Exmark 4500-497 Lawn Mower User Manual

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it will help you operate and maintain
your new Range properly.
Keep it handy for answers to your
questions.
Hyou don’t understand something
or need more help, write: (include
your phone number)
Consumer Affairs
General Electric Company
Appliance Park
Louisville, KY 40225
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!mmediateiy contact the dealer
(or builder) that sold you the Range.
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Check the Problem Solver on page
29. it lists minor causes of operating
problems that you can correct
yourself.
write
dcwn the rmdd
and serial B’M.mRber’sm
You’ll find them on a label on the
front of the Range behind the left
oven or storage compartment door.
These numbers are also on the
Consumer Product Ownership
Registration Card that came with
your Range. Before sending in
this card, please write these
numbers here:
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Model Number
Serial Number
Use these numbers in any
correspondence or service calls
concerning your Range.
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When using electrical appliances
basic safety precautions should
be followed, including the
following:
* Use this appliance only for its
intended use as described in this
manual.
@ Be sure your appliance is
properly installed and grounded
by a qualified technician in
accordance with the provided
installation instructions.
@ Don’t attempt to repair or
replace any part of your range
unless it is specifically recommended in this book. All other
servicing should be referred to
a qualified technician.
@ Before performing any service, DISCONNECT THE
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RANGE POWER SUPPLYAT
THE HOUSEHOLD DISTRIBUTION PANEL BY REMOVING
THE FUSE OR SWITCHING
OFF THE CIRCUIT BREAKER.
@ Do not.
leavechildren ak.me—
children should not be left alone
or unattended in area where
appliance is in use. They should
never be aliowed to sit or stand
on any part of the appliance.
* Don’tallow anyone to climb,
stand or hang on the door,
drawer or range top. They could
damage the range and even tip it
over causingseverepersonal
injury.
@ CALJ’TI(3N:DO NOT
STORE
* Wear proper clothing.Loose
fitting or hanging garments
should never be worn ‘while
using the appliance. Flammable
material could be ignited if
brought in contact with hot
heating elements and may cause
severe burns.
@ Use only dry potholders——
moist or damp potholders on
hot surfaces may result in burns
from steam. Do not let potholders touch hot heating elements. Do not use a towel or
other bulky cloth.
@ Never use your appliancetor
warming or heating the room.
@ Storage in or on Appliance—
Flammable materials should not
be stored in an oven or near surface units.
@ Keep hood and greasefilters
clean to maintain good venting
and to avoid grease fires.
@ Do not let cooking greaseor
other flammable materialsaccumulate in the range or near it.
@ Do not use water on grease
fires. Never pick up a flaming
pan. Smotber flaming pan on
surfaceunit by coveringpan
completelywith well fitting lid,
cookie sheet or flat tray. Flaming
greaseoutsidea pan can be put
out by coveringwith baking
soda or, if available,a rnuKipurposedry chemical or foam.
@ Do not tm.4chMating elementsor interiorsurfaceof
oven.These surfaces may be
hot enough to burn even though
they are dark in color. During
and after use, do not touch, or
let clothing or other flammable
materials contact surface units,
areas nearby surface units or
any interior area of the oven;
allow sufficient time for cooling,
first,
Potentially hot surfaces include
the cooktbp and areas facing
the cooktop, oven vent opening
and surfaces near the openings,
and crevices around the oven
door. Remember:The inside
surface of the oven may be hot
when the door is opened.
@ When cooking pork follow
our directions exactly and
always cook the meat to at least
170°. This assures that, in the
remote possibility that trichina
may be present in the meat, it
will be killed and meat will be
safe to eat.
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INCABNMETS
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@ Wand akvayfrom the range
when opening oven door. The
hot air or steamwhich escapes
can causeburnsto hands,face
and~oreyes.
@ Don’t heat tmopenedfood
containersin the oven. Pressure
COW build up and the container
could Iix4rstcausingjan injury.
s Keep oven vent ducts
unobstructed.
e Keep oven free from grease
build up.
e place oven rack in desired
position while oven is cool. If
racks must be handled when
hot, do not let potholder contact
heating units in the oven.
o pulling out shelf to the sheif
stop is a convenience in lifting
heavy foods. R is also a
precaution against burns from
touching hot surfaces of the
door or oven waiis.
@ When using cooking or
roasting bags in oven, foHow the
manufacturer’s
directions.
@ Do not use your oven to dry
newspapers. if overheated, they
can catch fire.
oven:
@ Do not clean door gasket.
The door gasket is essentiai for
a good seai. Care shouid be
taken not to rub, damage, or
move the gasket.
e DO not use oven cleaners.No
commercial oven cleaner or
oven iiner protective coating of
any kind should be used in or
around any part of the oven.
* Ciean oniy parts iisted in this
Use and Care Book
* Before seif-clearh~ the oven,
remove broiler pan and other
utermiis.
@ Use Proper Pan Size—-This
appiiance is equipped with one
or more surface units of
different size. Seiect utensiis
having fiat bottoms iarge
enough to cover the surface unit
heating eiement. ‘The use of
undersized utensils will expose a
portion of the heating eiement to
direct contact and may result in
ignition of clothing. Proper
relationship of utensii to burner
wiii also improve efficiency.
@ Never leavesurfaceunits
unattendedat high heat settings.
Boilover causes smoking and
greasy spiiiovers that may catch
on fire.
I@Be sure refiector pans and
vent ducts are not covered and
are in piace. Their absence
during cooking couid damage
range parts and wiring.
@ Don’t use dumhum foil to
line re!lectorpans or anywhere
in the oven except as described
in this book. Misuse could result
in a shock, fire hazard, or
damage to the range.
@ Oniy certain types of giass,
giass/ceramic, ceramic, earthenware, or other glazed containers
are suitabie for range-top
service; others may break
because of the sudden change
in temperature (See Section on
“Surface Cooking” for
suggestions.)
e TII minimizebums, ignition of
flammable materiais, and spillage; the handie of a container
shouid be positioned so that it is
turned toward the center of the
range without extending over
nearby surface units.
@ Don’t immerseor soak
removablesurface units. Don’t
put!them h a dishwasher.
A$ways turn
surface unit to
CM%before rernovingjutensiL
* Keep an eye on foods being
fried at i-iiGi-i or MEDIUM HiGH
heats.
@ TOavoid the possibility63fa
burn or electricshock,always
be certainthat the controlsfor
all surfaceunitsare at OFF
positionand all coilsare cool
before attemptingto removethe
unit.
@ When flaming foods under
the hood, turn the fan off. The
fan, if operating,may spread
the flame.
@ Foods for frying should be as
dry as possible. Frost on frozen
fo~ds or moisture on fresh foods
can cause hot fat to bubbie up
and over sides of pan.
@ Use iittie fat for effective
shaiiow or deep-fat frying. Fiiiing the pan too fuil of fat can
cause spillovers when food is
added.
@ If a combination of oiis or
fats wiii be used ;n frying, stir
together before heating, or as
fats meit slowiy.
@ Always heat fat slowly,and
watch as it heats.
* Use deep fat thermometer
whenever possibie to prevent
overheating fat beyond the
smoking point.
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The range should be installed on
a sheet of p!ywood (or similar
material) as follows: When fk3 floor
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at the front
of the mmge,the area that the range
will rest on should be built up with
plywood to the same level or higher
than the floor covering. This will
then allow the range to be moved
for cleaning or servicing.
tlhe
Leveling screws may be located on
each corner of the base. By removing the bottom drawer you can level
the range to an uneven floor by
adjusting leveling legs.
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‘–s remove drawer, pull drawer out
.:II ~~eway, tilt up the front and
‘remove it. To replace, insert glides
at —back of drawer beyond stop on
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W& 1~~glides. Lift drawer if
necessary to insert easily. Let front
of drawer down, then push in to
cf~sec
Use cooking utensils of medium
weight aluminum,
CCMW3, and fiat k)c)tiof’ns which
c(xw@ete#y(XMY the heated
portion of the surface unit.
Ch3k fresh vegetables with a
minimum amount of water in
a covered pan.
Watch foods when ~ringing them
quickly to coo~ing temperatures
at HKN+ heat. When food reaches
cooking temperature, reduce
heat immediately to lowest
setting that will keep it cooking.
Use residual heat with surface
cooking whenever possible. For
example, when ccmking,eggs in
the shell, bring water to boil, then
turn tcI OFF position to complete
the cooking.
JJsecorrect heat for cooking
task. . .HIGH—to start cooking
(if time allows, do not use HIGH
heat to start), MEDILHVIHi—
quick brownings, I’vH3-slow frying, LOW—finish cooking most
quantities, WM—&x..Me boiier
heat, finish cooking, and special
for small quantities.
When boiling watet-for tea or
coffee, heat only the amount
needed. It is not economical to
boil a container M! of water for
only one or two cups.
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Preheatthe oven only when
necessary. H you find preh43ating
is necessary, turn the OVEN SET
Knob to BAKE. Turi~ OVEN
TEMP to desired temperature.
When oven .cycling light goes
out the oven is preheated.
Always turfl oven OFT before
removing food.
