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Dacor DOB30M977SS User Manual
User Manual
Modernist Built-In Electric Wall Oven
DOB30M977S*
Part No. 112177 Rev A
Contents
Contents
Important information
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Energy-saving tips
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Safety information
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What you need to know about safety instructions
State of California Proposition 65 warning (US only)
For your safety
Electrical safety
Child safety
Oven
Self-cleaning ovens
Ventilating hood
Critical installation warnings
Critical usage warning
Usage cautions
Critical cleaning warnings
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Introducing your new oven
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Overview
What’s included with your oven
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Operations
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Control panel
Display
Water reservoir
Control lockout
Kitchen timer
Timed cooking
Delay start
Using the oven racks
Using the gliding rack
Using the temp probe
Oven functions
Setting the mode
Setting the temperature
Basic baking and broiling instructions
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special function feature
Chef Mode feature
iQ control feature
clean feature
sabbath feature
Care and maintenance
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Information codes
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Warranty and Service
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Getting Help
Warranty
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Regulatory Notice
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Open Source Announcement
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To Our Valued Customer:
Congratulations on your purchase of the very latest in Dacor® products! Our unique
combination of features, style and performance make us The Life of the Kitchen™, and a
great addition to your home.
In order to familiarize yourself with the controls, functions and full potential of your new
Dacor Appliance, read this use and care manual thoroughly, beginning with the Important
Safety Instructions section.
All Dacor appliances are designed and manufactured with quality and pride, while working
within the framework of our company value. Should you ever experience a problem with
your product, please first check the Troubleshooting section of this manual for guidance. It
provides useful suggestions and remedies prior to calling for service.
Valuable customer input helps us to continuously improve our products and services, so
please feel free to contact our Customer Service Team for assistance with any of your
product support needs.
Dacor Customer Service Team
14425 Clark Avenue
City of Industry, CA 91745
Telephone:
(800) 793-0093
Fax:
(626) 403-3130
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday 6:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Pacific Time
Website:
www.Dacor.com
Thank you for choosing Dacor for your home. We are a company built by families for
families, and we are dedicated to serving yours. We are confident that your new Dacor
product will deliver a high level of performance and enjoyment for many years to come.
Sincerely,
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Important information
Clean the oven thoroughly before using it the first time. Then, remove the racks, set the
oven to Bake at 400 °F for 1 hour. There will be a distinctive odor. This is normal.
The kitchen should be well ventilated during this conditioning session.
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Important information
Energy-saving tips
• Leave the oven door closed except to turn food.
• For cook times over 30 minutes, you can turn the oven off 5-10 minutes early. The
residual heat will finish cooking the food.
• Plan your cooking schedule so you do not have to turn the oven off between items.
• When possible, cook multiple items together.
Safety information
Read and follow all directions before using your oven to avoid risk of fire, electric shock,
personal injury, or other damage. Contact your service agent or the manufacturer about
issues you do not understand or cannot resolve through troubleshooting (pg. 79).
What you need to know about safety instructions
Warnings and important safety instructions in this manual do not cover all possible
conditions and situations that may occur. It is your responsibility to use common sense,
caution, and care when maintaining, and operating your oven.
Safety information
Important safety symbols and precautions
What the icons and signs in this user manual mean:
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in severe personal injury or death.
CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in minor personal injury or property damage.
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CAUTION
To reduce the risk of fire, explosion, electric shock, or personal injury when using your
oven, follow these basic safety precautions.
Do NOT attempt.
Do NOT disassemble.
Do NOT touch.
Safety information
Follow directions explicitly.
Unplug the power plug from the wall socket.
Make sure the machine is grounded to prevent electric shock.
Call a Dacor Customer Service for help.
Note
Keep this manual in a convenient place for reference.
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Safety information
State of California Proposition 65 warning (US only)
WARNING : This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause
cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
For your safety
When using electrical appliances, follow basic safety precautions, including:
Safety information
CAUTION
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Use the oven only as instructed in this manual.
Potentially hot surfaces include the oven vent opening, surfaces near the opening,
and crevices around the oven door.
Ensure the oven is properly installed and grounded by a qualified technician.
Do not repair/replace any components unless as specifically recommended in this
manual. A qualified technician should perform all other service.
Before servicing the oven, remove power at the fusebox or circuit breaker.
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Do not leave children unattended around the oven when it is in use.
Do not let children sit or stand on any part of the appliance.
Do not use the oven as a space heater.
Do not use water on grease fires. Turn off the oven to contain the flames.
Smother the fire by closing the door, or use a dry-chemical, baking soda, or
foam-type extinguisher.
Avoid scratching or striking the glass doors and control panel. Do not use the
oven is the door glass is damaged.
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Safety information
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If there is a fire in the oven during self-cleaning, turn the oven off, and wait for
the fire to go out. Do not force the door open. Introducing fresh air at selfcleaning temperatures may cause a burst of flame from the oven.
Oil buildup in the oven chamber is a fire hazard. Check periodically, and if you
notice oil buildup, wipe up the oil with a paper towel or rag, then run a selfcleaning cycle before using the oven again.
Do not keep flammable material (gasoline, plastic, clothing, paper) near the oven.
Remove all packing material before operating the oven.
Do not wear loose-fitting or hanging garments while using the appliance.
Use only dry potholders. Placing moist or damp potholders on hot surfaces may
cause steam burns. Do not let the potholder touch hot heating elements. Do not
substitute a towel or other bulky cloth for a potholder.
Do not let children play with any part of the oven.
Do not use high-pressure water cleaners or steam-jet cleaners on the oven.
A damaged power cord is an electric-shock hazard. Have the cord replaced by
the manufacturer, its service agent, or an electrician.
The oven should not be operated by untrained users or anyone (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capacity, unless supervised
by someone responsible for their safety.
Safety information
Electrical safety
Use only the factory installed flexible power cord to connect to the power supply.
The oven should be serviced only by qualified personnel. Repairs by unqualified
persons may cause injury and oven malfunction, and may void the warranty. For
service, contact a Dacor-authorized center.
• A flush-mounted oven should be operated only if installed in cabinetry that
conforms to accepted safety standards as instructed in this manual.
• If your oven malfunctions, or if fractures, cracks, or splits appear:
- turn off and unplug the oven.
- contact Dacor Customer Service (pg. 4).
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Safety information
WARNING
Turn off the oven before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
Child safety
WARNING
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Children and infirm persons should only use the oven under the supervision of a
responsible adult.
Children should not be allowed to play with the oven.
Keep children away from the oven door when opening or closing.
During self-cleaning and even during normal use, oven surfaces get very hot. Keep
children away from the oven during these times.
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Oven
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CAUTION
Do not operate the oven during a power failure.
If the power fails, turn the oven off. If the oven is on when power returns, the oven may
begin to operate again. Forgotten food may catch fire or spoil.
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Safety information
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DO NOT TOUCH THE HEATING ELEMENTS OR INTERIOR SURFACES. Heating
elements may be hot even if dark in color. Interior surfaces become hot enough
to cause severe burns. Do not touch or let clothing or other flammable materials
touch the heating elements or interior oven surfaces unless those surfaces are
cool to the touch. Other oven surfaces (e.g., oven vents and nearby surfaces , the
oven door including the window) become hot enough to cause burns.
Do not heat sealed food containers. Pressure buildup may burst the containers.
Do not use the oven to dry newspapers.
Do not the oven for storage.
Open the oven door carefully to let out hot air or steam before removing food.
Do not line the oven chamber or racks with aluminum foil. Doing so causes
inefficient heating and creates fire and electric-shock hazards.
To avoid a burn or fire risk, do not block the vents at the front base of the oven.
Always adjust the racks when the oven is cool. If a rack must be moved while
the oven is hot, use potholders (keeping them away from the heating element).
Do not let aluminum foil or a meat probe touch the heating element.
Do not clean the oven door glass with abrasive cleaners or sharp metal
scrapers. These can mar the glass, possibly causing it to shatter in the future.
Safety information
Self-cleaning ovens
Do not clean the door gasket. The door gasket is essential for a good seal. Care
should be taken not to rub, damage, or move the gasket.
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Fumes released during a self-clean cycle may be harmful or fatal to birds. Move
birds to a well-ventilated room.
Before self-cleaning the oven, remove the divider, rack, utensils, and any food,
and wipe away grease and food soil. (Excess grease may ignite, causing smoke
damage to your home.)
Do not use commercial oven cleaner or oven protective coating anywhere on
the oven.
If self-cleaning mode malfunctions, turn the oven off, and disconnect the power
supply. Have the oven serviced by a qualified technician.
Critical usage warning
CAUTION
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If the oven is flooded by any liquid, call Dacor Customer Service (pg. 4). Failure to
do so may result in electric shock or fire.
If the oven emits a odd noise, burning smell, or smoke, unplug it immediately, and
contact Dacor Customer Service. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or fire
During use, do not touch the oven door, heating elements, or any hot surfaces.
If material in the oven ignites, keep the oven door closed, turn off and unplug the
oven, or shut off power at the fuse or circuit-breaker panel.
Care remove the wrapping from hot food. Steam may billow out.
Do not repair, disassemble, or modify the oven. For repair assistance, call Dacor
Customer Service (pg. 4).
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Safety information
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Do not touch the power cord with wet hands.
Do not turn the oven off while an operation is in progress.
Do not insert fingers, foreign substances, or metal objects such as pins or
needles into slots or holes in the oven.
Do not modify the oven's construction or remove its outer shell.
Do not store or use the oven outdoors.
Use the oven only for cooking tasks consistent with residential use.
Do not heat sealed containers or food items with shells (eggs, nuts) in the oven.
Do not heat plastic or paper containers/wrapping in the oven.
Do not strike the door or the oven chamber.
Do not hang on, slam, or yank the door. If the door is damaged, do not use the
oven. Call Dacor Customer Service (pg. 4).
Use oven mitts to touch cookware and oven surfaces during and just after
cooking.
Safety information
Usage cautions
CAUTION
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Oven-heated cookware is hot enough to burn. Handle with care.
In removing coverings from hot cookware, direct steam away from exposed skin.
Remove lids from baby food jars before heating. Afterward, stir the food well to
distribute the heat evenly. Always taste-test the temperature before feeding the
baby. The glass jar or the surface of the food may appear cooler than the
interior, which can be hot enough to burn an infant’s mouth.
