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DUAL FUEL RANGE
ARCHITECT® SERIES II
Use & Care Guide
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CUISINIÈRE À BI-COMBUSTIBLE
ARCHITECT® SÉRIE II
Guide d’utilisation et d’entretien
Au Canada, pour assistance, installation ou service composez le 1-800-807-6777
ou visitez notre site web à www.KitchenAid.ca
Table of Contents/Table des matières............................................................................. 2
Models/Modèles KDRS807 KDSS907 YKDRS807 YKDSS907
W10162199A
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE DES MATIÈRES
RANGE SAFETY .............................................................................3
The Anti-Tip Bracket ....................................................................4
PARTS AND FEATURES................................................................6
COOKTOP USE ..............................................................................7
Cooktop Controls.........................................................................7
TripleTier® Flame Burner with InstaWok™ Grate.........................8
Sealed Surface Burners ...............................................................9
Cookware ...................................................................................10
Home Canning ...........................................................................10
GLASS TOUCH-ACTIVATED ELECTRONIC
OVEN CONTROL ..........................................................................11
Electronic Control Pads .............................................................11
Oven Displays ............................................................................11
Start ............................................................................................11
Control Lock...............................................................................11
Off ...............................................................................................11
Clock/Timer Display ...................................................................11
Timer...........................................................................................12
OPTIONS .......................................................................................12
Options Selection Pad ...............................................................12
Fahrenheit and Celsius - Option 1 .............................................12
Tones - Options 2, 3, 4 ..............................................................12
Dehydrate - Option 5 .................................................................12
Oven Temperature Calibration - Option 6 .................................13
Sabbath Mode - Option 7 ..........................................................13
OVEN USE.....................................................................................14
Aluminum Foil.............................................................................14
Bakeware....................................................................................14
Meat Thermometer.....................................................................15
Temperature Probe ....................................................................15
Oven Vent...................................................................................15
Positioning Racks and Bakeware ..............................................15
Bake............................................................................................16
Broil ............................................................................................16
Convection Cooking...................................................................17
EasyConvect™ Conversion .......................................................17
Convection Bake........................................................................18
Convection Roast.......................................................................18
Convection Broil.........................................................................19
Proofing Bread ...........................................................................20
Timed Cooking ...........................................................................20
Warming Drawer ........................................................................20
RANGE CARE ...............................................................................21
Self-Cleaning Cycle....................................................................21
General Cleaning........................................................................22
Oven Light(s) ..............................................................................23
Oven Door ..................................................................................24
Warming Drawer ........................................................................24
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................25
ASSISTANCE OR SERVICE.........................................................26
In the U.S.A. ...............................................................................26
In Canada ...................................................................................27
WARRANTY ..................................................................................28
SÉCURITÉ DE LA CUISINIÈRE ...................................................29
La bride antibasculement...........................................................30
PIÈCES ET CARACTÉRISTIQUES ..............................................32
UTILISATION DE LA TABLE DE CUISSON ................................33
Commandes de la table de cuisson ..........................................33
Brûleur TripleTier® avec grille InstaWok™ ................................35
Brûleurs de surface scellés ........................................................36
Ustensiles de cuisson ................................................................37
Préparation de conserves à la maison.......................................37
COMMANDE ÉLECTRONIQUE TACTILE DU FOUR.................38
Touches de commande électroniques ......................................38
Afficheurs du four .......................................................................38
Start (mise en marche) ...............................................................38
Control Lock (verrouillage des commandes) .............................38
Off (arrêt).....................................................................................38
Affichage horloge/minuterie .......................................................38
Minuterie.....................................................................................39
OPTIONS .......................................................................................39
Touche de sélection des options...............................................39
Fahrenheit et Celsius - Option 1 ................................................39
Signaux sonores - Options 2, 3, 4 .............................................39
Déshydrater - Option 5...............................................................39
Calibrage de la température du four - Option 6 ........................40
Mode Sabbat - Option 7 ............................................................40
UTILISATION DU FOUR...............................................................41
Papier d’aluminium.....................................................................41
Ustensiles de cuisson ................................................................41
Thermomètre à viande ...............................................................42
Sonde thermométrique ..............................................................42
Évent du four ..............................................................................43
Positionnement des grilles et des ustensiles de cuisson ..........43
Cuisson au four ..........................................................................43
Cuisson au gril............................................................................44
Cuisson par convection .............................................................45
Conversion EasyConvect™ .......................................................45
Cuisson au four par convection .................................................45
Rôtissage par convection ..........................................................46
Cuisson au gril par convection...................................................47
Levée du pain .............................................................................47
Cuisson minutée.........................................................................47
Tiroir-réchaud .............................................................................48
ENTRETIEN DE LA CUISINIÈRE.................................................49
Programme d'autonettoyage .....................................................49
Nettoyage général ......................................................................50
Lampe(s) du four ........................................................................51
Porte du four...............................................................................51
Tiroir-réchaud .............................................................................52
DÉPANNAGE.................................................................................52
ASSISTANCE OU SERVICE.........................................................54
GARANTIE.....................................................................................55
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RANGE SAFETY
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety
messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word “DANGER” or “WARNING.”
These words mean:
DANGER
WARNING
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't immediately
follow instructions.
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't follow
instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what can
happen if the instructions are not followed.
WARNING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion
may result causing property damage, personal injury or death.
– Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
– WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch.
• Do not use any phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone. Follow the gas supplier's
instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
– Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or
the gas supplier.
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The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act requires the Governor of California to publish a list of substances
known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm, and requires businesses to warn of
potential exposure to such substances.
WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other
reproductive harm.
This appliance can cause low-level exposure to some of the substances listed, including benzene, formaldehyde, carbon
monoxide, toluene, and soot.
The Anti-Tip Bracket
The range will not tip during normal use. However, the range can tip if you apply too much force or weight to the open door without the
anti-tip bracket fastened down properly.
WARNING
Tip Over Hazard
A child or adult can tip the range and be killed.
Connect anti-tip bracket to rear range foot.
Reconnect the anti-tip bracket, if the range is moved.
See the installation instructions for details.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or serious burns to children and adults.
Anti-Tip Bracket
Making sure the anti-tip bracket is installed:
• Slide range forward.
• Look for the anti-tip bracket securely attached to floor.
• Slide range back so rear range foot is under anti-tip bracket.
Range Foot
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injury to
persons, or damage when using the range, follow basic
precautions, including the following:
■ WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF TIPPING OF THE
RANGE, THE RANGE MUST BE SECURED BY PROPERLY
INSTALLED ANTI-TIP DEVICES. TO CHECK IF THE DEVICES
ARE INSTALLED PROPERLY, SLIDE RANGE COMPLETELY
FORWARD, LOOK FOR ANTI-TIP BRACKET SECURELY
ATTACHED TO THE WALL BEHIND THE RANGE AND SLIDE
RANGE COMPLETELY BACK SO ANTI-TIP BRACKET IS OVER
REAR BRACE OF RANGE.
■ WARNING: 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 oven.
■ WARNING: NEVER cover any slots, holes or passages in the
oven bottom or cover an entire rack with materials such as
aluminum foil. Doing so blocks air flow through the oven and
may cause carbon monoxide poisoning. Aluminum foil linings
may also trap heat, causing a fire hazard.
■ CAUTION: Do not store items of interest to children in
cabinets above a range or on the backguard of a range –
children climbing on the range to reach items could be seriously
injured.
■ Do Not Leave Children Alone – Children should not be left alone
or unattended in area where the range is in use. They should
never be allowed to sit or stand on any part of the range.
■ Wear Proper Apparel – Loose-fitting or hanging garments
should never be worn while using the range.
■ User Servicing – Do not repair or replace any part of the range
unless specifically recommended in the manual. All other
servicing should be referred to a qualified technician.
■ Storage in or on the Range – Flammable materials should not
be stored in an oven or near surface units.
■
Do Not Use Water on Grease Fires – Smother fire or flame or
use dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher.
■
Use Only Dry Potholders – Moist or damp potholders on hot
surfaces may result in burns from steam. Do not let potholder
touch hot heating elements. Do not use a towel or other bulky
cloth.
DO NOT TOUCH SURFACE UNITS OR AREAS NEAR UNITS –
Surface units may be hot even though they are dark in color.
Areas near surface units may become hot enough to cause
burns. During and after use, do not touch, or let clothing or
other flammable materials contact surface units or areas near
units until they have had sufficient time to cool. Among those
areas are the cooktop and surfaces facing the cooktop.
Never Leave Surface Units Unattended at High Heat Settings –
Boilover causes smoking and greasy spillovers that may ignite.
Glazed Cooking Utensils – Only certain types of glass,
glass/ceramic, ceramic, earthenware, or other glazed utensils
are suitable for range-top service without breaking due to the
sudden change in temperature.
Utensil Handles Should Be Turned Inward and Not Extend Over
Adjacent Surface Units – To reduce the risk of burns, ignition of
flammable materials, and spillage due to unintentional contact
with the utensil, the handle of a utensil should be positioned so
that it is turned inward, and does not extend over adjacent
surface units.
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Clean Cooktop With Caution – If a wet sponge or cloth
is used to wipe spills on a hot cooking area, be careful
to avoid steam burn. Some cleaners can produce
noxious fumes if applied to a hot surface.
Use Care When Opening Door – Let hot air or steam
escape before removing or replacing food.
Do Not Heat Unopened Food Containers – Build-up of
pressure may cause container to burst and result in
injury.
Keep Oven Vent Ducts Unobstructed.
Placement of Oven Racks – Always place oven racks in
desired location while oven is cool. If rack must be
moved while oven is hot, do not let potholder contact
hot heating element in oven.
■ DO NOT TOUCH HEATING ELEMENTS OR INTERIOR
SURFACES OF OVEN – Heating elements may be hot
even though they are dark in color. Interior surfaces of
an oven become hot enough to cause burns. During
and after use, do not touch, or let clothing or other
flammable materials contact heating elements or interior
surfaces of oven until they have had sufficient time to
cool. Other surfaces of the appliance may become hot
enough to cause burns – among these surfaces are
oven vent openings and surfaces near these openings,
oven doors, and windows of oven doors.