During baking, avoid frequent ,
Qoor openings. Keep door open
as short a time as possible when
it is 6pehed.
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Cook complete o’km meals
instead of just one food ite~.
Potatoes, other vegetables, and
sdrne desserts will chok together
with a main-dish casserole, meat
loaf, chicken or roast. Choose
foods that cook at the same temperature and in approximately
the same time.
Use residual heat in oven whenever possible to finish cookihg
casseroles, oven meals, etc. Also
add rolls or precooked desserts
to warm oven, using residual heat
to warm them.
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Model and Seriai Numbers
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Surface Unit CcmWois
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“ON” indicator Light
for Surface Units
8
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Oven Set Controi
11
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Oven Tefnp Controi
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Left Oven Control
11
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Oven Cyciing Light
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Companion (Left) Oven Cyciing Light
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Automatic Oven Timer
Ciock and Minute Timer
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Lock Light
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Oven Cieaning Light
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Piug-in Surface Unit (May be
removed when cieaning
under unit.)
16 ‘
2-6 in.
2-8 in.
2-6 in.
2-8 in.
2-6 in.
2-8 in.
One-Piece Chrome Trim Ring and
Refiector Pan. (Do not ciean in
@ Seif-Ciean oven. Discoloration
may occur.)
16
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4
4
, Oven Vent (Located under
@ right rear & ieft rear surface units.)
16
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11, 17
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@ Surface Light Switch
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@ Broii Unit
15
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@ Oven Sheives
11
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Companion Oven Sheif
11
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Oven Sheif Supports
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15
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Oven interior Light (Comes on
@ automatically when door is opened.)
Bake Unit (in the right oven, may be
iifted gentiy for wiping oven fioor.)
P Broiier Pan and Rack (Do not ciean
%? in Seif-Ciean oven.)
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Storage Drawer
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Storage Compartment with Sheif
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Companion (Left) Oven
@ Oven Light Switch
13
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~. “ON” Indicator Light for Surface Units
~. Surface Units
for’
Hi
Your surface units and controls are
designed to give you an infinite
choice of heat settings for surface
unit cooking.
At both OFF and HIGH positions,
there is a slight niche so control
“clicks” at those positions; “click”
on HIGH marks the highest setting; the lowest setting is between
the words LOW and OFF. In a quiet
kitchen you may hear slight “clicking” sounds during cooking, indicating heat settings selected are
being maintained.
Switching heats to higher settings
always show a quicker change than
switching to lower settings.
Mm
HI
Mm
Low
step1
Grasp contol knob and push in. . .
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Quick start for cooking;
bring water to boil.
Fast fry, pan broil; maintain
fast boil on large amount of
food.
Saut6 and brown; maintain
slow boil on large amount
of food.
Cook after starting at HIGH;
cook with little water in
covered pan.
Stean7rice, cereal; maintain
serving temperature of
most foods.
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NOTE:
!. At HIGH and MED Hl, never
leave food unattended. Boilovers
cause smoking; greasy spillovers
may catch fire.
2. At WM and LOW, melt chocolate, butter cm small unit.
step 2
Turn either clockwise or counterclockwise to desired heat setting.
CUMrd mustbe p6JdwxJin to set
only fromOFF position. When con!rol is in any position other than
IOFF, it may be rotated without
pt.ishlngin.
Be sure you turn control to OFF
when you finish cooking. An indicator light wi!! glow when ANY heat
on any surface unit is on.
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Q. May I can foods and preserves
on my surface units?
A, Yes, but only use utensils designed for canning purposes. Check
the manufacturer’s instructions and
recipes for preserving foods. Be
sure canner is flat-bottomed and
fits over the center of the heating
unit. Since canning generates large
amounts of steam, be careful to
avoid burns from steam or heat.
Canning should only be done on
surface units.
Q. Why do my utensils tilt when I
place them on the surface unit?
A. Because the surface unit is not
flat. Make sure that the “feet” on
the heating units are sitting tightly
in the range top indentation and
the reflector ring is flat on the
range surface. Also be sure that
the utensil has a flat bottom.
Q. Can I use special cooking
equipment like an oriental wok, on
any surface unit.
A. Utensils without fiat surfaces
are not recommended. The life of
your surface unit cart be shortened
and the range top can be damaged
from the high heat needed for this
type of cooking.
Q. Can I cover my reflector pans
with foil?
A. Yes, but make sure hole in
center is left open.
Q. Why js the porcelain finish on
my containers coming off?
A. If you set your heating unit
higher than required for the container material, and leave it, the
finish may smoke, crack, pop, or
burn depending on the pot or pan.
Also, a too high heat for long
periods, and small amounts of dry
food, may damage the finish.
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The automatic timer and clock on
your Range are helpful devices
that serve several purposes.
To set clock
(On Models JCS57 and JCS67)
TO SET THE CLOCK, push the
center knob in and turn the clock
hands to the correct time. (The
Minute Timer pointer will move
also, let knob out, turn the Timer
pointer to OFF.)
‘TOset
you time is up. Turn knob, without
@shing in, until pointer reaches
OFF and buzzer stops.
To Set
(On Model JCP67)
TO SET THE CLOCK, push in the
center knob of the Minute Timer
and turn Knob in either direction
to set the Digital Clock numerals
to the correct time.
(After setting the clock, let the
knob out, and turn the Minute
Timer pointer to OFF.)
Q, How can I use my Minute Timer
to make my surface cooking easier?
A. Your Minute Timer will help time
total cooking which includes time
to boil food and change temperatures. Do not judge cooking time
by visible steam only. Food will
cook in covered containers even
though you can’t see any steam.
reaches OFF and
‘T’’irne
Using Automatic Timer, you can
Time !3ake with the oven starting
immediately and turning off at the
Stop Time set or set both Start and
Stop dials to automatically start
and stop oven at a later time of day.
It takes the worry out of not being
home to start or stop the oven.
Setting the dials for TIMED BAKE
is explained in detail on page 12.
self-caem Lk?s
Timer
(On Models JCS57 and JCS67)
The Minute Timer has been combined with the range clock. Use it
to time all your precise cooking
operations. You’ll recognize the
Minute Timer as the pointer which
is different in color and shape than
the clock hands.
TO SET THE MINUTE TI MER, turn
the center knob, without pushing
in, until pointer reaches number of
minutes you wish to time. (Minutes
are marked, up to 60, in the center
ring on the clock.) At the end of
the set time, a buzzer sounds to tell
until,. pointer
buzzer stops.
TII Set
‘Timer
(On Model JCP67)
TO SET THE MINUTE TIMER, turn
the center knob clockwise, without
pushing in, until pointer reaches
number of minutes ‘you wish to
time (up to 60).
At the end of the set time a buzzer
sounds to tell you time is up. Turn
center knob, without pushing in,
Q. Can I change the clock while I’m
Time Cooking in the Oven.
A. No. The clock cannot
be
changed during any program that
uses the oven timer. You must
either stop those programs or wait
until ti~ey are finished before
changing time,
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The self-cleaning function on your
range uses the Automatic Timer to
set the length of time needed to
clean whether you wish to clean
immediately or delay the cleaning.
By setting the Start and/or Stop
Dials you may choose to begin
immediately or clean at low energy
times during the night. Full explanations of setting the Start and
Stop Dials for self-cleaning are
described on pages 18 and 19.
Q. Can I use the Minute Timer during oven cooking?
A. The Minute Timer can be used
during any cooking function. The
Automatic Timers (Start and Stop
Dials) are used with TIME BAKE
and SELF-CLEAN functions.
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Oven
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Look at the controls. Be sure
~uti
understand how to set them
properly. Read over the directions
for the Automatic Oven Timer so
you understand its use with the
controls.
2. Check oven interior. Look at the
shelves. Take a practice run at removing and repiacirig them properly, to give sure sturdy support.
3. Read over information and tips
that foliow.
4. Keep this book handy so you can
refer to it, especially during the
first weeks of getting acquainted
with your oven.
The controls for the right oven are
marked OVEN SET and OVEN
TEMP. OVEN SET has settings for
TIME BAKE, BAKE, CLEAN, BROIL
=n@OFF. when you turn the knob
I the desired setting, the proper
heating units are then activated for
(Right Oven)
The shelve(s) in the right oven are
designed with stop-locks so that
when placed mrrectily on the shelf
supports, the shelf will stop before
coming completely from the oven,
and will not tilt when removing
food nor when placing food on
them.
TO REMOVE shelves from the right
oven, pull the shelf forward until it
stops. Lift front and slide out. Be
certain that shelf is cool before
touching.
TO REPLACE shelves in oven, fit
shelf onto guides. Tilt front up and
slide into place.
(Left Oven)
The left oven comes with a removable shelf for easy cleaning.
TO REMOVE, pull the shelf out
and up in one smooth motion. Be
certain that shelf is cool before
touching.
TO REPLACE, tilt the front of the
shelf up and slide into place.
(On Model JCP67’)
The offset shelf is provided for use in
shelf position 1 to prevent contact with deep Self-Clean oven door
when sliding in and out. This shelf
may also be used in shelf position
4. Always install with offset placed
upward and the shelf stop placed
to therear.
