ELECTRIC RANGE USER INSTRUCTIONS

ELECTRIC RANGE USER INSTRUCTIONS
ELECTRIC RANGE
USER INSTRUCTIONS
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Table of Contents
RANGE SAFETY.......................................................................................2
The Anti-Tip Bracket .............................................................................2
FEATURE GUIDE .....................................................................................4
COOKTOP USE........................................................................................6
Cookware ..............................................................................................9
Home Canning ......................................................................................9
OVEN USE ..............................................................................................10
Electronic Oven Controls ....................................................................10
Sabbath Mode ....................................................................................11
Aluminum Foil......................................................................................11
Positioning Racks and Bakeware .......................................................11
Split Oven Rack (on some models) ....................................................12
Roll-Out Rack......................................................................................13
Oven Vent............................................................................................13
Baking and Roasting...........................................................................14
Broiling ................................................................................................14
Convection Cooking ...........................................................................14
EasyConvect™ Conversion..................................................................15
Proofing Bread ....................................................................................15
Cook Time ...........................................................................................15
Warming Drawer .................................................................................16
Slow Cook ...........................................................................................16
RANGE CARE.........................................................................................17
Clean Cycle .........................................................................................17
General Cleaning.................................................................................18
Oven Light ...........................................................................................18
TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................19
ACCESSORIES ......................................................................................21
WARRANTY............................................................................................22
W10524726A
RANGE SAFETY
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety
messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word “DANGER” or “WARNING.”
These words mean:
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't immediately
follow instructions.
DANGER
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't follow
instructions.
WARNING
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what can
happen if the instructions are not followed.
The Anti-Tip Bracket
The range will not tip during normal use. However, the range can tip if you apply too much force or weight to the open door without having
the anti-tip bracket fastened down properly.
WARNING
Tip Over Hazard
A child or adult can tip the range and be killed.
Verify the anti-tip bracket has been properly installed and engaged per installation instructions.
Re-engage anti-tip bracket if range is moved.
Do not operate range without anti-tip bracket installed and engaged.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or serious burns to children and adults.
To verify the anti-tip bracket is installed and engaged:
Anti-Tip
Bracket
• Slide range forward.
• Look for the anti-tip bracket securely attached to floor or wall.
• Slide range back so rear range foot is under anti-tip bracket.
Range Foot
• See installation instructions for details.
State of California Proposition 65 Warnings:
WARNING: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer.
WARNING: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other
reproductive harm.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock,
injury to persons, or damage when using the range, follow
basic precautions, including the following:
■ WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF TIPPING OF
THE RANGE, THE RANGE MUST BE SECURED BY
PROPERLY INSTALLED ANTI-TIP DEVICES. TO CHECK
IF THE DEVICES ARE INSTALLED PROPERLY, SLIDE
RANGE FORWARD, LOOK FOR ANTI-TIP BRACKET
SECURELY ATTACHED TO FLOOR OR WALL, AND
SLIDE RANGE BACK SO REAR RANGE FOOT IS
UNDER ANTI-TIP BRACKET.
■ CAUTION: Do not store items of interest to children in
cabinets above a range or on the backguard of a range –
children climbing on the range to reach items could be
seriously injured.
■ Proper Installation – Be sure the range is properly installed
and grounded by a qualified technician.
■ Never Use the Range for Warming or Heating the Room.
■ Do Not Leave Children Alone – Children should not be left
alone or unattended in area where the range is in use.
They should never be allowed to sit or stand on any part of
the range.
■ Wear Proper Apparel – Loose-fitting or hanging garments
should never be worn while using the range.
■ User Servicing – Do not repair or replace any part of the
range unless specifically recommended in the manual. All
other servicing should be referred to a qualified technician.
■ Storage in or on the Range – Flammable materials should
not be stored in an oven or near surface units.
■ Do Not Use Water on Grease Fires – Smother fire or flame
or use dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher.
■ Use Only 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.
■ DO NOT TOUCH SURFACE UNITS OR AREAS NEAR
UNITS – Surface units may be hot even though they are
dark in color. Areas near surface units may become hot
enough to cause burns. During and after use, do not touch,
or let clothing or other flammable materials contact surface
units or areas near units until they have had sufficient time
to cool. Among those areas are the cooktop and surfaces
facing the cooktop.
■ Use Proper Pan Size – The range is equipped with one or
more surface units of different size. Select utensils having
flat bottoms large enough to cover the surface unit heating
element. The use of undersized utensils will expose a
portion of the heating element to direct contact and may
result in ignition of clothing. Proper relationship of utensil to
burner will also improve efficiency.
■ Never Leave Surface Units Unattended at High Heat
Settings – Boilover causes smoking and greasy spillovers
that may ignite.
■ Make Sure Reflector Pans or Drip Bowls Are in Place –
Absence of these pans or bowls during cooking may
subject wiring or components underneath to damage.
Protective Liners – Do not use aluminum foil to line surface
unit drip bowls or oven bottoms, except as suggested in
the manual. Improper installation of these liners may result
in a risk of electric shock, or fire.
■ Glazed Cooking Utensils – Only certain types of glass,
glass/ceramic, ceramic, earthenware, or other glazed
utensils are suitable for range-top service without breaking
due to the sudden change in temperature.
■ Utensil Handles Should Be Turned Inward and Not Extend
Over Adjacent Surface Units – To reduce the risk of burns,
ignition of flammable materials, and spillage due to
unintentional contact with the utensil, the handle of a
utensil should be positioned so that it is turned inward, and
does not extend over adjacent surface units.
■ Do Not Soak Removable Heating Elements – Heating
elements should never be immersed in water.
■ Do Not Cook on Broken Cooktop – If cooktop should
break, cleaning solutions and spillovers may penetrate the
broken cooktop and create a risk of electric shock. Contact
a qualified technician immediately.
■ Clean Cooktop With Caution – If a wet sponge or cloth is
used to wipe spills on a hot cooking area, be careful to
avoid steam burn. Some cleaners can produce noxious
fumes if applied to a hot surface.
■ Use Care When Opening Door – Let hot air or steam
escape before removing or replacing food.
■ Do Not Heat Unopened Food Containers – Build-up of
pressure may cause container to burst and result in injury.
■ Keep Oven Vent Ducts Unobstructed.
■ Placement of Oven Racks – Always place oven racks in
desired location while oven is cool. If rack must be moved
while oven is hot, do not let potholder contact hot heating
element in oven.
■ 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 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 and surfaces near
these openings, oven doors, and windows of oven doors.
For self-cleaning ranges –
■ Do Not Clean Door Gasket – The door gasket is essential
for a good seal. Care should be taken not to rub, damage,
or move the gasket.
■ Do Not Use Oven Cleaners – No commercial oven cleaner
or oven liner protective coating of any kind should be used
in or around any part of the oven.
■ Clean Only Parts Listed in Manual.
■ Before Self-Cleaning the Oven – Remove broiler pan and
other utensils.
For units with ventilating hood –
■ Clean Ventilating Hoods Frequently – Grease should not
be allowed to accumulate on hood or filter.
■ When flambeing foods under the hood, turn the fan on.
■
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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This induction cooktop generates and uses ISM frequency energy that heats cookware by using an electromagnetic field. It has been tested
and complies with Part 18 of the FCC Rules for ISM equipment. This induction cooktop meets the FCC requirements to minimize
interference with other devices in residential installation.
This induction cooktop may cause interference with television or radio reception. If interference occurs, the user should try to correct the
interference by:
Relocating the receiving antenna of the radio or television.
Increasing the distance between the cooktop and the receiver.
Connecting the receiver into a different outlet.
It is the user’s responsibility to correct any interference.
NOTE: People with a pacemaker or similar medical device should use care when standing near this induction cooktop while it is on. The
electromagnetic field may affect the pacemaker or similar device. Consult your doctor, or the manufacturer of the pacemaker or similar
medical device for additional information about its effects with electromagnetic fields of the induction cooktop.
IMPORTANT: Pan size, material and positioning are very important to achieve the best results when using an induction cooktop. See
“Induction Cooking” in the “Cooktop Use” section and the “Cookware” section before using the cooktop.
FEATURE GUIDE
This manual covers several models. Your model may have some or all of the items listed. Refer to this manual or the Frequently Asked
Questions (FAQs) section of our website at www.kitchenaid.com for more detailed instructions.
WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit in oven more than one hour before
or after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
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KEYPAD
FEATURE
INSTRUCTIONS
CLOCK
Clock
This clock can use a 12- or 24-hour cycle. See “Oven Use” section.
