Maytag | 338972 | ELECTRIC BUILT-IN OVEN USE AND CARE MANUAL

ELECTRIC
BUILT-IN
OVEN
USE AND CARE MANUAL
Copy Your
i
Model
Model and Serial numbers are on a
plate, behind the oven door, on the
front frame. If you call for service, or
with a question, have this information
ready.
Keep this book, your installation guide,
your warranty
and the sales slip
together.
and Serial
Numbers
Model No.:
Pal
No
338972
SAFETY
RULES
.3,4
HOW TO USE YOUR OVEN
.
.
.
*
.
Clock and
For Models
Clock and
For Models
Oven Lfghl
Rack and
Oven Venl
New Oven
COOKING
.
.
*
Oven Conlrols
wIthout Self Cleaning
Ovens
Oven Conlrols
wllh Sel’ Cleaning
Ovens
Pan
Arrarlyemenl
Odor
HINTS
Prehearlng
Using Fo,l
Bdng
TIPS
PosltIonIng
Broiler
*
.5-7
Choosing
Common
Oven Cookware
Baking Problems
CLEANING
5
.
*
*
*
6
7
7
7
7
PHI
2
AND CARE
lo-14
Oven Cleaning
Clemno
Charl
Replaclig
the Oven Llghl
Removable
Oven Racks
Removable
Oven Door
PREVENTING
-7-g
9
and Causes
SERVICE
10 11
l?
13
13
14
CALLS
.15
IMPORTANT
Read the Safety
INSTRUCTIONS
Rules below and all operating
before using this aooliance.
I
Keep this manual
for later use
Be sure your oven
properly
15. installed
and grounded
Never try to fix or replace any part of the oven
unless this book tells you to. All other work should
be done oy a skllled technician.
Never block free alrflow through
See page 5
the oven vent
Teach your children not to play with oven knobs
or any otther part of the range Never let children
sit or stand on the open oven door.
Never leave children alone or unwatched where
an oven IS In use Children should never be allowed to sit or stand on the open oven door
Teach
children
not to play with oven controls.
Uever use your oven for warming or heating a
room. Such use can be dangerous and hurt oven
parts.
instructions
I
Never heat unopened food containers. Pressure
build-up may make container burst and cause
injury.
Never wear loose clothing while using your oven.
Such clothes could catch fire.
Always use care when opening oven door. Let
hot air or steam out before moving food.
Always
move oven racks while oven
IS cool
Always use dry pot holders when removing pans
from the oven. Moist or damp pot holders can
cause steam burns. Do not use a towel or other
bulky cloth. It may catch fire on the element.
Never try to move a pan of hot fat, especially
deep fat fryer. Walt until the fat has cooled
a
Always keep the oven area clear and free from
things that will burn, gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids. Never store things in
an oven. These things may catch fire and plastic
items may melt and burn.
Never touch oven heating elements or intenor surfaces of oven. Heating elements and nearby areas
may be hot enough to burn you even though they
are dark In color. During and after use, do not let
clothing or flammable materials touch heating
elements or oven surfaces until they have had time
to cool Other surfaces that may become hot durtng use are the oven vent duct and the oven door.
When brotllng always take the broiler pan out of
the range and clean It when you are finished cooking If you forget that a broiler pan was left In the
range and later turn on the oven, you may start
a fire
.
ul
Q
i
K
Never use aluminum foil to line oven bottoms. Only use foil as shown on page 7 of this book. Improper use of foil could start a fire.
SELF-CLEANING
OVEN ONLY
Always take the oven racks, the broiler pan ano
other pots and pans out of the oven before a self
clean cycle
Never use any kind of oven cleaner or oven liner
coating. Do not use any spray cans near your
oven. The gas used to make these cans spray can
make metal parts rust in areas of high heat
The door gasket IS needed for a good seal so care
should be taken not to rub or move the gasket
Clean wtth hydrogen peroxide. See page 8.
