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U se and Care Guide
®
FOR THE WAY IT’S MADE.TM
A Note to You ............... 2
Range Safety ............. 3-5
Getting to Know
Your Range .................. 6
Using and Caring
for Your Cooktop ......... 9
Using and Caring
for Your Oven............. 15
Using the SelfCleaning Cycle ........... 47
If You Need
Assistance or
Service ........................ 51
Warranty ..................... 56
1-800-422-1230
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or comments.
KITCHENAID®
THERMAL-CONVECTION™ Electric Ranges
Models: KERC507
KERH507
PART NO. 9780936 Rev. A
A Note to You
Thank you for buying a KITCHENAID
®
appliance!
KitchenAid designs the best tools for the most important room in your house. To
ensure that you enjoy many years of trouble-free operation, we developed this Use
and Care Guide. It contains valuable information concerning how to operate and
maintain your new appliance properly and safely. Please read it carefully.
Also, please complete and mail the enclosed Product Registration Card.
Please record your model’s information.
Whenever you call our Consumer
Assistance Center at 1-800-422-1230 or
request service for your appliance, you need
to know your complete model number and
serial number. You can find this information
on the model and serial number plate (see
diagram on page 6 for location of plate).
Please also record the purchase
information.
Model Number __________________________
Serial Number __________________________
Purchase/
Installation Date ________________________
Builder/Dealer
Name _________________________________
Address _______________________________
Phone _________________________________
NOTE: You must provide proof of purchase
or installation date for in-warranty service.
Keep this book and the sales slip together in a safe place for future reference.
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Range Safety
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Your safety is important to us.
This guide contains safety symbols and
statements. Please pay special attention to
these symbols and follow any instructions
given. Here is a brief explanation of the use
of the symbol.
wWARNING
This symbol alerts you to
hazards such as fire,
electrical shock, or
other injuries.
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical
shock, injury to persons, or damage
when using the range, follow basic
precautions, including the following:
General
•Read all instructions before using
the range.
•Install or locate the range only
in accordance with the provided
Installation Instructions. The
range must be installed by a
qualified installer. The range must
be properly connected to electrical supply and grounded.
•WARNING: To reduce the risk
of tipping the appliance, the
appliance must be secured by a
properly installed anti-tip bracket.
To check if the bracket is installed
properly, see “The anti-tip bracket”
on page 8.
•CAUTION: Do not store things
children might want above the
range. Children could be burned
or injured while climbing on it.
•Do not leave children alone or
unattended in area where the
range is in use. They should
never be allowed to sit or stand
on any part of the range. They
could be burned or injured.
•Do not use the range for warming
or heating the room. Persons could
be burned or injured, or a fire could
start.
•Use the range only for its intended
use as described in this manual.
•Do not touch surface units, areas
near units, heating elements, or
interior surfaces of oven. Surface
units and heating elements may
be hot even though they are dark
in color. Areas near surface units
and interior surfaces of an oven become hot enough to cause burns.
During and after use, do not touch,
or let clothing or other flammable
materials contact surface units,
areas near units, heating elements,
or interior surfaces of oven until
they have had sufficient time to
cool. Other surfaces of the range,
such as the oven vent opening, the
surface near the vent opening, the
cooktop, and the oven door and
window, could also become hot
enough to cause burns.
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Range Safety
•Do not operate the range if it is
damaged or not working properly.
•Do not wear loose or hanging
garments when using the range.
They could ignite if they touch a
hot surface unit and you could
be burned.
•Use only dry pot holders. Moist or
damp pot holders on hot surfaces
could result in burns from steam.
Do not let pot holder touch hot
heating elements. Do not use a
towel or bulky cloth for a pot
holder. It could catch on fire.
•Keep range vents unobstructed.
•Do not heat unopened containers.
They could explode. The hot
contents could cause burns and
container particles could cause
injury.
•Use only cookware approved for
oven use. Follow cookware manufacturer’s instructions, especially
when using glass or plastic
cookware.
•Do not store flammable materials
on or near the range. The fumes
could create an explosion and/or
fire hazard.
•Do not repair or replace any part
of the range unless specifically
recommended in this manual. All
other servicing should be referred
to a qualified technician.
•Disconnect the electrical supply
before servicing the range.
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When using the cooktop
•Do not cook on a broken ceramic
glass cooktop. If cooktop should
break, cleaning solutions and
spillovers could penetrate the
broken cooktop and create a risk
of electrical shock. Contact a
qualified technician immediately.
•Select a pan with a flat bottom
that is about the same size as the
surface unit. If pan is smaller than
the surface unit, some of the
heating element will be exposed
and could result in the igniting of
clothing or pot holders. Correct
pan size also improves cooking
efficiency.
•Check to be sure glass cookware
is safe for use on the range. Only
certain types of glass, glassceramic, ceramic, earthenware,
or other glazed cookware are
suitable for cooktops without
breaking due to the sudden
change in temperature.
•Never leave surface units unattended at high heat settings.
A boilover could result and cause
smoking and greasy spillovers
that could ignite.
•Turn pan handles inward, but not
over other surface units. This will
help reduce the chance of burns,
igniting of flammable materials,
and spills due to bumping of
the pan.
Range Safety
•Grease is flammable. Do not
allow grease to collect around
cooktop or in vents. Wipe spillovers immediately.
•Do not use water on grease fires.
Never pick up a flaming pan.
Smother flaming pan on range
by covering with a well-fitting lid,
cookie sheet, or flat tray. Flaming
grease outside of pan can be
extinguished with baking soda
or, if available, a multipurpose
dry chemical or foam-type
extinguisher.
•Clean ceramic glass cooktop
with care. Some cleaners could
produce noxious fumes if applied
to a hot surface. If a wet paper
towel is used to wipe spills on a
hot cooking area, be careful to
avoid steam burns.
When using the oven
•Always position oven rack(s) in
desired location while oven is
cool. If a rack must be removed
while oven is hot, do not let pot
holder contact hot heating elements in oven.
•Use care when opening oven door.
Let hot air or steam escape before
removing or replacing food.
•Small amounts of formaldehyde
and carbon monoxide are given
off in the Self-Cleaning cycle from
fiberglass insulation and food
decomposition. Significant exposure to these substances could
cause cancer or reproductive
harm. Exposure can be minimized
by venting with a hood or open
window and wiping out excess
food spills prior to self-cleaning.
•Do not use oven cleaners. No
commercial oven cleaner or oven
liner protective coating of any kind
should be used in or around any
part of the oven.
•Before self-cleaning the oven,
remove broiler pan, broiler grid,
oven racks, and other cookware.
Do not use your oven to clean
miscellaneous parts unless you
are instructed to do so in this Use
and Care Guide.
•Do not clean door gasket. It is
essential for a good seal. Care
should be taken not to rub, damage, or move the gasket. Clean
only parts recommended in this
Use and Care Guide.
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G etting to Know Your Range
This section tells you what features your range has and where they are located. It also
discusses some safety and convenience features that you should know about, but
which are not needed to operate the range. Please review this information before using
your range.
Feature locations
QuickSet guide
TOP LIGHT
OFF
HI
Control panel
I
LO
ME
D HI
MED LO
AUTO
SET
BROIL
MIN SEC
TEMP
PROBE
DELAY/TIMED
STOP
TIME
START
TIME
CLOCK
SET
SET
• MIN
•• HRS
TIMER
9
OFF
HI
6
8
M ED
5
7
M ED
HI
LO
ENTER
4
CANCEL
OFF
KITCHEN
OVEN
LIGHT
HI
HR MIN
STOP TIMER
CLEAN START
M ED
ON
ROAST
O
ME D L
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
START?
N
CONVECTIO
BAKE
O
ME D L
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
• MAXI
•• ECONO
H
LO
START
CLEAN
BROIL
BAKE
OFF
3
2
1
Cooktop light
O
REAR
M ED
CANCEL
FRONT
M ED
REAR
Surface unit
FRONT
Oven vent
Automatic oven
light switch
Model and serial
number plate
Broil element
(not shown)
Anti-tip floor
bracket
Bake element
Removable
storage drawer
(containing broiler
pan and grid)
Control panel
Left rear
control knob
Left front
control knob
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Display
Electronic
oven control
Right rear
control knob
Cooktop
light switch
Right front
control knob
Getting to Know Your Range
The oven vent
Oven vent
Hot air and moisture escape from the oven
through a vent on the lower left side of the
backguard. Do not block the vent by using
large pans or covers. Poor baking/roasting
can result.
