Maytag Gas Cooktops User`s guide

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GAS RANGE MODELS T2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Welcome ................................................................. 1
Safety Instructions ............................................... 1-4
Controls at a Glance ............................................ 5-8
Surface Cooking ................................................ 9-10○
Surface Controls ............................................... 9
Cooktop .......................................................... 10
Oven Operation................................................ 11-16
Baking and Roasting ................................. 11-12
Oven Fans....................................................... 11
Baking Chart .................................................. 12
Oven Vent & Light ......................................... 13
Oven Racks .................................................... 14
Broiling .......................................................... 15
Clock Controlled
Oven Cooking .......................................... 16
Care and Cleaning ........................................... 17-20
Self-Clean Oven ........................................ 17-18
Cleaning Chart .......................................... 19-20
Maintenance .................................................... 21-23
Before You Call for Service ............................. 24-26
Warranty ............................................................... 27
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KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
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Model: • MGR5870, MGS5770, MGS5870
Welcome
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
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Congratulations on your choice of a Maytag gas range. Your
complete satisfaction is very important to us.
Read and follow all instructions before using this appliance to prevent the potential risk of fire, electric shock,
personal injury or damage to the appliance as a result of
improper usage of the appliance.
Read this user’s guide carefully. It is intended to help you
operate and maintain your new range.
In addition, you will find a booklet entitled “Cooking Made
Simple.” It contains information on selecting cookware and
provides baking, roasting and broiling tips.
WARNING: If the information in this
manual is not followed exactly, a fire or
explosion may result causing property
damage, personal injury or death.
Save time and money. Check the “Before You Call” section
of this guide. It lists causes of minor operating problems that
you can correct yourself.
However, should you need service, it is helpful to have the
model and serial numbers available. This information can be
found on the data plate located on the storage drawer frame.
– Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any appliance.
These numbers are also on the Product Registration card that
came with your appliance. Before sending in this card, record
these numbers along with the purchase date below.
– WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
• Do not try to light any appliance.
Model Number
• Do not touch any electrical switch.
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Serial Number
• Do not use any phone in your
building.
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Date of Purchase
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• Immediately call your gas supplier
from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the
gas supplier’s instructions.
IMPORTANT: Keep this guide and the sales receipt in a
safe place for future reference. Proof of original purchase
date is needed for warranty service.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier,
call the fire department.
If you have questions, write us (include your model number
and phone number) or call:
– Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service
agency or the gas supplier.
Maytag Appliances Sales Company
Attn: CAIRSM Center
P.O. Box 2370
Cleveland, TN 37320-2370
1-800-688-9900 (USA)
1-800-688-2002 (CANADA)
1-800-688-2080 ( U.S. TTY for deaf, hearing
impaired or speech impaired)
(Mon. - Fri., 8 am-8 pm Eastern Time)
Internet: http://www.maytag.com
To ensure proper and safe operation: Appliance must
be properly installed and grounded by a qualified installer.
Have the installer show you the location of the gas shut off
valve and how to shut it off in an emergency.
Always disconnect power to appliance before servicing.
To ensure proper operation and avoid possible injury or
damage to unit do not attempt to adjust, repair, service, or
replace any part of your appliance unless it is specifically
recommended in this guide. All other servicing should be
referred to a qualified servicer.
For service information, see page 26.
NOTE: In our continuing effort to improve the quality
and performance of our cooking products, it may be
necessary to make changes to the appliance without
revising this guide.
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General Instructions
To eliminate the hazard of reaching over hot surface burners, cabinet storage should not be provided directly above
a unit. If storage is provided, it should be limited to items
which are used infrequently and which are safely stored
in an area subjected to heat from an appliance. Temperatures may be unsafe for some items, such as volatile liquids, cleaners or aerosol sprays.
WARNING
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ALL RANGES CAN TIP AND
CAUSE INJURIES TO
PERSONS
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INSTALL ANTI-TIP DEVICE
PACKED WITH RANGE
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FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
In Case of Fire
WARNING: To reduce risk of tipping of the appliance from
abnormal usage or by excessive loading of the oven door, the
appliance must be secured by a properly installed anti-tip device.
Turn off appliance and ventilating
hood to avoid spreading the flame.
Extinguish flame then turn on hood
to remove smoke and odor.
To check if device is properly installed, remove storage drawer
and look underneath range to make sure one of the rear leveling legs is properly engaged in the bracket slot. The anti-tip
device secures the rear leveling leg to the floor when properly
engaged. You should check this anytime the range has been
moved.
Use dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher or baking soda
to smother fire or flame. Never use water on a grease fire.
If fire is in the oven or broiler pan, smother by closing
oven door.
If fire is in a pan on the surface burner, cover pan with lid
or cookie sheet. NEVER attempt to pick up or move a
flaming pan.
To Prevent Fire or Smoke Damage
Be sure all packing materials are removed from the appliance
before operating it.
Child Safety
Keep area around appliance clear and free from combustible
materials, gasoline, and other flammable vapors and materials.
NEVER leave children alone or unsupervised near the appliance when
it is in use or is still hot.
If appliance is installed near a window, proper precautions
should be taken to prevent curtains from blowing over burners.
NEVER allow children to sit or stand
on any part of the appliance as they
could be injured or burned.
NEVER leave any items on the cooktop. The hot air from the
vent may ignite flammable items and may increase pressure in
closed containers which may cause them to burst.
Children must be taught that the appliance and utensils in
it can be hot. Let hot utensils cool in a safe place, out of
reach of small children. Children should be taught that an
appliance is not a toy. Children should not be allowed to
play with controls or other parts of the unit.
Many aerosol-type spray cans are EXPLOSIVE when exposed
to heat and may be highly flammable. Avoid their use or storage near an appliance.
CAUTION: NEVER store items of
interest to children in cabinets above
an appliance or on backguard of a
range. Children climbing on the appliance door to reach items could be seriously injured.
Many plastics are vulnerable to heat. Keep plastics away from
parts of the appliance that may become warm or hot. Do not
leave plastic items on the cooktop as they may melt or soften
if left too close to the vent or a lighted surface burner.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
About Your Appliance
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NEVER heat an unopened container on the surface burner
or in the oven. Pressure build-up may cause container to
burst resulting in serious personal injury or damage to the
appliance.
NEVER use appliance as a space heater to
heat or warm a room to prevent potential
hazard to the user and damage to the appliance. Also, do not use the cooktop or oven
as a storage area for food or cooking utensils.
Use dry, sturdy potholders. Damp potholders may cause burns from steam.
Dishtowels or other substitutes should
never be used as potholders because
they can trail across hot surface burners and ignite or get caught on appliance parts.
Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air by
blocking the oven vent or air intakes. Restriction of air flow
to the burner prevents proper performance and increases carbon monoxide emission to unsafe levels.
Always let quantities of hot fat used for deep fat frying
cool before attempting to move or handle.
Avoid touching oven vent area while oven is on and for several minutes after oven is turned off. Some parts of the vent
and surrounding area become hot enough to cause burns. After oven is turned off, do not touch the oven vent or surrounding areas until they have had sufficient time to cool.
Do not let cooking grease or other flammable materials
accumulate in or near the appliance, hood or vent fan. Clean
hood frequently to prevent grease from accumulating on
hood or filter. When flaming foods under the hood turn the
fan on.
WARNING: NEVER use appliance door,
or drawer, if equipped, as a step stool or seat
as this may result in possible tipping of the
appliance, damage to the appliance, and serious injuries.
NEVER wear garments made of flammable material or loose fitting or longsleeved apparel while cooking. Clothing
may ignite or catch utensil handles.
Do not touch a hot oven light bulb with a damp cloth as the
bulb could break. Should the bulb break, disconnect power to
the appliance before removing bulb to avoid electrical shock.
Always place oven racks in the desired positions while oven
is cool. Slide oven rack out to add or remove food, using
dry, sturdy potholders. Always avoid reaching into the oven
to add or remove food. If a rack must be moved while hot,
use a dry potholder. Always turn the
oven off at the end of cooking.
Cooking Safety
Always place a pan on a surface burner before turning it on.
Be sure you know which knob controls which surface burner.
