at the end of clock controUed Delays the start of cooking or cleaning cooking , see page 7 . and automatically turns off at a preset TO DELAY THE START AND TURN time . OFF AUTOMATICALLY : SELF - QEOAVNEN Cook time can be set for up to 11 hours 1 - 4 . Follow preceding steps 1 - 4 . and 59 minutes ( 11 : 59 ) . 5 . Press Stop Time pad . STOP TIME If more than 30 seconds elapse between will flash in the display . pressing a function pad and pressing the appropriate number pads , the oven is Display will show the calculated stop NOT set and display will return to the time based on the current time of day previous display . and the cook time previously entered . . . . . . . . . . . 6 , SE'rrING THE CONTROLS Press the appropriate pads to enter the time you wish the oven to stop . A TO START IMMEDIATELY AND TURN stop time can only be accepted for OFF AUTOMATICALLY : later in the day . EXAMPLE : If at 1 . Press the Bake or Convect Bake 10 : 00 you set the oven for 350 Â° F and 2 hours and 30 minutes of cooking pad . time , the calculated stop time would > BAKE will flash and 000 and the be 12 : 30 . oven icon [ _ will appear in the display . > If you want the stop time to be 1 : 30 , press the number pads " 1,3,0 " . When convectioncooking is select - Four seconds later , the display will ed , a fan icon Iw _ will appear in The self - clean cycle uses above normal show 1 : 30 along with the indicator the display . cooking temperatures to automatically words DELAY , STOP TIME . clean the entire oven interior . 2 . Press the Preset ( 0 ) pad to set 350 Â° E When convection cooking , 325 Â° F will It is normal for flare - ups , smoking or flam - automatically be set . Or , press the ap - ing to occur during cleaning if the oven is propriatenumber pads for the desired heavily soiled . It is better to clean the oven oven temperature . 7 . At the end of the delayed period , the regularly rather than to wait until there is a DELAY indicator word will go off and heavy build - up of soil in the oven . 3 . Press the Cook Time pad . the oven will begin to heat . At the end During the cleaning process , the kitchen _ - COOK TIME willflash and 0HR : 00 of the Cook Time , the oven will shut off should be well ventilatedto helpeliminate willtightinthe display . automatically , " End " will light in the normal odors associated withcleaning . display and four beeps will be heard . 4 . Press appropriate number pads to BEFORE SELF - CLEANING enter cooking hours and minutes . 8 . Press CANCEL pad . Remove food EXAMPLE : If cooking time selected from the oven . If the program is not Turn off the oven lightbefore cleaningas for baking is 2 hours and 30 minutes , canceled , there will be a beep every the light may bum out during the clean 30 seconds for five minutes . the display will show : cycle . Remove broiler pan , all pans and the oven racks from the oven . The oven rackswilldiscolor and may not slideeas - ilyafter a self - cleancycle . I It is not necessary to set a start 5 . At the end of the clock controlled cook Clean oven time . Control will determine when time , the oven will shut off automati - to start the oven based on cook frame , door cally . " End " willlight in the display and time set . frame ( area out - four beeps will be heard . side of gasket ) I If you wish to change the beeps at and around the 6 . Press CANCEL pad . Remove food the end of clock - controlled cooking , opening in the from the oven . If the program is not see page 7 . door gasket with a non - abrasive cleaner canceled , there will be one beep every such as Bon Ami * or detergent and water . 30 seconds for five minutes These areas are not exposed to cleaning 13
