01 304NCH FREE-STANDING EYE-LEVEL MICROWAVE RANGE Model RM988PXL I//Defrost Control Fluorescent Top light Switch Guide Microwave Panel / Oven Model and Serial Number Plate Porcelain-Enamel Reflector Bowl and Chrome Trlm Rlng Broil Element Oven Front Frame Removable Storage Drawer Copy Your Model If you information 1. Complete behind the 2. Purchase and Serial Numbers Here need service, or call with a question, have this ready: Model and Serial Numbers (from the plate just microwave oven door on the oven frame). date from sales slip. Copy this information in these spaces. Keep this book, your warranty and sales slip together in a handy place. See the “Cooklng Guide” for important Model Number Serial Number Purchase Date Service Compony safety Information. and Phone Number Your respons2biNes.. . Proper installation and safe use of your microwave range are your personal responsibilities. Read this”Use and Care Guide”and the “Cooking Guide”carefully for important use and safety information. Installation You must be sure your range is... l installed and leveled on a floor that will hold the weight; l installed in a well-ventilated area protected from the weather; l properly connected to the correct electric supply and grounding. (See “Installation Instructions.“) Proper use You must be sure your range is... used only for jobs expected of home ranges; l used only by people who can operate it properly; l properly maintained. l Contents Page Responsibilities Installation Proper Use Safety ..~.......~ Precautions to Avoid Possible Exposure to Excessive Microwave Energy Using the Microwave Upper Oven Setting the Clock Using the Minute Timer Cooking in One Cycle Defrosting Cooking in Two Cycles Cooking Automatically after Defrosting Cooking to a Serving Time Cooking with the Temperature Probe Bi-Level Oven Rack Changing or Cancelling Instructions Other Operating Hints Cleaning the Microwave Oven Important Information How Microwave Ovens Work The Microwave Oven Light Uslng Your Cooktop and lower Oven Surface Unit Controls The Lower Oven Controls 2 2 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 9 IO 12 14 16 18 19 19 19 20 22 22 23 23 24 Poge The Oven Selector ................. The Oven Temperature Control ................ Baking or Roasting Adjusting the Oven Temperature Control ......................... Using the Automatic MEALTIMER Clock ........................... Broiling ........................... Broiling Chart ................... The Cooktop Light ................... The Lower Oven Light ................ The Oven Vent ...................... ................. Optlonal Accessories Rotisserie .......................... Canning Kit ......................... Cleaning and Caring for Your Range Control Panel and Knobs ............ Surface Units and Reflector Bowls .... Storage Drawer ..................... The Lower Oven Self-Cleaning Cycle Cleaning Chart ..................... If You Need Service or Assistance I. Before Calling for Assistance ...... ........... 2. If You Need Assistance .............. 3. If You Need Service ............ 4. If You Have a Problem 24 24 24 25 26 27 27 28 29 29 29 29 29 30 30 30 32 33 36 37 37 37 38 38 3 Using the fniaowave upper oven Mlcrowave Oven Controls The top part of the Control Panel has the microwave oven controls. There are four kinds of controls: -The Digital Display/ Clock, -Signal Lights, -Command Pads, -Number Pads. What each of these does will be covered on the following pages. One note: The Command and Number Pads are not buttons. You don’t have to push them...just touch them. When You first plug in the range, the Clock/ Display will show 88:88. If, after you set the clock (page 51, the Clock again shows all B’s, it means your electricity was off for a while. Reset the clock. Read the following pages carefully. DIGITAL DISPLAY /CLOCK - it shows you what number touched pads you tells the oven you are going to cook at less than full power. -START tells the oven to start. -DEFROST tells the oven to run at 30% of full NUMBER PADS A Signal Light comesion every time you touch a Command Pad. While the oven is running, the Signal Light or lights will be on to show you what the oven is doing. SETTINGIHECLOCK Wher; the range IS first plugged in, the Clock/ Display shows 88:88. If the electric power ever goes off, the Clock/ Display will also show all 8’s when the power comes hack c? You ( an cook or use the Minute Timer without setting the clock, but the display will be blank after cooking. The oven door must be closed before setting the clock. DO THIS... I. . q THIS HAPPENS . . . The word “seP’will glow on the display. Start touching number pads for the desired time within 5 seconds. Touch CLOCK. m 2. 3. The Display will show what numbers you touched In the order you touched them. This example shows 3:25. Touch number pads for the correct tlme of day. . q Touch START. The START Signal Light will come on to show that you have touched START.It will go off In aboLlt 5 seconds. The clock is set. 5 USING THE MINUTE TIMER The Minute Timer does not start or stop cooking, it works like a kitchen timer. Set in minutes or seconds and you will hear a beep when the set time is up. The oven door must be closed before setting the Minute Timer. THIS HAPPENS... DO THIS... 1. The MINUTE TIMER Signal Light will come on and the Display will show a “0.” Within 5 seconds start touching number pads for the desired time. Ill!m Touch MINUTE TIMER. The Display WIII show what numbers you touched in the order you touched them. This example shows 1 minute, 45 seconds 2. 3. Touch number pads for minutes and seconds. q The START and MINUTE TIMER Signal Lights will come on to show that l you have touched START; l the Minute Timer IS running The START Light WIII go off in about 5 seconds Touch START. count doun The Display counts down the seconds to show how much time is left on the Minute Timer When the set time IS up, a buzzer will sound and the Display will show the time of day. 1. The Minute 2. Opening 3. If you open oven door and reset the Minute Minute Timer and to restart the oven. Timer can be used when the oven is cooking the microwave oven door does not stop the Minute To change i or cancel Timer. Timer touch START twice the Minute Tlmer: 1 Touch MINUTE TIMER. 