■ Proper Installation – The range, when installed, must be
electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or,
in the absence of local codes, with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. In Canada, the range
must be electrically grounded in accordance with
Canadian Electrical Code. Be sure the range is properly
installed and grounded by a qualified technician.
■ Disconnect the electrical supply before servicing the
appliance.
■ Injuries may result from the misuse of appliance doors
or drawers such as stepping, leaning, or sitting on the
doors or drawers.
■ Maintenance – Keep range area clear and free from
combustible materials, gasoline, and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
■ Top burner flame size should be adjusted so it does not
extend beyond the edge of the cooking utensil.
For self-cleaning ranges –
■ Do Not Clean Door Gasket – The door gasket is
essential for a good seal. Care should be taken not to
rub, damage, or move the gasket.
■ Do Not Use Oven Cleaners – No commercial oven
cleaner or oven liner protective coating of any kind
should be used in or around any part of the oven.
■ Clean Only Parts Listed in Manual.
■
■
Before Self-Cleaning the Oven – Remove broiler pan
and other utensils. Wipe off all excessive spillage before
initiating the cleaning cycle.
For units with ventilating hood –
■ Clean Ventilating Hoods Frequently – Grease should not
be allowed to accumulate on hood or filter.
■ When flambéing foods under the hood, turn the fan on.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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PARTS AND FEATURES
This manual covers several different models. The range you have purchased may have some or all of the items listed. The locations and
appearances of the features shown here may not match those of your model.
Control Panel
B
A
F
C
ON
CONTROL
LOCKED
CLEAN TIME
PROBE TEMP
NIGHT
LIGHT
MIN
HR
SEC MIN
DELAY
HR MIN
COOK TIME
START
TIME
STOP
TIME
MED LOW HI
C
D
A. Surface burner locator
B. Oven display
C. Left rear control knob (6000 Btu/h)
G
F
E
D. Left front dual valve TripleTier® flame burner
knob (15,000 Btu/h)
E. Electronic oven control
Range
F. Right front control knob (6000 Btu/h)
G. Right rear control knob (12,500 Btu/h)
Oven Interior
H
I
G
J
F
K
E
A
B
C
A
L
D
M
N
C
B
D
O
E
A
A. Warming drawer
B. CleanBake™ Element
C. Anti-tip bracket
D. Broil element (not shown)
E. Oven vent
F. Left front surface burner (dual valve TripleTier®
flame burner with InstaWok™ Grate on some
models)
G. Left rear surface burner
H. Standard grate
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I. Right rear surface burner
J. Right front surface burner
K. Control panel
L. Automatic oven light switch/
self-clean latch
M. Door gasket
N. Model and serial number plate
O. Oven door window
Parts and Features not shown
Broiler pan and grid
Temperature probe
A. Oven lights
B. Full and center broil elements
C. Oven cavity sensor
D. T.H.E.™ convection fan and element
(not visible)
E. CleanBake™ element (not visible)
COOKTOP USE
Cooktop Controls
WARNING
TripleTier® Burner with High Power Settings and Low
Simmer Settings
OFF
Li
te
SIMMER BUR
NE
Me
Hi
R
Fire Hazard
d
POWER
BU
Hi M
ed RNE
Turn off all controls when not cooking.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death
or fire.
IMPORTANT: Your cooktop is factory-set for use with Natural
gas. If you wish to use LP Gas, an LP Gas Conversion Kit is
included with your new range. Models with the TripleTier® Flame
Burner will include a TripleTier® Burner LP Gas Conversion Kit
and a kit for standard ranges. See “Installation Instructions” for
details on making this conversion.
Electric igniters automatically light the surface burners when
control knobs are turned to LITE.
Before setting a control knob, place filled cookware on the grate.
Do not operate a burner while using empty cookware or without
any cookware on the grate.
NOTE: Visually check that the burner has lit. If the burner does
not ignite, listen for the clicking sound. If you do not hear the
igniter click, turn the burner off. Check for a tripped circuit
breaker or blown fuse.
Check that the control knob is pressed completely down on the
valve shaft. If the spark igniter still does not operate, call a trained
repair specialist.
Proper grounding and polarity are necessary for correct operation
of the electric ignition system. If the wall receptacle does not
provide correct polarity, the igniters will become grounded and
occasionally click, even after the burner has ignited. Contact a
trained repair specialist to check the wall receptacle to see
whether it is wired with the correct polarity.
REMEMBER: When range is in use or (on some models)
during the Self-Cleaning cycle, the entire cooktop area may
become hot.
Power failure
In case of prolonged power failure, the surface burners can be lit
manually. Hold a lit match near a burner and turn knob
counterclockwise to LITE. After burner lights, turn knob to
setting.
Lo
R
Lo
Do not let the burner flame extend beyond the edge of
the pan.
NOTE: Settings are marked on the control knob.
The TripleTier® Flame Burner (15,000 Btu/h [British Thermal
Units]) can provide the highest heat setting and 3 levels of
simmer control. It is ideal for cooking large quantities of food or
liquid and using large pots and pans.
High Power Settings
To Set:
1. Push in and turn knob counterclockwise to LITE.
All surface burners will click. Only the simmer burner with the
control knob turned to Lite will produce a flame.
2. Push in and turn knob counterclockwise to POWER BURNER
HI. All 3 burner rings will produce a flame.
3. Turn knob to anywhere between POWER BURNER HI and
POWER BURNER LO.
Use the following chart as a guide when setting Power Burner
heat levels.
HIGH POWER
SETTING
RECOMMENDED USE
HI
■
Start food cooking.
■
Bring liquid to a boil.
■
Wok cooking.
■
Maintain a slow boil.
■
Fry poultry or meat.
■
Cook pudding, sauce, icing or
gravy.
■
Fry or sauté foods.
■
Hold a slow boil.
MED
(Medium)
LO
Simmer Settings
1. Push in and turn knob counterclockwise to LITE.
All surface burners will click. Only the simmer burner with the
control knob turned to Lite will produce a flame.
2. Push in and turn knob counterclockwise to anywhere
between SIMMER BURNER HI and SIMMER BURNER LO.
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Use the following chart as a guide when setting Simmer Burner
heat levels.
SIMMER SETTINGS
RECOMMENDED USE
LITE
■
Light the burner.
■
Cooking thicker foods such as
tomato sauce, chili.
■
Stew or steam foods.
MED
(Medium)
■
Cooking medium-density foods
such as cream soups, sauces and
gravy.
LO
■
Keep food warm.
■
Simmer.
HI
Medium and Small Burner Control
Use the following chart as a guide when setting heat levels.
SETTING
RECOMMENDED USE
HI
■
Start food cooking.
■
Bring liquid to a boil.
Medium High
between
MED and HI
■
Hold a rapid boil.
■
Quickly brown or sear food.
MED (Medium)
■
Hold a slow boil.
■
Fry poultry or meat.
Medium Low
between
MED and LO
■
Stew or steam food.
■
Cook pudding, sauce, icing or
gravy.
LO
■
Keep food warm.
■
Simmer.
OFF
TripleTier® Flame Burner
with InstaWok™ Grate
Hi
Lo
Lite
A
Med
NOTE: Settings are marked on the control knob.
All of the burner controls provide a range of cooking settings from
HI to LO.
The medium burner (12,500 Btu/h) provides the high heat setting,
and is ideal for cooking medium-sized quantities of food or liquid
and using medium-sized pots and pans.
The small burners (6,000 Btu/h) are ideal for small quantities of
food or liquid and using small pots and pans. The lower power
allows more accurate simmer control at the lowest setting.
To Set:
1. Push in and turn knob counterclockwise to LITE.
All surface burners will click. Only the burner with the control
knob turned to Lite will produce a flame.
2. Turn knob anywhere between HI and LO.
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B
C
A. Wok supports pointing down (for use
with flat-bottomed cookware)
B. Cooktop grate with InstaWok™ Grate
insert (left side of range only)
C. Reversible InstaWok™ Grate insert
The TripleTier® Flame Burner with InstaWok™ Grate is a
multifunction burner that produces everything from a rapid boil
down to a low simmer.
The TripleTier® Flame Burner with InstaWok™ Grate is functioned
by a dual valve control knob, which controls 2 separate burners.
See “TripleTier® Burner with High Power Burner and Low Power
Simmer Settings” in the “Cooktop Controls” section.
The InstaWok™ Grate supports 12" to 14" (30.5 cm to 35.6 cm)
Wok pans and can be flipped over to become a flat grate for use
with flat-bottomed cookware.
IMPORTANT: The InstaWok™ Grate must be in place when you
are using the TripleTier® Flame Burner.
To Use the InstaWok™ Grate:
Standard Burner
1. Check that the control knob is in the OFF position and the
grate is completely cool before handling.
2. Remove grate from cooktop and flip the grate over so that the
wok supports are pointing up.
A
A
D
B
E
C
A. Burner cap
B. Burner base
C. Alignment pins
D. Igniter
E. Gas tube opening
B
C
A. Wok supports pointing up
B. Cooktop grate with InstaWok™
Grate insert (left side of range only)
C. Reversible InstaWok™ Grate insert
Gas tube opening
3. Place the wok grate within the supports.
Sealed Surface Burners
IMPORTANT: Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and
ventilation air around the burner grate edges.
Burner Cap Alignment
Always keep the burner cap properly fitted in place when using a
surface burner. A clean burner cap will help avoid poor ignition
and uneven flames. Always clean the burner cap after a spillover
and routinely remove and clean the caps according to the
“General Cleaning” section.
Gas must flow freely throughout the gas tube opening for the
burner to light properly. Keep this area free of soil and do not
allow spills, food, cleaning agents or any other material to enter
the gas tube opening. Protect it from spillovers by always using a
burner cap.
Burner ports
Check burner flames occasionally for proper size and shape as
shown below. A good flame is blue in color, not yellow. Keep this
area free of soil and do not allow spills, food, cleaning agents or
any other material to enter the burner ports.
TripleTier® Flame Burner
A
B
B
®
TripleTier Flame Burner
A
C
A. ³⁄₄" (19.1 mm)
B. ³⁄₈" (9.53 mm)
C. Burner ports
E
B
C
Standard Burner
A
D
A. TripleTier® flame burner caps
B. Burner base
C. Alignment pins
D. Igniter
E. Gas tube opening
B
A. 1-1¹⁄₂" (25-38 mm)
B. Burner ports
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To Clean:
IMPORTANT: Before cleaning, make sure all controls are off and
the oven and cooktop are cool. Do not use oven cleaners, bleach
or rust removers.