TO CANCEL SELF - CLEAN CYCLE : A white discoloration may appear after temperatuarensdshoulbdecleanetdo cleaning if acidic or sugary foods were prevenstoilfrombakingonduringthe > - Press CANCEL pad . not wiped up before the clean cycle . This cleancycle . > - If the indicator word LOCK is NOT dis - discoloration is normal and will NOT To prevent damage , do not clean or played , open oven door . If LOCK is affect performance . rub the gasket around the oven door , displayed , allow oven to cool , then Finelinesmayappearintheporcelainresult - The gasket is designed to seal in heat open oven door . ingfromtheheatingandcoolingof thefinish . during the clean cycle . NOTE : Depending on the length of This is normaland will not affectperform - Wipe up excess grease or spiUoversfrom time the oven had been cleaning , it ance . the oven bottom to prevent excessive may take up to an hour for the oven to smoking , flare - ups or flaming during the SETI'ING THE CONTROLS cool down . When the oven is cool , the clean cycle . For ease of cleaning , the FOR SELF - CLEAN door willautomatically unlock and can heating element can be lifted slightly be opened . 1 . Close oven door . ( 1 inch ) . IF YOU WISH TO DELAY THE START 2 . Press Clean pad . Wipe up sugary and acidic spillovers OF CLEANING : such as sweet potatoes , tomato or milk - > , - CLEAN will flash and " - - : - - " will 1 - 3 . Follow preceding steps 1 - 3 . based sauces . Porcelain enamel is acid light in the display . 4 . Press the Stop Time pad . resistant , not acid proof . The porcelain > - If door has not been closed , " door " finish may discolor if acidic spills are not > - Stop Time will flash in the display win light in the display and a signal wiped up prior to a self - clean cycle . and display will show calculated will beep until the door is closed stop time based on the currenttime and the Clean pad is pressed DURING CLEAN CYCLE of day and the clean time prev - again . When the LOCK indicator word lights in iously entered . 3 , Press Preset ( 0 ) pad for " 3 : 00 " hours the display , the door cannot be opened . 5 . Press the appropriate number pads to of cleaningtime for an average soiled To prevent damage to door , do not force enter the time you wish the oven to oven . Or , press the appropriate num - door open when the LOCK indicatorword stop . A stop time can only be accepted ber pads for the desired cleaning time is displayed . for later in the day . between two and four hours . Some smoke and odor may be detected EXAMPLE : If at 9 : 00 you set the 4 . the first few times the oven is cleaned . Four seconds after entering the clean - oven to clean for three hours , the cal - This is normal and will lessen in time . ing time , the oven door will automati - culated stop time wouldbe = 12 : 00 " . cally lock . Smoke may also occur if oven is heavily soiledor if broilerpan was left in oven . > - LOCK will appear in the display . As oven heats , you may hear sounds of in " _ Clean symbol [ ] will appear metal parts expanding and contracting . the display . This is normal and will not damage the > - Ifyou want the stop time to be 1 : 00 , oven . press the number pads Â° 1 , 0,0 " . Four seconds later , the display will AFTER SELF - CLEANING show 1 : 00 and the indicatorword DELAY . About one hour after the end ofthe clean 5 . When the cleaning time has been cycle , the LOCK indicator word will turn completed , the indicator word CLEAN off . At this point , the door can be opened . will turn off . The indicator word LOCK Some soil may leave a light gray , pow - will remain on until the oven has dery ash which can be removed with a cooled ( approximately 1 hour ) . 6 . When the oven begins to clean , the damp cloth . If soil remains , it indicates CLEAN symbol will light and DELAY When the oven has cooled , the indica - that the clean cycle was not long enough . will go off in the display . tor word LOCK will turn off and the The soil will be removed during the next door will automatically unlock . 