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Burn Hazard
Use pot holders when touching items
left near oven vent.
Failure to do so can result in burns.
The storage drawer
You can remove the storage drawer to make
it easier to clean under the range and to
check for installation of the anti-tip bracket.
Use care when handling the drawer.
Replacing the storage drawer:
Removing the storage drawer:
Drawer slide
rail
1. Empty drawer of any pots and pans
before removing drawer. Use recessed
area on top edge of drawer to pull drawer
straight out to the first stop. Lift front and
pull out to the second stop.
2. Lift back slightly and slide drawer all the
way out.
1. Fit ends of drawer slide rails into the
drawer guides on both sides of opening.
2. Lift drawer front and press in until metal
stops on drawer slide rails clear white
stops on drawer guides. Lift drawer front
again to clear second stop and slide
drawer closed.
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Getting to Know Your Range
The anti-tip bracket
The range will not tip during normal use. However, tipping can occur if you apply too much
force or weight to the open door without the anti-tip bracket properly secured.
wWARNING
Tip Over Hazard
Connect anti-tip bracket to the range.
Reconnect anti-tip bracket, if the range is moved.
Do not push down on the open oven door.
Follow the Installation Instructions.
Do not let children climb onto the oven door.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, burns,
or other injury.
To verify the anti-tip bracket is
engaged:
Rear
leveling
foot
• Remove the storage drawer. (See page 7.)
• Look to see if the anti-tip bracket is attached
to floor with screws.
• Make sure left rear leveling foot is positioned
under the anti-tip bracket.
• See Installation Instructions for further details.
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Using
Cooktop
This section tells you how to operate the controls to the cooktop. It also discusses
how the ceramic glass cooktop works, and includes tips on how to cook with and
maintain the cooktop.
IN THIS SECTION
Using the surface units ....................... 9
Caring for your cooktop ................... 12
Cookware tips .................................... 11
Using and replacing the
cooktop light ...................................... 14
Using the surface units
wWARNING
OFF
LO
HI
MED
HI
MED LO
MED
FRONT
Control knobs
Push in control knobs before turning them
to a setting. Set them anywhere between HI
and OFF.
Power on lights
Each control knob has a Power On Light.
When you use a control knob to
turn on a surface unit, the Power
On Light by that knob will glow.
Fire Hazard
Turn off all controls when done
cooking.
Failure to do so can result in death,
fire, or burns.
Control setting guide
For best results, start cooking at the high
setting; then turn the control knob down to
continue cooking.
SETTING
HI
Hot surface indicator lights
The Hot Surface Indicator Lights on the
cooktop surface will glow
when the surface units get
hot. The Indicator Lights will
HOT
CHAUD
continue to glow as long as
the surface units are too hot
(“CHAUD” is to touch, even after they are
turned off.
French for
“HOT”)
6MED HI5
MED
3MED LO2
LO
RECOMMENDED USE
• To start foods cooking.
• To bring liquids to a boil.
• To hold a rapid boil.
• To fry chicken or
pancakes.
• For gravy, pudding, and
icing.
• To cook large amounts
of vegetables.
• To keep food cooking
after starting it on a
higher setting.
• To keep food warm until
ready to serve.
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Using the dual-size surface unit
The ceramic glass cooktop
(some models)
You can use the left front surface unit as
either a small diameter, lower wattage
element or large diameter, full wattage
element.
Use both elements
for larger pans
Use small element
for smaller pans
To use the small element
(for smaller pans):
• Push in and turn the control knob to the
left (counterclockwise) to the desired
setting in the area marked “SINGLE.”
To use both elements
(for larger pans):
• Push in and turn the control knob to the
right (clockwise) to the desired setting in
the area marked “DUAL.”
NOTE: You can turn the control knob in
either direction to reach “OFF.”
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Standard Dual element Hot surface Halogen
elements
elements (some models) indicator
(Model
lights
KERH507
only)
Cooking on the ceramic glass cooktop is
almost the same as cooking on coil surface
units. There are, however, a few differences:
• The cooking surface area will glow red
when the element is turned on. You will
see the element cycling on and off – even
on the HI setting – to help the area stay at
the temperature setting you choose.
• Make sure the bottoms of pots and pans
are clean and dry before cooking. Food
and water particles left on the bottoms can
leave deposits on the cooktop when it is
heated.
• Wiping off the cooktop before and after
each use will help keep the surface free
from stains and give you the most even
heating. See pages 12 and 13 for care
and cleaning suggestions.
• Do not cook foods directly on the cooktop.
• Lift pots and pans onto and off of the
cooktop. Sliding pots and pans on the
cooktop could leave marks that are difficult
to remove or could leave permanent marks.
• Do not cook popcorn that comes in
prepackaged aluminum containers on the
cooktop. The container could leave aluminum marks on the cooktop that cannot be
removed completely.
• Model KERH507: The surface units on the
right side of the cooktop feature halogen
elements. These elements light up as soon
as you turn them on, and are brighter than
conventional coil elements.
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• Do not use the cooktop as a cutting
board.
• Do not allow anything that could melt,
such as plastic or aluminum foil, to come
in contact with the cooktop while it is hot.
• Dropping a heavy or hard object on the
cooktop could crack it. Be careful when
using heavy skillets and large pots. Do
not store jars or cans above the cooktop.
• Sugary spills and soils can cause pitting.
See pages 12 and 13 for more information.
Cookware tips
• Select a pan that is about the same size
as the surface unit.
• NOTE: For best results and greater
energy efficiency, use only flat-bottomed
cookware that makes good contact with
the surface units. Cookware with rounded,
warped, ribbed (such as some porcelain
enamelware), or dented bottoms could
cause uneven heating and poor cooking
results.
You can, however, use the newer
cookware available with slightly indented
bottoms or very small expansion channels.
This cookware is specially designed to
provide the good contact needed for best
cooking results.
Also, woks, canners, and teakettles
with flat bottoms suitable for use on your
cooktop are now available in most stores
that sell housewares.
• The pan should have straight sides and
a tight-fitting lid.
• Choose medium to heavy gauge (thickness) pans that are fairly lightweight.
• The pan material (metal or glass) affects
how fast heat transfers from the surface
unit through the pan material and how
evenly heat spreads over the pan bottom.
Choose pans that provide the best cooking
results.
• Handles should be made of sturdy, heatresistant material and be securely attached
to the pan.
• With your hand, feel the bottom of your
pans while they are cool for nicks and
scratches. Nicks and scratches on pan
bottoms will scratch the ceramic glass
cooktop.
• Avoid spillovers on cooktop. Use pans
with tall sides.
NOTE: Do not leave empty cookware, or
cookware which has boiled dry, on a hot
surface unit. The cookware could overheat
and damage the cookware or surface unit.
Home canning information
Center over
surface unit
Pan
Surface
unit
• Use the largest surface unit for best
results. Also, use a canner/pan which
can be centered over the surface unit.
• Start with hot water. This reduces the
time the control is set on high. Reduce
heat setting to lowest position needed
to keep water boiling.
• Refer to your canner manual for specific
instructions.
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Caring for your cooktop
This cooktop is designed for easy care.
However, ceramic glass cooktops need
to be maintained differently than standard
electric coil elements. Foods spilled directly
on the cooktop will not burn off as on coil
elements. Because of this, the surface
should be dust-free and soil-free before
heating.
NIG
CONVE
EASYCONVE
EASY
BAKE
Your cooktop has been prepolished at
the factory for improved protection and
cleanability. The Cooktop Polishing Creme,
a paper towel or a sponge, and a singleedge razor blade in a holder is all you need
to clean your cooktop. For proper cleaning
methods, please review the chart on page
13. Follow this chart after each use to
ensure top performance and to preserve
that uniquely elegant look.
NOTE: Let cooktop cool before cleaning.
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To avoid damaging the cooktop, follow
these instructions:
• Remove sugar spills and soils from the
cooktop while the surface is still warm to
avoid pitting on the surface.
• Marks from sliding metal pans on the
cooktop are difficult to remove completely.