1. Press CLOCK.
2. Press “3” for AM or “6” for PM.
3. Press the number keypads to set the time of day.
4. Press START.
OVEN LIGHT
Oven cavity light While the oven door is closed, press the OVEN LIGHT keypad to turn the light on and off. The
oven light will come on when the oven door is opened.
TIMER
SET/OFF
Oven timer
The Timer can be set in hours or minutes up to 9 hours and 59 minutes.
1. Press TIMER.
2. Press the number keypads to set the length of time in hr-min-min. Leading zeroes do not
have to be entered. For example, for 2 minutes, enter “2.”
3. Press TIMER or START to begin the countdown. If enabled, end-of-cycle tones will sound at
end of countdown.
4. Press TIMER twice to cancel the Timer and return to the Time of Day. Do not press the Off
keypad because the oven will turn off.
5. If the Timer is running, but not in the display, press TIMER to display the countdown for
5 seconds.
START
Cooking start
The Start pad begins any oven function. If Start is not pressed within 2 minutes after pressing a
keypad, the function is canceled and the time of day is displayed.
OFF
Range function
The Off keypad stops any oven function except the Clock, Timer, Control Lock, and Warming
Drawer or Slow Cook Drawer (on some models).
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KEYPAD
FEATURE
INSTRUCTIONS
BAKE
Baking and
roasting
1. Press BAKE.
2. Press the number keypads to set a temperature other than 350°F (177°C) in 5° increments
between 170°F and 500°F (77°C and 260°C).
3. Press START.
4. To change the temperature, repeat steps 1 and 2. Press START for the change to take effect.
5. Press OFF when finished.
BROIL
Broiling
1. Press BROIL.
2. Select the broiling temperature by pressing 1 - high (500°F [261°C]), 2 - medium (450°F
[234°C]) or 3 - low (400°F [204°C]).
3. Press START and allow the oven to preheat for 5 minutes.
4. Position the cookware in the oven and close the door.
5. Press OFF when finished.
CONVECT BAKE
Convection
cooking
1. Press CONVECT BAKE.
2. Press the number keypads to set a temperature other than 325°F (162°C) in 5° increments
between 170°F and 500°F (77°C and 260°C).
3. Press START.
4. To change the temperature, repeat steps 1 and 2. Press START for the change to take effect.
5. Press OFF when finished.
CONVECT ROAST Convection
cooking
1. Press CONVECT ROAST.
2. Press the number keypads to set a temperature other than 325°F (162°C) in 5° increments
between 170°F and 500°F (77°C and 260°C).
3. Press START.
4. To change the temperature, repeat steps 1 and 2. Press START for the change to take effect.
5. Press OFF when finished.
CONVECT BROIL
Convection
cooking
1. Press CONVECT BROIL.
2. Press the number keypads to set a temperature other than 450°F (234°C) in 5° increments
between 170°F and 500°F (77°C and 260°C).
3. Press START.
4. To change the temperature, repeat steps 1 and 2. Press START for the change to take effect.
5. Press OFF when finished.
EASYCONVECT
CONVERSION
Recipe
conversion for
convection
cooking
NOTE: For best results, preheat your oven to the required temperature prior to using
EasyConvect™ Conversion. After preheating is complete, press the OFF key before using
EasyConvect™ Conversion.
1. Press the appropriate EasyConvect™ key (MEATS, PIZZA, BAKED GOODS or OTHER).
2. Press the number keypads to enter the standard cooking temperature, then press START.
3. Press the number keypads to enter the standard cook time, then press START.
4. Place food in the oven at the appropriate time.
Check food for doneness before the stop time is reached. If food will not be done when stop
time is reached, add more cooking time before time elapses. See “Cook Time” section. At
the end of the stop time, the oven will automatically turn off.
5. Press OFF when finished.
Refer to the “EasyConvect™ Conversion” section for more information.
BREAD PROOF
Proofing bread
1. Press BREAD PROOF until the desired proof is displayed (“Standard Proof” or “Rapid
Proof”).
NOTE: “Rapid” operates at a slightly higher temperature.
2. Press START.
Let the dough rise until nearly doubled in size. Proofing time may vary depending on dough
type and quantity.
3. Press OFF when finished proofing.
Refer to the “Proofing Bread” section for more information.
KEEP WARM
Hold warm
Food must be at serving temperature before placing it in the warmed oven.
1. Press KEEP WARM.
2. Set temperature between 145°F (63°C) and 190°F (88°C) using the number keypads. The
default temperature is 170°F (78°C).
3. Press START.
4. Press OFF when finished.
DELAY START
Delayed start
The DELAY START keypad is used to enter the starting time for an oven function with a delayed
start.
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KEYPAD
FEATURE
INSTRUCTIONS
COOK TIME
Cook time
Cook Time allows the oven to be set to turn on at a certain time of day, cook for a set length of
time, and/or shut off automatically. Delay start should not be used for foods such as breads and
cakes because they may not bake properly.
To set a Cook Time or a Delayed Cook Time, see “Cook Time” section.
WARMING
DRAWER
ON/OFF
Warming drawer 1. Press WARMING DRAWER ON to select the Warming Drawer function at the Low setting.
(on some
2. To select a higher temperature setting, press WARMING DRAWER ON a second time for the
models)
Medium setting and a third time for the High setting.
3. Press START to begin preheating the warming drawer.
4. Allow the warming drawer to preheat for 15 minutes.
5. Place the cooked food(s) in the warming drawer.
6. Press WARMING DRAWER OFF to turn off the heating element.
Refer to the “Warming Drawer” section for information.
WARMING
Slow cook
1. Press WARMING DRAWER SLOW COOK to select the Slow Cook function at the Low
DRAWER
drawer (on some
setting.
SLOW COOK/OFF models)
2. To select a higher temperature setting, press WARMING DRAWER SLOW COOK a second
time for the High setting.
3. Place the food(s) in the warming drawer.
4. Press START to begin heating the warming drawer.
5. Press WARMING DRAWER OFF to turn off the heating element.
Refer to the “Warming Drawer” section for information.
AQUALIFT SELF
CLEAN
AquaLift™ selfclean cycle
See the “Clean Cycle” section.
CONTROL LOCK Oven control
hold 3 sec. to lock lockout
No keypads for the oven and cooktop will function with the controls locked.
1. Check that all cooktop and oven functions are off, including Timer and the timed cooking
function. The oven temperature must be below 400°F (205°C) with no cooktop hot surface
indicators on.
2. Press and hold the “0” keypad for 3 seconds.
3. If enabled, a tone will sound, and “CONTROL LOCKED” will be displayed.
4. Repeat to unlock.
OPTIONS
Enables you to personalize the audible tones and oven operation to suit your needs. See the
“Oven Use” section.
Oven use
functions
COOKTOP USE
C
D
B
A
A. Element on keypad
B. Power level “-”
C. Settings
H
G
D. Power level “+”
E. Element off keypad
F. Surface locator
F
E
G. Pan detection indicator
H. Element on indicator light
Induction Cooking
Induction cooking is quite different from traditional forms of
cooking. The heat is generated directly in the pan, keeping the
cooking surface cooler than with a traditional element.
Induction cooking does not lose as much heat as traditional forms
because all the heat is created in the pan itself.
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The cooktop heats up or cools down quickly after the controls are
set. It also stops heating when the pan is removed without turning
off the power.
Food spilled on the cooktop surface will not burn because the
glass is not heated. Induction cooking allows for immediate
cleaning after use because the heat is created in the pan. The
cooktop surface will be warm from contact with the hot pan.
Pan size, material (see “Cookware” section), and positioning are
very important to achieve maximum wattage.
The diameter of the pan’s base should be equal to the size of the
element.
If the pan is too small, the burner does not sense the pan and will
not activate.
Use the following chart as a guide when setting heat levels. Some
of the settings will have multiple heating levels.
SETTING
RECOMMENDED USE
BOOST
■
Bring liquid to a boil.
HIGH
■
Bring liquid to a boil and/or hold
a rapid boil.
■
Quickly brown or sear food.
■
Maintain a slow boil.
■
Fry or sauté foods.
■
Cook soups, sauces and gravies.
LOW
■
Stew or steam food.
SIMMER
■
Simmer (range of simmer
temperatures)
KEEP WARM
■
Keep cooked foods warm.
MELT
■
Melt chocolate or butter.
MEDIUM
Cooktop Controls - Touch-Activated
Custom Control Temperature Management System
WARNING
Fire Hazard
Turn off all controls when done cooking.
Failure to do so can result in death or fire.
The electronic touch controls offer a variety of heat settings for
optimal cooking results. When melting foods such as chocolate or
butter, the surface cooking area can be set to MELT for very low
temperature operation.
To keep cooked foods warm, the surface cooking area can be set
to KEEP WARM.