1. Remove the burner cap from the burner base and clean
according to “General Cleaning” section.
2. Clean the gas tube opening with a damp cloth.
3. Clean clogged burner ports with a straight pin as shown. Do
not enlarge or distort the port. Do not use a wooden
toothpick. If the burner needs to be adjusted, contact a
trained repair specialist.
Cookware with nonstick surfaces should not be used under the
broiler.
Use the following chart as a guide for cookware material
characteristics.
COOKWARE
CHARACTERISTICS
Aluminum
■
Heats quickly and evenly.
■
Suitable for all types of cooking.
■
Medium or heavy thickness is best for
most cooking tasks.
■
Heats slowly and evenly.
■
Good for browning and frying.
■
Maintains heat for slow cooking.
■
Follow manufacturer’s instructions.
■
Heats slowly, but unevenly.
■
Ideal results on low to medium heat
settings.
Copper
■
Heats very quickly and evenly.
Earthenware
■
Follow manufacturer’s instructions.
■
Use on low heat settings.
Porcelain
enamel-onsteel or cast
iron
■
See stainless steel or cast iron.
Stainless steel
■
Heats quickly, but unevenly.
■
A core or base of aluminum or copper
on stainless steel provides even
heating.
Cast iron
Ceramic or
Ceramic glass
4. Replace the burner cap, making sure the alignment pins on
the cap are properly aligned with the burner base.
A
B
A. Incorrect
B. Correct
5. Turn on the burner. If the burner does not light, check cap
alignment. If the burner still does not light, do not service the
sealed burner yourself. Contact a trained repair specialist.
Cookware
IMPORTANT: Do not leave empty cookware on a hot surface
cooking area, element or surface burner.
Ideal cookware should have a flat bottom, straight sides and a
well-fitting lid, and the material should be of medium-to-heavy
thickness.
Rough finishes may scratch the cooktop or grates. Aluminum and
copper may be used as a core or base in cookware. However,
when used as a base they can leave permanent marks on the
cooktop or grates.
Cookware material is a factor in how quickly and evenly heat is
transferred, which affects cooking results. A nonstick finish has
the same characteristics as its base material. For example,
aluminum cookware with a nonstick finish will take on the
properties of aluminum.
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Home Canning
When canning for long periods, alternate the use of surface
burners between batches. This allows time for the most recently
used areas to cool.
■ Center the canner on the grate.
■
Do not place canner on 2 surface burners at the same time.
■
For more information, contact your local agricultural
department. Companies that manufacture home canning
products can also offer assistance.
GLASS TOUCH-ACTIVATED
ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL
C
E
D
F
C
ON
B
CONTROL
LOCKED
F
CLEAN TIME
PROBE TEMP
NIGHT
LIGHT
MIN
HR
G
SEC MIN
H
DELAY
HR MIN
COOK TIME
START
TIME
STOP
TIME
MED LOW HI
I
A
Q
A. EasyConvect™ conversion
B. Convection oven settings
C. Oven settings
D. Proof bread setting
E. Oven display
F. Clock/time of day display
P
O
N
G. Number pads
H. Start (control lock)
I. Off
J. Options selection pad
K. Clock set/start
L. Timer
M
L
K
J
M. Stop time
N. Cook time (length of
cooking time)
O. Self-clean
P. Oven light (on/off)
Q. Warming drawer controls
Electronic Control Pads
Control Lock
When pressing any control pad function on the Electronic Oven
Control, use the pad of your finger to press the desired function.
Hold down the pad a few seconds, or until the desired function
appears in the display.
When entering multiple functions within one setting, pause briefly
between each control pad command. If a command pad is
pressed several times repeatedly, the pad may briefly stop
working. Wait a few seconds, and the pad should function again
as normal.
The Control Lock feature shuts down the control panel pads to
avoid unintended use of the oven.
The Control Lock feature may be used either when the range is in
use or turned off (for example, during cleaning).
The Control Lock is preset unlocked, but can be locked.
When the control is locked, only the TIMER SET/START, TIMER
OFF and OVEN LIGHT pads will function.
To Lock/Unlock Control: Before locking, make sure the oven,
the Timer and Timed Cooking are off. Press and hold the START
pad for 5 seconds until “CONTROL LOCK” appears on the
display. Repeat to unlock and remove “CONTROL LOCK” from
the display.
Oven Displays
When the oven is in use, this display shows the oven
temperature, heat source(s) and start time. During Timed
Cooking, this display also shows a timed countdown and the
stop time (if entered).
If “Err” appears on the display, an invalid pad was pressed.
Press OFF and retry your entry. When the oven is not in use, this
display is blank.
Start
The START pad begins any oven function except the Timer,
Control Lock and Sabbath Mode. If not pressed within 5 seconds
after pressing a pad, “START?” will appear on the oven display as
a reminder. If not pressed within 5 minutes after pressing a pad,
the oven display will return to inactive mode (blank) and the
programmed function will be canceled.
If a function has been started and a different function is selected,
“START?” will appear in the display after 5 seconds. If the START
pad is not pressed within 5 seconds, the oven display will return
to the active/already started function.
Off
The OFF pad stops any oven function except for the Warming
Drawer, Clock, Timer and Control Lock.
Clock/Timer Display
This is a 12-hour clock.
1. Press CLOCK SET/START.
2. Press number pads to set time of day.
3. Press CLOCK SET/START
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Timer
The Timer can be set in minutes and seconds or hours and
minutes and counts down the set time.
NOTE: The Timer does not start or stop the oven.
1. Press TIMER SET/START.
Press again to switch from MIN/SEC and HR/MIN.
2. Press the number pads to set length of time.
3. Press TIMER SET/START to start the timer.
When the set time ends, timer completion tones will sound,
then reminder tones will sound approximately every
10 seconds.
4. Press TIMER OFF anytime to cancel the Timer and/or stop
reminder tones.
If OFF is pressed, the oven will turn off.
The time can be reset during the countdown by repeating the
above steps.
OPTIONS
Options Selection Pad
The OPTIONS selection pad allows you to access special
functions within the Electronic Oven Control that allow you to
customize the product to your needs. These special functions
allow you to change the oven temperature between Fahrenheit
and Celsius, turn the audible signals and prompts on and off, and
adjust the oven calibration. The Dehydrate and Sabbath Mode
are also set using the OPTIONS selection pad.
To Use:
Press OPTIONS. The oven display will scroll through the various
options, starting at 1 and ending in 7. You can also press the
OPTIONS selection pad and number pad to quickly enter the
desired hidden function.
OPTIONS
SPECIAL FUNCTION
1
Fahrenheit and Celsius conversion
2
Tones On/Off
3
Tones High/Low
4
Cooking Time Completion Tones On/Off
5*
Dehydrate
6
Oven temperature calibration
7
Sabbath Mode
*Available only on convection models.
Fahrenheit and Celsius - Option 1
Fahrenheit is the default setting, but setting may be changed to
Celsius.
To Change: Press OPTIONS, then 1 on the keypad for Celsius.
To convert back to Fahrenheit, press OPTIONS, then 1 again on
the keypad.
Tones - Options 2, 3, 4
Tones are audible signals, indicating the following:
One beep
■
Function has been entered
Three beeps
■
Invalid pad press
Preheat Completion Tone
One chime indicates a preheat cycle has been completed.
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Timer Completion Tones
Three chimes sound when the timer reaches zero. This can occur
when using the timer for functions other than cooking.
Cooking Time Completion Tones
Three beeps indicate the end of a cooking cycle.
All Tones ON/OFF
All tones are preset to ON, but can be turned OFF.
To change: Press OPTIONS, then 2 to turn tones OFF. To turn
tones ON, press OPTIONS again, and then 2.
Tone Volume High/Low
The volume is preset to HIGH, but can be changed to LOW.
To change: Press OPTIONS, then 3 for LOW. Press OPTIONS,
then 3 again for HIGH.
Cooking Time Completion Tones ON/OFF
All tones are preset to ON, but can be turned OFF.
To change: Press OPTIONS, then 4 to turn tones OFF. To turn
tones ON, press OPTIONS again, and then 4.
Dehydrate - Option 5
(on convection models, closed door)
Dehydration is a method used to preserve food. Various factors,
such as the quality of the fresh food, pretreatment techniques,
the size and thickness of the food, and the climate may affect the
finished product.
During dehydration, heat is used to force out moisture and air
circulation is used to carry the moisture away.
Refer to a reliable book or source for complete information about
dehydrating and preserving foods.
To Dehydrate:
Position the racks according to the following chart. See
“Positioning Racks and Bakeware” section for diagram.
NUMBER OF RACKS
RACK POSITION(S)
1
3
2
2 and 4
3
1, 3 and 5
1. Close the oven door.
2. Press OPTIONS then 5.
Press the number pads to enter a temperature other than
140°F (60°C). The dehydrating range can be set between
100°F and 200°F (38°C and 93°C).
3. Press START.
4. Press OFF when finished dehydrating.
NOTE: The oven will automatically turn off after 12 hours.
However, some foods may take more than 12 hours to dehydrate.
If this is the case, the oven will need to be restarted.
Oven Temperature Calibration Option 6
IMPORTANT: Do not use a thermometer to measure oven
temperature because opening the oven door during cycling may
give incorrect readings.
The oven provides accurate temperatures; however, it may cook
faster or slower than your previous oven, so the temperature
calibration can be adjusted. It can be changed in Fahrenheit or
Celsius.
A minus sign means the oven will be cooler by the displayed
amount. The absence of a minus sign means the oven will be
warmer by the displayed amount. Use the following chart as a
guide.
ADJUSTMENT °F
(AUTOMATIC °C CHANGE)
COOKS FOOD
10°F (5°C)
...a little more
20°F (10°C)
...moderately more
30°F (15°C)
...much more
-10°F (-5°C)
...a little less
-20°F (-10°C)
...moderately less
-30°F (-15°C)
...much less
To Activate:
IMPORTANT: Before the Sabbath Mode can be regularly set, the
oven must first be enabled with a one time only setup.
1. Open the oven door.
2. Press OFF.
3. Press the number pads 7, 8, 9, 6, in this order.
4. Press START to activate.
“SABBATH ENABLED” will appear on the display.
