Bosch HBN455AUC Product data

Use and Care Manual
Built-In Ovens
Models:
HBL8750, HBL8550, HBL8650
Table of Contents
About This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
How This Manual is Organized . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Parts and Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Parts* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Control* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Display Symbols* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Before Using the Oven for the First Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
About the Appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Basic Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Turning the Oven On and Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Setting the Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Setting the Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Selecting the Upper or Lower Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Setting the Cooking Mode and Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Heating Time Limitation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Panel Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Fast Preheat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Special Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Cook Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
End Time/Start Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Recipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Probe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Sabbath Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Getting the Most Out of Your Appliance . . . . . . . . . . 28
General Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Bake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Convection Bake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
True Convection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Pie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Pizza . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Roast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Convection Roast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Broil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Convection Broil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Speed Convection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Proof . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Warm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Dehydrate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Cleaning and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Self-Clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Avoid These Cleaners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Cleaning Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Replacing an Oven Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Removing the Oven Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Before Calling Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Data Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
STATEMENT OF LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
This Bosch Appliance is made by
BSH Home Appliances Corporation
5551 McFadden Ave.
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
Questions?
1-800-944-2904
www.boschappliances.com
We look forward to hearing from you!
About This Manual
How This Manual is Organized
You can get the most out of your new oven by reading this manual from beginning to
end. This way you will systematically get to know your appliance and become
familiar with its operation and features.
The manual consists of the following sections:
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The “Safety" section provides information on how to safely operate your oven.
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"Getting Started" introduces you to the oven components and features.
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The "Operation" section offers you step-by-step instructions on how to operate
your oven.
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In "Getting the Most Out of Your Appliance" you can find a list of many common
foods with the appropriate oven mode, temperature, rack position and bake
time. This section also provides you with several bakeware and preparation tips.
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"Cleaning and Maintenance" provides you with information on how to clean and
care for the various oven parts.
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The "Service" section includes your warranty and do-it-yourself troubleshooting
tips.
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Pay special attention to the important safety instructions in the "Safety" section.
Safety
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Important Safety Instructions
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Proper Installation and
Maintenance
WARNING:
When properly cared for, your new appliance has been designed to
be safe and reliable. Read all instructions carefully before use.
These precautions will reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, fire
and injury to persons. When using kitchen appliances, basic safety
precautions must be followed, including those in the following pages.
Have the installer show you the location of the circuit breaker or fuse. Mark it for
easy reference.
This appliance must be properly installed and grounded by a qualified technician.
Connect only to a properly grounded outlet. Refer to the Installation Instructions for
details.
This appliance is intended for normal family household use only. It is not approved
for outdoor use. See the Warranty. If you have any questions, contact the
manufacturer.
Do not store or use corrosive chemicals, vapors, flammables or nonfood products in
or near this appliance. It is specifically designed for use when heating or cooking
food. The use of corrosive chemicals in heating or cleaning will damage the
appliance and could result in injury.
Do not operate this appliance if it is not working properly, or if it has been damaged.
Contact an authorized servicer.
Do not obstruct oven vents.
Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless specifically recommended
in this manual. Refer all servicing to a factory authorized service center.
In the event of an error the display flashes and beeps continuously. If this happens
during self-clean, disconnect appliance from the power supply and call a qualified
technician.
In the event of an error the display flashes and beeps continuously. Disconnect
appliance from the power supply and call a qualified technician.
Fire Safety
Do not use aluminum foil or protective liners to line any part of the appliance,
especially the oven bottom. Installing these liners may result in risk of electric shock
or fire.
If materials inside an oven should ignite, keep door closed. Turn off the appliance,
and disconnect the circuit at the circuit breaker box.
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Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this manual. For
example, never use the appliance for warming or heating the room. Never use the
appliance for storage.
Always have a working smoke detector near the kitchen.
In the event that personal clothing or hair catches fire, drop and roll immediately to
extinguish flames.
Smother flames from food fires other than grease fires with baking soda. Never use
water on cooking fires.
Have an appropriate fire extinguisher available, nearby, highly visible and easily
accessible near the oven.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY IN THE EVENT OF A GREASE
FIRE, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
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SMOTHER FLAMES with a close-fitting lid, cookie sheet, or metal tray, then
turn off the burner. EXERCISE CAUTION TO PREVENT BURNS. If the flames
do not go out immediately, EVACUATE AND CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
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NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN—You may be burned.
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DO NOT USE WATER, including wet rags or towels—a violent steam explosion
will result.
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Use an extinguisher ONLY if:
1) You know you have a CLASS ABC extinguisher, and you already know how
to operate it.
2) The fire is small and contained in the area where it started.
3) The fire department is being called.
4) You can fight the fire with your back to an exit.
Burn Prevention
DO NOT TOUCH HEATING ELEMENTS OR INTERIOR SURFACES OF OVEN —
Heating elements may be hot even though they are dark in color. Interior surfaces of
an oven become hot enough to cause burns. During and after use, do not touch, or
let clothing, potholders, or other flammable materials contact heating elements or
interior surfaces of oven until they have had sufficient time to cool. Other surfaces of
the appliance may become hot enough to cause burns. Among these surfaces are
oven vent openings, surfaces near these openings and oven doors.
Exercise caution when opening the appliance. Standing to the side, open the door
slowly and slightly to let hot air and/or steam escape. Keep your face clear of the
opening and make sure there are no children or pets near the unit. After the release
of hot air and/or steam, proceed with your cooking. Keep doors shut unless
necessary for cooking or cleaning purposes. Do not leave open doors unattended.
Do not heat or warm unopened food containers. Build-up of pressure may cause the
container to burst and cause injury.
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Always place oven racks in desired location while oven is cool. If a rack must be
moved while oven is hot, do not let potholder contact the heating elements.
Always use dry potholders. Moist or damp potholders on hot surfaces may result in
burns from steam. Do not let potholder touch hot heating elements. Do not use a
towel or other bulky cloth.
Secure all loose garments, etc. before beginning. Tie long hair so that it does not
hang loose, and do not wear loose fitting clothing or hanging garments, such as ties,
scarves, jewelry, or dangling sleeves.
Child Safety
When children become old enough to use the appliance, it is the legal responsibility
of the parents or legal guardians to ensure that they are instructed in safe operation
of the appliance by qualified persons.
Do not allow anyone to climb, stand, lean, sit, or hang on any part of an appliance,
especially a door, warming drawer or storage drawer. This can damage the
appliance, and the unit may tip over, potentially causing severe injury.
Do not allow children to use this appliance unless closely supervised by an adult.
Children and pets should not be left alone or unattended in the area where the
appliance is in use. They should never be allowed to play in its vicinity, whether or
not the appliance is in use.
CAUTION:
Items of interest to children should not be stored in an appliance, in cabinets above
an appliance or on the backsplash. Children climbing on an appliance to reach
items could be seriously injured.
Cleaning Safety
Do not clean the appliance while it is still hot. Some cleaners produce noxious
fumes when applied to a hot surface. Wet cloths or sponges can cause burns from
steam.
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: The California Safe Drinking and Toxic
Enforcement Act requires the Governor of California to publish a list of substances
known to the state to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm, and
requires businesses to warn customers of potential exposure to such substances.
The burning of gas cooking fuel and the elimination of soil during self-cleaning can
generate small amounts of Carbon Monoxide. The fiberglass insulation in self-clean
ovens gives off very small amounts of formaldehyde during the first several cleaning
cycles. California lists formaldehyde as a potential cause of cancer. Carbon
Monoxide is a potential cause of reproductive toxicity. Exposure to these
substances can be minimized by:
1. Providing good ventilation when cooking with gas.
2. Providing good ventilation during and immediately after self-cleaning the oven.
3. Operating the unit according to the instructions in this manual.
When self-cleaning, confirm that the door locks and will not open. If the door does
not lock, do not run Self-Clean. Contact service.
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Wipe out excessive spillage before self-cleaning the oven.
Birds have very sensitive respiratory systems . Keep pet birds out of the kitchen or
other rooms where kitchen fumes could reach them. During self-clean, fumes are
released that may be harmful to birds. Other kitchen fumes such as overheating
margarines and cooking oils may also be harmful.
Keep oven free from grease build up.
Cookware Safety
Do not place food directly on oven bottom.
Follow the manufacturer's directions when using cooking or roasting bags.
Do not clean parts or accessories in the self-clean oven.
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Getting Started
Parts and Accessories
Parts*
Heating
Control Panel
170¡
Roast
Oven 350¡
Probe 200¡
12:12 pm
Convection Bake
Door Lock
Oven 200¡
Preheating
12:30 pm
Convection Fan
Door Gasket
6
5
4
3
2
Rack Position
Guides with 6 Rack
1
Oven Bottom
Door Hinge
Oven Vent
* Picture shows double oven. Your appliance may vary slightly.