Make sure the correct burner is turned on and that the burner
has ignited. When cooking is completed, turn burner off before removing pan to prevent exposure to burner flame.
Use care when opening the oven door.
Let hot air or steam escape before moving or replacing food.
PREPARED FOOD WARNING: Follow food
manufacturer’s instructions. If a plastic frozen food container and/or its cover distorts, warps, or is otherwise damaged during cooking, immediately discard the food and its
container. The food could be contaminated.
Always adjust surface burner flame so that it does not extend
beyond the bottom edge of the pan. An excessive flame is
hazardous, wastes energy and may damage the appliance, pan
or cabinets above the appliance.
NEVER leave a surface cooking operation unattended especially when using a
high heat setting or when deep fat frying.
Boilovers cause smoking and greasy
spillovers may ignite. Clean up greasy
spills as soon as possible. Do not use high
heat for extended cooking operations.
Utensil Safety
Use pans with flat bottoms and handles that are easily
grasped and stay cool. Avoid using unstable, warped, easily tipped or loose-handled pans. Also avoid using pans,
especially small pans, with heavy handles as they could be
unstable and easily tip. Pans that are heavy to move when
filled with food may also be hazardous.
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Self-Clean Oven
Be sure utensil is large enough to properly contain food and
avoid boilovers. Pan size is particularly important in deep fat
frying. Be sure pan will accommodate the volume of food that
is to be added as well as the bubble action of fat.
Clean only parts listed in this guide.
Do not clean door gasket. The door
gasket is essential for a good seal.
Care should be taken not to rub, damage, or move the gasket. Do not use
oven cleaners of any kind in or around
any part of the self-clean oven.
To minimize burns, ignition of flammable
materials and spillage due to unintentional
contact with the utensil, do not extend
handles over adjacent surface burners. Always turn pan handles toward the side or
back of the appliance, not out into the room
where they are easily hit or reached by
small children.
Before self-cleaning the oven, remove broiler pan, oven
racks and other utensils and wipe up excessive spillovers
to prevent excessive smoke, flare-ups or flaming. CAUTION: Do not leave food or cooking utensils, etc. in the
oven during the self-clean cycle.
Never let a pan boil dry as this could damage the utensil and
the appliance.
Slide-in ranges feature a cooling fan which operates automatically during a clean cycle. If the fan does not turn
on, cancel the clean operation and contact an authorized
servicer.
Follow the manufacturer’s directions when using oven cooking bags.
It is normal for the cooktop of the range to become hot
during a self-clean cycle. Therefore, touching the cooktop
during a clean cycle should be avoided.
Only certain types of glass, glass/ceramic, ceramic or glazed
utensils are suitable for cooktop or oven usage without breaking due to the sudden change in temperature. Follow
manufacturer’s instructions when using glass.
Important Safety Notice and Warning
This appliance has been tested for safe performance using conventional cookware. Do not use any devices or accessories that
are not specifically recommended in this guide. Do not use
eyelid covers for the surface units, stovetop grills, or add-on
oven convection systems. The use of devices or accessories
that are not expressly recommended in this manual can create
serious safety hazards, result in performance problems, and
reduce the life of the components of the appliance.
The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (Proposition 65) requires the Governor
of California to publish a list of substances known to the
State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm,
and requires businesses to warn customers of potential
exposures to such substances.
Users of this appliance are hereby warned that the burning of gas can result in low-level exposure to some of the
listed substances, including benzene, formaldehyde and
soot, due primarily to the incomplete combustion of natural gas or liquid petroleum (LP) fuels. Properly adjusted
burners will minimize incomplete combustion. Exposure
to these substances can also be minimized by properly
venting the burners to the outdoors.
Cleaning Safety
Turn off all controls and wait for appliance parts to cool before
touching or cleaning them. Do not touch the burner grates or
surrounding areas until they have had sufficient time to cool.
Clean appliance with caution. Use care to avoid steam burns if
a wet sponge or cloth is used to wipe spills on a hot surface.
Some cleaners can produce noxious fumes if applied to a hot
surface.
IMPORTANT: Never keep pet birds in the kitchen or in
rooms where the fumes from the kitchen could reach.
Birds have a very sensitive respiratory system. Fumes
released during an oven self-cleaning cycle may be harmful or fatal to birds. Fumes released due to overheated
cooking oil, fat, margarine and overheated non-stick
cookware may be equally harmful.
Save These Instructions for Future Reference
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Controls at a Glance
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The control panel is designed for ease in programming. The display window on the electronic control shows time of day,
timer and oven functions. Indicator words flash to prompt your programming steps.
CONVECT BAKE
00:00
HR
0
000 °
PRESET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
BAKE
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
BAKE
BROIL
CLEAN
COOK
TIME
STOP
TIME
CONTROL
LOCK
CLOCK
TIMER
CANCEL
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NOTE: Styling and features may differ slightly depending on the model. Control panel shown above includes Convect
Bake feature.
Function Pads
BAKE Pad
• Press the desired pad.
• Press the Preset (0) pad or the appropriate number pads to
enter time or temperature.
• A beep will sound when any pad is touched.
• A double beep will sound if a programming error occurs.
Use for conventional baking or roasting.
1. Press BAKE pad.
2. Press PRESET (0) pad for 350°F. Each additional press
of the Preset (0) pad will raise the temperature 25°. Or,
press the appropriate number pads for desired temperature.
NOTE: Four seconds after entering the number, the time or
temperature will automatically be entered. If more than 30
seconds elapse between touching a function pad and the
number pads, the function will be canceled and the display
will return to the previous display.
See page 11 for additional information.
BROIL Pad
Numbers
Use for top browning and broiling.
Use to set time or temperature.
1. Press BROIL pad.
CANCEL Pad
2. Press PRESET (0) pad for HI broil, press again for LO
broil, or press the appropriate number pads to set desired broil temperature.
Use to cancel all programming except Clock and Timer
functions.
See page 15 for additional information.
CONVECT BAKE Pad (select models)
CLEAN Pad
Use for convection baking or roasting.
Use to set self-clean cycle.
1. Press CONVECT BAKE pad.
1. Press CLEAN pad.
2. Press PRESET (0) pad for 325°F. Each additional press
of the Preset (0) pad will raise the temperature 25°. Or,
press the appropriate number pads for desired temperature.
2. Press PRESET (0) pad for “3:00” hours of cleaning time.
3. If more or less cleaning is desired, press the appropriate
number pads. Cleaning time may be set between 2 and 4
hours.
See page 11 for additional information.
See pages 17-18 for additional information.
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COOK TIME /STOP TIME Pads
Setting the Timer
Use to program the oven to start and stop automatically.
Use to set and then signal the completion of a time period
up to 99 hours and 59 minutes (99:59).
1. Press BAKE or CONVECT BAKE (select models) pad.
Press the appropriate number pads for desired temperature.
The timer can be used independently of any other oven
activity and can be set while another oven function is
operating. THE TIMER DOES NOT CONTROL THE
OVEN.
2. Press COOK TIME pad. Press the appropriate number
pads to enter cooking time in hours and minutes.
3. To delay the start of cooking, press STOP TIME pad. Press
the appropriate number pads to enter the time you want the
oven to stop.
1. Press TIMER pad.
• The indicator word TIMER will flash and “0HR:00”
appears in the display.
See page 16 for additional information.
2. Press the appropriate number pads until the desired
number of minutes or hours and minutes appear in the
display.
CONTROL LOCK Pad
The touch pads on the control can be locked to prevent unwanted use. They will not function when locked. The current
time of day will remain in the display when this feature is
activated.
Example: To set the Timer for 5 minutes, press the
TIMER pad and the number 5 pad. The control will
begin countdown after a four second delay.
If an oven function is currently being used, the controls cannot
be locked.
0 :05
HR
BAKE
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
To set: Press CONTROL LOCK pad for several seconds. A
single beep will sound when control is locked.
Example: To set the Timer for 1 hour and 30 minutes,
press the TIMER pad and the numbers 1,3,0 pads. The
control will begin countdown after a four second delay.
If any pad is pressed when Control Lock is activated, OFF will
appear in the display for 15 seconds.
To restore: Press and hold the CONTROL LOCK pad for
several seconds. The indicator word OFF will disappear.