5. Press OFF pad to clear the display.
To Deactivate:
The oven can be disabled of the ability to set the Sabbath Mode
by repeating the steps in the previous “To Activate” section.
When disabled the Sabbath Mode cannot be regularly set until
re-enabled.
To Regularly Set, Untimed:
1. Press BAKE.
Press the number pads to enter a temperature other than
325°F (163°C). The bake range can be set between 170°F
and 500°F (77°C and 260°C).
2. Press START. The oven will begin a bake cycle.
3. Press OPTIONS, and then press number pad 7.
4. “SABBATH MODE” will appear on the oven display.
To Regularly Set, Timed:
WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit in oven more than one hour before
or after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
To Adjust Oven Temperature Calibration:
1. Press OPTIONS, and then 6 to set the calibration.
2. Press 3 to increase the temperature, or press 6 to decrease
the temperature.
3. Press START to end calibration.
Sabbath Mode - Option 7
The Sabbath Mode sets the oven to remain on in a bake setting
until turned off. A timed Sabbath Mode can also be set to keep
the oven on for only part of the Sabbath.
When the Sabbath Mode is set, only the number and start pads
will function, no tones will sound, and the displays will not show
messages or temperature changes. The heat sources icons will
appear lit on the oven display throughout the Sabbath Mode.
When the oven door is opened or closed, the oven light will not
turn on or off and the heating elements will not turn on or off
immediately.
If a power failure occurs when the Sabbath Mode is set, the oven
will remain Sabbath Mode compliant but will no longer be actively
cooking. The “ON” indicator will no longer be illuminated. Press
OFF to return to normal operating mode (non-Sabbath Mode
compliant, not cooking).
1. Press BAKE.
Press the number pads to enter a temperature other than
325°F (163°C). The bake range can be set between 170°F
and 500°F (77°C and 260°C).
2. Press COOK TIME.
3. Press the number pads to enter the length of Sabbath Mode
time, up to 11 hours 59 minutes.
4. Press START. The oven will begin a timed bake cycle.
The start time and stop time will appear on the display.
5. Press OPTIONS, and then press number pad 7. “SABBATH
MODE” will appear on the display.
6. When the stop time is reached, the oven will automatically
turn off. The oven control will remain Sabbath Mode
compliant until the OFF button is pressed.
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Temperature Change
The oven temperature can be changed when the oven(s) are in
the Sabbath Mode. No tones will sound, and the display will not
change. The heating elements will not turn on or off for a random
time, anywhere from 16 to 24 seconds. It may take up to ½ hour
for the oven to change temperature.
Number pads 1 through 0 represent temperatures. Use the
following chart as a guide.
NUMBER PAD
OVEN TEMPERATURE
1
170°F (77°C)
2
200°F (95°C)
3
225°F (107°C)
4
250°F (120°C)
5
300°F (149°C)
6
325°F (163°C)
7
350°F (177°C)
8
375°F (191°C)
9
400°F (204°C)
0
450°F (232°C)
To Change Temperature:
1. Press the number pad from the chart.
2. Press START.
Warming Drawer Operation During Sabbath Mode
The warming drawer may be set for use during Sabbath Mode.
This is accomplished by pressing the WARMING DRAWER ON
key (continue pressing until desired temperature level is
displayed) before the oven is placed into its Sabbath Mode
compliant state. See “To Regularly Set, Untimed” section for
instructions on placing the oven into its Sabbath Mode compliant
state. Once the oven is in its Sabbath Mode compliant state, the
warming drawer cannot be turned on or off and its temperature
cannot be changed until the oven is returned to its normal
operating state (non-Sabbath Mode compliant state, not cooking)
by pressing the OFF key.
OVEN USE
Odors and smoke are normal when the oven is used the first few
times, or when it is heavily soiled.
IMPORTANT: The health of some birds is extremely sensitive to
the fumes given off. Exposure to the fumes may result in death to
certain birds. Always move birds to another closed and wellventilated room.
NOTE: This oven automatically adjusts for 208V operation
without affecting cooking performance. Preheat times may be
longer.
Aluminum Foil
IMPORTANT: To avoid permanent damage to the oven bottom
finish, do not line the oven bottom with any type of foil, liners or
cookware.
■ Do not cover entire rack with foil because air must be able to
move freely for best cooking results.
■
Bakeware
The bakeware material affects cooking results. Follow
manufacturer’s recommendations and use the bakeware size
recommended in the recipe. Use the following chart as a guide.
BAKEWARE/
RESULTS
RECOMMENDATIONS
Light colored
aluminum
■ Light golden crusts
■
Use temperature and time
recommended in recipe.
■
May need to reduce baking
temperatures 25°F (15°C).
■
Use suggested baking time.
■
For pies, breads and casseroles,
use temperature recommended in
recipe.
■
Place rack in center of oven.
Insulated cookie
sheets or baking
pans
■ Little or no bottom
browning
■
Place in the bottom third of oven.
■
May need to increase baking time.
Stainless steel
■ Light, golden
crusts
■
May need to increase baking time.
Stoneware/Baking
stone
■ Crisp crusts
■
Follow manufacturer’s instructions.
Ovenproof
glassware, ceramic
glass or ceramic
■ Brown, crisp
crusts
■
May need to reduce baking
temperatures 25°F (15°C).
■
Even browning
Dark aluminum and
other bakeware with
dark, dull and/or
nonstick finish
■ Brown, crisp
crusts
■
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To catch spills, place foil on rack below dish. Make sure foil is
at least ½" (1.3 cm) larger than the dish and that it is turned
up at the edges.
Uneven browning
Meat Thermometer
On models without a temperature probe, use a meat
thermometer to determine doneness of meat, poultry and fish.
The internal temperature, not appearance, should be used to
determine doneness. A meat thermometer is not supplied with
this appliance.
■ Insert the thermometer into the center of the thickest portion
of the meat or inner thigh or breast of poultry. The tip of the
thermometer should not touch fat, bone or gristle.
■
After reading the thermometer once, push it into the meat
½" (1.3 cm) more and read again. If the temperature drops,
cook the meat or poultry longer.
■
Check all meat, poultry and fish in 2 or 3 different places.
1. Press the number pads to enter a probe temperature. The
probe temperature can be set between 130°F and 190°F
(54°C and 88°C).
2. Press BAKE, CONVECT BAKE or CONVECT ROAST.
Press number pads to enter a temperature other than the one
displayed.
3. Press START.
The set oven temperature will appear on the oven display
throughout cooking.
“Lo” will appear as the probe temperature until the internal
temperature of the food reaches 130°F (54°C) or if the probe
is unplugged. Then the display will show the temperature
increasing in 1°F increments.
When the set probe temperature is reached, the oven will
shut off automatically and “Cooking Complete” will appear on
the oven display.
Temperature Probe
If enabled, end-of-cycle tones will sound.
(on convection models)
4. Press OFF or open the oven door to clear the display.
WARNING
To Change Probe Temperature, Oven Setting:
Press OFF, then repeat previous steps.
After cooking, unplug the probe and remove food from oven. The
probe symbol will remain lit until the probe is unplugged from the
probe jack.
See “General Cleaning” section to clean probe.
Burn Hazard
Oven Vent
Use an oven mitt to remove temperature probe.
Do not touch broil element.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in burns.
The temperature probe accurately measures the internal
temperature of meat, poultry and casseroles with liquid and
should be used in determining the doneness of meat and poultry.
It should not be used during full and center broiling, convection
broiling, dehydrating or proofing bread.
Always unplug and remove the temperature probe from the oven
when removing food.
To Use:
Before using, 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 at an angle as shown in following diagram. Place
food in oven and connect the temperature probe to the jack.
Keep probe as far away from heat source as possible. Close oven
door.
B
A
A. Oven vent
The oven vent should not be blocked or covered since it allows
the release of hot air and moisture from the oven. Blocking or
covering the vent will cause poor air circulation, affecting cooking
and cleaning results. Do not set plastics, paper or other items
that could melt or burn near the oven vent.
Positioning Racks and Bakeware
IMPORTANT: To avoid permanent damage to the porcelain
finish, do not place food or bakeware directly on the oven door or
bottom.
RACKS
A
NOTES:
■ Position racks before turning on the oven.
■
Do not position racks with bakeware on them.
■
Make sure racks are level.
A. Temperature probe jack
B. Temperature probe
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To move a rack, pull it out to the stop position, raise the front
edge, then lift out. Use the following illustration and charts as a
guide.
5
4
3
2
1
Traditional Cooking
FOOD
RACK POSITION*
Large roasts, turkeys, angel food,
bundt cakes, quick breads, pies
1 or 2
Yeast breads, casseroles, meat and
poultry
2
Cookies, biscuits, muffins, cakes
2 or 3
To Bake or Roast:
Before baking and roasting, position racks according to the
“Positioning Racks and Bakeware” section.
For baking, allow the range to preheat before placing food in the
oven. When roasting, it is not necessary to wait for the oven to
preheat before putting food in, unless recommended in the
recipe.
1. Press BAKE once for 350°F (177°C), or press the number
pads to enter the desired temperature.
2. Press START.
“Preheating” will show in the display until the set temperature
is reached.
“Lo” will also appear in the display if the actual oven
temperature is under 170°F (77°C).
When the actual oven temperature reaches 170°F (77°C), the
oven display will show the oven temperature increasing in
1-degree increments.
When the set temperature is reached, if on, 1 tone will sound.
3. Press OFF when finished cooking.
*On models with the CleanBake™ feature, foods may be placed
on a lower rack position.
Convection Cooking
OVEN SETTING
NUMBER OF
RACKS USED
RACK
POSITION(S)
Convection Bake
1
1, 2 or 3
Convection Bake
2
2 and 4
Convection Bake
3
1, 3 and 5
Convection Roast
1
1, 2 or 3
Convection Broil
1
3 or 4
Broil
Broiling uses direct radiant heat to cook food. There are 2 broiling
choices, Full Broil and Center Broil. Full Broil uses both top
elements for maximum browning coverage of foods. Center Broil
uses the inner element for browning coverage of a smaller area.
■ Use only the broiler pan and grid provided with the range. It is
designed to drain juices and help avoid spatter and smoke.