Use cooktop polishing creme to clean
the area. Several applications may be
necessary.
• Do not use steel wool, plastic cleaning
pads, abrasive powdered cleansers,
chlorine bleach, rust remover, ammonia,
or glass cleaning products with ammonia.
These products could damage the cooktop
surface.
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Cleaning tips
What to use:
• Cooktop Polishing Creme with a paper
towel or clean, damp sponge – This
creme has been developed especially for
cleaning and protecting your cooktop.
When using, follow instructions on
container.
• Razor scraper – Use to remove cookedon soils from your ceramic glass cooktop.
To avoid scratches, keep the razor blade
as flat against the cooktop as possible.
Store razor blades out of reach of
children.
Steps to follow:
1. Most spills (except sugary spills and
soils – see chart on this page) can be
wiped off easily using a paper towel or
clean, damp sponge as soon as Hot
Surface Indicator Light(s) goes off.
2. For stubborn spills, rub Cooktop Polishing Creme into cooked-on soil using a
paper towel. If some soil remains, leave
some creme on the spot(s) and follow
Step 3.
3. Carefully scrape spots with a singleedge razor blade in a holder.
4. Finish by polishing entire cooktop
with Cooktop Polishing Creme and a
paper towel.
To order Cooktop Polishing Creme
(Part No. 3184477), call 1-800-422-1230
and follow the instructions and telephone
prompts you hear.
How to keep your cooktop
looking like new:
IF THERE ARE
WHAT TO DO
Sugary spills
and soils (such
as jellies and
candy syrups)
To prevent pitting on
the cooktop, wipe up
with a paper towel or
clean, damp sponge
while ceramic glass
surface is still warm.
Remove as soon as
possible after spill
occurs.
Dark streaks,
specks, and
discoloration
Use Cooktop
Polishing Creme or
nonabrasive cleanser
with a damp paper
towel or sponge.
Metal marks
(from copper or
aluminum pans)
Use Cooktop Polishing
Creme or nonabrasive
cleanser with a damp
paper towel or sponge
before heating the
cooktop again. If
heated before cleaning, metal marks may
not come off.
Tiny scratches
or abrasions
Scratches and abrasions do not affect
cooking. In time, they
will become less
visible as a result of
cleaning. To prevent
scratches and abrasions, use Cooktop
Polishing Creme
regularly.
NOTE: Always wipe and dry your cooktop
thoroughly after using cleanser to prevent
streaking or staining.
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Using and replacing the cooktop light
The fluorescent light is on the top of the
control panel. The cooktop light switch is on
the control panel. Press it to turn on the
cooktop light. Press it again to turn light off.
Replacing the cooktop light:
1. Unplug appliance or disconnect at main
power supply.
CLEAN
BROIL
OFF
ON
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
• MAXI
•• ECONO
BAKE
H
M
HR MIN
STOP
CLEAN START
I
LO
START?
N
CONVECTIO
MED LO
BROIL
ROAST
ME
D HI
BAKE
TEMP
PROBE
AUTO
SET
M ED
DELAY/TIMED
STOP
START
TIME
TIME
CLOCK
SET
OVEN
LIGHT
2
REAR
2. Flip up the top of the control panel.
4
FF
O
OFF
H
CLEAN
LO
I
BROIL
BAKE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
• MAXI
•• ECONO
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
MIN
STOP
CLEAN START
START?
MED LO
N
ME
D HI
CONVECTIO
BAKE
M ED
REAR
AUTO
SET
BROIL
ROAST
TEMP
PROBE
DELAY/TIMED
STOP
TIME
START
TIME
CLOCK
SET
OVEN
LIGHT
3. Grasp the fluorescent tube at both ends.
Turn the tube approximately 90° in either
direction until both ends come out of the
receptacles. Replace with a 20-watt coolwhite fluorescent tube.
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If the cooktop light still does not work,
you may need to replace the starter. The
starter is a knob-shaped part located on
the right side of the backguard, under the
light bulb. To remove and replace the
starter, first remove light bulb. Push
starter in and turn approximately 90°
counterclockwise. Pull starter out of
recessed area. You can find replacement
starters at stores that sell fluorescent
tubes.
4. Close the top panel. Plug in appliance or
reconnect at main power supply.
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Your Oven
This section tells you, step by step, how to operate all oven functions controlled by
the electronic controls. Carefully follow these instructions, along with the cooking tips
and cleaning information, for successful use of your range.
IN THIS SECTION
Using the electronic oven
control ............................................ 15
Broiling ............................................. 28
Oven settings ................................. 17
Timed cooking ................................. 34
Setting the clock ............................ 18
Dehydrating ..................................... 38
Using the kitchen timer ................. 18
Raising (proofing) bread ................ 40
Baking or convection baking ....... 20
Cooking tips .................................... 41
Roasting ......................................... 21
Cleaning your oven and
controls ............................................ 44
Adjusting oven temperature ......... 23
Using the temperature probe ....... 24
Using auto set ................................ 27
Convection broiling ........................ 31
Using and replacing the oven
light(s) .............................................. 46
Using the electronic oven control
For a quick reference guide on using the electronic oven control, see the QuickSet Guide
under the cooktop light cover.
BAKE
BROIL
• MAXI
•• ECONO
CLEAN
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
CONVECTION
BAKE
BROIL
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
HR MIN
Standard oven
command pads
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
START
START?
MIN SEC
ENTER
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
ROAST
DELAY/TIMED
AUTO
SET
1
ON
TEMP
PROBE
START
TIME
STOP
TIME
KITCHEN TIMER
CLOCK
SET
OVEN
LIGHT
Convection oven
command pads
Display/clock
• When you first plug in the range, a tone
will sound and the display will show
“88:88.” If, after you set the clock
(page 18), the display again shows
“88:88,” your electricity was off for a while.
Reset the clock.
• The time display will show “Err” and three
short tones will sound if a time or temperature is incorrectly entered.
SET
• MIN
•• HRS
CANCEL
O
CANCEL
OFF
Number pads
Starting an operation
START
ENTER
After programming a function, you must
press the Start/Enter pad to start the function. If you do not press the Start/Enter pad
within 5 seconds of programming, “START?”
will show in the display as a reminder.
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Canceling an operation
CANCEL
OFF
The Cancel/Off pad will cancel any function,
except for the Clock Set and Kitchen Timer
functions. When you press the Cancel/Off
pad, the large display will show the time
of day.
Changing audible signals
Audible signals tell you if a function is entered
correctly or not. They also tell you when a
cycle is completed.
To shut off audible signals during
programming:
PRESS
and hold
for 4
seconds
START
TIME
To shut off all signals except for the
end-of-timer tone:
PRESS
and hold
for 4
seconds
STOP
TIME
To change the end-of-timer tone to a
4-second tone:
PRESS
and hold
for 4
seconds
SET
•MIN
••HR
A short tone will sound to tell you the signals
have been changed. Repeat step above to
turn the signals back on.
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Oven settings
This chart tells you when to use each setting. It also explains what elements heat up for
each setting.
SETTING
DIAGRAM
SETTING INFORMATION
BAKE
Use this setting for baking
and heating casseroles.
• The bottom element and outer top
element heat up.
• During baking, the elements will
turn on and off to maintain the
oven temperature.
BROIL (MAXI/ECONO)
Use this setting for broiling
regular-sized and smaller
cuts of meat, poultry, and
fish.
• Both top elements heat during
Maxi Broil. (Maximum browning
coverage)
• Only the inner element heats up
during Econo Broil. (Browning
coverage in center only)
CONVECTION BAKE
Use this setting for foods
which require gentle
heating and for baking
breads and cakes. Use
also when baking large
quantities of food on more
than one oven rack.
• For faster preheating, the bottom
element and outer top element
heat up until oven reaches desired
temperature. After preheat, only
the rear element heats up.
• For even heating, the fan at the
back of the oven circulates air in
the oven cavity.
CONVECTION BROIL
Use this setting for broiling
thick cuts of meat.
• Both top elements heat up.
• For even heating, the fan at the
back of the oven circulates air in
the oven cavity.
CONVECTION ROAST
Use this setting for roasting and baking on one
rack.
• The bottom element and outer top
element heat up.
• For even heating and faster cooking, the fan at the back of the oven
circulates air in the oven cavity.