Always follow cleaning instructtons on pages 10
and 11 of this book Never try to clean other things
In the oven during a self clean cycle unless this
book tells you to
’
3VEN CONTROLS (For Models wl:tloul
CLOCK A
, ‘elf-Cleaning
Ovens)
: ,(I“,“I, “1,l,,,,,new,iil\jC ,i cc>:,,,,is, j ! , ‘IIFLl,. I’ hCII ‘IS;c :/c ‘1” ) :,I ,‘_
stop Later
It bun””
lk,nq I,me w,,h St1
kn”,,
ed by pushq
the correspond,ng
lurrl,on bunon The messages I” the-d,splay
show you which lunl,on IS currenlly being displayed
While Ihe lwnclron 1s he
(“9 displayed you can change I, wlh Ihe SET knob You can change any pro
grammed fucl~on al any lfme
TONES
End of Cycle Tone (3 long bee s one second on one second oh sn”*s Iha:
limed oven operal~on has reac Ii ed STOP TIME or lhal Ihe Timer b as counted
3
:
TO
?
3
TO
Pu’
[he
Atlenl~on Tone (sews of short beeps one uailer second on one quarler se
cond “K unlll proper response 1s given) w,I9 sound ,I oven has onl been par
rsally programmed
For example
II you have selfxled a COOK lf ME bu! no
Ir~perarure
ou WIII hear Ihe anenlfon l”ne unlll you selea a remperalure
01
pus” OVEN 8 ANCEL
The r\lot,l,ca!,on Tone w,II wund tier, ,“e oven has s,ab,iued a, the scIm31ec
,“1<
,empera,“re
The d,splay WIII show IhIs lem eralure hdOW,he
Lll~en I,n,shcd baking push Ihe OVEN CA R CEL hution
BROIL
Push BROI, bullon
Turn SET knob 10 HI or LO BiomI (See pa f 8;
bun”?
When l,n,shed bmhng
push Iht OVEN C .%N&L
USE TIMED OVEN/DELAY
START
,he food 11 Ihe oven and program your Elearon~c Range Conlrol 1” l,,r”
O?E~ on an” “K Follow ~nslrucl~“ns below
lronfc Range Conlrol
push Ihe OVEN CAN
ou were programmfng
EL bunon and II
ycu are unable 1” cancel Ihe lallure ,“ne with Ihe OVEN CANCEL
Ole range or “~!~“““ec,
Ihe ‘INX,, breaker
5
bunon
Ihe Elec
unplug
__
To cancel any timed own operalfo”.
push Ihe OVEN CANCEL bu:lon
To Sla” Now and Slop Laler
Push COOK TIME bun””
;
Se1 le” Ih 01 bakjng ,~me wh SET knob
Push BB KE bullon
4 Se1 desired lem eralure wllh SET knob
5 When STOP TIM f 1s reached Ihe end of cycle lone w,ll zould and ;i,c OLP-,
WI,, ,urn on
Note Push lhe STOP TIME bunon lo I,“d ou, when Ihe end 01 cyc’c ,o-,E .., ,I
sound and Ihe oven will lurn on
To Stan Later and Slo Laler
1 Push COOK TIME g ““on
2 Set len Ih “I bakfnq lr”e wllh SET knob
;
Push S9 OP TIME button
Se1 Lyme 01 dav when bak,nc should be compIeled w~ib SET isc:.
5
Push BAKE bunon
$ Sel desred lemperat”re
wlh SET knob
When STOP TIME 1s reached
Ihe end 01 cycle lone WIII souno ar,n ,i,t
oven Will l”,” on
CLOCK AND OVEN CONTROLS
(For Models With Self-Cleaning Ovens)
The oven of your Neil range 1scoredled
by [he E
TO SET
THE CLOCK _~~
n ir,nr,,i
6
End of Cycle Tone (3 long beeps-one
second on. on second or] shcws
Ihal a limed oven opeta~~on has reached STOP TIME or lhal 1% Time,
has counled
down
AIlenQo”
Tone (sews 01 shofl beeps. one quarter second on one quaner
second off until proper response IS give”) wll sound II oven has onl has
onl been p&ally
programmed
For example. II you have selezled a cyOOK
ou WIII hear the anemn
lone lhen you s&cl
TII;(E but no temperalure
a lemperalure
or push 0 ,Y EN CANCEL
Nolification
Tone single. one second beep) shows that 1% oven h,?c
stabllred
al Ihe se f ecled temperalure
Ke~rone (smqle. one lenlh second beeoi sounds whenever
an bunt”
IS
ushed
E allure Ty
(set~es 01 very rapd beep, :“eelghIh
second o” one gua”er
second 0 display wll show
O-FE
ancel fal we lone pushing lhe VEN
CANCEL
mn.
