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Electric Ovens
Quick Reference Guide
Built-in wall ovens, range ovens
IMPORTANT: This reference guide is not a substitute for the Use
& Care manual. Read and consult the appliance Use & Care
manual for important safety messages and additional
information regarding the use of your new appliance.
Avoid Potential Damage to Oven Racks: Do not attempt to
clean an oven rack using the oven’s Self-Clean feature. The
intense heat will damage the rack’s finish and performance.
Inserting the Telescopic Rack
Prepare the Oven for Use
Hold the rack by both sides.
Slide it in above the position
guide until the back of the
rack is about 2 inches from
the back of the oven. Tilt the
front of the rack up slightly (A)
and finish pushing the rack
back (B).
Set the Clock
See detailed instructions in your appliance’s Use and Care
manual. Procedure varies by appliance.
Perform a before-first-use cleaning
• Wipe the oven interior with a clean, damp cloth using a
mild dish detergent and wipe dry.
• To further reduce first-use odor, run a 30 minute bake
cycle at 350° F.
User Settings
Consult the Use & Care manual “User Settings” to set 12/24 hour
clock mode, Fahrenheit/Celsius temperature display, touchpad
sound, show clock, oven temperature offset, and auto convection
(select models only).
Oven Racks
Lower the front of the rack to finish seating it on the guide. The
rack should be level and flat when properly inserted. Slide the
moveable part of the rack in and out a few times to make sure
the rack is securely anchored.
Oven Mode and Temperature
Setting the cooking mode and temperature
Do not handle the rack when it is hot. Make sure the oven rack is
in the desired position before preheating the oven.
The oven has six rack
position guides numbered 1
to 6 starting from the bottom.
Refer to the table below or
the cooking charts in your
appliance’s Use & Care
manual for rack position to
use when baking.
Rack Position Usage
Position
The back of the rack drops into place. Pull the rack forward to
seat the back onto the rack position guide.
Best For
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•
Select the cooking mode you wish to use (see the cooking
mode chart on the next page for mode descriptions).
Accept or change the default temperature (See detailed
instructions in your appliance’s Use and Care manual. The
procedure used to change the oven temperature varies by
appliance).
Allowed Temperature Range by Mode
Mode
Lowest
°F
Highest
°F
Default
°F
Bake
100
550
350
Roast
100
550
325
Broil (low 450°; high 550°)
450
550
High
Warm
140
225
170
Proof*
85
125
100
Convection Bake*
100
550
325
6
hamburgers, steaks
5
toasting bread, broiling most meats, melting
cheese
4
thicker meats
Convection Multi-Rack*
100
550
325
broiling poultry, most baked goods on cooking
sheet or baking pan, one rack, frozen convenience
foods, cakes, casseroles, frozen pizza
Convection Roast*
100
550
325
Pizza*
100
550
400
Convection Broil* (Low, High)
450
550
High
Frozen Foods*
100
550
400
EcoChef*
100
550
325
3
2
small roasts/poultry, bundt cakes, pies, breads
1
large roasts, turkey, angel food cake
* some models only
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Mode Description and Usage
Oven Mode
Symbol
Description
Recommended Foods
Usage Tips
Bake
%
Cooks with dry, heated air
Variety of foods, such as cakes, cookies,
pastries, quick breads, quiche and
casseroles
Best used with a single rack
Roast
%
Uses more intense heat from upper
element, more browning of exterior
Best suited for meats, poultry, less tender
cuts of meats and roasting vegetables
Preheat not necessary. Use for cooking
bags and covered bakeware
Broil
(
Uses intense heat radiated from the
upper element
Tender cuts of meat (1" or less), poultry,
browning bread & casseroles
Preheat oven 3 - 4 minutes. Use with rack in
pan to drain fat away.Turn meat once
Warm
%
Maintains a low temperature in
order to keep food hot
Keeping cooked foods at serving
temperature
To keep food moist, cover with lid or foil. To
keep food dry, do not cover
Proof*
$
Maintains a low temperature for
proofing bread or other yeast
doughs.