For maximum element operation, all cooktop touch-activated
controls can be set to High when bringing liquids to a fast and
rapid boil. Touch the “-” pad to immediately reach the HIGH setting
after touching ON. For elements with a Boost setting, press “+” to
go from High to Boost.
REMEMBER: When range is in use, the entire cooktop area
may become hot.
Hot Surface Indicators
The Hot Surface Indicators are located in each of the cooktop
touch controls. “Hot Surface” will light up and glow as long as the
surface cooking area is too hot to touch, even after the surface
cooking area is turned off.
Control Lock
The Control Lock feature will avoid unintended use of the cooktop
and the oven. All cooktop and oven functions must be off, including
the Timer. The oven temperature must be below 400°F (205°C), and
all hot surface indicators must be off. If these conditions are not
met, the oven control will display “FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE.”
To Lock/Unlock Control:
1. Before locking, ensure that all oven and cooktop functions are
off, including the Timer, and that all hot surface indicators are
off.
2. Press and hold the “0” pad on the oven control for 3 seconds
until “CONTROL LOCKED” appears on the oven control
display.
3. Repeat to unlock.
To Use Elements:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Place a filled pan on the surface cooking area.
Touch ON.
Touch the “+” or “-” pad to increase or decrease power.
To choose a power level between HIGH and MELT, touch and
hold either pad until the desired level has been reached.
5. When finished cooking, touch OFF.
NOTE: Boost power level can only be selected for a maximum of
two elements at a time: one on the left side and one on the right
side of the cooktop.
Pan Detection
If the system cannot recognize the pan on the element, or if the pan
has been removed from the surface cooking area, “No Pan” will
light up on the element control.
If a pan is not placed within 30 seconds, the zone element will
switch Off.
Melt
The Melt function is available on all the surface cooking elements,
and is ideal for melting chocolate or butter without scorching.
To Use:
1. Touch ON.
2. Touch the “+” pad once for MELT.
When finished cooking, touch OFF to turn surface cooking area off.
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A
Keep Warm
D
WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit for more than one hour before or
after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
The Keep Warm function is available on all the surface cooking
elements, has three settings and is ideal for keeping cooked foods
warm. The lowest setting is for delicate sauces, the medium setting
is for soups, and the highest setting is for soups and meats. Do not
use it to heat cold foods. One hour is the recommended maximum
time to maintain food quality.
■ Use only cookware recommended for oven and cooktop use.
■
Cover all foods with a lid or aluminum foil. When warming baked
goods, allow a small opening in the cover for moisture to escape.
■
Do not use plastic wrap to cover food. Plastic wrap may melt.
■
Use pot holders or oven mitts to remove food.
B
To Use:
1. Touch ON.
2. Touch the “+” pad twice for KEEP WARM at the Low setting,
three times for Medium, and four times for High.
When finished cooking, touch OFF to turn surface cooking area off.
Simmer
The Simmer function is available on all the surface cooking
elements. It has an adjustable heat setting for more precise simmer
control.
The recommended setting will vary depending on the quantity and
density of the food being cooked as well as the size and shape of
the cookware and if a lid is being used during cooking. The Simmer
setting may be too high for some combinations of food and
cookware. Select a lower heat setting, such as Keep Warm or Melt,
if the Simmer temperature is too high.
To Use:
1. Touch ON.
2. Touch the “+” pad five times for SIMMER at the Low setting
and six times for SIMMER at the High setting.
When finished cooking, touch OFF to turn surface cooking area off.
Performance Boost Function
This function allows you to increase the heat setting level above the
maximum heat setting for 10 minutes or less.
NOTES:
Performance Boost function is available on only 1 surface cooking
area at a time within a zone. See the following illustrations for
zones.
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Zone 1
Zone 2
A. Surface cooking area 1
B. Surface cooking area 2
C. Surface cooking area 3
D. Surface cooking area 4
If you attempt to use Performance Boost on more than one surface
cooking area in the same zone, the first surface cooking area
selected for Performance Boost will automatically be set back to
the highest power available setting. The last surface cooking area
selected will be set to Performance Boost.
1. Advance to the HIGH heat setting for the selected element.
2. Press the “+” keypad to advance to the Boost setting.
3. Press the “-” keypad to reduce the power setting to a lower
level, or press OFF to turn the element Off.
NOTE: The Performance boost function may automatically
deactivate to keep the internal electronic components of the
cooktop from becoming too hot.
Ceramic Glass
Clean the cooktop after each use to help avoid scratches, pitting,
abrasions and to condition the glass surface. Ceramic glass
cooktop cleaner and a cooktop scraper are also recommended for
stubborn soils. Do not use abrasive cleaners, cleaning pads or
harsh chemicals for cleaning. The Cooktop Care Kit Part Number
31605 contains all of the items needed to clean and condition your
ceramic glass cooktop. Refer to the “Range Care” section for
additional information.
IMPORTANT: To avoid permanent damage to the cooktop surface
and to make soils easier to remove, clean the cooktop after each
use to remove all soils.
■ Avoid storing jars or cans above the cooktop. Dropping a heavy
or hard object onto the cooktop could crack the cooktop.
■
To avoid damage to the cooktop, do not leave a hot lid on the
cooktop. As the cooktop cools, air can become trapped
between the lid and the cooktop, and the ceramic glass could
break when the lid is removed.
■
For foods containing sugar in any form, clean up all spills and
soils as soon as possible. Allow the cooktop to cool down
slightly. Then, while wearing oven mitts, remove the spills while
the surface is still warm. If sugary spills are allowed to cool
down, they can adhere to the cooktop and can cause pitting
and permanent marks.
■
To avoid scratches, do not slide cookware or bakeware across
the cooktop.
■
To avoid damage to the cooktop, do not allow objects that
could melt, such as plastic or aluminum foil, to touch any part
of the entire cooktop.
■
To avoid damage to the cooktop, do not use the cooktop as a
cutting board.
Use cookware about the same size as the surface cooking
area. Cookware should not extend more than ½" (1.3 cm)
outside the area. Cookware should not be much smaller than
the cooking surface area, or the control may not detect the pan.
If “No Pan” illuminates on the control, try a larger pan or move
the pan to a smaller element.
■
■
Use flat-bottomed cookware for best heat conduction and
energy efficiency. Cookware with rounded, warped, ribbed or
dented bottoms could cause uneven heating and poor cooking
results.
■
Determine flatness by placing the straight edge of a ruler
across the bottom of the cookware. While you rotate the ruler,
no space or light should be visible between it and the
cookware.
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1
2
C
3
1
4
5
6
2
7
8
3
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10
4
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C
19
20
B
C
A
A. ½" (1.3 cm) Maximum overhang from graphic on all burners
B. Outer edge of cooktop graphic
C. Minimum pan size:
1½" (3.8 cm) from outer edge graphic on large burner,
1" (2.5 cm) from outer edge graphic on medium burner,
½" (1.3 cm) from outer edge graphic on small burners
■
Make sure the bottoms of pots and pans are clean and dry
before using them. Residue and water can leave deposits when
heated.
Cookware
IMPORTANT: This range has induction cooktop elements. Pan
size, material and positioning are very important to achieve the
best results. See “Induction Cooking” in the “Cooktop Use” section
before using the cooktop.
Only ferromagnetic pans can be used for induction cooking.
Ferromagnetic materials include:
■ Enameled steel
■
Cast iron
■
Stainless steel designed for induction cooking
Non-ferromagnetic materials include:
These types of pans will not work with induction cooking.
■ Stainless steel
■
Glass
■
Ceramic
■
Copper or aluminum pans
The number on the surface cooking area heat setting display will
flash if no pan is placed on the surface cooking area, or the pan is
not made of the right material, or it is not the right size. It will stop
flashing once a suitable pan is placed on the surface cooking area.
If you take longer than 90 seconds to place the correct pan on the
surface cooking area, the surface cooking area will turn off.
Ideal cookware should have a flat bottom, straight sides and a wellfitting lid, and the material should be of medium-to-heavy
thickness.
Choose the correct pan size for each surface cooking area. The
diameter of the pan’s base should correspond to the size of the
surface cooking area.
To find out whether your pans can be used with an induction
cooktop, flip the pan over, hold a magnet to the bottom of the pan,
and see whether it sticks. If the magnet sticks to the bottom of the
pan, the pan is ferromagnetic and can be used for induction
cooking.
NOTE: Cookware manufacturers often give the diameter across the
top of the pan. This is usually larger than the diameter of the base.
Pans with rough finishes may scratch the cooktop.