Cooling Fan
The cooling fan runs during all cooking modes. The fan can be heard when it is
running, and warm air may be felt as it is released from the oven vent. The fan may
also run after the oven is off.
Oven Vent
The oven vent is located at the bottom of the unit. Warm air may be released from
the vent before, during and after cooking. It is normal to see steam escaping from
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the vent, and condensation may collect in this area. This area may be warm when
the oven is in use. Do not block the vent, since it is important for air circulation.
Convection Fan
The convection fan operates during all convection modes. When the oven is
operating in a convection mode, the fan turns off automatically when the door is
opened. The convection fan may also run during self-clean.
Oven Bottom
The oven bottom conceals the lower heating element. As a result the element is
protected from damage and spills.
Note: Do not place food directly on the oven bottom.
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Accessories
WARNING:
Do not use aluminum foil or protective liners to line any part of the
appliance, especially the oven bottom. Installation of these liners
may result in a risk of electric shock or fire.
Probe
The probe can be used to determine the
internal doneness or the end temperature
of many foods, especially meats and
poultry.
Flat Rack
Do not clean in the self-clean oven.
Telescopic Rack
This rack allows for easier access when
inserting or removing food. Do not clean
in the self-clean oven.
Broil Pan and Grid
Use for broiling and roasting. Do not
clean in the self-clean oven.
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Inserting Rack
Flat Rack
The rack is designed with a stop so it will stop before coming completely out of the
oven and not tilt.
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CAUTION:
To avoid burns, place oven racks in desired positions before turning
oven on. Always use oven mitts when the oven is warm. If a rack
must be moved while the oven is hot, do not let oven mitts contact
hot heating elements.
Inserting Flat Rack into Oven:
1. Grasp rack firmly on both sides.
2. Insert rack (see picture).
3. Tilt rack up to allow stop into rack
guide.
4. Bring rack to a horizontal position and
push the rest of the way in. Rack
should be straight and flat, not
crooked.
Removing Flat Rack from Oven:
1. Grasp rack firmly on both sides and pull rack toward you.
2. When the stop is reached, tilt rack up and pull the rest of the way out.
Telescopic Rack
Inserting Telescopic Rack into Oven:
1. Hold the rack on a slight angle.
2. Engage the rear hooks in the
accessory brackets.
3. Hold the rack straight.
4. Push the rack in until it is even with the
front hooks.
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5. Lift the rack up.
6. Push the rack in completely.
7. Engage the rack’s front hooks in the
accessory brackets.
This is very important to ensure that
the rack is installed correctly (see the
enlarged picture).
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Control*
Cooking Mode
Touchpads
On/Off
Bake
Convection
Bake
Pizza
Numeric Touchpads
Display
Heating
Dehydrate
170°
1
2
3
Fast
Preheat
Info
4
5
6
Timer
Cook
Time
7
8
9
Light
Panel
Lock
am/pm
0
Clear
Start
Pause
Stop
Roast
Broil
Convection
Broil
Pie
Oven 350° Probe 200°
Recipe
12:12 pm
Upper
Roast
Convection
Roast
Proof
Lower
True
Convection
Speed
Convection
Warm
Convection Bake
Oven 200°
Preheating
Self Clean
12:30 pm
*This is a double oven control panel. Your control panel may vary slightly.
Touchpads: You only have to press lightly on the touchpads to operate them. The touchpads will
not work if you press several of them at once, such as when cleaning them.
On/Off
Turns the oven on and off.
Moves the active field up.
Moves the active field down.
Touchpad for increasing setting values.
Touchpad for decreasing setting values.
am/pm
Clear
Fast
Preheat
Timer
Light
Start
Info
Switches between am and pm in the clock setting.
Clears the last number entered.
Turns Fast Preheat on and off (not possible for all cooking
modes).
Sets and displays the timer. Beeps when time is up.
Turns oven light on or off. Does not operate in self-clean
mode.
Starts the oven.
Calls up information on the programmed cooking mode and
rack position.
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Cook
Time
Sets and displays the cook time.
Panel
Lock
Press and hold for four seconds to turn the panel lock on or
off. Prevents the oven from being turned on or its settings
from being changed accidentally.
Pause
Stop
Press once to pause. Press twice to stop the oven and
clear the programmed oven mode. Press and hold for two
seconds to turn off the oven.
Upper
Switches to the upper oven in double oven models. Press
before selecting or changing settings in the upper oven.
Lower
Switches to the lower oven in double oven models. Press
before selecting or changing settings in the lower oven.
Display Symbols*
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Timer — Is displayed when Timer is active.
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Fast Preheat Symbol — Is displayed when
Fast Preheat is active.
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2
Panel Lock Indicator — Symbol is displayed
when Panel Lock is turned on.
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Probe Symbol — Appears when a probe is
detected.
Start Time Symbol — Used when delaying
the start of a timed oven mode. Shows the
time of day that the oven mode will
automatically start.
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Cook Time Symbol — Used in conjunction
with Cook Time mode. Shows the amount of
time that the oven mode will run before turning
off automatically.
Stop Time Symbol — Used when delaying
the start of a timed oven mode. Shows the
time of day that the oven mode will
automatically end.
*All symbols are displayed on double ovens. Only the Fast Preheat Symbol, Panel Lock Indicator, and Probe Symbol appear on single ovens.
Display: Two lines appear in the display while settings are being made. The value that
appears between the lines can be adjusted.
Upper
a 02:10:23
Roast
Oven 350°
Probe 200°
Press Start if ready
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Before Using the Oven for the First Time
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Oven must be properly installed by a qualified technician before use.
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Remove all packing materials from inside and outside the oven.
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While cool, wipe with a clean, damp cloth and dry.
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There may be a slight odor during first uses; this is normal and will disappear.
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Optimum cooking results depend on proper cookware being used.
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Read and understand all safety precautions and Use and Care Manual
information prior to operating.
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Operation
About the Appliance
Your new oven combines premium cooking results and simple operation.
The oven design has been optimized to improve heat distribution in the oven cavity.
The result is even browning, shorter cooking times and lower energy consumption.
Thanks to Self-Clean mode, hours of scrubbing into the darkest corners of the oven
is a thing of the past. The oven burns off soil simply and easily. All that is left to do is
to remove a few ashes from the oven when Self-Clean is done.
Clear labeling of the touch keys and knobs make operating the oven very easy. This
manual includes all instructions for operating the oven.
Please call us if you ever have any questions. Our telephone number is located at
the beginning of this manual. We welcome your comments and suggestions!
Basic Features
Turning the Oven On
and Off
To turn the oven on:
Press ON/OFF.
The last oven mode selected and the default temperature appear in the display.
To turn the oven off:
Press ON/OFF.
The oven returns to standby mode.
Double ovens: To switch off only one oven, select the corresponding oven cavity
using UPPER or LOWER. Next press ON/OFF within 10 seconds.
Setting the Clock
This new oven includes time functions that require the current time to be set. It is
therefore important to set the clock first.
The menu for setting the clock appears automatically after a power outage. In this
case, proceed directly to step 2.
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To set the clock:
1. The oven must be turned off in order to access the “Setup” menu.
Press Info for two seconds.
The "Setup" menu appears:
10:30 am
Setup
Reset all : No
+
Clock with 12 hours Clock: 12:00 pm
…more…
Press Info to quit
2. Use “+” and “-” to set a 12- or 24-hour clock display mode.
3. Press V.
"Clock" now appears between the two lines:
12:00 pm
Setup
Clock with 12 hours
Clock: 12:00 pm
+-
Year: 2007
…more…
Press Info to quit
4. Use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads to set the time.
The desired time of day can be selected by pressing am/pm.
The clock is now set and starts as soon as a different menu item is selected using
the arrows.
Press Info to confirm all entries and to exit the menu.
Setting the Date
If the User Settings menu is already displayed, proceed with step 2.
To set the date:
1. The oven must be turned off in order to access the “Setup” menu.
Press and hold Info for two seconds to open the menu.
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2. Use the arrows to select the "Date" menu item.
The year display now appears between the two lines:
10:30 am
Setup
Clock: 10:30 am
Year: 2007
+-
Month: 04
…more...
