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rangeproperly.
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Myou’don’tunderstandsomething
or need morehelp,write (include
yourphonenumber):
ConsumerAffairs
GE Appliances
AppliancePark
Louisville,KY40225
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builder)that sold you the range.
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behindthe rangedooror behind
the storagedrawer.
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ConsumerProductOwnership
RegistrationCard thatcamewith
yourrange.Beforesendingin
this card, pleasewritethese
numbershere:
save
time
and.money.
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back of this book.It lists causesof
minoroperatingproblemsthat you
can correctyourself.
Model Number
Serial Number
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correspondenceor servicecalls
concerningyourrange.
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ConsumerServicespage in the
back of this book.
We’reproudof our serviceand
want you to be pleased.If for some
reason you are not happywith the
serviceyou receive,here are three
stepsto fol~owfor furtherhelp.
FDLW.JX,if your problemis still
not resolved,write: ,
MajorAppliande~onsumer
ActionPanel
20 North WackerDrive
Chicago,IL 60606
FIRST’,contactthe peoplewho
servicedyour appliance.Explain
why you are not pleased.In most
cases,this will sohe the problem.
NEXT,if you are stillnot pleased,
write all the details-including
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Manager,ConsumerRelations
GE Appliances
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and floor by installing the
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InstallationInstructions.)To
check if the device is installed
and engaged properly,
carefu}lytip the range forward
until it engages the device.
If youpulltherangeoutfromthe wallfor any
~eason,makesurethedeviceengagestherange
whenyoupushtherangeback.
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notbe leftaloneor unattendedin an areawherean
appliaxti is in use.Theyshouklneverbe allowed
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holdersonhot surfacesmayresultinburnsfrom
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elements.Donotusea towelor otherbulkycloth.
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pan. Smother
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~id,amkie sheetor
flattray,or if available,usedrychemicalor foam
typeextinguisher.Flaminggreaseoutsidea pancan
beputoutby coveringwithbakingsodaor,if
available,a multi-purposedrychemicalor foam-typefireextinguisher.
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or
surfaceof’oven.Thesesurfacesmaybe hotenough
tobumeventhoughthey aredarkin color.During
andafteruse,do nottouch,or let clothingor other
flammablematerialscontactsurfaceunits,areas
nearbysurfaceunitsor anyinterkkareaof the
oven;allowsuf!licienttimefor cooling,first.
Potentiallyhot surfabesincludethecooktop,areas
fadingthe cooktop,ovenventopening,surfaces
nearthe opening,crevicesk-omittheovendoor
andmetaltrimpa~~sabovethedoor.Remember:
Theinsidesurfaceof the ovenmaybe hotwhentk
dooris opemxl.
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ofat lsast I’70W’.
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applianceis equippedwithdifferent
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sizesurfaceunits.Selectcookware
havingflatbottomslargeenoughtocoverthe
surfaceunitheatingelement.Theuseof undersized
cobkwarewillexposea portionoftheheating
elementto directcontactandmayresultin ignition
of’clothing.Properrelationshipof cookwareto
burnerwillalsoimproveefficiency.
~piJeveF
kMVesurfaceunits
at
heat settings.Boilovercausessmokingandgreasy
spilloversthatmaycatchon fire.
* Besuredrip pansand ventawenotCrowedand
are in.place.Theirabsenceduringcookingcould
damagerangepartsandwiring.
8D0~9tU,KW
M to linedrip pans or
anywherein theovenexceptas describedin this
book.Misusecouldresultin a shock,firehazardor
ciwiiageto theIange.
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overheated,theycancatchfire.
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in an ovencanignite.
earthenware
door gasket. ThedooIgasket is
essentialfora goodseal.Careshouldbe takennot
to rub,damageor movethe gasket.
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oven
cleaneror ovenlinerprotectivecoatingof anykind
shouldbeusedin or aroundanypartof theoven.
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only part$ Med in
this use
and
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glared
are
service; othersmaybreak
becauseof the suddenchangein ter.perature.See
sectionon SurfaceCookingforsuggestions.
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of bum+ ignitionof
flammablematerials,andspillage,thehandleof a
containershouklbe turnedtowardthecenterof the
rangewithoutextendingovernearbysurfaceunits.
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~ Keep an eye on foods being fried at HI or
heat settings.
UITo avoid the
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shodi9
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for all
surface units mat OFIY
and M coils
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caflcausehotfat to bubbleup andoversides
of pan.
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frying.
Fillingthe pan too Ml of fat cancause
spikwerswhenfoodis added.
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fat
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preventoverheatingfat beyondthesmokingpoint.
in
stirtogetherbeforeheating,or as fats
meltslowly.
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oven
cooking
surface
~Preheatoven only when necessary.Most foodswill
cook satisfactorilywithoutpreheating.If you find
preheatingis necessary,watchthe oven display,and
put food in ovenpromptlyafter the selected
temperatureis displayedandthe ovensignals.
~Alwaysturn oven off beforeremovingfood.
~Duringbaking,avoidfrequentdoor openings.Keep
door openas short a time as possibleif it is opened.
~Cookcompleteoven mealsinsteadof just one food
item.Potatoes,other vegetables,and somedesserts
will cook togetherwith a main-dishcasserole,meat
loaf.. chickenor roast. Choosefoodsthat cook at the
sametemperatureand in approximatelythe same
amountof time.
@Use residualheat in the oven wheneverpossibleto
finish cookingcasseroles,oven meals,etc. Also add
roHsor precookeddessertsto a warm oven,using
residualheat to warm them.
~Use cookwareof medium-weightaluminum?with
tight-fittingcovers,and flat bottomswhichcompletely
coverthe heatedportionof the surfaceunit.
~Cookfresh vegetableswith a minimumamountof
water in a coveredpan.
~Watchfoodswhenbringingthemquicklyto cooking
temperaturesat highheat. Whenfood reachescooking
temperature,reduceheat immediatelyto lowestsetting
that will keep it cooking.
~Use residualheatwith surfacecookingwhenever
possible.For example,when cookingeggsin their
shells,bring waterand eggs to a boil,thenturn to
OFFpositi~nand coverc~okwarewithlid to complete
the cooking.
5
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(NOTE; Not all doors have windows
portRock
Some modelshave lift--up
cooktopsfol-easier cleaning.
Explained
on page
Feature Index (Notall modelshave all features.)
1 StorageDrawer(on somemodels)
27,28
3,29,31
2 Anti-TipDevice(See InstallationInstructions.)
28
22,23
3 BroilUnit
4 Door Latch(Use for Self-Cleanonly.)
5 SurfaceLight(on somemodels)
10,26
10
6 SurfaceUnitControls
7 SurfaceLightSwitch(on somemodels)
8,9
8 Oven Control,Clockand Timer
9 SurfaceUnit “ON”IndicatorLight
10 BroilerPan andRack (on somemodels)
(Do not cleanin Self-Cleanoven.)
11 OvenVent(Locatedunderright rear surfaceunit.)
18–21,28
26
25,28
12 Ca.lrod@
SurfaceUnits,Drip Pans
(on somemodels)
13 Lift-UpCooktop(on somemodels)
14 Modeland SerialNumberLocation
(behindthe rangedoor or behindthe storagedrawer)
15 OvenInteriorLight (on somemodels)
(Comeson automaticallywhendoor is opened.)
16 Oven Shelf Supports
(Forroasting,bakingand broilingpositionsof
shelves,see suggestionsin cookingguides.)
17 Oven Shelf (numbermay vary)
18 BakeUnit (Maybe lifted gentlyfor wipingovenfloor.)
19 Oven Light Switch(for modelswith oven window)
,
25
I
2
14,27
!7s
14
14,28
28
20 Anti-TipLabel
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The clock must be set for the
automaticoven timingfunctionsto
work properly.The time of day
cannotbe changed.duringa TIME
BAISEor CLEANcycle.
the!clock
To set
Step 1: Press the
CLOCKpad.
CLOCK
~~
Step 2: Press
INCREASEor
DECREASEpad to
set the time of day.
Step 3: Pressthe CLOCK’pad
to start.
mmer
The timer is an alarmor minute
timer only.The timerdoesnot
controloven operations.The
maximumsettingon the timeris
9 hours and 55 minutes.
To set
‘me Timer
Step 1: Press the
TIMEROIWOFF
pad.
oN/oFF
Step 2: Press INCREASEor
DECREASEpad to set the arrount
of time on timer.
Thetimer will start automatically
withina few secondsof releasing
the pad.
The timer,as you are settingit,
will displaysecondsuntil60
secondsis reached.
Thenit willdisplayminutes
and secondsuntil60 minutes
is reached.
After 60 minutes,it will display
hours(“I-R”now appearsin
display)and minutesuntilthe
maximumtime of 9 hoursand
55 minutesis reached.
‘lb ResetTimer
ml cancel ‘b-w
Power outage?
Press TIMERONVOFFpad and
then press INCREASEor
DECREASEpad untilthe time
you want showson the display.
Press TIMER01’+VOFF
pad until
the word “TIMER”quitsflashing
on the display(about4,seconds).
After a poweroutage,whenpower
is restored,the displaywill flash
and time shownwill no longerbe
correct-for example,after a
5-minutepowerinterruptionthe
clock will be 5 minutesslow.
The displayflashesuntilthe clock
is reset. All otherfunctionsthat
were in operationwhen the power
went out will haveto be
programmedagain.
Timer Tones
The timer tone is a steadysignalthatrepeatsevery 6
secondsuntil you press any operation.If you would
like to changethe tone to a set of 3 short beeps,press
and hold CLEAR/OFFfor 10seconds.
Toreturn the timer tone to a steadyrepeatingsignal,
press aridhold CLEAR/OFFfor 10 seconds.
—
—
If “door” appears on the dk@ay9the door latch
handleis not movedall the way to the right. Movethe
latchhandleand cleaningwill start.If “LOCK”
appearson the display,the oven dooris in the locked
position.BAKE,BROILand COOKTIIVIEcannotbe
set if the door is in the lockedposition.
9
see surfacecookingGuide.
At both OFF and HI the control“clicks”intoposition,Youmayhear slight
“clicking”soundsduringcooking,indicatingthe controlis keepingthe unit
at the heat level or powerlevel you set.
How toset
the controls
Push the knob in
and turn in either
directionto the
heat settingyou
want.
Be sure you turn controlto OFF whenyou finish
cooking.The surfaceunit indicatorlightwillglow
whenANYheat on any surfaceunitis on.
—
Heat
(hide
ED-Used to begin cookingor to bring water to a
boil. Reduceheat settingafter water boils.