Take care when heating liquids such as water or other beverages.
Avoid using a slippery container with a narrow neck.
Wait at least 30 seconds after heating before removing the heated liquid. Failing
to do so may result in an abrupt overflow of the contents and cause burns.
Do not operate the appliance with wet hands.
Do not spray volatile substances such as insecticide onto the surface of the
appliance.
Keep your face and body out of direct exposure to the hear when opening the
door during cooking.
Keep children away from the oven during cooking.
Do not abruptly cool the door, oven chamber, or cookware by pouring water on/
in it during or just after cooking.
Do not heat the oven while empty except for self-cleaning.
Do not defrost beverages in narrow-necked bottles. The bottles can break.
Do not let the food in the oven touch the heating element.
Do not overheat food. Overheating food may result in fire.
Take care not to pinch fingers or hands when opening or closing the door.
The door reveals wires at the bottom for connecting LED lights. Take care not to
damage the wires when handling the door.
Critical cleaning warnings
CAUTION
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Safety information
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Do not spray water directly on the oven.
Do not use substances such as benzene, thinner, or alcohol to clean the
appliance. Discoloration, deformation, electric shock, or fire may result.
When cleaning, take care not to injure yourself on the oven's sharp edges.
Do not clean the oven with a steam cleaner, which may corrode metal parts.
Keep the oven chamber clean. Food residue can mar the finish and reduce
oven inhibit oven function.
Introducing your new oven
Overview
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Introducing your new oven
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01 Oven control panel
02 Oven door
03 Oven gasket
04 Halogen lamp*
05 Door LED light
06 Door latch
07 Water reservoir
08 Convection filter
09 Rack support
What’s included with your oven
Wire racks (1)*
Gliding rack (2)*
Temp probe (1)*
NOTE
Accessories marked with an * can be purchased from Dacor Customer Service.
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Operations
Control panel
01
TIMER
OFF
04
02
SETTINGS
LIGHT
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03
LOCK
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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(3sec)
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01 TIMER: Use to display the set Timer screen.
02 SETTINGS: Use to display the Setting screen.
LOCK (CONTROL LOCKOUT): Press-hold for 3 seconds to disable all oven functions.
OFF: Use to cancel when oven is cooking.
LIGHT: Use to turn the oven light on or off.
OPEN/CLOSE RESERVOIR: Touch to open or close the water reservoir.
Display: Swipe to navigate the menus and tap to select a desired setting.
NOTE
You cannot operate the display while wearing gloves/mitts. Always touch the display
with a bare finger.
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Operations
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Operations
Display
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OVEN
MODE
Faster, more even baking
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View
Summary
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325°F
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Convection Bake
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Temp Probe Cook Time Delay Start InstantHeat™
150°
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Off
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START
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01 Indicator area
• Timer ( ): When the timer is set, the timer indicator is displayed.
• Door lock ( ): Displayed when the oven door is locked.
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Wi-Fi ( ): Shows Wi-Fi signal strength. If Wi-Fi is disconnected,
is appears.
12-hour energy saving ( ): Displayed when 12-hour energy saving is turned on.
Current time: The current time is displayed.
Operations
02 Page indicator: Shows location of current mode.
03 Mode: The current or selected menu is displayed with a mode description.
04 Temperature: The current or selected temperature is displayed. When you tap this
area, the temperature adjustment screen is displayed.
05 Information area
Temp Probe: Tap to show the Temp Probe screen.
Cook Time: Tap to show the Cook Time screen.
Delay Start: Tap to show the Delay Start screen.
InstantHeat™: Shows that InstantHeat™ is on/off. (Convection Bake, Convection
Roast modes only.)
• Steam: Tap to show the Steam Level screen. (Steam Bake, Steam Roast modes
only.)
06 START: Tap to start the oven using the displayed settings.
07 View Summary: Tap to display the oven's cooking modes.
08 OVEN MODE: Tap to select an oven mode.
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Water reservoir
The reservoir is used in Steam Bake and Steam Roast modes and to remove water scale
left on the oven walls after steam-cooking modes.
1. Open the oven door. The reservoir is
on the right-hand side of the oven
above the oven opening. On the
control panel, touch OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR. The reservoir ejects.
Pull the reservoirfrom its slot.
NOTE
You could also remove the rubber cap.
3. Replace the cap (or plastic top), and
slide the reservoir into its slot. A soft
click indicates it is seated correctly.
4. Touch OPEN/CLOSE RESERVOIR. The
oven retracts the reservoir.
5. Close the oven door.
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Operations
2. Open the reservoir cap, and fill it
with 22 oz (650ml) of drinkable water.
Operations
NOTE
Do not exceed the max line.
Max
0.5L
0.3L
NOTE
Close the cap and top portion of the
reservoir (A) before using the oven.
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Operations
CAUTION
The reservoir heats up during cooking. Wear oven mitts to remove/refill the reservoir.
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Control lockout
Control lockout lets you lock touchpad buttons to prevent undesired changing of the
controls. This feature also locks the oven door(s). Control lockout must be activated
when the oven is in Standby mode.
How to activate Control Lockout
1. Cancel or turn off all functions.
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TIMER
OVEN
MODE
Convection Bake
OFF
2. Touch LOCK for 3 seconds.
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325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
°F
Temp Probe Cook Time Delay Start InstantHeat™
150°
None None
Off
LIGHT
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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TIMER
SETTINGS
OFF
(3sec)
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
NOTE
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Control Lockout is available only when the oven temperature is under 400 °F.
All other functions must be cancelled before you activate Control Lockout.
How to unlock the controls
TIMER
OFF
SETTINGS
LIGHT
LOCK
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
(3sec)
1. Touch LOCK for 3 seconds. The control
lock confirmation and the lock icon
disappear.
NOTE
It may take up to 10 seconds for the doors
to unlock.
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Operations
Child Lock
LOCK
The display changes to the Child Lock
screen, and the control lock
confirmation appears at the bottom of
the screen.
Operations
Kitchen timer
This timer beeps when the set time elapses. It does not start/stop cooking functions.
You can use the kitchen timer with any oven function.
How to set the timer
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TIMER
Convection Bake
OVEN
MODE
OFF
1. Touch TIMER. The display changes
to the timer screen.
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325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Temp Probe
150°
Cook Time
Delay Start
°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
Off
None None
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
2. Tap + Add timer.
Timer
TIMER
OFF
+
SETTINGS
LIGHT
Add timer
LOCK
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
(3sec)
Operations
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TIMER
0
hr
00 min 00 sec
SETTINGS
LOCK
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2
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(3sec)
Timer
TIMER
SETTINGS
OFF
(3sec)
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+ ADD
OFF
Timer 01
00:00:18
PAUSE
LOCK
DELETE
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
RESET
Timer
RESET
4. Tap START. When the time elapses,
the oven beeps, and the display
shows the timer has finished.
LIGHT
START
DELETE
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
+ ADD
00:00:20
TIMER
SETTINGS
OK
Timer 01
LOCK
(3sec)
OFF
LIGHT
3. Tap the numbers on the touchpad to
set the time (from 1 sec to 23 hr 59
min 59 sec).
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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You can pause, reset, or delete the timer
at any time by touching the screen.
How to change timer name
Timer
TIMER
+ ADD
OFF
Timer 01
00:00:20
SETTINGS
LIGHT
START
LOCK
(3sec)
DELETE
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
RESET
You can change the timer name to identify
what you are timing, for example, a
chicken defrosting.
1. Tap the timer name area.
• The keyboard appears.
NOTE
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Enter timer name.
TIMER
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SETTINGS
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2. Tap the keyboard to set the new timer
name.
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name.
Operations
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You can name the timer in a max of 13
characters.
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RESERVOIR
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RESET
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OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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Operations
Timed cooking
In this mode, the oven turns on immediately and cooks for the length of time you set.
At the end of the cooking time, the oven turns off automatically.
You can use Timed Cooking only with another cooking mode (Bake, Convection Bake,
Convection Roast, Pure Conv. Sear, Convection Broil, Steam Bake, Steam Roast, Dual
Four Part Pure Convection, Proof, Stone Bake Mode, Dehydrate).
How to set the oven for timed cooking
1. Swipe to the desired cooking mode.
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TIMER
Convection Bake
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Faster, more even baking
325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time
Delay Start
None
None
°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
Off
START
2. Tap Cook Time. The display changes to
the Set Cooking Time screen.
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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Operations
Set cooking time
0 hr 00 min
TIMER
OFF
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
LIGHT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
OK
3. Tap numbers on the touchpad to
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TIMER
0 hr 30 min
SETTINGS
LOCK
OFF
Ready at 5:05PM
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
(3sec)
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
OK
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Set cooking time
TIMER
1 hr 45 min
SETTINGS
LOCK
Ready at 5:05PM
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
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OK
OFF
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
set the cooking time (from 1 min to 9
hr and 59 min).
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TIMER
OVEN
MODE
Convection Bake
OFF
Faster, more even baking
325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time
Delay Start
1hr 45min None
°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
Off
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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The cook time appears in the Cook
Time area of the screen.
Cancel the cook time at any time by
setting the Cook Time to 0 minutes.
CAUTION
You can use timed cooking and delay start to cook cured or frozen meats, and most fruits
and vegetables.
Food that spoils easily (e.g., eggs, fish, meat, poultry) should be chilled in the refrigerator
first. Even so, it should sit in the oven no longer than 1 hour before cooking starts and
should be removed promptly when done.
Eating spoiled food can cause food poisoning.
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Delay start
In this mode, the oven timer turns the oven on at your preset time. At the same
time, you can set the oven to turn off automatically via the Timed Cooking function.
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You can use Delay Start only with another cooking operation (Bake, Convection Bake,
Convection Roast, Pure Conv. Sear, Steam Bake, Steam Roast, Dual Four Part Pure
Convection, Proof, Stone Bake Mode, Dehydrate, Self clean, GreenClean™).
You can set Delay Start before setting other cooking operations.
The oven clock must be set to the current time.
How to set the oven for delay timed cooking
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TIMER
Convection Bake
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Faster, more even baking
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time
Delay Start
None
None
325°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
Off
START
Operations
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Set start time
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TIMER
OFF
AM
PM
SETTINGS
LIGHT
LOCK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
(3sec)
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
OK
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Set start time
5 : 35
TIMER
OFF
AM
PM
SETTINGS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
(3sec)
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
OK
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OVEN
MODE
Convection Bake
OFF
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325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
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5. Tap numbers on the touchpad to set
the oven start time.