Home Canning
Canning can be performed on the induction cooktop. See the
“Cookware” section to check if the canner will work on the
induction cooktop. When canning for long periods, alternate the
use of surface cooking areas or elements between batches. This
allows time for the most recently used areas to cool.
■ Center the canner on the largest surface cooking area or
element. On electric cooktops, canners should not extend
more than ½" (1.3 cm) beyond the surface cooking area or
element.
■
Do not place canner on 2 surface cooking areas or elements at
the same time.
■
On ceramic glass models, use only flat-bottomed canners to
avoid damage to the cooktop and elements.
■
For more information, contact your local agricultural extension
office, or refer to published home canning guides. Companies
that manufacture home canning products can also offer
assistance.
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OVEN USE
Odors and smoke are normal when the oven is used the first few
times, or when it is heavily soiled.
IMPORTANT: The health of some birds is extremely sensitive to the
fumes given off. Exposure to the fumes may result in death to
certain birds. Always move birds to another closed and wellventilated room.
Electronic Oven Controls
Control Display
Sound Volume
The display will flash when powered up or after a power loss. Press
OFF to clear. When oven is not in use, the time of day is displayed.
Sets the pitch of the tone to either high or low.
1. Press OPTIONS until “SOUND VOLUME” is displayed.
2. The current setting will be displayed.
3. Press the “1” keypad to adjust the setting.
4. Press START to save the setting.
5. Press OFF to exit and display the time of day.
Tones
Tones are audible signals, indicating the following:
One tone
■ Valid pad press
■
Oven is preheated (long tone)
End of Cycle Tone
■
Function has been entered
■
Reminder (on some models), repeating each minute after the
end-of-cycle tones
Activates or turns off the tones that sound at the end of a cycle.
1. Press OPTIONS until “END TONE” is displayed.
2. The current setting will be displayed.
3. Press the “1” keypad to adjust the setting.
4. Press START to save the setting.
5. Press OFF to exit and display the time of day.
Three tones
Invalid pad press
■
Four tones
End of cycle
■
Use the Options key to change the tone settings.
Options
Many features of the oven control can be adjusted to meet your
personal needs. These changes are made using the Options key.
Use the Options key to scroll through the features that can be
changed. Each press of the Options key will advance the display to
the next setting. After selecting the feature to be changed, the
control will prompt you for the required input. After the setting is
saved by pressing Start, the control will exit Options and display
the time of day. Details of all of the feature changes are explained in
the following sections.
Press OFF to exit Options.
Fahrenheit and Celsius
The temperature is preset at Fahrenheit, but can be changed to
Celsius.
To change:
1. Press OPTIONS until “TEMP UNIT” is displayed.
2. The current setting will be displayed.
3. Press the “1” keypad to adjust the setting.
4. Press START to save the setting.
5. Press OFF to exit and display the time of day.
Key Press Tones
Activates or turns off the tones when a keypad is pressed.
1. Press OPTIONS until “KEYPRESS TONE” is displayed.
2. The current setting will be displayed.
3. Press the “1” keypad to adjust the setting.
4. Press START to save the setting.
5. Press OFF to exit and display the time of day.
Reminder Tones Disable
Turns off the short repeating tone that sounds every 1 minute after
the end of cycle tones.
1. Press OPTIONS until “REMINDER TONE” is displayed.
2. The current setting will be displayed.
3. Press the “1” keypad to adjust the setting.
4. Press START to save the setting.
5. Press OFF to exit and display the time of day.
12/24 Hour Clock
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press OPTIONS until “12/24 HOUR” is displayed.
The current setting will be displayed.
Press the “1” keypad to adjust the setting.
Press START to save the setting.
Press OFF to exit and display the time of day.
Audible Tones Disable
Turns off all tones, including the end of cycle tone and key press
tones. Reminder tones are still active when all tones are disabled.
1. Press OPTIONS until “SOUNDS” is displayed.
2. The current setting will be displayed.
3. Press the “1” keypad to adjust the setting.
4. Press START to save the setting.
5. Press OFF to exit and display the time of day.
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Demo Mode
IMPORTANT: This feature is intended for use on the sales floor
with 120 V power connection and permits the control features to be
demonstrated without heating elements or burners turning on. If
this feature is activated, the oven will not work.
1. Press OPTIONS until “DEMO MODE” is displayed.
2. The current setting will be displayed.
3. Press the “1” keypad to adjust the setting.
4. Press START to save the setting.
5. Press OFF to exit and display the time of day.
12-Hour Shutoff
Oven Temperature Offset Control
The oven control is set to automatically shut off the oven 12 hours
after the oven initiates a cook or clean function. This will not
interfere with any timed or delay cook functions.
1. Press OPTIONS until “12-HR AUTO-OFF” is displayed.
2. The current setting will be displayed.
3. Press the “1” keypad to adjust the setting.
4. Press START to save the setting.
5. Press OFF to exit and display the time of day.
IMPORTANT: Do not use a thermometer to measure oven
temperature because opening the oven door may cause element or
burner cycling to give incorrect readings.
The oven provides accurate temperatures; however, it may cook
faster or slower than your previous oven, so the temperature can
be adjusted to personalize it for your cooking needs. It can be
changed to Fahrenheit or Celsius.
To Adjust Oven Temperature:
1. Press OPTIONS until “TEMP CALIB” is displayed.
2. The current setting will be displayed. Press the “1” keypad to
toggle between the oven and the warming drawer.
3. Press START to select the choice displayed in Step 2. Wait
10 seconds for the display to change then continue with
Step 4.
4. Press the “1” keypad to increase the temperature in 5°F (3°C)
increments, or press the “6” keypad to decrease the
temperature in 5°F (3°C) increments. The range is from -30°F to
+30°F (-18°C to +18°C).
5. Press START to save the setting.
6. Press OFF to exit and display the time of day.
Languages - Scrolling Display Text
Language options are English, Spanish and French.
1. Press OPTIONS until “LANGUAGE” is displayed.
2. The current setting will be displayed.
3. Press the “1” keypad to adjust the setting.
4. Press START to save the setting.
5. Press OFF to exit and display the time of day.
Sabbath Mode
The Sabbath Mode sets the oven to remain on in a bake setting
until turned off.
When the Sabbath Mode is set, only the Bake cycle will operate. All
other cooking and cleaning cycles are disabled. No tones will
sound, and the displays will not indicate temperature changes.
When the oven door is opened or closed, the oven light will not turn
on or off and the heating elements will not turn on or off
immediately.
To Enable Sabbath Mode Capability (one time only):
1. Open oven door.
2. Press 7-8-9-6. Three tones will sound.
“SABBATH ON” or “SABBATH OFF” will appear in the display.
If “SABBATH OFF” is displayed, Sabbath Mode is enabled.
Continue with Step 4. If “SABBATH ON” is displayed, continue
with Step 3.
3. Press START to change the displayed status.
4. Close oven door and press OFF. Sabbath Mode can be
activated for baking.
NOTE: To disable the Sabbath Mode, repeat steps 1 - 4 to
change the status from “SABBATH OFF” to “SABBATH ON.”
To Activate Sabbath Mode:
1. Press BAKE.
2. Press the number keypad to set a temperature other than
350°F (177°C).
3. Press START.
For timed cooking in Sabbath Mode, press COOK TIME, then
the number keypad to set the desired cook time.
4. Press OPTIONS. Three tones will sound. Then press “7.” “SAb”
will appear in the display.
To Adjust Temperature (when Sabbath Mode is running):
1. Press the number keypad as instructed by the scrolling text to
select the new temperature.
NOTE: The temperature adjustment will not appear on the
display. The scrolling text will be shown on the display as it was
before the keypad was pressed.
2. Press START.
To Deactivate Sabbath Mode:
Press OPTIONS, then press “7” to return to regular baking or press
OFF to turn off the range.
Aluminum Foil
IMPORTANT: To avoid permanent damage to the oven bottom
finish, do not line the oven bottom with any type of foil or liner.
For best cooking results, do not cover entire oven rack with foil
because air must be able to move freely.
Positioning Racks and Bakeware
IMPORTANT: To avoid permanent damage to the porcelain finish,
do not place food or bakeware directly on the oven door or bottom.
To move a rack, pull it out to the stop position, raise the front edge,
and then lift out. Use the following illustration and charts as a
guide.
Bakeware
To cook food evenly, hot air must be able to circulate. Allow
2" (5 cm) of space around bakeware and oven walls. Make sure
that no bakeware piece is directly over another.
Racks
■
Position racks before turning on the oven.
■
Do not move racks with bakeware on them.
■
Make sure racks are level.
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
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The oven has 7 positions for a flat rack, as shown in the previous
illustration and the following table.