7 . When the clean time has been com - clean cycle . pleted , the indicator word CLEAN will If the oven racks were left in the oven and turn off . The indicator word LOCK will do not slide smoothly after a clean cycle , remain on until the oven has cooled . wipe racks and embossed rack supports When the oven has cooled , the indica - with a small amount of vegetable oil to LOCK IS STILL ENGAGED tor word LOCK will turn off and the restore ease of movement . OOOFf CANNOTBE door will automatically unlock . OPENED UNTIL LO _ K IS NO LOIVGEFt Ot , _ PLA yED ,
CAR & ECI . EAHCINOGH , T . > - Wipe with a damp cloth and dry . GLASS - CERAMIC CI . EAHPIHRGOCBURES COOKTOP > - Glass cleaners may be used if sprayed on a cloth first . O0 NOT Never use oven cleaners , chlorine spray directly on control pad and bleach , ammonia or glass cleaners display area . with ammonia . NOTE : Call an autho - rized servicer if the glass - ceramic top CONTROL KNOBS should crack , break or if metal or alu - minum foilshould melt on the cooktop . > - Remove knobs in the OFF positionby pullingforward . > - Allow the cooktop to coo [ before cleaning . Wash , rinseand dry . Do not use abra - sive cleaning agents as they may > - General - Always clean cooktopafter scratch the finish . each use , or when needed , with a damp paper towel and Cooktop > - Turn on each element to be sure the Cleaning Creme * ( Part No . knobshave been correctly replaced . BACKGUARD & COOKTOP 20000001 ) * ' _ Then , buff with a clean , dry cloth . PORCELAIN ENAMEL & TRiM ON ENAMEL ( PAINTED ) GLASS - CERAMIC SURFACES NOTE : Permanent stains will develop if SiDE PANELS , DOOR HANDLE , STORAGE & WARMINGDRAWERS soil is allowed to cook on by repeatedly Porcelainenamel is glass fused on metal usingthe cooktop when soiled . and may crack or chip with misuse . It is > - When cool , wash with warm soapy acid resistant , not acid proof . All water , rinse and dry . Never wipe a > - Heavy Soils or Metal Marks - spillovers , especially acidic or sugary warmorhot surfacewith adampcloth Dampen a " acratchless " or = never spinovers , should be wiped up immedi - as this maydamage the surface and scratch " scrubber sponge . Apply ately with a dry cloth . maycausea steam bum . Cooktep CleaRing Creme * ( Part No . > - When cool , wash withsoapy water , 20000001 ) * * and scrub to remove as > - For stubborn soil , use mildlyabrasive much soil as possible . Apply a thin rinse anddry . cleaning agents such as baking soda layer of the creme over the soil , cover paste or Bon Ami * . Do not use abra - > - Never wipe off a warm or hot surface with a damp paper towel and let stand sive cleaners such as steel wool pads with a damp cloth . This may cause 30 to 45 minutes ( 2 - 3 hours far very or oven cleaners . These products will cracking or chipping . heavy soil ) . Keep moist by covering scratch or permanently damage the > - Neveruseoven cleaners , abrasiveor the paper towel with plastic wrap . surface . causticcleaningagenLsonexteriorfin - Scrub again , then buff with a clean dry NOTE : Usedry towelor clothto wipeup cloth . ishofrange . spills , especiallyacidic or sugary spills . NOTE : Only use a CLEAN , DAMP Surfacemaydiscoloror dull ff soil is not BOILER PAN & INSERT " scratchless " pad thatis safe fornon - stick immediatelyremoved . This is especially Never cover insert withaluminum foil as cookware . The pattern and glass will be importantfor whitesurfaces . this prevents the fat from draining to the damaged if the pad is not damp , if the pan below . pad is soiled , or if another type of pad is GLASS used . > - Place soapy clothoverinsert and pan ; OVENWINDOW & DOOR let soak to loosen soil . > - Burned - on or Crusty Soils - Scrub > - Avoid using excessive amounts