Caution: On model! JCP67, never
use the straight shelf in shelf
position 10
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if you wish to use foil for possible
spil!overs, cut a piece of foil slightly
larger than the pan and turn up the
edges. Place the foil on the oven
rack below the pan. NEVER COVER
AN ENTIRE OVEN RACK OR
OVEN BOTTOM WITH FOIL. THE
FOIL CAN OBSTRUCT NORMAL
HEAT FLOW, CAUSE COOKING
FAILURES, AND DAMAGE OVEN
INTERIOR.
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- control for the left oven is
‘marked LEFT OVEN. LEFT OVEN
has temperature settings that range
from 150” to 500° and BROIL.
OVEN TEfvlP maintains the temperature you set from WARM
(150°) to BROIL (550°) and also at
CLEAN (8700). The Oven Cycling
Light glows until oven reaches the
selected temperature, then goes
off and on with the oven unit(s)
during cooking. Preheating the
oven, even to high temperature
settings, is speedy—rarely taking
more than 5 to 6 minutes. Preheat
the oven only when necessary.
Many foods will cook satisfactorily
without preheating. If you find
preheating is necessary, See How
to Set Your Range for Preheating.
(Flight Oven)
The oven has four shelf supports—
1 (bottom), 2, 3, and 4 (top). Shelf
positions for cooking food are
suggested on Baking, Roasting
and Broiling pages.
(Left Oven)
This oven a!so has four shelf supports–l
(bottom), 2, 3, and 4
(top). See Baking, Roasting, and
Broiling pages for suggested shelf
position~.
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The light comes on automatically
when the door is opened. Use
switch to turn light on and off
when door is closed.
Switch is located on the control
panel or the right top corner of the
door.
How
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When cooking a food for the first
time in your new oven, use time
given on recipes as a guide. Oven
thermostats, over a period of
years, may “drift” from the factory
setting and differences in timing
between an old and a new oven of
5 to 10 minutes are not unusual
and you may be inclined to think
that the new oven is not performing correctly. However, your
new oven has been set correctly at
the factory and is more apt to be
accurate than the oven it replaced.
to set
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@ight @t?B’1)
Preheating is generally done before
baking. The oven should be preheated to the temperature you want
unless your recipe says not to.
Step 1: Turn OVEN SET to BAKE
Step 2:Turn OVEN TEMP to desired
temperature setting.
Step 3: After preheat time has
elapsed, oven cycling light wi I ga
out. (This indicates oven has
reached the desired temperat~ re.)
Bake
limkhg chart WI Page 24.
to
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(Right (Men)
NOTE: Before beginning make
sure the hands of the range clock
show the correct time of day.
Immediate Start is simply setting
oven to start baking now and
turning off at a later time automatically. Remember, foods continue
cooking after controls are off.
Step 1: Place food in oven, being
certain to leave about l-inch of
space between pans and walls of
oven for good circulation of heat.
Close oven door. During baking,
avoid frequent door openings to
prevent undesirable results.
Step 2: Turn OVEN SET Knob to
BAKE and OVEN TEMP Knob to
temperature on recipe or cm Baking
Chart.
Step 3: Check food for doneness
at minimum time on recipe. Cook
longer if necessary. Switch off
heat and remove foods.
Ste~ 1: The Start Dial should be at
the-same position as the time of
day on clock. To set Stop Time,
Push in knob on STOP dial and
turn pointer to time you want oven
to turn off; for example 7:00.
How to Time Bake
(Righ# Oven)
(On ~OCk!S JCS57 and JCS67)
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OVENSET
Step 2: Turn OVEN SET Knob to
TIMED BAKE. Turn OVEN TEMP
Knob to oven temperature, for
example 250°.
The automatic oven timer controls
are designed to turn the oven on or
off automatically at specific times
that you set. Examples of fmmediate Start (oven turns on now and
you set it to turn off automatically)
or Delay Start and Stop (setting
the oven to turn on automatically
at a later time and turn off at a
preset stop time) will be described.
How to set
Delay Start and Stop is setting the
oven timer to turn the oven on and
off automatically at a later time
than the present time of day.
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Step t: To set start time, push in
knob on START diai and turn
pointer to time you want oven to
turn on, for example 6:30.
Step 2: To set Stop Time, push in
knob on STOP dial and turn
pointer to time you want oven to
turn off, for example 9:00. This
means your recipe called for two
and one-half hours of baking time.
NOTE: Time on Stop Dial must be
later than time shown on range
clock and Start Dial.
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OVENTEMP
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OVENSET
Step 3: Turn OVEN SET Knob to
TIMED BAKE. Turn OVEN TEMP
Knob to recommended temperature.
Place food in oven, close the door
and automatically the oven will be
turned on and off at the times you
have set. Turn OVEN TEMP and
OVEN SET to OFF and remove food
from oven.
OVEN INDICATOR LIGHT(s) at
TIMED BAKE setting may work differently than they do at BAKE setting. Carefuliy recheck the steps
given above. if all operations are
done as explained, oven will operate as it should.
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On model JCP67, the STOP and
START dials-are different in appearance than the dials on the JCS57
and JCS67.
However, they do operate in the
same manner. To Time Bake, to set
immediate start time and to set
delay start and stop time on Model
JCP67, follow the directions written
for the JSC57 and JCS67.
for
To set
(Left Oven)
To preheat the left oven, follow
these steps:
Step 1: Turn LEFT OVEN knob to
temperature on recipe and left oven
cycling light will come on.
Step 2: When light goes out, put
food in oven. (This indicates that
oven has reached the desired
temperature.)
How TOSet Range
for’IBaking
(Left
oven)
Your left oven is designed for a variety of small food loads that do not
completely cover the oven shelf.
Cookie sheets and other utensils
that completely cover the oven
shelf are not recommended.
To set for baking, proceed as
follows:
Step 1: Turn LEFT OVEN knob to
temperature on recipe or note
Baking Chart on page 24.
Step 2: Check food for doneness
at minimum time on recipe. Cook
longer if necessary,
Step 3: Switch LEFT OVEN to off
when dorm and remove foods.
(2. Must the clock be set on the
correct time of day when I wish to
use the automatic timer for baking?
A. Yes, if you wish to use the start
and stop dials to turn on and off at
set times during time functions.
Q. Can I time bake in companion
(left) oven?
A. No, your companion oven is not
equipped with a time bake function. If you want to time bake use
right oven.
Q. What type of foods should I
cook using automatic timer functions?
A. Meats, fruits, and vegetables
usually cook well using the t!me
bake function. Foods of a highly
perishable nature such as milk,
eggs, fish, stuffing, poultry and
pork should not be cooked automatically unless standing time in
oven is not more than 2 hours
before and 2 hours after cooking.
Food should be thoroughly chilled
before placing in oven.
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How Roast
see
chart on !F%ge25.
Roasting is cooking by dry heat. ‘Tender meat or
poultry can be roasted uncovered in your oven.
Roasting temperatures, which should be low, keep
spattering to a minimum. When roasting, it is not
necessary to sear, baste, cover, or add water to your
meat.
Roasting is really a baking procedure used for
meats. Therefore, oven controls are set to BAKE.
(You may hear a slight clicking noise to indicate the
oven is working properly. ) Roasting is easy, just
follow these steps:
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OVENSET
Step 3: “hrn OVEN SET to BAKE
and OVEN TEMP to 325°. Small
poultry may be cooked at 375° for
best browning.
Step 1: Check weight of meat, and
place, fat side up, on roasting rack
in a shallow pan. (Broiler pan with
rack is a good pan for this. ) Line
broiler pan with aluminum foil
when using pan for marinating,
cooking with fruits, cooking heavily
cured meats, or for basting food
during cooking. Avoid spilling
these materials on oven liner or
door.
Step 2: Place in oven on shelf in
position 1 or 2. No preheating is
necessary.
Q. Why is my roast crumbiing
when i try to carve it?
A. Roasts are easier to siice if
ailowed to cool 10 to 20 minutes
after removing from oven. Be sure
to cut across the grain of the meat.
Q. DO i need to preheat my oven
each time i cook a roast or poultry?
A. it is rarely necessary to preheat
your oven, ofIiy for very smaii
roasts, which cook a short length
of time.
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Step 4: Most meats continue to
cook siightiy whiie standing after
being removed from the oven. For
rare or medium internai doneness,
if meat is to stand 10-20 minutes
whiie making gravy or for easier
carving, you may wish to remove
meat from oven when internai
temperature is 5-10° F beiow temperature suggested on chart. If no
standing is pianned, cook meat to
suggested temperature on chart
on page 25.
Q. When buying a roast are there
any speciai tips that wouid heip
me cook if more evenly?
A. Yes. B!ly a roast as even in
thickness as possibie or buy roiied
roasts.
Q. Can i seai the sides of my foii
“tent” when roasting a turkey?
A. Seaii)ng the foil wiil steam the
meat, Leaving it unsealed aiiows
the air to circu4ate and brown the
meat.
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NCl?’E: YOUmay wish to use TiME
BAKE as described on preceding
page to turn oven on and off
automatically.