Press Info to quit
3. Use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads to set the year.
After two seconds, the month display will appear:
10:30 am
Setup
Year: 2007
Month: 04
+-
Day: 01
…more…
Press Info to quit
4. Use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads to set the month.
After two seconds, the day display will appear:
10:30 am
Setup
Month: 04
Day: 12
+-
Beeps: Short
…more…
Press Info to quit
5. Use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads to set the day of the month.
The date is now set and starts as soon as a different menu item is selected using
the arrows.
Press Info to confirm all entries and to exit the menu.
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Selecting the Upper or
Lower Oven
To set a heating mode and temperature in a double oven, the corresponding oven
has to be active. To select an oven, press Upper or Lower.
Setting the Cooking Mode
and Temperature
To set the cooking mode and temperature:
1. Turn oven on by pressing the On/Off touchpad.
2. Press the touchpad for the desired cooking mode.
The cooking mode and default temperature are displayed:
10:30 am
Bake
Oven 350°
+-
Press Start if ready
3. Use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads to set the temperature.
4. Press Start.
Note: •
•
Info
The cooking mode can be changed at any time during operation. The
temperature can be changed if it stands between the lines. Use “+” and “-” to set
the new temperature.
For double oven models, the particular oven must be selected before the
temperature can be changed. Press Upper or Lower to select an oven.
"Info" provides information on the current cooking mode and suggested rack
positions.
Press Info repeatedly until the desired information appears in the display. After five
seconds, the display automatically returns to the last screen before it was changed
to the Info screen.
Heating Time Limitation
The maximum heating time is limited. If you forget to turn off the oven, it turns off
automatically after a set period of time (see table below), unless using Cook Time
and Recipe.
The maximum time allowed for Dehydrate mode is 48 hours. The maximum time for
Sabbath mode is 74 hours. For all other cooking modes, the maximum time allowed
depends on the temperature:
Temperature in ºF
Temperature in ºC
Max. time allowed
without activity
100–200
30–120
24 hours
201–550
121–300
12 hours
Heating stops until a setting is changed.
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Panel Lock
The panel lock is a child safety mechanism to prevent children from accidentally
turning on the oven or changing an oven setting.
Turning the panel lock on and off:
To turn the panel lock on, press and hold the Panel Lock key for four seconds. The
Panel Lock symbol will appear in the display.
To turn the panel lock off, press and hold the Panel Lock key for four seconds. The
message in the display will disappear.
When panel lock is activated, all keys are locked except for the following:
Timer
•
Cook Time: Turns off beep for the end of cooking time.
•
Timer: Turns off beep for the end of the timer.
•
On/Off: Turns off oven.
To set the timer:
1. Press Timer.
2. Double oven models have two timers that can be set: use the arrows to select
the preferred timer.
The timer is displayed between the two lines:
10:30 am
Timer
Timer1 __:__:__
+-
Timer2 __:__:__
Press Timer to quit
3. Use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads to set the timer.
4. Press Timer.
The timer starts.
A beep sounds when the timer ends. Press any touchpad to clear the beep sound
and timer.
To change a running timer, press Timer, set a new time, and confirm by pressing
Timer again.
To cancel a timer, set it to zero.
Press Timer twice to exit the timer menu.
Note: •
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The maximum time the timer can be set is 24 hours.
•
The timer does not change when other settings are changed.
•
For double oven models, if both timers are running, only the timer that ends first
is displayed. Press Timer to display both timers.
Fast Preheat
Fast Preheat heats the oven quicker than standard preheat. It is available for Bake,
Roast, True Convection, Convection Bake, Convection Roast, Pizza and Pie
modes.
To set Fast Preheat:
1. Set the cooking mode and temperature.
2. Press Fast Preheat.
The lightning icon ã appears in the display:
10:30 am
Bake
Bake
400° ã
Press Start if ready
3. Press Start.
Fast Preheat can be turned off again by pressing Fast Preheat.
Note: •
•
The temperature must be set to at least 200 ºF (100 ºC) to use Fast Preheat.
Fast Preheat remains on even if the cooking mode is changed after Fast
Preheat is started. If Fast Preheat is not available for the new mode, standard
preheat is activated.
Special Features
The special features provide you with additional conveniences when cooking.
Learn more about these special features in the following sections:
•
Cook Time
•
End/Start Time
•
Recipe
•
Probe
•
Sabbath Mode
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Cook Time
Use the Cook Time feature to operate the cooking mode for a set period of time.
The oven starts immediately and then turns off automatically when the set time is
up.
CAUTION:
To maintain food safety, do not leave food in the oven for more than one hour before
or after cooking.
To set the Cook Time:
1. Set the cooking mode and temperature.
2. Press Cook Time.
The "Cook Time" menu appears in the display with the default time
(30 minutes):
10:30 am
Cook Time
Start time
10:30
Cook time
+
00:30 -
End time
11:00
Press Cook Time to quit
3. Use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads to set the Cook Time.
4. Press Start.
The oven turns on. A beep sounds at the end of the programmed time. Open
the oven door or press any touchpad to turn off the beep sound.
Note: •
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To change the Cook Time after the oven has been started, press Cook Time.
Use the “+” and “-” to set the new cooking time.
•
To cancel Cook Time, set it to zero.
•
Exiting the Cook Time menu is possible anytime by pressing Cook Time.
End Time/Start Time
Use End Time or Start Time to delay the start of a timed mode. Enter the desired
time for the mode to end or start. The oven calculates the proper start time or end
time. It starts and stops automatically.
To set the End Time:
1. Set the Cook Time as described in the previous section.
2. Press the ) arrow.
The end time appears between the lines:
10:30 am
Cook Time
Cook time
00:30
End time
+
11:00 -
Start time
10:30
Press Cook Time to quit
3. Use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads to set the end time; for instance, 11:45
am:
10:30 am
Cook Time
Cook time
00:30
End time
+
11:45 -
Start time
11:15
Press Cook Time to quit
4. Press Start.
The oven enters delayed mode. When the programmed time is reached, the
oven automatically turns on and then off again when done. A beep sounds at
the end of the programmed time. Open the oven door or press any touchpad to
turn off the beep sound.
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To set the Start Time:
1. Set the Cook Time.
2. Press (.
The Start Time appears between the lines:
10:30 am
Cook Time
End time
11:00
Start Time
+
10:30 -
Cook time
00:30
Press Cook Time to quit
3. Use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads to set the start time; for instance,
11:00 am:
10:30 am
Cook Time
End time
11:30
Start Time
+
11:00 -
Cook time
00:30
Press Cook Time to quit
4. Press Start.
The oven enters delayed mode. When the programmed time is reached, the
oven automatically turns on and then off again when done. A beep sounds at
the end of the programmed time. Open the oven door or press any touchpad to
turn off the beep sound.
Exiting the Cook Time menu is possible anytime by pressing Cook Time.
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Recipe
Recipe contains functions with pre-programmed settings. The cooking mode,
temperature and cook time are automatically activated based on the items you
choose in the menu. However, it is possible to change temperature and cooking
time manually.
CAUTION:
To maintain food safety, do not leave food in the oven for more than one hour before
or after cooking.
The following foods can be selected:
Category
Cookies*
Cakes*
Breads*
Bar Cookies*
Pizza*
Pie*
Chicken
Turkey
Meats
Fish
Casserole
Program
Rack Position
Weight (lbs)
One Rack
3
no weight
Two Racks
1+4
no weight
Three Racks
1+3+5
no weight
Sheet Cake
3
no weight
Cupcakes
3
no weight
Round Cake
3
no weight
Biscuits
3
no weight
Rolls
3
no weight
Quick Breads
2
no weight
Yeast Breads
2
no weight
Brownies
3
no weight
Lemon Bars
3
no weight
Self Rising
3
no weight
Frozen Thin
3
no weight
Frozen
3
no weight
Fresh
2
no weight
Whole
2
3.5–8.0
Breast, bone-in
3
no weight
Whole Unstuffed
1
10.0–25.0
Breast
2
4.0–8.0
Rib Eye Medium Rare
2
3.0–5.5
Rib Eye Medium
2
3.0–5.5
Pork Loin
2
1.5–6.0
Spiral Ham
2
6.0–10.0
Steaks 1 inch
3
no weight
Whole
2
1.0–5.0
Lasagna
3
no weight
Macaroni and Cheese
3
no weight
Green Bean Casserole
3
no weight
Scalloped Potatoes
2
no weight
*Insert food after preheat is finished.
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Note: •
It is necessary to preheat for baked goods, pie, and pizza.
•
When using an automatic program, it is not necessary to preheat the oven when
roasting meat or poultry.
•
If the food is not cooked to the desired degree of doneness, continue by using a
normal heating mode (refer to the cooking charts).
•
It is possible to change the oven temperature and time for some programs.
