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American
Part No. 106552
Rev. C
and ER36GZ
Made*Family
Owned
To Our Valued Customer:
Congratulations
performance
on your purchase of the very latest in Dacor _ products! Our unique combination of features, style and
make us The Life of the Kitchen ", and a great addition to your home.
In order to familiarize yourself with the controls, functions, and full potential of your new Distinctive Appliance, we
suggest that you thoroughly read this use and care manual, beginning with the Important
section.
All Dacor appliances are designed and manufactured
Safety Instructions
with quality and pride, while working within the framework of our
company value. Should you ever experience a problem with your product, please first check the Before You Call for
Service section of this manual for guidance. It provides useful suggestions and remedies prior to calling for service.
Valuable customer input helps us to continuously improve our products and services, so please feel free to contact
our Customer Service Team for assistance with any of your product support needs.
Dacor Customer Service Team
600 Anton Blvd. Suite 1000
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Telephone:
(800) 793-0093
Fax:
(626) 403-3130
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday
6:00 A.Mto 5:00 P.M.Pacific Time
Web Site:
www.Dacor.com
Thank you for choosing Dacor for your home. We are a company built by families for families and we are dedicated
to serving yours. We are confident that your new Dacor product wil! deliver a high level of performance and
enjoyment for many years to come.
Sincerely,
The Dacor Customer Service Team
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Dacor, all rights
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Important
Installer:
Leave this manual
Safety Instructions
with the appliance.
Consumer:
Read this use and care manual completely before using this appliance.
Save it for future
reference. It contains important
use and care information. Keep your sales receipt or canceled check
in a safe place. Proof of original purchase date is
required for warranty service.
For service
page 20.
and warranty
If you have any questions,
questions,
call:
Dacor Customer
information,
other
see
than warranty
Important Information About
Safety Instructions
The Important
Safety Instructions
and warnings in this manual are not meant to cover all possible problems and situations
that can occur. Use
common sense and caution when installing, maintaining or operating this or any other appliance.
Always contact the Dacor Customer Service Team
about problems or situations
that you do not understand.
Service
(800) 793-0093
(U.S.A. and Canada)
Monday -- Friday 6:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Pacific Time
Have the model and serial number ready when you
call. See page 5 for serial number location. Write
the serial number and purchase date below for reference.
Safety Symbols and Labels
Immediate hazards that WILL result in severe personal
injury or death.
Model number
Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in severe
personal injury or death.
Serial number
Date of purchase
Since we continually
improve the quality and performance of our products, we may make changes to
the appliance without updating this manual.
Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in minor
personal injury or property damage.
IMPORTANT: If you smell gas:
• Do not use or light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch or use any electrical devices including the telephone in your building.
• From a neighbor's phone, immediately call the gas supplier. Follow the gas supplier's instructions.
• If you cannot contact the gas supplier, call the fire department.
• Do not return to the building until instructed to do so by the gas supplier or the fire department.
IMPORTANT: To avoid the possibility of explosion or fire, do not store or use combustible, flammable or explosive
vapors and liquids (such as gasoline) inside or in the vicinity of this or any other appliance. Also keep items that could
explode, such as aerosol cans away from the range. Do not store flammable or explosive materials in adjacent cabinets
or areas.
NEVER use this appliance as a space heater to heat or
warm the room. Doing so may result in carbon monoxide
poisoning and overheating of the appliance.
NEVER block or cover any slots, holes or passages
anywhere inside the oven or on the outside of the range.
Doing so blocks airflow through the oven and cooktop
and may cause carbon monoxide poisoning or fire. Keep
all slots clear of grease and grime.
READ
AND
SAVE
The burning of gas cooking fuel generates some
by-products that are on the list of substances which
are known by the State of California to cause cancer or
reproductive harm. California law requires businesses
to warn customers of potential exposure to such
substances. To minimize exposure to these substances,
always operate this unit according to the use and care
manual, ensuring you provide good ventilation when
cooking with gas.
THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
General Safety Precautions
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock,
3recautions,
including the following:
serious
injury
• If you receive a damaged producL immediately contact
your dealer or builder. Do not install or use a damaged
appliance.
• Make sure that the range has been properly installed
by a qualified installer according to the accompanying
installation instructions. Have the installer show you
the location of the gas shut off valve and the electrical
outlet so that you know where and how to turn off the
gas supply and disconnect power to the range.
or death
when
using your
range,
follow
basic safety
• Do not hang flammable or heat sensitive objects over
the range.
• Do not cover the burners and grates with anything
except properly selected utensils. Decorative covers
may cause a fire hazard or damage to the cooktop if a
burner is accidentally turned on with the cover in place.
• Do not heat unopened food containers such as baby
food jars and cans. Pressure build up may cause the
container to burst and cause injury.
• Do not install, repair or replace any part of the range
unless specifically recommended in the literature
accompanying it. A qualified service technician should
perform all other service.
• Keep flammable items, such as paper, cardboard
plastic and cloth away from the burners and other
hot surfaces. Do not allow pot holders to touch hot
surfaces or gas burners.
• Before performing any type of service, make sure that
the gas supply is off and the power cord to the range
is disconnected.
• Do not wear loose or hanging apparel while using
the range. Do not allow clothing to come into contact
with the range and surrounding areas during and
immediately after use.
• Only use this range for cooking tasks expected of a
home appliance as outlined in this manual. This range
is not intended for commercial use. This appliance is
certified only for indoor use.
• DO NOT TOUCH THE SURFACES OF THE RANGE
DURING OR IMMEDIATELYAFTER
USE. After use,
make sure these surfaces have had sufficient time to
cool before touching them.
• In the interest of safety, keep the oven 0oor shut
unless inserting or removing food from the oven or
when cleaning it.
• Do not operate the range without the backguard
attached. A fire hazard may result.
• Make sure individuals who use the range are able to
operate it properly.
• Never allow anyone, including children to sit, stand or
climb on any part of the range. Doing so may cause
damage, serious injury or death. Do not leave children
alone or unattended in the area around the range. Do
not allow children to play with the controls, pull on the
handle or touch other parts of the range.
• Do not store items of interest to children on top of or
above the range. Children could be burned or injured
while climbing on the appliance.
• Do not attempt to use this appliance in the event of a
power failure. If a power failure occurs while operating
the cooktop, turn all control knobs to the OFF position.
• Do not tamper with the controls. Do not adjust or alter
any part of the range unless specifically instructed to
do so in these instructions.
• Do not use towels or bulky cloth as pot holders.
• Use only dry pot holders when removing food and
cookware from the cooktop or oven. Wet pot holders
can cause steam burns.
• If the range is near a window, do not use long curtains
as window treatment. The curtains could blow over the
cooktop and create a fire hazard.
• To avoid the possibility of fire, do not leave the range
unattended when in use.
• Clean the range thoroughly before operating it for the
first time.
• Clean and maintain the range regularly as instructed in
the Care and Cleaning section of this manual. Keep
the entire range, ventilation filters and range hoods
free of grease that could catch fire.