Remember that food wiii continue
to cook in the hot oven and therefore shouid be removed when the
desired internai temperature has
been reached.
in Left
Foiiow Steps 1 and 2 as outiined in
“How to Roast in Right Oven.”
Then turn LEFT OVEN knob to
desired temperature. (See notes
on Roasting Chart page 25 for
suggested temperature settings.)
NOTE: if you use the broiier pan,
be sure to use the pan designated
for use in the ieft oven.
For Frozen
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Frozen roasts of beef, pork, iamb,
etc., can be started without thawing, but aiiow 10-25 minutes per
pound additional time (10 min. per
pound for roasts under 5 pounds,
more time for iarger roasts).
Thaw most frozen pouitry before
roasting to heip ensure even doneness. Some commercial frozen
pouitry can be cooked successfully without thawing. Foiiow directions given on packer’s iabel.
Q. is it necessary to check for doneness with a meat thermometer?
A. Checking the finished internai
temperature at the completion of
cooking time !s recommended.
Temperatures are shown on Roasting Chart on page 25. For roasts
over 8 ibs., cooked at 300° with
reduced time, check with thermometer at half-hour intervais
after % of time has passed.
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see
chart m Pages 26 and 2’7.
doneness (Where two thicknesses ,
and times are given together, use
first times given for thinnest food.)
6!#
roiling
is cooking food by intense
radiant heat from the upper unit in
the oven. Most fish and tender cuts
of meat can be broiled. Follow
these steps to keep spattering and
smoking to a minimum.
Step 4: If meat has fat or gristle
near edge, cut vertical slashes
through both about 2-in. apart. if
desired fat may be trimmed, leaving
layer about 1/8-in. thick.
1Step 4: Leave door ajar about 3
inches. The door stays open by
itself, yet the proper temperature
is maintained in the oven.
OVEN
THvlP Cl
@/FN
SET
Step 7: Turn OVEN SET and OVEN
TEMP Knobs to OFF. Serve food
, immediately, leave pan outside
oven to cool during meal for easiest
cleaning.
to
in Left
OVENTEMP
step 2: Place meat on broiler rack
in broiler pan which comes with
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range. Always use rack so fat drips
into broiler pan; otherwise juices
may become hot enough to catch
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fire. Aluminum foil may be used to
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OVENSET
Step 5: Turn OVEN SET Knob and
OVEN TEMP Knob to BROIL. Preheating units is not necessary. (See
notes on Broiling Chart page 26.)
line broiler pan and rack. But, be
ERTAIN to cut opening in foil, to
correspond with slots in the rack
so fat drips into pan below.
Step 3: Position shelf on recommended shelf position as suggested on Broiling Chart on page
26. Most broiling is done on posi-
tion 3.
Step &Turn food only once during
cooking. Time foods for first side
as on Broiling Chart page 26. Turn
food, then use times given for second side as a guide to preferred
“
Q.Should
I salt the meat before
broi~ing?
A. No. Salt draws out the juices
and allows them to evaporate.
Always salt after cooking. Turn
meat with tongs; piercing meat
~wjth a fork also al~ows juices to
escape. When broiling poultry or
fish, brush each side often with
butter.
Q. Why are my meats not turning
out as brown as they should?
A. In some areas, the power (voltage) to the range may be low. In
these cases, preheat the broil unit
for 10 minutes before placing
broiler pan with food in oven.
Check to see if you are using the
recomfi-mded si==ielf
position, Broil
for the longest period of time indicated in the Broil Chart in this
book. Turn food only once during
broiling.
Follow Steps 1 through 3 as outlined in “How to Broil in Right
Oven.”
Leave the door ajar about 3 inches.
Then turn LEFT OVEN knob to
BROIL. Preheat units 10 minutes
before broiling in left oven. (See
notes on Broiling Chart page 27.)
Turn food oniy once during cooking. Time foods for first side as on
Broiling Chart page 27. Turn food,
then use times given for second
side as a guide to preferred doneness. (Where two thicknesses and
times are given together use first
times given for thinnest food.)
Turn LEFT OVEN knob to OFF,
Serve food immediately, leave pan
outside oven to cool during meal
for easiest cleaning.
Q. When broiling, is it necessary
to always use a rack in the pafi?
A. Yes. Using the rack suspends
the meat over the pan. As the meat
cooks, the juices fail into the pan
thus keeping meat dryer. Juices
are protected by the rack and stay
cooler, thus preventing excessive
spatter and smoking,
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Care
Your
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Proper care and cleaning are important so your Range
will give you efficient and satisfactory service. Follow
these directions carefully in caring for your range to
assure safe and proper maintenance,
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~Surface
After each use, clean the range top
and surface unit reflectors. CAUTION: Be sure all controls are
turned OFF and all surfaces are
cool before attempting to clean the
range top or surface unit reflectors.
1. To clean the range top, wipe
around the edges of the surface
unit opening in the range top.
Clean the area below the unit.
Rinse all washed areas with a
damp cloth or sponge.
2. To clean surface unit reflectors,
remove the surface unit. TO REMOVE, raise the unit coil opposite
the receptacle. Lift about one inch
above the trim ring and pull away
from the receptacle. CAUTION: Be
sure the coils are cool before removing a surface unit.
When the surface unit has been
removed, lift the chrome-plated
reflector pan/ring to clean under
the unit. Clean the reflector pans in
the dishwasher or as recommended
on the cleaning chart. DO NOT use
a metallic scouring pad or steel
woo! as they may scratch the
chrome-plated surface of the re-
Units
3. This range is equipped with a
lift-up cooktop for your cleaning
convenience. With the cooktop
raised, you can clean the area
beneath the surface. (Be sure Ml
controls are turned OFF before
a#ternptingto M the moktop.)
When raising or lowering the
cooktop, be sure not to drop or
force the cooktop, as the porcelain
finish may become chipped or
otherwise damaged.
To lift the cooktop proceed
as follows:
Remove all utensils and other
items which may slide OFF the
cooktop.
With both hands grasp the front
edge of the cooktop.
Lift the cooktop.
Raise the support rod and let the
cooktop rest on it.
flector pan.
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To lower the cooktop:
@Lift the cooktop and lower the
support rod.
@Lower the cooktop and a!low it
to lock into position.
To replace the surface unit:
Place the chrome-plated reflector
pan and ring in the surface unit
cavity found on top of the range.
Line up the reflector pan so the
unit receptacle can be seen.
Insert the terminals of the plug-in
unit through the opening in the
chrome-plated pan and ring and
into the receptacle.
Guide the surface unit into place
so it fits evenly and fits snugly into
reflector pan.
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Do not attempt to clean plug-in
surface units in an automatic
dishwasher.
Do not immerse plug-in surface
units in liquids of any kind.
Do not bend the plug-in surface
unit plug terminals.
Do not attempt to clean, adjust
or in any way- repair the plug-in
receptacle.
The area under the bottom drawer
can be reached easily for cleaning
by removing the bottom drawer.
To remove, pull drawer out all the
way, tilt up the front and remove it.
To replace, insert glides at back
of drawer beyond stop on range
glides.
Lift drawer if necessary to
insert easily. Let front of drawer
down, then push in to close.
i he porcelain enamel finish is
sturdy but breakable if misused.
—This finish is acid reSiStant. tiOW:--‘-~-any
,
acid foods spilled (such
‘as fruit juices, tomato, or vinegar)
should not be permitted to remain
on the finish.
Light
Models JCS57, JCS67, & JCP67
are equipped with a fluorescent
bulb that illuminates the backsplash. Simply press backsplash
light switch and hold for ON. Press
again for OFF.
To replace the lamp located in the
backsplash, do the following:
Step ~: Remove the four screws
that hold the cover in position.
(Two are located on top of the
backsplash and two are located
under the backsplash overhang. )
Step 2: Lift the cover away and
twist out the fluorescent lamp.
CAUTiON: Be sure lamp is cool
~=f,~re removing.
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Step 3: Insert the new fluorescent
lamp and twist into lock position,
(Check to make sure new lamp
operates. If not, lamp may be
blown.)
Step 4: Replace backsplash cover
and reinsert the screws that hold it
in position.
The oven lamp has a glass lens held
in place with a spring wire to protect
the oven lamp from the heat of the
oven.
CAUTION: Before replacing your
oven bulb, disconnect the electrical power for your range at the
main fuse or circuit breaker panel
or pull plug. Be sure to let the lamp
cover and bulb cool completely
before removing or rep!acing.
To REMOVE door, open to first stop
position where you feel hinge catch
slightly. Place hands under each
end of door handle; lift door up and
away from hinges.
To REPLACE, place hands under
each end of door handle, or on
sides of door. Resting door against
knee, slip hinge arms into door
slots. Push door in at bottom un~il
it clicks.
TO REMOVE lamp bulb:
1.Swing wire to side and hold.
2. Lift off glass lens.
3. Remove bulb.
TO REPLACE lamp bulb:
1. Insert a new 40 watt appliance
bulb.
2. Replace lens over socket.
3. Swing wire over glass lens.
4. Reconnect electrical power to
range.