LIGHT
LOCK
TIMER
1. Place the food in the oven.
2. On the control screen, swipe to the
desired cooking operation.
3. Set the cook time if you want the oven
to turn off automatically. (See Timed
cooking, pg. 26.)
4. Tap Delay Start. The current time
appears as the first entry.
Cook Time
Delay Start
°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
1hr 45min 5:35 PM Off
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
The Delay Start screen closes. The start
time (and, if you set it) the cook time
are displayed.
Using the oven racks
Oven rack levels
Recommended rack levels for cooking
TYPE OF FOOD
RACK
LEVEL
6
Broiling hamburgers
5
2
Broiling meats or small
cuts of poultry, fish
Bundt cakes, pound cakes,
frozen pies, casseroles
1
Angel-food cakes, small roasts
2
Turkeys, roasts, hams, fresh
pizza
1
4
3
6
3-5
3 or 4
This table is for reference only.
Operations
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Operations
Rack and pan placement
5
3
Multiple Oven Racks
5
3
Multiple Oven Racks
Operations
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• Center baking pans if possible to
improve results. If using multiple pans,
leave 1˝ to 1½˝ of space around them. If
• using one oven rack, place it at Level 3
or 4 (graphic, pg. 29).
• When baking cakes/cookies on multiple
racks, place the racks at Levels 3 and 5.
Before using the racks
Each rack has stops that must be placed correctly on the supports so the rack cannot be
accidentally pulled from the oven.
Removing the racks
1. Pull the rack straight out until it stops.
2. Lift up the front of the rack, and then pull it out.
Replacing the racks
1. Place the end of the rack on the support.
2. Tilt the front end up and push the rack in.
CAUTION
Do not line the racks or oven chamber
with aluminum foil. Doing so impedes
heat circulation, causes poor results,
and may harm oven-chamber surfaces.
• Arrange the oven racks only when the
oven is cool.
•
Operations
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Operations
Using the gliding rack
This fully extendable rack has glide tracks that let you extend the rack fully out of the
oven for safe placement and removal of cookware (especially heavy dishes).
Installing the gliding rack
•
Rack Guides
With the rack glides retracted and the
oven off, carefully insert the rack
between the guides until the rack
reaches the back of the oven chamber.
Operations
• Grasp the handle to slide the rack in/
out. (If you grasp either side of the
handle, the rack may come loose.)
• Use oven mitts to handle the gliding
rack when cooking.
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Removing the gliding rack
•
With the rack fully in and the oven
off and cool, grasp the rack and
frame, and pull outward and off
the guides.
NOTE
You can install the gliding rack at any level except 1 (bottom).
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Operations
CAUTION
Do not place the gliding rack one level
above a wire rack. The gliding rack
will not seat properly and may fall.
Operations
Using the temp probe
For many foods, especially roasts and poultry, measuring internal temperature best
determines proper doneness. The temp probe lets you cook meat with exactness.
Once the food's internal temperature reaches 100 °F (37.7 °C), the current internal
temperature appears on the display.
How to use the temp probe
1. Push the tip of the temp probe into the meat as fully as possible, so that the tip is in
the center of the meat.
•
•
Operations
•
•
•
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Insert the probe completely into the
meat (see left) without touching bone,
fat, or gristle.
If you do not fully insert the probe, it
will sense the oven temperature; thus,
the reading will not reflect the food's
degree of doneness.
For bone-in meats, insert the probe
into the center of the lowest, thickest
part of the piece.
For whole poultry (turkey, chickens,
etc.), insert the probe into the thickest
part of the inner thigh, parallel to the
leg.
If you activate the Keep Warm function
to keep the meat warm after cooking
with the temp probe, the meat’s
internal temperature will exceed the
intended "done" temperature.
2. Plug the temp probe into the socket on the top side wall of the oven (see pg. 34).
3. One the control screen, swipe to the desired cooking operation (Bake, Convection
Bake, Convection Roast, Pure Conv. Sear, Steam Bake, Steam Roast, or Dual Four Part
Pure Convection), and set the oven temperature (see pg. 42).
4. Tap Temp Probe, and use the number pad, set the desired internal temperature.
Available temperatures
100 °F to 200 °F
6. (Optional) Set the Cook Time or Delay Start, and tap START.
When the set internal temperature is reached, the probe sensor deactivates, and an
alarm sounds.
CAUTION
To protect the probe’s tip, defrost the food fully, and ensure it does not protrude.
•
NOTE
If you remove the temp probe while it is active or insert it while baking or cooking
normally, cooking will stop after 1 minute.
If you use the probe to cook frozen food, it may not function. (The probe icon will not
appear on the control screen.)
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Operations
CAUTION
• Do not store the probe in the oven or leave it there during a self-cleaing or broiling
cycle. You can permanently damage the probe.
• Do not use tongs to insert/remove the probe.
• Use the temp probe only as instructed.
Operations
Temp probe table
Type of Food
Beef / Lamb
Internal temperature
Rare
140 °F
Medium
160 °F
Well done
170 °F
Pork
Poultry
170 °F
180 - 185 °F
NOTE
If you cover the meat with aluminum foil and allow it to stand for 10 minutes after
cooking, the Internal temperature will rise 5-10 degrees.
Removing the temp probe
Remove the temp probe plug from the socket.
CAUTION
Operations
After cooking, the Temp probe is hot enough to cause burns. Let it cool sufficiently before
attempting to remove it.
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Oven functions
Cooking mode
Swipe to select the cooking mode. Set the temperature you want. See Setting the
Temperature on pages 42 and Basic Baking and Broiling Instructions starting on page 42.
Mode
Temp probe
InstantHeat™
Bake
175 °F (80 °C) 550 °F (285 °C)
O
-
Convection Bake
175 °F (80 °C) 550 °F (285 °C)
O
O
Convection Roast
175 °F (80 °C) 550 °F (285 °C)
O
O
L0 / HI
-
-
Pure Conv. Sear
175 °F (80 °C) 475 °F (245 °C)
O
-
Convection Broil
175 °F (80 °C) 550 °F (285 °C)
-
-
Steam Bake
230 °F (110 °C) 550 °F (285 °C)
O
-
Steam Roast
230 °F (110 °C) 550 °F (285 °C)
O
-
175 °F (80 °C) 550 °F (285 °C)
O
-
Broil
Dual Four Part Pure
Convection
Operations
Temperature range
O = Available / - = Not Available
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Operations
Mode
Instruction
This is for cakes, cookies, and casseroles. Always preheat the oven.
• Baking temps/times vary with ingredients and cookware size/shape.
• Dark or nonstick coatings may cook faster with more browning.
•
Bake
NOTE
Convection baking: It is normal for the fan to turn on/off during baking.
Convection
Bake
•
•
•
•
Convection
Roast
•
•
Operations
•
Broil
Pure Conv.
Sear
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Uses a fan to circulate oven heat evenly and continuously.
Better heat distribution provides even cooking and excellent
results, even for multi-rack use.
Breads and pastries brown more evenly.
Good for cooking large, tender cuts of meat uncovered; the fan
circulates oven-heated air evenly all around the food.
Meat and poultry are browned on all sides as if rotisserie-cooked.
Juices are sealed in quickly for moist, tender results and richly
browned meat.
For cooking tender cuts of meat, fish, and poultry up to 1" thick by
direct heat.
High heat cooks quickly, providing a rich, brown exterior.
Always preheat the oven for 5 minutes.
See Broiling recommendation guide, pg. 40.
Uses the convection element and fan
Best for game hens, chickens, stuffed/unstuffed turkeys, turkey
breasts, pork tenderloin, and pork-loin roasts.
For the first 15 minutes, meat is cooked 75 °F (42 °C) higher than
the set temp to trap the meat's natural juices.
Mode
Convection
Broil
Instruction
•
•
Similar to Broil, but with air circulation by oven fan.
In this mode, the broil element cycles on and off to maintain oven
temperature, while the fan circulates hot air.
•
For gentle browning and trapping of natural juices of thicker cuts of
meat, fish, and poultry.
For optimum browning, preheat for 5 min.
•
•
Steam Bake
Steam Roast
•
•
•
•
•
•
Uses the convection element and fan.
Uniform air circulation lets you use more oven space.
For single-/multi-rack baking, roasting, and complete meals.
Many foods (e.g., pizza, cake, cookies, biscuits, muffins, rolls, and
frozen convenience foods) can be prepared on 2-3 racks at a time.
Good for whole, roasted duck, lamb shoulder, short leg of lamb.
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Operations
Dual, FourPart Pure
Convection
•
•
For baking breads, pastries, and desserts; increases moisture
content and improves texture/flavor.
See Steam cook recommendation guide, pg. 40.
For roasting meats and poultry; maintains a crispy surface while
trapping juices for a moist and tender result.
See Steam cook recommendation guide, pg. 40.
Operations
Broiling recommendation guide
The size, weight, thickness, starting temperature, and doneness preference affect broil
times. This guide is based on refrigerator-temperature meat. Always use a broil pan and
grill when broiling. Preheat the oven for 5 minutes.
Food
Hamburgers
Beef steaks
Chicken
pieces
Pork chops
Fish fillets
Doneness
Size
Thickness
Level
Medium
Medium
Rare
Medium
Well done
Well done
Well done
Well done
Well done
9 patties
9 patties
4.5 lbs.
2 lbs.
1 lbs.
-
3/4”
1”
1”
1- 1 1/2”
1- 1 1/2”
1/2-3/4”
1/2-3/4”
1”
1/4-1/2”
Hi
Hi
Hi
Hi
Lo
Lo
Lo
Lo
Lo
Rack
positon
6
6
5
5
4
3
3 or 4
3
3 or 4
Cooking time (min)
1st side
2nd side
3:00
2:00
3:20
2:20
3:00-4:00
2:00-3:00
4:00-5:00
3:00-4:00
7:00-8:00
4:00-5:00
16:00-18:00 13:00-15:00
15:00-16:00 10:00-12:00
8:00-10:00
6:00-8:00
7:00-8:00
4:00-5:00
Steam cook recommendation guide
Operations
Steam mode
Steam bake
Steam Roast
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level
Foods
High
Rye breads, Desserts (Flan caramel)
Med
Croissants, Pies, Reheats (Pizza, Casseroles)
Low
Pastries
High
-
Med
Meats, Poultry, Fish
Low
Turkey, Large meats
Setting the mode
Swipe the screen
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TIMER
Convection Bake
OVEN
MODE
•
Swipe the screen to select mode you
want. (You can swipe left or right).
