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USE AND CARE MANUAL
DUAL FUEL RANGE
30” 36” 48” & 60”
OPEN BURNER / SEALED BURNER
MODELS:
COB / CSB
A SPECIAL MESSAGE TO CUSTOMERS
Dear Valued Customer,
Congratulations on making a smart choice! You have joined an elite group of cooking enthusiasts who demand
only the very best from their appliances. A Capital Cooking appliance promises years of enjoyment and maximum
performance, allowing cooks everywhere to create culinary memories that last a lifetime.
Because of the unique features found in our appliances, we urge you to read this manual thoroughly before
installation and use. Please RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE; it is an invaluable guide to
help you better understand your Capital Cooking appliance.
Since your satisfaction is our topmost priority, please feel free to contact our service experts. You may reach us
toll free at (866) 402-4600, or dial the factory direct at (562) 903-1168. You can fax us a list of your concerns,
comments, and/or compliments at (562) 903-1167, or drop us an e-mail at customerservice@capital-cooking.com.
Feel free to also write us at:
13211 East Florence Ave.
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Our products are proudly designed and manufactured in America and we trust that our strict adherence to the
highest quality assurance standards will provide you with years of trouble free gourmet cooking.
Happy Cooking!
Chairman
Capital Cooking Equipment, Inc.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
A SPECIAL MESSAGE TO CUSTOMERS ................................................................................................................1
TABLE OF CONTENTS..............................................................................................................................................2
WARNINGS AND GENERAL SAFETY ......................................................................................................................4
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................................5
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (cont’d) ...........................................................................................................6
COB / CSB DUAL FUEL RANGE MODELS...............................................................................................................7
CONTROL PANEL FUNCTIONS ...............................................................................................................................8
RANGE TOP LEGEND ...............................................................................................................................................9
RANGE FEATURES DEFINED ............................................................................................................................... 11
RANGE FEATURES DEFINED (continued) ............................................................................................................ 12
USING YOUR RANGE ............................................................................................................................................ 13
INITIAL OVEN SETUP ........................................................................................................................................ 13
CLOCK ............................................................................................................................................................ 13
FAHRENHEIT OR CELSIUS TEMPERATURE DISPLAY ............................................................................. 13
CONTROL BEEPER ....................................................................................................................................... 13
OVEN LIGHTS ................................................................................................................................................ 13
OVEN HEATING MODES DEFINED ...................................................................................................................... 14
PRE-HEAT ...................................................................................................................................................... 14
BAKE ............................................................................................................................................................... 14
DELICATE BAKE ............................................................................................................................................ 14
BROIL ............................................................................................................................................................. 14
PERFECT CONVECTION .............................................................................................................................. 14
CONVECTION COOKING .............................................................................................................................. 14
ROAST ............................................................................................................................................................ 14
OVEN HEATING MODES DEFINED (continued) ................................................................................................... 15
SELF CLEAN .................................................................................................................................................. 15
HOLD .............................................................................................................................................................. 15
OVEN USE (Before Cooking) .................................................................................................................................. 15
PREPARATION ................................................................................................................................................... 15
POSITIONING OVEN RACKS ............................................................................................................................ 15
SETTING THE OVEN ......................................................................................................................................... 16
WHILE THE OVEN IS RUNNING ....................................................................................................................... 16
TURNING THE OVEN OFF ................................................................................................................................ 17
SECURING THE OVEN CONTROL ................................................................................................................... 17
ADJUSTING THE OVEN MODE AND/OR TEMPERATURE ............................................................................. 17
SETTING TIMERS .............................................................................................................................................. 18
TURNING LIGHTS ON AND OFF ....................................................................................................................... 18
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS............................................................................................................................................ 19
SELF CLEAN ...................................................................................................................................................... 19
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS............................................................................................................................................ 20
CONVECTION (Standard on All Dual Fuel Range Ovens)................................................................................. 20
ROTISSERIE (30” or 36” Oven or PRIMARY Oven only on 48” or 60”) ............................................................. 20
MOIST (30” or 36” Oven or PRIMARY Oven only on 48” or 60”)........................................................................ 21
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS............................................................................................................................................ 22
PROBE ................................................................................................................................................................ 22
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS............................................................................................................................................ 23
DELAY COOK ..................................................................................................................................................... 23
TIMED COOK ...................................................................................................................................................... 23
SABBATH MODE ................................................................................................................................................ 24
TIPS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 25
General ........................................................................................................................................................... 25
Broiling ............................................................................................................................................................ 25
Rotisserie Cooking .......................................................................................................................................... 25
Multi Rack Cooking ......................................................................................................................................... 25
CARE AND MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................... 26