CLEAN
Use this setting for selfcleaning only.
• The bottom element and outer top
element heat up.
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Setting the clock
1. Choose Clock Set.
PRESS
CLOCK
SET
Example:
YOU SEE
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
2. Set time.
Example:
PRESS
3
3
0
Example:
YOU SEE
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
3. Start clock.
PRESS
START
ENTER
If the time has not been entered correctly,
three short tones will sound and “Err” is
displayed for 1 second. The previous
display then reappears. Repeat Steps 1,
2, and 3 to re-enter the time of day.
Using the kitchen timer
The Kitchen Timer does not start or stop the
oven. It works like a regular kitchen timer.
It can be set in hours and minutes up to
99 hours, 99 minutes, or in minutes and
seconds up to 99 minutes, 99 seconds.
1. Choose Kitchen Timer.
PRESS
once to
count down
minutes
and seconds
SET
YOU SEE
•MIN
••HR
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
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PRESS
twice to
count down
hours and
minutes
YOU SEE
SET
•MIN
••HR
SET
HR MIN
•MIN
••HR
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
2. Set time.
Example:
PRESS
3
0
0
0
Example:
YOU SEE
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
3. Start Kitchen Timer.
PRESS
START
ENTER
The Kitchen Timer will begin counting
down immediately after you press the
Start/Enter pad.
When time is up, you will hear a single
tone that sounds every 5 seconds.
KITCHEN/
TIMER
PRESS
to turn off tone
YOU SEE
CANCEL
HR
NOTE: To change the end-of-timer tone
to a 4-second tone, press and hold the
Kitchen Timer Set pad for 4 seconds. A
short tone will sound to tell you the tone
has been changed.
MIN
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
To cancel the Kitchen Timer:
KITCHEN/
TIMER
PRESS
CANCEL
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Baking or convection baking
1. Position racks.
For correct rack placement, see “Rack
positions” on page 41 and “Rack
placement” chart on page 41.
NOTES:
• Before turning on the oven always
place oven racks where you need them.
• Be sure rack(s) is level.
• Use pot holders or oven mitts to
protect hands if rack(s) must be moved
while oven is hot.
• Do not let pot holder or oven mitt touch
hot elements.
2. Choose setting.
PRESS
YOU SEE
BAKE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
OR
CONVECTION
PRESS
BAKE
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
3. Set temperature (optional).
Do this step if you want to set a temperature other than 350°F (for Bake) or
325°F (for Convection Bake).
Example:
PRESS
3
7
5
Example
For Bake:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
(See a reliable cookbook or your
convection oven cookbook for
temperature recommendations.)
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TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
START?
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4. Preheat oven.
PRESS
START
Example
For Bake:
YOU SEE
ENTER
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
NOTE: After the temperature reaches
170°F, the red display will show the actual
oven temperature at each 5°F increase
and stop at the set temperature. To see
the set temperature before it is reached,
press the command pad you used to
choose the cook setting. The set temperature will be displayed for 5 seconds.
5. Put food in oven.
NOTE: If you want to change the baking
temperature after baking has begun,
repeat Steps 2, 3, and 4.
6. After cooking, turn off oven.
PRESS
CANCEL
OFF
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of day)
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP
Roasting
1. Prepare oven.
Position the rack properly. For correct
rack placement, see “Rack positions”
on page 41. Place food in the oven. For
large roasts and turkeys, place rack in
position 1 (closest to oven bottom).
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2. Choose setting.
CONVECTION
PRESS
ROAST
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
3. Set temperature (optional).
Do this step if you want to set a temperature other than 300°F.
Example:
PRESS
3
2
5
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
(See convection oven cookbook for
temperature recommendations.)
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
4. Start oven.
PRESS
START
Example:
YOU SEE
ENTER
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
NOTES:
• After the temperature reaches
170°F, the red display will show the
actual oven temperature at each 5°F
increase and stop at the set temperature. To see the set temperature
before it is reached, press the
Convection Roast pad. The set
temperature will be displayed for
5 seconds.
5. After cooking, turn off oven.
PRESS
CANCEL
OFF
• If you want to change the roasting
temperature after roasting has begun,
repeat Steps 2, 3, and 4.
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP
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Adjusting oven temperature
Although your new oven is properly adjusted
to provide accurate temperatures, it may
cook faster or slower than your old oven.
If, after using the oven for a period of time,
you are not satisfied with the baking/roasting
results, you can change the offset
temperature by following the steps below.
The control will “remember” the selected
offset even after the power has been interrupted or lost.
NOTE: Do not measure oven temperature
with a thermometer. Opening the oven door
will lower the oven temperature and give you
an inaccurate reading. Also, the thermometer temperature reading will change as your
oven cycles.
1. Choose Bake setting.
PRESS
and hold
for 4 seconds
BAKE
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
Release the Bake pad when a number
appears in the temperature display and
you hear a tone.
2. Set new offset temperature.
PRESS
BAKE
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
“0” (the setting shown) is set at
the factory.
Adjustment 5°F cooler:
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
Each time you press the Bake pad, the
displayed temperature will increase by
5°F. To decrease the temperature,
hold down the Bake pad until the display goes past 35°F. At that point the
display will return to 0 and will then decrease 5°F for every time you press the
Bake pad. You can set the offset temperature adjustment as low as -35°F or
as high as +35°F. (To determine the
amount of adjustment needed, see the
chart on page 24.)
3. Enter the adjustment.
PRESS
START
ENTER
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of day)
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP
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How to determine the amount of
adjustment needed
The following chart tells you how much to
adjust the offset temperature to get the
desired cooking results. You can determine
cooking results by amount of browning,
moistness, and rising times for baked foods.
TO COOK
FOOD …
A little more
1. Insert probe into food.
Insert the probe into the center of the
thickest portion of meat or into the inner
thigh or breast of poultry, away from fat
or bone.
2. Put food in oven.
Place meat on the convection roasting
rack, place rack on broiler pan, and place
pan in the center of the oven.
3. Connect probe to oven.
Open the Temperature Probe cover
located on the left side of the oven wall.
Insert plug into jack. (Keep the top of
the probe as far as possible from the
heat source.)
4. Close oven door.
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+5 to +10
Moderately more
+15 to +20
Much more
+25 to +35
A little less
-5 to -10
Moderately less
-15 to -20
Much less
-25 to -35
Using the temperature probe
The Temperature Probe is the most accurate
guide to the degree of doneness of meat.
Use it when baking, roasting any type of
meat or poultry, or cooking casseroles
with liquid.
ADJUST BY
THIS NUMBER
OF DEGREES
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5. Choose Temperature Probe
setting.
PRESS
TEMP
PROBE
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
6. Set temperature (optional).
Do this step if you want to set an
internal food temperature (from
100°F-200°F) other than 160°F.
Example:
PRESS
1
5
0
(See a reliable cookbook or your
convection oven cookbook for internal
food temperature recommendations.)
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
START?
ON
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
7. Choose cook setting.
CONVECTION
PRESS
BAKE
OR
BAKE
CONVECTION
OR ROAST
8. Set temperature (optional).
Do this step if you want to set an oven
temperature other than the one
displayed.
Example:
PRESS
3
7
5
(See a reliable cookbook or your
convection oven cookbook for oven
temperature recommendations.)
NOTE: Do not use the Temperature
Probe when broiling or convection
broiling.
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9. Start oven.
PRESS
START
Example
For Bake:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
ENTER
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
NOTES:
• After the food temperature reaches
100°F, the large display will show the
actual food temperature at each 5°F
increase and stop at the set temperature. Four short tones will sound when
food reaches the set temperature. The
oven then shuts off.
• If you want to change the probe
temperature after cooking has begun,
repeat Steps 5, 6, and 9.
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
If probe is not plugged in:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
START?
ON
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
Three short tones will also
sound.
wWARNING
Burn Hazard
Use an oven mitt or pot holder to remove temperature probe.
Do not touch broil element.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in burns.
10. After cooking, unplug probe.
One short tone will sound every
minute, to remind you cooking is
done, until you unplug the
Temperature Probe.
11. Remove food from oven.
(This prevents overcooking.)
12. Clean probe.
Wash with a soapy sponge and dry
thoroughly. Use a plastic scouring pad
to remove cooked-on foods. You can
also clean the probe in a dishwasher.