1 :30
HR
BAKE
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
Setting the Clock
1. Press CLOCK pad.
3. The last minute of the countdown will be displayed as
seconds.
• The indicator word TIME will flash in the display.
4. At the end of the time set, one long beep will sound and
“End” will appear in the display. To change the number
of timer reminder signals, see page 7.
2. Press the appropriate number pads until the correct time of
day appears in the display.
When electrical power is supplied or after a power interruption,
the last clock time before power was interrupted will flash.
To cancel:
To recall the time of day when another time function is
showing, press the CLOCK pad.
1. Press and hold TIMER pad for several seconds. The
time of day will reappear.
Clock time cannot be changed when the oven has been programmed for clock controlled cooking, self-clean or delayed
self-clean.
OR
2. Press the TIMER pad and the “0” number pad. After a
slight delay the time of day will reappear.
NOTE: Pressing CANCEL pad to cancel the timer will
cancel ALL selected oven functions except the timer.
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Controls at a Glance
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Control Options
Timer Beep Options
Setting Clock Controlled
Oven Cooking Beeps
You have a choice of three “end of timer” reminder
signals:
1. Press COOK TIME and CANCEL pads at the same
time and hold for several seconds.
Option 1: One beep at the end of the timer operation, then,
one beep every 30 seconds for the next five minutes or until
the CANCEL pad is pressed.
• A single beep will sound.
• Display will show the indicator word COOK and the
Option 2: One beep at the end of the timer operation, then,
one beep every minute for the next 12 hours or until the
CANCEL pad is pressed.
current option – 1, 2, or 3.
2. Press the appropriate number pad (1, 2, or 3) to select the
option you wish. The current time of day will reappear
in the display after four seconds.
Option 3 (default option): One beep at the end of the timer
operation, then, no other beeps.
Setting the Timer Beeps
Cancel Clock Display Option
1. Press the TIMER and CANCEL pads at the same time
and hold for several seconds.
If you prefer that the time of day not be displayed when the
oven is not operating:
• A single beep will sound.
1. Press CLOCK and CANCEL pads at the same time and
hold for several seconds. The time of day will disappear
in the display.
• Display will show the indicator word TIMER
and the current option – 1, 2, or 3.
2. Press the appropriate number pad (1, 2, or 3) to select the
option you wish. The current time of day will reappear in
the display after four seconds.
2. Press CLOCK pad to briefly recall the time of day, if
desired. The time of day will appear in the display for
four seconds.
To restore: Press the CLOCK and CANCEL pads at the
same time and hold for several seconds. The time of day
will reappear in the display.
Clock Controlled Oven
Cooking Beep Options
You have a choice of three “end of timed cook” reminder
signals for programmed cooking:
Automatic Oven Turn Off/Sabbath
Mode Option
Option 1 (default option): Four beeps at the end of cooking
then, one beep every 30 seconds for the next five minutes or
until the CANCEL pad is pressed.
The oven will automatically turn off after 12 hours, if you
accidentally leave it on. You may deactivate this feature,
if desired.
Option 2: Four beeps at the end of cooking, then, one beep
every minute for the next 12 hours or until the CANCEL pad
is pressed.
To Eliminate 12 Hour Turn Off
1. Press the CLOCK pad and hold for several seconds until
“12” appears in the display. The indicator word TIME
will flash in the display.
Option 3: Four beeps at the end of cooking, then, no other
beeps.
2. Press any number pad until 8888 appears in the display.
Current time of day will reappear after four seconds.
To restore: Press the CLOCK pad and hold for several
seconds until 8888 appears. Press “1” number pad. “12”
will appear briefly in the display followed by the current
time of day.
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Oven Temperature Adjustment Option
• If the oven temperature was previously adjusted, the
change will be displayed. For example, if the oven
temperature was reduced by 15°, the display will
show -15°.
If you think the oven should be hotter or cooler, you can adjust
it yourself. To decide how much to change the oven temperature, set the temperature 25°F higher or lower than the temperature in your recipe, then bake. The results of the “test” should
give you an idea of how much to adjust the temperature.
5. When you have made the adjustment, press the
CANCEL pad and the time of day will reappear in the
display. The oven will now bake at the adjusted
temperature.
To adjust the oven temperature:
1. Press the BAKE pad.
2. Enter 550° by pressing the number pads “5, 5, 0”.
NOTE: Do not change the temperature setting more than
10° at a time before testing the oven.
3. Press and hold the BAKE pad for several seconds until 0°
appears in the display.
It is not necessary to readjust the oven temperature if there
is a power interruption. This adjustment will not affect
broil or clean temperatures.
4. Press any number pad to change the temperature. Each time
a pad is pressed, the temperature changes by 5°F.
• Press repeatedly to reach +35°F. Continue pressing
to reduce the temperature up to -35°F.
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Surface Cooking
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Surface Controls
2. Push in and turn the knob counterclockwise to the
LIGHT setting.
CAUTIONS:
the burner off. If a strong gas odor is detected, open a
window and wait five minutes before relighting the
burner.
• A clicking (spark) sound will be heard and the burner
will light. (All four ignitors will spark when any
surface burner knob is turned to the LIGHT position.)
• Be sure all surface controls are set in the OFF position
3. After the burner lights, turn knob to desired flame size.
• If flame should go out during a cooking operation, turn
prior to supplying gas to the range.
• The ignitor will continue to spark until the knob is
turned past the LIGHT position.
• NEVER touch cooktop until it has cooled. Expect some
parts of the cooktop, especially around the burners, to
become warm or hot during cooking. Use potholders to
protect hands.
Suggested Heat Settings
The size and type of cookware will affect the heat setting.
For information on cookware and other factors affecting
heat settings, refer to “Cooking Made Simple” booklet.
Pilotless Ignition
BURNER HEAD
CAP
AND REMOVABLE CAP
Pilotless ignition eliminates the need for a
constant standing pilot light. PORTS
Each surface
IGNITOR
burner has a spark igniPORT BELOW IGNITOR
tor. Use care when cleaning around the surface burner. If cleaning cloth should catch
the ignitor, it could be damaged, preventing ignition.
Setting
Uses
OFF
LIG
HT
HIGH
HIGH
If the surface burner does not light, check if ignitor is broken,
soiled or wet. If clogged, clean the small port beneath the
ignitor using straight pin.
LOW
LOW
LIG
HT
OFF
HIGH
Surface Control Knobs
An intermediate flame size is used to
continue cooking. Food will not cook
any faster when a higher flame
setting is used than needed to
maintain a gentle boil. Water boils at
the same temperature whether
boiling gently or vigorously.
Use LOW to simmer foods, keep
foods warm and melt chocolate or
butter.
OFF
LIG
HT
Use to turn on the surface burners. An infinite choice of heat
settings is available from LOW
to HIGH. At the HIGH setting a
Slide-In
Free-Standing
detent or notch may be felt. The
knobs can be set on or between any of the settings.
HIGH
LOW
Use HIGH to bring liquid to a boil,
or reach pressure in a pressure cooker.
Always reduce setting to a lower
heat when liquids begin to boil or
foods begin to cook.
LOW
Graphics next to the knob identify which
burner the knob controls. For example, the
graphic at right shows the right front burner
location.
Operating During a Power Failure
1. Hold a lighted match to the desired surface burner head.
or
2. Push in and turn the control knob slowly to LIGHT.
RIGHT
3. Adjust the flame to the desired level.
CAUTION: When lighting the surface burners,
be sure all of the controls are in the OFF position. Strike
the match first and hold it in position before turning the
knob to LIGHT.
Setting the Controls
1. Place a pan on the burner grate.
• The burner flame may lift off or appear separated from
the port if a pan is not placed on the grate.
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Cooktop
To prevent the cooktop from discoloring or staining:
• Clean cooktop after each use.
• Wipe acid or sugar spills as soon as the cooktop has
cooled as these spills may discolor the porcelain.
The cooktop is designed
with two contoured wells
with removable porcelain
covered drip pans to contain spills. (See page 20
for cleaning directions.)
Burner Grates
The grates must be properly positioned before
cooking. Improper installation of the grates
may result in chipping
of the cooktop.
