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BEFORE YOU USE YOUR COOKTOP.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . .
PARTS AND FEATURES..
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USING YOUR COOKTOP.
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1. Using the Control Knobs
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2. Using the Coil Element Module
3. Using the Grill Module
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4. Using the Solid Element Module
5. Using the Optional Griddle
Module,
6. Using the Optional Rotisserie
7. Cookware..
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CHANGING COOKTOP MODULES.
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Coil Element and Solid Element
Modules ,..............,,..,,.......
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12
Grill Module
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Optional Griddle Module
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13
Optional Rotisserie
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CLEANING AND CARING FOR YOUR
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COOKTOP. . . . . . . . . . . .
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IF YOU NEED SERVICE OR ASSISTANCE.
I, Before Calling for Assistance
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2. If You Need Assistance
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3. If You Need Service
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4. If You Have a Problem
Corporation
Before you use your cooktop
Read this”Use and Care Guide”carefully
for important
use and safety
information.
You are personally
responsible
for making sure that your cooktop...
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is installed by a qualified
installer.
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is properly
installed
and leveled
in a countertop
and cabinet
that can
support the weight.
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is installed in an area protected
from the weather.
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is properly connected
to the correct electric supply and properly grounded.
(See “Installation
Instructions.“)
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is vented according
to manufacturer’s
instructions, with no restrictions.
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is properly
maintained.
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is used only for jobs expected
of home cooktops.
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is not used by children or anyone unable to operate
it properly.
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See the “Installation
Instructions” for complete
information.
Parts and features
Model
RC8850XRH
OPTIONAL COIL
ELEMENT MODULE (6” and 8” Unlt)
(Available
on all cooktops)
CONTROL
OPTIONAL COIL
ELEMENT MODULE (2 - 6” Unltr)
(Avallable
?n all CoOktopS)
MODEL AND SERIAL
NUMBER PLATE
(Not Shown]
REFLECTOR
BOWL
Model
RC8350XRH
SOLID ELEMENT
GRILL
MODULE
MODEL AND SERIAL
NUMBER PLATE
(Not Shown]
(Available
BOTH THESE MODELS COME STANDARD
ELEMENT MODULE
on all cooktops)
WITH A GRILL MODULE AND CHOICE OF OPTIONAL
SURFACE UNIT MODULES.
Copy your Model and
Serial Numbers here.. .
When you need service or call with a question,
have this information
ready:
1. Complete
Model and Serial Number (under
the right module on the inside right wall].
2. Purchase date from sales slip.
Copy this information in these spaces. Keep this
book, your warranty and sales slip together in a
handy place. There is no warranty registration to
return. Proof-of-purchase
is all that is required for
in-warranty
service.
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Model
Serial
Number
Number
Purchase
Service
Date
Company
Phone Number
Using your cooktop
Control panels
Model
RC8850XRH
(3 MODULES]
Left Rear
Surface
Unit
Control
Surface
Unit
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Indicators
left Front
Surface
Unit
Control
Center
Surface
Control
Rear
Unit
Center
Surface
Control
Front
Unit
Surface Unit
Signal lights
Right Rear
Surface
Unit
Control
Right Front
Surface
Unit
Control
NOTE:
The griddle is only operated
with the front control knob
in the section that it is used. The griddle and grill will only fit in the
lett or center section in the cooktop.
The grill is operated
with both
control knobs in that section. Use the front and rear control knobs
to heat the whole grill. Use only one control knob when heating only
half the grill.
Model
RC8350XRH
(2 MODULES)
Leti Rea w
Unit
Surface
Control
Surface
Unit
IIndicators
Left Fron It
Unit
Surface
Control
Right Re ‘ar
Unit
Surface
Control
SUIrface Unit
Sig lnai lights
Right Frc mt
Surface Unit
Control
NOTE: The griddle is operated with only the front
the section that it is used. The griddle and grill can
side. The grill is operated
with both control knobs.
rear control knobs to heat the whole grill. Use only
when heating only half the grill.
6’
control knob in
be used in either
Use the front and
one control knob
1. Using
Surface
the control knobs
unit indicators:
Surface unit indicators show the surface
or module operated
by that control knob.
unit
The open dot shows the surface unit that is controlled
by
that knob.