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Using auto set
Auto Set lets you choose from among ten
preset oven cooking cycles. These cycles
store commonly used cooking times,
cooking temperatures, and probe temperature settings. Auto Set saves you time by
limiting the number of pads you have to
press when cooking at a favorite setting.
1. Place food in cold oven.
If you need the Temperature Probe for
your cycle (settings 5-8), insert probe
into food. (Follow Steps 1-4 in “Using
the temperature probe” on page 24.)
2. Set Auto Set cycle.
PRESS
Press desired Number pad.
Example:
PRESS
AUTO
SET
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
ON
HR MIN
1
NOTES:
• You can change the Auto Set cycle
any time before pressing the Start/
Enter pad by repeating Step 2.
3. Start oven.
START
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
(Use the “Auto set chart” on page 28
as your guide for selecting the correct
cycle.)
PRESS
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
START?
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
• The cooking setting, time, or probe
temperature will be displayed before you
press the Start/Enter pad.
Example
For Auto
Set 5:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
ENTER
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
NOTE: Cycles 1-4, 9, 0: To see the time
when the Auto Set cycle will end, press
the Stop Time pad.
When the Auto Set cycle is done,
“End” and the time of day will show in the
display. Four tones will sound, followed
by one short tone every minute, until you
open the door, remove the probe, or
press the Cancel/Off pad.
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
START?
ON
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIMER
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Auto set chart
CYCLE
NUMBER
CONVECTION
CYCLE
OVEN
TEMP
TIME OR
PROBE TEMP
1
Conv. Bake
350°F
45 min
Meal # 1: Chicken pieces, Fruit
crisp, Vegetable casserole
2
Conv. Bake
350°F
1 hr
Meal # 2: Macaroni and cheese,
Baked winter squash, Fruit pie
3
Conv. Bake
350°F
1 hr 15 min
Meal # 3: Precooked ham,
Baked potatoes, Quick bread loaf
OR
Baked potatoes only
4
Conv. Bake
375°F
55 min
Meal # 4: Beef stew, Scalloped
potatoes, Frozen fruit pie
5
Conv. Roast
300°F
140°F
Beef roast rare
6
Conv. Roast
300°F
160°F
Beef roast medium
7
Conv. Roast
300°F
170°F
Beef roast well
Pork roast
Meat loaf
8
Conv. Bake
325°F
150°F
Casseroles
9
Conv. Bake
325°F
3 hr
Pot roast with vegetables – 3 lbs
0
Conv. Roast
400°F
18 min
Pizza
FOOD OR MEAL
Broiling
NOTE: Preheating is not necessary when
broiling.
1. Position rack.
See “Thermal broiling chart” on page 33
for recommended rack positions.
2. Put food in oven.
Place food on grid in broiler pan and
place in center of the oven rack.
Broiler grid
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3. Close door.
Close the door to the Broil Stop position
(open about 4 inches). The door will stay
open by itself.
4. Choose Broil setting.
PRESS
once for Maxi Broil
Maxi broil:
YOU SEE
BROIL
•MAXI
••ECONO
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
OR
PRESS
twice for Econo Broil
BROIL
Econo broil:
YOU SEE
•MAXI
••ECONO
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
BROIL
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
•MAXI
••ECONO
5. Set temperature (optional).
Do this step if you want to use variable
temperature broiling (see page 30).
Example:
PRESS
3
2
5
Maxi broil:
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
(See “Thermal broiling chart” on page 33 for
temperature recommendations.)
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
Econo broil:
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
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6. Start oven.
PRESS
START
ENTER
NOTE: Leave the door partly open
whenever using the oven to broil. This
allows the oven to maintain proper
temperatures. If you want to change the
broiling temperature after broiling has
begun, repeat Steps 4, 5, and 6.
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
Maxi broil:
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
Econo broil:
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
7. When broiling is done, turn
off oven.
PRESS
CANCEL
OFF
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP
Variable temperature broiling
• If food is cooking too fast or you want the
food to broil slower from the start, set the
broil temperature between 170°F and
325°F (77°C and 163°C). These temperature settings allow the broil heating
element to cycle and to slow cooking.
The lower the temperature, the slower
the cooking.
• Fish and chicken are some foods that
may cook better if you use lower broiling
temperatures. (See the “Thermal broiling
chart” on page 33 for temperature
recommendations.)
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Convection broiling
Convection broiling is actually high-temperature convection roasting. Use this setting
when broiling thick cuts of meat. Results are
similar to those you get when using a
rotisserie.
1. Position rack.
See “Thermal broiling chart” on page 33
for recommended rack positions.
2. Put food in oven.
Place food on grid in broiler pan and
place in center of the oven rack. Turn
the pan so the long side is parallel to
the oven door for the most even heat
and the best airflow.
3. Close door.
NOTE: Do not try to convection broil with
the door open. The fan will not operate.
4. Choose Convection Broil
setting.
CONVECTION
PRESS
BROIL
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
5. Set temperature (optional).
Do this step if you want to set a temperature (up to 450°F) other than 450°F.
Example:
PRESS
4
0
(See convection oven cookbook for
temperature recommendations.)
0
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
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6. Start oven.
PRESS
START
Example:
YOU SEE
ENTER
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
NOTE: If you want to change the convection broiling temperature after broiling has
begun, repeat Steps 4, 5, and 6.
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
7. When broiling is over, turn off
oven.
PRESS
CANCEL
OFF
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP
Broiling tips
• Always start broiling with a cold broiler
pan for even results.
• To retain more natural juice, do not
pierce meat with a fork.
• Trim the outer layer of fat from steaks
and chops.
• Slit fatty edges to prevent meat from
curling during broiling.
• Use a nonstick cooking spray or vegetable oil on the broiler pan and grid when
broiling fish to prevent sticking.
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Broiling rack positions
5
4
3
2
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Thermal broiling chart
– Press the Broil pad.
– The recommended rack position is numbered lowest (1) to highest (5).
RACK
POSITION
MEAT
Steak, 1" thick
• rare
• medium
• well-done
4
Steak, 11⁄ 2" thick
• rare
• medium
4
APPROXIMATE
TOTAL TIME
(MINUTES)
TEMPERATURE
500°F
16
21
25
500°F
23
28
Hamburger patties or
steaks, 1⁄2" thick or less
• medium
5
500°F
8-12
Lamb chops, 1" thick
4
400°F
18-20
Ham slice, 1⁄2" thick
1" thick
4
4
500°F
500°F
10-12
20-22
Pork chops, 1" thick
4
450°F
25-28
Frankfurters
4
500°F
8
Chicken pieces
3
500°F
32
⁄ " thick
1" thick
3
3
350°F
350°F
20
20-22
Calves liver, 1⁄2" thick
4
350°F
10-12
Fish,
12
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Timed cooking
The electronic clock/oven control will turn
the oven on and off at times you set, even
when you are not around.
Delayed time cooking is ideal for foods
which do not require a preheated oven, such
as meats and casseroles. Do not use
delayed time cooking for cakes, cookies,
etc. – they will not rise properly. Before
using timed cooking, make sure the
clock is set to the correct time of day.
(See “Setting the clock” on page 18.)
wWARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit in oven more than
one hour before or after cooking.
Doing so can result in death,
food poisoning, or sickness.
To start baking/roasting now and
stop automatically:
1. Prepare oven.
Position the oven rack(s) properly and
place the food in the oven. For correct
rack placement, see “Rack positions”
on page 41 and “Rack placement”
chart on page 41.
2. Choose setting.
CONVECTION
PRESS
BAKE
OR
BAKE
CONVECTION
OR ROAST
Example For
Convection
Roast:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
START?
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3. Set temperature (optional).
Do this step if you want to set a
temperature other than the one
displayed.
Example:
PRESS
3
2
5
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
(See a reliable cookbook or your
convection oven cookbook for
temperature recommendations.)
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
4. Set stop time.
PRESS
Example:
PRESS
3
STOP
TIME
0
0
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
START?
ON
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
5. Start oven.
PRESS
START
ENTER
When baking/roasting is done, “End” and
the time of day will show in the display.
Four tones will sound, followed by one short
tone every minute, until you open the door
or press the Cancel/Off pad.