Do not operate the burners without a pan on the grate.
The grate’s porcelain finish may chip without a pan to
absorb the heat from the burner flame.
Drip Pan
Unlike a range with standard gas burners,
this cooktop does not lift-up nor is it
removable. Do not attempt to lift the
cooktop for any reason.
Although the burner grates are durable, they will gradually
lose their shine and/or discolor, due to the high temperatures
of the gas flame.
NOTES . . .
• A properly adjusted burner with clean ports will light
Sealed Burners
within a few seconds. If using natural gas, the flame
will be blue with a deeper blue inner cone.
The sealed burners of your range are secured to the cooktop
and are not designed to be removed. Since the burners are
sealed into the cooktop, boilovers or spills will not seep
underneath the cooktop.
If the burner flame is yellow or is noisy, the air/gas
mixture may be incorrect. Contact a service technician
to adjust. (Adjustments are not covered by the warranty.)
However, the burner heads should be cleaned after each use.
The head portion of the burner has a removable cap that is
easily removed for cleaning. (See page 19 for cleaning
directions.)
The burner will operate effectively with or without the burner
cap.
High Performance Burner(s) (12,000 BTU*)
There are one or two high speed burners on your range.
Ranges with one high speed burner have the
POWER
burner located in the right front position. BOOST
Ranges with two high speed burners have the
burners located in the right front and left rear
or
positions. These burners offer higher speed cooking that can be used to quickly bring water to a boil
and for large-quantity cooking.
Simmer Burner (select models)
With LP gas, some yellow tips on the flames are
acceptable. This is normal and adjustment is not
necessary.
• With some types of gas, you may hear a “popping”
sound when the surface burner is turned off. This is a
normal operating sound of the burner.
• If the control knob is turned very quickly from HIGH
to LOW, the flame may go out, particularly if the
burner is cold. If this occurs, turn the knob to the OFF
position, wait several seconds and relight the burner.
• Refer to page 23 to adjust the LOW setting, if needed.
• The flame should be adjusted so it does not extend
beyond the edge of the pan.
POWER
BOOST
Select range models offer one simmer burner. This
burner is located in the right rear position. The
SIMMER simmer burner offers a lower BTU flame for delicate sauces or melting chocolate.
* BTU ratings will vary when using LP gas.
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Pilotless Ignition
3. Press the PRESET (0) pad to set 350°F automatically.
When convection cooking, 325°F will be automatically set when PRESET (0) is pressed. Or press the
appropriate number pads for the desired oven temperature.
Your range is equipped with pilotless ignition. With this type
of ignition system, the gas automatically shuts off and the oven
will not operate during a power failure.
A lighted match will not light the oven burner. No attempt
should be made to operate the oven during a power failure.
• The temperature can be set from 100°F to 550°F.
• There will be a four second delay before oven turns
on. When the oven turns on:
– The bake icon (top and bottom bars) will light.
– A red preheat indicator will light.
– 100°F or the actual oven temperature will appear
in the display.
– When convection cooking, the fan icon will
begin to rotate.
Even Heat Assist
(select models)
Select models are equipped with a 110V
electric top element to insure even
browning during baking and roasting.
PREHEAT
INDICATOR
Oven Fan(s)
05:30 1 0 0 °
A cooling fan is featured on slide-in ranges to protect the clock and
oven controls. The fan automatically turns on whenever the oven
is set for a broiling or cleaning operation. The fan will also turn on
during some baking operations. When the oven is turned off and
has cooled, the cooling fan will automatically turn off.
A convection fan (select models) is used to circulate hot air in the
oven when the convection feature is selected. It automatically
turns on whenever the CONVECT pad is pressed and will turn off
when CONVECT is canceled.
HR
BAKE
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
• The temperature in the display will increase in 5°
increments until the oven reaches the preset temperature.
4. Allow 7-14 minutes for the oven to preheat.
• A single beep will indicate that the oven is
preheated.
NOTE: The convection fan will automatically stop whenever the
oven door is opened.
• The preheat indicator will turn off.
Setting the Controls for Baking, Roasting,
and Convection* Baking and Roasting
05:40 3 5 0 °
HR
BAKE
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
*Convection cooking available on select models only.
1. Place oven racks on proper rack positions. (See page 14.)
BAKE
SYMBOL
5. Check cooking progress at the minimum cooking time.
Cook longer if needed.
2. Press BAKE or CONVECT BAKE pad.
6. Press CANCEL pad and remove food from oven.
• BAKE will flash in the display.
• 000 and the oven icon
• Time of day will reappear in the display.
will light in the display.
NOTE: If you forget to turn off the oven, it will
automatically turn off at the end of 12 hours.
To deactivate this feature, see pg.7.
05:30 0 0 0 °
HR
BAKE
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
• When convection cooking is selected, a fan icon
also appear.
will
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Cooking Chart for Convenience Foods
NOTES . . .
• Press the BAKE or CONVECT BAKE pad to recall
the preselected temperature during preheat.
• To change oven temperature during 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 between pressing a
function pad and pressing a number pad, the display
will return to the previous display.
• As a general rule, when convection baking (select
models), set the oven temperature 25°F lower than
the conventional recipe or prepared mix directions.
Baking time will be the same to a few minutes less
than directions. (See Baking Chart next column.)
• When convection roasting (select models), roasting
times are generally 25-30% less. (Maintain conventional roasting temperatures.)
• See roasting chart in “Cooking Made Simple” booklet
for recommended roasting temperature and times, and
additional baking and convection cooking tips.
• You may find that the cooking times and temperatures
vary slightly from your old oven. This is normal. Every
oven has its own characteristics.
• During some extended oven cooking operations, you
may hear a “popping” sound when the oven burner
cycles. This is normal.
• The convection fan (select models) turns on five
minutes after the oven comes on. This is normal.
Convection Cooking of Frozen
Convenience Foods (select models)
• Preheating the oven is not necessary.
• Follow package recommendations for oven temperature, foil covering and the use of cookie sheets. Cooking
times will be similar. (See chart above right for some
exceptions.)
• Most foods are cooked on rack position #3.
• For multiple rack cooking with convection, use racks
#2 and 4 or #1, 3 and 5. Pizzas should be placed on
cookie sheets.
Convect Bake
Oven Not Preheated
Frozen
Convenience Foods
Fish Sticks
French Fries
Pizza
Rack
Position
3
3
3
Temp. ° F
400°
450°
400°
Minutes *
13-18
15-25
13-18
* The times given are based on specific brands of mixes or recipes
tested. Actual times will depend on the ones you cook.
Baking Chart
Convect Bake Conventional Bake
(select models)
Product & Type
Cake
Layer - 9", 2 Pans
Sheet - 9x13"
Angel Food -Tube
Pie
Two Crust, - 9"
Fruit, Fresh
One Crust - 9"
Custard, Fresh
Rack Preheated
Preheated
(°F)
Min.*
Position (°F)** Min.*
3
3
2
325°
325°
350°
20-25
26-30
28-40
350°
350°
375°
28-33
30-40
30-42
3
350°-400° 45-60 375°-425° 45-60
1
325°-375° 35-45 350°-400° 45-60
Cookies
Chocolate Chip
Sugar
Brownies - 9x13"
3
3
3
325°-350° 6-10 350°-375° 8-12
325°-375° 4-8 350-400° 7-11
325° 20-26
350°
25-35
Breads - Yeast
Loaf - 9x5"
Rolls
2
3
350° 17-23
375°
20-30
350°-375° 7-12 375°-400° 9-16
Breads - Quick
Loaf - 8x4"
Biscuits
Muffins
2
3
3
325°-350° 35-50 350°-375° 50-60
375°-400° 7-11 400°-425° 8-15
350°-400° 15-20 375°-425° 15-25
Vegetables
Potatoes (med.)
Do not wrap in
foil, prick with
fork.
Squash
3
3
400°
325°
45-50
45-55
425°
350°
55-65
55-65
* The times given are based on specific brands of mixes or recipes
tested. Actual times will depend on the ones you bake.
** The Convect Bake temperature is 25°F lower than recommended on package mix or recipe.
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Oven Vent
Oven Light
When the oven is in use the area near the vent may feel
warm or hot to the touch. Never block the vent opening.