2. Touch number 0 to cancel, or 2 Touch desired new number Then: 3 Touch START pads to change to start the COOKING IN ONE CYCLE Follow these steps to cook at one power level: HIGH COOK POWER THIS HAPPENS... DO THIS... 1. Put tood in the oven and close the door. The COCK CYCLE 1 Signal Light will come on and the Display will show four 0’s. The Display will show the numbers you touched in the order you touched them. This example shows 4 minutes, 30 seconds. Touch number pads for the cooking time you want. The oven will automatically 4. cook at high Cook Power. The START and COOK CYCLE 1 Signal Lights will come on to show what You have told the oven to do. The START Light will go off in about 5 seconds. Touch START. count down The Display counts down the time to show how much cooking time is left. When the cooking time ends, a buzzer will sound 4 times. (You can stop the buzzer by opening the oven door ortouching CANCEL.) When the buzzer stops, the Display will show the time of day. LOWER COOK POWERS ~__~~ For best results, some recipes call for lower Cook Powers. Lowering the Cook Power slows the cooking. The lower the Cook Power, the slower the cooking. Each number pad on your microwave oven stands for a different percentage of Cook Power. Many recipes in Your MICRO MENUS, Cookbook tell You, by number, which Cook Power to use. Recipes in other books and magazines may tell You by name (HI, MED, LO, etc.) or by percentage (1 O%, 50%, 80%, etc.). The following chart gives You the percentage of Cook Power each number pad stands for, and the Cook Power name usually used. automatic 9 8 7 6 5 -Tmk z 2 1 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% of of of of of of of of of of full full full full full full full full full full power power power power power power power power power power HIGH MED-HI MED MED-LO LOW CONTINUED NEXT PAGE 7 LOWER COi K POWt;X C~L)NTI~VUED DO THIS... 1. THIS HAPPENS. . . Put food in the oven and close the door. The COOK CYCLE 1 Signal Light will come on and the Display will show four 0’s. The Display WIII show the numbers you touched in the order you touched them. This example shows 7 minutes, 30 seconds. 3. Touch number pads for the cooking time you want. Eli! ‘I 4. Touch COOK POWER. 5. Touch a number pad for the Cook Power you want. 6. The COOK POWER Signal Light will come und the Display will show two O’s I# R on The START, COOK CYCLE 1 and COOK POWER Signal Lights will come on to show what you have told the oven to do. The START Light will go off in about 5 seconds Touch START. count down The Clsplay counts down the time lo show how much cooking time is IeH When the cooking time ends, a buzzer will sound 4 times (You can stop the buzzer by opening the door or by touching CANCEL.) When the buzzer stops, the Display will show the time of day. DEFROSTING Use tr;e deiros? setting to tnaw frozen food before cooking. For suggested defrost ttmes, ,:XXK the gti;lde on rhe inside of the oven door or in your MICRO MENUS” Cookt; ok ‘Tmk THIS HAPPENS... DO THIS... 1. Put frozen oven and door. in the the q , 2. food close The DEFROST Signal Light will come the Display will show four O’s * on and Touch BEFROSl. The Display will show the numbers you touched in the order you touched them. This example shows 2 minutes, 30 seconds. Touch number the defrosting want. pads for time you ma . . 4. Touch START count down The START and DEFROST Signal Lights will come on to show what you have told the oven to do. The START Light will go off in a bout 5 seconds. The Drsplay counts down the time to show how much defrosting time is left When the defrost time ends, a buzzer will sound 4 times. [You can stop the buzzer by opening the oven door or touching CANCEL.] When the buzzer stops, the Display will show the time of day. FASTER OR SLOWER DEFROSTING ~-.- ~~ oven automatically uses 30% of full Cook Wne ‘ii .:?~;~;ch DEFROST, the microwave Fewer 1c: :.:ower or faster defrostrng, see lower Cook Powers on page 8. l Use LG”b .~f :uii power for slower defrosting. 0 Use CO% ‘JI fui! power for faster defrosting. Defrosting at Cook Powers hlgher than 30% can cause some cooking on the outside of the food. HOLDING OR STANDING TIME: For bzst results allow the food to stand for awhile after defrosting. the temoerature of the food and provide more even defrosting. This will equalize 9 COOKING IN IWO CYCLES For best results, some recipes call for one Cook Power for a certain length of time, and another Cook Power for another length of time. Your oven can be set to change from one to the other automatically. DO THIS... 1. THIS HAPPENS... Put food in the oven and close the door. The COOK CYCLE 1 Signal Light will come on and the Drsplay will show four O’s The Display will show the numbers you touched in the order you touched them. This example shows 3 minutes, 25 seconds. 3. Touch number pads for the cooking time you want in the first cycle. •il ‘. 4. .. . The COOK Power Signal Light will come and the Display WIII show two O’s on Touch COOK POWER. If you want the high Cook Power, skip to step 6. The Display will show what You touched This example shows 60% of full power 5. Touch a number pad for the Cook Power you want in the first cycle. II a. 6. The COOK CYCLE 2 Signal Light will come on and the Display will show four O’s Touch COOK CYCLE 2. The Display will show the numbers you touched in the order you touched them. This example shows 4 minutes, 30 seconds. 7. Touch number pads for the cooklng tlme you want In the second cycle. Em ‘. 8. .. The COOK POWER Signal Light will come and the Display will show two O’s . on Touch COOK POWER, If you want the high Cook Power, skip to step 10. The Display will show what you touched This example shows 40% of full power 9. Touch a number pad for the Cook Power you want in the second cycle. The START Signal Light will come on for a bout 5 seconds. The COOK CYCLE 1 Light will come on and stay on while the oven is cooking in the first cycle. The COOK POWER Light will be on if you are using a Cook Power other than high. count d0Wl-l The Display counts down the cooking time to show how much time is left in the first cycle For 2 of every 10 seconds, the Display will show the Cook Power you selected, if you are using a Cook Power other than high. A buzzer will sound at the end of the first cycle You can either open the door to check the food, or you can let the oven start the second cycle. If you do open the door, lust close it and push START to restart the oven The the The are count down COOK CYCLE 2 Light will come on when oven starts cooking in the second cycle COOK POWER Light will come on if you using a Cook Power other than high The Display counts down the cooking time to show how much time is left in the second cycle For 2 of every 10 seconds, the Display will show the Cook Power you selected, if you are using a Cook Power other than high. When the second cycle is over, a buzzer will sound 4 times. (You can stop the buzzer by opening the door ortouching CANCEL.) When the buzzer stops, the Display will show the time of day. 11 COOKING AUTOMATICALLY The controls can be set so the microwave Cycle 1 and even Cycle 2. DO THIS... 1. 