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PUSH IN
Turn to
sefflng.
The box shows that a module,
such as a grill, can be controlled by that knob.
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Control knobs must be pushed in before turning them to a setting. They can be set anywhere
between HI and OFF.
One of the signal lights will glow when any
surface unit or module is ON. Be sure all lights
are OFF when you are not cooking.
The open dot inside the box
shows the surface unit controlled if a surface unit module
is installed.
2. Using the coil element module
Use only flat-bottomed
utensils for best results and to prevent
Specialty
items with rounded or ridged bottoms (woks, ridged
kettles) are not recommended.
Until you get used to the settings,
Use Hi to start
foods cooking or
to bring liquids to
a boil. Surface
units will not turn
red if good contact is made with
bottom of pan.
use the following
as a guide.
Use MED-Hi to
Use MED for gravy.
hold o rapid boll
or to fry chicken
or pancakes
puddings,
icings
damage
to the cooktop.
bottom canners or tea
and
or to cook
large amounts of
vegetables.
Use MED-LO to
keep food cooking after starting
it on a higher
setting.
Use LO to keep
food warm until
ready to serve. Set
the heat higher or
lower within the
LO band to keep
food at the temperature
you want.
3. Using the grill module
Before
A.
using the grill for the first time:
Wash, rinse and dry grill.
Use warm sudsy water.
Lightly wipe with cooking
meats from sticking.
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B.
oil to prevent
Par the grill module, use front and rear controls as you would for surface unlts.
Use both controls If you want both the front and back halves of the grill to heat.
Grlll on the Lefl
Grill In the Center
Grill on the Rlght
Lett Rear
Center
Rear
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Rlght Rear
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Center
Front
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Right Front
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NOTE: A range hood should be used to help get rid of smoke while using the Grill
Module (Whlrlpool
Model RH8330 or RH8336 Is recommended
for the RC8350XRH
Cooktop;
Model RH8348 Is recommended
for the RC8850XRH Cooktop.)
Approximate
Preheat
grill module
grill for 5 minutes
cooking
at suggested
CONTROL
KK)D
times
setting.
APPROXIMATE
COOKING TIME
SEHING
Slde 1
Slde 2
COMMENTS
HI
HI
HI
8 Min.
11 Min.
12 Min.
9 Min.
12 Min.
13 Min.
To test steak for
doneness, cut
near center with
sharp knife.
HI
HI
HI
10 Min.
13 Min.
16 Min.
7 Min.
13 Min.
16 Min.
HI
HI
HI
8 Min.
9 Min.
10 Min.
10 Min.
12 Min.
13 Min.
HI
HI
HI
15 Min.
4 Min.
5 Min.
15 Min.
4 Min.
5 Min.
BEEF
Steak - 1” (2.5 cm)
Rare
Medium
Well-done
Steak - 1%” (3.18 cm)
Rare
Medlum
Well-done
Hamburgers
- 1” (2.5 cm)
Rare
Medlum
Well-done
FISH
Whole - 2% Ibs. (1 kg)
Fillets - 1 lb. (.5 kg)
Lobster Tails
When fish flakes easily
it is done. Cook all
fish on aluminum
foil.
CHICKEN
Quarters
or Pieces
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2Yz Ibs (1 kg.)
HI
55 Min. Total
PORK
Loln or Rlb Chops Yi’ (1.9 cm)
Sparerlbs
2Yz Ibs. (1 kg]
Ham Slice, fully cooked
1 lb. [.5 kg)
Sausage
Pattles - %” (1.3 cm)
Llnks - 10 oz. (.3 kg)
HI
15 Min.
12 Min.
HI
10 Min.
10 Min.
HI
6 Min.
7 Min.
ME:-HI
Turn every
minutes.
few
8 Min.
12 Min.
6 Min. Total
OTHER
Hot Dogs
Sandwiches,
foll wrapped
Potatoes, In foil or
cut Into pieces
Corn on the Cob,
foil wrapped
French Bread, foll wrapped
8
HI
HI
S Min. Total
18 Min. Total
Turn frequently.