• Use cookware only for its intended purpose. Check
the manufacture's recommendations before use to
determine if a utensil is suitable for use with a range.
Certain types of glass, ceramic and earthenware
are not suitable for use with a range. Personal injury
or damage may result from the improper use of
cookware.
• Select cookware carefully. Use utensils of the proper
size, material and construction for the particular type
of cooking being done. Utensils need to be large
enough to contain the desired quantity of food without
boil-overs or spill-overs. Choose pans with easy to
hold handles that will stay cool while cooking. Do not
use utensils with loose handles. Avoid using pans that
are too heavy to lift safely.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY TO PERSONS IN
THE EVENT OF A RANGE TOP GREASE FIRE:
• Use extreme caution if adding water to food on a hot
cooktop or oven. The steam can cause serious burns
or scalds.
a. SMOTHER FLAMES with a close-fitting lid, cookie
sheet or metal tray, then turn off the burner. BE
CAREFUL TO PREVENT BURNS. If the flames do not
• Do not allow pot or pans to boil dry.
• Make sure that all the cooktop parts are dry before
lighting a burner.
go out immediately, EVACUATE AND CALL THE FIRE
DEPARTMENT.
• Turn the knobs to the OFF position prior to removing
them from the valve stems.
b. NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN - you may be
burned.
• Do not use the oven for storage.
c. DO NOT USE WATER, including wet dish cloths or
towels - a violent steam explosion may result.
• Exercise caution when opening the oven door. Let hot
air or steam escape before looking or reaching into the
oven.
d. Use a fire extinguisher ONLY if:
• The cooktop should never be operated without the
knobs or trim rings in place.
0 You have a Class ABC extinguisher, and you
already know how to operate it.
• For your safety, do not use the oven to cook without
the convection filter(s) installed. When the filter is not
installed, the spinning fan blades at the back of the
oven are exposed.
0 The fire is small and contained in the area where it
started.
0 The fire department is being called.
You can fight the fire with your back to an exit.
• Do not allow food to sit in the oven for more than one
hour before or after cooking. Eating spoiled food can
result in food poisoning.
Non-stick coatings, when heated, can be harmful to
birds. Remove birds to a separate, well-ventilated
room during cooking.
• When deep fat frying:
0 Be certain that the pan is large enough to contain
the desired volume of food without overflow caused
by the bubbling of the fat. Never leave a deep fat
fryer unattended.
• Do not allow acids (citrus juices, tomato sauces, etc.)
to remain on the ra nge's surfaces. The porcelain finish
may stain.
0 Avoid frying moist or frost-covered foods. Foods
with high water content may cause spattering or
spilling of the hot fat.
• Never use the cooktop surface as a cutting board.
• Do not expose the knobs or trim rings to direct flame,
hot utensils or other sources of heat.
Heat fat slowly, and stir together any combination
of oils and fats prior to applying heat. Utilize a deep
fat frying thermometer to avoid heating the fat to
temperatures above the flash point.
Always ensure that the light
place when using the oven.
the light bulb from breakage
temperatures or mechanical
• This appliance is equipped with a three-prong
grounding plug for your protection against possible
electric shock hazards. If only a two-prong outlet is
available, it is the customer's responsibility to have
it replaced with a dedicated, grounded three-prong
electrical outlet by a licensed electrician. Do not under
any circumstances:
0 Cut or remove the third (ground) prong from the
power cord.
0 Use an adapter plug.
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0 Use an extension cord.
Use a power cord that
is frayed or damaged.
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Plug the cooktop into
an electrical outlet
with a ground fault
interrupter (GFI).
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fixture lens cover is in
The lens cover protects
caused by high oven
shock.
Parts of the Cooktop
BACKGUARD:
Model ER36G comes standard with a
six inch backguard
installed. Model ER36GI comes
standard with a low profile (1 3/4" inch) backguard.
The backguard
protects the wall from the effects of
heat and splattering
grease. Optional kits are available to change the size of the backguard for both
models. See the Accessories
section.
SPILL TRAY: The spill tray catches
falls through the cooktop grates.
any food that
GRATES: The porcelain coated cast iron grates support the cooking utensils during cooking. They are
removable to allow the area below and around the
burners to be cleaned easily.
Grate
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Spill tray
Backguard
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Burner
Trim ring \
control
knob
BURNERS:
See below for the size and location of
the different burners. The range generates
a spark
to light the burner when you turn the knob to the
HIGH position.
BURNER CONTROL
KNOBS: Use the knobs to turn
on the burners and adjust the flame size. The corresponding Illurnina
knob illuminates when a burner
is on. The center knob operates the oven.
TM
TRIH RINGS:
Located behind each knob, they prevent liquids from getting into the internal parts.
Model ER36G
Shown
Model ER36G (freestanding
model) is equipped with
full size stainless steel side panels. Model ER36GI
is equipped with three inch deep side panels and
is designed for installation
in a recessed cabinet or
island.
Burner Locations and Features
A.
1300 to 9500 BTU Standard
B.
1700 to 15000 BTU Standard
C.
800 to 18500
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Burner
BTU Dual Burner
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Burner
Special Cooktop
Features
Perma-FlameTM:
The Perma-Flame
instant re-ignition feature automatically
re-lights a burner quickly
if it goes out. With Perma-Flame,
your cooking
experience
is uninterrupted
because the flame is reignited at the same level as when it went out.
Smart Flame_:
Smart Flame technology
reduces
the temperature
under the fingers of the porcelaincoated cast iron grates. Smart-Flame
extends grate
life and protects the finish.
SimmerSear_":
The dual burner is equipped with
Dacor's exclusive precision burner control system.
allows you to cook with a wide range of heat settings, from simmer to sear.
It
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Parts of the Oven
Oven Control Knob
Oven ON Indicator Light
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Oven light switch
Convection fan
switch
IR broil burner igniter
IR broil burner
Oven light
Rack support
Convection filter
Convection fan
(behind filter)
Temperature probe
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Oven rack
Door gasket
Bake burner
Model and serial
(below floor)
number label (view
through crack
between door and
oven chamber)
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OVEN RACKS: Each oven comes with three
chrome-plated
adjustable
oven racks. An optional
GlideRack
oven rack is also available (see the
Accessories
section).
CERAMIC INFRARED
(IR) BROIL BURNER: The
infrared broil burner is the source of top heat. It is
mounted in the oven ceiling.
TM
CONVECTION
FAN: The convection fan circulates
heated air through the oven chamber during the
convection cooking process. The convection filter
covers it. The CONVECTION
FAN SWITCH,
on the
right side of the control panel, turns the convection
fan on and off.
RACK SUPPORTS:
There are six rack positions
inside the oven chamber. The rack positions are
numbered from the bottom counting
up.
OVEN CONTROL
KNOB: Located in the center. Use
the oven control knob to turn on the oven. One knob
is used to control both the bake and broil burners. It
lights when the oven is on.