•
Wrap spiral ham with aluminum foil prior to roasting.
•
Turkey may need to be covered after approximately 2 hours of roasting to
prevent over browning.
•
After roasting beef and pork, let the meat stand covered with aluminum foil for
10 minutes in order to reach the final internal temperature.
•
The height of the rib eye roast should be 2 ½” to 3”.
•
At the end of the automatic program check the internal temperature of the meat
with a meat thermometer in order to ensure food safety.
To set Recipe:
1. Press Recipe.
The "Recipe" menu appears in the display with the category that was last
selected; for instance, Cookies:
10:30 am
Recipe
Cookies
+-
One Rack
Press Start if ready
2. Use “+” and “-” to select the desired category; for instance, Turkey:
10:30 am
Recipe
Turkey
Whole Unstuffed
Press Start if ready
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+-
3. Press ).
The name of the first program of the selected category appears between the
two lines:
10:30 am
Recipe
Turkey
Whole Unstuffed
Weight
+-
15.0lbs
Press Start if ready
4. Use “+” and “-” to select the desired program; for instance, Breast.
10:30 am
Recipe
Turkey
Breast
Weight
+-
6.0lbs
Press Start if ready
5. For programs that include weight, press ) and use “+” and “-” to set the weight.
10:30 am
Recipe
Turkey Breast
Weight
5 lbs
+-
Whole Unstuffed
Press Start if ready
6. If desired, the cook time can be changed now by pressing Cook Time. Use “+”
and “-” to set the new cooking time.
7. If desired, the temperature can be changed if it stands between the lines. Use
“+” and “-” to set the new temperature.
Note: For meats and poultry, the temperature cannot be changed.
8. Press Start.
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Probe
The probe measures the internal temperature of the food. The probe is available for
Bake, Roast and all convection cooking modes except Convection Broil.
Inserting the probe:
Insert the tip of the probe in the middle and thickest part of the meat. Make sure the
probe is not touching fat, bone, parts of the oven or pan.
To use the probe:
1. Insert the probe into the meat as described above.
2. Connect the probe to the oven.
3. Set the cooking mode and temperature.
"Probe" appears in the display:
10:30 am
Roast
Oven
350°
+-
Probe
Remove or set probe
4. Press ).
"Probe" appears between the lines with the default temperature
of 160 ºF (70 ºC):
10:30 am
Roast
Oven
350°
Probe
160°
+-
Press Start if ready
5. Use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads to set the probe temperature.
6. Press Start.
The oven turns off and a beep sounds once the internal temperature is reached.
The probe icon disappears when the probe is removed.
Note: •
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Probe is not available in Recipe mode or when a Cook Time has been set.
•
The probe temperature can always be changed when "Probe" appears between
the lines in the display.
•
Do not store the probe in the oven.
Sabbath Mode
•
The range for the internal temperature is between 135°F and 200°F (60°C and
100°C).
•
Always use the handle of the probe for inserting and removing.
•
Always use a potholder to remove the probe since it becomes hot.
•
For double oven models: the probe is only available for the upper oven.
The Sabbath Mode enables those of particular faiths to use their ovens on the
Sabbath. Sabbath Mode must be activated in the Setup first (default setting = Yes).
To set Sabbath Mode:
1. Press and hold Bake for four seconds.
The "Sabbath Mode" menu appears in the display:
10:30 am
Sabbath Mode
Bake
Cook time
Oven
74:00
190°
Press Start if ready
2. Use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads to set the desired time (24 to 74
hours).
3. Press Start.
The oven starts.
Note: •
Setup
Press Off to cancel Sabbath Mode.
•
In double oven models: Sabbath Mode is only available for one oven at a time,
and the other oven must be turned off.
•
The temperature in Sabbath Mode is 190 ºF (85 ºC).
•
You can set a period of time between 24 and 74 hours.
The "Setup" menu is used to customize settings.
The oven must be turned off in order to access the "Setup" menu. Do the following
to make changes:
1. Press Info for two seconds to access the "Setup" menu.
2. Use the arrows to select the desired menu item.
3. Use “+” and “-” to set the desired value.
The value is accepted as soon as a different menu item is selected using the
arrows. Press Info to confirm all entries and to exit the menu.
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The following can be set:
Menu item
Description
Clock with
12-hour or 24-hour display mode.
Clock
Sets the clock.
Year
Sets the date.
Default
12-hour
Month
Day
Beeps
Setting of beep length for finished cook
process, timer and error:
Short
Short (10 sec),
Medium (2 min),
Long (5 min).
Language
Language setting: English, Français,
Español, Deutsch.
English
Temperature Unit
Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C).
°F
Weight in
lbs. or kg.
lbs
Sabbath
"Sabbath Mode" function: Yes or No.
Yes
Key Tones
Beeps each time a touchpad is
pressed: Yes or No.
Yes
Oven Temperature
Offset
Sets the temperature offset value.
When an offset value is selected, the
actual oven temperature is raised or
lowered by this value. This feature is
useful if food is consistently either too
brown or too light.
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The range for changing the offset is
between +/- 35°F (+/- 19°C).
For double ovens: You can set the
Oven Temperature Offset for each
oven separately. To set either the
upper or lower oven, select “Up
Offset” or “Lo. Offset” from the menu.
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Auto Conv
Activates or deactivates Auto
Convection Conversion.
Reset All
Resets all settings to factory settings.
Yes
Getting the Most Out of Your Appliance
General Tips
Pan Placement
Baking results are better if pans are placed in the center of the oven. If baking more
than one pan on a rack, allow at least 1" to 1 ½" of air space around the pan. When
baking four cake layers at the same time, stagger pans on two racks so that one pan
is not directly above the other.
Preheating the Oven
•
Place oven racks in desired position before heating the oven.
•
Preheat the oven when using the Bake, Convection Bake, True Convection,
Pizza, Pie, Broil, Convection Broil, and Warm modes.
•
Preheat is not used for Speed Convection, Roast, Convection Roast, Proof, and
Dehydrate modes.
•
Allow oven to preheat while preparing recipe ingredients or food items.
•
Setting a higher temperature does not shorten preheat time.
•
Once oven is preheated, place food in the oven as quickly as possible to
minimize the loss of heat and reduction of oven temperature.
•
Use Fast Preheat to speed up preheating.
For Best Results
Baking Pans and Dishes
High Altitude Baking
•
Use the cooking recommendations as a guide.
•
Use the interior oven light to view the food through the oven window rather than
opening the door frequently.
•
Use the Timer to keep track of cooking times.
•
Open the door as briefly as possible to avoid temperature reduction.
•
Glass baking dishes absorb heat. Therefore, reduce oven temperature 25 ºF
when baking in glass.
•
Use pans that provide the desired browning. For tender, light, golden, brown
crusts, use light, anodized or shiny metal bakeware.
•
Dark, rough or dull pans (nonstick or anodized) will absorb heat and result in a
browner, crisper crust. Some manufacturers recommend reducing the
temperature 25 ºF when using this type of pan. Follow manufacturers'
recommendations.
•
Insulated cookie sheets or bakeware may increase the length of cooking time.
•
Do not set broil pans or any other heavy object on the open oven door.
•
Do not keep the empty broil pan in the oven during cooking as this could change
cooking performance. Store the broil pan outside the oven.
•
When cooking at high altitude, recipes and cooking times will vary.
For accurate information, write the Extension Service, Colorado State
University, Fort Collins, Colorado 80521. There may be a cost for the guides.
Specify which high altitude food preparation guide you prefer: general
information, cakes, cookies, breads, etc.
Condensation
•
It is normal for certain amount of moisture to evaporate from the food during any
cooking process. The amount depends on the moisture content of the food. The
moisture may condense on any surface cooler than the inside of the oven, such
as the control panel.
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Bake
t
Bake is cooking with dry, heated air. Both the upper and lower
elements cycle to maintain the oven temperature.
The Bake mode can be used to prepare a variety of food items, from pastries to
casseroles. Refer to recipe or package directions for oven temperature and baking
time.
Tips: •
Preheat the oven if the recipe recommends it.
•
Baking time will vary with the size, shape and finish of the bakeware. Dark metal
pans or nonstick coatings will cook faster with darker results. Insulated
bakeware will lengthen the cook time for most foods.
•
For best results, bake food on a single rack with at least 1–1½" space between
pans or dishes and oven walls.
•
Eliminate heat loss from the oven by using the window to periodically check
food for doneness instead of opening the door.
•
If multiple racks are necessary, use a maximum of 2 racks. For cakes use rack
positions 3 and 5. For cookies use rack positions 1 and 4. Stagger pans so that
one is not directly above the other (see graphic below). You may also consider
using a convection mode.