The oven light automatically comes on when the
oven door is opened. When the door is closed, press
the rocker switch on the control panel to turn the
light on or off.
On free-standing ranges, the oven vent is located at the base
of the control panel.
On slide-in ranges, the vent is located at the rear of the
cooking surface.
Oven Bottom
Protect oven bottom against spillovers, especially acid or
sugary spills, as they may discolor the porcelain enamel.
Use the correct pan size to avoid spillovers and boilovers.
Do not place aluminum foil directly on the oven bottom.
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Oven Racks
CAUTION: Do not attempt to change the rack position when the oven is hot.
Convection ranges are equipped with three racks. Conventional
ranges are equipped with two
racks. The racks are designed
with a lock-stop edge.
Half Rack
To remove: Pull rack straight
out until it stops at the lock-stop
position; lift up on the front of
the rack and pull out.
To replace: Place rack on the rack support in the oven; tilt the
front end up slightly; slide rack back until it clears the lock-stop
position; lower front and slide back into the oven.
Do not cover an entire rack with aluminum foil or place foil
on the oven bottom. Baking results will be affected and
damage may occur to the oven bottom.
Rack Positions
The Half Rack Accessory
provides space for a vegeSupport
table dish when a large
roaster is on the lower rack.
Tabs
To install in oven:
1. Always install half rack
when oven is cool.
Front
2. To install, grasp top center of the half rack. Align the
side arm support between the top fourth and fifth oven
rack guides. Insert the two tabs on the back frame of the
half rack into the slots on the upper left rear of the oven
wall.
3. Push firmly on the top surface of the half rack until the
tabs slide into the slots and the half rack side arm
support rests on the fourth oven rack guide.
RACK 5 (highest position):
For toasting bread or broiling thin, non-fatty foods.
RACK 4:
Used for most broiling.
ROASTING POSITION:
Used for roasting taller cuts of
meat or turkey. Place both oven
racks, one above the other, on
the raised sides of the oven bottom.
4. Check for proper installation by placing your hand on
the top surface of the half rack and pressing down
firmly.
Three rack convection baking.
(select models)
RACK 3:
Used for most baked goods on a cookie sheet or jelly roll
pan, layer cakes, fruit pies, or frozen convenience foods.
To remove from the oven:
When the oven is cool, grasp the top
center of the half rack and pull upward until the back tabs on the rack
slide out of the oven back slots.
RACK 2:
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 souffles or angel food cake.
NOTES . . .
• Do not use cookware that extends beyond edge of rack.
• For best results, allow two inches between the pan
placed on the rack and the oven side wall.
• When opening the oven door, allow steam and hot air to
escape before reaching into the oven to remove food.
• Use caution when removing items from the half rack to
avoid burns.
• Carefully remove items from the lower rack to avoid
disturbing the half rack.
Multiple Rack Cooking:
Two rack: (select models with convection baking
and all conventional baking)
Use rack positions 2 and 4, or 1 and 4.
Three rack: (Convection baking only, select models)
Use rack positions 1, 3 and 5 (see illustration above).
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Broiling
For best results, use a pan designed for broiling.
For additional broiling tips, refer to the “Cooking Made
Simple” booklet.
4. Place food in oven. Close oven door and cook according
to the following Broiling Chart.
5. Press CANCEL pad. Remove food and broiler pan
from the oven. Time of day will reappear in the display.
Even Heat Assist (select models)
Broiling Chart
Select ranges are equipped with a
110V electric top element which surrounds the broiler burner. This element enhances broiler performance
by providing more even heat to improve overall browning.
Rack*
Position
Broil
Setting
4
3
HI
HI
9-10
10-12
6-9
9-11
4
HI
8-10
6-8
Pork
Chops (1")
Ham Slice (1/2”)
4
4
HI
HI
12-14
4-5
10-12
3-5
Poultry
Pieces
3
LO
18-20
12-15
Seafood
Fish Steaks,
Buttered (1")
4
HI
6-7
Foods
Beef
Steak (1")
Medium
Well
Hamburgers (4oz)
Well
Setting the Controls for Broiling
Place the oven rack in the proper rack position (see following
chart).
1. Press the BROIL pad.
Min./Side (Approx.)
1st Side 2nd Side
• BROIL will flash in the display.
• 000 and the oven icon
will light in the display.
05:30 0 0 0 °
HR
BAKE
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
2. Press the PRESET (0) pad to enter HI broil. Press again
to set LO broil.
*The top rack is position #5.
Note: This chart is a suggested guide. The times may vary
with food being cooked.
• The oven has a variable broil feature which means HI,
LO or a specific broil temperature can be selected. To
select a specific temperature, press the appropriate
number pads for the temperature desired after 000
appears in the display.
NOTES . . .
• If more than 30 seconds elapse between pressing the
BROIL pad and number pad, the oven is not set and the
display will return to the previous display.
3. There will be a four second delay before oven turns on.
When the oven turns on:
• The BROIL symbol will light in the display.
• HI broil is used for most broiling. Use LO or a lower
broil temperature when broiling longer cooking foods
or thin pieces of food. The lower temperature allows
food to cook to the well done stage without excessive
browning.
• The indicator word BROIL will remain in the display.
BROIL SYMBOL
05:30 1 H I
HR
5-6
°
• Slide-in models feature a cooling fan that automatically turns on during broiling and will automatically
turn off after broiling when the oven has cooled.
BAKE
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
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Clock Controlled Oven Cooking
NOTES:
• Highly perishable foods such as dairy products, pork,
poultry or seafood are not recommended for delayed
cook operations.
• Clock controlled baking is not recommended for baked
items that require a preheated oven, such as cakes,
cookies and breads.
• The clock must be functioning and correctly set.
Clock Controlled Oven Cooking is used to turn the oven off
at a preset time of day or delay the start and then turn off the
oven. This feature can be used with either oven cooking or
self-cleaning. See page 18 for instructions on delaying the
start of a clean cycle.
4. Press appropriate number pads to enter cooking hours and
minutes. EXAMPLE: If cooking time selected for
baking is 2 hours and 30 minutes, the display will show:
2 :30 1 0 0 °
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BAKE
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
5. At the end of the clock controlled cook time, the oven will
shut off automatically. “End” will light in the display and
four beeps will be heard.
6. Press CANCEL pad. Remove food from the oven. If the
program is not canceled, there will be one beep
every 30 seconds for five minutes.
NOTE: If you wish to change the beeps at the end of
clock controlled cooking, see page 7.
Immediate Start: Oven turns on immediately and automatically turns off at a preset time.
Delayed Start: Delays the start of cooking or cleaning and
automatically turns off at a preset time.
To Delay the Start and Turn Off Automatically:
Cook time can be set for up to 11 hours and 59 minutes
(11:59).
5. Press STOP TIME pad. STOP TIME will flash in the
display.
If more than 30 seconds elapse between pressing a function
pad and pressing the appropriate number pads, the oven is
NOT set and display will return to the previous display.
Display will show the calculated stop time based on the
current time of day and the cook time previously entered.
Setting the Controls
To Start Immediately and Turn Off Automatically:
1-4. Follow preceding steps 1-4.
6. Press the appropriate pads to enter the time you wish the
oven to stop. A stop time can only be accepted for later in
the day. EXAMPLE: If at 10:00 you set the oven for
350°F and 2 hours and 30 minutes of cooking time, the
calculated stop time would be 12:30.
• If you want the stop time to be 1:30, press the number
pads “1,3,0”. Four seconds later, the display will show
1:30 along with the indicator words DELAY, STOP
TIME.
1. Press the BAKE or CONVECT BAKE (select models) pad.
• BAKE will flash and 000 and the oven icon
appear in the display.
will
• When convection cooking is selected, a fan icon
appear in the display.
will
1 :30
BAKE
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
2. Press the PRESET (0) pad to set 350°F. When convection
cooking, 325°F will automatically be set. Or, press the
appropriate number pads for the desired oven temperature.
3. Press the COOK TIME pad.
• COOK TIME will flash and 0HR:00 will light in the
display.
NOTE: It is not necessary to set a start time. Control
will determine when to start the oven based on cook
time set.