MIHXUNIHBGH-(Setting halfwaybetweenHI and
MED)Maintainsa fast boil on largeamountsof food.
IWID-+aute and brown;keepsfood at a medium
boil or simmer.
LOVV-(Setting halfwaybetweenMID
and LO) Cook after startingat HI; cookswith little
water in coveredpan.
LO—Used for long slowcooking(simmering)to
tenderizeand developflavors.Use this settingto melt
butterand chocolateor to keep foodswarm.
NOTE: SurfaceIndicatorLightmay glowbetween
LO and OFF,but thereis no powerto the surfaceunits.
!:
OFF
UNV
Push and hold switchuntillight comeson.
NOTE: Light will not comeon as long as switchis held. Switchmustbe
pushed,held for severalseconds,and releasedfor light to comeon.
HIGH
MED
wok
Werecommendthat youuse only a flat-bottomed
wok.They are availableat your localretail store.
Do not use woksthat have supportrings.Use of these
typesof woks,with or withoutthe ring in place,can
be dangerous.Placingthe ring overthe surfaceunit
will causea build-upof heat that willdamagethe
porcelaincooktop.Do not try to use such woks
withoutthe ring. Youcouldbe seriouslyburnedif the
wok tippedover.
Gumirlg should h? done on smface Rmit$only,
Pots that extendbeyondoneinch of surfaceunit’s
drip pan are not recommendedfor most surface
cooking.However,whencanningwith water-bathor
pressurecanner,larger-diameterpots may be used.
This is becauseboilingwatertemperatures(even
underpressure)are not harmfulto cookto~surfaces
.
surroufidingthe surfaceunit.
observe h!
DoI’wYrUSELARGEIxANwrm
HowmR,
cmRs
OROTHERLARGEDI.AMEmR
POTSFOR.FRYINGORBOILINGFoom OTHER
THANWATER.Most syrupor saucemixtures—
and all typesof frying-cook at temperaturesmuch
higherthan boilingwater.Suchtemperaturescould
eventuallyharmcooktopsurfacessurrounding
surfaceunits.
Points in
canning
L Be sure the cannerfits overthe centerof the
surfaceunit. If’your rangeor its locationdoes not
allowthe cannerto be centeredon the surfaceunit,
use smaller-diameterpots for good canningresults.
2. For best results,use cannerswith flat bottoms.
Cannerswith flangedor rippledbottoms(often found
in enamelware)don’tmakegood contactwith the
surfaceunit and take a longtime to boil water.
Flat-bottom cannersaremxmmended.
3. When canning,use recipesand proceduresfrom
reputablesources.Reliablerecipesandproceduresare
availablefrom the manufacturerof yourcanner;
manufacturersof glassjars for canning,such as Ball
and Kerr;and the United StatesDepartmentof
AgricultureExtensionService.
4. Rememberthat canningis a processthat generates
largeamountsof steam.To avoidburnsfrom steamor
heat, be carefulwhen canning.
NOTE: If your househas low voltage,canningmay
take longerthan expected,even thoughdirections
have been carefiily followed.The processtime will
be shortenedby:
.
(1) using a pressurecanner,and
(2) startingwith HOT tap waterfor fastestheatingof
largequantitiesof water.
Tips
1. Use medium-or heavy-weightcookware.
Aluminumcookwareconductsheat faster than other
metals.Cast-ironand coatedcast-ironcookwareare
slowto absorbheat, but generallycook evenlyat low
to mediumheat settings.Steelpansmay cook
unevenlyif notcombinedwithothermetals.
Food
Cereal
Cookware
Directionsand Settings
to start cooking
Directionsand Settings
to CompleteCooking
HI. In coveredpan bring
waterto boil beforeadding
cereal.
HI. Stir togetherwateror
milk andcocoaingredients.
~~ng just to a boil.
MEDIUMLOWor LO,then
addcereal.Finishtiming
accordingtopackagedirections.
MED,to cook 1 or 2 minutes
to completelyblend
ingredients.
LO to maintaingentle
but steadyperk.
Cornmeal,grits,
oatmeal
Covered
Saucepan
Cocoa
Uncovered
Saucepan
Coffee
Percolator
HI.At ftist perk, switch
heat to LO.
Cookedin shell
Covered
Saucepan
Friedsunny-side-up
Covered
Skillet
HI.Covereggs withcool
water.Coverpan, cook
until steaming.
MEDIUMHIGH.Mekbutte~
add eggsand coverskillet.
Friedovereasy
Uncovered
Skillet
HI. Melt butter.
Poached
Covered
Saucepan
HI. In coveredpan bring
waterto a boil.
Eggs
Scrambledor omelets Uncovered
Skillet
HI. Heatbutteruntillight
goldenin color.
Fruits
HI, In coveredpan bring
fruit and waterto boil.
Covered
Saucepan
mats
2. Toconservethe most cookingenergy,pans
shouldbe flat on the bottom,have straightsidesand
tight-fittinglids.Matchthe sizeof the saucepanto the
size of the surfaceunit.
LO. Cookonly3 to4
minutesfor soft cooked;
15minutesfor hardcooked.
Continuecookingat MEDIUM
HIGHuntilwhitesarejust set,
about3 to 5 moreminutes.
LO, thenaddeggs.When
bottomsof eggshavejust
set, carefullyturnoverto
cookotherside.
LO.Carefullyadd eggs.
Cookuncoveredabout5
minutesat MEDKJMHIGH.
MED.Addeggmixture.
Cook,stirringto desired
doneness.
LO. Stiroccasionallyand
checkfor sticking.
Braised:Pot roastsof Covered
beef,lambor veal;
Skillet
porkchopsandsteaks
HI. Melt fat, then add meat, MEDIUMLOW.Simmeruntil
Switchto MEDIUMHIGH forktender.
to brownmeat.Add wateror
otherliquid.
Pan-fried:Tender
chops;thin steaksup
to 3/4 inch; minute
steaks;hamburgers;
franksand sausage;
thinfish fillets
HI. Preheatskillet,then
greaselightly.
12
Uncovered
Skillet
MEDIUMHIGHor MED.
Brownandcookto desired
doneness,turningover
as needed.
Comments
Cerealsbubbleandexpand
as theycook;use largeenough
saucepanto preventboilover.
Milkboilsoverrapidly.Watchas
boilingpointapproaches.
Percolate8 to 10minutesfor
8 CUPS,less forfewerCUPS.
If youdo not coverskillet,baste
eggswithfat to cooktopsevenly.
RemovecookedeggswithW%ted
spoonor pancaketurner.
Eggscontinueto set slightlyafter
cooking.For omeletdo not stir
last few minutes.Whenset, fold
in half,
Freshfruit:Use 1/4to 1/2cup
waterper poundof fruit.
Driedfruit:Use wateras package
directs.Timedependson whether
fruithasbeen presoaked.If not,
allowmorecookingtime.
Meat canbe seasonedand floured
beforeit is browned,if desired.
Liquidvariationsfor flavorcould
be wine,fruit or tomatojuice or
meatbroth.
Timing:Steaks 1to 2 inches: 1 to
2 hours.Beef Stew:2 to 3 hours.
Pot Roast:2Xto 4 hours.
Pan fryingis bestfor thin steaks
and chops.If rare is desired,
preheatskilletbeforeaddingmeat.
Bight
3. Deep Fat Frying.Do not overtll cookwarewithfat
that may spillover whenaddingfood.Frostyfoods
bubblevigorously.Watchfoodsfryingat high
temperatures.Keeprangeand hoodcleanfrom
accumulatedgrease.
OVER1“
NOTOVER1’
Directions
andSWiqgsto
Directionsand Settings
mod
Mews
FriedChicken
cookware tostart cooking
Covered
Skillet
HI. Meltfat. Switchto
MEDiUMHIGHto
brownchicken.
Pan-tied bacon
Uncovered
Skillet
Sauteed:Lesstender
thin steaks(chuck,
round,etc.);liver;
thickor wholefish.
Simmeredor stewed
meat;chicken;
cornedbeef;smoked
pork;stewingbeef;
tongue;etc.
Covered
Skillet
HI.In coldskillet,arrange
baconslices.Cookjust until
startingto sizzle.
HI. Meltfat. Switchto NIED
to brownslowly.
Covered
DutchOve~
Kettleor
Large
Saucepan
Small
Uncovered
Saucepan.
Skilletor
Griddle
MeltingchocoMe9
marshmaliows9
butter
Pancakesor
‘Frenchtoast
Pasta
HI. In coveredkettle,bring
saltedwaterto a boil,uncover
andaddpastaslowlyso boiling
doesnot stop.
PressureCooking
Pressure
Cookeror
Canner
Uncovered
Saucepan
HI. Heatuntilfirstjiggle
is heard.
Fresh
Covered
Saucepan
Frozen
Covered
Saucepan
HI.Measure1/2to 1 inch
waterin saucepan.Addsalt
andpreparedvegetable.
In coveredsaucepanbring
to boil.
HI.Measurewaterandsalt
as above.Addfrozenblock
of v~getable.In covered
saucepanbringto boil.
‘HI,In skillet,meltfat.
Sauces,
C&dies,Frostings
LO.Coverandcookuntil tender.
Meatmaybe breadedor
marinatedin saucebefore
frying.
LO.Cookuntilforktender.
(Watershouldboil slowly.)For
vtxy!L”geamounts,medium
heatmaybe needed.
Addsalt or otherseasoning
beforecookingif meathas
notbeensmokedor
otherwisecured.
MEDIUMLOW.Allow 10to 15 Use smallsurfaceunit.
minutesto meltthrough.Stirto
smooth.
MEDIUMHIGH.Heatskillet8 Cook2 to 3 minutesper side.
to 10minutes.Greaselightly,
Large
Covered
Kettleor P{
comments
LO.Coverskilletandcookuntil
Forcrisp,drychicken,cover
tender.Uncoverlast few minutes. onlyafterswitchingto LO
for 10minutes.Uncoverand
cook,turningoccasionally
for 10to 20 minutes.
MEDIUMHIGH.Cook,turning A moreattention-freemethod
overas needed.
is to startandcookat MED.
HI. Covermeatwithwater
andcoverpan or kettle.
Cookuntilsteaming.
Noodlesor spaghetti
Puddhgs,
CompleteCooking
HI.Bringjust to boil.
Whenmeltingmarshmallows,
addmilkor water.
‘~ick battezhikesslightly
longertime.Turnover
pancakeswhenbubbles
rise to surface.