HI
45 Min. Total
Wrap tightly.
HI
HI
30 Min. Total
10 Min. Total
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Foods cooked
on the grill can spatter. It is
important to clean all parts after each use.
See page 17.
The ceramic
rocks will darken with use.
Take the grill apart to clean and to remove
and store. Do not stack when storlng.
Most utensils safe for use on an outdoor grill
can be used with your Grill Module.
The heating element for the grill cleans itself.
Do not put In water.
Trim fats from meat before grilling to prevent
excessive smoke and flare-up. Meats which
normally
have a high fat content will produce more smoke and flare-up. Fat meats
cook faster than lean meats.
7. If meat begins to cook too quickly,
grill control knob to a lower setting.
turn the
4. Using the solid element module.
Use only flat-bottomed
utensils for best results and to prevent damage
to the cooktop.
Specialty items with rounded or ridged bottoms (woks, ridged bottom canners or tea
kettles) are not recommended.
Solid elements are made of heavy cast-iron to provide even
cooking. These elements hold heat longer than conventional
type surface units, For best
cooking results, use a HIGH setting for a very short period; then use a LOW setting to
complete
the cooking. Turn the element OFF a few minutes before you are finished cooking,
CAUTION: Elements stay hot for a long time. Do not leave pans on hot elements
when cooklng Is done. Burned food and damage
to the cookware
could result.
NOTE: A protective
limiter is built into each solid element. If pan bottoms are
not flat, It will sense uneven cooking temperatures
and automatically
reduce
heat setting. Thls will result in longer cooking times. See Cookware,
page 11.
Until you get used to the settings,
Use HI to start
cooking
or to bring
liquids to a boil.
When cooking
foods, turn to a
LO or MED-LO set-
tlng when sizzle
starts.
use the following
Use MED.HI to
hold a rapid boil
or to start frying
chicken
or pancakes. Turn to a
LO or BALD-10 settlng when sizzle
starts.
the
as a guide.
Use MED for gravy,
puddings
and
icings or to cook
large amounts of
vegetables.
Turn
to a LO setting to
finish cooklng.
Use MED-LO to
continue
cooking
after starting at
a higher setting.
Use LO to continue cooking
after
starting at a higher setting, to keep
food warm or to
melt chocolate
or
shortening.
5. Using the optional griddle module
The surface unit controls with the box indicator show which control should be used.
(Model RC8850XRH: The griddle module will only fit on the left side or center of the
cooktop).
Griddle In the Center
Griddle on the Lefl
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Left Front
Center Front
Before using the griddle
1. Wash, rinse and dry griddle.
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Rlghi Front
for the first time:
5. Ibrn OFF the element when cooking is finished. Leaving it ON
can damage
the griddle.
Use warm sudsy water.
DO NOT put griddlein
water.
DO NOT use metal scouring
pads or abrasive cleansers.
They will damage
the nonstick coating on the griddle.
Apprcxlmafe
grlddle
Preheat the griddle
2. Lightly wipe with c :ooking oil to
season. You don’t have to grease
the griddle every time you use it.
However, oil or butter adds flavoring and aids browining.
4. Add food. Use only nylon or
plasfic utensils. Metal can
scratch the non-stick coating.
cccklng
flmes
for 10 mlnufes on HI.
CONTROL
SmlNe
lFOOD
3. Preheat on HI, then switch to
desired setting.
6. Using
Griddle on the Rlghl
Smsoge PatlIes
HI
z%lde
Hamburger
Fish Slicks
Hot Dogs
Buns
French Wasf
GrIlled Sandwiches
Pancakes
Eggs
!EPHI
k
MEDHI
MED-HI
ME0
MEDHI
MED-HI
MEW-0
APPROXIMATE
coomen~~
sldel
8 Min.
3 Min.
6 Mln.
6 Min.
5 Min.
5 Min.
3 Min.
3 Min.
3 Min.
1Y~‘1-2
Mln.
3 Min.
sld.2
4 Min.
I-2 Min.
5-6 Min.
5 Min.
3-4 Min.
5 Mln.
Total
2-3 Min.