27” appliances:
30” appliances:
Convection Bake
á
Convection Bake is similar to Bake. Heat comes from the upper
and lower heating elements. The main difference in convection
baking is that the heat is circulated throughout the oven by the
convection fan.
The Convection Bake mode is well suited for cakes, bar cookies and breads to take
advantage of the bottom heat, yielding a better crust on baked items. The benefits of
Convection Bake include:
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•
Slight decrease in cook time.
•
Higher volume (yeast items rise higher).
Tips: •
Place food in shallow, uncovered pans, such as cookie sheets without sides.
•
If baking more than one pan on a rack, allow at least 1” to 1½” of air space
around the pan. Stagger pans so that one is not directly above the other (see
graphic below).
27” appliances:
30” appliances:
If you would like to convection bake cakes on 2 levels see the “True Convection
Chart” for recommended rack positions.
Auto Convection
Conversion
Convection Bake and True Convection modes require a 25 ºF reduction in
temperature. Auto Convection Conversion reduces the temperature you enter
automatically. Simply enter the package or recipe temperature when setting the
mode. The control calculates the correct temperature and it is shown in the display.
The Auto Convection Conversion feature can be turned off to allow for manual
temperature adjustments. See "Auto Convection Conversion" in the "Setup" section
for details.
Convection Bake Chart
Food Item
Rack Position
Temperature*
Time
Bundt Cake
2
325
45–65
Angel Food
1
325
40–50
Layers (8" or 9")
3
325
25–35
Rectangle (9x13)
3
325
30–37
Lemon
3
325
30–40
Brownie
3
325
30–45
Yeast Bread, loaf, 9x5
2
400
23–33
Quick Bread, loaf, 8x4
2
350
48–62
Cakes
Bar Cookies
Breads
*These temperatures have been reduced by 25 °F. Use these temperature if
the Auto Convection Conversion feature is turned off.
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True Convection
T
True Convection cooks with heat from a third element behind
the back wall of the oven. The heat is circulated throughout the
oven by the convection fan.
True Convection is well suited for cooking individual serving-sized foods such as
cookies and biscuits. It is also good for cooking on multiple racks (2 or 3) at the
same time. Baking cookies is possible on 6 racks simultaneously. In this case, the
baking time increases slightly. The benefits of True Convection include:
•
Even browning.
•
Time savings as a result of using multiple racks at one time.
Tips •
Reduce recipe temperature by 25 ºF if Auto Convection Conversion is not
activated. Refer to True Convection chart.
•
Place food in low-sided, uncovered pans such as cookie sheets without sides.
•
If baking more than one pan on a rack, allow at least 1" to 1½" of air space
around the pan. Stagger pans so that one is not directly above the other (see
graphic below).
•
For cakes use rack positions 2 and 5.
27” appliances:
30” appliances:
If you would like to convection bake cakes on 2 levels see the “True Convection
Chart” for recommended rack positions.
Auto Convection
Conversion
True Convection and Convection Bake modes require a 25°F reduction in
temperature. Auto Convection Conversion reduces the temperature you enter
automatically. Simply enter the package or recipe temperature when setting the
mode. The control calculates the correct temperature and it is shown in the display.
The Auto Convection Conversion feature can be turned off to allow for manual
temperature adjustments. See “Convection Conversion” in the “Setup” section for
details.
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True Convection Chart
Food Item
Rack Position
Temp.*
Time
325
17–27
325
25–40
1 rack
2 racks
3 racks
Cupcakes
4
2+5
1+3+5
Layers (8" or 9")
3
2+5
Sugar
3
2+5
1+3+5
350
6–10
Chocolate Chip
3
2+5
1+3+5
325
8–17
Dinner Rolls
3
1+4
1+3+5
350
10–20
Biscuits
2
2+5
1+3+5
325
10–20
Muffins
3
2+5
1+3+5
400
14–25
3
2+5
1+3+5
400
23–33
Cakes
Cookies
Breads
Cream Puffs
Fresh
*These temperatures have been reduced by 25 °F. Use these temperature if
the Auto Convection Conversion feature is turned off.
Pie
á
In the Pie mode, heat from the upper and lower element is
circulated throughout the oven by the convection fan.
Use Pie to cook fresh or frozen pies.
Tips: •
Baking times may slightly decrease when using this mode. Check pies earlier.
•
To prevent over browning, the pie edge may need to be covered with foil or a
pie ring.
•
Use bleached all purpose flour or pastry flour for crusts. Cake or bread flour
may yield weak or tough crusts.
•
For tender crusts, substitute a small amount of vinegar for part of the liquid.
•
For a flaky crust, make sure that ingredients are cold during preparation.
•
To prevent dough from shrinking during cooking, place crust in pie pan, wrap in
plastic wrap and rest in refrigerator for 30 minutes before adding filling. Note:
dough can be stored like this for up to two days.
•
The convection fan cycles on and off when using pie mode.
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Pie Chart
Food
Rack
Temperature
Time
2
3
375
375
45–60
75–85
2
425
350
12–15
35–48
2
475
8–12
2
350
12–18
2
350
45–60
2 Crust Fruit Pie
scratch
frozen
Custard Pie
scratch
Pie Shell
scratch
Meringue Topping Pie
scratch
Nut Pie
scratch
Pizza
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In the Pizza mode, heat from the upper and lower elements is
circulated throughout the oven by the convection fan.
Use the Pizza mode for fresh or frozen pizza.
Tips: •
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For a crispy crust, place pizza directly on the rack.
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For a softer crust, use a pizza pan.
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When proofing dough, coat dough with olive oil and cover bowl tightly with
plastic wrap to prevent crust formation.
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Sprinkle cornmeal on the pizza pan to prevent sticking.
•
If using a pizza paddle, sprinkle the paddle liberally with cornmeal for ease in
transferring the dough to the pan.
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If par-baking handmade pizza dough, prick the dough with a fork before baking.
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If using a pizza pan, choose a dark, perforated pan for a more crisp crust and a
non-perforated pan for a softer crust.
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Preheat baking stones while the oven is preheating.
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Bake homemade pizzas on rack position 2 in center of the rack.
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Follow manufacturer’s directions for frozen pizza.
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The convection fan cycles on and off when using pizza mode.
Roast
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Roast uses both the upper and lower elements to maintain the
oven temperature. Roasting uses more intense heat from the
upper element than the lower element. This results in more
browning of the exterior while the inside remains especially moist.
Roast is best suited for large cuts of meat and poultry.
Tips: •
Use a high-sided broil pan, or cover dish with a lid or foil.
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Add liquids, such as water, juice, wine, bouillon or stock for flavor and moisture.
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Roasting bags are suitable for use in this mode.
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When roasting whole chicken or turkey, tuck wings behind back and loosely tie
legs with kitchen string.
Convection Roast
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Convection Roast uses heat from the top and bottom elements
as well as heat circulated by the convection fan.
The Convection Roast mode is well suited for preparing tender cuts of meat and
poultry.
The benefits of Convection Roast mode include:
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As much as 25% faster cooking than non-convection modes.
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Rich, golden browning.
Tips: •
Use the same temperature as indicated in the recipe.
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Check doneness early, since roasting time may decrease. Refer to Convection
Roast chart for examples.
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Do not cover meat or use cooking bags.
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Use the broil pan and grid provided with the oven for roasting. A shallow,
uncovered pan can also be used.
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Use a meat thermometer to determine the internal temperature of the meat.
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If the meat is browned to your liking, but is not yet done, a small strip of foil can
be placed over the meat to prevent overbrowning.
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Let meat stand covered with foil 10–15 minutes after removing it from the oven.
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Refer to chart for recommended rack positions.
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Convection Roast Chart
Rack
Pos.
Weight
Oven
Temp.
Time
(min/lb)*
Internal
Temp.
Medium rare
2
3.0–5.5
325
27–31
145
Medium
2
3.0–5.5
325
30–38
160
Medium rare
2
3.0–6.0
325
18–33
145
Medium
2
3.0–6.0
325
30–35
160
2
2.0–3.0
425
15–24
145
Loin Roast
(boneless or bone in)
2
1.5–2.9
350
19–36
160
Loin Roast
(boneless or bone in)
2
3.0–6.0
350
14–23
160
Tenderloin
2
2.0–3.0
425
18–28
160
Chicken, whole
2
3.5–8.0
375
13–20
180
Turkey, unstuffed**
1
12.0–15.0
325
10–14
180
Turkey, unstuffed**
1
16.0–20.0
325
9–13
180
Turkey, unstuffed**
1
21.0–25.0
325
6–12
180
Turkey Breast
2
4.0–8.0
325
19–23
170
Cornish Hen
2
1.0–1.5
350
45–75
(total time)
180
2
4.0–6.0
325
30–35
170
Food Item
Beef
Rib Eye Roast
(boneless)
Rump, eye, tip, sirloin
(boneless)
Tenderloin Roast
(medium rare)
Pork
Poultry
Lamb
Leg, bone-in
Medium
*Roasting times are approximate and may vary depending on shape of the
meat.