If the Iallure occured
while
ou were programm,“g
the
Eleclron~c Range Conlrol push Ihe OVEN CA r. CEL button and try agal”
II you St111gel a Iallure lone, call for service
II you are unable 10 cancel
the fa~lure wllh Ihe OVEN CANCEL
bullon. unplug Ihe range or dlscon
nect Ihe circu~i breaker.
Wflh re~jpes Ihal ca!l lor a” we” prehea,ed 10 a cerlatn lemperalure
/I IS very
~m~ortanr that you IoIlow lhose ~ns,rx,~o”s
II 15 no, likely lhal you will get good
baking resulls every lfme wtlhoul preheallq
10 the needed lemperalure.
unless
Ihe rectpe says 10 Slart I” a cold oven
Aher the oven 1s prehealed
and you are ready lo out Ihe load I” KY lo
have everylhlng handy so lhal you will “M have lo leave Ihe oven door open
for a” extended perto., 01 ,,me
O,Xnlng Ihe door 10 check Ihe load dw”g baking makes I! tmpossble lor Ihe
Oven 10 slay a! Ihe lemperalure
you have selecled Try 10 lime your baking
and check only when close lo bwng finIshed
NOTE When usmg cwkware
made of ovenprml
glass or pottery, Teflon
coated cookware or dull or darkened pans I” Ihe oven. be sure lo reduce
recipe temperature
bv 25F0 (see Choosfng Cookware Ghan page IO)
USING FOIL
She?’ Cakes Caak~es
BlSCUlIS
The pa” or pans ustng the least
amount of rack area should be
@Ed
or Ihe lower 01 Ihe two
care Layers Pies
Casseroles. 3 pans
For Bakfng
To calch sp~llovers, cul a pfece 01 foil sllghlly larger lhan lhe pan and turn
up Ihe edges use two o”e” racks and put Ihe loll on the lower oven rack
below the pan Do nol use alumtnum
foil dwacllv under a oan on Ihe same
oven rack The loll WIII reflect heal away lror6 rhe pan
Angel Fwd
or Sponge Cake
When
us,ng
IWO racks
and
several pans. stagger lhem so
an 1s dlreclly
above
no
ano, t?er
Do nol cover the oven botlom or an enllre oven rack
wth loll The loll can block normal
heat flow, cause
For Roastmg
For slow brownmg.
place a 1011“tent” lx&y
over Ihe mea, Thfs IS especial
ly good on a large lurkey
The ‘ten1 lels oven heal clrculale
under Ihe
loll Sealing the la wtll lend lo steam the meal
To reduce spatlermg.
llghlly crush loll and put II tn the txxom
of Ihe pan
under the food
For Broiling
Do no1 cover the enwe
broiler
gnd wlh loll Poor
dramage
of hol fat may cause a brofler fare
If a lfre starts. close Ihe oven door and turn controls
OH. II 11r.aconlmues.
throw bakmg soda on Ihe llre Do
ml put water or Hour on Ihe (Ire Flour may be exploswe
Cake Layers P,es
4 Pans (slaggered)
OVEN VENT
I
When
Imel
Ihe oven IS on. healed
atr moves
through
a vent below
the control
A
The vent IS needed for proper air flow in the oven end good baking
~~~11s. Do not block lhls vent Dclng so may cause cooking failure, fire
or damage
10 the oven.
7
-.