Rising of bread dough containing yeast
Loosely cover dough with a cloth for rising
Convection
Bake*
2
Similar to Bake, but air is circulated
by a fan at the back of the oven
Best for baked goods such as cakes,
cornbread, pies, quick breads, tarts, and
yeast breads
Reduce temperature 25°F from recipe. Use
for 1 or 2 racks of food
Convection
Multi-Rack*
:
Circulates heat uniformly using fan
and heating element in the back
Use for biscuits, cookies, cream puffs,
cupcakes, dinner rolls, and muffins
Reduce temperature 25°F from recipe. Use
for 2 and 3 racks of food
Convection
Roast*
2
Uses lower and more intense heat
from upper element than
Convection Bake with air circulated
by a fan
Tender cuts of meat and poultry. Roasting
vegetables. Meats are more juicy and
moist than results with Roast mode
Preheat not necessary. Use recipe/cooking
chart temperature. Use open roasting pan
with rack
Pizza*
2
Similar to Bake, but air is circulated
from a fan at the back of the oven
that cycles on and off
All types of pizza - fresh, frozen, prebaked
crust, ready-to-bake
Preheat baking stone while preheating.
Crispy crust use oven rack. Best browning
use dark coated pizza pan
Convection
Broil*
4
Combines intense heat from upper
element with fan circulation
Tender cuts of meat (more than 1"),
poultry and fish. Not for browning
Preheat oven 3 - 4 minutes. Use with rack in
pan to drain fat away.Turn meat once
Frozen
Foods*
‹
Uses all the heating elements as
well as the convection fan to evenly
distribute heat
Frozen convenience foods such as fish
sticks, chicken nuggets and french fries.
No preheating required
Uses residual heat to reduce energy
consumption during cooking
Tender cuts of meat and poultry
Requires use of probe. Allow 5 - 10 minute
stand time outside the oven
Eco Chef*
9 CAUTION
Do not use the Warm mode to warm cold food. Maintain proper food temperature (USDA recommends 140°F or higher).
DO NOT keep food warm for longer than 1 hour.
* available in some models
Pan Placement
For Best Cooking Results
Baking results are better if pans are placed in the center of the
oven.
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•
•
•
•
Place a single pan in the center of the oven rack
Allow 1” to 1 1/2” around pans
Stagger pans if used on two racks so one pan is not above
another
Baking Pans and Dishes
•
•
Open the oven door as briefly as possible to avoid reducing
the oven temperature.
Use the interior oven light to view the food through the oven
window rather than opening the door frequently.
When using Convection baking modes (including MultiRack), set the oven temperature 25° lower than indicated in
conventional baking recipes or package directions.
Preheat oven for baked goods and pizza.
Use light anodized or shiny metal bakeware for tender, light,
golden brown crusts.
Dark, rough or dull pans absorb heat and will result in a browner,
crisper crust. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations in
selecting baking temperatures.
Insulated cookie sheets or bakeware will increase the length of
cooking time.
Use low-sided, uncovered pans for convection modes.
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Cooking Charts
Baked Goods
Type
Food
Recommended Mode
Oven Temp.