MEDIUMHIGH.Cookuncovered
untiltender.For largeamounts,
HI maybe neededto keepwater
at rollingboilthroughoutentire
cockingtime.
MEDIUMHIGHfor foods
cooking10minutesor less.
MEDfor foodsover 10minutes.
LO.”TO
finishcooking.
Uselargeenoughkettle to
preventboilover.Pasta
doublesin sizewhencooked.
MED.Cook 1pound10to 30
or more minutes,depending
on tendernessof vegetable.
Uncoveredpanrequiresmore
waterandlongertime.
LO.Cookaccordingto
timeon package.
Breakup or stir as needed
whilecooking.
MED.Addvegetable.
Cookuntildesired
tendernessis reached.
MEDIUMLOW.Coverand
cookaccordingto time.
Ttimoveror stirvegetableas
necessaryfor evenbrowning.
Cookershouldjiggle 2 to 3
timesper minute.
Stirfrequentlyto prevent
sticking.
Vegetables
Uncovered
Sauteed:Onions;
Skillet
greenpeppers;
mushrooms;
celery;etc.,
Eweam?(kits
i Covered
Saucepan
1
HI.Bringsaltedwaterto a boil.
I
Riceandgritstriplein volume
aftercooking.Timeat
MEDIUMLOW.R.iCR1 CUD
riceand2 cupswaterfor25r
minutes,Grits:1cupgritsand
4 cupswaterfor40 minutes.
1.3
.
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Da RI(M
lock the ovendoor with the door Mel-lexceptwhen SeIf-cleaning.
Your oven
1. Lookat the controls.Be sure you understandhow
to set themproperly.Readover the directionsfor the
Oven Controlsso you understandhow to use them.
2. Checkoveninterior.Look at the shelves.Takea
practicerun at removingand replacingthemproperly,
to give sure,sturdysupport.
3. Readover informationand tips thatfollow.
4. Keepthis bookhandyso you can refer to it,
especiallyduringthe first weeksof usingyour
new range. “
oven
The shelvesare designedwith
stop-locksso that whenplaced
correctly on the shelf supports,
they will stop beforecomingout
completelyfrom the oven,and
till not tiIt when removingfood
from or placingfood on them.
I
TO REPLACE, placeshelfon
shelfsupportwith stop-locks
(curvedextensionundershelf)
facingup towardtherear of the
oven.Tiltup frontand pushthe
shelftowardthebackof the oven
untilit goespast“stop”on the oven
wall.Then lowerthe frontof the
shelfand push it all the way back.
n II
ml REMOWETHE smLvEs
from the oven,pulltowardyou,tilt
frontendupwardandpullthern out.
v’
‘
—
oven
Light
1
‘h
) II
The lightcomeson automatically
when the ovendoor is opened.
..
The ovenhas four shelf supports–
A (bottom),B, C and D (top).
Shelfpositionsfor cookingfood
are suggestedon Baking,Roasting
and Broilingpages.
Use the switchon frontof door to
turn the lighton and off when the
door is closed.
—
M
SeeBakingGuide.
Youroven temperatureis controlledvery accuratelyusingan ovencontrol
system.Werecommendthatyou operatethe rangefor a numberof weeks
using the time givenon recipesas a guideto becomefamiliarwithyournew
oven’sperformance.If you thinkan adjustmentis necessary,seeAdjusting
Oven Temperaturesection.
How toset
‘YimrRangefor
Step 1: Positionthe shelfor shelvesin the oven.If
cookingon two shelvesat the sametime, place
shelveson alternate.shelfsupportsand staggerfood
on them.
$tep 2: Closethe oven door.
Step 3: PressBAKEpad.
Step 5: Press INCREASEor DECREASEpad until
desiredtemperatureis displayed.”
The word “ON”and the changingtemperaturewillbe
displayedas the oven heatsup. When the oven
reachesthe set temperatureatone will sound.
TochangeoventemperatureduringBAKEcycle,
pressBAKEpad and then INCREASEor
DECREASEpad to get new temperature.
Step 6: Press CLEAR.KN?F
when
bakingis finishedand thenremove
food from oven.
1
CLEAR
Step 4: PressINCREASEpad. The
last oven set temperatureappearsin
\
the display.
How toset
start
and
The oventurns on right away,cooksfor preset
lengthof time, and turns off automaticallyat the
preset Stop Time.
S%q 1: Positionthe shelf or shelvesin the oven.If
cookingon two shelvesat the sametime,place
shelveson alternateshelf supportsand staggerfood
on.them.
Step 2: Close the oven door.
Step 3: Press ICOOKTI.MEpad.
Step 4: PressINCREASEpad until
desiredlengthof bakingtime appears
in the display.
OFF
stop
Step5: PressBAKE pad.Attention
tone will occurif step 5 is not done.
BAKE
Step 6: PressINCREASEor DECREASEpad until
desiredtemperatureis displayed.
The word “ON” and the rising oven temperaturewill
be displayedas the oven heatsup. When the oven
reachesthe set temperaturea tone will sound.The
ovenwill continueto cook for the programmed
amountof time, then shutoff automatically.
Step 7: Removefood from the oven.Remember,even
thoughoven shutsoff automatically,foodscontinue
cookingafter controlsare off.
15
G
(continued)
How toTim!
The ovencontrolallowsyou to turn the oven on or
off automaticallyat specifictimes that you set.
the OVelil
C~Of2k
NOTE: l!h%ill%?
be@lning make SWi%?
shows the correct time of day.
How toset
Delay
To set the clock,fiist pressthe CLOCKpad.
“TIME”will flash in the display.PressINCREASEor
DECREASEpad untilcorrecttimeof day is displayed.
start
and stop
I
Quick Reminder:
L PressCOOKTINIEpad.
2. PressINCREASWDECREASEpad to set
cookingtime.
3. Press STOPTIME pad.
4. PressNXEASE/ DECREASEpad until
desiredStopTime appearsin display.
5. PressBAKEpad.
6. PressINCREASE/DECREASEpad to select
oven temperature.
Delay Martand Stop is settingthe oven timerto turn
the ovenon and off automaticallyat a later time than
the presenttimeof day.
For example:Let’ssay it’s 2:00 and dinnertime is
shortlyaf& 7:00.Th~recipe suggests3 hoursbaking
time at 325”F.Here’show:
$tep 1: Positionthe shelfor shelvesin the oven. If
cookingon two shelvesat the same time, staggerthe
pans foi bestheat circulation.
Step 2: Closethe oven door.
Step 3: Press COOKTIME pad.
ICOOK
TIME
Step 4: For 3 hours of cookingtime,
press INCREASEpad until “3:00”
appearsin the display.
STOP
16
Step 5: Press STOFTIME pad.
A. -
“5:00”appearson
the displayand
controlautomaticallysets StopTimeby addingthe
CookTimeto the time of day.In this example,the
time of day is 2:00 and the CookTimeis 3 hours.
Adding3 hoursto the timeof day equals5:00.
Step 6: ChangeStopTimefrom 5:00to 7:00by
pressingINCREASEpad until “7:00”appearsin
the display.
Step 7: Press BAKEpad.
u
BAKE
$tm 8: Press INCREASEpad. The last oven set
temperatureappearsin the~isplay.Press INCREASE
or DECREASEpad until “325°”is displayed.
At4:O0,the oven will turn on automatically.The
.
word “CN’ and the changingoventemperaturewill
be displayedas the oven heatsup. The oven will
continueto cook for the programmed3 hours and shut
off automaticallyat 7:00.
Step 9: Removefood from the oven.Remember,even
thoughoven shutsoff automaticaHy,foodscontinue
cookingafter controlsare off.
NOTE: The low temperaturezoneof this range
(between150”F.and 200°F.)is availableto keep hot
cookedfoods wm. Foodkept in the ovenlonger
thantwo hours at these low temperaturesmay spoil.
When settingyour oven for a delay start,never let
foodssuch as dairy products,fish, meat, poultry,etc.
sit for more than 2 hoursbeforeactualcooking
begins.Room temperaturepromotesthe growthof
harmfulbacteria.Be sure the oven lightis off because
heat from the bulb will speedbacteriagrowth.
G
L Aluminumpansconductheat
quickly.For mostconventional
baking,light,shinyfinishesgive
best resultsbecausetheyhelp
preventoverbrowning.For best
results,we recommenddull
bottomsurfacesfor cakepans
and pie plates.
3. Preheatingthe oven is not
alwaysnecessary,especial~yfor
foodswhichcooklongerthan 30 to
40 minutes.For foodswith short
cookingtimes,preheatinggives
best appearanceand
crispness.
—
4. C)penthe ovendoor to check
foocfaslittleas possibleto prevent
unevenheatingandto saveenergy.
2. Dark or non-shinyfinishesand
glass cookwaregenerallyabsorb
heat, whichmay resultin dry,crisp
musts.Reduceovenheat 250??.if
lightercrustsare desired.Rapid
browningof somefoodscan be
achieved-bypreheatingcast-iron
cookware.
Container
Shelf
Position
Bred
Time,
(hen
Temperature Minutes Cmnmerlts
Biscuits(1/2-in.thick)
ShinyCookieSheet
400°-4750
15-20
Coffeecake
350°-4000
20-30
400°-4500
350°
20-40
45-55-
Preheatcast-ironpan for crispcrust.
Muffins
ShinyMetalPan with
satin-finishbottom
Cast-Ironor GlassPan
ShinyMetalPan with
satin-finishbottom
ShinyMetalMuffk Pan
400°-4250
20-30
Popovers
Quickloafbread
Yeastbread(2 Ioaves)
DeepGlassor CastIronCups
Metalor GlassLoafPans
Metalor GlassLoafPans
375°
350°-3750
375°-4250
45-60
45-60
45-60
Decreaseabout5 minutesfor mufiln
mix,or bakeat 450”F.for 25 minutes,
then at 350°F.for 10to 15minutes.
Plainrolls
Sweetrolls
ShinyOblongor MufllnPan
ShinyOblongor Muffh Pan
375°-4250
350°-3750
10-25
20-30
AluminumTubePan
MetalJellyRoll Pan
Metalor CeramicPan
325°-3750
375°-4000
325°-3500
30-55
10-15
45-60
A!B
325°-3500
350°-3750
275°-3000
45-65
20-25
2-4k.
B
350°-3750
20-35
B
350°-3750
25-30
B
350°
40-60
Cornbreador mufilns
Gingerbread
Canned,refrigeratedbiscuitstake2 to
4 minuteslesstime.
Darkmetalor glassgive deepest
browning.