■
For proper draining, do not cover the grid with foil. The
bottom of the pan may be lined with aluminum foil for easier
cleaning.
■
Trim excess fat to reduce spattering. Slit the remaining fat on
the edges to avoid curling.
■
Pull out oven rack to stop position before turning or removing
food. Use tongs to turn food to avoid the loss of juices. Very
thin cuts of fish, poultry or meat may not need to be turned.
■
After broiling, remove the pan from the oven when removing
the food. Drippings will bake on the pan if left in the heated
oven, making cleaning more difficult.
■
If the oven door is opened during broiling, the broil element
will turn off immediately and come back on once the door is
closed.
BAKEWARE
To cook food evenly, hot air must be able to circulate. Allow
1" (2.5 cm) of space around bakeware and oven walls. Use the
following chart as a guide.
NUMBER
OF PAN(S)
POSITION ON RACK
1
Center of rack.
2
Side by side or slightly staggered.
3 or 4
Opposite corners on each rack. Make sure
that no bakeware piece is directly over
another.
Bake
The BAKE function is ideal for baking, roasting or heating foods.
During baking or roasting, the bake and broil elements will cycle
on and off in intervals to maintain oven temperature.
If the oven door is opened during baking or roasting, the broil
element will turn off immediately and the bake element will turn
off in 30 seconds to 2 minutes. They will come back on once the
door is closed.
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Before broiling, position rack according to the Broiling Chart. It is
not necessary to preheat the oven before putting food in unless
recommended in the recipe. Position food on grid in the broiler
pan, then place it in the center of the oven rack.
Close the door to ensure proper broiling operation.
To Broil:
1. Press BROIL once for FULL BROIL or twice for CENTER
BROIL.
Choose Full Broil when broiling larger amounts of food with
both broil elements. Choose Center Broil when broiling
smaller amounts of food with only the inner broil element.
2. Press START.
3. Press OFF when finished.
Variable Temperature Broiling
Changing the temperature when Variable Temperature Broiling
allows more precise control when cooking. The lower the
temperature, the slower the cooking. Thicker cuts and unevenly
shaped pieces of meat, fish and poultry may cook better at lower
broiling temperatures.
To Use:
1. Close oven door.
2. Press BROIL once for FULL BROIL or twice for CENTER
BROIL.
3. Press the number pads to set a temperature between 300°F
and 500°F (149°C to 260°C).
4. Press START.
The temperature can be changed after this step. Press the
number pads to reset the temperature, then press START.
Convection Cooking
(on some models)
In a convection oven, the fan-circulated hot air continually
distributes heat more evenly than the natural movement of air in a
standard thermal oven. This movement of hot air helps maintain a
consistent temperature throughout the oven, cooking foods more
evenly, crisping surfaces while sealing in moisture and yielding
crustier breads.
Most foods can be cooked by lowering cooking temperatures
25°F to 50°F (14°C to 28°C), and cooking time can be shortened
by as much as 30 percent, especially for large turkeys and roasts.
■ It is important not to cover foods with lids or aluminum foil so
that surface areas remain exposed to the circulating air,
allowing browning and crisping.
■
Keep heat loss to a minimum by opening the oven door only
when necessary.
■
Choose cookie sheets without sides and roasting pans with
lower sides to allow air to move freely around the food.
■
Test baked goods for doneness a few minutes before the
minimum cooking time with an alternative method such as
using a toothpick.
■
Use a meat thermometer or the temperature probe to
determine the doneness of meats and poultry. Check the
temperature of pork and poultry in 2 or 3 places.
5. Press OFF when finished.
BROILING CHART
For best results, place food 3" (7 cm) or more from the broil
element. Times are guidelines only and may need to be adjusted
for individual tastes. Recommended rack positions are numbered
from the bottom (1) to the top (4). For diagram, see the
“Positioning Racks and Bakeware” section.
FOOD
RACK
POSITION
TEMP.
TOTAL
TIME
MIN.
EasyConvect™ Conversion
Steak
1" (2.5 cm) thick
medium rare
medium
well-done
4
4
4
500°F
(260°C)
14
16
18
Steak
1¹⁄₂" (3.8 cm) thick
rare
medium
4
4
500°F
(260°C)
23
28
Ground meat patties*
1" (2.5 cm) thick
well-done
4
500°F
(260°C)
16-18
Pork chops
1" (2.5 cm) thick
4
450°F
(232°C)
25-28
Ham slice [precooked]
¹|₂" (1.25 cm) thick
1" (2.5 cm) thick
4
4
500°F
(260°C)
10-12
20-22
Frankfurters
4
500°F
(260°C)
8
Lamb chops
1" (2.5 cm) thick
4
400°F
(204°C)
18-20
Chicken
bone-in pieces
3
500°F
(260°C)
32
Fish
¹|₂" (1.25 cm) thick
1" (2.5 cm) thick
3
3
350°F
(177°C)
20
20-22
(on some models)
Convection cooking temperatures and times differ from those of
standard cooking. Depending upon the selected category,
EasyConvect™ conversion automatically may reduce the
standard recipe temperature and/or time you input for convection
cooking.
Foods are grouped into 3 general categories. Choose the
category most appropriate for the food to be cooked. To ensure
optimal cooking results, the oven will prompt a food check at the
end of a non-delayed cook time. Use the following chart as a
guide.
SETTING
FOODS
MEATS
Baked potatoes, Chicken: whole and pieces
Meat loaf, Roasts: pork, beef and ham
(Turkey and large poultry are not included
because their cook time varies.)
BAKED
GOODS
Biscuits, Breads: quick and yeast
Cakes and Cookies
Casseroles: including frozen entrées and
soufflés
Fish
OTHER
FOODS
Convenience foods: french fries, nuggets, fish
sticks, pizza
Pies: fruit and custard
*Place up to 9 patties, equally spaced, on broiler grid.
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To Use:
When using convection temperature conversion for BAKED
GOODS and OTHER FOODS, allow the oven to preheat before
placing food in the oven.
1. Press MEATS, BAKED GOODS or OTHER FOODS.
2. Press number pads to enter standard cook temperature.
3. Press number pads to enter standard cook time.
4. Press START.
“CHECK FOOD AT” and the stop time will appear on the oven
display, after preheating is complete.
When the stop time is reached, end-of-cycle tones will sound
if enabled. Open the door and check food.
Convection Bake
(on some models)
Convection Bake can be used to bake and cook foods on single
or multiple racks. It is helpful to stagger items on the racks to
allow a more even flow of heat. If the oven is full, extra cooking
time may be needed.
When cooking an oven meal with several different types of foods,
be sure to select recipes that require similar temperatures.
Cookware should sit in the oven with at least 1" (2.5 cm) of space
between the cookware and the sides of the oven.
Allow the range to preheat before placing food in the oven.
During convection baking preheat, the broil elements and the
bake element all heat the oven cavity. After preheat, the
convection element will cycle on and off in intervals to maintain
oven temperature, while the fan constantly circulates the hot air.
If the oven door is opened during convection baking or
preheating, the convection element and fan will turn off
immediately. They will come back on once the door is closed.
■ Reduce recipe temperature 25°F (14°C). The cook time may
need to be reduced also.
To Convection Bake:
Before convection baking, position racks according to the
“Positioning Racks and Bakeware” section.
1. Press CONVECT BAKE.
Press the number pads to enter a temperature other than
325°F (163°C). The convection bake range can be set
between 170°F and 500°F (77°C and 260°C).
2. Press START.
“Preheating” will show in the display until the set temperature
is reached.
“Lo” will also appear in the display if the actual oven
temperature is under 170°F (77°C).
When the actual oven temperature reaches 170°F (77°C), the
oven display will show the oven temperature increasing in
1-degree increments.
When the set temperature is reached, if on, 1 tone will sound.
3. Press OFF when finished cooking.
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Convection Roast
(on some models)
Convection Roast can be used to roast meat and poultry, and
bake foods, such as yeast breads, pies, loaf, bundt and tube
cakes on a single rack. During convection roasting, the bake and
broil elements will cycle on and off in intervals to maintain oven
temperature, while the fan constantly circulates the hot air.
If the oven door is opened during convection roasting, the broil
element and convection fan will turn off immediately and the
bake element will turn off within 2 minutes. They will come back
on once the door is closed.
■ Reduce recipe temperature 25°F (14°C). The cook time may
need to be reduced also.
To Convection Roast:
Before convection roasting, position racks according to the
“Positioning Racks and Bakeware” section. It is not necessary to
wait for the oven to preheat before putting food in, unless
recommended in the recipe.
Use the roasting rack on top of the broiler pan and grid. This
holds the food above the grid and allows air to circulate
completely around all surfaces.
A
B
C
A. Roasting rack
B. Broiler grid
C. Broil pan
1. Press CONVECT ROAST.
Press the number pads to enter a temperature other than
325°F (162°C). The convection roast range can be set
between 170°F and 500°F (77°C and 260°C).
2. Press START.
“Preheating” will show in the display until the set temperature
is reached.
“Lo” will also appear in the display if the actual oven
temperature is under 170°F (77°C).
When the actual oven temperature reaches 170°F (77°C), the
oven display will show the oven temperature increasing in
1-degree increments.
When the set temperature is reached, if on, 1 tone will sound.
3. Press OFF when finished cooking.
CONVECTION ROASTING CHART
FOOD/RACK COOK TIME
POSITION
(min. per
1 lb [454 g])
OVEN TEMP.
INTERNAL
FOOD TEMP.
20-25
25-30
30-35
300°F (149°C)
140°F (60°C)
160°F (71°C)
170°F (77°C)
22-25
27-30
32-35
300°F (149°C)
140°F (60°C)
160°F (71°C)
170°F (77°C)
20-25
25-30
30-35
20-25
300°F (149°C)
325°F (163°C)
140°F (60°C)
160°F (71°C)
170°F (77°C)
165°F (74°C)
25-35
30-40
325°F (163°C)
160°F (71°C)
170°F (77°C)
30-40
325°F (163°C)
35-40
325°F (163°C)
160°F-170°F
(71°C-77°C)
160°F-170°F
(71°C-77°C)
180°F (82°C)
10-12
300°F (149°C)
180°F (82°C)
1-1.5 lbs
(0.5-0.7 kg)
50-60
325°F (163°C)
180°F (82°C)
Convection Broil
(on some models)
Convection Broil is ideal for cooking foods such as thinner cuts of
meat; filets of fish; boneless, skinless chicken; vegetables and
garlic bread.