BROILING
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Your oven
(See page
TIPS
door should be open lo the stop position
while broiling
14). II Ihe door IS closed, Ihe food will roast and not broil.
Use only the brocler pan and grid furnIshed
‘nQ They are deslgned for proper dralnage
prevenl spatter. smoke or 11re
wth your range for broilof fat and llqulds and help
Do not preheat
when broiling
For even brolllng on bolh sides sfar(
the food on a cold pan Allow sllghtfy more lhan hall Ihe CookIng lime
for rhe ltrsl side then turn Ihe food wng tongs If you pwce (he meal
wfh a fork, the jwces will escape
Mosl foods can be brolled on Ihe HI senlng Selecr Ihe LO brolr senlng
lo avoid excesswe
browning
or dr mg of Icods rhal should be cooked IO
the well done srage (such as lhlc t: pork chops or poullry)
The closer fhe food IS lo Ihe broil efemenf Ihe faster Ihe meal browns oN
fhe oulslde, yel slays red lo pink in fhe center
Moving Ihe meal farlher
away from Ihe element lels Ihe meal cook lo Ihe Center while browning
oulslde
Food
Rack
POSlllOrl
4 = tilghesr
1 = Lowest
TOM Times
(Mmutes)
When broiling frozen meals. use one rack poslllon lower lhan recom
mended up lo 1’1~ limes Ihe suQQf?sled broullng twne
Trim Ihe o&r
layer of fat from steaks
lo keep the meal from curling
and chops
Sl~f lhe lany edges
Always put Ihe food bwg broIled on the proper rack (see charl at right)
Food placed 100 close to the broiler may spatter, smoke or calch IIre.
For maxImum
fuIclness, salt Ihe llrsr side lust before
Sail Ihe second side fust before serwng
Brush chlcken and llsh wllh butter several limes
brolllng llsh, grease Ihe Qrld lo prevent SllCklnQ
turning
as lhey
the meat
broil
When
Never leave a soiled broiler pan in Ihe range. Grease In the pan may
smoke or lgnrle Ihe next time the oven IS used See page 10 for lips
on cleaning
Ihe broiler pan and Qrld
Be sure you know the correcl
See page 4
POSITIONING
BROILER
procedure
for puning
out a grease
fore
PAN
Tender
Bro111n IS cookIng by dlrecl heal from Ihe upper oven element
meal should be selected for brolllng
For best
cuts c P meal or marinaled
resulls steaks and chops should be at leas! %” thick
After placing food on Ihe broiler pan put Ihe pan on an oven rack in Ihe
roper posuon
The recommended
rack posillon and cookIng I~me can
Ee found w rhe chari at nghl
This chart IS a general guide. The size, weight, thickness
and starting lemperature of the food, as well as your own
personal preference. will affect the cook time
i
’
OVEN
COOKWARE
~
I
-1
Absorbs
reduces
Aluminum
heat faster Ihan glass or sleel and conducts
spaltermg
of roasls
Besl lor cakes, mufhns.
heat well. Produces
delicate
quick breads, cookies.
and
browning,
roasllng.
lender
crust.
and
1
.~
-i
Ovenproof
Darkened
COMMON
Glass/
Co_okware
Because
lhls cookware
absorbs
food a deep, crusty brown top.
Absorbs
heal quicker
lhan shiny
and other foods baked I” pastry
BAKING PROBLEMS
heal quickly
and
Best for casseroles
cookware
shells
Lower
AND CAUSES
holds
your
II well,
oven
you should
lemperalure
lower
your
oven
25DF (except
temperature
for pastry)
Good
BOTOM
PIE CRUST SOGGY
l
Fllllng too ,“,cy
- F~ll~nq allowed lo stand I” pie shell before baking
- Used shiny pans
Temperalure
too low at slarl of baking
l
- Crust and/or lllllng not allowed to cool belote fllllng
CAKE RISES UNEVENLY
* Range 01 oven iack nol level
- Pan waned
- Batter spread unevenly
in pan
- Pans 100 close lo oven wall or rack loo crowded
BURNING
AROUND
EDGES OF PIE CRUST
l
Oven temperatures
loo high
Edges of crust foe lhin or loo high
l
Oven
100
full
or
pans
too close together
-
CAKE HIGH IN MIDDLE
- Too much flour
. Oven Lemperalure
too high
CAKE NOT DONE IN CENTER
- VJr0ng SlLe pan
. Oven 1oo ho!