CONVECTION
FILTER: The convection
filter covers
the convection fan. It helps prevent the transfer of
taste from one food to another when you are cooking a whole meal with the convection fan in use. It
also keeps the oven cleaner, especially when convection baking or convection broiling. In addition,
it
covers the moving convection fan blades for safety
purposes.
IR BROIL BURNER IGNITER:
The igniter lights
the broil burner when broiling. It normally glows
orange from time to time during broil operation.
OVEN ON INDICATOR
LIGHT: The oven ON
indicator light illuminates when the oven is on. The
light cycles on and off during normal use indicating
that the oven's burner control system is maintaining a constant temperature.
NOTE: When the power
plug is first connected, reconnected
or after a power
outage, this light flashes on and off for about ten
seconds while the range's circuitry starts up. The
range is ready to use when the light stops flashing.
DOOR GASKET: The door gasket prevents
from escaping when the door is closed.
BAKE BURNER:
Located below the floor
oven. It is the source of bottom heat.
TEMPERATURE
PROBE: This probe monitors the
temperature
inside the oven for the oven's burner
control system. To prevent improper operation,
do
not cover it or do anything to damage it.
OVEN LIGHTS: The oven lights are located behind
the oven rack supports. The lights turn on or off
only when you flip the LIGHT SWITCH
on the front
of the control panel. The bulbs are 12 Vac, 20 Watt,
halogen.
heat
of the
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Cooktop Assembly
The burner rings spread the flame evenly around
the burner cap. All burner parts must be properly
seated for proper burner lighting and operation.
To assemble
the burners:
1.
Remove the burner rings,
grates from their shipping
2.
Install the
each piece
make sure
below the
properly.
3.
burner caps and
packages.
burners as shown below. Gently twist
back and forth after installation
to
it is properly seated. A small gap
burner ring is normal when installed
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Gently set each grate on top of the spill tray. Put
the legs of each grate inside the corresponding
dimples.
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Ridge on bottom
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STEP 3: Set inner
dual burner cap on
center of dual burner
base. Line up ridge
on bottom of cap
with pins on center of
burner base.
burner cap
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STEP 2: Install all
standard burner
STEP 2: Set outer
dual burner cap on
dual burner ring. Make
sure it is centered on
Burner ring
caps. Ridge on
bottom of caps
must surround
STEP 1: Install
standard burner
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up indentations on
bottom
of burner
burner base.
Linering
with
pins
onon
topdual
of _
burner
ring
burner base.
Igniter hole
top of ring.
top.
STEP 1: Install dual
Ridge on bottom
of burner cap
Outer burner cap
rings on standard
burner bases. Put
holes on edge of
each ring over
the igniter. Center
tabs on bottom of
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Pin on burner base
Dual Burner Assembly
(left front and right front burners
only)
Burner ring top view
Igniter on burner base
each ring in hole
in center of each
base.
Standard Burner Assembly
(left rear, right rear and both center burners)
Installing the Oven Racks
The rack supports provide
of the oven racks.
six heights
Burning-in the Oven
When the oven comes
certain materials used
are left on the parts of
should be "burned off"
the first time.
for positioning
Three chrome-plated
oven racks are provided.
Always remember
to position the racks prior to
heating the oven.
To
burn off the residues
1.
Birds or other small pets may be sensitive to the
odors during first operation.
Remove them to
another part of the house and close the door.
2.
Open windows and turn on the range hood to
allow the odors and smoke to escape.
3.
Turn the oven to the BROIL setting for 10 minutes. It is normal for odors and smoke to come
out of the vent slot on the backguard during this
process.
4.
After ten minutes, turn the oven control knob
down to 350°1=. Leave the oven at 350°F for 30
minutes.
To install an oven rack:
1.
Insert the end of the rack with the safety
notches into the oven first.
2.
Attach both sides of the rack to the rack supports in the oven as shown in the diagram
below.
3.
Begin to slide the rack in, and then, lift up so
that the safety notches clear the ends of the
rack supports.
4.
Push the rack all the way in with both hands.
To remove
.
.
.
an oven rack:
Grasp it with both hands and pull gently
out toward you until it stops.
straight
To remove the rack completely,
lift the front of
the rack up about six inches and continue to
pull it out. Lifting the rack releases the safety
notches. The safety notches reduce the chances
of a rack coming out of the oven accidentally.
Rack support
Safety notch
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Back of rack
Front of rack
Oven Rack Installation
7
from the factory, residue for
in the manufacturing
process
the oven. These residues
before the oven is used for
in the oven:
After 30 minutes, turn off the oven. Close the
windows and turn off the range hood when the
odors and smoke finish clearing.
Cooktop Operation
• To avoid the chance of fire, explosion or carbon monoxide poisoning, do not attempt to use your range without the
burners completely and properly assembled (see page 6). The burner rings must be properly seated for proper burner
lighting and operation.
• To avoid burns and scalding, always turn pan handles to a position where they cannot be easily hit. Also, handles
should not extend over adjacent burners. Always set utensils gently onto the grates and center them so that they are
well-balanced.
• Do not drag cookware across the grates. Sliding may damage the finish. Lift utensils to reposition them. Do not drop
them on the grate.
• Cookware with rough bottoms can cause permanent damage to the coated surfaces on the grates.
To avoid burns or fire hazard, reduce the flame level
if it extends beyond the bottom of the utensil. A flame
that extends up the sides of the utensil is potentially
dangerous.
v
In the interest of safety, always light the burner before
putting the cooking utensil on the grate. Turn the
burner knob to the OFF position before removing the
utensil. Always check all the burner knobs to make
sure the range is OFF when you are finished cooking.
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• Do no_ turn the knob farther than the HIGH position until lit. Doing so may result in a burst of flame that could cause
burns or damage to the surrounding area.
• Do not touch any part of the burner while the igniter is sparking. An electric shock could result.
• Never light the burners with a match or other open flame.
• If the gas does not ignite after four seconds or if the flame goes out and gas escapes, turn the knob to the OFF
position. Open a window and allow at least five minutes for the gas to dissipate. Repeat the lighting procedure.
Selecting the Cookware
Things to Know Before Using the Cooktop
For overall safety and best performance,
select the
correct cooking utensil for the food being cooked.
Improperly
selected cooking utensils will not cook
evenly or efficiently.
•
A normal flame is steady and blue in color. Foreign material in the gas line, especially in new
construction,
may cause an orange flame during
initial operation.
This color will disappear with
further use. Small yellow tips on the ends of the
flames are normal when using LP gas.
•
See page 4 for the heat ranges
burners.
Use cookware
that:
•
Has flat,
smooth
•
Is well balanced.
•
Has tight fitting
steam in.
bottoms.
lids to keep heat, odors and
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Food cooks just as quickly at a gentle boil as it
does at a vigorous,
rolling boil. Maintaining
a
higher boil than necessary wastes energy and
cooks moisture, food flavor, and nutrients out of
the food.