During convection broiling, the broil elements will cycle on and off
in intervals to maintain oven temperature, while the fan constantly
circulates the hot air. The circulating air creates a seal on all sides
of the food so that turning of foods is often not necessary.
The temperature is preset at 450°F (232°C), but can be changed
to a different temperature. Cooking times will vary depending on
the rack position and temperature and may need to be adjusted.
If the oven door is opened during convection broiling, the broil
elements and fan will turn off after 30 seconds. They will come
back on once the door is closed.
To Convection Broil:
300°F (149°C)
160°F (71°C)
15-20
300°F (149°C)
160°F (71°C)
300°F (149°C)
160°F (71°C)
170°F (77°C)
2. Press START.
The set oven temperature will appear on the oven display
until oven is turned off.
25-30
30-35
Chicken*, Rack Position 2
Whole
3-5 lbs
(1.5-2.2 kg)
5-7 lbs
(2.2-3.1 kg)
300°F (149°C)
25-35
Lamb, Rack Position 2
Leg,
Shoulder
Roast
medium
well-done
10-15
Before convection broiling, see “Broil” section for general broiling
guidelines. Position rack.
Allow the oven to preheat for 5 minutes. Position food on the
unheated grid on the broiler pan, then place it in the center of the
oven rack with the longest side parallel to the door.
Close the door.
1. Press CONVECT BROIL.
Press the number pads to enter a temperature other than
500°F (260°C). The convection broil range can be set
between 300°F and 500°F (149°C and 260°C).
Ham, Rack Position 2
Fresh
(uncooked)
Fully
Cooked
13 lbs and
under
(5.85 kg)
Over 13 lbs
(5.85 kg)
*Do not stuff poultry when convection roasting.
Pork, Rack Position 2
Loin Roast
(boneless)
Shoulder
Roast
INTERNAL
FOOD TEMP.
Cornish Game Hens*, Rack Position 2 or 3
Veal, Rack Position 2
Loin, Rib,
Rump
Roast
medium
well-done
OVEN TEMP.
Turkey*, Rack Positions 1 or 2
Beef, Rack Position 2
Rib Roast
rare
medium
well-done
Rib Roast
(boneless)
rare
medium
well-done
Rump,
Sirloin Tip
Roast
rare
medium
well-done
Meat Loaf
FOOD/RACK COOK TIME
POSITION
(min. per
1 lb [454 g])
3. Press OFF when finished cooking.
20-25
325°F (163°C)
180°F (82°C)
15-20
325°F (163°C)
180°F (82°C)
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Proofing Bread
(on some models)
Proofing bread prepares the dough for baking by activating the
yeast. Follow the recipe directions as a guide.
To Proof:
Before first proofing, place the dough in a lightly greased bowl
and cover loosely with wax paper, coated with shortening. Place
on rack guide 2, then place broiler pan on guide 1. See
“Positioning Racks and Bakeware” for diagram. Put 2 cups
(500 mL) of boiling water in the broiler pan. Close the door.
1. Press BREAD PROOF. The display will show 100°F (38°C).
2. Press START.
Let the dough rise until nearly doubled in size, checking after
20-25 minutes. Proofing time may vary depending on dough
type and quantity.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press COOK TIME.
Press number pads to enter the length of time to cook.
Press STOP TIME.
Press the number pads to enter time of day to stop.
Press START.
The start time is automatically calculated and displayed.
“DELAY” and the stop time will also appear on the oven
display.
When the start time is reached, the oven will automatically
turn on. The cook time countdown will appear on the oven
display.
On some models, the set temperature and minute time
countdown will appear on the oven display.
When the stop time is reached, the oven will shut off
automatically, and end-of-cycle tones will sound.
3. Press OFF when finished proofing.
Before second proofing, shape the dough, place it in baking
pan(s) and cover loosely with plastic wrap, coated with cooking
spray. Follow the same placement, broiler pan and water and
control steps above. Before baking, remove the plastic wrap.
Warming Drawer
(on some models)
WARNING
Timed Cooking
WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit for more than one hour before or
after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit in oven more than one hour before
or after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
Timed Cooking allows the oven to be set to turn on at a certain
time of day, cook for a set length of time, and/or shut off
automatically. Delay start should not be used for food such as
breads and cakes because they may not bake properly.
To Set a Cook Time:
1. Press BAKE, CONVECT BAKE, CONVECT ROAST, BROIL,
CONVECT BROIL, or BREAD PROOF.
Press the number pads to enter a temperature other than the
one displayed.
2. Press COOK TIME.
3. Press number pads to enter the length of time to cook.
4. Press START.
On some models, the start time, stop time and cook time
countdown will appear on the oven display.
When the stop time is reached, the oven will shut off
automatically, and end-of-cycle tones will sound.
To Set a Cook Time and Stop Time (Delay Start):
Before setting, make sure the clock is set to the correct time of
day. See “Clock/Timer Display” section.
1. Press BAKE, CONVECT BAKE or CONVECT ROAST.
Press the number pads to enter a temperature other than the
one displayed.
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The Warming Drawer is ideal for keeping hot cooked foods at
serving temperature. It may also be used for warming breads and
pastries.
Different types of food may be placed in the warming drawer at
the same time. For smaller quantities of foods, or foods
containing eggs, do not hold longer than 30 minutes.
Food must be at serving temperature before being placed in the
warming drawer. Breads, pastries, and fruit pies may be heated
from room temperature on the HI setting.
Remove food from plastic bags and place in oven-safe container.
Cover foods with a lid or aluminum foil.
Do not cover with plastic wrap.
Empty serving dishes and ovenproof dishes can be heated while
the warming drawer is preheating.
Do not place food to be warmed directly on warming drawer
surface.
To Use:
1. Place cooked food(s) in warming drawer.
2. Press WARMING DRAWER ON button.
“WARM-LOW” will appear on the display.
To change the temperature setting, press WARMING
DRAWER ON again. Each press of the WARMING DRAWER
ON button will increase the temperature setting. Setting may
be changed at any time.
“WARM DRAWER ON” will appear on the display after
5 seconds.
3. Press WARM DRAWER OFF when finished.
Warming Drawer Settings:
RANGE CARE
The warming drawer is preset for a “low” temperature, but can be
changed by pressing WARMING DRAWER ON additional times.
Use the following chart as a guide when selecting a different
temperature other than “Low.”
SETTINGS
TEMPERATURES
LOW
100°F (38°C)
MED LOW (Medium Low)
140°F (60°C)
MED (Medium)
160°F (71°C)
MED HI (Medium High)
180°F (88°C)
HI (High)
195°F (91°C)
Self-Cleaning Cycle
WARNING
Burn Hazard
Warming Drawer Temperature Chart
Do not touch the oven during the Self-Cleaning cycle.
Different foods require different settings in order to maintain the
ideal serving temperature. Use the following chart as a guide.
FOOD
SETTING
Appetizers
HI
Biscuits
LOW
Chicken
Boneless, Breaded
Nuggets
HI
HI
Coffee Cake
LOW
Dinner Plate (1)
Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Corn
HI
Fish Pieces
Breaded
Battered
HI
HI
French Fries
HI
Gravy
MED HI
Ham, Boneless
MED
Hard Rolls
LOW
Lasagna
MED HI
Pastries
Prepackaged, baked
Prepackaged, frozen
MED HI
LOW
Pie
Single Crust
Double Crust
LOW
LOW
Pizza
MED HI
Potatoes, Baked
MED HI
Quiche
MED
Roast, Boneless
MED HI
Roasted Chicken
MED HI
Soft Rolls
LOW
Keep children away from oven during
Self-Cleaning cycle.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in burns.
IMPORTANT: The health of some birds is extremely sensitive to
the fumes given off during the Self-Cleaning cycle. Exposure to
the fumes may result in death to certain birds. Always move birds
to another closed and well-ventilated room.
Self-clean the oven before it becomes heavily soiled. Heavy soil
results in longer cleaning and more smoke.
Keep the kitchen well-ventilated during the Self-Cleaning cycle to
help get rid of heat, odors, and smoke.
Do not block the oven vent(s) during the Self-Cleaning cycle. Air
must be able to move freely. Depending on your model, see
“Oven Vent” or “Oven Vents” section.
Do not clean, rub, damage or move the oven door gasket. The
door gasket is essential for a good seal.
Prepare Oven:
■
Remove the broiler pan, grid, cookware and bakeware from
the oven.
■
Remove any foil from the oven because it may burn or melt,
damaging the oven.
■
Remove oven racks to keep them shiny and easy to slide.
See “General Cleaning” section for more information.
■
Hand clean inside door edge and the 1½" (3.8 cm) area
around the inside oven cavity frame, being certain not to
move or bend the gasket. This area does not get hot enough
during self-cleaning to remove soil. Do not let water, cleaner,
etc. enter slots on door frame. Use a damp cloth to clean this
area.
■
Wipe out any loose soil to reduce smoke and avoid damage.
At high temperatures, foods react with porcelain. Staining,
etching, pitting or faint white spots can result. This will not
affect cooking performance.
Prepare Cooktop and Storage Drawer (on some models):
■
Remove plastic items from the cooktop because they may
melt.
■
Remove all items from the storage drawer.
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How the Cycle Works
IMPORTANT: The heating and cooling of porcelain on steel in the
oven may result in discoloring, loss of gloss, hairline cracks and
popping sounds.
The Self-Cleaning cycle uses very high temperatures, burning soil
to a powdery ash.
The oven is preset for a 2 hour 30 minute clean cycle, however
the time can be changed. There are 5 levels of clean. Suggested
clean times are 2 hours 30 minutes for light soil and between
3 hours 30 minutes to 4 hours 30 minutes for average to heavy
soil. Use the following chart as a guide to determine the desired
cleaning level.
CLEANING
LEVEL
TOTAL CLEANING TIME
(includes a 30 minute cool down time)
1 (Quick)
2 hours 30 minutes
2
3 hours
3 (Regular)
3 hours 30 minutes
4
4 hours
5 (Maxi)
4 hours 30 minutes
Once the oven has completely cooled, remove ash with a damp
cloth. Do not wipe down any of the inside surfaces until the oven
has completely cooled down. Applying a cool damp cloth to the
inner door glass before it has cooled completely could result in
the glass breaking.