. Pan not centered
w oven
COOKIES
AND BISCUITS
BURN
. Oven preheat lime loo short
Pan
too
deep
or
1oo
large
.
. Used dark pans
- Used ~ncorrecI rack pos~l~on
CAKE FALLS
* Too much shartenlng,
llquld 01 sugai
* Temperature
loo low
- Pan 100 small
l
Oven door opened too ohen
l
Too much leavenlng
or stale leavening
l
Overm~xing
abler addIng flour
ON BOUOM
FOOD NOT DONE AT END OF COOKING
l
Oven temperature
set 100 low
l
Oven too crowded
. Oven door opened too often
l
Alumwm
1011blockIng air movemenl
9
TIME
25oF
Gives
for pies
crush
THE SELF-CLEAN CYCLE (Some Models)
1 Remove Ihe broil pan and grid o\en racks all ulens~ls
2
and arty lo,1
lhal may be I” Ihe oven If oven racks are IefI IV Ihe range during a
clean cycle they WIII darken lose IheIr l~~sler and become hard 1” slide
SotI on Ihe “ven Iron1 frame under the Iron1 edge 01 the cooklop
Ihe
door lhner ““lslde
Ihe door seal and the lronl edqe 01 Ihe oven cav’l,
(aboul 1 !nlo Ihe oven) WII nol be cleaned durnlng a clean cycle (see
~ll~slrdl~on below] Clean lhese areas by hand belore sIan,ng a &al
cycle
Use delergenl
and hol waler wllh a soap-Illled
s!eel wool pad then
mse well wllh a vinegar and waler mixlure
This ~111 help prevent a
brown residue from lormlng when the oven IS healed
Before A Clean Cycle
3
d
Wipe up heavy sp~llovers on the oven banom Trx much 1011may cause
smoking
during \he clean cycle
Clean Ihe door seal by using a clean sponge lo soak Ihe solled area
wlfh hvdroaen
“eroxlde
&Dealed
soaklna may be needed deDen
dfng dn Ih< amounl 01 solI Frequenl
cleanng
will prevenl excessive
so11 butId up Do “a, rub the door seal excessively
The llberglass
matercl
of Ihe seal has m exlremelv
low res~slance lo abrason
Any
conon maleflal especially !Including &SIonballs).
can eas11 rub a hole
mlo the seal Do nol use any con””
malerlals
lo clean t6 e seal An
DO NOT use commercial
“ven cleaners “1 oven “r”Lec1ors in or near :hc
oven These prod&Is
plus Ihe high !remperawe
01 Ihe clean cyc’e rvr
damage
Ihe porcela’n
flnlsh
DO NOT clean glass ceramic cookware
or any other cooki,are
,r iP,e c,wdwng
a sell clean cycle
IMPORTANT
2
The word CLEAN will be on !n Ihe display
and Ihe door locks aulomallcally
3
For your safely Ihe oven door can
WIII be on I” lhe Electronic
Range
When Ihe 3’/2 hour clean cycle is
in Ihe display Ihe oven beglns lo
4
5
Ihe own
beglns
After a clealng
cycle.