•
Tap the mode area to display the
summarized mode.
•
Tap the mode you want.
OFF
Faster, more even baking
325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time Delay Start
None
None
°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
Off
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
Summarized mode
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TIMER
Convection Bake
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Faster, more even baking
325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time Delay Start
None
None
°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
Off
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
TIMER
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
350°F
Conv. Bake
325°F
Conv. Roast
Broil
Pure Conv. Sear
Conv. Broil
Steam Bake
Steam Roast
350°F
Dual Four Part
Pure Conv.
Special Function
Chef Mode
Clean
High
350°F
350°F
325°F
325°F
325°F
Operations
Oven mode
Bake
OFF
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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Operations
Setting the temperature
•
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TIMER
Convection Bake
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Faster, more even baking
325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time Delay Start
None
None
°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
Off
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
•
•
Tap the temperature area to display the
numeric pad.
Tap the numbers to set the temperature.
Tap OK.
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Adjust temp. 175°F ~ 550°F
TIMER
OFF
325 °F
SETTINGS
LIGHT
LOCK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
(3sec)
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
OK
Basic baking and broiling instructions
Operations
1. Swipe to select a cooking mode.
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TIMER
OVEN
MODE
Convection Bake
OFF
Faster, more even baking
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time
None
325°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
Delay Start
Off
None
START
2. Set the temperature.
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TIMER
OVEN
MODE
Convection Bake
OFF
Faster, more even baking
325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
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Cook Time Delay Start
None
None
°F
InstantHeat™
Off
LIGHT
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
•
•
Broil mode can be set only Hi or Low.
The Keep Warm setting cannot be
changed.
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TIMER
OVEN
MODE
Convection Bake
OFF
Faster, more even baking
325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time
None
Delay Start
None
°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
Off
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
3. Follow the steps below to use the
InstantHeat™ feature, Steam Bake, or
Steam Roast. If you are not using these
features, skip to Step 4, next page.
•
Convection Roast, InstantHeat™
info appears on the display
(default: OFF).
b. Tap the InstantHeat™ area. The
InstantHeat™ feature activates; the
display shows ON.
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TIMER
OVEN
MODE
Convection Bake
OFF
Faster, more even baking
325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time
None
Delay Start
None
°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
On
START
InstantHeat™
a. If you select Convection Bake or
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
NOTE
For best performance, use one rack.
•
Rack Positions
Baking
3 or 4
Roasting
1 or 2
When using InstantHeat™, put food in
the oven before you start cooking.
For best performance, preheat the
oven when baking rising foods (e.g.,
cake, muffins, puff pastries).
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Operations
•
Type
Operations
•
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TIMER
Steam Bake
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Steam baking
350°F
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time
Delay Start
0hr 40min 4:35 PM
LIGHT
Steam
Medium
START
High
Medium
Low
TIMER
SETTINGS
LOCK
OFF
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
(3sec)
CANCEL
OK
High
Medium
Low
TIMER
SETTINGS
LOCK
OFF
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
(3sec)
CANCEL
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
OK
Operations
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TIMER
Steam Bake
OVEN
MODE
Steam baking
LOCK
(3sec)
OFF
350
SETTINGS
Cook Time
Delay Start
0hr 40min 4:35 PM
°F
Steam
High
Steam Bake, Steam Roast
a. If you select Steam Bake or Steam
Roast, the steam-level info appears
on the display (default: Medium).
b. Tap Steam to adjust the steam level.
The steam-level adjustment screen
appears. Set the steam level (Low,
Medium, or High).
LIGHT
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
c. Tap OK. The steam-level adjustment
screen closes; the steam-level info
appears on the screen.
Important: You must fill the water
reservoir before start steam cooking.
(See Water reservoir, pg. 21.)
• If you want to use Cook Time
or Delay Start, set them now. (See pgs.
26 and 28 for instructions.)
•
Tap START to begin cooking.
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TIMER
Convection Bake
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Faster, more even baking
325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time
None
Delay Start
None
°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
Off
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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TIMER
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
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OVEN
MODE
Convection Bake
View
Summary
175°F 325°F
Preheating...
Cook Time
Temp Probe
100°F 150°F None
OFF
OFF
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
6. Tap OFF when cooking is done or if you
want to cancel cooking.
How to adjust the temperature while cooking
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TIMER
Convection Bake
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Faster, more even baking
325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time Delay Start
None
None
°F
LIGHT
InstantHeat™
Off
START
Tap the temperature area, enter the new
temperature using the numeric keypad and
then tap OK.
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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Adjust temp. 175°F ~ 550°F
TIMER
325
OFF
°F
SETTINGS
LOCK
LIGHT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
(3sec)
OK
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
Place food in the oven after preheating if the recipe calls for it. Preheating is
important for best results when baking cakes, cookies, pastry, and breads.
• The convection oven fan shuts off when the oven door is opened.
• DO NOT leave the door open for long periods of time while using convection
cooking or you may shorten the life of the convection heating element.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
If you leave the oven door open over 2 minutes when it is on, all heating elements
shut off automatically.
When finished cooking, the cooling fan runs until the oven has cooled down.
When a steam function is complete, empty the water reservoir so the remaining water
does not affect other cooking modes.
When using a thermometer in the oven chamber, the temperature on the
thermometer may differ from the set oven temperature.
It is normal for the convection fan to cycle on/off during cooking.
Always keep the oven door closed when broiling.
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Operations
NOTE
Operations
CAUTION
Always broil with the oven door closed.
Use care when opening the door. Let hot
air or steam escape before you remove
food from or put food into the oven.
Using the special function feature
Special function provides 4 different specialized cooking options.
Operations
Mode
Temperature range
Keep Warm
**None
Proof
95 °F (35 °C) / 105 °F (40 °C)
Stone Bake Mode
175 °F (80 °C) - 550 °F (285 °C)
Dehydrate
105 °F (40 °C) - 225 °F (105 °C)
** A factory-set, non-adjustable temperature is applied for best performance.
Mode
Instruction
•
Keeps food warm for serving up to 3 hours after cooking.
Can be used without any other cooking operations, or you can set it to
activate after a timed or delay timed cooking operation.
Not for reheating cold food.
Proof
•
•
Provides optimal temp (95 °F / 105 °F) for proofing bread dough.
For the best results, always start the Proof option with a cool oven.
Stone Bake
Mode
•
•
•
Stone accessory required.
Bake on a baking or pizza stone for pizza and bread.
Always preheat with a stone for the best results.
Keep Warm
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•
•
Mode
Instruction
•
•
•
•
Dehydrate
Dries food via heat circulation.
Keep dehydrated food in a cool, dry place.
Adding lemon or pineapple juice, or sprinkling sugar on fruit helps
retain sweetness.
Dehydrate mode settings:
Category
Rack position
Temperature (°F)
Vegetables or Fruit
3 or 4
105-150
Meat
3 or 4
145-225
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TIMER
Special Function
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Additional Cooking Modes
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
LIGHT
Keep Warm
Proof
Stone Bake Mode
Dehydrate
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
TIMER
Special Function
Operations
2. Tap the cooking option you want.
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OVEN
MODE
1. Swipe the screen to the Special
function. The display will show the
specialized cooking options.
OFF
Additional Cooking Modes
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
LIGHT
Keep Warm
Proof
Stone Bake Mode
Dehydrate
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
3. Set the temperature you want.
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TIMER
Proof
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Proofing
105
°F
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time
None
LIGHT
Delay Start
None
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
4. Tap START.
NOTE
You cannot adjust the temperature of the
Keep Warm mode.
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Operations
•
•
•
•
CAUTION
If the oven temperature is above 125 °F, Proof mode will not function properly.
Do not use Proof to warm food. (The temperature is insufficient to keep food warm.)
Put the dough in a heat-safe container, cover it with a cloth or plastic wrap, and place
it on rack Level 3 or 4. (Fix the covers so the oven fan cannot blow them off.)
So as not to lower the temperature and prolong proofing, leave the oven door closed.
NOTE
Preheating is unnecessary for special functions except Stone Bake mode.
• An error beep sounds if the temperature setting is out of the set range.
•
Rack position chart for special cooking options
Operations
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Mode
Rack position
Keep Warm
3
Proof
3
Stone Bake Mode
1 or 2
Dehydrate
3 or 4
Using the Chef Mode feature
This mode offers 15 recipes that will save time and shorten the learning curve for
novice cooks. Cook time and temperature automatically adjust to the selected recipe.
You can download detailed recipes for each dish from www.dacor.com.
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TIMER
OVEN
MODE
Chef Mode
OFF
Pre-programmed cooking temperature and time
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Garlic prime rib
Mustard Filet
mignon steak
Roasted lemon
chicken thighs
Roasted honey
mustard chicken
breasts
Garlic basil
shrimp
Sweet banana nut
bread
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
2. Scroll through the list, and tap the
desired feature.
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TIMER
Chef Mode
OVEN
MODE
1. Swipe the screen to Chef Mode.
15 auto-cook features appear. (You
can scroll down through the list.)
OFF
Pre-programmed cooking temperature and time
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Garlic prime rib
Mustard Filet
mignon steak
Roasted lemon
chicken thighs
Roasted honey
mustard chicken
breasts
Garlic basil
shrimp
Sweet banana nut
bread
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
SETTINGS
Garlic prime rib
OVEN
MODE
OFF
- For 8-9 servings
- Use Roasting Pan with Roasting Rack
- Use Temperature probe
LIGHT
LOCK
(3sec)
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
OK
Garlic prime rib
TIMER
OFF
Set start time
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:
SETTINGS
AM
PM
LIGHT
LOCK
(3sec)
Previous
4. Tap START to start cooking.
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START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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Operations
3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
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TIMER
Operations
Cooking tips in the Chef Mode
1. Tap TIP to see a cooking tip.
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TIMER
SETTINGS
OVEN
MODE
Garlic prime rib
OFF
- For 8-9 servings
- Use Roasting Pan with Roasting Rack
- Use Temperature probe
LIGHT
LOCK
(3sec)
OK
Garlic prime rib
TIMER
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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OFF
Insert temperature probe into center of
meat. Avoid touching bone, fat or gristle.