2. AFTER DEFROSTING oven goes automatically from defrosting to THIS HAPPENS... Put frozen food in the oven and close the door. Iq. The DEFROST Signal Light will come the Display will show four O’s on and Touch DEFROST. The Display will show the numbers you touched in the order you touched them. This example shows 2 minutes, 30 seconds 3. Touch number pads for defrosting time you want. Ia a. 4. The COCK CYCLE 1 Signal Light will come and the Display will show four 0's. on Touch COOK CYCLE 1. The Display will show the numbers you touched in the order you touched them. This example shows 3 minutes, 25 seconds. 5. Touch number pads for the cooking time you want in the first cycle. The COOK POWER Signal Light will come and the Display will show two O’s 6. Touch COOK POWER. Options: Skip to step 8 if you want the first cycle to cook at high power. Skip to step 12 if you want only one cycle at high power. The Display will show what you touched This example shows 60% of full power. 7. 12 Touch a number pad for the Cook Power you want in the first cooking cycle. on The COOK CYCLE 2 Signal Light will come on and the Display will show four 0’s. .. 8. •i Touch COOK CYChE 2. Optlon: Touch START If cooking In only one cycle after defrostlng. The Display will show the numbers you touched in the order you touched them. This example shows 4 minutes, 30 seconds. 9. Touch number pads for the cooking time you want in the second cooking cycle. The COOK POWER Signal Light will come and the Display will show two O’s on 1 O.Touch COOK POWER. Option: Touch START if you want the high Cook Power. The Drsplay WIII show what you touched This example shows 40% of full power. 11,Touch a number pad for the Cook Power you want in the second cooking cycle. 12.Touch START. .. m count down The START and DEFROST Signal Lights will come on. DEFROST will stay on during the defrost cycle. START will go off in about 5 seconds. The Display counts down the time to show how much time is left in the defrost cycle. When the defrost cycle is over, the microwave oven automatically holds the food for the same amount of time used for defrosting. The Display counts down the hold time and the HOLD Signal Light will be on. When the hold time is over, a buzzer will sound and the first cooking cycle will start The COOK CYCLE 1 Signal Light will come on and stay on during the first cooking cycle. The COOK POWER Light will also come on If you are uslng a Cook Power other than hlgh. 13 count down 0 The Display counts down the time to show how much time is left in the first cooking cycle. When the first cooking cycle is over, a buzzer will sound and the second cooking cycle will start. (If only one cooking cycle IS used, 4 buzzes will sound, and the oven will stop.) 2 05 The COOK CYCLE 2 Signal Light will come on and stay on during the second cooking cycle. The COOK POWER Light will also come on if you are using a Cook Power other than high. m The Display counts down the time to show how much cooking time is left in the second cycle count down For 2 of every 10 seconds, the Display will show the Cook Power you selected, if you are using a Cook Power other than high. ()z* 0 % 0$i+f& The holdlng tlme allows food temperature to even out all the way through the food. To sklp the holdlng tlme: l l When the cooking time is over a buzzer will sound 4 times [You can stop the buzzer by opening the oven door ortouching CANCEL ] When the buzzing stops, the Display will show the time of day Instruct the microwave oven to DEFROST and to cook in COOK CYCLE 2, or Use COOK CYCLE 1 to defrost at 30% Cook Power; use COOK CYCLE 2 for cooking To check or stir foods during cycles: 1 2. 3 4 Open Check. Close Touch where between or the door. The oven will shut off stir or rotate the food the door START The oven will go on from it stopped. COOKING TO A SERVING TIME The microwave oven controls can be set to start and stop the oven automatrcally, even when you are not home. The Serve Time feature allows you to set the time you want the food to be finished cooking DO THIS... THIS HAPPENS... m 1. 14 Touch SERVE TIME. The SERVE TIME Signal Light will come on and the Display will show 4 0’s. Decide what time you want the food to be done cooking. The Display will show the numbers you touched in the order you touched them. This example shows a Serve Time of 6:O0. the time you want the food to be ready to serve. 3. 4. Cook in Defrost, Cook Cycle 1, Cook Cycle 2, or a combination of them. Use high Cook Power or lower Cook Powers. Touch in the cooking instructions needed for the food to be cooked. If the Display begins flashing, there isn’t enough time left before the Serve Time for the oven to do what you told it to do. Touch CANCEL and start over with a later Serve Time Touch START. The START and stay on. All the cooking starts, Display will go happening Extra information: Make sure the ~G;:-t IS set to the right time If i!:Jy . You c 3n’l 551 t’le Serve Tr!me for more than ‘i2 ho.lrs ottel ‘he correct time of day e II SOL open !he door before the oven Deglrs rc cook. be sure to retouch START. m 1’ ~01 wc9t lr:e n?rcrc_~~/~aveoven to start ,NtiCII qoi, 3re nc31 home .-0ok'rig . lise fc ,ods that ~QI!Inot go nad or spool w~Me wa111na for c<J:-‘ktnr; to Stan Avotd l SERVE TIME Signal Lights will other lights will go off. When the Signal Lights and on to show what is using dashes with milk or eggs, cream soups, cooked meats-, poultry or fish, or any item with baking powder or yeast. Smoked or frozen meats may be used; so can vegetables, fruits and casserole-type foods Any food that has to wait for cooking to start should be very cold or frozen before it IS put in the oven. MOST UNFROZEN FOODS SHOULD NEVER STAND MORE THAN TWO HOURS BEFORE COOKING STARTS. SERVE TIME AND THE TEMPERATURE PROBE 1 Follow IfI .+ru< tront or, page It 47 for plug-ging 11.1fre Temperatii;e Probe 2 Touch SEKVt i!Mi 3 Toucr\ the nlJmwr pad: foithe time you want the ‘oo:> finr.~hed 4. Folicw Int;tri.rctlons on pugelb-17for touch1ngin ter!vperat:Jlrzcv3 cook power instr:icrlc 5 5 Touch START NOTE When cooking toward a Serve Time <while using the Temperature Probe, the mIcrowave oven will start cooking 90 minutes before the Serve Time you set. If cooking time will be less than 90 minutes, set a later Serve Time 15 COOKING WITH THE TEMPERRTURE PROBE The MEAL SENSOR- Temperature Probe helps take guesswork out of cooking roasts and larger casseroles. The probe is designed to turn off the oven when it senses the temperature you want. See your MICRO MENUS‘ Cookbook for helpful information in cooking different types of foods. Number Pads are used to touch in the flnal food temperature you want. Touch... To Get Approximately... 90 F(32 C) 110 F(43 C) 120 F(49 C] 130 F(54 C] 1 2 3 4 Touch... -~ 5 6 7 a 9 To Get Approximately... 145 F (63 C] 150-F (66 CJ 160 F(71 C) 165 F (74 C) la5 F (a5 cl DO THIS... Socket 1. Insert at ieast ’ 3 of the temperature probe Into the food DO THIS... Ill0 .. 4. 