No. of
(in °F)
Racks
Cakes
Cupcakes
Bake
350
1
Conv Multi Rack*
325
2
Conv Multi Rack*
325
3
Cakes
Bake
350
1
Convection Bake*
325
2
Cookies
Brownies
Bake
350
1
Conv Bake
325
1
Cookies
Bake
350
1
Conv Multi Rack*
325
2
Conv Multi Rack*
325
3
Breads
Biscuits/Muffins
Bake
350
1
Conv Multi Rack*
325
2
Conv Multi Rack*
325
3
Quick Bread
Conv Bake
350
1
Yeast Bread
Conv Bake
400
1
Pie
Fruit, Fresh
Bake
400
1
Pumpkin
Bake
425
1
Bake
350
1
Pizza
Frozen, thin crust
Bake
425
1
Frozen, thin crust
PIzza*
425
1
Frozen, thick crust
Bake
425
1
Frozen, thick crust
PIzza
425
1
Fresh
Bake
425
1
Fresh
Pizza
425
1
Entrees
Casseroles
Bake
350 - 400
1
Frozen (nuggets, fish sticks, Bake
per package
1
fries)
Frozen Foods*
per package
1
Garlic Bread
Broil
Low
Quiche
Bake
425
1
Bake
375
1
Vegetables, roasted
Roast
400 - 500
1
Conv Roast *
400 - 500
1
* In models with convection. The convection temperatures have been reduced 25°F from the recipe’s or package’s directions.
Rack
Position(s)
4
2&5
1, 3 & 5
3
2&5
3
3
3
2&5
1, 3 & 5
3 or 2
2&5
1, 3 & 5
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
Cooking Time
(minutes)
17 - 24
17 - 23
17 - 23
23 - 31
23 - 30
33 - 41
33 - 40
8 - 17
8 - 17
12 - 20
10 - 20
10 - 20
48 - 60
22 - 35
35 - 50
15
35 - 45
recipe time
recipe time
recipe time
recipe time
recipe time
recipe time
per recipe
per package
per package
15 - 30
15 - 30
Meat, Poultry, Fish
Type
Beef
Pork
Poultry
Fish
Food
Recommended Mode
Non-Conv
Convection
Chuck Roast (2-3 lbs)
Roast
Roast
Beef roast boneless 3 - 5.5 lbs Roast
Conv Roast
Beef roast boneless 3 - 5.5 lbs Roast
Conv Roast
Steaks, 1 inch thick
Broil
Broil
Oven Temp.
Rack
(in °F)
Position(s)
350
2
325
2&5
325
2&5
High
6
Final Internal
Temperature
Well, 170°
Med-rare, 145°
Medium, 160°
Med-rare, 145°
Steaks, 1 inch thick
Broil
Broil
High
6
Medium, 160°F
Meatloaf, 1 - 2 lbs.
Pork Loin Roast, 1.5 - 3 lbs.
Pork Loin Roast, 3 - 6 lbs.
Tenderloin, 1.5 - 3 lbs.
Chicken breasts, bone-in
Roast
Roast
Roast
Roast
Broil
Roast
Conv. Roast
Conv. Roast
Conv. Roast
Conv. Broil
350°
350°
350°
425°
Low
2
2
2
2
3
160° F
Medium, 160°F
Medium, 160°F
Medium rare, 145°F
170° F
Chicken thighs, bone-in
Broil
Broil
Low
3
180° F in thigh
Chicken, whole 3.5 - 8 lbs.
Turkey, unstuffed, 12 - 19 lbs.
Turkey, unstuffed, 20 - 25 lbs.
Fish Filets, 3/4” to 1” thick
Roast
Roast
Roast
Broil
Conv. Roast
Conv. Roast
Conv. Roast
Broil
375° F
325° F
325° F
Low
2
2
2
3
180° F in thigh
180° F in thigh
180° F in thigh
145° F
Note: Roast times are approximate and may vary depending on the shape of the meat.
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Cooking Time
(minutes)
1 1/2 - 2 hr
18-33 min/lb
30-35 min/lb
side 1 - 5-8 min.
side 2 - 14-6 min.
side 1 - 8-9 min.
side 2 - 5-7 min.
50 - 60 min.
19 - 36 min/lb
19 - 36 min/lb
15 - 28 min/lb
side 1 - 18-22min.
side 2 - 12-13 min.
side 1 - 14-15min.
side 2 - 17-20 min.
13 - 20 min/lb
9 - 14 min/lb
6 - 12 min/lb
11 - 15 min.