SETTINGS
LOCK
LIGHT
OK
(3sec)
2. The display will show the cooking tip.
You can see the cooking tip before you
start cooking or while you are cooking.
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
Operations
Using the iQ control feature
To use the oven’s iQ Control feature, you must download the Dacor iQ Kitchen app to a
mobile device. Functions that can be operated via this app may not work well if there are
communications conflicts or the Wi-Fi signal is weak.
This table lists the main functions that can be operated from the app:
When iQ Control on the oven is off:
Monitoring (Oven, Probe), Oven off
When iQ Control on the oven is on:
Monitoring (Oven, Probe), Oven start, Oven
off, Error check
How to connect the oven
1. Download and open the Dacor iQ Kitchen app on your smart device.
2. Follow the app’s on-screen instructions to connect your oven.
•
•
The connected icon on your oven appears; the app confirms you are connected.
If the connection icon does not appear, follow the directions in the app to reconnect.
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To start the oven remotely
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TIMER
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
iQ Control
Start a cooking at your mobile.
Turn the mode knob to release this mode.
OFF
Tap SETTINGS > Connections > iQ Control,
and then tap ON.
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
When iQ control is on you can remotely:
Turn on/off the oven.
• Change cook mode, time, and temperature once cooking starts.
•
NOTE
Important: Self-clean mode cannot be started remotely.
NOTE
•
Operations
•
Opening the oven door deactivates iQ Control so you cannot control the oven
remotely, except for monitoring oven status and turning the oven off.
When cooking is finished or cancelled, iQ Control deactivates.
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Operations
Using the clean feature
The Clean feature has four selections: Self-Clean, GreenClean™, Descale, and Draining.
Self clean
This self-cleaning oven uses high temperatures (well above cooking temperatures) to
reduce food residue to a fine powder that you can wipe away with a damp cloth.
•
•
•
CAUTION
During and for some time after self-cleaning, the outside of the oven is very hot. Do
not allow children near the oven.
The fumes emitted during self-cleaning are harmful to pet birds. Move birds to
another well-ventilated room.
The oven door locks during self-cleaning. Forcing the door open will likely damage the
automatic door lock. When self-cleaning is complete, stand to the side when opening
the door so hot air and steam can safely escape.
Operations
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Self clean
•
•
•
•
•
Fig. 1
Don’t hand
clean the oven
door gasket.
•
You may hand
clean the door.
Fig. 2
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Operations
•
Ventilate the kitchen by opening a
window and even using a fan or hood
during the self-cleaning cycle.
Remove the racks, rack supports, broil
pan, broil-pan insert, and cookware.
Wipe down the oven floor (Fig. 1).
The oven racks can be self-cleaned, but
they will darken, lose their luster, and
become hard to slide.
Clean residue on the front frame and
outside the door gasket by hand with
hot water, soap-filled steel-wool pads,
or cleansers such as Soft Scrub. Rinse
well with clean water and dry.
Do not clean the gasket (Fig. 2). The
fiberglass material cannot withstand
abrasion. The gasket to remain intact. If
it becomes worn, have it replaced.
Make sure the oven light cover is in
place and the oven light is off.
Operations
How to run a self-cleaning cycle
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TIMER
SETTINGS
Clean
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Oven cleaning
Self clean
LIGHT
GreenClean™
LOCK
(3sec)
1. Swipe the screen to Clean. The display
will show 4 cleaning selections.
Descale
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
Draining
2. Tap Self clean.
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TIMER
SETTINGS
Clean
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Oven cleaning
Self clean
GreenClean™
Descale
Draining
LIGHT
LOCK
(3sec)
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
3. Tap Clean Time.
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TIMER
Self clean
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Oven cleaning
SETTINGS
Operations
LOCK
(3sec)
LIGHT
Clean Time
Delay Start
START
3hr 00min None
02
03hr
05
TIMER
SETTINGS
LOCK
OFF
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
(3sec)
CANCEL
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
OK
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TIMER
Self clean
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Oven cleaning
SETTINGS
LIGHT
LOCK
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
(3sec)
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Clean Time
Delay Start
3hr 00min None
START
4. Flick the screen to set the clean time.
You can choose 2 hours, 3 hours, or 5
hours. (The default is 3h).
5. Tap OK.
6. If you don’t want to use the Delay Start
feature, go to Step 8. Otherwise, tap
Delay Start, and then go to Step 7.
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Set start time
TIMER
4 : 35
OFF
AM
PM
SETTINGS
End at 12:38PM
LOCK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
(3sec)
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
OK
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TIMER
Self clean
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Oven cleaning
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
LIGHT
Clean Time
Delay Start
START
3hr 00min None
OVEN
MODE
OFF
9. If you need to stop or interrupt a self
cleaning cycle, tap OFF.
Operations
Self clean
8. Tap START to begin self-cleaning. The
motor-driven door lock will engage
automatically.
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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TIMER
7. Set the time you want self-cleaning to
start, and then tap OK.
Cleaning in progress...
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
LIGHT
End at 07:48 AM
Clean Left
3hr 00min
OFF
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
NOTE
•
•
You cannot start a self-cleaning cycle if the control lockout feature is active or the
oven is too hot.
The oven door locks automatically. The display shows the cleaning time remaining.
You cannot open the oven door until the temperature drops to a safe level.
After a self-cleaning cycle
• Wipe up any ash with a damp cloth after the oven cools. (Remove any white spots
with a soap-filled steel wool pad and rinse thoroughly with a vinegar-water solution.)
• If the oven is not clean after one cycle, repeat the cycle.
• You cannot set the oven to cook until the oven is cool enough for the door to unlock.
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Operations
GreenClean™
This function saves time and energy by removing leftover grease and residue that you
can wipe away with a damp cloth.
NOTE
The oven door locks during Green cleaning. Forcing the door open will likely damage the
locking system. After a Green cleaning cycle, stand to the side of the oven when opening
the door so hot air and steam can escape safely.
How to run a Green cleaning cycle
4:35 PM
TIMER
SETTINGS
OVEN
MODE
Clean
OFF
Oven cleaning
Self clean
GreenClean™
Descale
Draining
LIGHT
LOCK
(3sec)
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
2. Tap GreenClean™.
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Operations
TIMER
OVEN
MODE
1. Swipe the screen to Clean. The display
will show 4 cleaning selections.
Clean
OFF
Oven cleaning
SETTINGS
Self clean
GreenClean™
Descale
Draining
LIGHT
LOCK
(3sec)
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
3. Tap START to begin Green cleaning.
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TIMER
OVEN
MODE
GreenClean™
OFF
Quick 20 minute steam clean
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
LIGHT
Clean Time
START
0hr 20min
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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GreenClean™
TIMER
OFF
Pour 10 oz (300ml) of water
in oven.
SETTINGS
LIGHT
LOCK
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
(3sec)
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OK
4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Green-cleaning will start automatically.
5. After the Green-cleaning cycle, there
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TIMER
SETTINGS
OFF
Cleaning is complete.
Please wipe remaining residue from interior cavity.
LOCK
(3sec)
OK
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
will be a significant amount of water
on the oven floor. Wipe up the water
with a sponge or soft, dry cloth. (Wipe
also the oven face below the door seal.
NOTE
•
•
For Green-cleaning, exactly 10 oz (300 ml) of water produces the best results.
Green-cleaning will not function if Control lockout is active or the oven is too hot.
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Operations
After a Green-cleaning cycle
• Open the door carefully, avoiding hot air and steam. The water on the floor is hot.
• With a detergent-soaked sponge, soft brush, or nylon scrubber, wipe the oven
chamber. Remove stubborn residue with a nylon scourer. Remove lime deposits with
a cloth soaked in vinegar.
• If significant residue remains, you can repeat the process once the oven is cool.
• For heavy residue, such as grease left over from roasting, rub detergent into the
residue before starting Green-cleaning.
• After cleaning, leave the oven door ajar 15°, and let the oven chamber dry thoroughly.
Operations
Descale
If you use Steam Bake or Steam Roast frequently, you should regularly remove minerals
deposits that may affect the taste or quality of food. When running a descaling cycle, use
only descaling agents designed for steam ovens or coffee machines.
NOTE
If you use Steam Bake/Steam Roast functions for more than 12 total hours, the Descale
indicator turns on. You can still enable Steam Bake or Steam Roast for two more hours
without descaling. When those two hours are up, Steam Bake and Steam Roast will be
disabled until you have run a descaling cycle.
How to run a descale cycle
4:35 PM
TIMER
SETTINGS
Clean
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Oven cleaning
Self clean
LIGHT
GreenClean™
LOCK
(3sec)
Descale
Draining
Operations
Descale
OVEN
MODE
2. Tap Descale.
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
3. Tap START.
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TIMER
1. Swipe the screen to Clean. The display
will show 4 cleaning selections.
OFF
Please descale Water Reservoir to improve quality.
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
LIGHT
Clean Time
START
3hr 00min
Descale
TIMER
SETTINGS
Pour 13.5oz (400ml) water
and 1.7oz (50ml) descaling
solution into Water
Reservoir.
LOCK
4. Follow the on-screen directions. (The
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OFF
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
(3sec)
OK
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OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
process takes 3 hours.)
Empty, clean, and refill the water
reservoir with 1.7 oz (50 ml) of
descaling agent and 13.5 oz (400 ml) of
drinkable water.
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TIMER
OVEN
MODE
Descale
OFF
Draining…
SETTINGS
LOCK
Caution: Hot Water.
Do not remove Water Reservoir while draining.
(3sec)
LIGHT
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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Descale
TIMER
OFF
5. When descaling is complete, the oven
drains water automatically.
6. Use oven mitts to remove and empty
the water reservoir, then refill it with
22 oz (650 ml) of drinkable water.
7. Follow the on-screen directions, and
tap OK to start rinsing.
Pour 22oz (650ml) of water
into Water Reservoir to rinse.
SETTINGS
LIGHT
LOCK
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
(3sec)
OK
8. When rinsing is complete, use oven
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TIMER
SETTINGS
OFF
Descaling complete.
LIGHT
LOCK
(3sec)
mitts to empty/clean the reservoir.
OK
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
Operations
WARNING
Use only descaling agents designed for steam ovens or coffee machines.