For thinrolls,ShelfB maybe used.
cakes
(withoutshortening)
Angelfood
Jellyroll
Sponge
Cakes
Bundtcakes
Cupcakes
Fruitcakes
Metalor CeramicPan
ShinyMetalMuffMPan
Metalor GlassLoafor TubePan
Layer
ShinyMetalPan with
satin-finishbottom
ShinyMetalPan with
satin-finishbottom
Metalor G1assLoafPan
Layer,chocolate
Loaf
Cookies
A, B
Brownies
Drop
Metalor GlassPan
CookieSheet
;::
32.5”-350°
350°-4000
25-35
Refrigerator
Rolledor sliced
CookieSheet
CookieSheet
B, C
B, C!
400°-4250
375°-4000
6-12
7-12
A, B, C
Glassor MetalPan
B
GlassCustardCupsor Casserole
(setin pan of hot watef)
B
GlassCustardCupsor Casserole
350°-4000
300°-3500
30-60
325°
50-90
Frozen
Meringue
FoilPan on CookieSheet
Spreadto crustedges
400°-4250
325°-3500
45-70
15-25
Onecrust
TWOcrust
i%l.$my
shell
Glassor Satin-finishMetal Pan
Glassor Satin-finishMetal Pan
Glassor Satin-finishMetalPan
400°-4250
400°-4250
450°
40-60
40-60
12-15
325°-4000
325°-3750
300°-3500
60-90
30-60
30-75
Fruits,other Desserts
Bakedapples
Custard
Puddings,rice
andcustard
Pies
Miscellaneous
Bakedpotatoes
Scaliopcddishes
Souffles
Seton OvenShelf
2ilassor MetalPan
GlassPan
A, B, C
A, B, C
B
10-20
30-60
We-piece pan is convenient.
Linepan withwaxpaper.
Paperlinersproducemoistercrusts.
Use 300”F.andShelfB for smallor
individualcakes.
Bar cookiesfrommix use sametime.
Use ShelfC andincreasetemp.25”F.
to 50°F.for morebrowning.
Reducetemp.to 300°F.for large
custard.
Cookbreador rice puddingwith
custardbase 80 to 90 minutes.
Largepies use 400°F.and moretime.
Toquicklybrownmeringue,use400”F.
for 8 to 10minutes.
Custardfillingsrequirelower
temperature,longertime.
Increasetime for largeramountor
size.
1’7
Roastingis cookingby dry heat.Tendermeator
poultrycan be roasteduncoveredin your oven.
Roastingtemperatures,whichshouldbe low and
steady,keep spatteringto a minimum.Whenroasting,
it is not necessaryto sear,baste,coveror add water
to yourmeat.
Roastingis really a bakingprocedureused for meats.
Therefore,ovencontrolsare set for BAKEor TIME
BAKE.(Youmay hear a slightclickingsound,
indicatingthe ovenis workingproperly.)Roastingis
easy;just followthese steps:
Step 1: Checkweightof meat, and place,fat sideup,
on roastingrack in a shallowpan. (Broilerpan with
rack is a goodpan for this.)Linebroilerpan with
aluminumfoil whenusingpan for marinating,
cookingwith fruits,cookingheavilycuredmeats,or
bastingfood duringcooking,Avoidspillingthese
materialson oven lineror door.
Step 2: Placein
ovenon shelfin
A or B position.
No preheatingis
necessary.
Step 5: Press INCREASEor DECREASEpad until
desiredtemperatureis displayed.
The word“ON”and the changingoventemperature
will be displayedas the ovenheatsup. Whenthe oven
reachesthe set temperatureatone will sound.
TochangeoventemperatureduringBAKEcycle,
pressBAKEpad and then INCREASEor
DECREASEpad to get new temperature.
Step6:Press the CLEAR/OFFpad
whenbakingis finishedand then
CLEAR removefood from oven.
Step 3: Press BAKEpad.
Step 4: Press INCREASEpad. The
oven set temperatureappearsin
the display.
For’FrozenRoa$ts
~Frozenroasts of beef, pork, lamb,etc., canbe.started
withoutthawing,but allow 10to 25 minutesper
poundadditionaltime (10 minutesper poundfor
roastsunder 5 pounds,moretimefor largerroasts).
~Thawmost frozen poultrybeforeroastingto ensure
even doneness.Somecommercialfrozenpoultrycan
be cookedsuccessfullywithoutthawing.Follow
directionsgiven on packagelabel.
U!il
Step 7: Mostmeatscontinueto cook slightlywhile
standing,after beingremovedfrom the oven.
Standingtime recommendedfor roasts is 10to 20
minutes.This allowsroasts to firm up and makes
themeasierto carve. Internaltemperaturewill rise
about5° to 10°F.;to compensatefor temperature
increase,if desired,removethe roast from oven
sooner(at 5° to 10°F.less than temperaturein the
RoastingGuide).
NOTE: Youmay wish to TIME BAKE,as described
in the Bakingsectionof this book,to turn oven on and
off automatically.
Rememberthat food will continueto cookin the hot
oven and thereforeshouldbe removedwhen the
desiredinternaltemperaturehas been reached.
Q.Is it necessary to cheek
doneness with a meat
for
A. Checkingthe finishedinternal
temperatureat the completionof
cookingtime is recommended.
Temperaturesare shownin the
RoastingGuide.For roastsover
8 lbs.,cookedat 300°F.withreduced
time,checkwith thermometerat
half-hourintervalsafterhalf the
cookingtimehas passed.
Q. Why is my roast crumbling
vvhmI try to carveit?
A. Roastsare easierto sliceif
allowedto cool 10to 20 minutes
afterremovingfrom oven.Be sure
to cut acrossthe grainof the meat.
Q. Do I need to preheat my own
each time I cooka mast or
poultry?
A. It is rarelynecessaryto preheat
your oven.Preheatonlyfor very
smallroasts,whcihcooka short
lengthof time.
L Positionoven shelf at B for small-sizeroasts (3 to
7 lbs.) and at A for largerroasts.
2. Hace meatfat-side-up,or poultrybreast-side-up,
on broilerpan or other shallowpan with trivet.Do not
cover.Do not stuffpouhryuntiljust beforeroasting.
Use meat thermometerfor more accuratedoneness.
(I3onot placethermometerin stuffing.)
3. Removefat and drippingsas necessary.Baste
as desired.
oven
Temperature
Doneness
Meat
Tendercuts;rib, high qualitysirlointip,
rumpor topround*
325°
Lambleg or bone-inshoulder*
325°
Vealshoulder,legor loin*
Porklin, rib or shoulder*
Ham,precooked
325°
325°
325°
Rare:
Medium:
WellDone:
Rare:
Medium:
WellDone:
WellDone:
WellDone:
Towarm:
Ham,raw
*Forbonelessrolledroastsover6
inchesthick,add 5 to 10minutesper
~oundto timesgivenabove.
325°
WellDone:
Chickenor Duck
Chickenpieces
325°
350°
WellDone:
WellDone:
Turkey
325°
WellDone:
PouM’y
Q. When hying a roast,me
thereany specialtips that would
help me cookit moreevenly?
A. Yes.Buy a roastas even in
thicknessas possible,or buy rolled
roasts.
Q. Can I seal the sides ofrny foil
“tent”Whenroastinga turkey?
A. Sealingthe foil will steamthe
meat.Leavingit unsealedallows
the air to circulateand brown
the meat.
4. Standingtimerecommendedfor roastsis 10to 20
minutes.This allowsroaststo firm up and makethem
easierto carve.Internaltemperaturewillrise about5°
to 10°F.; to compensatefor temperatureincrease,if
desired,removethe roast from oven soor!er(at 5° to
IO”F.less than temperaturein this guide).
5. Frozenroasts can be conventionallyroastedby
adding10 to 25 minutesper poundmoretime than
givenin guidefor refrigeratedroasts.(10 minutesper
poundfo~roastsunder~ pounds.)Defrostpouhry”
beforeroasting.
ApproximateWastingTime
in Minutesper Pmmd
3 to5 lbs.
6 to 8 NM.
24-30
18-22
30-35
22-25
35-45
28-33
21–25
20-23
25–30
24-28
30-35
28-33
35-45
30-40
3545
30-40
10 minutesperpound(anyweight)
under 10U-M.
10to 15lbs.
20-..3o
17-20
3 to 5 lbs.
35-40
35-40
10 to M NM.
20-25
Over 5 NM.
30-35
CWer15NM
15-20
Internal
Temperature‘F.
130°- 40°
150°- 60°
170°- 85°
130°- 40°
150°- 60°
170°- 85°
170°- 80°
170°- 80°
125°- 30°
170°
185°–1900
185”–190°
In thigh:
185°-1900
Broilingis cookingfoodby intenseradiantheatfrom
the upperunit in the oven.Mostfish and tendercuts
of meatcan be broiled.Followthese stepsto keep
spatteringand smokingto a minimum.
Step 1: If meat has fat or gristlenear edge,cut
verticalslashesthroughboth about2 inchesapart.
if desired,fat maybe trimmed,leavinglayerabout
1/8inch thick
Step2: Placemeat on broilerrack in broilerpan.
Alwaysuse rack so fat drips into broilerpan;
otherwisejuices may becomehot enoughto catchfire.
Step 3: Positionshelf on recommendedshelfposition
as suggestedin BroilingGuide.Mostbroilingis
done on C position,but if your rangeis connectedto
208 Volts,you may wish to use a higherposition.
Step 4: Leavedoor ajar a few inches.The door stays
openby itself,yet propertemperatureis maintainedin
the oven.
Step 5: Press 13R01Lpad.
Step 6: SelectLO Broil(450”F.)by tapping
INCREASEpad once.SelectHI Broil(550°F.)by
tappingINCREASEpad twice.
To changefromHI Broilto LO Broil,pressthe ‘
BROILpad then tap DECREASEpad once.
Step7: Turnfood only
h=.~q
.,.
11(=
onceduringcooking.
Timefoodsfor first side
ll$X\>> ... per BroilingGuide.
it K
/“”
Turnfood,then use timesgivenfor secondsideas a
guideto preferreddoneness.(Wheretwo thicknesses
and timesare giventogether,use fwsttimesgivenfor
thinnestfood.)
Step 8: WhenBroilingis completedpress
CL13AR/OFF.
Servefood immediately,and leavepan
outsideovento coolduringmealfor easiestcleaning.
Foil
use
/1
Youcan use ah.u-ninum
foil to lineyour broilerpan and broilerrack. However,
you mustmold the foil tightlyto the rack and cut slits in it just like the rack.