**Stuffed turkey requires additional roasting time. The minimum safe temperature for stuffing in poultry is 165 °F.
Broil
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Broil uses intense heat radiated from the upper element.
The Broil mode is best suited for cooking thin, tender cuts of meat (1" or less),
poultry and fish. It can also be used to brown breads and casseroles. Always broil
with the door closed. The benefits of broiling include:
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Fast and efficient cooking.
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Cooking without the addition of fats or liquids.
Tips: •
Preheat oven 3–4 minutes. Do not preheat for more than 5 minutes.
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Steaks and chops should be at least ¾" thick.
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Brush fish and poultry with butter or oil to prevent sticking.
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Use the broil pan and grid included with the oven.
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Do not cover the broil grid with foil. It is designed to drain fats and oils away
from the cooking surface to prevent smoking and spattering.
•
Turn meats once during the recommended cook time (see Broil Chart for
examples).
•
When top browning casseroles, use only metal or glass ceramic dishes such as
Corningware ®.
•
Never use heat-proof glass (Pyrex ®); it cannot tolerate the high temperature.
Broil Chart
Rack
Pos.
Broil
Setting
Internal
Temp.
Time
side 1*
Time
side 2*
Medium Rare
6
3
145
5–7
4–6
Medium
5
3
160
8–9
5–7
Well
5
3
170
10–11
7–9
6
3
160
5–8
4–6
3
1
180
14–15
12–13
Pork Chops, 1"
4
2
160
8–10
8–9
Sausage - fresh
4
3
180
3–5
2–4
Ham Slice, ½"
5
3
160
4–5
3–4
3
1
145
11–15
Do not
turn
Medium Rare
4
3
145
4–6
4–5
Medium
4
3
160
5–7
5–6
Well
4
3
170
6–8
6–7
Food Item
Beef
Steak, ¾" to 1"
Hamburger, ¾" to 1"
Medium
Poultry
Chicken Thighs
Pork
Seafood
Fish Filets, ¾" to 1"
Buttered
Lamb
Chops, 1"
*Broiling times are approximate and may vary slightly. Times are based on
cooking with a preheated broil element.
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Convection Broil
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Convection Broil is similar to Broil. It combines intense heat
from the upper element with heat circulated by a convection fan.
Convection Broil mode is well suited for cooking thick, tender cuts of meat, poultry
and fish. Convection Broil is not recommended for browning breads, casseroles and
other foods. Always use convection broil with the door closed.
In addition to the benefits of standard broiling, convection broiling is faster.
Tips: •
Preheat oven 3–4 minutes. Do not preheat for more than 5 minutes.
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Steaks and chops should be at least 1½" thick.
•
Use the broil pan and grid included with your oven.
•
Do not cover the broil grid with foil. It is designed to drain fats and oils away
from the cooking surface to prevent smoking and spattering.
•
Turn meats once during the recommended cook time (see Convection Broil
Chart for examples).
•
Never use heat-proof glass (Pyrex ®); it cannot tolerate the high temperature.
Convection Broil Chart
Rack
Pos.
Broil
Setting
Internal
Temp.
Time
side 1*
Time
side 2*
Medium Rare
3
550
145
10–12
8–10
Medium
3
550
160
13–15
11–13
Well
3
550
170
15–17
13–15
4
550
160
11–14
8–11
3
450
170
18–22
17–20
Chops, 1¼" or more
4
550
160
9–11
8–10
Sausage, fresh
4
550
180
5–7
3–5
Food Item
Beef
Steak, 1½" or more
Hamburger, 1" or more
Medium
Poultry
Chicken Breast, bone-in
Pork
*Convection broiling times are approximate and may vary slightly. Times
are based on cooking with a preheated broil element.
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Speed Convection
Speed Convection uses all heating elements as well as the
convection fan to evenly distribute heat throughout the oven
cavity. The main difference between speed convection and other
convection modes is that it does not require preheating.
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Speed Convection is well suited for frozen convenience foods such as fish sticks
and chicken nuggets. The benefits of Speed Convection include:
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Decrease in cook time since preheating is not necessary.
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Crispy and evenly browned frozen foods.
Tips: •
Begin cooking all frozen convenience products in a cold, non-preheated oven.
The food will still be done in package time.
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Follow package instructions for time and temperature.
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Flipping of food halfway through recommended cook time is not necessary.
•
Frozen foods that are sold in microwaveable plastic containers should not be
used in this mode.
•
Cook food items on rack position 3 unless directed otherwise by the product
manufacturer.
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Evenly space food items on pan.
•
For double ovens, only one cavity is available when using Speed Convection.
Speed Convection Chart
Food Item
Rack Position
Temp.*
Time
Pizza Bites
3
450
9–11
Fish Sticks
3
475
10–14
Onion Rings
3
425
14–16
French Toast Sticks
3
450
7–11
Turnovers
3
400
18–26
Filled Pockets
3
350
27–31
Chicken Nuggets
3
400
9–13
Garlic Bread
3
450
7–11
Shoestring Fries
3
450
11–16
Frozen Food
*These temperatures have been reduced by 25 °F. Use these temperature if
the Auto Convection Conversion feature is turned off.
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Proof
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In Proof, the oven uses the upper and lower elements to maintain
a low temperature to proof bread or other yeast doughs.
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Proofing is the rising of yeast dough.
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The Proof mode temperature range is 85 ºF to 110 ºF.
•
The default temperature in the Proof mode is 100 ºF.
•
Loosely cover the bowl or pan and use any rack that accommodates the size of
the container.
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Keep the door closed and use the oven light to check the rising of the dough.
Warm
In Warm, the upper and lower elements maintain a low
temperature in the oven cavity in order to keep food at serving
temperature.
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Use the Warm mode to keep cooked foods hot until ready to serve.
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Warm mode temperatures are 150 ºF–220 ºF.
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The default temperature in the Warm mode is 170 ºF.
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Foods that must be kept moist should be covered with a lid or aluminum foil.
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CAUTION:
When using Warm mode, follow these guidelines:
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Do not use the Warm mode to heat cold food.
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Be sure to maintain proper food temperature. The USDA
recommends holding hot food at 140 ºF or warmer.
•
DO NOT warm food longer than one hour.
Dehydrate
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Dehydrate dries with heat from a third element behind the back
wall of the oven. The heat is circulated throughout the oven by the
convection fan.
Use Dehydrate to dry and/or preserve foods such as fruits, vegetables and herbs.
This mode holds an optimum low temperature (100 ºF – 160 ºF) while circulating the
heated air to slowly remove moisture. The oven stays on for 48 hours before
shutting off automatically.
Tips: •
Dry most fruits and vegetables at 140 ºF. Dry herbs at 100 ºF (refer to the
Dehydrate Chart for examples).
•
Drying times vary depending on the moisture and sugar content of the food, the
size of the pieces, the amount being dried and the humidity in the air. Check
food at the minimum drying time.
•
Multiple drying racks (not included) can be used simultaneously.
•
Treat fruits with antioxidants to avoid discoloration.
•
Consult a food preservation book, county Cooperative Extension Office or
library for additional information.
Dehydrate Chart
Food Item
Preparation
Approx.
drying
time (hrs)
Test for
doneness
Fruit
Apples
Dipped in ¼ cup lemon
juice and 2 cups water,
¼" slices.
11–15
Slightly pliable.
Bananas
Dipped in ¼ cup lemon
juice and 2 cups water,
¼" slices.
11–15
Slightly pliable.
Cherries
Wash and towel dry. For
fresh cherries, remove
pits.
10–15
Pliable leathery,
chewy.
Orange peels
Orange part of skin thinly
peeled from oranges.
2–4
Dry and brittle.
Orange slices
¼" slices of orange.
12–16
Skins are dry
and brittle, fruit
is slightly moist.
Pineapple rings
canned
fresh
Towel dried.
Towel dried.
9–13
8–12
Soft and pliable.
Soft and pliable.
Wash and towel dry.
Sliced ½" thick, skin
(outside) down on rack.
12–17
Dry and brittle.