Flat Rack Position*
Type of Food
7
Broiling/searing meats, hamburgers, steaks
6
Broiled meats, poultry, fish
3 or 4
Most baked goods, casseroles
2
Roasted meats
1
Large roasts or poultry
*If your model has a Max Capacity Rack, the recessed ends must
be placed in the rack position above the desired position of the
food. See the following illustration.
IMPORTANT: These rack positions are for flat racks. If a Max
Capacity Rack is used, the rack position must be adjusted as
shown in the previous figure.
Multiple Rack Cooking
2-rack: Use rack positions 2 and 5 for regular baking.
2-rack (convection only): Use rack positions 2 and 5.
3-rack (true convection only): Use rack positions 2, 4 and 6.
NOTE: The roll-out rack, which is available on some models, sits
midway between adjacent rack positions. When used for 3-rack
baking, it is recommended that it be placed in rack position 4. The
roll-out rack will fit in all rack positions except rack position 7.
Best Performance on 2 Racks
For best results when baking cakes on 2 racks, use racks 2 and 5
with the Bake function. Place the cakes on the racks as shown. For
best results baking 2 racks of cookies, use racks 2 and 5 with the
Convect Bake function.
A
B
A. Ends of rack in position 3
B. Food in position 2
Split Oven Rack (on some models)
Split-Rack with Removable Insert
To Use Racks:
The split-rack with removable insert is a space maximizer. When
the two are attached, they make a full rack. The insert can also be
removed to provide room for large items such as a turkey and
casseroles. Do not place more than 25 lbs (11.3 kg) on the splitrack.
The insert can also be used on the counter as a cooling rack.
1. Place a full rack in the lower section of the oven and position
the split-rack above it.
2. Place large items on the right side of the full rack.
3. Place deeper, covered dishes on the left side of the full rack.
4. Place shallow dishes on the split-rack.
5. When finished cooking, slowly remove items.
A
B
A
A. Split-rack
B. Removable insert
If you would like to purchase a split-oven rack, one may be
ordered. See “Accessories” section to order.
B
A. Place shallow dishes on the split-rack.
B. Large item placed on the right side of full-rack
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Roll-Out Rack
The roll-out rack allows easy access to position and remove food in
the oven. The roll-out rack will fit in all positions except the top rack
position 7.
Open Position
To Insert Roll-Out Rack
1. Angle the front of the rack assembly up and insert the rack
frame into the “V” cutout in the rack guides of the oven cavity.
A
B
A. Rack frame
B. Sliding rack
A
NOTE: To fully extend the roll-out rack, pull the sliding rack
forward, and continue pulling until the rack frame slides forward.
B
A. “V” cutout
B. Rack guides
2. Keep rack assembly lifted up at an angle and push in to bypass
the lower “V” cutout.
3. Lower the front of the rack assembly and gently slide rack
assembly into oven, bypassing the “V” cutouts. Push the rack
assembly to the back of the oven until it stops.
A
B
B
A
A. Sliding rack
B. Rack frame
Closed and Engaged Position
A. “V” cutout
B. Rack guides
To Remove Roll-out Rack
A
B
A. Rack frame
B. Sliding rack
1. Push the sliding rack in completely so that it is in the closed
and engaged position.
2. Using 2 hands, gently pull the sliding rack and the rack frame at
the same time to the “V” cutout. Angle the rack so that the front
is higher than the back, and gently pull rack past “V” cutout
and then out of the oven.
To avoid damage to the sliding rack, do not place more than 25 lbs
(11.4 kg) on the rack.
Do not clean the roll-out rack in a dishwasher. It may remove the
rack’s lubricant and affect its ability to slide.
See the “General Cleaning” section for more information.
Oven Vent
The oven vent releases hot air and moisture from the oven, and
should not be blocked or covered. Blocking or covering the oven
vent will cause poor air circulation, affecting cooking and cleaning
results. Do not set plastics, paper or other items that could melt or
burn near the oven vent.
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Baking and Roasting
Temperature Management System
Preheating
The oven control regulates the oven heat levels during preheat and
bake to maintain a precise temperature range for optimal cooking
results. The bake and broil elements or burners cycle on and off in
intervals. On convection range models, the fan and convection
element may run while preheating and may be cycled on and off for
short intervals during Bake to provide the best results. This feature
is automatically activated when the oven is in use.
Before baking and roasting, position racks according to
“Positioning Racks and Bakeware” section. When roasting, it is not
necessary to wait for the oven preheat cycle to end before putting
food in unless it is recommended in the recipe.
When Start is pressed, the oven will begin preheating. Once 100ºF
(38ºC) is reached, the display temperature will increase as the
actual temperature of the oven increases. When the preheat
temperature is reached, a tone will sound, and the selected
temperature will appear on the display. The time necessary to
preheat the oven to 350°F (177°C) is approximately 15 minutes,
depending on the model. Factors that have an impact on preheat
times are: room temperature, starting oven temperature, and the
number of oven racks. Unused oven racks can be removed prior to
preheating your oven to reduce preheat time.
Broiling
Leave the door open 6" (15 cm) at the broil stop position to ensure
proper broiling temperature. Preheat the oven for 5 minutes before
putting food in unless recommended otherwise in the recipe.
Position food on grid in a broiler pan, then place it in the center of
the oven rack.
Changing the temperature when broiling allows more precise
control when cooking. The lower the broil setting, the slower the
cooking. Thicker cuts and unevenly shaped pieces of meat, fish
and poultry may cook better at lower broil settings. Use racks 6 or
7 for broiling. The roll-out rack is not recommended for use in rack
position 7. Refer to the “Positioning Racks and Bakeware” section
for more information.
On lower settings, the broil element will cycle on and off to maintain
the proper temperature.
■ For best results, use a broiler pan and grid. It is designed to
drain juices and help avoid spatter and smoke.
NOTE: Odors and smoke are normal the first few times the oven is
used or if the oven is heavily soiled.
If you would like to purchase a broiler pan, one may be ordered.
Please refer to the “Accessories” section for more information.
Convection Cooking
In a convection oven, the fan-circulated hot air continually
distributes heat more evenly than the natural movement of air in a
standard thermal oven. This movement of hot air helps maintain a
consistent temperature throughout the oven, cooking foods more
evenly, crisping surfaces while sealing in moisture and yielding
crustier breads.
During convection cooking, the bake, broil and convection (true
convection only) elements cycle on and off in intervals to maintain
the oven temperature, while the fan circulates the hot air.
If the oven door is opened during convection cooking, the fan will
turn off immediately. It will come back on when the oven door is
closed.
NOTE: The oven door must be closed for convection broiling.
With convection cooking, most foods can be cooked at a lower
temperature or at a shorter time. These adjustments can be made
using the following chart or by using the EasyConvect™
Conversion feature on your range.
SETTING
GUIDELINES
CONVECT
BAKE
Reduce the standard baking temperature 25°F
(15°C)
CONVECT
ROAST
Use standard recipe temperature. Cooking time
may be reduced by 15-30% with Convect Roast
so the food should be checked for doneness early.
CONVECT
BROIL
Use standard recipe temperature. Cooking time
may be reduced so the food should be checked
for doneness early.
Bow Tie True Convection with T.H.E.™ Element
True convection adds an electric element around the convection
fan to enhance the cooking performance. This feature enables
three-rack baking in your range. Use the following Convect Options
chart as a guide.
Convect Options
Position the racks according to the “Positioning Racks and
Bakeware” section before starting convection cooking.
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SETTING
FOODS
CONVECT
BAKE
Single or multiple-rack baking for cookies,
biscuits, breads, casseroles, tarts or tortes.
CONVECT
BROIL
Thicker cuts or unevenly shaped pieces of meat,
fish or poultry.
CONVECT
ROAST
Whole chicken or turkey, vegetables, pork roasts,
beef roasts.
EasyConvect™ Conversion
Convection cooking temperatures and times can differ from those
of standard cooking. Depending upon the selected category,
EasyConvect™ conversion automatically reduces the standard
recipe temperature and/or time you input for convection cooking.
Foods are grouped into 4 general categories. Choose the category
most appropriate for the food to be cooked. Use the following chart
as a guide.
SETTING
FOODS
MEATS
Chicken: whole and pieces
Meat loaf, Roasts: pork, beef and ham
(Turkey and large poultry are not included because
their cook time varies.)
BAKED
GOODS
Biscuits, Breads: quick and yeast
Cakes and Cookies
Casseroles
PIZZA
Fresh pizza, Frozen pizza
OTHER
Frozen convenience foods: french fries, nuggets,
fish sticks, lasagna
To Use:
NOTE: For best results, preheat your oven to the desired
temperature prior to using Easy Convect™ Conversion. After
preheating is complete, press the OFF key before using
EasyConvect™ Conversion.