Ihe ““en
lo heal
not be opened (Ihe wore LOCK
Conlrol display )
over Ihe word CLEAN w!l be off
cool
When the lemperalure
has fallen below locking temperalure
can be opened (the word LOCK will be off I” lhe display)
I
10
INFORMATION
All controls musl be se! correctly
lor the clean cycle 1” v.“rk grope+
T”
?eip you undersland
how the clean cycle works Ihe slagcs 01 ihe cycl?
are noted below
1 The controls are sel
door cannot
be unlwked
the door
unless
The temperalure
has had Me lo drop lo a safe level and lhe
word LOCK IS otl I” the Eleclron~c Range Control display
I
c
ii
TO STOP A c
.AN CYCLE:
1
Press the OVEN
CANCEL
2
Wail unlll Ihe oven has cooled below locking
and the word LOCK IS OH I” the display
You vd ml
a safe level
word LOCK
a
z
bunon
temperalure
5
(0
be able 10 open Ihe ooor unless Ihe oven lemperature
15 a~
If you cannel open the oven door lmmedlalely
alter ltle
goes OH wall about one m~nule and Iry again
WHEN A CLEAN CYCLE IS FINISHED
To self-clean.
-.
‘he CLEAN
1
?us?
2
Turrl SET knot
Tne word
NOTE
pk,stng
CLEAN
When a clean
dfsplay
2.
Wad unlh the oven has cooled below lockfng
and Ihe word LOCK IS off in Ihe display
DU,IO”
III Ihe clockw,se
alrecl~on
aboul
% lurn
\h~lI he on I” the display
You can (end OUI wherl Ihe clean
Ihe STOP TIME bunon
To use delayed
1
cycle
w\ll be llnslhed
by
You will ml
a Sale level
word LOCK
self-clean.
i
%sq
STOP TIME
2
Turr SET knoo lo Ilme 01 day when you wish cleaning
oleled imusl be more Iha’ 3!2 hours laler lhan current
dayI
cycle
IS llnlshed
Ihe word
ii
CLEAN
WIII be OH I” Ihe
z
lemperalure
be able 10 open lhe door unless Ihe oven lemperalure
IS al
If you cannel open lhe oven door mmedlalely
after Ihe
goes OH. wall about one mnwle and Iry agaIn
AFTER A CLEAN CYCLE
bunon
lo be corn
lime 01
AHer a clean cycle, you may
wipe II up wilh a damp clolh
nol~ce some
while
ash I” the oven
Jus!
II white spols remain
remove lhem wllh a soap-lilled
~1881 wool pad
wre to rinse lhoroughly
wllh a vinegar and wa!er mixture
These
deposals are usually a salt residue lhal can no1 be removed
by Ihe
clean cycle
II Ihe oven
repealed
11
IS no, clean
atIer one clear
cycle
5
a
Ine cycle
may
be
6~
CLEANING
Conlrol
Wash conlrol panel
abrasive
cleaners
Panel
t
i
Oulslde
Flmshes
Chrome
Glass
(some doors)
i
PaIll
(some
‘0
Broiler
doors)
Pan and
wllh
soap
and waler
INSTRUCTIONS
Do no, use
Wash wilh soap and waler
A chrome cleaner may ne
used
Wash wllh a soapy damp clolh Remove stubborn
SONI
with a paste of bakmg soda and waler or ammonia
and
waler
Do nol use abrasfve materials
Before “sing an
all-purpose
cleaner,
check Ihe label lo be sure II 1s
for
glass-some
Will
recommended
permanently
damage
glass To help prevenl a brown
residue from lormlng on Ihe oven wndow
Ihe nexl lfme
Ihe oven IS healed
rinse Ihe wnde of Ihe wlndow
i/l:*
“lnegar
and waler, lhen dry
-
Wash wilh soap and waler, rfnse then dry wllh a paper
low
AvoId cleaning
powders or abraswes
which may
scralch
Wash wllh soap. water and a scounng
pad Soak sub
born suns wllh an ammonia
soaked paper lowel. or sel
d dish of ammoma
waler I” the oven overnIght lo loose?
sure to remove all residue lrom Ihe metal lhermostar
bulb on Ihe interior oven wall The Ihermosla!
bulb 1s a!