of with a " scratchless " or " never scratch " > - Wash in warm soapy water . Use soap water which may seep under or scouring pad and Coektop Cleaning filled scouring pad to remove stubborn behind glass causing staining . Creme * . soil . > Washwithsoapand water . Rinsewith NOTE : Holda razor blade scraperat a > - Broilerpan and insertcan be cleaned clear water and dry . Glass cleaner 30 Â° angleandscrapeany remainingsoil . indishwasher . canbe usedif sprayedona clothfirst . Then , clean as described above . Do not use Do not use abrasive materials such as CLOCK AND CONTROL the razor blade for scouring pads , steel wool or powdered PAD AREA daily cleaningas it cleaners as they will scratch glass . > - To activate " Control Lock " for cleaning , may wear the see page 6 . patternon the glass . ] 5
OVEN WINDOW > - Melted Sugar or Plastic - Immedi - MAIHTEHAH ( [ ately turn clementto LOW and scrape TO PROTECT THE OVEN DOOR from hot surface to a cool area . Then WINDOW : OVEN DOOR turn element OFF and cool . Clean res - 1 . Do not use abrasive cleaning agents idue with razor blade scraper and such as steel wool scouring pads or Cooktop Cleaning Creme * . powdered cleansers as they may METAL FINISHES scratch the glass . > Wash with soap and water , a glass 2 . De not hit the glass with pots , pans , cleaner , or mild liquid detergent . furniture , toys , or other objects . > - To prevent scratching or dulling of the 3 . Do not close the oven door until the finish , do not use mildly abrasive , oven racks are in place . abrasive , harsh or caustic cleaners Scratching , hitting , jarring or stressing the such as oven cleaners . glass may weaken its structure causing an increased risk of breakage at a later OVEN INTERIORS date . Follow instructionson pages 13 - 14 for Self - Cleaning Oven . CONVENIENCE OUTLET OVEN RACKS ( Canadian Models Only ) The convenience outlet is located on the _ - Clean with soapy water . TO REMOVE : lower left side of the backguard . Remove stubbornsoil withcleansing powder or soap - filled scouring pad . Be sure appliance cords do not rest on or 1 . When cool , open the oven door to the near the surface element . If the surface Rinse anddry . broil stop position ( opened about four element is turned on , the cord and outlet inches ) . > - Racks will permanently discolor and will be damaged . may not slide smoothly if left in the 2 . Grasp door at each side . Do not use The convenience outlet circuit breaker oven during a self - clean operation . If the door handle to lift door . this occurs , wipe the rack and may trip if the small appliance plugged embossed rack supports with a small 3 . Lift up even - into it exceeds 10 amps . To reset the cir - amount of vegetable oil to restore ly until door cuit breaker , press the switch located on ease of movement , then wipe off clears hinge the lower edge of the backguard . excess oil . arms . TO REPLACE : PLASTIC FINISHES 1 . Grasp door TRIM & ENDCAPS at each side . > When cool , clean withsoap and water , 2 . Align slots in the door with the hinge rinse and dry . arms on the range . CIRCUBITREAKESRWITCH > - Use a glasscleaneranda soft cloth . 3 . Slide the door down onto the hinge NOTE : Never use oven cleaners , abra - arms until the door is completely seat - sive or caustic liquid or powdered cleans - ed on the hinges . Push down on the ers on plastic finishes . These cleaning top corners of the door to completely agents will scratch or mar finish . seat door on hinges . Door should not appear crooked . NOTE : Toprevent stainingor discolora - tion , wipe up fat , greaseor acid ( tomato , NOTE : The oven door on a new range lemon , vinegar , milk , fruit juice , mari - may feel " spongy " when it is closed . This nade ) immediatelywithadrypapertowel . is normal and will decrease with use .