2. Place food in the oven and plug the probe into the socket on the oven wall 3. Make sure the probe does not touch any part of the oven interior. Close the door. THIS HAPPENS... The COOK TEMP Signal Light WIII come and the Display will show two O’s on Touch COOK TEMP. The Display will show the number you touched This example uses 6, or a final cooked temperature of about 150 F (66 C] The 0 means the food is still cold 5. Touch a number pad for the d&red final temperature. Eli The COOK POWER Signal Light will come and the Dtsplay will show IWO O’s El The Display will show what you touched. This example shows 60% of full power. ‘. 6. .a . Touch COOK POWER. Option: Touch START if you want to use full power. 0 7. 16 on Touch the number pad for the Cook Power you want. Tmk The COOK POWER, COOK TEMP and START Lights will come on. The START Light will go off in about 5 seconds, the others will stay on. For 2 of every 10 seconds, the Display will show the Cook Power you selected if you are using a Cook Power other than high. When the probe senses the temperature you selected, the oven shuts off and 4 buzzes sound. (You can stop the buzzer opening the oven door ortouching CANCEL.) When the buzzes stop, the will show the time of day. HINTS FOR USING THE ~~-TEMPERATURE PROBE DO... l use t-of pads when removing probe froh? tood or food from oven l stir foods during cooking when recommended e stir sc.ups. casseroles and drinks before servlflg a covet rousts with foil and let stand a few minutes after cooking. Remrjve !oil if You decide to cook it longer. For casseroles, the tip of the probe should be in the center of the food. Stir foods when recommendea Replace the probe. DONT... o le? probe or probe cable touch any part of the oven interior. o let probetouch foil (if used). Foil can be kept away from probe with wooden toothpicks. Remove foil if arcing occurs. l use paper, plastic wrap or or plastic contamers. They will be in the oven too long. o use probe In regular oven. l force probe info frozen food. l use probe for foods that need to simmer. For liquids, balance the probe on a wooden spoon or spatula so the tip of the probe is in the center of the liquid For roasts, the tip of the probe should be in the center of the largest muscle, but not touching fat or bone. by TIPS l l l l in several of the items -all not heat at the same rate. Casseroles cooked using the MEAL SENSOR probe should be made from precooked foods. Do not use raw meats, raw vegetables and cream sauces in casseroles Dry casseroles do not work well l Thaw frozen casseroles and meats in the microwave oven before inserting the probe. If you are cooking individual servings such as mugs of soup, check the probe setting CLEANING Dry meat loaf mixtures l l don’t work well. Remember that roasts may vary in size, shape and composition. Use the timings for minutes per pound as a guideline as well as the MEAL SENSOR probe. Starchy vegetables SENSOR probe. tend to stick to the MEAL THE PROBE: 1. Remove probe from microwave oven using hot 2. Wipe probe with a hot sudsy cloth. Use a plastic stubborn foods. 3. Probe may be placed in the silverware basket 4. Be careful not to kink the cable. NOTE: Make sure you have the right probe for your thehandle. BI-LEVEL the mugs may pads. scouring pad to remove of the dishwasher. oven. It WIII have”HI-Z”on OVEN RACK Use the Bi-Level Oven Rack to stack foods when cooking in more than one container. The rack can be turned upside-down to help fit taller containers on the bottom of the oven. First Posltlon: Use the rack only when heating more than one container of food. Do not let a container touch the top of the oven. Second Posltlon: Turn rack upside-down when using a taller container on the bottom of the oven. CLEANING l l l THE RACK Wash by hand with a mild detergent. Wash on the top rack of a dishwasher. Do not use abrasive scrubbers or cleansers SPECIAL CAUTIONS Put food in containers, then place containers on rack. l Do not cook foods directly on rack without putting them in containers first. l Do not use with browning dish. l Use only in the microwave oven. l Do not let food or container touch the top of the oven. . Do not store rack in the oven, l Use only when cooking foods in more than one container. l CHANGING OR CANCELLING INSTRUCTIONS To change or cancel any instructions you have touched, simply touch CANCEL. All rnstructrons will be cancelled. The Display will show the time of day and you can start over If you want to change or cancel Instructions before you have touched START,simply touch In the new Instructions. They will cancel the old ones. OTHER OPERATING HINTS These are a number of things you can do with your microwave oven, Some will be reminders. Others will be mentioned for the first time. I, To double check settlngs while the oven is running, touch the command pad for the setting you want to check. The instruction programmed for that pad will show on the Display for 5 seconds. Then the Display returns to show what the oven is doing, 2. To stop the oven while It Is runnlng: * Open the door. The oven will stop. You can restart it by closing the door and touching START. * Touch CANCEL. All instructions will be erased. You must touch in new instructions. 3. If you touch two instructions into the same cycle, the second instructions will erase the first. 4. When using a Cook Power other than high, the Display will show the Cook Power for 2 seconds of every 10 during cooking. 5. When Cook Cycle 1 follows Defrost, a holding time equal to the Defrost time will occur before Cook Cycle 1. Cook Cycle 1 will begin after this automatic hold time. CLEANING THE MICROWKVE OVEN Wipe often wrh warm sudsy water and a soft cloth or sponge The control panel may be cleaned with a soft soapy cloth or spray glass cieaner. For stubborn soil, boil a cup of water in the oven for 2 or 3 minutes. Steam will soften the soil. Do not use abraslve cleaners Be sure to clean the areas where the door and oven frame touch when closed. Rinse well. or steel wool pads. 19 IMPORTANT Before you start using your microwave intomotion will help you avoid Metallic before oven, read this section carefully. This to your oven. Trim Cooking in metal containers can damage the oven. So can containers with hldden metal [twist-ties, foil-lining, staples, metallic glaze or or cooktrim). Test dinnerwore ware domoge INFORMATION using Paper can char or burn, and some plastics can melt if used when heating foods for more than 4 minutes To tesr a d/sh for sole use, put it into the oven with a cup of water beslde it. Cook on high Cook Power for one minute. If the dlsh gets hot and the water stays cool, do not use It. NEVER start a microwave oven when It’s empty. The oven can be damaged. If you experiment, put a container of water ii? the oven. NEVER COOK OR REHEAT A WHOLE EGG. Slice hard boiled eggs before heating. Steam build-up in whole eggs may cause them to burst and possibly damage the oven Don’t let anything touch the top of the oven cavity. Continued 20 next page Rough C’ harsh cleaners DO NOT store things In the cari scrclrch or dull the oven c~‘;?Q fin:stl DO NOT USE THEM. Overcooking some foods can cause them to scorch or flame...especially foods like potatoes, popcorn, snacks, etc. See the MICRO MENUS Cookbook. hL:re pi-:pczrn only 1r1 ;;c pper! de.s;gned for use 1’1a7:Icrowave ovens Foilow popoer directions Pesul+s (71e the popper rnanufa~:t~jr9r’s :es:!c;ns~:~rlrry Liquids heated In certain containers may overheat The liquid may then splash out with a loud noise This does not harm the oven but you should not use such contarners to heat liquids again Do NOT OVERCOOK POTATOES. At the end of the recommended cooking time they should be slightly firm. Wrap in foil and set aside for 5 minutes They will finish cooking while standing. USE HO7 PADS. Microwave energy ,:oes not heat conla~~~.