CAUTION
Running Descaling disables Steam Bake and Steam Roast. If you cancel a descaling
cycle, you must restart and complete it within 3 hours to re-enable Steam Bake and
Steam Roast.
• Keep children away from the oven during the descaling cycle.
• If the descaling agent's ratio of water to descaling agent differs from Dacor's ratio
(8:1), use the descaling agent's ratio.
•
NOTE
Though the oven automatically starts descaling in 5 seconds without your confirmation,
you should confirm your selection to keep descaling from starting by mistake.
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Operations
Draining
When a steam function is complete, drain the remaining water so it does not affect
other cooking modes.
How to run a draining
4:35 PM
TIMER
Clean
OVEN
MODE
OFF
Oven cleaning
SETTINGS
Self clean
LIGHT
GreenClean™
LOCK
(3sec)
Descale
OVEN
MODE
Draining
Draining
OFF
Water is draining after Steam function use.
SETTINGS
LIGHT
LOCK
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
(3sec)
START
Operations
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TIMER
Draining
OFF
Draining…
SETTINGS
LOCK
2. Tap Draining.
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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TIMER
1. Swipe the screen to Clean. The display
will show 4 cleaning selections.
Caution: Hot Water.
Do not remove Water Reservoir while draining.
(3sec)
LIGHT
3. Tap START. The oven drains water
from the steam generator to the water
reservoir.
4. When draining is complete, use oven
mitts to remove and empty the water
reservoir.
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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TIMER
SETTINGS
OFF
Draining is complete.
LIGHT
LOCK
(3sec)
OK
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
NOTE
Once the oven starts draining, wait until the draining cycle is complete.
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Settings
In Settings, you can change the default settings to your preference or diagnose problems
with the network connection.
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TIMER
OVEN
MODE
Convection Bake
OFF
Tap SETTINGS. The display will show the
Setting item.
Faster, more even baking
325
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time Delay Start
None
None
°F
InstantHeat™
Off
LIGHT
START
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
Wi-Fi
To enable a Wi-Fi connection
1. Tap SETTINGS > Connections > Wi-Fi, then tap ON in the right screen.
2. Tap Wi-Fi, and then tap a Wi-Fi network in the list that appears.
3. You will be prompted to provide a password for a secure network. Enter the password.
Operations
To manually input an IP
1. Tap SETTINGS > Connections > Wi-Fi, then tap ON in the right screen.
2. Tap Wi-Fi, and then tap Add Network.
3. Enter an IP, then tap CONNECT to apply your settings.
•
•
NOTE
To disable a Wi-Fi connection, tap SETTINGS > Connections > Wi-Fi, then tap OFF in the
right screen.
For details about the Wi-Fi connection and using the Dacor iQ Kitchen app, see the
Dacor iQ Kitchen instruction manual.
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Operations
Display
1. Brightness
You can change the brightness of the display screen.
• Tap SETTINGS > Display > Brightness, and then use the bar next to Brightness to adjust
the brightness of the screen.
2. Screen saver
If screen saver is turned off, the Clock theme and Timeout menu are disabled.
• Tap SETTINGS > Display > Screen saver, and then tap OFF in the right screen.
3. Clock theme
• Tap SETTINGS > Display > Clock theme, and then tap in the right screen. You can select
a theme.
4. Timeout
• Tap SETTINGS > Display > Timeout, and then tap in the right screen. You can select a
time from 5 minutes to 60 minutes.
Date & Time
Operations
To enable automatic date and time
1. Turn on the Wi-Fi connection.
2. Tap SETTINGS > Date & Time, and then tap Date & Time > Automatic date and time, and
then tap ON in the right screen. The date and time are set automatically.
To manually input date and time
1. Tap SETTINGS > Date & Time, and then tap Date & Time > Automatically date and time,
and then tap OFF in the right screen. Time zone, set date, and set time are activated.
2. You can set the time zone, date, and time.
To change the time format
1. Tap SETTINGS > Date & Time > Select time format, and then tap in the right screen.
2. You can select 12-hour clock or 24-hour clock.
Language
Choose a disply language.
1. Tap SETTINGS > Language, and then tap in the right screen.
2. You can select English, Spanish, or French.
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Volume
Adjust the volume level for beeps and melodies.
• Tap SETTINGS > Volume, and then use the bar next to Volume to adjust the volume.
Temp
1. Temp unit
You can program the oven control to display the temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius. The
oven has been preset at the factory to display in Fahrenheit.
• Tap SETTINGS > Temp > Temperature Unit, and then tap in the right screen. You can
select °C or °F.
2. Temp adjust
Oven temperature is factory-calibrated. When first using the oven, be sure to follow
recipe times and temperatures.
If you think the oven is too hot or too cool, you can adjust the temperature setting. First,
test a recipe by using a temperature above or below what is recommended. The results
should help you make the adjustment. Oven temperature can be adjusted ±35 °F (±19 °C).
•
NOTE
This adjustment will not affect the broiling or the self-cleaning temperatures. The
adjustment will be retained in memory after a power failure.
12 hour energy Saving
If you accidently leave the oven on, this feature will automatically turn off the oven after
12 hours during baking functions or after 3 hours during a broil function.
1. Tap SETTINGS > 12 hour energy Saving, and then tap ON in the right screen.
2. The 12 hour energy saving icon will appear in the indicator area.
iQ control
To start the oven remotely.
• Tap SETTINGS > Connections > iQ Control, and then tap ON. (See the using the iQ control
feature section on page 50.)
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Operations
Tap SETTINGS > Temp > Temperature Adjust, and then tap in the right screen. You can
increase or decrease the temperature by 35 °F (19 °C).
Operations
Easy connection
Easy connection enables you to easily configure the network settings including the
authentication procedure.
• Tap SETTINGS > Connections > Easy connection, and then tap CONNECT.
Help
Help provides useful tips and explanations on a specific item that you select.
1. Troubleshooting
• Tap a checkpoint directly on the screen, and try the suggestions.
2. Guide for first use
• Provides simple instructions on the basic use of the oven.
About device
You can see information about the oven and do a software update.
To update the software:
1. Tap SETTINGS > About device > Software update, and then tap Update in the right
screen.
Operations
2. Tap INSTALL. The software is updated and the system restarts automatically.
Sabbath
You can set Sabbath mode. See the Using the sabbath feature section on the next page.
Demo mode
This option is for use by retail establishments for display purposes only. (The heating
element does not operate.)
1. Tap SETTINGS > Demo mode, and then tap ON in the right screen.
2. The Demo mode indicator appears on screen.
Remote Management
The call center will access your product remotely to check internal when you have some
problems.
• Tap SETTINGS > Connections > Remote management, and then tap ACTIVATE.
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Using the sabbath feature
(For use on the Jewish Sabbath & Holidays)
K
For further assistance, guidelines for proper usage, and a complete list of
models with the Sabbath feature, visit http:\\www.star-k.org.
You can use Sabbath with baking only. The oven temperature may be set higher or lower
after you set Sabbath. (The oven temperature adjustment feature should be used only
during Jewish holidays.) The display will not change, and no tones sound if a change is
made. Once the oven is set for baking with Sabbath active, the oven stays on until Sabbath
is cancelled. This overrides the factory preset 12-hr energy-saving feature. If the oven light
is needed while Sabbath is active, touch LIGHT before activating Sabbath. Once the oven
light is on and Sabbath is active, the oven interior light stays on until Sabbath is turned off.
If the oven light needs to be off, turn the oven light off before activating Sabbath.
How to use the Sabbath feature
1. Swipe the screen to Bake mode.
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TIMER
Bake
OFF
Operations
OVEN
MODE
Thermal heat baking
350
°F
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time
LIGHT
Delay Start
START
None None
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
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TIMER
OVEN
MODE
Bake
OFF
Thermal heat baking
350
°F
SETTINGS
LOCK
(3sec)
Cook Time
LIGHT
Delay Start
START
None None
?
Help
SETTINGS
i
About device
+
12th
LOCK
(3sec)
DEMO
4. Tap SETTINGS > Sabbath, to activate.
OFF
LIGHT
Sabbath
Demo mode
3. Tap START.
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
Settings
TIMER
2. Set the temperature and cook time you
want.
OFF
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
You may change the oven temperature
once baking starts.
The oven will not beep or show further
changes while Sabbath is active.
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Operations
TIMER
Sabbath
OFF
SETTINGS
- Temperature +
LIGHT
LOCK
(3sec)
Sabbath Off (3 sec)
OPEN/CLOSE
RESERVOIR
5. You can turn the oven off at any time
by touching OFF. Note that this does
not turn Sabbath mode off.
6. To turn Sabbath mode off, touch and
hold Sabbath Off for 3 seconds.
Operations
Do not try to activate programs other than Bake while Sabbath is active.
You can change the oven temperature, but the display will not change nor tones
sound when a change occurs. (The oven temperature adjustment feature should
be used only on Jewish holidays.) When you change the temperature in Sabbath
mode, the oven takes 15 seconds to recognize the change.
You can set Cook Time before activating Sabbath.
If there is a power failure/interruption, the oven shuts itself off. When power
returns, the oven does not turn itself on. Sabbath appears on the control screen,
but the oven will not operate. Food may be safely removed from the oven during
Sabbath mode, but the oven cannot be turned on until after the Sabbath Holidays.
Touch-hold Sabbath Off for 3 seconds to turn off Sabbath mode.
Do not open the oven door or change the temperature for 30 minutes after
entering Sabbath mode to let the oven reach the set temperature. For best
performance, the oven fan operates only when the oven temperature is rising.
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Care and maintenance
Care and cleaning of the oven
Cleaning painted parts and decorative trim
• For general cleaning, use a cloth with hot, soapy water.
• For more difficult residue and greasy buildup, apply a liquid detergent directly to
the area. 30 – 60 minutes later, wipe with a damp cloth, then wipe with a wet cloth,
and dry. Do not use abrasive cleaners anywhere on the oven.
Cleaning stainless-steel surfaces
1. Shake a bottle of stainless-steel appliance cleaner/polish well.
2. Place a small amount of cleaner/polish on a damp cloth/paper towel.
3. Clean a small area, rubbing with the grain of the metal (if applicable).
4. Dry and buff with a clean, dry paper towel, or soft cloth.
5. Repeat as needed.
NOTE
Do not use a steel-wool pad.