CAR & ( L ANINCGO , NT , 3 . Push the drawer into the range until WARMING DRAWER OVEN LIGHT levers " click " ( approximately 2 inches ) . Select models ) Pull the drawer open again to seat bearing glide into position . If you do not hear the levers = cLick " or the bear - ing glides do not feel seated , remove the drawer and repeat steps 1 through 3 . This will minimize possible damage to the bearing glides . STORAGE DRAWER ( SeLectmodels ) BULB COVER TO REMOVE WARMING DRAWING : 1 . Empty drawer and pull out to its full The storagedrawer can be removedto open position . allowyou to cleanunderthe range . 2 . Locate the black triangle lever on each TO REMOVE : TO REPLACE OVEN LIGHT BULB : side of the drawer . 1 . Empty drawer and pull out to the first 1 . When oven is cool , hold bulb cover m 3 . Press the lever down on the right side stop position , place , then slide wire retainer off and lift the lever up on the left side at cover . NOTE : Bulb cover will fall if not 2 . Lift up the front of the drawer . the same time . Then pull drawer out held in place while removing wire another inch . 3 . Pull out to the second stop position . retainer . 4 . Grasp sides and lift drawer top up and 2 . Remove bulb cover and light bulb . out . 3 . Replace with a 40 watt appliance bulb . TO REPLACE : 4 . Replace bulb cover and secure with 1 . Fit the ends of the drawer glides into 4 . Carefully pull the drawer all the way wire retainer . the rails in the range . out holding on to the sides , not the drawer front . 5 . Reconnect power to the range . Reset 2 . Lift upthe front of the drawer and gen - clock . tly push in to the first stop position . TO REPLACE WARMING DRAWER : 3 . Lift drawer up again and push until LEVELING LEGS 1 . PuU the bearing glides to the front of drawer is closed . the chassis glide . 2 . Align the glide on each side of the drawer with the glide slots on the range . The range should be leveled I _ _ - when installed . If the range I ] l / _ is not level , turn the plastic / ] Lr _ J | leveling legs ocated at - J _ l / each corner of . _ : the range , until _ _ ' : _ ! . ( " range is level . _ . _ _ . _ NT _ - rJP _ R , _ CKEr LEVELING LEG 17
BEFOYROECUALFLOSRERYICE OVEN DOOR WILL NOT UNLOCK BAKING RESULTS ARE NOT AS FOR MOST CONCERNS , AFTER SELF - CLEAN CYCLE . EXPECTED OR DIFFER TRY THESE FIRST : FROM PREVIOUS OVEN . I Oven interior is still hot . Allow about Check if oven controls have been one hour for the oven to cool after the I Make sure the oven vent has not been properly set . completion of a self - clean cycle . The blocked . See page 10 for location . Check to be sure plug is securely in - door can be opened when the LOCK I Check to make sure range is level . serted into receptacle . indicator word is not displayed . ! Temperatures often vary between a Check or re - set circuit breaker . Check MOISTURE COLLECTS ON OVEN new oven and an old one . As ovens or replace fuse . WINDOW OR STEAM COMES age , the oven temperature often Check power supply . " drifts " and may become hotter or FROM OVEN VENT . cooler . See page 8 for instructions on I This is normal when cooking foods PART OR ALL OF APPLIANCE adjusting the oven temperature . high inmoisture . DOES NOT WORK . NOTE : It is not recommended to ! Excessive moisture was used when adjust the temperature if only one or NOTE : On Canadian models with a cleaning the window . two recipes are in question . warming center , during a self - clean cycle - glass - ceramic cooking surface I Check that oven temperature is de - THERE IS A STRONG ODOR OR will not operate . creased by 25 Â° F when convect bak - LIGHT SMOKE WHEN OVEN IS I Check if surface and / or oven controls ing . TURNED ON . have been properlyset . See pages 4 I See " Cooking Made Simple " booklet I Thisis normaflor anewrangeandwill and 9 . for more information on bakeware and disappeaarfterafewuses . Initiatinga II Check if oven door is unlocked after baking . cleancyclewill " bum off ' the odors self - clean cycle . See page 14 . morequickly , FOOD IS NOT BROILING I Check if oven is set for a delayed cook I Tumingon a ventilationfan will help PROPERLY OR SMOKES or clean program . See pages 13 and 14 . removethesmokeand / or odor . EXCESSIVELY . I Excessivefood soils on the ovenbot - Check ovenrackpositionsF . oodmay GLASS - CERAMIC SURFACE be toocloseto element . tom . Usea self - cleancycle . SHOWS WEAR . Broil element was not preheated . 