~rs but the hot fo:,? d( --; Follow MICRO MENUSCookbook directions carefully to properly cook different types of food. If using a different cookbook, you may need to experiment with times and Cook Powers. l Double-check all settings. l Use the oven only for defrosting, cooking or reheating It is normal forthe inside of the oven door to look wavy after the oven has been running for a while. If your e!ectric power line voltage IS iess than the normal :?40 volts, cooking tlrqes rnrly be longer -Tmk At times, an extra fan automatically turns on to help protect the microwave oven from excess heat; you may notice a louder sound level when this fan is running. i OVENS WORK HOW MICR- Microwave ovens are safe. Microwave energy is not hot. It causes make Its own heat, and it’s this heat that cooks the food. Mode Mixer Mag?etron Oven i=avity Metal food to Bottom iloor Microwaves ore like TV waves or lrght waves You can’t see them, but you can see what the\ do A magnetron produces mrcrowaves. The microwaves move into the oven where they are scattered around by a stirrer (like a fan). Microwaves bounce off metal oven walls and are absorbed by food lne bottom of your microwave oven lets microwaves through. Then they bounce off the metal floor, back through the bottom, and are absorbed by the food Microwaves pass through glass, paper and plastic without heating them so food absorbs the energy. Mtcrowaves bounce off metal pans so food does not absorb the energy Microwaves may not reach the center of a roast. The heat around the outside is what cooks the roast all the way through. This IS one of the reasons for letting some foods (roasts, baked potatoes] stand for a while after cooking, or for stirring some foods during the cooking time. The microwaves disturb water molecules in the food. As the molecules bounce around bumping into each other. heat is made, like rubbing your hands together. This is the heat that cooks. THE MICROWAVE OVEN LIGHT The light in the microwave oven is operating. To replace the light oven comes bulb: 1. Move range away from the wall. Be very careful. It Is heavy. 2. Unplug the power cord. 3. Remove holding screw on access panel. 4. Remove the cardboard baffle from the bulb. 5. Replace the bulb with a 40-watt appliance bulb. 6. Replace the cardboard baffle and the access panel 7. Plug in the power cord and move the range back into position. 22 on when the door is open and when the Using your cooktop and lower oven COOKTOP AND LOWER OVEN CONTROLS Set Time Knob Start Time Knob Stop Time Knob Lock Light Clean Light Adjustable Lower Oven Temperature Control I ower Oven Slgnal Light Surface Unit Signal Lights Surtace Unlt Control Lower Oven Selector Cooktop Light Switch Manual Lower Oven Light Switch SURFACE UNIT CONTROLS ; One of the signal lights will glow to remind you which surface unit is on. Be sure all slgnal lights are off when you are not cooklng. Control knobs must be pushed In before turnlng. Turn either way until the setting you want shows in the window. Set them anywhere from HI to OFF. Signal lights match location of surface units on cooktop Until you get used to the settings, Use HI to start foods cooking or to bring liquids to CI boll Surlace unlt will not turn red It good contact Is made wtth bottom of pan. use the followlng Use MED-HI to hold a rapld boll or to fry chlcken or pancakes. See “The Accessory your “Cooking information. as a gulde. Use MED tor gravy, puddlngs and Icings, or to cook large amounts of vegetables. Canning Guide” Use MED-LO to keep food cookIng after startlng It on a higher setting. Kit”(page29) for important and utensil Use LO to keep food warm until ready to serve. Set the heat hlgher or lower wlthln the LO band to keep food at the temperature you want. 23 THE LOWER WEN CONTROLS The lower Temperature oven is controlled by two knobs: the Oven Selector and the Oven Control. Bofh must be on 0 setting for the oven to heat. THE OVEN SELECTOR With the Oven Selector on BROIL, only the top element heats. (Broiling, pg. 27). With the Oven Selector on BAKE, the bottom element does most of the work. The top element heats, but does not turn red. (Baking, pg. 25). With the Oven Selector on TIMED, the MEALTIMER’ Clock can be used to turn the oven on and off automatically. (MEALTIMER Clock, pg.26). *Tmk THE OVEN TEMPERATURE CONTROL Use the Oven Temperature Control to set baking or roasting temperature when the Oven Selector is on BAKE or TIMED. When both the Oven Selector and Temperature Control are on BROIL, the broil element heats all the time. The BAKING OR ROASTING 1 Put the rack(s) where you want them before turning on the oven. Rack(s) should be placed so food can be centered in the oven. Always leave at least 1’ 2 to 2 inches (4-5 cm) between the sides of the pan and the oven walls and pans. ~~..~~~~ For more information, see the “Cooking Guide.” Lift rack at front and pull out. 24 Oven Temperature Control can be set on a temperature for slower broiling [see Broiling, page 27). Set the Oven Selector BAKE. te!!!!!E=I:----__--.--- 9J Put food in the oven. Oven rock wah ond door ADJUSTING Let the oven preheat until the Signal Light goes off. Set the Oven Temperature Control to the baking temperature you want on w//l be ho! Guring baking, the elements will turn on and off to help keep the oven temperature at the setting. The Signal Light WIII turn on and off with the elements. The top element helps heat during baking, but does not turn red. When baking is done, both knobs to OFF. turn THE OVEN TEMPERATURE CONTROL --.___ xxs your new oven seem to be hotter or colder than your old oven at the soxe setiings? iheteirlperature setting if? your old oven may have changed grf:dualiy Over the years The accurate setting of your new oven can seem differI?:-,! If vou think the oven temperature needs adjusting, follow these steps: Locking 1. 