Withoutthe slits, the foil will preventfat and meatjuices fromdrainingto the
broilerpan. Thejuices couldbecomehot enoughto catch on fire. If you do
not cut the slits, you are frying,not broiling.
i%
Am$wers
isit
Q. Whim broiling,
necessary
to always use a rack in the pan?
A. Yes.Usingthe rack suspends
the meat over the pan. As the meat
cooks,thejuices fall into the pan,
thus keepingmeat drier.Juices are
protectedby the rack and stay
cooler,thuspreventingexcessive
spatterand smoking.
Q. Should 1 salt the meat before
broiling?
A..No. Saltdraws out thejuices
and allowsthem to evaporate.
Always salt after cooking.Turn
meat with tongs;piercingmeat
with a fork also allowsjuices to
escape.When broilingpoultryor
fish, brush each side often with
butter.
P“
20
Q.my 2MX3my meatsnot
turningout as browmas they
should?
A. In someareas, thepower
(voltage)to the rangemaybe low.
In thesecases,preheatthe broil
unit for 10 minutesbeforeplacing
broilerpan with food in oven.
Checkto see if you are using the
recommendedshelfposition.Broil
for longestperiodof time indicated
in the BroilingGuide.Turn food
only once duringbroiling.
(). Do I need togrease my broiler
rack to preventmeatfrom
sticking’?
A. No. The broilerrack is designed
to reflectbroilerheat, thuskeeping
the surfacecoolenoughto prevent
meat from stickingto the surface.
However,sprayingthe broilerrack
lightlywith a vegetablecooking
spraybeforecookingwill make
cleanupeasier.
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5. When arrangingfood on pan, do not let fatty edges
hangoversides,whichcouldsoilovenwithfat dripping.
6. Broilerdoesnot needto be preheated.However,
for very thin foods,or to increasebrowning,preheat
if desired.
7. Frozen steakscan be conventionallybroiledby
positioningthe oven shelfat next lowestshelf
positionandincreasingcookingtimegivenin this
guide IX timesper side.
8. If yourrangeis connectedto 208volts,rare steaks
may be broiledby preheatingbroil heaterand
positioningthe
— oven shelfonepositionhigher.
L Alwaysuse broilerpan and rack that comeswith
youroven.It is designedto minimizesmokingand
spatteringby trappingjuices in the shieldedlowerpart
of the pan.
2. Oven door shouldbe opento the broil stop position
for all foods.
3. For steaksand chops,slashfat evenlyaround
outsideedgesof meat.TOslash,cut crosswisethrough
outerfat surfacejust to the edge of the meat. Use
tongsto turn meat over to preventpiercingmeat and
losingjuices.
4. If desired,marinatemeatsor chickenbefore
broiling,or brush with barbecuesaucelast 5 to 10
minutesonly.
mod
Bacon
QWmtit.yandk
Thickness
shelf
I Position
!
1lb. (4 patties)
1/2to 3/4 in.thick I
Rare
i inchthick
(1 to 1!4lbs.)
BakeryPro&Ms
Bread(Toast)or
ToasterPastries
EnglishMuff5ns
Lobster Tails
Comments
Arrangeinsinglelayer,
HI
thinslices)
GroundBeef
WellDone
Beefsteaks
Medium
WellDone
Rare
Medium
WellDone
Chicken
m or
LOBroil
lfi in. thick
(2 to 2X lbs.)
1 whole
(2 to 2!AIbs.),
splitlengthwise
2 to4 slices
1pkg.(2)
2 (split)
2-4
(6 to 8 oz.each)
D
Hr
8-9
D
D
D
D
D
D
B
HI
9
12-13
13
D
I
6-7
Steaksless than 1inchthickcook
throughbeforebrowning.Panfrying
is recommended.
Slashfat.
LO
15
25
28-30
7
6-7
8-9
6-7
9-12
16-18
18-,20
HI
2-3
1/2-1
c
HI
3-4
13-16
Spaceevenly.PlaceEnglishmuftlns
cut-side-upandbrushwithbutter,
if desired.
Cutthroughbackof shell,Spreadopen.
Brushwithmeltedbutterbeforeand
afterhalf of broilingtime.
Handleandturnverycarefully.Bmsh
withlemonbutterbeforeandduring
cookingif desired.Preheatbroilerto
increasebrowning.
Increasetime 5 to 10minutesper side
for 1Xinchthickor homecuredham.
Slashfat.
10
D
I
Donot
Fish
l-lb. fillets 1/4to
1/2in. thick
D
HI
*
ram Wices
1 in, thick
c
LO
-41-+-I
(precooked)
Pork(h~S
WellDone
Limb Chops
Medium
WellDone
Medium
WellDone
Wienersand similar
precookedsausages,
bratwurst
HI
12-13
2(1 inch)
about 10to 12oz.
2(1 !4inch)
about1lb.
l-lb. pkg.(10)
I
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Spaceevenly.
Up to 8 pattiestake aboutsametime.
D
D
D
c
D
HI
m
8
10
10
17
6
Reducetime about5 to 10minutesper
sidefor cut-upchicken.Brusheachside
withmeltedbutter.Broilskin-side-dovm
first,
8-9
I
4-7
Slashfat.
10
4-6
12-14
1-2
If desired,splitsausagesin half
lengthwise;cut into5-to 6-inchpieces.
G
NormalCleaningTime:3 hours
a) clean Cyck?
Quick Remimk?r:
1. Prepareoven for cleaning.
2. Closeoven door.
3. Press CLEANpad,
4. Press INCREASEor DECREASEpad to set
clean time.
The rangemust be completelycoolin orderto set the
self-cleancycle.
Step 1: Removethe broilerpan, broilerrack, all
cookwareand any ahnninu~ foil from the oven—they
cannotwithstandthe highcleaningtemperatures.
@ven shelvesmaybe left in oven.NOTE: Shelves
willdiscolorafter the self-cleancycle.)
Step 2: Wipeup heavysoil on the oven bottom.
A. ovenFront Frame
‘B.Oven Door Gasket
c. oven Light
Step 3: Cleanspattersor spillson ovenfrontframe(A)
and ovendooroutsidegasket(B) witha dampened
cloth.Polishwith a dry cloth.Donotcleangasket(B).
Neveruse a commercialoven cleanerin or around
self-cleaningoven.
Step 4: Closethedoor and makesure the ovenlight
(C) is off.
Oven shelvesmay be cleanedin the self-cleaning
oven. However,they will darken,lose their lusterand
becomehard to slide.Wipethe shelf supportswith
cookingoil after self-cleaningto make shelvesslide
more easily.
Caution: Chromedrip pans shouldneverbe cleaned
in the self-cleaningoven.
Do not use commercial oven cleaners or oven
protectors in or near the self-cleaning oven. A
combinationof any of these productsplus the high
clean cycle temperaturesmay damagethe porcelain
finish of the oven.
Important
me oven door must be closed and latched~d dl
controlsmust be set correctlyfor the clean cycleto
work properly.
—
How toset
oven
for
ckming
Step 1: Follow steps aboveto preparethe oven
for cleaning.
Step 2: Closethe oven
$&n;:;::;;;:sfx
as it will go.
Step 3: Press CLEANpad.
Step 4: Press INCREASEor DECREASEpad until
desiredCleanTime is displayed.
Clean Timeis normally3 hours. Youcan changethe
Clean Timeto anywherebetween2 and 4 hours,
dependingon how dirty the oven is.
22
The self-cleancycle will automaticallybeginwithina
few secondsand the word “ON”will appearon the
display.When the oven locks the word “LOCKy’will
be displayedand, a short time later,the door latch
handlewill be lockedin position,It will not be
possibleto open the oven door untilthe temperature
drops belowthe lock temperature.
Step 5: Whenthe LOCKlightis off, slidelatchhandle
to the left as far as it will go and openthe door.
thelatchhandle.Wait.until
theword
Never force
“LOCK” goes outinthe display.Forcing the kwd-1
handle may dfunagethe doorlock.
After a cleancycle,you may noticesomewhiteash in
the oven.Just wipeit up with a dampcloth.
If whitespotsremain,removethemwitha soap-filled
steelwoolpad.Be sureto rinsethoroughlywitha
vinegarand watermixture,Thesedepositsare usuallya
saltresiduethatcannotbe removedby thecleancycle.
If the ovenis not cleanafter one cleancycle,thecycle
may be i.epeated.
.
After
cycle
al
Whenthecleancycleis finished,theword“CLEAN”willgo outin thedisplay
andthe.ovenwillbeginto cool.Whentheoventemperaturehas fallenbelow
the lockingtemperature(about20-30minutesafierthe word “CLEAN”
goesout at the end of the cleancycle),the word “LOCK”goesout and the
doorcan be opened.
start
of
How to
DelayStart is settingthe oventimerto startthe clean
cycleautomaticallyat a latertime than the present
timeof day.I?WHZ:Beforebeginning,make sure the
ovenclock showsthe correcttime of day.
‘@lickReminder-Delaystartfor’SW-ckfm:
1. Prepareoven for cleaning.
2. Slidethe latchhandleto the right as far as it
will go.
3. Press CLEANpad.
4. Press INCREASEpad.
5. Press STOPTIMEpad.
Timethat appearsis 3 hourslaterthan the time of
day.Press INCREASEpad untilthe StopTimeyou
desireappearsin the display.The self-cleancycle
will automaticallybegin 3 hoursbeforethe Stop
Timeyou select.
1
For example:Let’s.say it’s 7:00 and you want the
ovento begin self-cleaningat 9:00 after you’re
finishedin the kitchen.The ovenis just sailed a
riorrnalamountso the normalCleanTimeof 3 hours
is preferred.
Step 1: Preparethe oven for cleaning.
Step 2: Closethe ovendoor
and slidelatchhandleto the
rightas far as it will go.
Step 3: PressCLEANpad.
‘&l
#
Step 4: Press INCREASEpad.
-w-
Step 5: CleanTimefor heavy soil can be set for
4 hours.If a longeror shorterCleanTimeis desired,
pressINCREASEor DECREASEpad untildesired
CleanTimeis displayed.
Step 6: Press STOPTIMEpad.
“1000” appearson display’md
STOP
“STOPTIME”flashes.The control
automaticallysets
StopTimeby
TIME
addingthe CleanTimeto the time of
day.In this example,the time of day is
7:00 and the CleanTimeis 3 hours.
Adding3 hoursto the time of day
equals 10:00.