•
Use a low or medium flame when cooking with
utensils like glass, ceramic or cast iron that are
poor conductors
of heat. Reduce the flame until
it covers about 1/3 of the utensil diameter. Doing
so will ensure even heating and reduce the likelihood of burning or scorching the food.
•
Dacor's SimmerSear
control of the flame
to high heat.
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IMPORTANT:
Avoid spills as much as possible.
The porcelain surfaces of the grates, spill trays and
burner caps are acid-resistant
but not acid-proof.
Some foods can cause permanent
damage if allowed
to remain on porcelain surfaces.
of the different
feature allows you precision
on the dual burner, from low
Lighting a Burner
Each burner control knob has asmall
diagram next to it to tell you which
burner it operates.
1.
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II
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Push in on the knob and turn it counter-clockwise to the HIGH position. The knob will illuminate and the igniter for the burner will spark
repeatedly
until it lights. The spark makes a
"clicking"
sound. The burner should light within
four seconds. The flame should burn evenly
around the perimeter
of the burner, except
underneath
each grate support finger, where the
flame height is reduced by Dacor's Smart Flame
feature.
If the
if the
knob
allow
pate.
gas does not ignite
flame goes out and
to the OFF position.
at least two minutes
Repeat the lighting
after four seconds or
gas escapes, turn the
Open a window and
for the gas to dissiprocedure.
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Burner knob symbols
If a burner still does not ignite, the igniter
continues to spark or if the flame is not spread
evenly around the burner cap, see the Before
You Call for Service
section on page 18.
2.
Place the cooking utensil
on the grate.
3.
Adjust the flame to the level necessary
form the desired cooking process.
OFF
to per-
HIGH
LOW
OR
IHPORTANT:
When the cooktop is cool, the igniter
may continue to spark if the control knob is set to
the low position. The burner will stop sparking when
warm. The tendency to spark when cold can be
reduced by operating the burner at a higher flame
setting for about 60 seconds. After 60 seconds,
lower the flame to cook. The burner will also warm
up faster if a utensil is placed on the grate. The
igniter will also spark automatically
if the flame is
distorted by a draft or by the household ventilation
system. Eliminate any drafts or reduce the ventilation blower speed to reduce this type of problem.
OFF
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HIGH
LOW
Basic Oven Operation
You may use your oven to cook in one of the
IMPORTANT:
following
•
modes:
Before starting the oven, position the oven
rack(s) at the proper height(s).
If the oven is
warm, use potholders
for safety.
o:o Bake
The bake process uses the bottom oven burner
to provide conventional
baking heat. Temperatures may be set from 125°F to 500°1=, Use the
standard bake mode for single rack baking.
o:. Convection
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IR broil burner igniter
Bake
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The convection
bake process uses the standard
bake burner in combination
with the convection
fan to circulate heated air evenly throughout
the
oven chamber. Temperatures
may be set from
125°F to 500°F. This type of baking is good for
single rack baking in a deep pan, multiple rack
baking and roasting.
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Broil
The ceramic infrared (IR) gas burner on the oven
ceiling supplies the heat from the top for broiling. Good for grilling smaller cuts of meat and
toasting breads. Broiling is always performed
with the door closed.
o:. Convection
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-1.
•
Before using the oven for the first time,
the burn-in process on page 7.
perform
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Condensation
may appear on the oven window
or the backguard
during the first 10 minutes of
operation.
This condition is normal.
To Bake:
Broil
1.
The convection
broil process uses the (IR) gas
burner in combination
with the convection
fan
for better heat distribution.
Convection
broil is
good for items that do not need to be flipped
such as thinner cuts of meat, fish and garlic
bread. Convection
broiling is always performed
with the door closed.
Turn the oven control (center) knob on the control panel to the desired baking temperature.
Do
not turn the knob all the way to the BROIL setting. The oven ON indicator light will illuminate
to indicate the oven is on. Within 60 seconds,
the bake burner will ignite.
Oven burner light on control panel
For best results, do not place food inside the
oven until the oven has preheated to the set
temperature.
When pre-heated
to the set temperature, the oven ON indicator light will begin
to turn on and off every few seconds, because
the set temperature
has been reached and the
oven is maintaining
it.
• Broil only with the oven door completely shut:
, After turning the oven knob to BROIL;immediately
place the food in the oven and shut the door
completely.
To Convection
Broiling is a quick cooking process (20 minutes
maximum). The range is designed for consumer use
conditions onlyl Do not use it t0 broil c0ntinuously for
1.
more than 45 minutes a t a time_ After 45 minutes in broil
mode , turn the oven off and allow it to cool for 30 minutes
before broiling again Leaving the oven in the broil modes
for 10ng peri0ds of time may trip the oven's therma !
protection circuit, requiring a service call to reset it:
.
3.
Bake:
Pre-heat the oven according
instructions
above.
Once pre-heated,
to the Bake
place the food in the oven.
Close the oven door and turn the CONVECTION
FAN switch on the right side of the control panel
to the "ON" position.
continued...
10
To Broil"
To
Convection
1. Adjust the rack position based on the food thickness. Dacor recommends
rack levels 4 or 5.
1.
Set the oven to broil according
instructions
at the left.
2.
Immediately
place the food inside the oven and
close the door completely.
3.
Turn the CONVECTION
FAN switch on the right
side of the control panel to the "ON" position.
•
Wait until the shortest recommended
baking
time before checking food. For cakes, a wooden
pick placed in the center should come clean
when the food is done.
.
3.
Turn the oven control (center) knob on the control panel to the BROIL setting. The oven ON
indicator light will illuminate
to indicate the oven
is on. Within 60 seconds, the burner (on the ceiling) will ignite. While the broil burner is on, the
bake burner is off.
Immediately
place the food inside
close the door completely.
Broil"
to the Broil
the oven and
IMPORTANT:
•
Always use a broiler pan and grill to provide
drainage for excess fat and grease. Doing so will
reduce spatter, smoke, and flare-ups.
•
The igniter for the IR broil burner on the ceiling
of the oven will glow orange periodically
during
normal broil operation.
Baking Tips
Tips for All Baking Modes
•
Do not open the oven door frequently
during
baking. Look through the door window to check
the progress of baking whenever
possible.
•
Use a timer
to time
baking
Measure ingredients
carefully and follow
recipes for best baking results.
functions.
tested
Problem
Cookies
bottom.
_dven
burn on the
door opened
Incorrect
too often.
rack position
Dark, heat absorbing
sheets used.
Cookies
top.
are too brown
on
Rack position
high.
Food placed
preheat.
Cakes burn on the sides or
are not done in the center.
Cakes crack on top.
Cakes are not level.
Pies burn around the edges
or are not done in the
center.
used.
cookie
being used is too
in oven during
Set timer to shortest recommended
cooking time and check food when timer
beeps. Use door window to check food.
Change
rack position.
Use shiny,
Change
reflective
cookie
sheets.
rack position.
Wait until oven is preheated.
Reduce oven temperature.