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
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To delay start and stop automatically:
1. Prepare oven.
Position the oven rack(s) properly and
place the food in the oven. For correct
rack placement, see “Rack positions”
on page 41 and “Rack placement” chart
on page 41.
2. Choose setting.
CONVECTION
PRESS
BAKE
OR
BAKE
Example For
Convection
CONVECTION
Roast:
YOU SEE
OR ROAST
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
3. Set temperature (optional).
Do this step if you want to set a temperature other than the one displayed.
Example:
PRESS
3
2
5
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
(See a reliable cookbook or your convection oven cookbook for temperature
recommendations.)
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
4. Set start time.
PRESS
Example:
PRESS
1
0
START
TIME
0
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
START?
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ON
START?
ON
HR MIN
MIN SEC
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5. Set stop time.
PRESS
STOP
TIME
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
Example:
PRESS
3
0
0
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
6. Complete entry.
PRESS
START
ENTER
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
Example:
YOU SEE
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
When start time is reached:
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
START?
When baking/roasting is done, “End” and
the time of day will show in the display. Four
tones will sound, followed by one short tone
every minute, until you open the door or
press the Cancel/Off pad.
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
ON
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
To cancel timed cooking settings:
PRESS
CANCEL
OFF
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP
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Dehydrating
You can use your THERMAL-CONVECTION™
oven to dehydrate a variety of foods.
NOTE: To learn detailed information about
dehydration, refer to a book written specifically about dehydrating and/or preserving
foods.
1. Prepare food.
Prepare foods as recommended in
recipe.
2. Arrange food on drying racks.
Racks are not included with oven. See
below to order a dehydration kit* which
includes racks and a spacer or contact a
local store handling specialty cookware.
3. Place drying racks in the oven
to allow maximum air circulation around the racks.
NUMBER OF
RACKS
USE OVEN
RACK POSITION
1 rack
3
2 racks
2 and 4
3 racks
1, 3, and 5
4. Position door.
Attach the dehydration spacer*, which is
specially designed to depress the oven
light plunger and maintain the operation
of the fan during dehydration.
The spacer provides a 1 inch gap
between the oven frame and the oven
door allowing moisture to escape.
* The dehydration spacer (Part No.
814166) or the dehydration kit which
includes racks and a spacer (Part No.
4395974) can be ordered from your
local KitchenAid dealer, or by calling
1-800-422-1230 and following the
instructions and telephone prompts
you hear.
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Dehydration spacer
Oven light
plunger
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5. Choose Convection Bake
setting.
CONVECTION
PRESS
and hold for
2 seconds
BAKE
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
6. Set temperature (optional).
Do this step if you want to set a temperature (from 100°F to 200°F) other
than 140°F.
Example:
PRESS
1
2
5
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
7. Start oven.
PRESS
START
Example:
YOU SEE
ENTER
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
NOTE: If you want to change the dehydrating temperature after dehydrating has
begun, repeat Steps 5, 6, and 7.
8. When dehydrating is done, turn
off oven.
PRESS
CANCEL
OFF
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP
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Raising (proofing) bread
You can use your THERMAL-CONVECTION™
oven to proof bread.
1. Put bread in oven.
NOTE: Be sure to close the door.
2. Choose Convection Bake
setting.
CONVECTION
PRESS
and hold for
2 seconds
BAKE
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
3. Set temperature.
Set temperature to 100°F.
Example:
PRESS
1
0
0
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
4. Start oven.
PRESS
START
Example:
YOU SEE
ENTER
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
START?
5. When proofing is done, turn off
oven.
PRESS
CANCEL
OFF
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP
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Cooking tips
Baking tips
The hot air must circulate around the pans in
the oven for even heat to reach all parts of
the oven. This results in better baking.
For best air circulation:
• Place the pans so that one is not directly
over the other.
For proper cooking, follow these
guidelines:
• When using one rack, place the rack so
the top of the food will be centered in the
oven.
• When using two racks, place one rack in
position 1 and the other rack in position 3.
• Use only one cookie sheet in the oven at
a time when using the Bake setting.
Bakeware tips
• For best results, allow 11⁄2 to 2 inches of
space around each pan and between pans
and oven walls.
• When baking with one pan, place pan in
the center of the oven rack.
• When baking with two pans, place pans
in opposite corners of the oven rack.
NOTE: “Oven peeking” may cause heat
loss, longer cooking times, and unsatisfactory baking or roasting results. Rely on
your timer.
• When baking with insulated cookie
sheets or baking pans, place them in the
bottom third of the oven. You may need to
increase the recommended baking times,
so test for doneness before removing from
the oven.
• When using ovenproof glassware or
dark bakeware, reduce the oven temperature by 25°F, but use the same baking
time. Because these pans absorb heat,
producing darker bottom browning and
crispier crusts, place the rack in the center
of the oven. When baking pies and bread,
you can use the temperature suggested in
the recipe.
Rack placement for specific
foods:
(For rack positions, see “Rack positions” in
previous column.)
Rack positions
FOOD
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
5
4
3
2
1
Your oven has two straight racks and five
rack positions. Rack position 5 is the highest
position, or farthest from the bottom of the
oven. Rack position 1 is the lowest position,
or closest to the bottom of the oven.
Frozen pies
RACK
POSITION
2
Angel food and bundt
cakes, most quick
breads, yeast breads,
casseroles, meats
1 or 2
Cookies, biscuits,
muffins, cakes,
nonfrozen pies
2 or 3
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Using aluminum foil in the oven
(For thermal baking)
Use aluminum foil to catch spillovers from
pies or casseroles.
• Place the foil on the oven rack below the
rack with the food. Turn foil edges up and
make sure foil is about 1 inch larger all
around than the dish holding the food.
• Do not cover the entire rack with aluminum foil. It will reduce air circulation and
cause poor cooking results.
• Do not line oven bottom or entire oven
rack with foil or other liners. It could affect
the quality of your baking.
• When baking on two or three racks, use
the Convection Bake setting for more even
results. (You can, however, use only one
rack when Convection Baking.)
• To use three racks during convection
baking, place racks in position 5 (the
highest position), 3 and 1 (the closest to
the oven bottom). This allows all three
racks to be an equal distance apart for
better baking.
• Stagger cake pans or other cookware in
opposite directions on each rack when
three racks are used.
Roasting tips
Convection baking tips
(convection bake pad)
• Do not use aluminum foil when convection
baking. Aluminum foil may block airflow.
• Reduce recommended recipe oven
temperature by approximately 25°F. See
recipe adaption chart in your convection
oven cookbook for recommended
temperatures.
• For most recipes, you can reduce convection baking time compared to standard
baking times. See convection baking chart
in your convection oven cookbook for
recommended baking times.
• Roast meats fat-side up in a shallow pan
using a roasting rack.
• Use a roasting pan that fits the size of
the food to be roasted. Meat juices may
overflow the sides of a pan that is too
small. Too large of a pan will result in
increased oven spatter.
• Spatter can be reduced by lining the
bottom of the roasting pan with lightly
crushed aluminum foil.
NOTE: Cooking time may be longer when
you use more than one rack.
• A foil tent will slow down surface browning
for long-term roasting, as when roasting a
turkey. Place tent-shaped foil loosely over
meat to allow for air circulation. Do not seal
foil or meat will be steamed.
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• Use an accurate meat thermometer or
temperature probe (see page 24) to
determine when meat has reached desired
degree of doneness. Insert the thermometer or probe into the center of the thickest
portion of the meat or inner thigh or breast
of poultry. For an accurate reading, the tip
of the thermometer or probe should not
touch fat, bone, or gristle.
• After reading the thermometer once,
push it further into the meat 1⁄ 2 inch or
more and read again. If the temperature
drops, return the meat to the oven for
more cooking.
• Check pork and poultry with a thermometer in 2-3 places to ensure adequate
doneness.
• Poultry and roasts will be easier to
carve if loosely covered with foil and
allowed to stand 10-15 minutes after
removal from the oven.
• You can reduce roasting times and
temperatures for most standard recipes
when using the Convection Roast setting.
See convection roasting chart in your
convection oven cookbook for recommended roasting times and temperatures.
• Use the convection roasting rack on
the broiler pan (both included with your
range). (The convection roasting rack rests
on the broiler pan, not inside it.) The long
side of the rack should be parallel with the
oven door for best heat distribution and
airflow.