3. Pull the Oven Temperature Control straight off 2. To lower the temperature, move black part of knob closer to LO. Each notch AquaIs apout 10-F (5 cj 4. llghten the locking screw. Replace Screw Loosen the locking screw; NOTICE position notches. of To raise the temperature, move black part of knob closer to HI. Each notch equals aboutlO”F (5Y2). the knob. 25 USING THE AUTOMATIC -~~_ MEALTIMER CLOCK The Automatic MEALTIMER Clock is designed to turn the lower oven on and off at times you set...wen when you are not around. To start and stop baklng automatlcally: 1. Put the lower oven rack(s) where you want them and place the food in tk;e oven 2. Turn the Set Time Knob until the Start and Stop Time Dials show the right time of day. 3. Push in and turn the Start Time Knob clockwlse to the time you want baking to start 4. Push in and turn the Stop nrne Knob clockwbe 10 the time you want the oven to shut off. 5. Set the Oven Selector TIMED. 6. Set the Oven Temperature Control on the baking temperature you want. 7. Af?er baking IS done, both knobs to OFF To stop baking turn 8. on To stop the oven before the preset time, turn both knobs to OFF automatically: 1I Put th? over; rack(s] where you want them and piace the food in the oven. 2. Turn the Set Time Knob until the Start and Stop Time Dials show the right time of day 3. Push il: .zncj ?urn the Stop Time Knob clockw&e !c i1.9 time you want the oven ?o shut off. 4. 5. 6. Set the Oven Selector on TIMED Set the Oven Temperature Control on the baking temperature you want After baking is done, turn both knobs to OFF. To stop the oven before the preset time, turn both knobs to OFF. SPECIAL CAUTION: Use foods that will not go bad or spoil whl!e waiting for cooking to start. Avoid using dishes with milk or eggs, cream soups, cooked meats or fish, or any item with baking powder or yeast. Smoked or frozen meats may be used; so can vegetables, fruits and casseroletype foods. Vegetables can be cooked in 26 a covered baking dish with about a halfcup (118 ml) of water for 1 to 1% hours. Any food that has to wait for cooking to start should be very cold or frozen before it is put in the oven. MOST UNFROZEN FOODS SHOULD NEVER STAND MORE THAN TWO HOURS BEFORE COOKING STARTS. Tmk BROILING 4. Place the rack where you 2. Put the broiler pan and food on the rack. 3. Set the Oven Selector BROIL. 5. During broiling, the oven door must be partly open. A built-in stop will hold it there. 6. When broiling is done, turn both knobs to OFF want it for broiling. 4. Set the Oven Temperature Control on BROIL (or on a lower temperature for slower broiling). For slower brolllng, set the Oven instead of BROIL. The broil element The lower the temperature setting, The Oven Selector must be on BROIL and Suggested oven-rack Food Beef Steaks Rare Medium Well done Beef Steaks Rare Medium Well Done Hamburgers Lamb Chops Medium Ham slice, precooked or tendered Canadian Bacon Pork Rib or Loin Chop Well done _L,-l ~~ LnlcKen Fish Liver Frankfurters on Temperature Control on a remperature will then turn on and off instead of staying on, the slower the broiling. the door partly open for ail broiling temperatures, positions and broiling times Approxlmate Temperature 1st side Minutes set to BROIL 2nd side Description inches (cm) from top of food to Broil Element 1 ” (2.5 cm) 1 ” (2.5 cm) 1 (2.5cmJ 3” (8 cm) 3” (8 cm) 3’(8cm) 7-9 9-l 1 1 l-13 3-5 4-7 5-7 1’2 (4cm) 112’ (4 cm) 1 12” (4 cm j I*‘(1 cm) 4”-5” 4”-5” 4”-5 3” (8 13-l 5 17-19 19-21 6-8 6-8 8-l 0 14-16 4-5 1 ” (2.5 cm) ‘~“-1” (l-2.5 cm) 12” (1 cm) 34“-1 ” (2-2.5 cm) ^ ^ z-3 ID. (l-l .5 kg) cut in half whole fillets I ‘y-3 4” (l-2 cm) 3” (8 cm) 6-8 4-5 3’ (8 cm) 3” (8 cm) 6-8 6 4-5 4 (1 O-l 3 cm) [I O-l 3 cml il O-1 3 cmj cm) 4”-5’(10-13 cm) 15 IO 7”-9” (18-23 cm) 3”(8 cm) 3” (8 cm) 25-30 1 I-16 7-8 1 o-1 2 9-l 4 5-7 3”(8 cm) 4”-5” (I 0-q 3 cm) 3 6-7 3 4-5 27 THE COOKTOP LIGHT To turn on the fluorescent light under the upper oven, push the button under the control panel marked TOP LITE. Hold it in for a second before letting it go Push it agarn to shut off the light To replace the light tube: 4. Turn off the electrrc power at matn power supply 2. Remove the 3 screws and front metal trim that supports the light cover. The glass is heavy. Hold it securely. 3. Wlth both hands, lower the front of the cover a little and pull it straight toward you 4. Turn top of fluorescent tube toward you until It ,comes out of the receptacles at both ends 5. Replace wrth a 20-watt cool-white fluorescent tube 6. Wlih both hands, carefully fit the glass cover Into the metal SuppOrt tram at the back 7. Slide the cover back far enough for the front to fit behind the spring tabs at the er?ds 8. Replace the front support tram and the 3 screws 9. Turn electric power back on at main power supply 28 IHELOWERUVENLIGHI The lower oven light will come on when you open the oven door or when you push the Oven Light switch at the bottom of the control panel. Close the oven door or push the switch again to shut it off To replace the light bulb: 4. Turn off the electric at the main power power supply. 2. Remove the bulb cover by pulling out on the wire holder and moving it to the side. 4. Replace the bulb with a 40-watt appliance bulb available from most grocery, variety and hardware stores. 5. Replace the bulb cover and snap the wire holder in place. The bulb must have this cover when the oven Is belng used. 6. Turn the power back on at the main power supply Hot air and moisture escape from the lower oven through a vent under the right rear surface unit. You can cook on the unit, or keep food warm on it while the oven is on. Plastic utensils lefl over the vent can melt. Do not block the vent. Poor baking can result. OptSod Accessories ROTISSERIE It you would like a rotisserie for your lower oven, you can order a kit (Part No. 261881) from your dealer, The kit includes easy installation inStrUCtiOnS. CANNING KIT (Part No. 242905) The large diameter of most water-bath or pressure canners combined with high heat settings for long periods of time can shorten the life of regular surface units and cause damage to the cooktop. If you plan to use the cooktop for canning, we recommend the installation of a Canning Kit. Order the kit from your Whirlpool Dealer or Tech-Care Service Company. Use only flat-bottomed utensils for best results and to prevent damage to the range Specialty items with rounded or ridged bottoms [woks, ridged bottom canners or tea kettles] are not recommended. See the “Cooking Guide” for important utensil information. SEE THE “COOKING GUIDE”FOR IMPORTANT CANNING INPORMATION 29 Cleaning and caring for your range SURFACE UNITS AND REFLECTOR BOWLS CONTROL PANEL AND KNOBS REMOVING 1. First make sure lower oven and surface unlt control knobs are set on OFF. All knobs pull stralght off. Surface unit knobs have a collar and sprlna. 