1 . Tiny scratches or abrasions , " F " PLUS A NUMBER I Cooktop and pan bottom are clean . APPEARS IN THE DISPLAY Aluminum foil was incorrectly used . Do not slide glass or metal pans Never line the broiler insert with foil . I This is calleda fault code . If a fault across top . Make sure pan bottom codeappearsinthe displayandbeeps Oven door was closed during broiling . is not rough . Use the recommend - sound , pressthe CANCELpad . Ifthe Leave the door open to the first stop ed cleaning agents . See page 15 . fault code and beeps continue , dis - position ( about 4 inches ) . 2 . Metal marks . connectpowerto the appliance . Wait I TrimexcessfatfrommeatbeforebroiF a few minutes , then reconnectpower . I Do not slidemetal pans across top . ing . If fault code and beeps still continue , When cool , clean with Cooktop disconnectpowerto the applianceand ! A soiled broiler pan was used . Cleaning Creme . See page 15 . call an authorizedservicer . 3 . Brown streaks and specks . OVEN WILL NOT SELF - CLEAN . I If the oven is heavily soiled , excessive II Spills not removed promptly . flare - ups may result in a fault code i Check to make sure the cycle is not Wiping with soiled cloth or sponge . during a clean cycle . Press CANCEL set for a delayed start . See page 14 . Pan bottom not clean . pad and allow the oven to cool com - ! Check if door is closed . pletely , wipe out excess soil and reset 4 . Areas with a metallic sheen . the clean cycle , if the fault code and OVEN DID NOT CLEAN PROPERLY . i Mineral deposits from water and beeps still continue , disconnect power food I Longer cleaning time may be needed . to the appliance and call an authorized servicer . 5 . Pitting or flaking . I Excessive spillovers , especially sugary and / or acidic foods , were not removed I Sugary boilovers that were not prior to the self - clean cycle . removed promptly . See page 15 .
MAYTRAAGHWGA Â£ RRAHTY WHAISTHOT ( OVERBEYIT ) flt SWEARRAHTIES : t . Conditions and damages resulting from any of the following : a . Improper installation , delivery , or maintenance . b . Any repair , modification , alteration , or adjustment not authorized by the manufacturer or an authorized servicer . c . Misuse , abuse , accidents , or unreasonable use . d . Incorrect electric current , voltage , or supply . e . improper setting of any control 2 . Warranties are void if the original serial numbers have been removed , altered , or cannot be readily determined . 3 . Light bulbs . 4 . Products purchased for commercial or industrial use . 5 . The cost of service or service call to : a . Correct installation errors . b . Instruct the user on the proper use of the product . c . Transport the appliance to the servicer . 6 . Consequential or incidental damages sustained by any person as a result of any breach of these warranties . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or incidental damages , so the above exclu - sion may not apply . If YONUEESDERVICE I Call the dealer from whom your appliance was purchased or call Mayt _ g Appliances Sales Company , Maytag Customer Assistance at 1 - 800 - 688 - 9900 , USA or 1 - 800 - 688 - 2002 Canada to locate an authorized servicer . 1 Be sure to retain proof of purchase to verity warranty status . Refer to WARRANTY for further information on owner's responsibilities for war - ranty service . I If the dealer or service company cannot resolve the problem , write to Maytag Appliances Sales Company , Attn : CAIR Â® Center , P . O . Box 2370 , Cleveland , TN 37320 - 2370 , or call 1 - 800 - 688 - 9900 U . S . A . or 1 - 800 - 688 - 2002 Canada . U . S . customers using TTY for deaf , hearing impaired or speech impaired , call 1 - 800 - 688 - 2080 . NOTE : When writing or calling about a service problem , please include the following information : a . Your name , address and telephone number ; b . Model number and serial number ; c . Name and address of your dealer or servicer ; d . A clear description of the problem you are having ; e . Proof of purchase ( sales receipt ) . I User's guides , service manuals and parts information are available from Maytag Appliances Sales Company , Maytag Customer Assistance . MAYTAG â¢ 403 West Fourth Street North â¢ P . O . Box 39 â¢ Newton , Iowa 50208 19