• If a mineral-oil-based stainless-steel appliance cleaner has been used to clean the
oven, wash the surface with dish soap and water before using the stainless-steel
appliance cleaner/polish.
•
This is in the back wall of each oven chamber. Clean the filter regularly. If you let it
become clogged, the oven’s convection cooking modes will not work properly.
Remove the filter during a self-clean cycle.
NOTE
For your safety and proper oven performance, re-install the filter before using the oven
to cook so the spinning fan blades at the back of the oven are not exposed.
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Care and maintenance
Convection filter
Care and maintenance
Removing your oven’s convection filter
When the oven is cool, grasp the edges
of the filter with your fingertips, and
gently push up.
To clean the filter
Soak the filter in hot, soapy water, then rinse it well. You may also put it on the top
rack of a dishwasher. Dry the filter before re-installing it.
Installing your oven’s convection filter
Care and maintenance
Carefully hook the metal clips on the
back of the filter over the metal bar
across the fan hole. Center the filter over
the hole. Take care not to scratch the
porcelain with the back of the filter.
Clips
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Oven racks
If the racks are left in the oven during a self-cleaning cycle, they will discolor and turn
dull. After self-cleaning when the oven is cool, rub the sides of the racks with wax
paper or a cloth dabbed with a small amount of oil. The racks will glide more smoothly.
• Gliding racks may be cleaned by hand with an abrasive cleaner or steel wool. During
cleaning, do not let water or cleaner get in the slides on the sides of rack.
•
NOTE
Do not clean the racks in a dishwasher.
• If a rack becomes hard to remove/replace, lightly wipe the guides with cooking oil. Do
not wipe cooking oil on the slides.
• If oil does not help sufficiently, a graphite lubricant may be applied to the rack. (To
order graphite lubricant., call Dacor Customer Service: (800) 793-0093 or visit: http://
www.dacor.com/Customer-Care/Service-Parts) and search for part no. DG81-01629A.
•
Care and maintenance
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Care and maintenance
To lubricate the slides of the gliding rack
1. Remove the rack from the oven. (See
pg. 32.)
2. Fully extend the rack on a large, flat
surface. (Lay newspaper under the
rack for easy cleanup.)
3. Wipe debris from the slide tracks with
a paper towel.
4. Shake the lubricant bottle before
Care and maintenance
opening it. Starting with the left (front
and back) slide mechanism, place 4
small drops of lubricant on the 2 bottom
slide tracks close to the bearing carriers.
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5. Repeat for the right (front and back)
slide mechanism.
6. Open-close the rack several times to
distribute the lubricant.
7. Replace the cap on the lubricant and
shake it again. Turn the rack over and
repeat Steps 3 – 6.
8. Close the rack, turn it right-side up,
and install it in the oven. (See pg. 32.)
NOTE
Do not spray the gliding rack with cooking
spray or other lubricants.
Care and maintenance
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Care and maintenance
Rack support
Rack supports can be removed for cleaning. (Self clean, GreenClean™ and Manual clean).
Removing the rack supports
1. Grasping from the middle, lift the rack
support upward.
2. Rotate the rack support about 45°.
Care and maintenance
3. Pull the rack support from its two holes.
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Replacing the rack supports
1. Put the rack support into the two holes.
2. Rotate the bottom of the rack support
to the oven wall.
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Care and maintenance
3. Grasping at the middle, push the rack
support downward, then press the
support into the holes in the oven wall.
Care and maintenance
Oven door
•
Don’t hand clean
the oven door
gasket.
You may hand
clean the
door.
•
Care and maintenance
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With soap and water, thoroughly clean
the top, sides, and front of the oven
door. Rinse well. You may use a glass
cleaner on the exterior glass. For stains
on the inside of the door, use a cloth
with vinegar or soap. Wipe with a
damp cloth and dry. DO NOT immerse
the door in water. DO NOT spray or let
water or glass cleaner into the door
vents. DO NOT use oven cleaners,
powders, or harsh abrasive material on
the outside of the door.
DO NOT clean the oven door gasket,
which is made of a woven material that
is essential for a good seal. Do not rub,
damage, or remove the gasket.
Removing the oven doors
CAUTION
• The door is very heavy. Be careful when removing and lifting the door.
• Do not lift the door by the handle.
1. Lay out a soft blanket on a large, flat,
sturdy surface, or use the corner posts
from your packing material.
2. Disconnect the LED’s wire harness
(bottom right corner of the door).
A
A. Wire Harness
B
A. Oven door hinge lock in locked
position
B. Oven door hinge lock in unlocked
position
5. Partially close the door to engage the
door latch locks. The door stops at
this point.
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Care and maintenance
A
3. Open the oven door.
4. Find the hinge locks in both corners of
the door, and flip the locks outward to
the unlocked position. If the hinge lock
is not rotated fully (graphic B, at left),
the door will not come off properly.
Care and maintenance
6. Grasp both sides of the oven door
below the handle. Lift and pull the door
away from the oven. Gently rock the
door side to side if needed.
7. Set the oven door, handle down, on the
prepared surface.
Re-installing the oven doors
CAUTION
The door is very heavy. You may need help lifting the door high enough to slide it into the
hinge slots. Do not lift the door by the handle.
Care and maintenance
1. Grasp both sides of the door below
the handle.
2. Position the door hinge locks before
the slots at the bottom-front of the
oven face.
A
A. Slot in the oven chamber for the door
hinge lock
3. Maintaining a 45° angle, slowly insert
the hinge locks into the slots. You will
know the door is engaged when you
feel a slight drop.
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4. Open the door fully. If it does not lie
perpendicular to the oven, remove the
door, and repeat Steps 1 – 3.
5. At each hinge of the oven door, flip the
hinge locks up into the locked position.
(See Removing the oven doors, Step 3,
graphic A, pg. 75.)
6. Close the oven door.
There should be an even gap between
the door and control panel. If one side
has a wider gap, the hinge on that side
is improperly installed.
7. Reconnect the LED wire harness.
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Care and maintenance
CAUTION
Push the wiring inward as it was before you removed the door. Dangling wiring may
snag on the door or become heat-damaged.
Care and maintenance
Changing the oven light
The oven light is a standard, 40-watt appliance halogen bulb. It comes on automatically
when the oven door is opened. If the door is closed, touch LIGHT on the control screen
to turn the light on/off. You cannot turn the light on during a self-cleaning cycle.
1. Remove power to the oven at the main
fuse or circuit breaker, and ensure the
oven and bulb are cool.
2. While supporting the element, turn the
circular nut on the rear wall counterclockwise. The element loosens and
tilts down.
Important: The broil element is not
removable. Do not force the element
down or let it drop.
Care and maintenance
3. Remove the glass cover and bulb cover.
4. Replace the bulb.
5. Re-install the covers, then hold the
broil element in its operating position,
and turn the nut clockwise to tighten.
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Troubleshooting
If there is an issue with the oven, review these tables for a possible resolution. If you
are unable to resolve the issue, call Dacor Customer Service: (800) 793-0093.
Control display
Problem
Possible cause
Display goes
blank
Blown fuse or tripped circuit
breaker
Control screen
not responding
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Moisture/residue on screen
The lock function is set
User is wearing oven mitt or
has residue on finger
Solution
Replace fuse or reset circuit
breaker
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Remove the moisture/
reside, and try again
Cancel lock function
Remove mitt; wipe off finger
Oven
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Oven will not
turn on
Power plug not properly
inserted in outlet
Properly insert plug; ensure
outlet is properly wired
Blown fuse/tripped circuit
breaker
Replace fuse or reset circuit
breaker
Oven controls improperly set
See Operations, pg. 19
Oven light will
not turn on
Let oven cool
Call for service
Check house lights; if needed,
call utility supplier for service.
Light is loose/defective/burnt out Tighten/replace lamp; call for
service if new light will not come
on.
Operating switch is broken
Call for service.
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Troubleshooting
Oven too hot
Incomplete service wiring
Power outage
Troubleshooting
Problem
Oven smokes
excessively
during broiling
Food does not
bake/roast
properly
Food does not
broil properly
Possible cause
Oven controls improperly set
See Operations, pg. 19
Meat is too close to broil element Reposition rack for proper
clearance between meat and
element; preheat broil element
for searing
Meat improperly prepared.
Trim excess fat from meat
Grease buildup on oven surfaces Clean oven chamber regularly
Oven controls improperly set
See Operations, pg. 19
See Using the oven racks, pg. 29
Oven rack improperly
positioned or not level
Oven thermistor needs adjusting See Temp adjust, pg. 63.
Serving size too large/small
See Broiling recommendation
guide, pg. 40, and try again.
Rack improperly positioned
See Broiling recommendation
guide, pg. 40
Cookware not suited for broiling
Troubleshooting
Oven temp too
hot/cold
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Solution
Use suitable cookware.
Preheat broil element for 10 min.
(Some geographic areas)
See Broiling recommendation
Insufficient voltage
guide, pg. 40
Oven thermistor needs adjusting See Temp adjust, pg. 63.
Problem
Dripping water
Steam seeps
from door seam
Water left in oven
Boiling sounds
during steam
cooking
Oven will not
self-clean
Possible cause
Solution
These issues depend on type of
food being cooked; this is not a
product malfunction
Let oven cool, then dry with dish
towel
Water is being heated by steam
heater
Normal operation
Oven temp too high to start selfclean cycle
Oven controls set incorrectly
Self-clean cycle cannot start if
oven lockout is active
Excessive smoke Excessive food residue in oven
during self-clean
cycle
See Self clean, pg. 52-53
Cancel oven lockout (see pg. 23)
Press OFF. Open windows to vent
smoke; wait for self-clean cycle
to be cancelled; wipe up excess
soil; restart self-clean cycle
Let oven cool
See Self clean, pg. 52-53
Wipe up spillovers before
starting self-clean cycle; very
dirty ovens may need additional
self-cleaning or longer cycles.