NOTE: Place the convection roasting rack
on the broiler pan with grid to contain the
drippings as the meat roasts.
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Cleaning your oven and controls
wWARNING
Explosion Hazard
Do not store flammable materials such as gasoline near this
appliance.
Doing so can result in death, explosion, fire, or burns.
PART
WHAT TO USE
HOW TO CLEAN
Control knobs
Sponge and warm,
soapy water
• Turn knobs to OFF and pull straight away
from control panel.
• Wash, rinse, and dry thoroughly. Do
not soak.
• Do not use steel wool or abrasive
cleansers. They may damage the finish
of the knobs.
• Replace knobs. Make sure all knobs
point to OFF.
Control panel
Sponge and warm,
soapy water
• Wash, wipe with clean water, and dry
thoroughly.
• Do not use steel wool or abrasive
cleansers. They may damage the finish.
• Do not spray cleaner directly on panel.
Apply cleaner to paper towel.
NOTE: Make sure you have not turned the
oven on when cleaning panel. If you have,
press the Cancel/Off pad.
OR
Paper towel and
spray glass cleaner
Exterior surfaces
(other than
ceramic cooktop
and control panel)
Sponge and warm,
soapy water
• Wash, wipe with clean water, and dry
thoroughly.
• Use nonabrasive, plastic scrubbing pad on
heavily soiled areas.
• Do not use abrasive or harsh cleansers.
They may damage the finish.
Broiler pan and
grid (clean after
each use)
Steel-wool pad and
warm, soapy water
• Wash, rinse, and dry thoroughly.
• Do not clean the pan and grid in the
Self-Cleaning cycle.
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PART
WHAT TO USE
HOW TO CLEAN
Oven racks
Steel-wool pad and
warm, soapy water
OR
The Self-Cleaning
cycle
• Wash, rinse, and dry thoroughly.
OR
• Leave in oven during Self-Cleaning cycle.
NOTE: Racks will permanently discolor and
become harder to slide if left in oven during
the Self-Cleaning cycle. Apply a small
amount of vegetable oil to the side rungs
to aid sliding.
Oven door glass
Paper towel and spray • Make sure oven is cool.
glass cleaner
• Follow directions provided with the
cleaner.
OR
Warm, soapy water
• Wash, wipe with clean water, and dry
and a nonabrasive,
thoroughly.
plastic scrubbing pad
Oven cavity
Self-Cleaning cycle
• Wipe up food spills containing sugar as
soon as possible after the oven cools down.
(See “Using the Self-Cleaning Cycle” on
page 47.)
• See “Using the Self-Cleaning Cycle” on
pages 47-50.
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Using and replacing the oven light(s)
Your oven may have a standard oven light
or two side halogen lights. The oven light(s)
will come on when you open the oven door.
To turn the light(s) on when the oven door is
closed, press the Oven Light pad on the
control panel. Press the pad again to turn
off the light(s).
Replacing oven lights
(models with side halogen lights):
1. Disconnect appliance at the main power
supply. Make sure the oven is cool before
replacing the light bulb.
Replacing the oven light
(models with light on back wall):
1. Disconnect appliance at main power
supply. Make sure the oven is cool before
replacing the light bulb.
2. Remove the glass bulb cover in the back
of the oven by screwing it out counterclockwise.
3. Remove the light bulb from its socket.
Replace the bulb with a 40-watt appliance bulb.
4. Replace the bulb cover by screwing it in
clockwise. Reconnect appliance at main
power supply.
NOTE: The oven light will not work during
the Self-Cleaning cycle.
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2. Remove glass light cover by grasping
front edge of cover and pulling it away
from the side wall of the oven.
3. Remove the light bulb from its socket.
Replace the bulb with another halogen
bulb (12 volt, 5 watt maximum, available
at most hardware stores).
4. Replace the light cover by snapping it
back into wall. Reconnect appliance at
main power supply.
NOTE: The oven lights will not work during
the Self-Cleaning cycle.
Using the Self-Cleaning Cycle
The Self-Cleaning cycle saves you from the toil and mess that often come with handcleaning the oven interior. Like the other functions of your oven, you operate the
Self-Cleaning cycle with the easy-to-use electronic control. To use this cycle properly,
follow the step-by-step instructions in this section.
wWARNING
Burn Hazard
Do not touch the oven during the Self-Cleaning cycle.
Keep children away from oven during Self-Cleaning cycle.
Do not use commercial oven cleaners in your oven.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in burns, or
illness from inhaling dangerous fumes.
Before you start
DO NOT
hand-clean
gasket
Hand-clean frame
Hand-clean door
around edge
Before you start the Self-Cleaning cycle,
make sure you:
• Hand-clean the areas shown. They do
not get hot enough during the Self-Cleaning cycle for soil to burn away. Use hot
water and detergent or a soapy steelwool pad for cleaning.
NOTE: DO NOT clean, move, or bend
the gasket. Poor cleaning, baking and
roasting may result.
• Remove the broiler pan and grid and
anything else being stored in the oven.
• Wipe out any loose soil or grease. This
will help reduce smoke during the SelfCleaning cycle.
• Wipe up food spills containing sugar as
soon as possible after the oven cools
down. When sugar is heated to a high
temperature in the Self-Cleaning cycle, the
high temperature can cause the sugar to
burn and react with the porcelain. This can
cause staining and etching or pitting.
• Remove the oven racks from the oven if
you want them to remain shiny. You can
clean racks in the Self-Cleaning cycle,
but they will discolor and become harder
to slide. If you clean racks in the SelfCleaning cycle, place them on the
rack guides.
• Heat and odors are normal during the
Self-Cleaning cycle. Keep the kitchen
well ventilated by opening a window or
by turning on a vent hood or other
kitchen vent during the cycle.
NOTES:
• Do not block the vent during the SelfCleaning cycle. Air must move freely for
best cleaning results.
• Do not leave plastic utensils on the
cooktop. They may melt.
• Do not leave any foil in oven during the
Self-Cleaning cycle. Foil could burn or
melt and damage the oven surface.
• The oven lights will not work during the
Self-Cleaning cycle.
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Setting the controls
Make sure clock is set to correct time of day.
(See “Setting the clock” on page 18.)
To start cleaning immediately:
1. Choose clean setting.
PRESS
CLEAN
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
A 3-hour Self-Cleaning cycle will be set.
NOTE: You cannot open the door when
LOCKED is on.
2. Set clean time (optional).
If you want a Self-Cleaning cycle other
than 3 hours, press the desired
number pads for the new time up
to 4 hours.
Example:
PRESS
4
0
0
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
• Use 2 hours for light soil.
• Use 3-4 hours for moderate to heavy soil.
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
HR MIN
START?
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
3. Start oven.
PRESS
START
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
ENTER
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
NOTE: If you want to change the cleaning time after cleaning has begun, repeat
Steps 1-3.
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
To delay clean using start time:
1. Choose clean setting.
PRESS
CLEAN
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
START?
A 3-hour Self-Cleaning cycle will be set.
NOTE: You cannot open the door when
LOCKED is on.
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ON
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
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2. Set clean time (optional).
If you want a Self-Cleaning cycle other
than 3 hours, press the desired
number pads for the new time up
to 4 hours.
Example:
PRESS
4
0
0
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
• Use 2 hours for light soil.
• Use 3-4 hours for moderate to heavy
soil.
3. Set start time.
PRESS
START
TIME
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
HR MIN
START?
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
Example:
PRESS
3
0
0
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
Example:
YOU SEE
HR MIN
MIN SEC
START STOP TIME
4. Complete entry.
PRESS
START
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
ENTER
HR MIN
MIN SEC
START STOP TIME
NOTE: If you want to change the cleaning time after cleaning has begun, repeat
Steps 1-4.
When the Self-Cleaning
cycle starts:
Example:
YOU SEE
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
START?
After the Self-Cleaning cycle
is completed:
When the oven cools to normal
baking/roasting temperatures:
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
CLEAN
ON
HR MIN
MIN SEC
CLEAN START STOP TIME
LOCKED
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
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To stop the Self-Cleaning cycle at
any time:
PRESS
CANCEL
OFF
When the oven cools to normal
baking/roasting temperature:
Example:
YOU SEE
(time of
day)
DELAY
CLEAN
DEHYD
TIMED
LOCKED
ROTIS
ON
HR MIN
START?