1. Press the EASY CONVECT pad for the desired option (MEATS,
BAKED GOODS, PIZZA or OTHER).
2. Press number pads to enter standard cook temperature then
press START.
3. Press number pads to enter standard cook time then press
START.
4. Place the food in the oven.
Check food for doneness before the stop time is reached. If
food will not be done when the stop time is reached, add more
cooking time before time elapses (see “Cook Time” section). At
the end of the stop time, the oven will automatically turn off.
5. Press OFF when finished.
6. Remove food from the oven.
Proofing Bread
Proofing bread prepares the dough for baking by activating the
yeast. Follow the recipe directions as a guide. Standard Proof
should be used for fresh dough, thawed dough, and for the first
and second rise. Rapid Proof (on some models) operates at a
slightly higher temperature than Standard Proof, and it can be used
for the second rise of formed dough.
To Proof:
Before first proofing, place the dough in a lightly greased bowl and
cover loosely with wax paper, coated with shortening. Place on
rack guide 2 and close the oven door.
NOTE: If the temperature of the oven is greater than 100°F (38°C),
“oven cooling” will be displayed until the temperature is less than
100°F (38°C).
1. Press BREAD PROOF until the desired proof is displayed
(“Standard Proof” or “Rapid Proof”).
2. Press START.
Let the dough rise until nearly doubled in size. Proofing time
may vary depending on dough type and quantity.
3. Press OFF when finished proofing.
Before second proofing, shape the dough, place it in baking pan(s)
and cover loosely. Follow the same placement and control steps
above. Before baking, remove the cover.
NOTE: If the oven temperature is greater than 100°F (38°C), the
display will indicate “oven cooling” until the temperature is below
100°F (38°C).
Cook Time
WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit in oven more than one hour before
or after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
To Set a Timed Cook:
1. Press BAKE, CONVECT BAKE, or CONVECT ROAST.
2. Press the number keypads to enter a temperature other than
the one displayed.
3. Press COOK TIME. The cook time oven indicator light will light
up.
4. Press the number keypads to enter the length of time to cook.
5. Press START. The display will count down the time. When the
time ends, the oven will shut off automatically.
The temperature and/or time setting can be changed at any
time by repeating steps 2 - 3.
To Set a Delayed Timed Cook:
1. Press BAKE, CONVECT BAKE, or CONVECT ROAST.
2. Press the number keypads to enter a temperature other than
the one displayed.
3. Press COOK TIME. The cook time oven indicator light will light
up.
4. Press number keypads to enter the length of time to cook.
5. Press DELAY START. The start time/delay oven indicator light
will light up.
6. Press number keypads to enter the number of hours and/or
minutes you want to delay the start time.
7. Press START.
When the start time is reached, the oven will automatically turn on.
The temperature and/or time settings can be changed any time
after pressing Start by repeating steps 2 - 7. When resetting the
time and temperature, it is necessary to press Start between
steps 4 and 5 to continue making changes.
When the set cook time ends, the oven will shut off automatically.
8. Press OFF to clear the display.
6. Press OFF to clear the display.
NOTE: The time setting for any timed cooking function,
including EasyConvect™ Conversion, can be adjusted by
following the previous steps 3 - 5.
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Warming Drawer
Before using the warming drawer, wash the bottom of the drawer
with soap and water. See “General Cleaning” section.
WARNING
To Use:
Food Poisoning Hazard
1. Press WARMING DRAWER ON to select the Warming Drawer
function at the Low setting.
Do not let food sit for more than one hour before or
after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
The Warming Drawer is ideal for keeping hot cooked foods at
serving temperature. It may also be used for warming breads and
pastries.
Different types of food may be placed in the warming drawer at the
same time. For best results, do not hold foods longer than 1 hour.
For smaller quantities, pizza, or heat-sensitive foods, such as eggs,
do not hold longer than 30 minutes.
Food must be at serving temperature before being placed in the
warming drawer. Breads, pastries, and fruit pies may be heated
from room temperature.
Remove food from plastic bags and place in oven-safe container.
Cover foods with a lid or aluminum foil.
Do not cover with plastic wrap.
Empty serving dishes and ovenproof dishes can be heated while
the warming drawer is preheating. Check the dish manufacturer’s
recommendations before warming the cookware.
2. To select a higher temperature setting, press WARMING
DRAWER ON a second time for the Medium setting or a third
time for the High setting.
3. Press START to begin preheating the warming drawer.
4. Allow the warming drawer to preheat for 15 minutes.
5. Place the cooked food(s) in the warming drawer.
6. Press WARMING DRAWER OFF to turn off the heating element.
Off
The Warming Drawer operates at temperatures of approximately
140ºF (60ºC) (Low), 160ºF (71ºC) (Medium), 180ºF (82ºC) (High).
Slow Cook
WARNING
To Use:
1. Press WARMING DRAWER SLOW COOK to select the Slow
Cook function at the Low setting.
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit for more than one hour before or
after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
The Slow Cook function in the warming drawer cooks food slowly
at a low temperature over a long period of time, similar to a
countertop slow cooker.
There are 2 settings: Hi and Lo. Guidelines for cooking times are
4 to 5 hours for Hi and 8 to 10 hours for Lo. Smaller quantities of
food may require less time, while larger quantities may require more
time.
When slow cooking, use oven-safe cookware. Before slow
cooking, thaw frozen foods completely. Cover foods with a lid or
aluminum foil to keep the food moist.
IMPORTANT: Brown roasts thoroughly before starting to slow
cook.
Before using the warming drawer, wash the bottom of the drawer
with soap and water. See “General Cleaning” section.
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2. To select a higher temperature setting, press WARMING
DRAWER SLOW COOK a second time for the High setting.
3. Place the food(s) in the warming drawer.
4. Press START to begin heating the warming drawer.
5. Press WARMING DRAWER OFF to turn off the heating element.
Off
RANGE CARE
Clean Cycle
AquaLift™ Technology is an innovative cleaning solution that
utilizes heat and water to release baked-on spills from the oven in
less than 1 hour. This new cleaning technology is a low-heat, odorfree alternative to traditional self-cleaning options.
Allow the oven to cool to room temperature before using the Clean
cycle. If your oven cavity is above 200°F (93°C), “OVEN COOLING”
will appear in the display, and the Clean cycle will not be activated
until the oven cavity cools down.
5. Press OFF at the end of the cycle. OFF may be pressed at any
time to stop the Clean cycle.
6. Remove the residual water and loosened soils with a sponge or
cloth immediately after the Clean cycle is complete. Much of
the initial 2 cups (16 oz [500 mL]) of water will remain in the
oven after the cycle is completed. If additional soils remain,
leave a small amount of water in the oven bottom to assist with
the cleaning.
To Clean:
1. Remove all racks and accessories from the oven cavity and
wipe excess soil. Use a plastic scraper to remove easilyremoved soils.
7. If any soils remain, remove them with a non-scratch scrubbing
sponge or plastic scraper. Additional Clean cycles may be run
to help remove the stubborn soils.
IMPORTANT: Do not use oven cleaners. The use of chemicals,
including commercial oven cleaners or metal scouring pads,
may cause permanent damage to the porcelain surface of the
oven interior.
NOTES:
2. Pour 2 cups (16 oz [500 mL]) of distilled or filtered water onto
the bottom of the empty oven and close the oven door.
■
The range should be level to ensure that the entire surface of
the bottom of the oven cavity is covered by water at the
beginning of the Clean cycle.
■
For best results, use distilled or filtered water. Tap water may
leave mineral deposits on the oven bottom.
■
Before removing the residual water and loosened soils at the
end of the Clean cycle, insert a cloth or paper towel between
the lower edge of the oven door and the front frame to keep
water from spilling onto the front of the range and the floor.
■
Soil baked on through several cooking cycles will be more
difficult to remove with the Clean cycle.
■
Nonabrasive scrub sponges or eraser style cleaning pads
(without cleaners) can be effective for cleaning the oven cavity
walls, oven door and oven bottom for difficult soils. For best
results, moisten the pads and sponges before use.
■
Run an additional Clean cycle for stubborn soils.
■
affresh® Kitchen and Appliance Cleaner and affresh® Cooktop
Cleaner may be used to clean the oven bottom, walls and door
when the oven has finished the cycle and returned to room
temperature. If affresh® Cooktop Cleaner is used, wiping out
the oven with distilled water is recommended as well. Refer to
the “Accessories” section for information on ordering.
■
Additional AquaLift™ Technology Cleaning Kits may be
obtained by ordering Part Number W10423113RP. See the
“Accessories” section for more information.