3 Min.
l-2 Min.
1 Min.
the optional rotisserie
Motor Socket
1.
Put one fork on the spit pointing
the handle.
away
2. Push spit through
meat so weight
anced around the center.
from
is bal-
3. Put the second fork on the spit pointing
ward the meat.
to-
4. Push both forks into the meat and tighten
thumbscrews.
the
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5. Push the pointed end of the spit all the way
into the motor socket.
6.
Put the handle end of the spit into the high or
low slot (to match the motor socket position)
of the Front Support.
7. Plug in the rotisserie motor and turn on the
Grill Module. See chart below for suggested
cooking times.
Appmximate
rotlssehe
cooking
times:
SElTlNG
SPIT
POSITION
Rolled Rlb Roast3Yz Ibs. (1.5 kg) Rare
HI
Hlgh
Rolled Rump Roast 3Yd Ibs (1.5 kg)
HI
High
2 hrs.
HI
High
3 hrs.
15 min.
HI
High
50 min.
HI
High
1 hr.
IO min.
HI
High
2 hrs.
30 min.
CCNTBCL
FCCD
COOKING
TIME
COMMENTS
BEEF
Meat with an outer
layer of fat may take
longer to cook.
1 hr.
55 mln.
PORK
Rolled Loln Roast 5 Ibs. (2 kg)
Sparerlbs
IYA Ibs. (I kg)
Canadlan
Bacon 2 Ibs. (1 kg)
LAMB
Rolled Leg 5 Ibs. [2 kg]
POULTRY
Chicken 21/rIbs. (I kg)
Turkey 6% Ibs. (2.5 kg)
High
1 hr.
High
45 min.
2 hrs.
Truss poultry tightly.
Run spit in at base on
the tail and diagonally through the cavity of the fork of the
wishbone.
If wlng tips
brown too rapidly,
cover them with foil.
45 min.
Duck 3% Ibs. (1.5 kg]
High
2 hrs.
15 min.
Cornlsh Hen 2-l lb. (1 kg)
Hlgh
2 hrs.
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o Use the hlgh spll posltlon for anylhlng over two Inches (5 cm] In dlameter.
. Turkeys bigger than B to 10 pounds should not be put on the rotisserie.
Roasl them In ihe oven.
7. cookware
Pans should
be the same size or larger than the elements
to prevent boilovers and hot handles.
contact between the pans
Only use pans wlit~ flat bottoms. Flat bottoms allow maximum
and the elements for fast, even cooking.
Pans with uneven
bottoms
or with raised patterns
on
the bottom are not suitable. Flatness of a pan can be checked
by placing an edge of a ruler
across
it. There
should
not be space
between
the ruler edge
USEtrivets, woks wllh skhts, or canners with conoave
and
the bottom
of the pan.
bottoms. See lllustratlons
below.
DO
NOT
Changing cooktop modules
The Cooktop Modules will work on either side or the center of the cooktops. NOTE: The
grill and grlddle module will fit only In the left side or center of the RCSS50XRH cooktop.
1.
To remove, lift slightly
by the handle.
2. With both hands, pull
module toward you to
unplug it.
3. Lift out and set aside.
1.
To replace,
use both
hands to line up the terminal with the receptacle.
2. Push terminal into place
until it’s plugged
in.
3. Lower the front with the
handle.
Grill
module
1. To remove, lift
off the grill.
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2.
Lift front of
heating element
and pull toward
you.
1. To replace,
2.
lower the
grease well
into opening
All grill parts must be cleaned
fat spoilage
and odors. See
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Put inbasket
with ceramic
rocks.
atter each
page 17.
;rill
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module
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will only fit on the left side
3. Lifl out basket
of ceramic
rocks.
3. Plug heating
element
terminal into
receptacle.
use to avoid excessive
smoke,
4. Lifi and remove the grease
well, being
careful not to
spill fat drippings.
4.
Place grills
over the heating element.
flare-ups,
Optional
(The griddle
griddle module
module
will only fit in the left side or center of the RC8850XRH cooktop.)
2.
I. To remove, lift
and remove
griddle cover.
Lift front
slightly by the
handle.