The glass lens must be iri place
whenever the oven is in use.
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Oven
(Right
oWn
on
Model
QKxW)
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floor and walls. Light spatter and thinner spills
would generally need only 2 hours cleaning. Heavy
greasy spills and spatter on the oven interior would
need up to 3 hours.
While you are becoming acquainted wifh your seNciearii;g oven, we rem~mernd 2 hours for-the modcrate soil condition, but in some cases a longer
c!eaning ?ime, up 103 hours may be necessary. In
order to judge the degree of soil, look at the oven
Remove broiler pan, rack and
other cookware from the oven.
Oven shelves may be left in oven.
(Note: Shelves may become gray
after several cleanings.)
heavy
soil
on
Turn OVEN SET and OVEN TEMP
knobs to “CLEAN”.
oven
OVEN-TEIVIP
OVENTEMP
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OVENSET
STEP 2
Make sure that both the range
clock and the START dial show the
correct time of day. Push and turn
the “STOP” time dial on the timer
to the desired cleaning time, this
automatically locks the door. (3
hours for normal cleaning time.)
A.
B.
C.
D.
.
STEP 1:
STEP-!:
STEP 2:
Wipe up
bottom.
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Oven !frointFrame
Oven Door Gasket
Openings in Door
Oven Light
STEP 3:
Clean spatters or spills on oven
front frame (A) and oven door outside gasket (B) with a dampened
cloth. Polish with a dry cloth. Do
not clean gasket (B). Do not allow
water to run down through openings in top of door (C). Never use a
commercial oven cleaner in and
around self-cleaning oven.
STEP 4:
Close oven door and make sure
oven light (D) is off.
The oven “CLEAN” light will be
“ON” continuously.
The oven cycling light will be
“ON”. H will cycle “OFF and ON”
when your oven has reached the
clean temperature.
After the oven has heated above
550° F. the “LOCKED” light will
turn on indicating that the oven
door is locked. The oven door
can not be opened until your
oven has cooled
and the
“LOCKED” light has automatically turned off. The door will
automatically unlock when the
oven switch is turned off.
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STEP 1:
When “LOCKED”
light is off turn
OVEN TEMP knob to “OFF”.
STEP 2:
Turn OVEN SET knob to “OFF”.
The door will automatically unlatch
and all signal lights will be off.
NOTE: If you wish to “start” and
“stop” cleaning at a later time than
shown on clock, push in and turn
START dial to time you wish to
“start”. Add the hours needed for
cleaning to this “start” time, then
push in and turn STOP (CLEAN)
dial to desired time. Oven will
automatically turn on and off at
the set times.
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CAUTION: After setting the oven
for a CLEAN cycle, DO NOT try to
open the oven door as this can
damage the automatic door-locking
system.
H you want to use the oven any
Me before a CLEAN cycle is done,
turn the OVEN SET and OVEN
‘TEMP knobs to OFF. After the
oven cuds, the door will unlock
and can then 13eopened.
CAUTION:
ShouM the oven door become
locked accidentally, to open the
door, turn the OVEN SET knob
back to CLEAN, push in and
advance STOP knob past the time
of day. Wait one minute then turn
the OVEN SET knob to OFF. Wait a
few seconds and the door may be
opened.
It the door latch finger becomes
positioned so as to keep the oven
door from closing all the way this
can be corrected as follows:
e Make sure oven is cool!
e Open oven door, turn OVEN
SET knob to CLEAN. Push in
and advance STOP knob past
the time of day. Push in oven
interlock button (button is at
right top of the oven door
opening) and hold button in for
about 15 seconds.
Next, turn OVEN SET knob to
OFF and again push in the oven
interiock button for about 15
seconds.
The latch finger, being rector
driven, will turn so the oven
door may be closed.
IQ. If my oven clock is not working
can I still self-clean my oven?
A. No, Your Automatic Oven Timer
uses the oven clock to help start
and stop your self-cleaning cycle.
Q. Can I clean lhe Woven Gasket
around the oven door?
A. No, this gasket is essential for a
good oven seal and care must be
taken not to rub, damage or move
this gasket.
Q. What causes the hair-like lines
on the enameled surface of my
oven?
A. This is a normal condition
resulting from heating and cooling
during cleaning. They do not
affect how your oven performs.
C?,Should there be any odor
during the cleaning?
A. Yes, there may be a slight odor
during the first few cleanings.
Failure to wipe out excessive soil
might also cause an odor when
cleaning.
Q. MY oven shelves have become
gray after several cleanings. Is this
normal?
A. Yes. After many cleanings, the
shelves may lose some luster and
discolor to a deep gray color.
Q. Is the “crackling” sound i hear
during cleaning normal?
A. Yes. This is the metal heating
and cooling during both the cooking and cleaning functions.
Q=Why won’t my oven clean
immediately even though i have
set all the time and clean knobs
correctly?
A. Check to be sure your START
dial is set to the same time as
OVEN cLoctc
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Q. Can I use commercial oven
cleaners on any part of my seif cleaning oven?
A. No cleaners or coatings should
be used around any part of this
oven. If you do use them and do
not wipe the oven absolutely
clean, the residue can scar the
oven surface and damage metal
parts the next time the oven is
automatically cleaned.
Q. Why do I have ash left in my
oven after cleaning?
A. Some types of soil wil! leave a
deposit which is ash. It can be removed with a damp sponge or
cloth.
Q. MY oven shelves do not slide
easily. What is the matter?
A. After many cleanings, oven
shelves may become so clean they
do not slide easily. If you wish
shelves to SIide more easily,
dampen fingertips with a small
amount of cooking oil and rub
lightly over sides of shelf where
they contact shelf supports.
Q. What should I do if excessive
smoking occurs during cleaning.
A. This is caused by excessive soil
and you should switch the OVEN
SET Knob to OFF. Open windows
to rid room of smoke. Allow the
oven to cool for at least one hour
before opening the door. Wipe up
the excess soil and reset the clean
cycle. If you experience a minor
smoking problem, try preheating
your oven for 5 minutes before setting your oven to clean.
Oven
DO notattempt
to dean W oven WItillyou have teal MS Secwm.
(Left CM3%–’-CM
Mode! JCP67’)
The top, bottom, sides, and back of
the oven liner, and door inner liner
are finished with a special coating
which cannot be cleaned in the
usual manner with soap, detergents, commercial oven cleaners,
coarse abrasive pads or coarse
brushes. Their use am%’or the use
of oven sprays will cause permanent damage.
The special coating is a porous
ceramic materia/ which is dark in
color and feels slightly rough to
the touch. If magnified, the surface
would appear as peaks, valleys,
and sub-surface “tunnels,” This
rough finish tends to prevent
grease spatters from forming little
beads or droplets which run down
the side walls of a hard-surface
oven liner leaving unsightly streaks
that require hand cleaning. Instead,
when spatter hits the porous finish
it is dispersed and is partially
absorbed. This dispersal action
increases the exposure of oven
soil to heated air, which results in
oxidation of soil. This finish also
reduces the visual effect of residual
soil. It may not disappear completely and at some time after
extended usage, stains may appear.
The special coating works best on
small amounts of spatter. It does
not work well with larger spills,
especially sugars, egg, or dairy
mixtures. Avoid spills on inside
surface of the oven door. This
special finish is not used on oven
shelves. Shelves are removable
and can be taken to the sink for
cleaning. See “Cleaning Chart” on
page 2? for cleaning directions.
Use the foliowing steps when
cleaning your Continuous-Clean
Oven.
~. Let range parts cool before handling. it is recommended that
rub berg loves be worn when
cleaning range parts manually.
2. Remove all cooking utensils
including the broiler pan and rack.
3. Remove oven shelves and clean
them manually with scouring pads
or mild abrasive.
4. Clean oven window. Use mild
non-scratching cleanser and damp
cloth. Avoid spilling water or cleaner
on porous surface.
5. Soil visibility maybe reduced by
operating oven at 400° F. Close
door; set oven switch to bake and
oven temperature control to 400° F.
Time for at ieast 4 hours. Repeated
cycles may be necessary before
improvement in appearance is apparent, particularly on oven door.
For moderate to heavy soiling of
oven door, use method described
in item (6) below before running
400° F. cycle. The oven timer can
be used to control the cycle automatically at a time convenient for
you. Some slight smoking may
occur, similar to that which may
occur during Time Bake cooking.
REMEMBER: DURING THE OPERATION OF THE OVEN, THE DOOR,
WINDOW AND OTHER RANGE
SURFACES
WILL GET HOT
ENOUGH TO CAUSE BURNS. DO
NOT TOUCH. LET THE RANGE
COOL BEFORE REPLACING
OVEN SHELVES IF THEY WERE
REMOVED
6. If a spillover or heavy soiling
occurs on the porous surface, as
soon as the oven has cooled, remove as much of the soil as possible using a small amount of
water and a stiff bristle nylon
brush. W/hen using water, use it
sparingly and change it frequently,
keeping it as clean as possible,
and be sure to blot it up with paper
towels, cloths, or sponges. Do not
rub or scrub with paper towels,
cloths or sponges, since these will
leave unsightly lint on the oven
finish. If water leaves a white ring
on the finish as it dries, apply
water again and b/et itwith a clean
sponge, starting at the edge of the
ring and working toward the center.