Strawberries
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Food Item
Preparation
Approx.
drying
time (hrs)
Test for
doneness
Vegetables
Peppers
Wash and towel dry.
Remove membrane of
peppers, coarsely
chopped about 1"
pieces.
15–17
Leathery with no
moisture inside.
Mushrooms
Wash and towel dry. Cut
off stem end. Cut into
1/8" slices.
7–12
Tough and
leathery, dry.
Tomatoes
Wash and towel dry. Cut
thin slices, 1/8" thick,
drain well.
15–20
Dry, brick red
color.
Oregano, Sage,
Parsley, Thyme,
Fennel
Rinse and dry with paper
towel.
Dry at
100 ºF
4–6
hours.
Crisp and brittle.
Basil
Use basil leaves 3 to 4
inches from the top.
Spray with water, shake
off moisture and pat dry.
Dry at
100 ºF
4–6
hours.
Crisp and brittle.
Herbs
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Cleaning
Self-Clean
During Self-Clean, the oven is heated to a very high temperature. Soil is burned off
at this temperature.
IMPORTANT:
Wipe out excessive spillage before self-cleaning the oven.
IMPORTANT:
Do not clean parts or accessories in the Self-Clean oven.
To set the Self-Clean mode:
1. Remove all accessories and racks from the oven.
2. Press Self Clean.
The "Self Clean" menu appears in the display:
02:00 pm
Self Clean
+
Cleaning time1:30 End time3:30
Press Start if ready
3. Use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads to set the desired cleaning time (1:30
to 2:30 hrs). Select 2:30 hours for a heavily soiled oven. Select 1:30 hours for a
lightly soiled oven.
4. To change the end time, press ) and use “+” and “-” or the numeric touchpads
to set the new end time.
5. Press Start.
Self-Clean starts, and the oven starts to lock the door. After a few seconds, the
door is locked and “Door Locked” appears in the display. The oven can be
opened again only after the oven has cooled and "Self Clean" disappears from
the display.
Press On/Off to cancel Self-Clean.
Wipe remaining ash from the oven using a moist cloth.
Note: •
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In double oven models, Self-Clean is only available for one oven at a time, and
the other oven must be turned off.
The oven light cannot be turned on during self-cleaning.
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Avoid These Cleaners
The special heat-resistant enamel and the polished components in the oven can
become discolored over time. This is normal and does not affect operation. Do
not use scouring pads or abrasive cleaners to treat discolorations.
Do not use commercial oven cleaners such as Easy Off®. They may damage the
oven finish or parts.
Never use scouring pads or abrasive cleaners.
Cleaning Guide
Part
Flat Rack
Recommendations
Wash with hot soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and
dry, or gently rub with cleansing powder or soapfilled pads as directed. DO NOT clean the rack in
the self-cleaning oven.
If flat racks are cleaned in the oven during the self
clean mode, they will loose their shiny finish and
may not glide smoothly. If this happens wipe the
rack edges with a small amount of vegetable oil.
Then wipe off excess.
Telescopic Rack
Wash with hot soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and
dry, or gently rub with cleansing powder or soapfilled pads as directed. Avoid getting cleansing
powder in the telescopic slides. Relubrication
may become necessary. Use only hightemperature food-grade lubricants to re-lubricate
slides.
DO NOT clean the rack in the self-cleaning oven.
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Broil Pan and Grid
Wash with hot soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and
dry, or gently rub with cleansing powder or soapfilled pads as directed. DO NOT clean broil pan
and grid in the self-cleaning oven.
Fiberglass Gasket
DO NOT CLEAN GASKET.
Glass
Wash with soap and water or glass cleaner. Use
Fantastik® or Formula 409® to remove grease
spatters and stubborn stains.
Painted Surfaces
Clean with hot soapy water or apply Fantastik®
or Formula 409® to a clean sponge or paper
towel and wipe clean. Avoid using powder
cleaning agents, steel wool pads and oven
cleaners.
Porcelain Surfaces
Immediately wipe up acid spills like fruit juice,
milk and tomatoes with a dry cloth. Do not use a
moistened sponge/cloth on hot porcelain. When
cool, clean with hot soapy water or apply BonAmi® or Soft Scrub® to a damp sponge. Rinse
and dry. For stubborn stains, use soap-filled
pads. It is normal for porcelain to show fine lines
with age due to exposure to heat and food soil.
Part
Recommendations
Stainless Steel Surfaces
Always wipe or rub in the direction of the grain.
Clean with a soapy sponge, then rinse and dry, or
wipe with Fantastik® or Formula 409® sprayed
on a paper towel. Protect and polish with
Stainless Steel Magic® and a soft cloth. Remove
water spots with a cloth dampened with white
vinegar. Use Bar Keeper's Friend® to remove
heat discoloration.
Plastic & Controls
When cool, clean with soapy water, rinse and dry.
Probe
Wipe with soapy water. Do not submerge. Do not
wash in the dishwasher.
Printed areas (words and
numbers)
Do not use abrasive cleansers.
Maintenance
Replacing an Oven Light
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CAUTION:
•
Make sure the appliance and lights are cool and power to the
appliance has been turned off before replacing the light bulb(s).
Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or burns.
•
The lenses must be in place when using the appliance.
•
The lenses serve to protect the light bulb from breaking.
•
The lenses are made of glass. Handle carefully to avoid
breaking. Broken glass could cause an injury.
•
Light socket is live when door is open.
Use only 10 Watt, 12 Volt bi-pin halogen light bulbs. These bulbs can be purchased
through retail stores.
Use a clean, dry cloth to handle halogen light bulbs. This will increase the life of the
bulb.
To replace the halogen bulb on the oven ceiling:
1. Turn off power to the oven at the main
power supply (fuse or breaker box).
2. Remove the glass cover by
unscrewing it.
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3. Remove the halogen bulb and replace.
Grasp the new bulb with a clean, dry
cloth.
4. Screw the glass cover back on.
5. Turn power back on at the main power
supply (fuse or breaker box).
To replace the halogen bulb on the oven sidewall:
1. Turn off power to the oven at the main
power supply (fuse or breaker box).
2. Push the top mounting clip back and
remove the glass cover.
3. Pull the halogen bulb from its socket.
4. Replace the halogen bulb. Grasp the
new bulb with a clean, dry cloth.
5. Put the glass cover back on by
inserting it into the lower mounting clip
and pressing upward until it locks into
place.
6. Turn power back on at the main power
supply (fuse or breaker box).
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Removing the Oven Door
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CAUITION:
When removing the door:
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Make sure oven is cool and power to the oven has been turned
off before removing the door. Failure to do so could result in
electrical shock or burns.
•
The oven door is heavy and fragile. Use both hands to remove
the oven door. The door front is glass. Handle carefully to avoid
breaking.
•
Grasp only the sides of the oven door. Do not grasp the handle
as it may swing in your hand and cause damage or injury.
•
Failure to grasp the oven door firmly and properly could result in
personal injury or product damage.
•
To avoid injury from hinge bracket snapping closed, be sure that
both levers are securely in place before removing the door. Also,
do not force door open or closed—the hinge could be damaged
and injury could result.
To remove the oven door:
1. Be sure to read the above WARNING
before attempting to remove the door.
2. Open the door completely.
3. Flip levers on hinges toward you.
4. Close door carefully until it stops. It will
be about half way closed.
5. Holding the door firmly on both sides
using both hands, pull the door up and
out of the hinge slots. Hold firmly; the
door is heavy.
6. Place the door in a convenient and
stable location for cleaning.
To replace the oven door:
1. Holding the door firmly in both hands,
place hinges in hinge slots.
2. Open door all the way to expose
hinges and slots.
3. Push lever down and away from you
until flush with the bracket.
4. Close and open door slowly to be sure
it is correctly and securely in place.
Door must be straight, not crooked.
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Service
Before Calling Service
Troubleshooting Chart
Oven Problem
Possible Causes and Suggested Solutions
Oven door is locked and will not open,
even after cooling.
Turn the oven off at the circuit breaker and wait five minutes. Turn breaker
back on. The oven should reset itself and will be operable.
Oven is not heating.
Check circuit breaker or fuse box to your house. Make sure there is proper
electrical power to the oven. Be sure oven temperature has been selected.
Oven is not cooking evenly.
Refer to cooking charts for recommended rack position. Check “Getting the
Most Out of Your Appliance" for tips and suggestions.
Baking results are not as expected.
Refer to cooking charts for recommended rack position. Check "Getting the
Most Out of Your Appliance" for tips and suggestions. Adjust oven
calibration if necessary. See "Oven Temperature Offset" under "Setup".