Dark,
used.
heat absorbing
Oven temperature
Oven and/or
level.
too high.
oven rack not
Oven temperature
Dark,
used.
too high.
heat absorbing
Oven and/or
crowded.
cake pans
pans
rack over-
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Use shiny,
reflective
cake pans.
Reduce oven temperature.
Level oven and rack as needed.
Reduce oven temperature.
Use shiny,
reflective
Reduce number
pans.
of pans.
Bakeware Tips
Baking Tips (Continued)
Convection
•
•
Dacor's optional full-sized cookie sheets maximize baking capabilities
by utilizing the most
usable rack space. See the Accessories
section
for ordering information.
•
Use the pan size and type recommended
recipe to ensure best results.
•
Cakes, quick breads, muffins and cookies should
be baked in shiny, reflective pans for light,
golden crusts.
•
Medium gauge aluminum
sheets with low sides
should be used when preparing
cookies, biscuits
and cream puffs.
•
Bake most frozen foods in their original foil containers placed on a flat cookie sheet. Follow the
package recommendations.
•
When using glass bakeware,
temperature
by 25°1=, except
or yeast breads.
•
Follow the standard
and yeast breads.
•
Avoid the use of old, darkened
•
Warped, dented, stainless steel and tin-coated
pans heat unevenly and will not give uniform
baking results.
•
Place pans carefully on the oven racks. Turn
pans on the racks so that the long sides run left
to right, parallel to the door.
•
Dacor's optional GlideRack oven rack is especially good for heavy food items like heavy pots
and pans full of food or the optional pizza baking
stone. You can pull it out further than a conventional rack, making it easier to check the food,
stir or add ingredients.
Bake Tips
As a general rule, convection
bake will allow
preparation
of most foods at reduced temperaLures for shorter periods of time, while also
producing superior results.
Typically you can reduce the standard temperature by 25°F and cook for 10% less time. Baked
goods will have golden-brown
crusts with flaky
textures,
and meats will have crispy exteriors
with succulent juices sealed inside.
•
To convert conventional
bake recipes to convection recipes, reduce temperature
by 25°F and
the cooking time by approximately
10%.
•
Some recipes, especially those that are homemade, may require adjustment
and testing when
converting
from standard to convection
modes.
If unsure how to convert a recipe, begin by
preparing the recipe in bake mode. After achieving acceptable results, follow the convection
guidelines listed. If the food is not prepared to
your satisfaction
during the first convection
trial,
adjust only one recipe variable at a time (such
as cooking time, rack position or temperature)
and repeat the convection
test. If necessary,
continue adjusting
one recipe variable at a time
until you achieve satisfactory
results.
About
•
Convection
Baking...
The Dacor convection
cooking system distributes
the
heated air evenly to ensure uniform results. It also
channels the air evenly into the oven, eliminating
any hot or cool spots.
recipe
by the
reduce the recipe
when baking pies
baking
time for pies
pans.
Multiple Rack Baking
You can utilize more oven capacity due to the uniform air circulation
provided by convection
cooking.
Many foods, such as pizzas, cakes, cookies, biscuits,
muffins, rolls and frozen convenience
foods can be
successfully
prepared on either two or three racks at
the same time. Also, complete meals can be prepared by using multiple racks. See below for specific
recommendations.
AIR FLOW
MULTIPLE
Typically,
positions
RACK
BAKING
when baking
2 and 4.
TIPS
on two racks, use rack
When adapting a single rack recipe to multiple
rack baking, it may be necessary to add to the
baking time. This is due to the extra amount of
food in the oven.
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Broiling Tips
•
When using a meat thermometer,
insert the
probe halfway into the center of the thickest
portion of the meat. For poultry, insert the thermometer probe between the body and leg into
the thickest part of the inner thigh. To ensure
an accurate reading, the tip of the probe should
not touch bone, fat or gristle. Check the meat
temperature
2/3 of the way through the recommended roasting time. After reading the meat
thermometer
once, insert it 1/2 inch further into
the meat, then take a second reading. If the
second temperature
registers below the first,
continue cooking the meat.
•
Allow roasts to stand 15 to 20 minutes after
roasting in order to make carving easier.
•
Roasting times always vary according to the
size, shape and quality of meats and poultry.
Less tender cuts of meat are best prepared in
bake mode and may require moist cooking techniques. Follow your favorite cookbook recipes.
Broiling is a quick and flavorful way to prepare many
foods, including steaks, chicken, chops, hamburgers
and fish.
It is normal and necessary for some smoke
present to give the food a broiled flavor.
to be
•
Dacor recommends
that you set a timer
the broiling process.
to time
•
Start with a room temperature
even cooking.
•
Use tongs or a spatula to turn and remove
meats. Never pierce meat with a fork because
the natural juices will escape.
broiler
pan for
•
Broil food on the first side for a little more than
half of the recommended
time, then season and
turn. Season the second side just before removing the food from the oven.
•
To prevent sticking, lightly grease the broiler
grill. Excess grease will result in heavy smoke.
For easier cleaning, remove the broiler pan and
grill when the food is removed.
Roasting Tips
•
Dacor's optional roasting pan works particularly
well and two of them will fit side by side in your
30-inch oven.
•
For roasting, Dacor's optional "V" shaped rack
and broil/roast
pan works best to allow air circulation around the food.
•
High Altitude Cooking
Due to the lower atmospheric
pressure at higher
altitudes,
foods tend to take longer to cook. Therefore, recipe adjustments
should be made in some
cases. In general, no recipe adjustment
is necessary for yeast-risen
baked goods, although allowing
the dough or batter to rise twice before the final
pan rising develops a better flavor. Try making the
adjustments
below for successful recipes. Take note
of the changes that work best and mark your recipes accordingly.
You may also consult a cookbook on
high altitude cooking for specific recommendations.
If using a cooking bag, foil tent or other cover,
use convection
bake mode. Adjust the recipe
time and temperature
as well.
13
3000
5110%
10125%
5110%
5000
10%
10%
20%
7000
25%
20%
20125%
Cleaning
Cooktop
1.
.
, clean only the parts of the range listed in this manual,
Clean them 0nly in the manner spec fiedl
3.
Disassembly and Cleaning
Disconnect
the power cord.
When the range is cool, remove
the top of the cooktop.
the grates
from
Disassemble the burners: Lift the burner caps
and burner rings off of the burner bases.
av0id dangerous fumes or damage to your range,s
surfaces and accessoriesl use only the tYpes of
cleaning solutions specified in this manual.
• To avoid electrical shock or burns, turn off the burners
and 0ven and make sure that all parts are cool before
cleaning. DO NOT turn the burners on during cleaning.
'
not use a steam cleaner to €lean the range: steam
could penetrate the electrical comPonents and cause a
short circuit
, To reduce the chance of electric shock. Disconnect
the range power cord from the electrical outlet before
cleaning.