Terminal
2. Push griddle
into place until
it’s plugged
in.
1. To replace,
use
both hands to
line up the
terminal with
the receptacle.
Optional
The optional
3. With both
hands, pull
griddle toward
you to unplug it.
3. Slide so tabs on
the griddle fit
into the notches
on each side.
rotisserie
rotisserie
has 4 parts. It is used with the Grill Module
4. Lift out and
set aside.
4. Replace cover
only over clean,
cool griddle.
1. To install,
remove the grill
from the Grill
Module.
2. Insert rear sup-
5. Slide back to
lock. Tilt top
to level.
6. Put motor and pins through holes
port tabs into
slots at rear of
the Grill Module.
3. Slide forward
to lock. Tilt top
to level.
LowborRlon
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in rear support
at the high or low position.
4. Insert front
support tabs
into slots af
front of the
Grill Module.
Cleaning and caring for y(
Control panel and knobs
1.
Firstmakesure
knob straight
knobsaresetonOFF
off.
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3. Wash knobs in warm soapy
and dry.
then pull
wipe the panei.
water. Rinse well
Rinse and wipe
4. Push the knobs straight
they point to OFF.
back
dry.
on. Make
sure
Coil elements and reflector bowls
Removing
1.
Be sure controls
COOL.
are OFF and elements
are
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3. Pull the coil element
receptacle.
straight
away
from the
2. Lift the edge of the coil element opposite the
receptacle
just enough to clear the reflector
bowl.
4. Lift out the reflector
bowl
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Replacing
1. Be sure coil
elements
are OFF.
4. While pushing the coil element terminal into
the receptacle,
lift a little on the edge of the
unit nearest the receptacle.
2. Line up opening in the reflector
coil element receptacle.
bowl with the
5. When the terminal is pushed into the receptacle as far as it will go, the coil element will
fit into the reflector bowl.
3. Hold the coil element as level as possible
with the terminal
just started
into the
receptacle.
Reflector bowls reflect heat back to the
utensils on the coil elements. They also help
catch spills. When they are kept clean, they
reflect heat better and look new longer.
If a reflector bowl gets discolored,
some of
the utensils used may not be flat enough. Or
some may be too large for the coil element.
In either case, some of the heat that is meant
to go into or around a utensil goes down
and heats the reflector bowl. This extra heat
can discolor it.
Solid elements
Solid elements are not removable.
After
each use, wipe off the elements with a damp,
soft cloth and soapy water. Burned-on food
may be removed with a soapy scouring pad.
The red spot in the center of the elements will
gradually
wash off. This is normal and will
not affect the operation of the elements.
IMPORTANT:
AFTER EACH CLEANING,
HEAT ELEMENTS UNTIL DRY.
To darken elements or to remove rust spots caused by improper drying, apply
a thin coat of salt-free oil to the CCCL elements, then heat for 3-5 minutes. If
elements have dark spots, the oil treatment will improve their appearance
but
will not eliminate the spots.
The stainless steel spillrings will gradually
yellow from the heat of the elements
and pans. This is normal. The yellowing
can be removed by using stainless
steel cleaner on the spillrings.
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Cleaning cooktop
HOW TO CLEAN
PART
WHAT TO USE
Coil Element
Module
Heating Element
Do not clean.
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Reflector Bowls
Warm soapy water and plastic
scouring pad or dishwasher.
Grill Module
Grill
Warm soapy water
scouring pad.
Wash, rinse and dry well.
Do not use metal scouring
harsh cleansers.
pads
or
. Wash, rinse and dry well.
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scouring
harsh cleansers.
pads
or
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and plastic
Heating Element
Do not clean.
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Splatter Shield
Warm soapy
cloth.
water
and a sofl
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Grease Well and Frame
Warm soapy water and plastic
scouring pad.
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Solid Element
Heat Element
Warm soapy water and a soft
cloth.
Soapy scouring pad.
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Damp, soft cloth and
salt-free oil.
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Spillrings
Damp, sofl cloth and stainless
steel cleaner.
Griddle
Module
Rotisserie
Area Under
Modules
Warm soapy
cloth; plastic
water and a soft
scouring pad.