Step 7: ChangeStop Timefrom 10:00to 12:00by
pressingINCREASEpad until “12:00”appearsin
the display.The words “DELAYCLEAN”will also
appearin the display.
The self-cleancyclewill automaticallybegin at 9:00
and finish at 12:00.The word “ON” will appearon
the displayat 9:00.
Whenthe oven locks,the word “IXICK”will be
displayedand, a shorttime later,the doorlatchhandle
willbe lockedin position.It will not be possibleto
open the oven door untilthe temperaturedropsbelow
the lock temperature.
Whenthe cleancycleis finished,the word“CLEAN”
will go out in the displayand the ovenwill beginto
cool.When the oven temperaturehas fallenbelow
the lockingtemperature(about20-30minutesafter
the word “CLEAN”goes out at the end of the clean
cycle),the word “H3CK” goes out and the door can
be opened.
Step 8: Whenthe LOCK
lightis off, slidelatch
handleto the left as far m it
}$ will g. and openthe door.
u
Neverforce the latch handle.Wait unti~the word
‘%OCK” goes out in the display. Forcing the latch
handle may damage the door lock.
(continuednextpage)
23
(continued)
and Answers
Q. mny oven dock is met
VwrkirlgUxm 1Stiuself-dam
‘my
oven?
ii. E the clockis not workingthen
the entirecontrolis not working.If
the clockis not set to the correct
time of day you will notbe able to
set a delayclean to end at a
specifictime.
Q. canI use mnmercid oven
dams on my part of my seMck%ningown-l?
A. No cleanersor coatingsshould
be used aroundany part of this
oven.If youdo use themanddo not
thoroughlyrinse tk ovenwith
water,wipingit absolutelyclean
afterwards,the residuecan scar the
ovensurfaceand damagemetal
parts the nexttime the ovenis
automaticallycleaned.
Q. Can I dean the Woven
Gasketaroluldthe ovendoor?
A. No, thisgasketis essentialfor a
goodoven seal, and care must be
takennot to rub, darnageor move
this gasket.
Q. What should I do if excessive
smoking occurs during cleaning?
A. This is causedby excessivesoil.
Press the CLEARKEFpad. Open
windowsto rid roomof smoke.
Waituntilthe ovenhas cooled
(about20-30minutes)andthe word
“LOCK”is off in thedisplay.Wipe
up the excesssoiland resetthe
cleancycle.
Q. 1sthe %radding”soundI
hearduringcleating no~al?
A. Yes.Thisis thesoundofthemetal
heatingand coolingduringboth the
cookingand cleaningfunctions.
Q. $houki there be any’odor
duringthe cleaning?
A. Yes,theremaybe a slightodor
duringthe first few cleanings.
Failureto wipeout excessivesoil
mightalso causea strongodor
whencleaning.
Q. mat causesthe.hair-like
lines on the enanxkd surfaceof
my oven?
A. This is a normalcondition,
resultingfrom heatingand cooling
duringcleaning.Theselinesdo not
affecthow your ovenperforms.
I@Why do I haveash M in my
ovenafter cleaning?
A. Sometypesof soilwill leave
a depositwhichis ash. It can
be removedwith a damp sponge
or cloth.
Q. My oven shelvesdo not slide
easily.Whatis the ~at.ter?
A. After manycleanings,oven
shel,vesmay becomeso clean they
do not slideeasily.Tomakeshelves
slidemore easily,after each selfcleaningfunctiondarnpenfingers
with a smallamountof cookingoil
andrub lightlyover sidesof shelf
wherethey contactshelf supports.
Q.My oven shelveshavebecome
grayafter the sdfmcieancycle.Is
this normal?
A. Yes.After the self-cleancycle,
the shelvesmay lose someluster
and changeto a deep gray color.
Q. The word “door”appeared
on the disp~aywhen I sekted
the CleanCycle.What’swrong?
A. Thedoor latchhandlemust be
movedall the way to the right.
Movethe latchhandleand cleaning
will start.
oven
When cookingfood for the first time in your new
oven,use time given on recipesas a guide.Oven
thermostats,over a periodof years, may “drift”from
the factorysettingand the differencesin timing
betweenan old and a new oven of 5 to 10 minutesare
not unusual.Youroven has been set correctlyat the
factoryand is more likelyto be accuratethan the oven
whichit replaced.
If you thinkthe oven shouldbe hotteror cooler,you
can adjustit yourself.Todecidehow much to change
the temperature,set the oven temperature25°F.higher
or lowerthan the temperaturein your recipe,then
bake.The resultsof this “test”shouldgive you an
idea of how much the temperatureshouldbe changed.
ToAdjustTemperature:
1. Press BAKEpad.
20Selectan oventemperaturebetween500°F.
and 550°F.
3. Immediately,beforeBAKEindicatorstops
flashing,press and hold the BAKEpad for about4
seconds.The red displaywill changeto the oven
adjustmentdisp~ay.
4. The oven temperaturecan be adjustedup to
(+) 35°F.hotteror (-) 35°F.cooler.Use the
INCREASEor DECREASEpads to selectthe desired
changein the red display.
5. When you have madethe adjustment,press the
CLEAR/OFFpad to go back to the time of day
display.Use your oven as you would normally.
NOTE:This adjustnunt will not affectBd or
CBm
It will lbe
power k BX%I’NWML
24
w~em
Am
seeCkming
Chide.
Propercare and cleaningare importantso yourrangewill giveyou efficient
and satisfactoryservice.Followthesedirectionscarefullyin caringfor your
range to assuresafe and propermaintenance.
Theporcelainenamelcooktopis sturdybut breakable
if misused.Thisfinishis acid-resistant.However,any
food spillswith a high acid content(suchas hit
juices, tomatoor vinegar)shouldnotbe permittedto
remainon the finish.
(onsomemodels)
Somemodelshavea cooktopthatcanbe Iiiledup for
easiercleaning.TOmakecleaningeasier,the entire
cooktopmaybe lifted
up and supportedin
the up position.
Be sameail surfaceunitsare turnedoff before
raisingthe cooktop.Thereare two side supportsthat
lockinto positionwhen the cooktopis liftedup. The
Calrod@
unitsdo notneedto be removedbeforelifiing.
After cleaningunderthe cooktopwith hot, mild soapy
water and a cleancloth,lowerthe cooktop.Be careful
not to pinchyour fingers.
Tolower the cooktop,push the rods back and gently
lowerthe cooktopuntilit rests in place.
f!!?mrfkeunits
am Drip Pans
To clean the surfaceunits,turn the controlto the
highestsettingfor a minute.The coilswillburn off
any soil.
CAUTION
~Do notimmersethesurfaceunitsin liquidsof anykind.
eDo not cleanthe surfaceunitsin a dishwasher.
*Do not bend the surfaceunitplug terminals.
*Do not attemptto clean,adjustor in any way repair
the plug-inreceptacle.
Toremovethe drip pans for cleaning,the surfaceunits
must be removedfirst.
Surface Unit
Fk3ceptacl
DripPail
Do not Hftthe surke
unitmore than 1 inch. If you
do,it may not.k? M on the drip pan when you
plug it back in.
Repeated Ming d’ the surface unitmore than
1 inch above the drip pan cm permanently
dwnagethe rfeceptack.
Toreplacea surfaceunit:
~Replacethe drip pan into tie recessin the cooktop.
Make sure openingin the pan lines up with the
receptacle.
@Insert the terminalsof the surfaceunitthrough
the openingin.the drip pan and into thereceptacle.
~Guidethe surfaceunit into place so it rests evenly.
Q. Can I coverthe drip pans with foil?
A. No, becauseusingfoil so closeto the receptacle
couldcause shock,fire or damageto the range. See
tiieCleaningGuidefor cleaningsuggestions.
(continuednextpage)
—
-.“ Lift the surfaceunit about 1inch abovethe drip pan
--- ad. pull it out.
25
(continued)
ownvent
The ovenis ventedthroughan openingunderthe right
rear surfaceunit.Nevercoverthe openingwith
aluminumfoil or any othermaterial.This would
preventthe oven ventfrom workingproperly.
SWf%’MX!
I&Illp
(onsomemodels)
WhmII
changinga cooktopk_uq9do not touch the
IX&3]at the endsof the lanq3.
The cooktoplightis easilyreplacedwitha fluorescent
tubeof the samewattage.Beforechangingthe lamp,
puHthe plugto the rangeor disconnectthe powerat
the mainfhseor circuitbreakerpanel.
Toremove:
~Lift the lampcover by pullingthe bottomedge
towardyou and thenup.
~Placefingerson top neareach end of the lamp.
~Rollthe top of the lampgentlytowardthe frontof
therangeand gentlypullthe lampfromthe socket,
makingsureit does not hit the hunpcover.
Toreplace:
* place fingers
on the top neareachend of the lamP.
~Pressthe lampinto the slotsuntilit smipsintoplace.
eMovelampcoverdownand snapintoplace.
Contrd Paneland Knobs
Cleanup any spillsor spatterswith a damp cloth.
Removeheaviersoil with warm, soapywater.
Cleancontrolpanelwith mild liquiddish detergent
and a soft cloth.Rub controlpanel lightly.
CAUTION:Do not use abrasivesof any kind on the
controlpanel.The letteringon modelswithtouchpads
is sensitiveto abrasivesandpressure.
The controlknobsmay be removedfor easier
cleaning.Toremoveknob,pull it straightoff the stern.
Washknobsin soap and water but do not soak.
oven
Door
To REMOVEdoor,open to BROILposition,or where
you feel the hingecatch. Hold the door sides, lift it up
and away from the hinges.
ToREPLACE,lineup the door with the hingesand
push the door firmly into place.
26
~F@~ ~tllll~
(onsomemodels)
CAUTION:13f2forereplacing ym.w ovenkunphdb,
disconnectthe electricpowerfor yourrangeat the
mainfuse or circuitbreakerpanelor puii the plug.
Be sureto let the lamp coverand bulb cool
completelybeforeremovingor replacingthem.When
in use, lightbulbscan becomewarm enoughto break
if touchedwith a moistclothor towel.Whencleaning,
avoidtouchingwarm lampswith cleaningclothsif the
lampcoveris removed.
Theovenlamp (bulb)is coveredwitha glass
removablecoverwhichis heldin placewitha wire.
Removethe ovendoor,if desired,to reachthe
covereasily.
Toremove:
*Holdyourhandunderthe coverso it doesn’tfall
whenreleased.Withfingersof the samehand,fiiy
pushbackthe wireuntilit clearsthe cover.Lift off
thecover.