1. 2. 2. Use warm soapy water and a soft cloth to wipe the panel. Rinse and wipe dry 3. Wash knobs and surface unit collars warm soapy water. Rinse well and dry In 3. Be sure surface unrts are OFF and CCCL. Lift the edge of the unit opposrte the receptacle just enough to clear?he reflector bowl Puil the surface receptacle unit strarght away from the Put imall end of sprlng closest to control panel. 4. 3o Push knobs strcight back on. Make sure they point to OFF. Make sure the collar and sprlng on surface unlt knobs are put together as shown. Bowl Opening 4. Loft out the reflector bowl and trim ring. 1. Be sure surface unit controls 4. While pushrng the surface unit terminal into the receptacle, lift a little on the edge of the unit nearest the receptacle. 5. When the terminal is pushed into the receptacle as far as it will go, the surface unit will fit into the trim ring. are OFF. Receptacle 2. Line up opening in the reflector bowl and notch in trim ring with the surface unit receptacle. Reflector bowls reflect heat back to the utensils on the surface units. They also help catch spills. When they are kept clean, they reflect heat better and look new longer. If a trim ring gets discolored, some of the utensils used may not be flat enough. Or some may be too large for the surface unit. In either case, some of the heat that is meant to go into or around a utensil goes down and heats the trim ring. This extra heat can discolor it. 31 STORAGE DRAWER The storage drawer is tor storing pots and pans. Never store anything that can burn or melt In the drawer. The drawer is warm when baking in the lower oven Use care when handling the drawer. REMOVING THE STORAGE DRAWER 1. Pull drawer straight the first stop. REPLACING out to 2. Lift front and pull out to the second stop 3. Lift back slightly and slide drawer all the way out 3. Lift drawer front to clear second stop and slide drawer closed THE STORAGE DRAWER Drawer Slide Rail 1. 32 Fit ends of Drawer Slide Rails into drawer guides both sides of opening. 2. on Lift drawer front and push in until metal stops [on drawer slide rails) clear white stops on drawer guides. THE LOWER OVEN SELF-CLERNING CYCLE The lower oven self-cleaning cycle uses very hlgh heat to burn away soil. Before you start, make sure you understand exactly how to use the cycle safely. BEFORE YOU START 1. Clean areas that may not be cleaned during the cycle. Use hot water and detergent or a soapy steel-wool pad on... Clean Frame l the frame around the oven l the inside of the door, especially the part outside the oven seal. DO NOT trv to clean the fiberglass seal. DO NOT move It or bend It. 2. 3. 4. 5. Remove any pots or pans you may have stored in the oven. They can’t stand the high heat. Wipe out any loose soil or grease. This will help reduce smoke during the cleaning &%z.sure the motor socket cover is closed if your oven has a rotisserie. Put oven racks on the top two guides. Put two reflector bowls upslde down on each. They should not touch each other or the oven walls SPECIAL CAUTIONS DO NOT block the vent during the cleaning cycle Air must move freely for best results Do NOT use commercial oven cleaners in your oven. Damage to the porcelain finish may occur. DO NOT touch the oven during the cleaning cycle It can burn you. DO NOT force the Lock Lever The lever is designed to stay locked until the oven is cool enough to safely open. DO MOT use foil or other liners in the oven. During the cleaning cycle, foil can bum or melt. 1. Set the Oven Selector CLEAN. 4. 7. to Set the Oven Temperature Control to CLEAN. Push in the Stop Trme Knob and turn the hand clockwise about two or three hours. [Two hours for light soil; three or more for heavier soil.] 5. Move the Lock Lever o/l the way to the right. The Clean Light will come on only when the lever is all the way over. 6. When the Lock Light goes off, turn the Oven Selector and Oven Temperature Control to OFF. 8. Move the Lock Lever back to the left, Do not force It. Wait until it will move easily. This turns off the Clean Light. 9. DO NOT TOUCH THE RANGE DURING THE CLEANING 34 3. 2. Turn the Set Time Knob until the Start and Stop Time Dials show the right time of day. The Lock Light when the oven above normal temperatures. Lever can’t be when the Lock comes on gets baking The Lock moved Light is on Atter the oven Is cool, wipe off any residue or ash with a damp cloth. If needed, touch up spots with cleanser or soapy steel-wool pad. CYCLE. IT CAN BURN YOU. SPECIAL TIPS >,i 1. Keep the kitchen well ventilated during the cleaning cycle to help get rid of normal heat odors and smoke. 4. Oven racks lose their shine, discolor and become harder to slide on their guides when they are left in the oven during the cleaning cycle. To make them slide easier, polish the edges of the racks and rack guides with a soapy steel-wool pad, rinse well, and wipe on a thin coat of salad oil. 2. 3. Clean the oven before it gets heavily soiled. Cleaning a very soiled oven takes longer and results in more smoke than usual. 5. If the cleaning cycle doesn’t get the oven as clean as you expected, the cycle may not have been set long enough. Set the cleaning time longer for heavier soil. To stop the cleaning cycle after it has started: l Turn the Stop flrne Knob clockwise until the hand points to the right time of day. l Turn the Oven Selector and Oven Temperature Control to OFF. l When the Lock Light turns off, move the Lock Lever back to the left. DO NOT FORCE IT. Wait until it moves easily HOW IT WORKS During the self-cleaning cycle, the oven gets much hotter than it does for baking or broiling...approximately 875” F (468” C). This heat breaks up grease and soil, and burns it off The graph shows approximate temperatures and times during a selfcleaning cycle set for two hours. SELF-CLEANING CYCLE -TWO (Approximate 1000 F 800 F 600 F 400 F 200 F START Temperatures HOUR SElTING and Times) 204 ‘/a hr 1 hr I’,$ hrs 2 hrs Notice that the heating stops when the two-hour setting while longer for the oven to cool down enough to unlock. C 21/, hrs. is up, but that it takes a PART Outside range of WHAT TO USE Soft cloth, warm soapy water Nylon or plastic scouring pad for stubborn spots Surface units No cleaning Porcelainenamel reflector bowls Automatic dishwasher or warm, soapy water Self-Cleaning Oven cycle Chrome rings Automatic dishwasher or warm. soapy water or plastic scrubbina oad Warm, soapy water or soapy steel wool pads trim Broiler pan and grid Control knobs and chrome rims Control panel Oven racks Lower oven door glass and outside only of microwave oven Self-Cleaning Oven 36 required Warm, sudsy water and bristle brush Warm, soapy water Commercial glass cleaner Self-Cleaning Oven cycle Warm. soapy water or soaPY steel wool pads Warm, soapy water or plastic scrubbing pad Commercial glass cleaner l HOW TO CLEAN Wipe off regularly when range is cool. Do not allow food containing acids (such as vinegar, tomato, lemon juice or milk) to remain on surface. Acids will remove the glossy finish. l Do not use abrasive or harsh cleansers. l Spatters or spills will burn off. l Do not immerse in water. l Wipe out excess spills. Wash with other cooking utensils for routine cleaning. l Place upside down on oven racks in oven during Self-Cleaning Oven cycle. l Wash with other cooking utensils. 