Rack and Spit
Warm soapy water
scouring pad.
and plastic
Motor
Warm soapy
cloth.
and a soft
Warm soapy
cloth.
water
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Control
Panel
Knobs
Soil burns off
Do not put in water.
Wash, rinse and dry well.
Use plastic scouring pad for stubborn
areas.
Wash, rinse and dry well.
Clean after each use.
Dishwasher
safe.
Clean after each use.
Scrub off burned on food. After each
cleaning,
heat elements until dry.
To darken elements or to remove rust
spots, apply thin coat of oil to the
COOL elements.
Heat for 3-5 minutes.
Oil treatment will improve appearance
of dark spots, but not eliminate
them.
Scrub stainless steel spillrings
cleaner to remove yellowing.
with
Do not put in water.
Clean after each use.
. Wash, rinse and dry well.
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scouring pads or
harsh cleansers.
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scouring pads if needed.
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apply thin coat of oil to
COOL griddle. Preheat on HI, then turn
to desired setting.
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Wash, rinse and dry well
Clean after each use.
Do not put in water.
Unplug before cleaning.
. Wipe clean after each use.
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water
and a soft
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Control
Soil burns off.
Do not put in water.
Warm soapy water
glass cleaner.
or spray
Warm soapy water
bristle brush.
and a soft
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Wash, rinse and dry well.
Do not pour water into the area.
Do not drip water Into receptacles.
Wash, rinse and dry well.
Follow directions
provided
l Wash, rinse
and dry well.
9 Do not soak.
with cleaner,
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If you need service or assistance,
we suggest you follow these four steps:
1. Before calling for assistance... Solid Elements
Performance
problems
often result from little
things you can find and fix yourself without tools
of any kind
if nothing operates:
l Is the cooktop
wired correctly to a live circuit
with the proper voltage?
(See installation
instructions.]
l Have
you checked
your home’s main fuses or
circuit breaker box?
if surface units will not operate:
l Have
you checked
your home’s marn fuses or
circuit breaker box?
l Are surface
units plugged
in all the way?
l Do the control
knobs turn?
if surface unit control knob or knobs
will not turn:
l Did you push in before
trying to turn?
if cooking results aren’t what you expected:
Surface Units
Is the cooktop level?
l Are you using
pans recommended
on page
II?
l Are the pans
the size called for in the recipe?
l Do the
cooking
utensils have smooth, flat
bottoms?
l Do the
cooking
utensils fit the surface unit
being used?
Grill
l Did you leave
space between the food items?
l Was the grill preheated
for the proper amount
of time?
l Was food
partially
frozen or very cold before
grilling? Cooking time will be longer.
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Did you use the HIGH setting for a very short
time, then use a LOW setting to complete
cooking?
l Are you using
heavy metal pans?
l Are you using
pans with flat bottoms?
if dark spots or rust appear
on elements:
l Apply
a thin coating of salt-free oil and heat
for 3-5 minutes. (See ‘Cleaning
and Caring for
Your Cooktop:’ pages 15 - 17 .)
if stainless steel spillrings
are yellowing:
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stainless
steel
cleaner
to remove
yellowing.
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2. If you need assistance*...
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service
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Continental
U.S. . . . . . . . . . . (800) 253-1301
Michigan
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 632-2243
Alaska 6r Hawaii
. . . . . . . . . (800) 253-1121
and talk with one of our trained Consultants. The
Consultant
can instruct you on how to obtain
satisfactory operation
from your appliance
or, if
service is necessary,
recommend
a qualified
service company
in your area.
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service
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service, anywhere
in the United States. To locate
TECH-CARE service in your area, call our CCOLLINE service assistance telephone
number (see
Step 2) or look in your telephone
directory
Yellow Pages under:
Call our COOL-LINE service
assistance
telephone number (see Step 2) and talk with one of
our Consultants, or if you prefer, write to:
Mr. Stephen E. Upton
Senior Vice President
Whirlpool Corporation
Administrative
Center
2000 US-33 North
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
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number, serial number, date of purchase, and a
complete
description
of the problem. This information is needed in order to better respond to
your request for assistance.
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