7. At the end of the delayed period, the DELAY indicator
word will go off and the oven will begin to heat. At the end
of the Cook Time, the oven will shut off automatically,
“End” will light in the display and four beeps will be heard.
8. Press CANCEL pad. Remove food from the oven. If the
program is not canceled, there will be a beep every 30
seconds for five minutes. If you wish to change the beeps
at the end of clock-controlled cooking, see page 7.
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Self-Clean Oven
Self-Clean CAUTIONS:
• It is normal for parts of the range to become hot during
Wipe up excess grease or spillovers from the oven bottom to prevent excessive smoking, flare-ups and flaming during the clean cycle.
Wipe up sugary and acid spillovers such as sweet potatoes, tomato or milk-based sauces. Porcelain enamel is
acid resistant, not acid proof. The porcelain finish may
discolor if acid spills are not wiped up prior to a selfclean cycle.
a clean cycle.
• Avoid touching cooktop, door, window, or oven vent
area during a clean cycle.
• To prevent damage to oven door, do not attempt to
open the door when the LOCK indicator word is
displayed.
Setting the Controls for Self-Clean
• Do not use commercial oven cleaners on the self-clean
oven finish or around any part of the oven as they will
damage the finish or parts.
The self-clean cycle uses above normal cooking temperatures
to automatically clean the entire oven interior.
It is normal for excessive flare-ups, smoking and flaming to
occur during cleaning if the oven is heavily soiled. It is better
to clean the oven regularly rather than to wait until there is a
heavy build-up of soil in the oven.
During the cleaning process, the kitchen should be well
ventilated to help eliminate normal odors associated with
cleaning.
The cleaning time can be varied depending on the amount of
soil. Press the appropriate number pads to set any amount of
time between two and four hours. “2:00” hours of cleaning for
light soil, up to “4:00” hours of cleaning for heavy soil.
1. Close oven door.
2. Press CLEAN pad.
• CLEAN will flash and “—:—” will light in the
display.
• If door has not been closed, “door” will light in the
display and a signal will beep until the door is
closed and the CLEAN pad is pressed again.
3. Press PRESET (0) pad for “3:00” hours of cleaning
time for an average soiled oven. Or, press the appropriate number pads for the desired cleaning time
between two and four hours.
4. Four seconds after entering the cleaning time, the
oven door will automatically lock.
• LOCK will appear in the display.
• CLEAN symbol
will appear in the display.
03:00 0 0 0 °
HR
Before Self-Cleaning
Turn off the oven light before cleaning as the light may burn
out during the clean cycle.
Remove broiler pan, all pans and the oven racks from the
oven. The oven racks will discolor and may not slide easily
after a self-clean cycle.
Clean oven frame, door frame
(area outside the door gasket) and
around the opening in the door
gasket with a nonabrasive cleaning agent such as Bon Ami or detergent and water. These areas are
not exposed to cleaning temperatures and should be cleaned
to prevent soil from baking on during the clean cycle.
To prevent damage, do not clean or rub the gasket around
the oven door. The gasket is designed to seal in heat during
the clean cycle.
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LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
5. When the cleaning time has been completed, the
indicator word CLEAN will turn off. The indicator
word LOCK will remain on until the oven has cooled
(approx. 1 hour). When the oven has cooled, the
indicator word LOCK will turn off and the door will
automatically unlock.
10 :00 3 5 0°
HR
BAKE
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
LOCK IS STILL ENGAGED.
DOOR CANNOT BE
OPENED UNTIL LOCK IS
NO LONGER DISPLAYED.
To Cancel Self-Clean Cycle:
• Press CANCEL pad.
• If the indicator word LOCK is NOT displayed, open
oven door. If LOCK is displayed, allow oven to cool,
then open oven door.
NOTE: Depending on the length of time the oven had
been cleaning, it may take up to an hour for the oven
to cool down. When the oven is cool, the door will
automatically unlock and can be opened.
If you wish to delay the start of cleaning:
1-3. Follow preceding steps 1-3.
4. Press the STOP TIME pad.
• STOP TIME will flash in the display and display will
show calculated stop time based on the current time of
day and the clean time previously entered.
5. Press the appropriate number pads to enter the time you
wish the oven to stop. A stop time can only be accepted for
later in the day.
After Self-Cleaning
About one hour after the end of the clean cycle, the LOCK
indicator word will turn off. At this point, the door can
be opened.
Some soil may leave a light gray, powdery ash which can
be removed with a damp cloth. If soil remains, it indicates
that the clean cycle was not long enough. The soil will be
removed during the next clean cycle.
If the oven racks were left in the oven and do not slide
smoothly after a clean cycle, wipe racks and embossed
rack supports with a small amount of vegetable oil to restore ease of movement.
A white discoloration may appear after cleaning if acid or
sugary foods were not wiped up before the clean cycle.
This discoloration is normal and will NOT affect performance.
Fine lines may appear in the porcelain resulting from the
heating and cooling of the finish. This is normal and will
not affect performance.
EXAMPLE: If at 9:00 you set the oven to clean for
three hours, the calculated stop time would be “12:00”.
NOTES. . .
• The first few times the oven is cleaned, some smoke and
odor may be detected. This is normal and will lessen or
disappear with use. If the oven is heavily soiled, or if the
broiler pan was accidentally left in the oven, excessive
smoke and odor may occur.
12:00
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
• If you want the stop time to be 1:00, press the number
pads “1,0,0”. Four seconds later, the display will
show 1:00 and the indicator word DELAY.
• As the oven heats and cools, you may hear sounds of
metal parts expanding and contracting. This is normal
and will not damage your appliance.
1 :00
• Slide-in models feature a cooling fan that automatically turns on during the clean cycle and will automatically turn off after the clean cycle when the oven
has cooled.
BAKE
LOCK
DELAY COOK STOP TIMER CLEAN ROAST BROIL
6. When the oven begins to clean, the CLEAN symbol will
light and DELAY will go off in the display.
7. When the clean time has been completed, the indicator
word CLEAN will turn off. The indicator word LOCK will
remain on until the oven has cooled. When the oven has
cooled, the indicator word LOCK will turn off and the door
will automatically unlock.
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Care & Cleaning
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Cleaning CAUTIONS:
• Be sure appliance is off and all parts are cool before
• To prevent staining or discoloration, clean appliance
handling or cleaning. This is to avoid damage and
possible burns.
• If a part is removed, be sure it is correctly replaced.
after each use.
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Cleaning Procedure
Broiler Pan
and Insert
Never cover insert with aluminum foil as this prevents the fat from draining to the pan below.
• Place soapy cloth over insert and pan; let soak to loosen soil.
• Wash in warm soapy water. Use soap filled scouring pad to remove stubborn soil.
• Broiler pan and insert can be cleaned in dishwasher.
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• To activate “Control Lock” for cleaning, see page 6.
• Wipe with a damp cloth and dry.
• Glass cleaners may be used if sprayed on a cloth first. DO NOT spray directly on control pad
and display area.
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• Wash grates with warm, soapy water and a nonabrasive, plastic scrubbing pad.
For stubborn soils, clean with a soap-filled, nonabrasive pad or Cooktop Cleaning Creme (Part
#20000001)** and a sponge. If soil remains, reapply Cooktop Cleaning Creme, cover with a damp
paper towel and soak for 30 minutes. Scrub again, rinse and dry.
• For burned on soils, remove grates, place on newspapers and carefully spray with commercial oven
cleaner. (Do not spray surrounding surfaces.) Place in plastic bags for several hours or overnight.
Wearing rubber gloves, remove from bags. Wash, rinse, dry and replace on cooktop.
Clock and Control
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• Allow burner to cool. Remove burner cap and wash in soapy water with a plastic scouring pad or in
the dishwasher. For stubborn soils, clean with a soap-filled, nonabrasive pad or Cooktop Cleaning
Creme (Part #20000001)** and a sponge.
• For burned on soil, place burner cap on newspapers and spray with commercial oven cleaner.
Follow manufacturer’s directions.
• Clean gas ports with a straight pin especially the port below the ignitor. Do not enlarge or distort holes.
• Be careful not to get water into burner ports.