Use care in placing and removing
dishes and food to avoid scratching,
rubbing or otherwise damaging
the porous finish on the oven walls
and door.
Do not use soap, detergent, commercial oven cleaner, silicone oven
sprays, coarse steel pads or coarse
brushes on the porous surface.
These products will spot, clog, and
mar the porous surface and reduce
its ability to work.
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Mltaw!wids
m Uma
G$mam!
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Do not clean the bake unit or broil unit. Any soil will burn off
when the unit is heated. NOTE: In the right oven, the bake unit is
hinged and can be lifted gently to clean the oven floor. If spiliover,
residue, or ash accumulates around the bake unit, gently wipe
around the unit with warm water.
CatritrolKnobs:Range TOP
aim!Owen
outside
Glass
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fm’edmms
e Soap and Water
. Soap-Filled Scouring Pad
e plastic Scouring Pad
Drain fat, cool pan and rack slightly. (Do not let soiled pan and
rack stand in cwen to cool). Sprinkle on detergent. Fill the pan
with warm water and spread cloth or paper towel over the rack.
Let pan and rack stand for a few minutes. Wash; scour if necessary. Rinse and dry. OPTION: The broiler pan and rack may also
be c{eaned in a dishwasher.
@Mild Soap and Water
Pull off knobs. Wash gently but do not soak, Dry and return controls to range making sure to match flat area cm the knob and
shaft.
o Soap and Water
Wash all glass with cloth dampened in soapy water. Rinse and
polish with a dry cloth. If knobs are removed, do net let water run
down inside surface of glass.
Wash, rinse then polish with dry cloth. DO NOT USE steel wool,
abrasives, ammonia, acids or commercial oven cleaners which
may damage finish.
Avoid cleaning powders or harsh abrasives which may scratch the
enamel.
if acids should spill on the range while it is hot, use a dry paper
towel or cloth to wipe up right away. When the surface has
cooled, wash and rinse.
For other spills, such as fat smatterings, etc., wash with soap and
water when cooled and then rinse. Polish with a dry cloth.
Use a mild solution of soap and water. Do not use any harsh
abrasives or cleaning powders which may scratch or mar
surface.
Finish
Metal, including Brushed
Chrome and Cooktop
e Soap and Water
Porcelain Enamel*
a Paper Towel
e Dry Cloth
e Soap and Water
Painted Surfaces
●
—
—
!?lsick? oven DOW*
Soap and Water
—
o Soap and Water
To clean oven dbor: remove by opening to BROIL position and
grasping door at sides. Lift door up and away from hinges. Clean
with soap and water. Replace by grasping door at sides and lining
up door with hinges. Push door firmly into place.
a Soap and Water
Cool before cleaning. Frequent wiping with mild soap and water
will prolong the time between major cleanings. Be sure to rinse
thoroughly.
o Soap and Water
o Stiff-Bristled Brush
o Soap-Filled Scouring Pad
(Non Metallic)
Clean as described below or in the dishwasher,
Wipe all rings after each cooking so unnoticed spatter will not
“burn on” next time you cook, To remove “burned-on” spatters
use any or all cleaning materials mentioned. Rub /ighf/y with
scouring pad to prevent scratching of the surface.
o Soap and Water
Your shelves can be cleaned by hand using any and all mentioned
materials, Rinse thoroughly to remove all materials after cleaning.
(Right oven on!y)
-“
Oren
Liner
chrome “Mm Fling
m-ridReflector Pm
Spatters and spills burn away when the coils are heated. At the
end of a meal,. remove all utensils from the surface unit and heat
the soiled units at HI, Let the soil burn off abdut a minute and
switch the units to OFF. Avoid getting cleaning materials on the
coils. Wipe off any cleaning materials with a damp paper towel
before heating the surface unit. DO NOT handlethe unit before
completelycooled.
●
For cleaning, remove drawer by pulling it all the way open, tilt up
the front and lift out, Wipe with damp cloth or sponge and
replace. Never use harsh abrasives or scouring pads.
Soap and Water
“Soillaae of marinades, fruit juices, and basting materials containing acids may cause discoloration. Spillovers should
b& wi~ed up immediately, w“ith care being tak~n to not touch any hot portion of the oven, When the surface is cool,
clean and rinse.
—
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21
—
ally cook evenly, Giass saucepans should be used
with the heat-spreading trivets available for that
purpose.
2. To conserve the most cooking
energy, pans
should be flat cm the bottom, have straight sides
and tight fitting lids. Match the size of the saucepan
to the size of the surface unit. A pan that extends
more than one inch beyond the edge of the trim ring
traps heat which causes “crazing” (fine hairline
1. Use medium or heavy-weight cooking containers. Aluminum containers generally conduct
heat faster than other metals. Cast iron and coated
cast iron containers are slow to absorb heat, but
generally cook evenly at LOW or MEDIUM settings.
Steel pans may cook unevenly if not combined with
other metals. Use non-stick coated or coated metal
containers. Flat ground pyroceram saucepans or
skillets coated on the bottom with aluminum gener-
Setting to Complete
Cooking
coKrwrmntlt
Food
Container
cereal
Cornmeal, grits.
oatmeal
Covered
Saucepan
H1. In covered pan bring
water to boil before adding
cereal.
LOW or WM, then add
cereal. Fin ish timing
according to package
directions.
Cereals bubble and expand as
they cook; use large enough
saucepan to prevent boilover.
Uncovered
Saucepan
Hi. Stir together water or
milk, cocoa ingredients.
Bring just to a boil.
MED, to cook 1 or 2 min.
to completely blend
ingredients.
Milk boils over rapidly, Watch
as boiling point approaches.
Percolator
Hi. At first perk, switch
heat to LOW.
LOW to maintain gentle
but steady perk.
Percolate 8 to 10 min. for 8
cups, less for fewer cups.
Covered
Saucepan
H1. Cover eggs with cool
water. Cover pan, cook
until steaming.
MED H1. Melt butter, add
eggs and cover skillet.
LOW. Cook only 3 to 4
min. for soft cooked; 15
min. for hard cooked.
Continue cooking at MED
HI until whites are just set,
about 2 to 4 min.
LOW, then add eggs.
When bottoms of eggs
have just set, carefully
turn over to cook other
side.
LOW. Carefully add eggs.
Cook uncovered about 5
min. at MED HI,
MED. Add egg mixture.
Cook, stirring to desired
doneness.
coffee
Eggs
Cooked in shell
Fried sunny-stale-up
Covered
Skillet
Fried over easy
Uncovered
Skillet
H1. Melt butter.
Poached
Covered
Skillet
Ht. In covered pan bring
water to a boil.
Scrambled or omelets
Uncovered
Skillet
Hi. Heat butter until light
golden in color.
Fruits
Covered
Saucepan
H1. In covered pan bring
fruit and water to boil,
R?Ifmts,
Poad!try
Braised Pot roasts of
beef. iamb or veal;
pork steaks and
chaps
Covered
Skillet
Pan-fried Tender
chops, thin steaks up
to 3/.-in , minute
steaks, hamburgers,
franks. and sausage
thin fish fillets
Uncovered
SkIllet
——
If you do not cover skillet,
baste eggs with fat to cook
tops evenly.
Remove cooked eggs with
s!otted spoon or pancake
turner,
Eggs continue to set slightly
after cooking. For omelet do
not stir last few minutes,
When set fold in half.
LOW. Stir occasionally
and check for sticking.
Fresh fruit: Use % to % cup
water per pound of fruit,
Dried fruit: Use water as
package directs. Time
depends on whether fruit has
been presoaked. If not, allow
more cooking time,
H1. Melt fat then add meat.
Switch to MED HI to
brown meat. Add water or
other Iiquld.
LOW. Simmer until fork
tender.
Hi Preheat skillet, then
greas6 !fgrt; !v,
MEDHI or MED.Brown
and cook to desired
doneness,turning overas
needed.
Meat can be seasoned and
floured before it is browned, if
desired.
Liquid variations for flavor
could be wine, fruit or tomato
juice or meat broth.
Timing: Steaks 1 to 2-in,: 1 to
2 hrs. Beef Stew: 2 to 3 hrs.
Pot roast: 2Vzto 4 hrs.
Pan frying is best for thin
steaks and chops. If rare IS
desired, preheat skillet before
adding meat.
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22
cracks) on the porcelain and discoloration ranging
from blue to dark gray on the trim rings.
3. Deep Fat Frying. Do not overfill
~ettle with fat
that may spill over when adding food. Frosty foods
bubbie vigorously. Watch foods frying at HIGH
temperatures and keep range and hood clean from
accumulated grease.
6mta–
Food
Container
Oh=ections and $et$infj
to start cooking
Fried Chicken
Covered
Skillet
Hi. Melt fat. Switch to MED
HI to brown chicken.
LOW. Cover skillet and
cook until tender.
Uncover last few minutes.