■
For assistance with AquaLift™ Technology, call
1-877-258-0808, or visit our website at http://whr.pl/aqualift.
IMPORTANT: Do not use chemicals or other additives with the
water. Do not open the oven door during the Clean cycle. The
water on the oven bottom is hot.
3. Press CLEAN and then START on the oven control panel.
4. Allow 40 minutes for cleaning and cool down. A beep will
sound when the Clean cycle is complete.
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General Cleaning
IMPORTANT: Before cleaning, make sure all controls are off and
the oven and cooktop are cool. Always follow label instructions on
cleaning products. For additional information, you can visit the
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section of our website at
www.kitchenaid.com.
Soap, water and a soft cloth or sponge are suggested first unless
otherwise noted.
EXTERIOR PORCELAIN ENAMEL SURFACES (on some
models)
Food spills containing acids, such as vinegar and tomato, should
be cleaned as soon as the entire range is cool. These spills may
affect the finish.
Cleaning Method:
■ Glass cleaner, mild liquid cleaner or nonabrasive scrubbing
pad:
Gently clean around the model and serial number plate
because scrubbing may remove numbers.
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affresh® Kitchen and Appliance Cleaner Part Number
W10355010 (not included):
See “Accessories” section for more information.
Heavy soil, dark streaks, specks and discoloration
Clean with Cooktop Cleaner or nonabrasive cleaner and
cleaning pad.
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Burned-on soil
Clean with Cooktop Cleaner, Cleaning Pad and Cooktop
Scraper.
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Metal marks from aluminum and copper
Clean with Cooktop Cleaner and Cleaning Pad as soon as
cooktop has cooled down. The marks will not totally disappear,
but after many cleanings they will become less noticeable.
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Tiny scratches and abrasions
Use Cooktop Cleaner and Cleaning Pad for scratches.
Scratches and abrasions do not affect cooking performance,
and after many cleanings they will become less noticeable.
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CONTROL PANEL AND OVEN DOOR EXTERIOR
STAINLESS STEEL (on some models)
NOTE: To avoid damage to stainless steel surfaces, do not use
soap-filled scouring pads, abrasive cleaners, Cooktop Cleaner,
steel-wool pads, gritty washcloths or abrasive paper towels.
Damage may occur to stainless steel surfaces, even with one-time
or limited use.
Cleaning Method:
Rub in direction of grain to avoid damaging.
■ affresh® Stainless Steel Cleaner Part Number W10355016:
See “Accessories” section for more information.
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Sugary spills (jellies, candy, syrup)
Clean with cooktop scraper and cooktop cleaner. Scrape off
sugary spills while the cooktop is still warm. You may want to
wear oven mitts while cleaning the cooktop.
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Liquid detergent or all-purpose cleaner:
Rinse with clean water and dry with soft, lint-free cloth.
To avoid damage to the control panel, do not use abrasive
cleaners, steel-wool pads, gritty washcloths or abrasive paper
towels.
Cleaning Method:
■ Glass cleaner and soft cloth or sponge:
Apply glass cleaner to soft cloth or sponge, not directly on
panel.
■
affresh® Kitchen and Appliance Cleaner Part Number
W10355010 (not included):
See “Accessories” section for more information.
OVEN RACKS
Cleaning Method:
■ Steel-wool pad
METALLIC PAINT (on some models)
Do not use abrasive cleaners, cleaners with bleach, rust removers,
ammonia or sodium hydroxide (lye) because paint surface may
stain.
CERAMIC GLASS
Cleaning Method:
Use affresh® Cooktop Cleaner Part Number W10355051 with
Cooktop Scraper Part Number WA906B to clean and remove
stains from the cooktop. Use Cooktop Protectant Part Number
31463A regularly to avoid stain buildup, pitting and scratching,
while conditioning the cooktop for easier future cleaning. These
can be ordered as accessories. See “Accessories” section for more
information. The Cooktop Scraper uses razor blades. Store razor
blades out of the reach of children.
Do not use steel wool, abrasive powder cleansers, chlorine bleach,
rust remover or ammonia because damage may occur.
Light to moderate soil
■ Can be cleaned with damp paper towels or sponge. Light
stains should be addressed with cleaner and cleaning pad.
■
For racks that have discolored and are harder to slide, a light
coating of vegetable oil applied to the rack guides will help
them slide.
STORAGE DRAWER OR WARMING DRAWER (on some
models)
Check that storage drawer or warming drawer is cool and empty
before cleaning.
Cleaning Method:
■ Mild detergent
OVEN CAVITY
Use AquaLift™ Technology regularly to clean oven spills.
Do not use oven cleaners.
Food spills should be cleaned when oven cools. At high
temperatures, foods react with porcelain and staining, etching,
pitting or faint white spots can result.
Cleaning Method:
■ Clean cycle: See “Clean Cycle” first.
Oven Light
The oven light is a standard 40-watt appliance bulb. Before
replacing, make sure the oven and cooktop are cool and the
control knobs are in the off position.
To Replace:
1. Unplug range or disconnect power.
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2. Turn the glass bulb cover in the back of the oven
counterclockwise to remove.
3. Turn bulb counterclockwise to remove from socket.
4. Replace bulb, then bulb cover by turning clockwise.
5. Plug in range or reconnect power.
TROUBLESHOOTING
First try the solutions suggested here or visit our website and reference FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
to possibly avoid the cost of a service call.
www.kitchenaid.com
Operation
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
Nothing will operate
Power supply cord is unplugged.
Plug into a grounded outlet.
Household fuse is blown, or a
circuit breaker is tripped.
Replace the fuse or reset the circuit breaker. If the problem
continues, call an electrician.
The control knob is set
incorrectly.
Touch the display area on the control panel to select a cooking
surface before selecting a function.
The cooktop control lockout is
set.
See “Control Lock” in the “Cooktop Use” section.
Cooktop is turned off.
The Power key was unintentionally touched. Press POWER
again. Reset the cooktop.
Improper cookware being used
See “Cookware” section.
Cooktop control set to incorrect
heat level
See “Cooktop Controls” in the “Cooktop Use” section.
Range is not level.
Level the range. See the Installation Instructions.
The electronic oven control was
set incorrectly.
See “Electronic Oven Controls” section.
Delay Start was set.
See “Cook Time” section.
The oven control lockout is set.
See the control lock keypad feature in the “Feature Guide”
section.
The range is in Demo Mode.
Demo Mode will deactivate all heating elements. See “Demo
Mode” in the “Electronic Oven Controls” section.
“FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE” is
displayed when trying to use
the Control Lock function.
A cooktop or oven function is
active, including the timer or
timed cooking features, or the
oven is hot or a cooktop hot
surface indicator is lit.
Ensure that all cooktop and oven functions are off, and that the
cooktop and oven are cool. If this does not work, call for
service. See cover for contact information.
Oven temperature too high or
too low
Oven temperature calibration
needs adjustment.
See “Oven Temperature Control” in the “Electronic Oven
Controls” section.
Oven indicator lights flash
Needs service (oven indicator
lights are flashing).
See “Control Display” in the “Electronic Oven Controls”
section. If the indicator light(s) keeps flashing, call for service.
See cover for contact information.
Oven control displays
messages
Power failure (display shows
flashing time)
Clear the display. On some models, reset the clock, if needed.
See “Clock” keypad feature in the “Feature Guide” section.
Error code (display shows letter
followed by number)
Press the OFF keypad to clear the display. See “Control
Display” in the “Electronic Oven Controls” section. If it
reappears, call for service. See cover for contact information.
Improper pan being used (“No
Pan” lights up in the display when
you place a saucepan on an
induction surface cooking area)
See “Pan Detection” in the “Cooktop Use” section. Check that
the saucepan is ferromagnetic. Check that the diameter of the
saucepan is large enough. Center the saucepan on the surface
cooking area. Allow the saucepan to cool down in the event
that it has become hot when used. Switch the surface cooking
area off, then on again. If the display still does not light up, turn
power off at the circuit breaker. Wait 20 seconds and turn
power back on.
Long cooking time (performance
boost function display flashing
and switching off)
The Performance boost function operates the surface cooking
area with the most power. During long cooking times, it is
possible that the function will switch the surface cooking area
off to keep the cooktop from overheating. You can continue to
use the cooktop if the display is not flashing.
Error code (display flashing “Er”
and numbers)
If an “Er” and a series of numbers appear in the display panel,
turn power off at the circuit breaker. Turn on again. If problem
continues, call customer service. See the cover for contact
information.
Cooktop will not operate
Cooktop cooking results not
what expected
Oven will not operate
Cooktop display shows
messages
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PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
Cooktop has turned off and is
beeping every 10 seconds.
An object, liquids or soils are
putting pressure on the control
panel.