• When cleaning, use care to prevent damage to the ignitor. If the ignitor is soiled, wet or damaged
the surface burner will not light.
Burner Grates
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• When cool, wash with soapy water, rinse and buff the surface.
• For heavier soil, use a mild abrasive cleaner such as baking soda or Bon Ami*, rubbing with the
grain to avoid streaking the surface. Rinse and buff.
• To prevent scratching, do not use abrasive cleaners.
• To restore luster and remove streaks, follow with Stainless Steel Magic Spray* (Part #20000008)**.
Chrome will permanently discolor if soil is allowed to bake on.
Burner Caps
and Sealed Gas
Burners
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• Remove knobs in the OFF position by pulling forward.
• Wash, rinse and dry. Do not use abrasive cleaning agents as they may scratch the finish.
• Turn on each element to be sure the knobs have been correctly replaced.
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Control Panel
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Porcelain enamel is glass fused on metal and may crack or chip with misuse. It is acid resistant, not
acid proof. All spillovers, especially acid or sugar spillovers, should be wiped up immediately with a
dry cloth.
• When cool, wash with soapy water, rinse and dry.
• Never wipe off a warm or hot surface with a damp cloth. This may cause cracking or chipping.
• Never use oven cleaners, abrasive or caustic cleaning agents on exterior finish of range.
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Parts
Cleaning Procedure
Drip Pans,
porcelain
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Porcelain may discolor or craze if overheated. This is normal and will not affect cooking performance.
• When cool, wash after each use, rinse and dry to prevent staining or discoloration. May be washed in
the dishwasher.
• To clean heavy soil, soak in hot sudsy water, then use mild abrasive cleaner such as Soft Scrub* and
a plastic scouring pad.
• For burned on soil, remove from range, place on newspapers and carefully spray with commercial
oven cleaner. (Do not spray surrounding surfaces.) Place in plastic bag and allow to soak several
hours. Wearing rubber gloves, remove from bag, wash, rinse and dry.
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- Side panels
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- Storage drawer
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• When cool, wash with warm soapy water, rinse and dry. Never wipe a warm or hot surface with a
damp cloth as this may damage the surface and may cause a steam burn.
• For stubborn soil, use mildly abrasive cleaning agents such as baking soda paste or Bon Ami.* Do
not use abrasive, caustic or harsh cleaning agents such as steel wool pads or oven cleaners. These
products will scratch or permanently damage the surface.
NOTE: Use dry towel or cloth to wipe up spills, especially acid or sugary spills. Surface may discolor
or dull if soil is not immediately removed. This is especially important for white surfaces.
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- Oven door
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• Follow instructions on pages 17-18 for Self-Cleaning Oven.
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• Wash with soap and water, a glass cleaner, or mild liquid sprays.
• To prevent scratching or dulling of the finish, do not use mildly abrasive, abrasive, harsh or caustic
cleaners such as oven cleaners.
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• Avoid using excessive amounts of water which may seep under or behind glass.
• Wash with soap and water or glass cleaner. Rinse with clear water and dry.
• Do not use abrasive materials such as scouring pads, steel wool or powdered cleaning agents. They
will damage glass.
Metal Finishes
- Trim parts
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• Clean with soapy water.
• Remove stubborn soil with cleansing powder or soap-filled scouring pad. Rinse and dry.
Racks will permanently discolor and may not slide smoothly if left in the oven during a self-clean
operation. If this occurs, wipe the rack and embossed rack supports with a small amount of
vegetable oil to restore ease of movement, then wipe off excess oil.
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Plastic Finishes
• When cool, clean with soap and water, rinse and dry.
- Door handles
• Use a glass cleaner and a soft cloth.
- Control panel trim
- End caps
NOTE: Never use oven cleaners, abrasive or caustic liquid or powdered cleansers on plastic finishes.
These cleaning agents will scratch or mar finish.
NOTE: To prevent staining or discoloration, wipe up fat, grease or acid (tomato, lemon, vinegar, milk,
fruit juice, marinade) immediately with a dry paper towel or cloth.
* Brand names are registered trademarks of the respective manufacturers.
** To order call 1-800-688-8408.
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Oven Door
Cleaning Products
Because of the many new cleaning products introduced in the
marketplace each year, it is not possible to list all products that
can be safely used to clean this appliance. Listed below are just
a few examples of recommended products.
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READ THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS to be
sure the cleaner can be safely used on this appliance.
Do not place excessive weight on or stand on an
open oven door. This could cause the range to tip
over, break the door, or injure the user.
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Do not attempt to open or close door or operate
oven until door is properly replaced.
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Never place fingers between hinge and front oven
frame. Hinge arms are spring mounted. If accidentally hit, the hinge will slam shut against oven
frame and could injure your fingers.
To determine if a cleaning product is safe, test a small inconspicuous area using a very light pressure to see if the surface
may scratch or discolor. This is particularly important for
porcelain enamel, highly polished, shiny, painted, or plastic
surfaces.
CAUTIONS:
The following brands may help you to make an appropriate
selection:
To remove:
• Glass Cleaners - Cinch, Glass Plus, Windex. (Avoid glass
1. When cool, open the oven door to the broil stop
position (opened about four inches).
cleaners with ammonia on glass-ceramic cooking surfaces.)
2. Grasp door at each side. Do not use the door handle
to lift door.
• Dishwashing Liquid Detergents - Dawn, Ivory, Joy.
• Mild Liquid Spray Cleaners - Fantastik, Formula 409.
• Multi-Surface Cleaners - Formula 409 Glass & Surface,
3. Lift up evenly until door
clears hinge arms.
Windex Glass & Surface.
• Nonabrasive Cleaners - Bon Ami, paste of baking soda and
water.
To replace:
1. Grasp door at each side.
• Mildly Abrasive Powder or Liquid Cleaners - Ajax, Barkeepers Friend, Cameo, Soft Scrub, Smart Cleanser. (Note:
If the cleaner is recommended for use on plastic, glass, or
porcelain finishes, it can be used on the same type of
appliance finish.)
• Nonabrasive or Scratchless Plastic or Nylon Scouring
Pads or Sponges - Chore Boy Plastic Cleaning Puff, Scrunge
Scrub Sponges, Scotch-Brite No Scratch Pads.
• Abrasive Scouring Pads - S.O.S., Brillo Steel Wool Soap,
2. Align slots in the door with
the hinge arms on the range.
3. Slide the door down onto the hinge arms until the door
is completely seated on the hinges. Push down on the
top corners of the door to completely seat door on
hinges. Door should not appear crooked.
NOTE: The oven door on a new range may feel
“spongy” when it is closed. This is normal and will
decrease with use.
Scotch-Brite Wool Soap Pads.
(Brand names for the above cleaning products are registered
trademarks of the respective manufacturers.)
Oven Window
To protect the oven door window:
1. Do not use abrasive cleaning agents such as steel
wool scouring pads or powdered cleansers as they
may scratch the glass.
2. Do not hit the glass with pots, pans, furniture, toys, or
other objects.
3. Do not close the oven door until the oven racks are in
place.
Scratching, hitting, jarring or stressing the glass may
weaken its structure causing an increased risk of breakage at a later date.
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Oven Light
edge of the oven bottom clears the oven front frame.
Remove oven bottom from oven.
CAUTIONS:
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Disconnect power to range before replacing light
bulb.
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Use a dry potholder to prevent possible harm to
hands when replacing bulb.
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Be sure bulb is cool before touching bulb.
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Do not touch hot bulb with a damp cloth as this
may cause the bulb to break.
To replace: Fit the front edge of the oven bottom into the
oven front frame. Lower the rear of the oven bottom and
slide the two catches back to lock the oven bottom in place.
Storage Drawer
CAUTION:
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To replace oven light bulb:
1. When oven is cool, hold
bulb cover in place, then
slide wire retainer off
cover. NOTE: Bulb
cover will fall if not
held in place while
removing wire retainer.
Do not store plastic, paper products, food or
flammable materials in this drawer. The drawer
may become too warm for these items when the
oven is in use.
BULB COVER
The storage drawer can be removed to allow you to clean
under the range.