Pan broi!ed bacon
Uncovered
Skillet
MED Ht. Cook, turning
over as needed.
Sauteed: Less tender
thin steaks (chuck,
round, etc.); liver;
thick or whole fish
Simmered or stewed
meat; chicken; corned
beef; smoked pork;
stewing beef; tongue;
etc.
Covered
Skillet
H1. In cold skillet arrange
bacon slices. Cook just
until starting to sizzle.
H1. Melt fat. Switch to MER
to brown slowly.
For crisp dry chicken, cover
only after switching to LOW
for 10 rein, Uncover and cook
turning occasionally 10 to 20
mln,
A more at’[entlon-free method
ISto start and cook at MED.
LOW, Cover and cook
until tender.
Meat may be breaded or marinated In sauce before frying.
Covered
Dutch Oven,
Kettle or
Large
Saucepan
H1.Cover meat with water
and cover pan or kettle.
Cook until steaming.
LOW. Cook until fork
tender. (Water should
slowly boil). For very large
loads medium heat may
be needed.
Add salt or other seasoning
before cooking If meat has not
been smoked or otherwise
cured.
Melting chocolate,
butter,
marstwnsdlows
Small
Covered
saucepan.
Use small
surface unit
LOWor WM Allow 10 to
15 min. to melt through.
Stir to smooth.
Pancakes or
French toast
Sk#ilet or
Griddle
MED Hi. Heat skillet 8 to
10 min. Grease lightly.
Cook 2 to 3 mini per side.
Thick batter takes slightly
longer time. Turn over pan-”
cakes when bubbles rise to
surface.
Covered
Large Kettle
or Pot
H1. In covered kettle, bring
salted water to a boil,
uncover and add pasta
slowly so boiling does not
stop.
Use large enough kettle to
prevent bollover. Pasta doubles In size when cooked
Pressure
Cooker or
Canner
Hi. Heat until first jiggle IS
heard,
Puddings, Sauces,
Candies, Frostings
Uncovered
Saucepan
Hi. Bring just to boll.
MED H1.Cook uncovered
until tender. For large
amounts HI may be
needed to keep water at
rolling boil throughout
entire cooking time,
——
MED HI for foods cooking
10 min. or less, MED for
foods over 10 mtn.
..—
—...
LOW. To finish cooking.
Vegetdmw
Covered
Saucepan
H1. Measure % to 1-in.
water In saucepan. Add
salt and prepared vegetable. In covered saucepan
bring to boil.
H1. Measure water and salt
as above. Add frozen block
of vegetable. In covered
saucepan bring to boll.
HI. In skillet melt fat.
MED. Cook 1-lb, 10 to 30
more min., depending on
tenderness of vegetable.
Uncovered pal? requires more
water and longer time.
LOW, Cook according to
tlrne on package.
Break up or stir as neede’5
while cooking.
MED. Add vegetable
Cook until desired tenderness ts reached.
.——
WM Cover and cook
according to tlrne
Turn ove~ or stir vegetable as
necessary for even browning
Paf$m
Noodles or spaghetti
Pressure
Cooking
Fresh
Frozen
Covered
Saucepan
Sauteed. On Ions;
green peppers, mushrooms, celery: etc
Uncovered
Skillet
!Ric@ and Grits
——- ———.
.—
Covered
Saucepan
Cmmmmlus
When melting marshmallows,
add m[lk or water.
—
.——..—
HI Bring salted water to a
boll.
.—
23
Cooker should jiggle 2 to 3
times per minute.
Stir frequently to prevent
stlcklng.
————..
Triples in volume after
cooking. Time at WM Rice 1
cup rice and 2 cups water--25
reins Grits 1 cup grits and 4
cups water —40 mln
I
.
oven
(Shelf iPcxiMcms:
II = bomm’y2,3, and 4 = top)
oven heat 25° if lighter crusts are desired. Preheat cast iron for
baking some foods for rapid browning when food is added.
3, Preheating the oven is not always necessary, especially for
foods which cook longer than 30 or 40 minutes. For food with
short cooking times, preheating gives best appearance and
crispness.
4. Open the oven door to check food as little as possible to
prevent uneven heating and to save energy.
4. Aluminum pans generally conduct heat quickly, For most
conventional baking light shiny finishes generally give best
results because they help prevent overbrowning in the time it
takes for heat to cook the center areas. Dull (satin-finish) bottom
surfaces of pans are recommended for cake pans and pie plates
to help those areasbrown completely.
2. Dark or non-shiny finishes, also glass and pyroceram, generally absorb heat which may result in dry, crisp crusts. Reduce
Food
Container
Shelf
Posniml
oven
Owen
romp.
mead
Biscuits {%-in. thick)
Shiny Cookie Sheet
2,3
Yes
400°-4750 15-20
Shiny Metal Pan with
Satin-finish bottom
Cast Iron or Glass
2, 1
Yes
350°-4000 20-30
2
Yes
400°-4500 20-40
2
Yes
350°
Muffins
Popovers
Shiny Metal Pan with
Satin-finish bottom
Shiny Metal Muffin Pans
Deep Glass or Cast Iron Cups
1,2
2
Yes
Yes
400°-4250 20-30
45-60
375”
Quick Loaf Bread
Yeast bread (2 loaves)
Metal or Glass Loaf Pans
Metal or Glass Loaf Pans
2
1,2
Yes
Yes
350°-3750 45-60
375°-4250 45-60
Plain rolls
Sweet rolls
Shiny Oblong or Muffin Pans
Shiny Oblong or,Muffin Pans
1,2
2, 1
Yes
Yes
375°-4250 10-2!5
350°-3750 20-30
Cakes
(without shortening)
Angel food
Jelly roll
S~onQe
Aluminum Tube Pan
Metal Jelly Roll Pan
Metal or Ceramic Pan
1
2
1
Yes
YES
325°-3750
375°-4000
325°-3500
25-50
10-15
45-60
Cakes
Bundt cakes
Cupcakes
Metal or Ceramic Pan
Shiny Metal Muffin Pans
1,2
2
Yes
Yes
325°-3500
350°-3750
45-65
20-25
1,2
Yes
275°-3000
2-4 hrs,
2
Yes
350°-3750
20-35
2
Yes
350°-3750
25-30
2
Yes
350°
35-60
325°-3500
25-35
Coffee cake
Corn bread or ,muffins
Gingerbread
Fruit cakes
Preheai
Yes
‘rimeJ
Min.
Loaf
Cookies
Brownies
Drop
Metaf or Glass Pans
Cookie Sheet
2,3
2,3
Yes
Yes
350°-4000 10-20
Refrigerator
Rolled or sliced
Cookie Sheet
Cookie Sheet
2,3
2,3
Yes
Yes
400°-4250 6-12
375°-4000 7-12
1, 2, 3
2
Yes
Yes
350°-4000 30-60
304)”
-350” 30-60
Puddings, Rice and
Custard
Nass or Metal
31assCustard Cups or
Oasserole(set in pan of
lot water)
~lass Custard Cups or
2asserole
2
Yes
325°
50-90
Pies
Frozen
coil Pan on Cookie Sheet
1
Yes
400”-425°
45-70
Meringue
Spreadto crust edges
2, 1
Yes
325°-3500
15-25
One crust
Two crust
Pastry Shell
~lass or Satin-finish Metal
~lass or Satin-finish Metal
31assor Satin-finish Metal
1,2
2
2
——
Yes
Yes
Yes
400°-425”
400°-4250
450°
40
40-60
12-’15
Baked potatoes
.%alloped dishes
Souffles
;et on Oven Shelf
;Iass or Metal
;Iass
1,2,3
1,2, 3
2
No
No
No
325°-4000
325°-3750
300°-3500
60-90
30-60
30-75
Layer, Chocolate
Fruits,
Other ~@H343~tS
Baked apples
Custard
24
—
cwlmlerfi~s
Canned refrigerated biscuits take
2-4 min. less time.
Preheat cas’~iron pan for crisp
crust.
45-55
Metal or Glass Loaf or
Tube Pan
Shiny Metal Pan with
Satin-finish bottom
Shiny Metal Pan with
Satin-finish bottom
Metal or Glass Loaf Pans
Layer
—
Decreaseabout 5 min. for muffin
mix. or bake at 450° for 25 min.,
then at 350° for 10-15 min.
Dark metal or glass give deepest
browning.
For thin rolls, Shelf 2 may be used.
For thin rolls, Shelf 2 may be used.
Two piece pan is convenient,
Line pan with waxed paper.
~
Paper liners produce more moist
crusts.
Use 300° and Shelf 2 for small or
individual cakes.
Bar cookies from mix use same
time. UseShelf 3 and increase
temp. 25-50° for more browning.
Reduce temp. to 300° for large custard. Cook bread or rice pudding
with custard base 80 to 90 minutes.
Large pies use 400° and increase
time.
To quickly brown meringue use
400° for 8-10 min.
Custard fillings require lower
tempo,ionger time.
Increase time for large amount or
size.
~
~
—
—
4. Position oven shelf at 2 for small-size roasts {3 to 7 Ibs.) and
al 1 for larger roasts in right oven. In left oven, position oven
shelf at 2.