Do NOT REMOVE ANY SCxEwse
oReplacebulb with40-watthomeappliancebulb.
TOreplacecover:
aPlaceit into the grooveof thelampreceptacle.Pull
thewireforwardto the centerof coveruntilit snapsin
place.Whenin place,the wireholdsthecoverfirmly.
Be certainthe wireis in the depressioni:~thecenterdf
the cover.
IIIConnectelectricpowerto therange.
Ekn’vtoRemovethe StorageDrawer or
Kick Palld tomm under the Range
\\
/\
The area under the range can be reachedeasily for
cleaningby removingthe bottomdrawer(on some
models).To remove,pull the drawerout all the way,
tilt up the front and removeit. To replace,insertglides
at the back of the drawerbeyondthe stop on range
glides.Lift the drawerif necessaryto inserteasily.Let
the front of the drawerdown,then push in to close.
TOcleanunder modelswith a front kick panel,
removethe panel by pullingit straightout at the
bottom.To replacethe panel,first hook the top tabs
on and then the bottomtabs.
2’7’
IR4Jin’
MATERIALSTO USE
GENERALDIREC-TIONS
Bakewit id
Broil unit
Do not cleanthe bakeunitor broilunit.Anysoilwill burnoff whenthe unitis heated,
I?KNE:Thebakeunitis hingedandcanbe liftedgentlyto cleanthe ovenfloor.If
spiilover,residue,or ash accumulatesaroundthebakeunit,gentlywipearoundthe unit
withwarmwater.
e Soapand Water
Broiler Pan
Drain fat, coolpan andrack slightly.(Donotlet soiledpan andrack standinovento
~Soap-FilledScouringPad cool.)Sprinkleon detergent.Fillthepanwithwarmwaterandspreaddampclothor paper
andRack
eDishwasher
toweloverthe rack.Let pan andrack standfora few minutes.Wash;scourif necessary.
Rinseand dry.CWTION:The broilerpanandrackmay alsobe cleanedin a dishwasher.
DONOTCLEANIN SELF-CLEANING
OVEN.
Spattersandspillsburnawaywhenthe coilsareheated.
~~ ~()~ USECiiShW$’iSher
Gird” Swfa!e
to dean thesurfaceunitcoils. Atthe endof a meal,removeail pansfromthe Cairod@
wit coils
unitandheatthe soiledunitsat HI.Let the soilbum off
DO NOThandlethe unit
beforecompletelycoded. abouta minuteandswitchthe unitsto OFF.Avoidgetting
cleaningmaterialson the coils.Wipeoff anycleaning
DO NOTimmerseplug-in materialswitha damppapertowelbefore heatingthe
unitsin anykindOfliquid.. Cairod@
unit.
Coa’ltrdKnobs:
@MildSoapandWater
Pull off knobs.Washgentlybut do not soak.Dryandreturncontrolsto range,making
suretomatchflatareaontheknobandshaft.
RangeTopandOven
DO NIT USEsteelWOOi, To safelycleansurfaces:wash,rinse,andthenpolish
Me@ incid.ing
~SoapandWater
ChromeSideTrims
andTrim Strir.ls
abrasiv%ammoni~acids witha drycloth.
Orcommercial
Ovencieaners.
(MsideandInside @SoapandWater
ofOvenDoor*
DO NOT IJSBoven
(MsideGiassFinish @SoapandWater
OvenGasket*
INSIDEOF DOOR:CleanONLYthe doorlineroutside
the gasket.The dooris automaticallycleanedif the ovenis
in the self-cleaningcycle.DO,NOTrub or damagegasket.
Avoidgettingsoapandwateron thegasketor in the
openingson thedoor.Rinsewell. IN(ITE:Soapleft on
linercausesadditionalstainswhenovenis reheated.
OUTSIDEOFDOOR:Use soapandwaterto thoroughly
cleanthe top,sidesandfrontof theovendoor.
Washallglasswithclothdampenedin soapywater.Rinseandpolishwitha drycloth.Ifknobs
areremoved,do not allowwaterto rundowninsidethe surfaceof glasswhilec!eaning.
AvoidgettingANYcleaningmaterialson the gasket.
Coolbeforecleaning.‘Frequentwipingwithmildsoapand waterwill prolongthe time”—
toavoiddditiod stahbg.
betweenmajorcleanings.Be sure torinsethoroughly
For heavysoiling,use yourself-cleaningcycleoften.
If acidsshouldspillon the rangewhileit is hot, use a dry
Ml NM’ USEoven
papertowelor clothto wipeupright away.Whenthe
cieaners,cieamdng
surfacehas cooled,washandrinse.Forotherspills,such
powdersOrharsh
as fat smatterings,etc., washwithsoapand waterwhen
abrasives.Thesemight
scratchthe surface.
cooledandthenrinse.Polishwitha dm cloth.
cleaners9cleansing
powdersor hwh
abrasives.
I
OvenLiner
~Soapand Water
PoreeiainEnamel
andPainted
Surfaces*
0PaperTowel
Drycloth
DSoapandWater
I%rceiainEmunei
DripPans
DAmmonia
Porcelaindrip panscanbe cleanedin dishwasheror by hand.Placethemin a covered
~Soap-FilledScouringPad container(orplasticbag) with 1/4cup ammoniato loosensoil.Thenscrubwithscouring
pad if necessaxy.
$~~]y’~
oSoapandWater
~Self-CleanCycle
For heavysoil,the shelvescanbe cleanedduringthe self-cleancycle.They willchange
to a deep graycolorand will not slideas easilyas beforeself-cleaning.Tomakethem
slidemoreeasily,use yourfingersto applya littlebit of cookingoil to the sidesof the
shelfwherethey contactthe shelfsupports.
@Soapand Water
For cleaning,removedrawerby pullingit all the wayopen,tilt up the frontand lift out. “
Wipewithdampclothor spongeandreplace.Neveruse harshabrasivesor scouringpads.
(SeeSelf-Cleaning
OvenDirections)
Mm-ageDrawer
●
*Spillageof marinades,fruitjuices,tomatosaucesandbastingmaterialscontainingacidsmaycausediscoloration.Spiiioversshouldbe wipedup
immediatdv.
theoven.Whenthe surfaceis cool.cleanand
rinse.
.——
, —.,, withcarebeingtakennotto touchanyhotwxtionof
.
.
Read these imtmctims Compk?tely
ad Carddy.
save
these instrwtions
for
the local ekctrid inspector%mm
(MEmwE ALL
1?4”spacing is recommended fromthe rangeto
adjacentverticalwallsabovecooktopsurface.
Allow30”minimum clearance between wu-face
units and bottom of unprotected wood or metal
top cabinet, and 15”minimum between
countertop and adjacent cabinet bottom.
To eliminate the risk of burns or fire by reaching
over heated surface units, cabinet storage space
above the surface units should be avoided. If
cabinet storage is to be provided, the risk can be
reduced by installing a range hood that projects
horizontally a min. of 5“ beyond the bottom of
the cabinets.
mm m
Nm m mm-R:
L@mi?
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in-dons
witht-heapphw!e!dk?r
instition
isfcompktede
~m
m
iifk~pti~ u~~ f3d
care Guide and Installation h3tlTlctions for
future use.
NOTLESSTHAN
WIDTHOF RANGE
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1<
Channellockpliersor smallratchetwrench
with 7/32” socket (for leveling range)
clwrxm, FOR
$MJ?EFY:
Do Nor Wm AN 13XTENSION
CORDm
THIS13LPPmcE.
IFUSE
OROPEN
I?EMKER
Im?cMtEBEGImING
mmmmoNe
This appliancemustbe suppliedwiththe proper
voltage andfkquency,andcomectedtoan
individual,
properlygroundedbranchcircuit
protectedbya circuitbreakerortimedelayfuse,as
mted ontheratingplate.
Wiringmustconformto NationalElectricCodes.
Iftie electricserviceprovideddoesnotmeetthe
abovespecifications,
itisrecomend~d thata
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MIN.
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OUTLETBOX
W~LL
ONEITHER
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licensedelectricianinstallan approvedoutiet
Becauserangeterminalsarenotaccessibleallw
rangeisinposition,flexibleserviceconduitorcord
mustbe used.
Anti-TipBracket
~w
(installin eitherrearcorner)
(cmthwed
next@ge)
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Fkmil’lgIJmk?rthe Range
Your range, like many other household
items,
isheavy and can settle into soft
floor c0vf3@&3such as cushioned vinyl or
carpdin~e When movingthe range on this type
of flooring, use care, and followthese simple and
inexpensive instructions.
The range should be installed on a 1/4 inch thick
sheet of ply-wood(or similar material) as follows:
when the floor coveting ends at the j’lwnto~tlw
range, the area that the rangewillrest on should
be builtup withplywoodto the samelevelor
higherthan the floorcovering.Thiswillallow
the rangeto be movedforcleaningor servicing.
~
I
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Power Cord Im&dMiom4nsert screws
throughpowercordterminalsso that the screws
passthroughconnectorblockterminalsand
engagenuts.Tightenscrewssecurely.
SCREW+
POWERCORD
RINGTERMINAL
9
&/
+
>?
+
&
CONNECTOR
BLOCK
TERMINAL
~
m&R
~~~ABLE
I
Cable Direct I@a.Mien-Ckunp
bare wires
betweenthe connectorblockterminalsand
movablenutswithscrewstightenedsecurely
1. copper wiring
..
Use on~ya 3-conductor,or if required a 4
conductor range cord set as noted below.These
cord sets are provided with ring type terminals.
The electrical rating of the cord must be 125/250
volts minimum, 40 amperes.
NOTE: Only a 4-conductor cord is to be used
when the appliance is installed in a mobile home
or where local codes do not permit grounding
through the neutral.
3
1. Locate connector Mock at the bottom rear of
range and ‘Eemoverear wiring cover.
2. Directly below the connector block is a hole
with a knockout ring for accommodating conduit
fittings. Brackets provided are used to support
the flexible cord strain relief, which must be
securely attached to the cord set.
b
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+
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MOVABLE
NUT~
SCREW
-CONNECTOR
BLOCK
TERMINAL
s
\
&
1
FLEXIBLE
CABLE
Connect the neutral or grounded wire of the
supply circuit to the neutral terminal of the
connector block, located in the center. The
power leads must be connected to the outside
(brass colored) terminals.
TOR
STRAIN RELIEF
‘PFIOVIDECIWIT
iET. NOT PART
coNNEmR 13UXK 1s
im%KwED Fat ‘COPPER VVn?E
ONLY’.