,DO
not try to rem0ve heaVY spi!ls with a sharp object
,To prevent damage, do not use abrasive or corr0sive
cleaners or applicators such as steel wool or scouring
pads
on any part of the range unless instructed to do
use onlya sponge, soft cloth; fibrous or plastic
brush, or nylon cleaning pad for cleaning the surfaces
of Y0ur rangel
To keep the range looking and operating its best,
clean it after every use. Also, wipe up spills that
occur while cooking quickly. Be careful not to touch
any hot areas.
Cooktop
Grates
Disassembly
and Spill Trays
IHPORTANT:
DO NOT use any of the cleaners
listed below to clean the burners and igniters. See
the facing page for burner and igniter cleaning
instructions.
If you allow spills to sit on hot burner parts, they
will burn on and be very difficult to clean. Certain
types of food, such as tomatoes,
citrus juices, vinegar, alcohol and milk can damage the finishes if
you allow them to stand for any length of time.
The grates
finish.
IMPORTANT:
The cooktop is exposed to extremely
high temperatures.
The grates are under high
stress when hot utensils are placed on them. Also,
the range parts are occasionally
exposed to acidic
food spill-overs.
These severe operating conditions,
cause the porcelain enamel parts on your range to
undergo a change in appearance over time. If you
care for and clean these parts carefully, you will
slow down, but not eliminate,
the aging process.
and spill tray are coated
with a porcelain
•
For everyday cleaning, use a soft cloth or nonabrasive pad with warm soapy water to clean all
of the porcelain parts.
•
If necessary, tough stains may be removed by
applying full-strength
sprays such as Simple
Green
Ajax
All-Purpose Cleaner or Formula
409
To minimize
wear, use the mildest cleaner
needed to get the surface clean.
TM,
TM
TM,
•
14
For extremely
stubborn
stains, you may use a
mildly abrasive cleaner or applicator, such as
Soft Scrub TM, Bon Ami TM, S,O,S, (*; pads or other
soap-filled
steel wool pads. Use these cleaners
with extreme care and only on occasion. Extensive use of these types of abrasives will eventually damage the finish.
Cleaning the Igniters
Components
and Other Burner
Inner burner cap
fragile and can crack or break:
IMPORTANT:
The igniters will not work properly
if the burner rings, burner bases or igniters are not
clean. Dirty or wet igniters may not spark at all.
After disassembling
or grime deposited
the igniters.
1.
Outer burner cap
the burners, check for any dirt
on the individual
parts, including
Burner ring
Clean completely
around the igniter, including
the metal top and porcelain base. A firm toothbrush is ideal for this task. Use care while clean-
Igniter
ing because the porcelain is fragile and can crack
or break. Do not use water to clean the igniters.
If necessary, use a small amount of rubbing
alcohol to help dissolve grime.
2.
Burner base
Examine the burner rings. Remove anything
stuck in the holes with a straightened
paper
clip, wire or needle. Be careful not to scratch or
damage it. Do not distort the shape of the holes.
3.
Clean all the burner rings, with window cleaner
or rubbing alcohol. Use a cleaning brush with
plastic bristles or a firm tooth brush. When done,
rinse the parts well with clean water. Dry all the
parts thoroughly
before re-assembling
them.
4.
Clean the burner caps with a solution
detergent
and hot water.
5.
Reassemble the cooktop in the reverse order
(see page 6 for detailed instructions).
Nake sure
you line up the notches on the burner rings.
6.
Re-connect the power cord and test the burners
after reassembling
them. If the flame is uneven,
be sure that all the burner parts are properly
positioned,
then check for any remaining dirt or
grime on the burner parts or igniter. If erratic
clicking is still present, make sure the igniter is
completely
dry. If the unit still exhibits problems
after drying, call your local Dacor authorized
service agent.
Dual Burner
(left front and right front burners only)
Burner cap
of mild
Burner ring
Igniter
Burner base
Standard Burner
(left rear, right rear and both center burners)
15
Brass, Chrome and Copper Surfaces
Cleaning (Continued)
Clean brass, chrome and copper surfaces the same
way as stainless
Knobs and Trim Rings
Porcelain
,Do n0t soak the knobs and sPi I protector rings in water
or place them in the dishwasher,
Rack Support
.
.
Disconnect power and turn the knobs to the off
position to remove them for cleaning or replacement.
Clean the outside edges of the trim
the knobs are removed. Wipe them
damp rag.
the power
of mild
to
Removal
1.
With the oven cool, pull straight out on the front
of the rack support, toward the center. The
mounting
pins on the front of the rack should
disengage from the oven.
2.
While holding the rack support at a 45 ° angle to
the side of the oven, gently pull forward to disengage the rear mounting
pins from the oven.
back, off of
rings while
with a soft
To replace the knobs, It wipe them wltiq a sort
align the "D-shaped"
opening on the
back of the knob
with the end of the
valve shaft. Carefully push the knob
on until it stops. The
largest knob with
numbers on it is the
oven knob and goes
on the center valve stem. On the dual burner
knobs, the high flame and simmer (low) icons
are spaced further apart than the other four
knobs. Install them on the valve stem that is
second from the left and second from the right.
Reconnect
with a solution
cleaners. You may remove the rack supports
clean the surfaces behind them more easily.
Wash the knobs regularly with a solution of warm
soapy water. Dacor recommends
hand dishwashing
liquid. To clean:
.
surfaces
detergent
and hot water, Rinse and dry with a soft
cloth. Do not use abrasives or commercial
oven
not expose the knobs or spill protecior rings to
direct flame, hot utensils or other sources of heat:
Grasp each knob and pull straight
the valve shaft.
one).
Surfaces
Clean porcelain
2.
(see column
The oven interior, the inner side of the oven door
and the spill tray are finished in porcelain enamel.
, Do not operate the cooktop Without the knobs and spill
1.
steel surfaces
Rack Support
1.
One set of mounting
pins on each rack support
are straight, the other set is at an angle. The
angular pins go toward the back of the oven.
Insert them in the rear mounting
holes while
holding the rack support at a 45 ° angle to the
side of the oven. To prevent damage, do not
insert the rack support with the angular pins
forward.
2.
Rotate the front
cord.
Door Glass
Clean all glass surfaces with a solution of mild
detergent
and hot water. Use a mild glass cleaner to
remove fingerprints
or smears. Dry completely
with
a soft, lint-free cloth.
Installation
of the rack towards
the oven. Slide the front
mounting
holes.
the wall of
rack pins into the front
Oven Racks and Rack Supports
Stainless Steel Surfaces
The outside surface of the range are covered with
stainless steel. Clean these surfaces with Dacor
Stainless Steel Cleaner (see page 19 to reorder).
Rinse and dry with a soft, lint-free cloth.
wipe stainless steel surfaces with the grain. A small
amount of baby oil may be applied to stainless steel
tops to restore lustre.