The oven light will not work during the Self-Cleaning cycle.
To Self-Clean:
Before self-cleaning, make sure the door is closed completely or
it will not lock and the cycle will not begin.
1. Press SELF CLEAN. To set a clean time other than
3 hours 30 minutes, press SELF CLEAN until the desired
time is reached. The clean time can be set between
2 hours 30 minutes and 4 hours 30 minutes.
2. Press START.
“LOCKING DOOR” will appear on the display as will the clean
time, start time and stop time. When the door locks, selfclean will start and “OVEN IS CLEANING” then, “DOOR
LOCKED” will appear in the display.
The door will not unlock until the oven cools.
When the cycle is complete and the oven cools, “SELF
CLEAN COMPLETE” will appear in the oven display.
3. Press any pad or open the oven door to clear the oven
display.
When the start time is reached, “LOCKING DOOR” will
appear in the display. When the door locks, self-clean will
start and “OVEN IS CLEANING” then, “DOOR LOCKED” will
appear in the display.
The door will not unlock until the oven cools.
When the cycle is complete and the oven cools, “SELF
CLEAN COMPLETE” will appear on the oven display.
5. Press OFF to clear the oven display.
To Stop Self-Clean anytime:
Press OFF. If the oven temperature is too high, the door will
remain locked. It will not unlock until the oven cools.
If the oven temperature is too high after self-cleaning, then
“LOCKED” will appear on the display until the oven completely
cools.
General Cleaning
IMPORTANT: Before cleaning, make sure all controls are off and
the oven and cooktop are cool. Always follow label instructions
on cleaning products. Soap, water and a soft cloth or sponge are
suggested first unless otherwise noted.
EXTERIOR PORCELAIN ENAMEL SURFACES
(on some models)
Food spills containing acids, such as vinegar and tomato, should
be cleaned as soon as the entire appliance is cool. These spills
may affect the finish.
Cleaning Method:
■ Glass cleaner, mild liquid cleaner or nonabrasive scrubbing
pad:
Gently clean around the model and serial number plate
because scrubbing may remove numbers.
STAINLESS STEEL (on some models)
NOTE: Do not use soap-filled scouring pads, abrasive cleaners,
Cooktop Polishing Creme, steel-wool pads, gritty washcloths or
some paper towels. Damage may occur, even with one-time or
limited use.
Rub in direction of grain to avoid damaging.
Cleaning Method:
■ KitchenAid® Stainless Steel Cleaner and Polish (sample
included):
See “Assistance or Service” section to order.
■
Liquid detergent or all-purpose cleaner: Rinse with clean
water and dry with soft, lint-free cloth.
■
Vinegar for hard water spots
To Delay Start Self-Clean:
Before delay starting Self-Clean, make sure the clock is set to the
correct time of day. See “Clock/Timer Display” section. Also,
make sure the door is closed completely or it will not lock and the
cycle will not begin.
1. Press SELF CLEAN. To set a clean time other than
3 hours 30 minutes, press SELF CLEAN until the desired
time is reached. The clean time can be set between
2 hours 30 minutes and 4 hours 30 minutes.
2. Press STOP TIME.
3. Press the number pads to enter the time of day to stop.
4. Press START.
The start time is automatically calculated and displayed along
with the clean time and stop time. “DELAY” will also appear
on the display.
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PORCELAIN-COATED GRATES AND CAPS
Food spills containing acids, such as vinegar and tomato, should
be cleaned as soon as the cooktop, grates and caps are cool.
These spills may affect the finish.
To avoid chipping, do not bang grates and caps against each
other or hard surfaces such as cast iron cookware.
Do not reassemble caps on burners while wet.
Do not clean in the Self-Cleaning cycle.
Do not clean in dishwasher.
Cleaning Method:
■ Nonabrasive plastic scrubbing pad and mildly abrasive
cleanser:
Clean as soon as cooktop, grates and caps are cool.
SURFACE BURNERS
BROILER PAN AND GRID
Do not clean in the Self-Cleaning cycle.
Cleaning Method:
■ Mildly abrasive cleanser: Scrub with wet scouring pad.
■
Solution of ¹|₂ cup (125 mL) ammonia to 1 gal. (3.75 L) water:
Soak for 20 minutes, then scrub with scouring or steel-wool
pad.
■
Oven cleaner:
Sealed Burner models
■ See “Sealed Surface Burners” section.
COOKTOP CONTROLS
Do not use steel wool, abrasive cleansers or oven cleaner.
Do not soak knobs.
When replacing knobs, make sure knobs are in the Off position.
Cleaning Method:
■ Soap and water or dishwasher:
Pull knobs straight away from control panel to remove.
OVEN DOOR EXTERIOR
Cleaning Method:
■ Glass cleaner and paper towels or nonabrasive plastic
scrubbing pad:
Apply glass cleaner to soft cloth or sponge, not directly on
panel.
CONTROL PANEL
Do not use abrasive cleaners, steel-wool pads, gritty washcloths
or some paper towels. Damage may occur.
Cleaning Method:
■ Glass cleaner and soft cloth or sponge:
Apply glass cleaner to soft cloth or sponge, not directly on
panel.
Follow product label instructions.
Porcelain enamel only, not chrome
■ Dishwasher
STORAGE DRAWER (on some models)
Make sure drawer is cool and empty before cleaning.
For more information, see “Storage Drawer” section.
Cleaning Method:
■ Mild detergent
WARMING DRAWER (on some models)
Make sure drawer is cool and empty before cleaning.
Cleaning Method:
■ Mild detergent (for both)
■
KitchenAid® Stainless Steel Cleaner and Polish (sample
included):
See “Assistance or Service” section to order.
Oven Light(s)
The oven light is a standard 15-watt appliance bulb. It will come
on when the oven door is opened. The light will not work during
the Self-Cleaning cycle (on some models). On some models,
when the oven door is closed, press OVEN LIGHT to turn the light
on or off.
OVEN CAVITY
To Replace:
Do not use oven cleaners.
Food spills should be cleaned when oven cools. At high
temperatures, foods react with porcelain and staining, etching,
pitting or faint white spots can result.
Cleaning Method:
■ Self-Cleaning cycle:
Before replacing, make sure the oven and cooktop are cool and
the control knobs are off.
1. Unplug range or disconnect power.
2. Turn the glass bulb cover in the back of the oven
counterclockwise to remove.
See “Self-Cleaning Cycle” first.
OVEN RACKS AND ROASTING RACKS
Cleaning Method:
■ Self-Cleaning cycle:
See “Self-Cleaning Cycle” first. Remove racks or they will
discolor and become harder to slide. If this happens, a light
coating of vegetable oil applied to the rack guides will help
them slide.
■
3. Turn bulb counterclockwise to remove from socket.
4. Replace bulb and bulb cover by turning clockwise.
5. Plug in range or reconnect power.
Steel-wool pad
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Oven Door
For normal range use, it is not suggested to remove the oven
door. However, if removal is necessary, make sure the oven is off
and cool. Then, follow these instructions. The oven door is heavy.
To Remove:
1. Open oven door all the way.
2. Flip up the hinge latch on each side.
Warming Drawer
(on some models)
Remove all items from inside the warming drawer, and allow the
warming drawer to cool completely before attempting to remove
the drawer.
To Remove:
1. Open drawer to its full open position.
2. Locate the blackloops on both sides of the drawer.
A
3. Close the oven door as far as it will shut.
4. Lift the oven door while holding both sides.
Continue to push the oven door closed and pull it away from
the oven door frame.
A. Loop
3. Pull both loops foward at the same time, then pull drawer out
another inch.
4. Holding the drawer by its sides, not its front, gently pull it all
the way out.
To Replace:
To Replace:
1. Insert both hanger arms into the door.
1. Align the drawer glides with the receiving guides.
2. Push drawer in all the way.
3. Gently open and close the drawer to ensure it is seated
properly on the slides.
2. Open the oven door.
You should hear a “click” as the door is set into place.
3. Move the hinge levers back to the locked position. Check
that the door is free to open and close. If it is not, repeat the
removal and installation procedures.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Try the solutions suggested here first in order to avoid the cost of an unnecessary service call.
Nothing will operate
Cooktop cooking results not what expected
■
Is the power supply cord unplugged?
Plug into a grounded outlet.
■
Is the proper cookware being used?
See “Cookware” section.
■
Has a household fuse blown or has a circuit breaker
tripped?
Replace the fuse or reset the circuit breaker. If the problem
continues, call an electrician.
■
Is the control knob set to the proper heat level?
See “Cooktop Controls” section.
■
Is the appliance level?
Level the appliance. See the Installation Instructions.
■
Is the range properly connected to the gas supply?
Contact a trained repair specialist or see Installation
Instructions.
Surface burners will not operate
Oven will not operate
■
Is this the first time the oven has been used?
Turn any one of the surface burner knobs on to release air
from the gas lines.
■
Is the electronic oven control set correctly?
See “Glass Touch-Activated Electronic Oven Control”
section.
■
Is this the first time the surface burners have been used?
Turn on any one of the surface burner knobs to release air
from the gas lines.
■
Is the control knob set correctly?
Push in knob before turning to a setting.
■
Has a delay start been set?
See “Timed Cooking” section.
■
Are the burner ports clogged?
See “Sealed Surface Burners” section.
■
On some models, is the Control Lock set?
See “Control Lock” section.
■
Is the main or regulator gas shutoff valve in the off
position?
See the Installation Instructions.
■
On some models, is the Sabbath Mode set?
See “Sabbath Mode” section.
Oven burner flames are yellow or noisy
Surface burner flames are uneven, yellow and/or noisy
■
Are the burner ports clogged?
See “Sealed Surface Burners” section.
■
On models with caps, are the burner caps positioned
properly?
See “Sealed Surface Burners” section.
■
Is propane gas being used?
The appliance may have been converted improperly.
Contact a trained repair specialist.
■
Cooling fan runs during baking, broiling or cleaning
■
Surface burner makes popping noises
■
Is the burner wet?
Let it dry.
Is there continuous sparking, but the burner does not
light?
Discontinue use of the surface burner and contact a service
technician.
Excessive heat around cookware on cooktop
■
Is the cookware the proper size?