)2. AkmBinUmr!i
A Connectlengthofcopperbuildingwireto
rangeterminalblock.
B. Splicecopperwiresto ahminum wiringusing
specialconnectorsdesignedand U.L.approved
forjoiningcopperto aluminum,andfollowthe
connectormanufacturer’srecommended
procedureclosely
NOTE:Wireused,locationand enclosureof
splices,etc.,must conformto goodwiring
practiceandlocalcodes.
1. Rangemustbe securedbyANTI-TIPbracket
supplied.
2. Seeinstructionsto install(suppliedwith
bracket).
3. Unlessproperlyinstalled,rangecouldbe
tippedby steppingor sittingon door.Injury
mightresultffornspilledhot liquidsor from
rangeitself.
Typicalinstallatim
ofAnti-Tipbracket
Attachmentto Wall
Bracket
!5
Frame groundedto neutralofappliance
through a link.Ifused in a MOBILEHOMEor
ifLOCALCODESdo notpermitgrounding
throughthe neutral:
1) disconnectthe l.inkfromneutral,
2) use groundingterminalor leadto ground
1unitin accordancewith~oc~codes,~d
3) connectneutralterminalor leadto branch
circuitin usualmanner.
(Ifthe applianceis to be connectedby
means ofa cord set, use 4-conductorcord
ScrewMust Enter
W?/mdoriWeta/
\
1
WVaflFYate
7
The rangemustbe leveLLevelingfeetare located
at eachcorner ofthe base ofthe range.Remove
the storagedraweror kickpanei (dependingon
yourmodel)andusingchannellocks,rotatethe
levelimfeetin and out as reauiredto levelthe
range.-(or instructionsonhhwto removeand
replacethe storagedraweror the kickpanel,see
the CleaningUnderthe Rangesectionin Care
andCleaning.)On somemodels,there are plastic
coverswhichmaybe removedforeasy
adjustment(justsqueezeandpull).
Oneofthe rear levelingfeetwillengagethe
.. ANTI-TIPbracket (allowfor somesideto side
adjustment).Allow=a
minimumclearanceof I/$tf
betweenthe range andthe levelingfootthat is to
be instded intothe ANTI-TIPbracket.
Checkthe rangeforproperinstdation intothe
ANTI-TIPbracket (afterthe ramzehas been
properlyinstalled)by grasping&e edges ofthe
REARburner holesand carefullyattemptingto
tiltthe rangeforward.
I
I
6
ANANTI-TIPbracketis supp&xlwithinstructions
forinstallationin a varietyoflocations.The
instructionsincludea template,a parts listanda
listoftoolsnecessaryto completethe installation.
Readthe HVHWRTANT
SAFHYDHHU.J(310NS
andthe.instructionsthat fityoursituationbefore
beginninginstdkitkm.
8
Be sure allswitchesare in the “off”position
beforeleavingthe range.
CWENWILL
Ncm WORK
OVENLIGHT
DOES
LK.WT
(cmn’dekso
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‘
‘
~
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-
equipgieq)
‘
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~ L@t bulb
isloose or defective.Tightenor repla=.
*$.wit@operatingoven lightis broken.Callf& service.
~uores~ent
lap is loose
or defective.Adjustor replace.
~~r~ssswitchfor 2“sec~ndsc
If lampdoes.not come Oi2, repeat.
~
~ SwitchoperatingIigbtis broken.Callfor service:
—-
.
~
*A~n&n~mfoil.beingused improperlyin oven.
~Ovenventblocked6ntopofrange.,
*~~ge Or oven ~~elfpotleveL
@Ip$otiectc@&re-being used.Ch&k-BakingGuidefbrcookware
,. tips.
,~Clock set incorrectly..
‘.
‘COOkiIIg
Secti&n.
.
~Con~o]s& inc<~fie~tly+
Revieweach
..
,.
.
QJShelf p@tion is -~ficorrect.Check Bt@g9 Wasting and.Broiling G~ides,
NOT
Imm.4
‘
:‘ ..., .-
@(XM@I$M1’knob not set at ~~o~~.
~ ‘“ - .
* (X7EN ~MP l&ob not set at H?CNL.
- ,
‘
~~ool. not left ajaras retiorn~enckxi..
‘ -,
,,
~ Impropershelfpositionbeingused. CheckBroilingGuide.
NOT
ROASTOR BAKE
“
~Food &beingcookedon hot pan.
..
*Cookwareis not suitedfor broiling.’
~Aluminumfoil used on the broil‘panrack
has not betmfittedpro~erly
!.
ahd slit as recommended.
,$
,.
.,
e OVEN SET kIIOb notset atBAKE.
~.~~~N ~Mp knobnotsetcorrectly.
,
~Shelfpositionis iiitiorrect.ChedkRoastingor BakingGuide.
,.
*Oven shelfnot level.
@Incorrectcookwareor cookwareof impropersizeis beingused.
@A foil tent was not usedwhen neededto slow downbrowningduringroasting.
CWEN
T’Cx3H(IT cmTOO COLD.
~Clventhermostatneeds adjustment,See ThermostatAdjustmentsection.
CAUSE
CLOCK A-ND
TIIMERDo NOT’WORK
* hf~e SUre the ekixtricalplugis pluggedintoalive, prOperly~~unded
poweroutlet.
*Checkfor power outage.
*Review C3mtrd, Clock and Timer section of this book.
OVEN V?mL Nor
SHJw’mMN
OVEN mm VvILL
Nor -U’!NLOCK
OWN Nor CLEAN
CYCLE
Z4.FTER CUL4N
“door” APPEARS
ON DEWLAY
isremindingyou to enter a bake temp&@lUd..<
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comfx
13mx AFrm
ImmRD?w OVEN ‘1’mf.E
OR STOPTIME
* This
‘T-” AND A mwm
~If the time displayflashes“F-” and a number,y“buhavefunctionerror codia ~
Press CLEARKX?F.Allowovento coolfor one homlIf the failurecoderepeats,,
di~~~~ect~1 powerto the range.Call for servide. ‘
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FLASH
ONDISPLAY
If you needmom! Jheqhedl,M
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your question about any GE
major appliance, GE Answer &nte@
information service is available to
help. Your call-and your question—
will be answered promptly and
courteously And you can call ally
time. GE Answer Gente@ service is
open 24 hours a da% days a week.
Whatever
AGE Gonstmer Service professiord
will provide expert repair service,
schedt.ded at a time that’s cormmient
for you. Many GE Consumer Service
company-operated locations offer you
service today or tomorrow, or at your
corwenience (’?:00am. to %00 p.m.
weekda~ 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Saturdays). Our factory-trained technicians
know your appliance inside and outso most repairs can be handled in just
one visit.
Youcan have the securefeelingthat
GE Consumer %-vice will still be
there after your warranty ex@-es. Pt.n-chse a GE contract while your wa=
rarity is still in effect and you’ll receive
a substantial discount. TVitb.a rnuitipleyear contract, you’re assured of fiture
service at today’s prices.
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TelecommunicationDevicefor the Deaf
Idividu.ds qudifkd to servicetheir
owma@itmces can have needed
parts or accessories sent directly to
their home. The GE parts system provides access to over 4’7,000parts.. and
all IGEGenuine Renewal Parts are
fi..dlywarranted. VISA, MasterCard
and ~iscovercardsare accepted.
Usermaintemmcekstietions
containedin thisbookletcoverproce=
dumshtended to be peribmedby
any tniwr. Other
shouldbe E%&?md
to qw-tnified.sm””
vicepersomei. CkN.RtioMR
mustbe
since
impmp?r
servicing
qxmtim.
RKmisd,
may came ImL!id’e
Upon reques~ GE will provide Braille
controls for a variety of GE appliances,
and a brochure to assist.in phrming a
barrier--free kitchen for persons with
limited mobility TOobtain these items,
free of charge, call 800.626.2?000,.
Consumers with impaired hearing
or speech who have access to a TD.D
or a corwentioml t.elet~evn-iter may
Cd
800-TDD-G.EFK (860-833-4322)
to request imfix-matior]or service.
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GE
WARRANTY
Skiveproofof originalpurchasedate such as yoursalesslip or cancelledcheckto establishwarrantyperiod.
F
For oneyearfrom dateof original
purchase,we wili provide,free of
charge,park andservicelabor in
your hometo repairor replace
any part d the range that fails
becauseof a manufacturing
defect.
This warrantyis extendedto
the originalpurchaserandany
succeedingmvner for prcducts
purchased for ordinaryhomeuse
in the 48 rnainkmdstates,Hawaii
and Washington,DC. InAlaskathe
warrantyis the sameexceptthat it
is !JMITHI becauseyou mustpay
to shipthe productto the service
shopor for the servicetechnician’s
travelcoststo your home.
AMwarrantyservicewiil be
providedby our FactoryService
Centersor by our authorized
CustomerCare@
servicersduring
normalworki’nghours.
Lookin the Whiteor MMowPages
of your telephonedirectoryfor
GENERALE3S2TFW COMPANY,
ELECTRICFIVXXN’
GENERAL
SERVICE,GHflWWLELECTRICHOTPOINTFACTORYSERVKX
or GENEFL4LELECTRIC
WSKNVER cAFE@sERvlcE.
oServicetripsto your hometo
teachyou howto usethe product.
Readyour Useand Care
If you then haveany questions
aboutoperatingthe productplease
contactyourdealeror our
ConsumerAffairsofficeat the
addressbelow,or call,toll free:
GE AnswerCenteP
800.626.2000
consumerinformationsewice
@Improperinstallation.
Hyou havean installationproblem,
contactyourdealeror installer.
Youare responsiblefor providing
adequateelectrical,gas,exhausting
and otherconnectingfacilitiesas
describedin the installation
Instructionsprovidedwiththe
product.
@Replacementcdhousefusesor
resettingof circuitbreakers.
~Failureof the productif it is used
for otherthan its intendedpurpose
or usedcommercially. ,
* Damageto productcaused
by accident,fire, floodsor acts
of (3M.
VVARRANTC)R
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f?lX31XXVslBLEFC)FI
CONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES
Somestates do not aliowthe exclusionor limitationof incidentalor consequentialdamages,so the abovelimitationor exclusion
maynotapplyto you.Thiswarrantygivesyouspecificlegalrights,andyou mayalsohaveotherrightswhichva~ fromstateto state.
Toknowwhatyour!egalrightsare in yourstate,consultyourlocalor stateconsumeraffairsofficeor yourstate’sAttorneyGeneral.
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M fWWUevhelp !!s
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