Thoroughly wipe or remove any object on touch keys.
F42, F43
The power voltage is too low or
too high.
Turn off the cooktop. Wait 5 seconds, then turn it back on. If
this continues, contact a qualified electrician.
C81, C82, C83
The surface cooking area has
overheated.
The surface cooking area automatic shutoff was activated. Wait
5 minutes for it to cool down, then turn it back on.
Is the display flashing “F” or
“C” and numbers? If “F” or “C”
and a number are alternately
flashing on the display, refer to
the following for possible
solutions:
F12, F21, F25, F36, F37, F40,
F47, F56, F58, 560, F61, F62,
F63, F64
Mineral deposits are left on the
oven bottom after the Clean
cycle
Oven cooking results not what
expected
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Call for service. See the cover for contact information.
Tap water was used in the Clean
cycle.
Use distilled or filtered water in the Clean cycle.
To remove deposits, use a cloth soaked with vinegar. Then use
a cloth dampened with water to thoroughly remove any vinegar
residue.
Range is not level.
Mineral deposits will collect on dry areas of the oven bottom
during the Clean cycle. Level the range. See the Installation
Instructions.
To remove deposits, use a cloth soaked with vinegar. Then use
a cloth dampened with water to thoroughly remove any vinegar
residue.
Range is not level.
Level the range. See the Installation Instructions.
The temperature set was
incorrect.
Double-check the recipe in a reliable cookbook.
Oven temperature is calibrated
incorrectly.
See “Oven Temperature Control” in the “Electronic Oven
Controls” section.
Oven was not preheated.
See “Baking and Roasting” section.
Racks were positioned
improperly.
See “Positioning Racks and Bakeware” section.
Not enough air circulation around
bakeware
See “Positioning Racks and Bakeware” section.
Batter distributed unevenly in pan
Check that batter is level in the pan.
Darker browning of food caused
by dull or dark bakeware
Lower oven temperature 25°F (15°C), or move rack to a higher
position in the oven.
Lighter browning of food caused
by shiny or light colored
bakeware
Move rack to a lower position in the oven.
Incorrect length of cooking time
was used.
Adjust cooking time.
Oven door was not closed.
Be sure that the bakeware does not keep the door from closing.
Oven door was opened during
cooking.
Oven peeking releases oven heat and can result in longer
cooking times.
Rack is too close to bake burner,
making baked items too brown
on bottom.
Move rack to higher position in the oven.
Pie crusts browning too quickly
Use aluminum foil to cover the edge of the crust and/or reduce
baking temperature.
Temperature scale was changed
from Fahrenheit to Celsius.
Foods are overdone or burnt even at low temperatures. See
“Fahrenheit and Celsius” in the “Electronic Oven Controls”
section.
Noises
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
Operational cooktop sounds
The following are some normal
sounds with the explanations.
These sounds are normal
operational noises.
Low humming or clicking
This occurs when cooking at high
power. The cause of this is the
amount of energy that is
transmitted from the appliance to
the cookware.
This sound will quiet or go away when the power is turned
down.
Crackling
Cookware is used that consists
of different materials. The noise is
caused by vibrations in the joint
faces between the different
layers.
The sound may change depending on the amount and type of
food being cooked.
Fan noise
The electronics require a
controlled temperature in order to
function reliably.
The cooktop is fitted with a fan that runs at various speeds
according to the temperature detected. The fan may also
continue to run even after the cooktop has been switched off, if
the temperature it detects is too high.
ACCESSORIES
For accessories, you can visit our website at www.kitchenaid.com/cookingaccessories.
Cooktop Care Kit
affresh® Stainless Steel Cleaner
Gas Grate and Drip Pan Cleaner
(ceramic glass models)
(includes cleaner, protectant, scraper, and
applicator pads)
Order Part Number 31605
(stainless steel models)
Order Part Number W10355016
Order Part Number 31617A
Order Part Number W10179196
Cooktop Protectant
affresh® Kitchen and Appliance
Cleaner
Order Part Number W10355010
Split Oven Rack
(ceramic glass models)
Order Part Number 31463A
Standard Flat Oven Rack
AquaLift™ Technology Oven Cleaning
Kit
affresh® Stainless Steel Cleaning
Wipes
Order Part Number W10423113RP
(stainless steel models)
Order Part Number W10355049
Cooktop Scraper
affresh Cooktop Cleaner
®
(ceramic glass models)
Order Part Number W10355051
(ceramic glass models)
Order Part Number WA906B
Granite Cleaner and Polish
Order Part Number W10275756
Order Part Number W10205524
Max Capacity Oven Rack
Order Part Number W10289145
Porcelain Broiler Pan and Grid
Order Part Number 4396923
Premium Broil Pan and Roasting Rack
Order Part Number W10123240
www.kitchenaid.com/broilerpan
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KITCHENAID® ELECTRIC RANGE WARRANTY
LIMITED WARRANTY
For one year from the date of purchase, when this major appliance is operated and maintained according to instructions attached to or
furnished with the product, KitchenAid brand of Whirlpool Corporation or Whirlpool Canada LP (hereafter “KitchenAid”) will pay for
Factory Specified Parts and repair labor to correct defects in materials or workmanship. Service must be provided by a KitchenAid
designated service company. This limited warranty is valid only in the United States or Canada and applies only when the major appliance
is used in the country in which it was purchased. Outside the 50 United States and Canada, this limited warranty does not apply. Proof of
original purchase date is required to obtain service under this limited warranty.
SECOND THROUGH FIFTH YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON CERTAIN COMPONENT PARTS
In the second through fifth years from the date of purchase, when this appliance is operated and maintained according to instructions
attached to or furnished with the product, KitchenAid will pay for Factory Specified Parts for the following components if defective in
materials or workmanship:
■ Electric element
■ Any cracking due to thermal shock of the ceramic glass
cooktop
■ Solid state touch control system parts
■ Surface unit elements
■ Any cracking of the rubber seal between the ceramic glass
cooktop and porcelain edge
ITEMS EXCLUDED FROM WARRANTY
This limited warranty does not cover:
1. Service calls to correct the installation of your major appliance, to instruct you on how to use your major appliance, to replace or repair
house fuses, or to correct house wiring or plumbing.
2. Service calls to repair or replace appliance light bulbs, air filters or water filters. Consumable parts are excluded from warranty
coverage.
3. Repairs when your major appliance is used for other than normal, single-family household use or when it is used in a manner that is
contrary to published user or operator instructions and/or installation instructions.
4. Damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, abuse, fire, flood, acts of God, improper installation, installation not in accordance
with electrical or plumbing codes, or use of consumables or cleaning products not approved by KitchenAid.
5. Cosmetic damage, including scratches, dents, chips or other damage to the finish of your major appliance, unless such damage
results from defects in materials or workmanship and is reported to KitchenAid within 30 days from the date of purchase.
6. Costs associated with the removal from your home of your major appliance for repairs. This major appliance is designed to be
repaired in the home and only in-home service is covered by this warranty.
7. Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the appliance.
8. Expenses for travel and transportation for product service if your major appliance is located in a remote area where service by an
authorized KitchenAid servicer is not available.
9. The removal and reinstallation of your major appliance if it is installed in an inaccessible location or is not installed in accordance with
published installation instructions.
10. Major appliances with original model/serial numbers that have been removed, altered or cannot be easily determined. This warranty is
void if the factory applied serial number has been altered or removed from your major appliance.
The cost of repair or replacement under these excluded circumstances shall be borne by the customer.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES; LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
CUSTOMER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE PRODUCT REPAIR AS PROVIDED
HEREIN. IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
ARE LIMITED TO ONE YEAR OR THE SHORTEST PERIOD ALLOWED BY LAW. KITCHENAID SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SOME STATES AND PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LIMITATIONS ON THE DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS, SO THESE EXCLUSIONS OR 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 OR PROVINCE TO PROVINCE.
If outside the 50 United States and Canada, contact your authorized KitchenAid dealer to determine if another warranty applies.
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For additional product information, in the U.S.A., visit www.kitchenaid.com.
If you do not have access to the Internet and you need assistance using your product or you would like to schedule service, you may
contact KitchenAid at the number below.
Have your complete model number ready. You can find your model number and serial number on the label, located on the oven frame
behind the top right side of the oven door.
For assistance or service in the U.S.A., call 1-800-422-1230.
If you need further assistance, you can write to KitchenAid with any questions or concerns at the address below:
KitchenAid Brand Home Appliances
Customer eXperience Center
553 Benson Road
Benton Harbor, MI 49022-2692
Please include a daytime phone number in your correspondence.
Please keep this User Instructions and model number information for future reference.
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