MIN SEC
START STOP
For best cleaning results
• After the oven cools to room temperature, wipe up any residue or ash with a
damp cloth or sponge. If any spots remain,
clean with a mild abrasive cleanser or
cleaning sponge.
• Clean the oven before it gets heavily
soiled. Cleaning a very soiled oven takes
longer and results in more smoke than
usual.
• If the Self-Cleaning cycle does not get
the oven as clean as you expected, the
cycle may not have been set long enough
or you may not have prepared the oven
properly. Set the Self-Cleaning cycle
longer the next time and hand-clean areas
noted on page 47.
The Self-Cleaning cycle uses very high heat
to burn away soil and grease. During the
cycle, the oven gets much hotter than it
does for normal baking or broiling. This high
heat breaks up the soil or grease and burns
it away.
Your oven is preset for a 3-hour SelfCleaning cycle. However, the cycle time can
be adjusted to the amount of soil in your
oven. The cycle can be set anywhere
between 2 and 4 hours. (See “Setting the
controls” on page 48.)
The graph at the right is representative of
a normal, 3-hour Self-Cleaning cycle. Note
that the heating stops when the 3-hour
setting is up, but it takes longer for the oven
to cool enough to unlock.
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Temperature
How the cycle works
875°F ( 468°C )
CLEANING CYCLE
OVEN SHUT OFF
( normal broiling temperature )
DOOR UNLOCKS
DOOR LOCKS
START
1
2
Time In Hours
3
STOP
Need Assistance
IforYouService
Questions or comments? Call our toll-free Consumer Assistance Center
telephone number, 1-800-422-1230.
This section is designed to help you save the cost of a service call. Part 1 of this section
outlines possible problems, their causes, and actions you can take to solve each problem.
Parts 2 and 3 tell you what to do if you still need assistance or service. When calling our
Consumer Assistance Center for help or calling for service, please provide a detailed
description of the problem, your appliance’s complete model and serial numbers, and the
purchase or installation date. (See page 2.) This information will help us respond properly
to your request.
1. Before calling for service:
If your appliance should fail to operate, review the following list before calling your dealer.
You could save the cost of a service call.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
WHAT TO DO
Nothing will
operate
The unit is not wired into
a live circuit with proper
voltage.
A household fuse has blown
or a circuit breaker has
tripped.
Wire the unit into a live circuit with
proper voltage. (See Installation
Instructions.)
Replace household fuse or reset
circuit breaker.
The oven will
not operate
You have not set the electronic control correctly.
Refer to the section in this manual
describing the function you are
operating.
Wait for the start time to be reached
or cancel and reset the controls.
You have programmed a
delayed start time.
The surface
units will not
operate
The control
knob(s) will
not turn
A household fuse has blown
or a circuit breaker has
tripped.
Replace household fuse or reset
circuit breaker.
You have not set the control
knobs correctly.
Push control knobs in before turning
to a setting.
You are not pushing in
before turning.
Push control knob(s) in before
turning to a setting.
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I f You Need Assistance or Service
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
WHAT TO DO
The SelfCleaning
cycle will not
operate
You have programmed a
delayed start time.
Wait for the start time to be reached
or cancel and reset the controls.
Cooking
results are not
what you
expected
The range is not level.
Level range. (See Installation
Instructions.)
The oven temperature seems
too low or too high.
Adjust the oven temperature. (See
“Adjusting oven temperature” on
page 23.)
You did not preheat the oven
before baking.
The recipe you are using may
need to be altered to improve
the taste or appearance of
the food.
Preheat oven when called for in
recipe.
Alter recipe as needed.
The pan used is not the
correct type or size.
Refer to a reliable cookbook or recipe
for recommended pan type and size.
There is not proper air
circulation around pan
when baking.
Allow 11⁄2 to 2 inches of air space
on all sides of pan.
Cookware does not fit the
surface unit being used.
Pan should be the same size or
slightly larger than surface unit
being used.
There has been a power
failure.
Reset the clock. (See page 18.)
The display
is flashing
“88:88”
“F-” followed
by a number
shows in the
display
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Call for service. (See Step 3 on
page 53.)
I f You Need Assistance or Service
2. If the problem is not due to one
of the items listed in Step 1:
4. If you are not satisfied with the
action taken:
• Call KitchenAid Consumer Assistance
Center:
• Contact the Major Appliance Consumer
Action Program (MACAP). MACAP is a
group of independent consumer experts
that voices consumer views at the highest
levels of the major appliance industry.
• Contact MACAP only when the dealer,
authorized servicer, and KitchenAid have
failed to resolve your problem.
Major Appliance Consumer Action Program
20 North Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60606
• MACAP will in turn inform us of your action.
1-800-422-1230
One of our trained consultants
can instruct you in how to
obtain satisfactory operation from your
appliance or, if service is necessary,
recommend a qualified service company
in your area.
• If you prefer, write to:
KitchenAid Brand Home Appliances
Consumer Assistance Center
c/o Correspondence Dept.
2000 North M-63
Benton Harbor, MI 49022-2692
Please include a daytime phone number
in your correspondence.
3. If you need service*:
* When asking for help or service:
Please provide a detailed description
of the problem, your appliance’s complete model and serial numbers, and
the purchase date. (See page 2.) This
information will help us respond properly to your request.
• Call your dealer or the repair service he
recommends.
• All service should be handled
SERVICE
locally by the dealer from whom
you purchased the unit or an
authorized KitchenAid servicer.
• If you are unable to obtain the name of a
local authorized KitchenAid servicer, call
our Consumer Assistance Center telephone number (see Step 2).
Don’t forget, KitchenAid offers a full line of quality home appliances.
Built-In Refrigerators
Trash Compactors
Ranges & Cooktops
Freestanding Refrigerators
Hot Water Dispensers
Microwave Ovens
50-Pound Ice Makers
Food Waste Disposers
Washers & Dryers
Dishwashers
Built-In Ovens
Mixers & Blenders
For more information on these appliances, or the one you have purchased, call our
toll-free Consumer Assistance Center telephone number, 1-800-422-1230.
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E
Electric Range
Warranty
LENGTH OF
WARRANTY:
KITCHENAID
WILL PAY FOR:
KITCHENAID
WILL NOT PAY FOR:
ONE-YEAR FULL
WARRANTY
FROM DATE OF
PURCHASE.
Replacement parts
and repair labor costs
to correct defects in
materials or workmanship. Service must be
provided by an authorized KitchenAid
servicing outlet.
SECONDTHROUGH FIFTHYEAR LIMITED
WARRANTY
FROM DATE OF
PURCHASE.
Replacement parts for
any electric element
to correct defects in
materials or workmanship. Replacement
ceramic glass if
breakage is due to
defects in materials
or workmanship.
Replacement parts for
solid state touch control
system to correct
defects in materials or
workmanship.
SECONDTHROUGH TENTHYEAR LIMITED
WARRANTY
FROM DATE OF
PURCHASE.
Replacement parts for
the porcelain oven
cavity/inner door if the
part rusts through due
to defects in materials
or workmanship.
A. Service calls to:
1. Correct the installation of the
range.
2. Instruct you how to use the
range.
3. Replace house fuses or correct
house wiring.
B. Repairs when range is used in other
than normal home use.
C. Damage resulting from accident,
alteration, misuse, abuse, improper
installation, or installation not in
accordance with local electrical
codes.
D. Any labor costs during the limited
warranties.
E. Replacement parts or repair labor
costs for units operated outside the
United States.
F. Pickup and delivery. This product
is designed to be repaired in the
home.
G. Repairs to ceramic glass cooktop if it
has not been cared for as recommended in this Use and Care Guide.
H. Repairs to parts or systems caused
by unauthorized modifications made
to the appliance.
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KITCHENAID DOES NOT ASSUME ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so this exclusion or limitation may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state.
Outside the United States, a different warranty may apply. For details, please contact
your authorized KitchenAid dealer.
If you need service, first see the “If You Need Assistance or Service” section of this book.
After checking “If You Need Assistance or Service,” additional help can be found by calling
our Consumer Assistance Center telephone number, 1-800-422-1230, from anywhere in
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KitchenAid
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PART NO. 9780936 Rev. A
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