16
•
See above for instructions
supports.
on removing
the rack
•
The oven racks and rack supports are chromeplated. For everyday cleaning, apply a solution
of detergent
and hot water. To clean heavy soil,
use the rough side of a sponge or a scouring pad
with plenty of water, or use a solution of 1 cup
ammonia to 2 gallons of water.
o ¸
ea ning
IR (Infrared) Broil Burner
Replacing the Oven Light
To prevent damage to the broil burner, do not spray the
burner or its igniter with any type of cleaner or attempt to
scrub them in any manner.
• To prevent an electrical shock hazard and/or personal
injury, make sure that power to the range has been
disconnected and that the light fixture is cool before
replacing the light bulb.
The IR broil burner is self-cleaning.
To burn off any
grime build-up, close the oven door and turn the
oven control knob to the BROIL position for about
ten minutes. After ten minutes turn the oven off.
Convection
• Always ensure that the lens cover is in place when
using the oven. The lens cover protects the bulb
from breakage caused by high oven temperatures or
mechanical shock.
Filter (Oven)
• Replacing the lens cover without lining up the cutout
with the light socket will damage the light fixture.
• The convection filter is made of stainless steel.
Remove it only when it is cool.
• Re-install the filter before cooking in the oven again.
Failure to do so will expose the convection fan blade
that rotates at high speed during convection modes.
Convection
•
Filter Removal and Cleaning
• Do not use a screwdriver to remove the lens.
Replacing a Light Bulb
Light bulb replacement
is considered a homeowner
maintenance
operation.
If the light does not work,
before replacing it, please consult the Problem
Solution
Guide on page 18.
Remove the filter regularly for cleaning. A
clogged filter will reduce the effectiveness
of
convection
cooking. Soak it in hot soapy water.
Dry it completely
before re-installing.
1.
replacement
halogen light bulb
Halogen bulbs are sensitive to
hand. The oils from your hand
bulb and may cause it to burn
normal.
.
Disconnect the range power
trical outlet.
cord from
the elec-
Remove
4.
Hold your hand under the lens for support and
gently pry it loose using a spatula or table knife.
Pull the lens
cover straight
Light
out.
fixture
Bulb
Grasp the old
/
÷
bulb and pull it
straight out of
._
the socket.
--...-
.
.
.
Horizontal
,
17
the left rack support.
with your fingers.
the oils from your
will stick to the
out faster than
3.
To reinstall the filter, orient it so that the mounting clips are towards the rear of the oven chamber, open end down. Hook the mounting
clips
over the horizontal
bar across the opening.
Clips on back
of filter
Replace the light bulb only with Dacor part
number 100429. See page 19 for ordering
information.
IMPORTANT:
Do not touch the
Using a glove,
insert the new
bulb into the
socket.
See facing
page.
Light
socket
As you reinstall
the lens cover,
Lens cutout
line up the
cutout on the
inside rim with the light socket. Gently
into its original position.
Replace the left rack support
power cord.
Lens
press it
and reconnect
the
BeforeYou
Nothing
works.
Igniters
Range not connected
cal power.
do not spark.
Contact
Wet or dirty
Gas
or
Works
above,
See Igniters
do not spark
Clean and dry according
Cleaning
section,
off.
Hake sure the gas supply
"ON" position.
interrupted.
holes obstructed.
Contact
gas company.
Contact
tested.
gas company
above.
to Care and
valve
is in the
to have pressure
Check to make sure none of the air slots
on range are obstructed.
or
Clean and dry according
Cleaning
section.
to Care and
Burner parts are not properly
positioned,
Hake sure burner is assembled according
to the Setting
Up Your Range section.
Range set up to use a different
type of gas (natural or LP) or
set up for different altitude.
Have a qualified service technician
check
to make sure that the range is set up for
the type of gas and the correct altitude.
regulator
faulty
Burner
is not installed
or
Have a qualified
service
technician
check
the gas regulat
Burners may continue to spark for up to
60 seconds when cold and set to low. See
Operating
Your Range section for more
information
on how to minimize,
is cold.
Wet or dirty
of
(no clicking
igniter.
Flame distorted
Orange glow on ceiling
oven when broiling,
company.
Clean and dry igniter and burner assembly according to Care and Cleaning
section.
Burner parts are dirty
clogged.
Gas
Igniter continues to spark
(click) after flame ignites.
intake
power
See Nothing
Low gas pressure.
Air
yellow
supply
to unit,
igniter.
Gas is turned
Flame is distorted,
very large.
plug is
Power outage.
Igniter not working
sound).
goes out at low set-
Check to make sure range power
connected to electrical outlet.
Turn on power at circuit breaker or fuse
box for electrical outlet range is connected to. Check for tripped breaker or
blown fuse.
Power not supplied
No flame.
to electri-
Power is off.
Wet or dirty
Burner
ting.
Ca II for SerVice
by air draft.
igniter.
Burner
parts wet or dirty.
Burner
tioned,
parts not properly
posi-
Minimize any air drafts around
top, Close nearby windows.
the cook-
Clean and dry according
Cleaning section,
to Care
and
Clean and dry according
Cleaning
section,
to Care and
Hake sure burner is assembled according
to the Setting
Up Your Range section.
Power supply polarity is
reversed or not properly
grounded.
Have a licensed
trical outlet.
Normal
The IR broil burner igniter glows orange
off and on when the oven knob is set to
broil.
operation.
18
electrician
check the elec-
.............. "
Oven will not heat when
turned on.
IforService
No power to range.
See Nothing
Gas is turned
Make sure the gas supply
"ON" position.
Gas
supply
off.
interrupted.
Contact
on facing
page.
valve is in the
gas company.
Oven light will not work.
Light bulb is burned
Oven ON indicator light
goes on and off repeatedly.
Normal
Foods over-cook.
Incorrect
cooking
time,
temp.
Adjust
time,
temperature
or rack position.
Foods under-cook.
Incorrect
cooking
time,
temp.
Adjust
time,
temperature
or rack position.
Condensation
window
Cold weather.
During cold weather it is normal for condensation to appear on the oven window
during the first 10 minutes of operation.
Residue in oven.
During manufacturing,
certain residues
can be left on oven surfaces. Oven needs
to be "burned in," see page 7.
Strange
on oven door
odor when oven is
out.
Works
See Care and
operation.
Halogen
light
section.
The oven ON indicator light illuminates
when the oven is on. The oven burner
control system turns the oven off and on
to maintain the temperature
set by the
oven control knob.
on,
Dacor Stainless
Cleaning
Steel Cleaner
A302
100429
bulb (12 Vac, 20 Watt)
AWR4
Wok ring
Cooktop
griddle
AG12
Cooktop
grill
AGRG12
Standard
1 3/4"
AER30BP
broil pan and broil pan grill
(low profile)
backguard
kit (standard
on model
AER36GLBG
ER36GI)
6" backguard
kit (not for use with ER36GI with self-rimming
trim
installed)
AER36GBG6
9" backguard
kit (not for use with ER36GI with self-rimming
trim
installed)
AER36GBG9
24" backguard
kit (not for use with ER36GI with self-rimming
Replacement
GlideRack
standard
Pizza baking
roast/broil
installed)
AER36GBG24
106420
oven rack
oven rack
Large capacity
trim
AER36GGR
pan with "V" shaped
AORPVR
rack
ABS20
stone
Cookie sheet
(3 per carton
Trim kit, black chrome
ACS363
Trim
kit, brass
AERTK367BR
Trim
kit, copper
AERTK367CP
AERTK367BC
12" grate
(2 used per unit)
701196
10" grate
(1 used per unit)
700037
To order
parts and accessories,
contact
your
Dacor dealer
19
or visit www.everythingdacor.com.
rVI ce
OUTSIDE
THE FIFTY STATES
THE DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA
Getting Help
LIMITED
Before you request service, please review the
Before You Call for Service section on page 18.