2. Place meat fat side up or poultry breast-side up on broiler
an or other shallow pan with trivet. Do not cover. Do not stuff
poultry until just before roasting. Use meat thermometer, for
more accurate doneness. (Do not dace thermometer in
stuffing.)
3, Remove fat and drippings as necessary. Baste as desired.
4. S$taiwf!in$ Wne recommended for roasts is 10 to 20 min. to
allow roast to firm up and make it easier to carve, It will rise
about 5° to 10° internal temperature; to compensate for temperature rise, if desired, remove roast from oven at 5“ to 10° less
than temperature on chart.
& Frozen masgs can be conventionally roasted by adding 10
to 25 min. oer Dound more time than given in chart for refrigerated. (10 min.”per lb. for roasts und;r 5-lbs. ) Defrost po~ltry
before roasting,
oven
Prdleat
Owen
Y’e?wp.
Doneness
Meat
Tender cuts: rib, high quality
sirloin tip, rump or top round’
No
325°
Lamb Leg or bone-in shoulder*
No
325°
Veal shoulder, leg or loin*
Pork ioin, rib or shoulder*
Ham, pre-cooked
No
No
No
325°
325°
325°
Rare:
Medium:
Well Done:
Rare:
Medium:
Well Done:
Well Done:
Well Done:
To Warm:
Type
ApproxhmtMeRoasting
Time,
in MitwW9sper Pound
to
325°
Well Done:
No
Ham, raw
‘For boneless rolled roasts over 6-in. thick, add 5 to 10 min. per lb. to times given above
—
—
to
6
S“lbs.
3
5“MM$.
18-22
24-30
22-25
30-35
28-33
35-45
20-23
21-25
24-28
25-30
28-33
30-35
30-40
35-45
35-45
30-40
10 reins. per lb. (any weight)
IIJnderf O Ibs.
10 to 45 Ibs.
17-20
20-30
3 ao 5“lbs.
Over 5 fibs.
Chicken or Duck
Chicken pieces
No
No
325°
375°
Well Done:
Well Done:
35-40
35-40
30-35
Turkey
No
325°
Well Done:
10 tO 145Ibs.
20-25
over Ii5 lim.
15-20
?%m91tiry
IhmMrBdl
Temp. ‘F
130°-1400
150°-1600
170°-1850
130°-1400
150°-1600
170°-1850
170°-1800
170°-1800
125°-1300
f60°
185°-1900
185°-1900
Bnthigh:
185°-1900
oven
rim=
Type
Oven
Temp.
Doneness
Approximate Roasting Time,
in Minaatesper Pound
h’m?mnd
Temp. ” F
3 to 4-lbso
24-30
30-35
35-45
35-45
15-20
130°-1400
150°-1600
170°-1850
170”-180°
125°-1300
Meat
Tender cuts: rib, high quality
sirloin tip, rump or top round*
325°
Pork loin, rib or shoulder*
Ham, pre-cooked
325°
325°
Rare:
Medium:
Well Done:
Well Done:
To Warm:
Poultry
Chicken
Chicken pieces
350°
375”
Well Done:
Well Done:
Comish Hens
350°
Well Done:
-+ii=”
3 toWfbss
35-40
35-40
185°-1900
185”-190°
1 to 1?42 Ibs,
ly~ hrs., approx. total time
185°-1900
msmu
+
F.49
Chart
oven
(shelf Positions:1 = Itxmom;2,3, and 4 = top)
~. Aiways use broiier pan and rack that comes with your oven, it
is designed to minimize smoking and spattering by trapping
juices in the shielded lower part of the pan,
%2.Oven door shouid be ajar for most foods; there is a speciai
position on door which ho!ds door open correctiy.
3. For steaks and chops, siash fat eveniy around outside edges
of meat. To siash, cut crosswise through outer fat surface just to
the edge of the meat. Use tongs to turn meat over to prevent
piercing meat and !osingjuices.
Food
Qutm~ity
alnd/’6w
Thickness
%-ib. (about 8
thin siices
G6’cbMrud
Beef,
Weii done
I-ib, (4 patties)
% to 3/~-in.thick
4. if desired, marinate meats or chicken before broiling. Or,
brush with barbeq,ue sauce iast 5 to 10 minutes only.
% When arranging food on pan, do not iet fatty edges hang over
sides, which couid soii oven with dripping fat.
& Broiier does not need to be preheated. However, for very thin
foods or to increase browning, preheat if desired.
7’. IFrtwen Steahs can be conventionally broiied by positionina the oven sheif at next iowest sheif ~osition and increasirm
co-eking time given in this chart 11/2times per side.
First Side
Time, !Min,
3
3%
Second Side
Time, Min.
3%
Comments
Arrange in singie iayer.
—.
Space eveniy.
Up to 8 patties take about same
time.
3
7
4-5
3
3
3
3
3
3
7
9
13
10
15
25
7
9
13
7-8
14-16
20-25
Steaks iess than l-in. cook through
before browning. Pan frying is
recoin mended.
Siash fat.
1 whole
(2 to 2Vz-ibs.),
spiit lengthwise
1
35
10-15
Reduce times about 5-10 min. per
side for cut-up chicken. Brush each
side with melted butter, Broii with
skin side down first and broil with
door ciosed.
2-4 siices
1 pkg. (2)
2-split
3
1‘/2-2
3
3-4
Lobster tails
(6 to 8-oz. each)
2-4
2
13-16
(Do not
turn
over)
Fish
l-ib, fiiiets %to
‘/z-in, thick
3
5
5
Ham dices
(precooked)
l-in. thick
2
8
8
2 (i/zInch)
2 (l~ln. thick)
about 1 ib.
3
2
13
2 (1 inch)
about 10-12 oz
2 (1% inch)
about 1 lb.
.—
l-lb pkg (10)
3
3
3
2
8
10
10
17
4-6
12-14
3
6
1-2
mid Stedis
Rare
Medium
We\i Done
Rare
Medium
Weii Done
Chicken
fhiawy Products
Bread (Toast) or
Toaster Pastries
English Muffins
1 inch thick
(1-1 ‘/2 ibs. )
1%-in. thick
(2-2’/2ibs.)
Pork chops
Well Done
?s&m’3b
chogM$
Medium
Well Done
Med~um
Well Done
and slmiiar
precooked sausages
bratwurst
——..————.——
—..———
10
Space eveniy. Place Engiish muffins
cut-side-up and brush with butter, if
desired.
—
Cut through back of sheii. Spread
open. Brush with meited butter
before and after half time,
Handie and turn very carefuiiy.
Brush with iemon butter before and
during cooking if desired. Preheat
broiier to. increase browning.
-——
increase times 5-10 min. per side
for 1%-in. thick or home cured.
10
13
Siash fat.
4-7
Siash fat,
10
if desired, spiit sausages in haif
lengthwise into 5 to 6-in. pieces.
B
r
(Lef#)CM?ni
—
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Chart
companion
1. Always use broiler pan and rack that comes with your oven. It
is designed to minimize smoking and spattering by trapping
juices in the shielded lower part of the pan.
2L Oven door should be ajar for most foods.
3. For steaks and chops, slash fat evenly around outside edges
of meat. To slash, cut crosswise through outer fat surface just to
the edge of the meat. Use tongs to turn meat over to prevent
piercing meat and loosing juices.
Food
GrutJnd Beef,
Well done
Med
Med Rare
dautmity
and/tw
‘rB3ickne!ss
4. If desired, marinate meats or chicken before broiling. Or,
brush with barbeque sauce last 5 to 10 minutes only,
$5.When arranging food on pan, do not overcrowd pan or let
fatty edges hang over sides, which could soil oven with dripping
fat.
t!l. Preheat unit 10 minutes before starting any broiling in the
companion (left) oven.
Shdf
Posnkm
First Side
Time9MirB.
secondside
Time9Min.
4
4
4
9
8
5-6
8-9
6-8
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recommended.
Slash fat.
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about 1 lb.
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lengthwise into 5 to 6-in. pieces.
1-lb. (4 patties)
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Medium
Well Done
Rare
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Well Done
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HOWEVER, DO NOT USE LARGE
DIAMETER CANNERS OR OTHER
LARGE DIAMETER UTENSILS
FOR FRYING OR BOILING FOODS
OTHER THAN WATER. Most syrup
or sauce mixtures—and all types
of frying—cook at temperatures
much higher than boiling water.
Such temperatures could eventually harm cooktop surfaces surrounding heating units.
1.Bring
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2. Be sure canner fits over center
of surface unit. If your model surface section does not allow canner
to be centered on surface unit, use
smaller-diameter
containers for
good canning results.
3. Flat-bottomed canners give best
canning results. Be sure bottom of
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Department of Agriculture Extension Service.
5. Remember, in following the
recipes, canning is a process that
generates large amounts of steam.
Be careful while canning to prevent burns from steam or heat.
NOTE: If your surface section is
being operated on low power (voRage), canning may take longer
than expected, even though directions have been carefully followed.
The process may be improved by:
[1] using a pressure canner, and
(2) for fastest heating of large
water quantities, begin with HOT
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