Ihe end 01 a thin wire running ~nlo Ihe cwen ca”~;f Ove-
Grid
5
12
the surface
REPLACIh./
THE OVEN LIGHT (Some Models)
10 no, ,o~,ci. ~,,,er bulb wherr ho: wtlh we, hands
w,:‘i we, LI I/, Urq,lug or dlsconnecr
Ihe elec!r~cal
renovlnt;
never
1rlg
touch
Ihe eleclrtcally
I’ve melal
collar
-
or wipe weri llghr area
supply 10 range before
on lhe bulb
when
replac-
I1
Eleclr,cal
.’
’
,
power
“ius,
be shut
ofl II you have
IO replace
a broken
f
GAShE’
2
tiLAS5
bulb
Fi
P
SELF-CLEANIIJG
OVENS ONLY:
\
REMOVABLE
Be carelul
oven rack
,’ SELF-CLEANING
OVENS
OVEN RACKS
no, ,CI scralch
Ihe we”
llrvsh
when
rwallng
or remowg
Ihe
To Install
I
Se1 Ihe raised back edue 01 Ihe rack on a oa,r 01 rack guides
2
Push Ihe rack in unl~l you reach Ihe bump in Ihe rack gufde then lth
Ihe fronl of Ihe rack a hll and push Ihe rack ail the way tn
=
13
0
REMOVABLE
OVEN DOOM>
To Remove
1
Open the door lo Ihe slop po%Uon (see ~llusIral~on)
2
Grasp Ihe door al each side and 11f?up and off Ihe hinges
See Ihe cleaning
charl
on page
12
NOTE. When the door 1s removed and hmge arms are at slop posll~on,
do nor bump or Iry lo move Ihe hfnge arms. The hinges could snap back
camna
an mwrv lo Ihe hands or damaae
10 Ihe porcelain
on the front
To Replace
1
Hold Ihe
Ihe door
lhe slop
2
Shde lhe
the door
door over 11%~hinges with the slols al Ihe bottom edge of
Ilned UD wllh Ihe hInoes The hlnpe arms must ~1111be I”
posll~on
door down onto the hinges as far as II wll go and close
STOP POSITION
14
OVENIBROILt,,
.
.
SMOKING
Bwiler pan lull oi
load Drily broiler
a broiler I~re can
Alurnnum
lo,! ml
See page 7
grease leh ,n range lrom Ihe Ias1 I~me you broiled
par mus: nor be IeH in Ihe range or smokrlg
and
resu~: Ihe nexl I~me lhe oven IS used
used properiy
and grease can not drain CorreCrIy
COOKING RESULTS ARE NOT WHAT YOU EXPECTED
*
.
Are you usjng a ,es,ed iec,pe lrom a reliable source”
Are you follow‘“g all the ~nstr~c,,ons
I” Ihe ,ec,pe
such as pa” size preheallng
using all lngredfenls
called Ior?
Oven loo crowded
01 using wrong rack poWon
See pages 7 and
9 for lips
Elecrronic
Range ConWol no, se, correclly
by srep ~ns\~~ctnns
l
.
Using
improper
.
Check
Ihe secl~on
cookware
on baking
See 11~s on page
problems
OVEN WILL NOT SELF-CLEAN
Electronic
sIrucllons
Range Conlrols
on page 11
See pages
5 or 6 for step
9
and causes
o” page
9
(Some Models)
no, set properly
Reww
slep by slep in
If oven wenl lhrough clean cycle bul did not gel clean, oven was 100
duIy and should be cleaned moie ollen Heavy sp~llovers were no, wiped
before slarllng clean cycle See page 10
Lock
OVEN LIGHT WILL NOT WORK (Some Models)
.
i
l
Check !oi power
Check 101 loose
~PSII”C,lO”S
Check lor blov,r
iulage
II burrec
WI
‘,,se o’ lr,pped
bulb
See page
CIICUI! breaker
13 for replacemen:
handle
no, ,n correcl
pos~l~on
See page
11
OVEN DOOR WILL NOT UNLOCK AFTER SELF-CLEAN
CYCLE (Some Models)
l
The oven has nol cooled lo Ihe unlocking
lemperalure
The door can
nol be opened un11l Ihe remoeralure
drops lo a sale level See pages
10 and 11
Download PDF