To remove:
1. Empty drawer and pull out to the first stop position.
WIRE
RETAINER
2. Lift up the front of the drawer.
2. Remove bulb cover and light bulb.
3. Pull out to the second stop position.
3. Replace with a 40 watt appliance bulb.
4. Grasp sides and lift drawer up and out.
4. Replace bulb cover and secure with wire retainer.
5. Reconnect power to range. Reset clock.
To replace:
Oven Bottom
1. Fit the ends of the drawer glides into the rails in the
range.
2. Lift up front of drawer and gently push in to the first stop
position.
The oven bottom on a conventional bake range may be
removed for easier cleaning. NOTE: The oven bottom on
convection models is not removable.
To remove: When cool, remove the oven
racks. Slide the two catches,
located at each rear corner
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of the oven bottom, toward
the front of the oven.
Lift the rear edge of the
oven bottom slightly, then
slide it back until the front
3. Lift drawer up again and push until drawer is closed.
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Leveling Legs
Proportional Valve Adjustment
for Surface Burners
CAUTION:
• Be sure anti-tip bracket secures one of the rear leveling
legs to the floor. This bracket prevents the range from
accidentally tipping.
The range should be leveled when installed. If the
range is not level, turn the plastic leveling legs,
located at each corner of the range, until
range is level.
ANTI-TIP BRACKET
LEVELING LEG
Electrical Connection
Appliances which require electrical power are
equipped with a three-prong grounding plug
which must be plugged directly into a properly grounded three-hole 120 volt electrical outlet.
Always disconnect power to appliance
before servicing.
The three-prong grounding plug offers protection against shock
hazards. DO NOT CUT OR REMOVE THE THIRD
GROUNDING PRONG FROM THE POWER CORD
PLUG.
If an ungrounded, two-hole or other type electrical outlet is
encountered, it is the personal responsibility of the appliance owner to have the outlet replaced with a properly
grounded three-hole electrical outlet.
The LOW setting should produce a stable flame when
turning the knob from HIGH
to LOW. The flame should
be 1/8 inch or lower and must
be stable on all ports on LOW
setting.
To adjust: Operate burner
on HIGH for about five minutes to preheat burner cap.
Turn knob back to LOW; remove knob, and insert a small
screwdriver into the center of the valve stem. Adjust the
flame size by turning adjustment screw in either direction, while holding the stem.
Flame must be of sufficient size to be stable on all burner
ports. If flame adjustment is needed, adjust ONLY on the
LOW setting. Never adjust flame size on a higher setting.
NOTE: All gas adjustments should be done by a
qualified servicer only.
How to Remove Range
for Cleaning and Servicing
Follow these procedures to remove appliance for cleaning or servicing:
1. Shut off gas supply to appliance.
2. Disconnect electrical supply to appliance, if equipped.
3. Disconnect gas supply tubing to appliance.
4. Slide range forward to disengage range from the antitip bracket. (See Installation Instructions for location
of bracket.)
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall. If gas line has been
disconnected, check for gas leaks after reconnection.
NOTE: A qualified servicer should disconnect and
reconnect the gas supply.
6. To prevent range from accidentally tipping, range
must be secured to the floor by sliding rear leveling leg
into the anti-tip bracket.
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Check these points if . . .
• Check to be sure plug is securely inserted into receptacle.
Part or all of the
appliance does
not work.
• Check or re-set circuit breaker. Check or replace fuse.
• Check power supply.
• Check if surface and/or oven controls have been properly set. See pages 9 & 11.
• Check if oven door is unlocked after a self-clean cycle. See page 18.
• Check if oven is set for a delayed cook or clean program. See pages 16 & 18.
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• Check to be unit is properly connected to power supply.
Surface burner
fails to light.
• Check for a blown circuit fuse or a tripped main circuit breaker.
• Check to be sure burner ports or ignition ports are not clogged. See page 9.
• Check to be sure ignitor is dry and clicking. Burner will not light if ignitor is damaged, soiled
or wet. If ignitor doesn’t click, turn control knob OFF.
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• Check the oven temperature selected. Make sure oven is preheated when recipe or directions
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• Check rack positions. See page 14.
• Use correct pan. Dark pans produce dark browning. Shiny pans produce light browning. See
“Cooking Made Simple” booklet for more information on bakeware.
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• Check the use of foil in the oven. Never use foil to cover an entire oven rack. Place a small
piece of foil on the rack below the pan to catch spillovers.
• Check pan placement. Stagger pans when using two racks. Allow 1-2 inches between pans
and oven walls.
• Make sure the oven vent has not been blocked. See page 13 for location.
• Check to make sure range is level.
• Check oven temperatures when convection baking (select models). Decrease conventional
baking temperature by 25°F.
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• Temperatures often vary between a new oven and an old one. As ovens age, the oven
temperature often “drifts” and may become hotter or cooler. See page 8 for instructions on
adjusting the oven temperature.
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• Check if oven controls have been properly set. See page 15.
Food is not
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• Check oven rack positions. See page 15.
• Aluminum foil was incorrectly used. Never line the broiler insert with foil.
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• Food too close to flame. See page 15 for more information.
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• Broiler insert covered with aluminum foil.
• Excess fat not trimmed from meat prior to broiling.
• A soiled broiler pan was used.
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• Check to make sure controls are properly set.
Oven will not
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• Check to make sure the cycle is not set for a delayed start.
• Check if door is closed.
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• This is normal for a new range and will disappear after a few uses. Initiating a clean cycle
will “burn off” the smells more quickly.
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of a self-clean cycle. The door can be opened when the LOCK indicator word is not
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• This is the cooling fan and is normal. The fan will continue to run after use until
the oven cools.
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• This is called a fault code. If a fault code appears in the display and beeps sound,
press the CANCEL pad. If the fault code and beeps continue, disconnect power
to the appliance. Wait a few minutes, then reconnect power. If fault code and beeps
still continue, disconnect power to the appliance and call an authorized servicer.
• If the oven is heavily soiled, excessive flare-ups may result in a fault code during
a clean cycle. Press CANCEL pad and allow the oven to cool for one hour, then
reset the clean cycle. If the fault code and beeps still continue, disconnect power
to the appliance and call an authorized servicer.
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If You Need Service
• Call the dealer from whom your appliance was purchased or call Maytag Appliances Sales Company, Maytag
Customer Assistance at 1-800-688-9900, USA or 1-800-688-2002, CANADA to locate an authorized servicer.
• Be sure to retain proof of purchase to verify warranty status. Refer to WARRANTY (next page) for further
information on owner’s responsibilities for warranty service.
• If the dealer or service company cannot resolve the problem, write to Maytag Appliances Sales Company, Attn:
CAIRSM Center, P.O. Box 2370, Cleveland, TN 37320-2370, or call 1-800-688-9900, USA 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).
• User’s guides, service manuals and parts catalogs are available from Maytag Appliances Sales Company,
Maytag Customer Assistance.
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Maytag Range Warranty
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Full One Year Warranty - Parts and Labor
For one (1) year from the original retail purchase date, any part which fails in normal home use will be repaired or replaced
free of charge.
Limited Warranties - Parts Only
Second Year - After the first year from the original purchase date, parts which fail in normal home use will be repaired or
replaced free of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor, mileage and transportation.
Third Through Fifth Year - From the original purchase date, parts listed below which fail in normal home use will be
repaired or replaced free of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor, mileage and
transportation.
• Electronic Controls
• Electric Heating Elements: surface, broil and bake elements on gas and electric cooking appliances.
Third Through Tenth Year - From the original purchase date, parts listed below which fail in normal home use will be
repaired or replaced free of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor, mileage and
transportation.
• Sealed Gas Burners
Canadian Residents
The above warranties only cover an appliance installed in Canada that has been certified or listed by appropriate test agencies for compliance to a National Standard of Canada unless the appliance was brought into Canada due to transfer of
residence from the United States to Canada.
Limited Warranty Outside the United States and Canada - Parts Only
For two (2) years from the date of original retail purchase, any part which fails in normal home use will be repaired or
replaced free of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor, mileage and transportation.
The specific warranties expressed above are the ONLY warranties provided by the manufacturer. These warranties give you
specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
What is Not Covered By
These Warranties:
1. 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.
MAYTAG •
Form No. A/05/00
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
exclusion may not apply.
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