Food takes longer to cook than expected.
The oven is carefully calibrated to provide accurate results. However, the
temperature can be offset if food is consistently too brown or too light. See
"Oven Temperature Offset" under "Setup".
Food is overcooked.
The oven is carefully calibrated to provide accurate results. However, the
temperature can be offset if food is consistently too brown or too light. See
"Oven Temperature Offset" under "Setup".
Convection Bake/True Convection results
are not as expected.
The oven temperature must be manually reduced by 25 ºF, unless
Automatic Convection Conversion is activated. Refer to cooking charts and
tips for rack positions, cooking times and pan selection. Adjust oven
calibration if necessary. See "Oven Temperature Offset" under "Setup".
Oven light is not working properly.
Replace or reinsert the light bulb if loose or defective. Touching the bulb
with fingers may cause the bulb to burn out.
Oven light does not turn off.
Check for obstruction in oven door. Check to see if hinge is bent.
Oven is not self-cleaning properly.
Allow the oven to cool before running self-clean. Always wipe out loose
soils or heavy spillovers before running self-clean. If oven is badly soiled,
set oven for the maximum self-clean time.
Clock and timer are not working properly.
Make sure there is electrical power to oven.
"E" and a number appears in display and
control beeps.
This is a fault code. Follow the instructions in the display.
If the code remains or there are no instructions in the display, press INFO
to display more information (if applicable) and to turn off the beep.
If the code is still displayed, write down the fault code number, turn off the
oven, and call Service.
With a new oven there is a strong odor
when oven is turned on.
This is normal with a new oven and will disappear after a few uses.
Operating the self-clean cycle also "burns-off" the smell more quickly.
Control does not react when a key is
touched.
Be sure that surface is clean and dry. Touch the center of the touch key.
Use the flat part of your finger.
Fan is running during modes that do not
use convection
On some models, the convection fan runs while the oven is preheating.
This is normal.
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Oven Problem
Possible Causes and Suggested Solutions
Warm air or steam escapes from oven
vent.
It is normal to see or feel steam or warm air escaping from the oven vent.
Do not block the vent.
Cooling fan runs even when the oven is
turned off.
This is normal. The cooling fan will continue to run, even after the oven has
been turned off, until the oven has cooled sufficiently.
Data Plate
The data plate shows the model and serial number. Refer to the data plate on the
appliance when requesting service. The data plate is located on the underside of
the control panel:
Data Plate
How to Obtain Service or Parts
To reach a service representative, see the contact information at the front of the
manual. Please be prepared with the information printed on your product data plate
when calling.
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STATEMENT OF LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY
What this Warranty
Covers & Who it Applies to
The limited warranty provided by BSH Home Appliances Bosch in this Statement of
Limited Product Warranty applies only to the Bosch appliance sold to you, the first
using purchaser, provided that the Product was purchased:
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For your normal, household (non-commercial) use, and has in fact at all times
only been used for normal household purposes.
•
New at retail (not a display, "as is", or previously returned model), and not for
resale, or commercial use.
•
Within the United States or Canada, and has at all times remained within the
country of original purchase.
The warranties stated herein apply only to the first purchaser of the Product and are
not transferable.
Please make sure to return your registration card; while not necessary to effectuate
warranty coverage, it is the best way for Bosch to notify you in the unlikely event of
a safety notice or product recall.
How Long the Warranty
Lasts
Bosch warrants that the Product is free from defects in materials and workmanship
for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of purchase. The foregoing timeline
begins to run upon the date of purchase, and shall not be stalled, tolled, extended,
or suspended, for any reason whatsoever.
Repair/Replace as Your
Exclusive Remedy
During this warranty period, Bosch or one of its authorized service providers will
repair your Product without charge to you (subject to certain limitations stated
herein) if your Product proves to have been manufactured with a defect in materials
or workmanship. If reasonable attempts to repair the Product have been made
without success, then Bosch will replace your Product (upgraded models may be
available to you, in Bosch's sole discretion, for an additional charge). All removed
parts and components shall become the property of Bosch at its sole option. All
replaced and/or repaired parts shall assume the identity of the original part for
purposes of this warranty and this warranty shall not be extended with respect to
such parts. Bosch's sole liability and responsibility hereunder is to repair
manufacturer-defective Product only, using a Bosch-authorized service provider
during normal business hours. For safety and property damage concerns, Bosch
highly recommends that you do not attempt to repair the Product yourself, or use an
un-authorized servicer; Bosch will have no responsibility or liability for repairs or
work performed by a non-authorized servicer. If you choose to have someone other
than an authorized service provider work on your Product, THIS WARRANTY WILL
AUTOMATICALLY BECOME NULL AND VOID. Authorized service providers are
those persons or companies that have been specially trained on Bosch products,
and who possess, in Bosch's opinion, a superior reputation for customer service
and technical ability (note that they are independent entities and are not agents,
partners, affiliates or representatives of Bosch). Notwithstanding the foregoing,
Bosch will not incur any liability, or have responsibility, for the Product if it is located
in a remote area (more than 100 miles from an authorized service provider) or is
reasonably inaccessible, hazardous, threatening, or treacherous locale,
surroundings, or environment; in any such event, if you request, Bosch would still
pay for labor and parts and ship the parts to the nearest authorized service provider,
but you would still be fully liable and responsible for any travel time or other special
charges by the service company, assuming they agree to make the service call.
Out of Warranty Product
Bosch is under no obligation, at law or otherwise, to provide you with any
concessions, including repairs, pro-rates, or Product replacement, once this
warranty has expired.
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Warranty Exclusions
The warranty coverage described herein excludes all defects or damage that are
not the direct fault of Bosch, including without limitation, one or more of the
following:
•
Use of the Product in anything other than its normal, customary and intended
manner (including without limitation, any form of commercial use, use or storage
of an indoor product outdoors, use of the Product in conjunction with air or
water-going vessels).
•
Any party's willful misconduct, negligence, misuse, abuse, accidents, neglect,
improper operation, failure to maintain, improper or negligent installation,
tampering, failure to follow operating instructions, mishandling, unauthorized
service (including self-performed "fixing" or exploration of the appliance's
internal workings).
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Adjustment, alteration or modification of any kind.
•
A failure to comply with any applicable state, local, city, or county electrical,
plumbing and/or building codes, regulations, or laws, including failure to install
the product in strict conformity with local fire and building codes and regulations.
•
Ordinary wear and tear, spills of food, liquid, grease accumulations, or other
substances that accumulate on, in, or around the Product.
•
Any external, elemental and/or environmental forces and factors, including
without limitation, rain, wind, sand, floods, fires, mud slides, freezing
temperatures, excessive moisture or extended exposure to humidity, lightning,
power surges, structural failures surrounding the appliance, and acts of God.
In no event shall Bosch have any liability or responsibility whatsoever for damage to
surrounding property, including cabinetry, floors, ceilings, and other structures or
objects around the Product. Also excluded from this warranty are scratches, nicks,
minor dents, and cosmetic damages on external surfaces and exposed parts;
Products on which the serial numbers have been altered, defaced, or removed;
service visits to teach you how to use the Product, or visits where there is nothing
wrong with the Product; correction of installation problems (you are solely
responsible for any structure and setting for the Product, including all electrical,
plumbing or other connecting facilities, for proper foundation/flooring, and for any
alterations including without limitation cabinetry, walls, floors, shelving, etc.); and
resetting of breakers or fuses.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, THIS WARRANTY SETS OUT YOUR
EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES WITH RESPECT TO PRODUCT, WHETHER THE
CLAIM ARISES IN CONTRACT OR TORT (INCLUDING STRICT LIABILITY, OR
NEGLIGENCE) OR OTHERWISE. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. ANY WARRANTY IMPLIED
BY LAW, WHETHER FOR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR OTHERWISE, SHALL BE EFFECTIVE ONLY FOR
THE PERIOD THAT THIS EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EFFECTIVE. IN
NO EVENT WILL THE MANUFACTURER BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL,
SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, "BUSINESS LOSS", AND/OR PUNITIVE
DAMAGES, LOSSES, OR EXPENSES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION
TIME AWAY FROM WORK, HOTELS AND/OR RESTAURANT MEALS,
REMODELLING EXPENSES IN EXCESS OF DIRECT DAMAGES WHICH ARE
DEFINITIVELY CAUSED EXCLUSIVELY BY BOSCH, OR OTHERWISE. SOME
STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, AND SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW
LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE
ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES
YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS
WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
No attempt to alter, modify or amend this warranty shall be effective unless
authorized in writing by an officer of BSH.
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Notes:
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