0 Do not place in Self-Cleaning Oven l Wash with other cooking utensils. 0 Do not place in Self-Cleaning Oven. l l l l l l l l l Wash, rinse and dry well. Do not soak. Wash, rinse and dry with soft cloth. Follow directions with cleaner. Leave in oven during Self-Cleaning cycle. Wash, rinse and dry. Use soapy steel wool pads for stubborn areas. Make certain oven is cool. Wash, rinse and dry well with soft cloth. Follow directions provided with Cleaner. Clean before using Self-Cleaning cycle to prevent burn-on of soil. l Follow directions given on page 33-35. “Using the Self-Cleanrng Cycle.” l Do not use commercial oven cleaners. Do not use foil to line the bottom ot your Selt-Cleaning Oven. For areas outside SelfCleaning area use warm, soapy water or soapy steel wool pads l If you need service or assistance, we suggest you follow these four steps: 1 l Before calling for assistance.. . Performance problems often result from little things you can find and fix yourself without tools of any kind. If nothlng operates: is the range correctly plugged into a live circuit with the proper voltage? (See Installatlon Instructlons.) 0 Have you checked the main fuse or circuit breaker box? If the mlcrowave oven will not run: l Is the timer set? l Is the door firmly closed and latched? l Did you touch START? l Did you follow the directions exactly? I? mlcrowave cooklng times seem too long: l Is the electric supply to your home low or lower than normal? Your electric company can tell you if the line voltage is low. 0 Is the Cook Power at the recommended setting? l Are you allowing for more time when cooking more food at one time? If the display shows a tlme counting down but the oven Is not cooklng... l Is the Hold indicator light on? l Is the-Minute Timer and no Cook Cycle indicator iight on? l Is the oven door closed completely? If the mlcrowave oven turns off too soon or not soon enough when uslng the probe: e Is at least Ii3 of the probe in the food? a Is the probe tip in the center of the food? 0 Is the probe touching bone or tat? l Have you allowed roasts to stand for a few minutes after cooking? l Is the probe plugged tightly into its socket? l Is the Cook Power set where it should be? l Is the COOK TEMP set at the end temperature you want? If the lower oven will not operate: l Is the Oven Selector turned,to a setting (BAKE or BROIL, but not TIMED)? l Is the Oven Temperature Control turned to a temperature setting? If surface units will not operate: l Have you checked main fuse or circuit breaker box? l Are surface units plugged in all the way? l Do the control knobs turn? l If the Self-Cleanlng cycle will not operufe: Are the Oven Selector and the Oven Temperature Control set to “CLEAN?” l Does the Start Time Dial show the correct time of day? l Is the Stop Time Dial set ahead to the time you want the cleaning cycle to stop? l Is the Lock Lever all-the way to the right? (The Clean Light will come on.] If cooklng resufh aren’t what you expect: l Is the range level? l Are you using pans recommended in the Cooklng Gulde? l If baking, have you allowed 1% to 2 inches [4-5 cm) on all sides of the pans for air circulation? l Does the oven temperature seem too low or too high? See “Adjusting the oven temperature control.” l Have you preheated the oven as the recipe calls for? l Are the pans the size called for in the recipe? l Are you following a tested recipe from a reliable source? l Do the cooking utensils have smooth, flat bottoms? l Do the cooking utensils fit the surface unit being used? See the Cooklng Guide for more information on cooking problems and how to solve them. l 2 l Ifyou need assistance* . . . Call the Whlrlpool COOL-LINE@ service as- sktance telephone number. Dlal free from: Contlnental U.S. . . . . . . . . (800) 253-1301 Mlchlgan . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . (600) 632-2243 121 and talk with one of our trained Consultants. The Consultant can instruct you in how to obtain satisfactory operation from your appliance or, if service is necessary, recommend a qualified service company in your area. Alaska 6 Hawall . . . . . . . . (800) 253-l If surface unlt knob or knobs will not turn: Did you push in before trying to turn? l Is the spring replaced as shown on page JO? l 37 3 l 4 If you need service * . . . Whirlpool has a nationwide network of franchised TECH-CARE” Service Companies. TECH-CARE service technicians are trained to fulfill the product warranty and provide afterwarranty service, anywhere in the United States. To locate TECH-CARE service in your area, call our COOL-LINE service assistance telephone number [see Step 2) or look in your telephone directory Yellow Pages under: APPLIANCES-HOUSEHOLDMAJOR-SERVICE 6 REPAIR WHlRLPOOLAPPilANCES FRANCHISEOTtCH-CARESERVICE SERI’IC‘E XYZSERVICECO 123 Maple ELECTRICAL APPLIANCESMAJOR--REPAIRING A PARTS OR (‘O.MPA,\iE.~ 993.3933 WHIRLPOOLAPPLIANCES FRANCHISEDTECH~CARE SERVICE SER\‘I(‘E XYZ SERVICECO 123 Maple 999~9339 OR WASHING MACHINES, 6 IRONERS-SERVICING DRYERS WHIRLPOOLAPPLIANCES FRANCHISEOTECH~CARESERVICE SERI'IC‘E XYZSERVICECO 12J Maple 38 C0MPA.VIE.S YYY-YY3Y C‘O.MI’A.t’IE~~ l If you have a problem*. .. Call our CCCL-LINE service assistance telephone number (see Step 2) and talk with one of our Consultants, or if you prefer, write to: Mr. Guy Turner, Vice President Whirlpool Corporation Administrative Center 2000 US-33 North Benton Harbor, Ml 49022 If you must call or write, please provide: model number, serial number, date of purchase, and a complete description of the problem. This information is needed in order to better respond to your request for assistance. THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK FSP is o registered trodemork of Whirlpool Corporation for quality ports. look for this FSP symbol of quality whenever R‘ you need a replacement port for your Whirlpool opplionce. FSP replacement ports will fit right and work right, because they ore made to the same exacting specifications used to build every new Whrrlpool appliance 0 genlon Harbor, Michigan. Automatic Washers, Clolhes Dryers. Freezers, Aefrigerator-Freezers. Ice Makers, Dishwashers. guilt-in Ovens and Surlace Units, Ranger. Microwave Ovens, Compactors, Room Air Conditioners, Oehumiditiers. Central Healing and Air Conditioning Systems. Part No. 311432 Printed in U.S.A.