Use cookware about the same size as the surface cooking
area, element or surface burner. Cookware should not extend
more than ½" (1.3 cm) outside the cooking area.
It is normal for the fan to automatically run while the oven is in
use or for some time after the oven is shut off to cool the
electronic control.
Oven temperature too high or too low
■
Burner sparks but does not light
■
Is propane gas being used?
The appliance might have been converted improperly.
Contact a trained repair specialist.
Does the oven temperature calibration need adjustment?
See “Oven Temperature Calibration” section.
Display shows messages
■
Is the display showing “SET CLOCK”? There has been a
power failure. Clear the display. See “Oven Displays” section.
On some models, reset the clock, if needed. See “Clock/
Timer Display” section.
■
Is the display showing a letter followed by a number?
Press OFF to clear the display. See “Oven Displays” section.
If it reappears, call for service. See “Assistance or Service”
section.
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On some models, convection fan does not operate
Does display show the fan turning, but the fan does not
operate?
There will be a brief delay of the fan operation after the start
of a convection function.
■
■
Is the convection broil function being used?
The fan will cycle on and off throughout convection broil
operation.
■
Is the oven door open?
Opening the oven door during a convection function will stop
the fan.
Oven cooking results not what expected
■
Is the appliance level?
Level the appliance. See the Installation Instructions.
■
Is the proper temperature set?
Double-check the recipe in a reliable cookbook.
■
Is the proper oven temperature calibration set?
See “Oven Temperature Calibration” section.
■
Was the oven preheated?
See “Bake,” “Broil,” “EasyConvect Conversion,” “Convection
Bake,” or “Convection Roast” section.
■
Is the proper bakeware being used?
See “Bakeware” section.
■
Are the racks positioned properly?
See “Positioning Racks and Bakeware” section.
■
Is there proper air circulation around bakeware?
See “Positioning Racks and Bakeware” section.
■
Is the batter evenly distributed in the pan?
Check that batter is level in the pan.
■
Is the proper length of time being used?
Adjust cooking time.
■
Has the oven door been opened while cooking?
Oven peeking releases oven heat and can result in longer
cooking times.
■
Are baked items too brown on the bottom?
Decrease oven temperature 15° F to 25°F (5°C to 15°C) or
move rack to higher position in the oven.
■
Are pie crust edges browning early?
Use aluminum foil to cover the edge of the crust and/or
reduce baking temperature.
Self-Cleaning Cycle will not operate
■
Is the oven door open?
Close the oven door all the way.
■
Has the function been entered?
See “Self-Cleaning Cycle” section.
■
On some models, has a delay start Self-Clean cycle been
set?
See “Self-Cleaning Cycle” section.
■
Has a delay start been set?
See “Timed Cooking” section.
ASSISTANCE OR SERVICE
Before calling for assistance or service, please check
“Troubleshooting.” It may save you the cost of a service call. If
you still need help, follow the instructions below.
When calling, please know the purchase date and the complete
model and serial number of your appliance. This information will
help us to better respond to your request.
If you need replacement parts
If you need to order replacement parts, we recommend that you
use only factory specified parts. These factory specified parts will
fit right and work right because they are made with the same
®
precision used to build every new KITCHENAID appliance.
To locate factory specified parts in your area, call us or your
nearest KitchenAid designated service center.
In the U.S.A.
Call the KitchenAid Customer eXperience Center toll free:
1-800-422-1230.
Our consultants provide assistance with:
■ Features and specifications on our full line of appliances.
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Installation information.
■
Use and maintenance procedures.
■
Accessory and repair parts sales.
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Specialized customer assistance (Spanish speaking, hearing
impaired, limited vision, etc.).
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Referrals to local dealers, repair parts distributors and service
companies. KitchenAid designated service technicians are
trained to fulfill the product warranty and provide afterwarranty service, anywhere in the United States.
To locate the KitchenAid designated service company in your
area, you can also look in your telephone directory Yellow
Pages.
For further assistance
If you need further assistance, you can write to KitchenAid with
any questions or concerns at:
KitchenAid Brand Home Appliances
Customer eXperience Center
553 Benson Road
Benton Harbor, MI 49022-2692
Please include a daytime phone number in your correspondence.
In Canada
Accessories
Accessories U.S.A.
To order accessories, call the KitchenAid Customer eXperience
Center toll free at 1-800-442-9991 and follow the menu prompts.
Or visit our website at www.kitchenaid.com and click on
“Shopping Options.” Go to “Replacement Parts & Accessories”
and click on “applianceaccessories.com.” Portable appliances,
bakeware, cookware, gadgets and textiles are also available.
KitchenAid® Stainless Steel Cleaner and Polish
(stainless steel models)
Order Part Number 4396920
KitchenAid® Stainless Steel Wipes
(stainless steel models)
Order Part Number 8212510
Cooktop Cleaner
(porcelain or glass cooktop surfaces)
Order Part Number 31464
Cooktop Protectant
(porcelain or glass cooktop surfaces)
Order Part Number 31463
Call the KitchenAid Canada Customer Interaction Centre toll free:
1-800-807-6777.
Our consultants provide assistance with:
■ Features and specifications on our full line of appliances.
■
Use and maintenance procedures.
■
Accessory and repair parts sales.
■
Referrals to local dealers, repair parts distributors and service
companies. KitchenAid Canada designated service
technicians are trained to fulfill the product warranty and
provide after-warranty service, anywhere in Canada.
For further assistance
If you need further assistance, you can write to KitchenAid
Canada with any questions or concerns at:
Customer Interaction Centre
KitchenAid Canada
1901 Minnesota Court
Mississauga, Ontario L5N 3A7
Please include a daytime phone number in your correspondence.
Accessories
KitchenAid® Stainless Steel Cleaner and Polish
Gas Grate/Drip Pan Cleaner
Order Part Number 31617
(stainless steel models)
Order Part Number 4396920
Brick Baking Stone
KitchenAid® Stainless Steel Wipes
Order Part Number 4378577
(stainless steel models)
Order Part Number 8212510
Rear Filler Strip Assembly
Order Part Number W10113902A Black
Order Part Number W10113903A White
Order Part Number W10113904A Biscuit
Cooktop Cleaner
(porcelain or glass cooktop surfaces)
Order Part Number 31464B
Cooktop Protectant
(porcelain or glass cooktop surfaces)
Order Part Number 31463B
Gas Grate/Drip Pan Cleaner
Order Part Number 31617B
Brick Baking Stone
Order Part Number 4378577
Filler Assembly
Order Part Number W10113902A Black
Order Part Number W10113903A White
Order Part Number W10113904A Biscuit
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KITCHENAID® DUAL FUEL RANGE WARRANTY
LIMITED WARRANTY
For one year from the date of purchase, when this major appliance is operated and maintained according to instructions attached to or
furnished with the product, KitchenAid brand of Whirlpool Corporation or Whirlpool Canada LP (hereafter “KitchenAid”) will pay for
Factory Specified Parts and repair labor to correct defects in materials or workmanship. Service must be provided by a KitchenAid
designated service company. This limited warranty is valid only in the United States or Canada and applies only when the major
appliance is used in the country in which it was purchased. Outside the 50 United States and Canada, this limited warranty does not
apply. Proof of original purchase date is required to obtain service under this limited warranty.
SECOND THROUGH FIFTH YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON CERTAIN COMPONENT PARTS
In the second through fifth years from the date of purchase, when this appliance is operated and maintained according to instructions
attached to or furnished with the product, KitchenAid will pay for Factory Specified Parts for the following components if defective in
materials or workmanship:
■ Electric element
■ Solid state touch control system parts
■
Gas burners
SECOND THROUGH TENTH YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON STEAM-ASSIST OVEN CAVITY AND DOORS
In the second through tenth years from date of purchase, when this major appliance is operated and maintained according to
instructions attached to or furnished with the product, KitchenAid will pay for Factory Specified Parts for the porcelain oven cavity/inner
door if the part rusts through due to defects in materials or workmanship.
ITEMS EXCLUDED FROM WARRANTY
This limited warranty does not cover:
1. Service calls to correct the installation of your major appliance, to instruct you on how to use your major appliance, to replace or
repair house fuses, or to correct house wiring or plumbing.
2. Service calls to repair or replace appliance light bulbs, air filters or water filters. Consumable parts are excluded from warranty
coverage.
3. Repairs when your major appliance is used for other than normal, single-family household use or when it is used in a manner that is
contrary to published user or operator instructions and/or installation instructions.
4. Damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, abuse, fire, flood, acts of God, improper installation, installation not in
accordance with electrical or plumbing codes, or use of consumables or cleaning products not approved by KitchenAid.
5. Cosmetic damage, including scratches, dents, chips or other damage to the finish of your major appliance, unless such damage
results from defects in materials or workmanship and is reported to KitchenAid within 30 days from the date of purchase.
6. Costs associated with the removal from your home of your major appliance for repairs. This major appliance is designed to be
repaired in the home and only in-home service is covered by this warranty.
7. Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the appliance.
8. Expenses for travel and transportation for product service if your major appliance is located in a remote area where service by an
authorized KitchenAid servicer is not available.
9. The removal and reinstallation of your major appliance if it is installed in an inaccessible location or is not installed in accordance
with published installation instructions.
10. Major appliances with original model/serial numbers that have been removed, altered or cannot be easily determined. This warranty
is void if the factory applied serial number has been altered or removed from your major appliance.
The cost of repair or replacement under these excluded circumstances shall be borne by the customer.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES; LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
CUSTOMER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE PRODUCT REPAIR AS PROVIDED
HEREIN. IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
ARE LIMITED TO ONE YEAR OR THE SHORTEST PERIOD ALLOWED BY LAW. KITCHENAID SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SOME STATES AND PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION
OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LIMITATIONS ON THE DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS, SO THESE EXCLUSIONS OR LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES
YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE OR PROVINCE
TO PROVINCE.
If outside the 50 United States and Canada, contact your authorized KitchenAid dealer to determine if another warranty applies.
If you need service, first see the “Troubleshooting” section of the Use & Care Guide. After checking “Troubleshooting,” you may find
additional help by checking the “Assistance or Service” section or by calling KitchenAid. In the U.S.A., call 1-800-422-1230. In Canada,
call 1-800-807-6777.
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