If you have performed
the checks in the Problem
Solution
Guide and the problem has not been
remedied,
please contact us at one of the numbers
below. Prior to requesting
service, it is helpful to be
familiar with the warranty terms and conditions in
the Warranty
section on this page.
For warranty
repairs,
or workmanship,
Distinctive
Customer
service
agents
for
•
need
our web
are the
The owner
and have
All
part,
F.O.B.
delivery,
instal-
responsibility
must
provide
the appliance
of the
pur-
proof of purchase,
upon
accessible
for service.
Service
calls
to
use and
care
of the
Failure
of the
educate
the
customer
in the
proper
product.
product
when
or any
use.
used
for
application
commercial,
other
than
for
resi-
•
Replacement
of house fuses or fuse boxes or resetting
of circuit breakers.
•
Damage
or other
•
Breakage, discoloration
or damage to glass, metal
surfaces, plastic components,
trim, paint or other cosmetic finish, caused by improper
usage or care, abuse
or neglect.
site at:
anything
clarified,
just
let
us know.
Warranty
WITHIN
THE FIFTY STATES OF THE U.S.A.,
DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA
AND CANADA*:
THE
product
states
do not
allow
limitations
on
warranty
lasts,
or do not allow
of inconsequential
damages,
tations
or exclusions
gives
you
other
rights
If your DACOR product fails to function within one year of
the original date of purchase,
due to a defect in material
or workmanship,
DACOR will remedy the defect without
charge to you or subsequent
users. The owner must provide proof of purchase upon request,
and have the appliance accessible for service.
approved
by accident,
implied
limitation
FULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTY
is null and void if non-ETL
from the U.S.
caused
fire, flood
THEREFORE, NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES ARE
MADE, AND OUTSIDE THE FIFTY STATES OF THE UNITED
STATES, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND CANADA, ALL
IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING
BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE OR PURPOSE, ARE
LIMITED IN DURATION TO ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF
ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO EVENT SHALL DACOR BE
LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL
EXPENSE OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES. NO WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ARE
MADE TO ANY BUYER FOR RESALE.
Some
CERTIFICATE
OF WARRANTIES:
DACOR
RANGES
to the product
acts of God.
THE REMEDIES PROVIDED FOR IN THE ABOVE EXPRESS
WARRANTIES ARE THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES.
What is Covered
*Warranty
transported
costs
a new
part.
of
non-
At Dacor,
we befieve
that our quality
of service
equals
that of our product.
Should
your experience
with our service
network
or product
be different,
please
contact
our Customer
Service
Team and
share your encounter
with us. We will do our utmost
to resolve
the situation
for you and deliver
on our
If you
defective
business,
rental
dential
consumer
www. Dacor.com
promise.
furnish
the
one year
in material
Service
us through
Dacor
will
function
within
due to a defect
What Is Not Covered
Phone: (800) 793-0093
(U.S.A. and Canada)
Business Hours: 6:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Pacific Time
Contact
labor
to
call:
Phone: (877) 337-3226
(U.S.A. and Canada)
Business Hours: 6:00 A.M, - 4:00 P.M. Pacific Time
Dacor
and
chaser.
request,
Service
For a list of Dacor
warranty
repairs:
DACOR
to replace
lation,
•
Dacor
FIRST YEAR WARRANTY
If your DACOR
product
fails
the original
date of purchase,
factory
OF THE U.S.A.,
AND CANADA:
is
2O
specific
that
may
legal
vary
not
rights,
from
apply
and
state
how
to you.
you
long
an
the exclusion
so the above
may
to state.
or
limi-
This
warranty
also
have
fold here
I11
NO POSTAGE
NECESSARY
IF MAILED
IN THE
UNITED STATES
I BUSINESSREPLYMAIL I
FIRST-CLASSMAIL PERMITNO 1600 CITY OF INDUSTRY CA
POSTAGEWILLBE PAIDBYADDRESSEE
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ATTN WARRANTYPROCESSINGDEPT
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IMPORTANT:
Yourwarrantywill not be activateduntilyou activateitonlineor returnthis form to Dacor.If you havepurchasedmore
than one Dacorproduct,pleasereturnall forms in one envelopeor activatethewarrantyfor eachproductonline.
Pleaserest assuredthat underno conditionswill Dacorsellyour nameor anyof theinformationon this form for mailinglist purposes.We
are very gratefulthat you havechosen Dacorproductsfor yourhomeand do notconsiderthe saleof such informationto be a properway
of expressingour gratitude!
Owner'sName:
First
Last (Please Print or Type)
Middle
Street:
City:
State:
PurchaseDate:
Email:
Zip:
Telephone:
Dealer:
City:
State:
Zip:
Yourwillingnessto take a few secondsto fill in thesectionbelowwill be sincerelyappreciated.Thankyou.
1. Howwereyou first exposedto Dacorproducts?(Pleasecheckone only,)
[] A. T.V.CookingShow
[] F Builder
[] B. Magazine
[] G. Architect/Designer
[] C. ApplianceDealerShowroom
[] H. AnotherDacorOwner
[] D, KitchenDealerShowroom
[] I, ModelHome
[] E. HomeShow
[] J. Other
2. Wheredid you buyyour Dacorappliances?
[] A. ApplianceDealer
[] B. KitchenDealer
[]
[]
D.
E.
Builder
Other
3. Forwhat purposewas the productpurchased?
[] A. Replacementonly
[] B. PartofaRemodel
[]
[]
C.
D.
NewHome
Other
4. Whatis yourhouseholdincome?
[] A. Under$75,000
[] B. $75,000-$100,000
[] C. $100,000-$150,000
[]
[]
[]
D. $150,000-$200,000
E. $200,000-$250,000
F. OverS250,000
[]
C.
BuilderSupplier
5. Whatotherbrandsof appliancesdo you havein your kitchen?
A. Cooktop
C. Dishwasher
B. Oven
D. Refrigerator
6. Wouldyou buyor recommendanotherDacorproduct?
[] Yes
Comments:
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[] No
Thankyou very muchfor your assistance.Theinformationyou have
providedwill be extremelyvaluablein helpingus planfor the future
and givingyouthe supportyou deserve.
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phone:
(800) 793-0093
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