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Troubleshooting
Oven door stays Oven too hot
locked after selfclean cycle
Oven controls set incorrectly
Oven not clean
after self-clean
Excessive food residue in oven
cycle
Let oven cool, then reset controls
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Steam from vent During convection baking, steam Normal operation
normally comes from oven vent
High volume of food being cooked
To burn off odor quicker, run
Normal for new oven; odor
Burning/oily
self-clean cycle for at least 3 hrs
vanishes after a few uses
odor from vent
(see Self clean, pg. 52-53)
Operate oven empty on Bake at
Odor from insulation around
Strong odor
oven chamber is normal initially; 400 °F for 1 hour
odor vanishes after a few uses
Normal operation
Convection fan normally cycles
Fan noise
on and off
Oven racks do
Chrome racks went through self- Apply dab of veg. oil to paper
not slide easily
towel; wipe edges of racks
clean cycle
Tripped circuit breaker or power Activate Control Lockout, then
Oven door will
failure while door was locked
not open
unlock the control (see Control
Lockout, pg. 23)
Troubleshooting
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Information codes
Oven
Displayed
Code
Possible cause
C-d0
Control key was short for 1 minute
C-d1
Door lock mispositioned
Communication between Main and
Sub PBA was interrupted
Communication between Main and
Touch was interrupted
Oven sensor is open when oven
operates
Oven sensor is short when oven
operates
C-F0
C-F2
C-20
C-21
C-23
C-31
Clean buttons, and wipe away
any moisture; turn off oven, and
retry; if issue persists, contact
Dacor Customer Service
Press OFF, and restart oven; if
issue persists, disconnect all
power to oven for at least 30
seconds, and reconnect power;
if issue persists, call for service.
Temp probe sensor is short when
oven operates
PCB sensor is open when oven
operates
Troubleshooting
C-30
Abnormally high internal temp
Solution
PCB sensor is short when oven
operates
Abnormally high PCB temp
Call for service
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Troubleshooting
Displayed
Code
Possible cause
Steam sensor is open when oven
operates
Solution
C-72
Drain system problems
Press OFF, and restart oven; if
issue persists, disconnect all
power to oven for at least 30
seconds, and reconnect power;
if issue persists, call for service.
C-A2
Abnormal cooling motor function
Call for service
C-70
Troubleshooting
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Steam sensor is short when oven
operates
Warranty and Service
Getting Help
Before you request service:
you request service:
1. Review the Troubleshooting section of this manual (see page 79).
2. Use the helpful tips found in our Troubleshooting.
3. Become familiar with the warranty terms and conditions of your product.
4. If none of these tips or suggestions resolves your problem, call our Customer Service
center at the number below.
Dacor’s Customer Service center is available 6:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Pacific Time
For warranty repairs or questions and for Dacor Distinctive Service (DDS) in the US and
Canada
Phone: (800) 793-0093, extension 2822
For non-warranty repairs or questions in the US and Canada
Phone: (800) 793-0093, extension 2813
Contact us through our website at:
www.dacor.com/contact-us
Warranty
CERTIFICATE OF WARRANTIES: DACOR OVENS
WITHIN THE FIFTY STATES OF THE U.S.A., THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, AND CANADA:
FULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTY
The warranty applies only to the Dacor appliance sold to the first use purchaser, starting
from the date of original retail purchase or closing date for new construction, whichever
period is longer. Warranty is valid on products purchased brand new from a Dacor
Authorized Dealer, or other seller authorized by Dacor.
If your Dacor product fails to function within one year of the original date of purchase,
due to a defect in material or workmanship, Dacor will remedy it without charge to you.
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Warranty and Service
What Is Covered
Warranty and Service
All cosmetic damage (such as scratches on stainless steel, paint/porcelain blemishes, etc.)
to the product or included accessories must be reported to Dacor within 60 days of the
original purchase date to qualify for warranty coverage. Consumable parts such as filters
and light bulbs are not covered and are the responsibility of the purchaser.
LIMITATIONS OF COVERAGE
Service will be provided by a Dacor designated service company during regular business
hours. Please note service providers are independent entities and are not agents of Dacor.
Dealer display and model home display products with a production date greater than 5
years, products sold “As Is,” and products installed for non-residential use, which include
but are not limited to religious organizations, fire stations, bed and breakfast, and spas
carry a one year parts warranty only. All delivery, installation, labor costs, and other
service fees are the responsibility of the purchaser.
Warranty will be null and void on product that has altered, defaced, or missing serial
numbers and tags.
The owner must provide proof of purchase or closing statement for new construction
upon request. All Dacor products must be accessible for service.
Warranty is null and void if non-ETL or non-CUL approved product is transported from the
U.S.A.
OUTSIDE THE FIFTY STATES OF THE U.S.A, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, AND CANADA:
LIMITED FIRST YEAR WARRANTY
Warranty and Service
If your Dacor product fails to function within one year of the original date of purchase
due to a defect in material or workmanship, Dacor will furnish a new part, F.O.B. factory to
replace the defective part.
All delivery, installation, labor costs and other service fees are the responsibility of the
purchaser.
What Is Not Covered
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Slight color variations may be noticed because of differences in painted parts, kitchen
lighting, product placement, and other factors; this warranty does not apply to color
variation.
Service calls to educate the customer on proper use and care of the product.
Service fees for travel to islands and remote areas, which include but are not limited to,
ferries, toll roads or other travel expenses.
Consequential or incidental damage, including but not limited to food or medicine loss,
time away from work or restaurant meals.
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Failure of the product when used for commercial, business, rental or any application
other than for residential consumer use.
Failure of the product caused by improper product installation.
Replacement of house fuses, fuse boxes or resetting of circuit breakers.
Damage to the product caused by accident, fire, flood, power interruption, power
surges or other acts of God.
Liability or responsibility for damage to surrounding property including cabinetry,
floors, ceilings and other structures or objects around the product.
Breakage, discoloration, or damage to glass, metal surfaces, plastic components, trim,
paint or other cosmetic finish caused by improper usage, care, abuse or neglect.
Out of Warranty
Should you experience a service issue beyond the standard warranty period, please
contact us. Dacor reviews each issue and customer concern to provide the best possible
solution based on the circumstances.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or do not
allow the exclusion or limitation of inconsequential damages, therefore the above
limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal
rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state.
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Warranty and Service
THE REMEDIES PROVIDED IN THE ABOVE EXPRESS WARRANTIES ARE THE SOLE AND
EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES. THEREFORE, NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES ARE MADE, AND
OUTSIDE THE FIFTY STATES OF THE UNITED STATES, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND
CANADA, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE OR PURPOSE,
ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN
NO EVENT SHALL DACOR BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL EXPENSE OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES. IN THE EVENT DACOR PREVAILS IN ANY LAWSUIT, DACOR SHALL BE ENTITLED
TO REIMBURSEMENT OF ALL COSTS AND EXPENSES, INCLUDING ATTORNEY’S FEES, FROM
THE DACOR CUSTOMER. NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ARE MADE TO ANY
BUYER FOR RESALE.
Regulatory Notice
1. FCC Notice
CAUTION
FCC CAUTION: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is Subject
to following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) This device must accept any interference received including
interference that cause undesired operation.
For products sold in the US and Canadian markets, only channels
1~11 are available. You cannot select any other channels.
FCC STATEMENT:
Regulatory Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply within the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorienting or relocating the receiving antenna
• Increasing the separation between the equipment and receiver
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• Connecting the equipment to an outlet that is on a different circuit
than the radio or TV
• Consulting the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
FCC RADIATION EXPOSURE STATEMENT:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set
forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be
installed and operated so there is at least 8 inches (20 cm) between
the radiator and your body. This device and its antenna(s) must not
be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter.
2. IC Notice
The term “IC” before the radio certification number only signifies
that Industry Canada technical specifications were met. Operation
is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not
cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference,
including interference that may cause undesired operation of the
device.
IC RADIATION EXPOSURE STATEMENT:
This equipment complies with IC RSS-102 radiation exposure limits
set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be
installed and operated so there is at least 8 inches (20 cm) between
the radiator and your body. This device and its antenna(s) must not
be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter.
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Regulatory Notice
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
For products sold in the US and Canadian markets, only channels
1~11 are available. You cannot select any other channels.
Open Source Announcement
The software included in this product contains open source software. You may obtain the
complete corresponding source code for a period of three years after the last shipment of
this product by sending an email to mailto:oss.request@samsung.com.
It is also possible to obtain the complete corresponding source code in a physical medium
such as a CD-ROM; a minimal charge will be required.
The following URL http://opensource.samsung.com/opensource/OVEN_HKM_TZ/seq/0
leads to the download page of the source code made available and open source license
information as related to this product. This offer is valid to anyone in receipt of this
information.
Open Source Announcement
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Please visit www.Dacor.com to activate your warranty online.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
IMPORTANT:
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Your warranty will not begin until you activate it online or return this form to Dacor. If you have purchased more
than one Dacor product, please return all forms in one envelope, or activate the warranty for each product online.
Please rest assured that under no conditions will Dacor sell your name or any of the information on this form for
mailing list purposes. We are very grateful that you have chosen Dacor products for your home and we do not
consider the sale of such information to be a proper way of expressing our gratitude!
Owner’s Name:
Last (Please Print or Type)
Street:
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First
Middle
State:
Purchase Date:
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Email:
Telephone:
Dealer:
City:
State:
Zip:
Your willingness to take a few seconds to fill in the section below will be sincerely appreciated. Thank you.
1. How were you first exposed to Dacor products? (Please check one only.)
‰‰ A. T.V. Cooking Show
‰‰ F. Builder
‰‰ B. Magazine
‰‰ G. Architect/Designer
‰‰ C. Appliance Dealer Showroom
‰‰ H. Another Dacor Owner
‰‰ D. Kitchen Dealer Showroom
‰‰ I. Model Home
‰‰ E. Home Show
‰‰ J. Other
2. Where did you buy your Dacor appliances?
‰‰ A. Appliance Dealer
‰‰ D. Builder
‰‰ B. Kitchen Dealer
‰‰ E. Other
‰‰ C. Builder Supplier
3. For what purpose was the product purchased?
‰‰ A. Replacement only
‰‰ C. New Home
‰‰ B. Part of a Remodel
‰‰ E. Other
4. What is your household income?
‰‰ A. Under $75,000
‰‰ D. $150,000 – $200,000
‰‰ B. $75,000 – $100,000
‰‰ E. $200,000 – $250,000
‰‰ C. $100,000 – $150,000
‰‰ F. Over $250,000
5. What are the brands of appliances that you have in your kitchen?
A. Cooktop
C. Dishwasher
B. Oven
D. Refrigerator
6. Would you buy or recommend another Dacor product?
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‰‰ Yes
‰‰ No
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