Troubleshooting
Before calling customer service, consult this troubleshooting guide. Customer education issues are not covered by the appliance
warranty. Refer the the Use and Care manual for additional information.
Problem
Oven door is locked and will not open,
even after cooling
Oven is not heating
Baking results not as expected
Possible Cause
Suggested Solution
Circuit breaker tripped
Reset circuit breaker (turn off, wait five minutes, turn
back on)
Power not reaching oven. Temperature not set.
Restore power to oven. Select oven temperature.
Rack position incorrect.
Refer to cooking chart for correct rack position.
Adjust oven calibration if necessary, see “Oven
Oven calibration needed for temperature offset. See
Temperature Offset” in Custom Settings.
cooking tips in Use & Care manual.
Food takes longer to cook than
Oven temperature offset needed
Adjust oven calibration if necessary, see “Oven
expected or is overcooked
Temperature Offset” in Custom Settings.
Convection Bake or Conv. Multi-Rack Oven temperature needs to be reduced by 25° F.
Refer to cooking chart for correct rack position. Adjust oven
(some models) results are not as
Incorrect rack position, cooking time, pan selection. Oven calibration if necessary, see “Oven Temperature Offset” in
expected
calibration needed.
Custom Settings.
Oven temperature too hot or too cool
Oven thermostat adjustment needed.
Adjust oven calibration if necessary, see “Oven
Temperature Offset” in Custom Settings.
Oven light not working properly
Bulb loose or defective
Reinsert or replace the bulb (avoid touching bulb glass with
fingers to avoid premature burnout due to oil deposits.)
Can not remove light lens cover
Soil buildup around lens cover. Lens catch not released. Wipe lens cover area with a clean, dry towel prior to
removing. Consult Use & Care manual for lens removal
technique.
Oven is not self-cleaning properly
Oven was not cooled down prior to starting self clean.
Allow oven to cool down before running self clean. Wipe
out loose soiling or spills before running self clean. If oven
is badly soiled, set oven for the maximum self clean time.
“E” and a number appears in the display This is a Fault Code.
Press any key or turn selection dial to cancel beeping. To
and the control panel emits a beep
clear Fault Code: (500 Series) turn control knob to “Off”
position, (800 Series) Press the oven On/Off button to turn
the oven Off. If the fault code remains displayed, reset
oven (turn off circuit breaker for 20 seconds). If still
displayed, contact Customer Service.
Odor detected on new oven use
This is normal with a new oven.
Will disappear after a few uses. Wiping oven cavity out
when cool and then running a self-clean cycle may help
reduce the odor more quickly.
Control panel does not respond to key Center of key not pressed with flat part of fingertip.
Touch the center part of the touch key using the flat pad of
press
a fingertip. Be sure the panel surface is clean and dry.
Conv. fan runs during modes that do not This is normal in some modes while the oven is
No action required if the fan runs during preheating in
use convection
preheating.
certain non-convection modes.
Warm air or steam is seen escaping
This is normal to see or feel steam or warm air coming No action required, do not block the vent.
from the oven vent
from the oven vent.
Cooking fan runs after the oven is turned This is normal. The fan aids in oven cooling.
No action required. The cooling fan will continue to run until
“Off”
the oven has cooled sufficiently.
Customer Service
Please check the troubleshooting pages in this guide before
calling Customer Service. Commonly asked questions are
addressed there and may resolve your issue the fastest. In the
event you still need to contact Customer Service, there is some
information you can have ready to speed up the process: 1)
model & serial number 2) date of purchase.
Data plate shows model and serial number. It is visible with the
oven door open. Consult your oven’s user manual for the specific
label location.
Don’t forget to register your oven so you will receive notices,
updates and offers as they become available. This also will help
provide quick and efficient support for your specific unit.
Web: www.bosch-home.com.us
To contact customer service:
US:
800-944-2904
Parts & Accessories: www.bosch-eshop.us
9000989320 Rev. B • 05/14
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