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MEAT PROBE: ............................................................................................................................................... 26
MEAT PROBE SOCKET:................................................................................................................................ 26
ROTISSERIE MOTOR SOCKET: ................................................................................................................... 26
ROTISSERIE SPIT ROD AND FORKS: ......................................................................................................... 26
BROIL PAN: .................................................................................................................................................... 26
USING THE RANGETOP BURNERS ..................................................................................................................... 27
CAPITAL RANGE TOP BURNERS ................................................................................................................ 27
USING THE RANGETOP BURNERS ..................................................................................................................... 27
USING THE GRILL FEATURE ................................................................................................................................ 29
USING THE GRILL FEATURE (cont’d) ................................................................................................................... 30
USING THE THERMO GRIDDLE ........................................................................................................................... 31
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................................................... 32
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE (cont’d) ............................................................................................................. 33
CLEANING CHART: ................................................................................................................................................ 34
TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................................................................................. 35
SERVICE INFORMATION ....................................................................................................................................... 36
WARRANTY ............................................................................................................................................................ 37
USE AND CARE MANUAL ............................................................................................................................................. 38
Dimensional Diagrams: ....................................................................................................................................... 39
PLANNING THE INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................... 40
Dimensional Diagrams: ....................................................................................................................................... 40
Dimension Summary Table ................................................................................................................................. 40
UNPACKING AND HANDLING ............................................................................................................................... 42
ELECTRICAL WIRING INSTALLATION: ................................................................................................................ 42
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS: ........................................................................................................................... 42
Electrical Requirement Summary Table .............................................................................................................. 42
ELECTRICAL WIRING INSTALLATION (cont’d): .................................................................................................. 43
INSTALLATION: ...................................................................................................................................................... 44
INSTALLATION (cont’d): ........................................................................................................................................ 45
INSTALLATION (cont’d): ........................................................................................................................................ 46
INSTALLATION (cont’d): ........................................................................................................................................ 47
INSTALLATION (cont’d): ........................................................................................................................................ 48
INSTALLATION (cont’d): ........................................................................................................................................ 49
INSTALLER CHECKLIST ........................................................................................................................................ 50
OPEN BURNER FLAME ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ........................................................................................ 51
DOOR REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE ...................................................................................... 53
SERVICE INFORMATION ....................................................................................................................................... 54
WARRANTY ............................................................................................................................................................ 55
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WARNINGS AND GENERAL SAFETY
WARNING!
If the information in this manual is not
followed, fire or explosion may result causing
property damage, personal injury or death
WARNING!
Do not install or use this product near water or
outdoors, for example, near a kitchen sink, in a
wet basement or near a swimming pool
WARNING!
Disconnect Power before installing.
Prior to turning power ON, verify that all gas
controls are in the OFF position.
ANSI/NCSBCS A225.1 or with local codes as applicable.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
Do not try to light any appliance
Do not touch or turn on any electrical
switch
Do not use any phone within your
building
Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas
supplier’s instructions
If you cannot reach your gas supplier,
call the fire department
FOR YOUR SAFETY!
The installation of appliances designed for Recreation Park
Trailers must conform with State and local codes or, in the
absence of such codes, to the standard for Recreational Park
Trailers ANSI A119.5
IN CASE OF FIRE:
Smother flames with a close fitting lid or any metal tray.
Turn OFF the burner. Be careful to prevent burns. If the
flames do not extinguish, immediately evacuate and call
the fire department.
NEVER pick up a flaming pan. By doing so you may be
burned.
DO NOT use water or a wet dishcloth on fire. A violent
steam explosion can result. Use a fire extinguisher only
if:
o
You have a CLASS ABC extinguisher and
you know how to operate it.
o
The fire is small and contained in the area
where it started.
o
The fire department has been called.
o
You can fight the fire with your back to the
exit.
If You Smell Gas:
Shut off gas to the appliance. Extinguish any open flames. If the
odor persists, immediately call your gas supplier
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer,
service agency, or utility company.
The appliance and its individual shutoff valve must be
disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any
pressure testing of that system on test pressures in excess of 5
psi (35 kPa).
ELECTRICAL SAFETY:
Electrical Requirements and Grounding Instructions
The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system
by closing its individual manual shutoff valve during any pressure
testing of the gas supply.
NOTE: ALL MODELS.
IN CASE OF AN ELECTRICAL FAILURE
The appliance, when installed, must be electrically grounded in
accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes,
with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
If for any reason a gas control knob is turned ON and there is no
electric power to operate the electronic igniters on the range
burners, turn OFF the gas control knob and wait 5 minutes
for the gas to dissipate before lighting the range burner
manually.
To light the range burners manually, carefully hold a lighted
match to the burner ports and turn the gas control knob to Hl.
During a power failure, you can manually light the range burners
with a match.
IMPORTANT!
Installation must conform with local codes or,
in the absence of local codes, to the National fuel Gas Code,
ANSI Z223.1/NFPS54 and National Electrical Code NFPA70.
This appliance is designed for easy installation and operation,
however we recommend that you read all sections of this manual
before installation and first use and that your range is installed by
an approved installation technician capable of reviewing and
performing the manufacturer’s installation checklist included in
this manual.
Note: The gas Grill, and Thermo-griddle'"' CANNOT be lit
manually during a power failure.
The installation of appliances assigned for manufactured (mobile)
home installation must conform to the Manufactured Home
Construction and Safety Standard, Title 24 CFR, Part 3280 or,
when this standard is not applicable, refer to:
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GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, serious
injury or death when using your appliance,
follow basic safety precautions, including the
following:
1.
Read the provided use and care manual before
operating this appliance.
2.
Keep packaging materials away from children.
Plastic sheets and bags can cause suffocation.
3.
If your range is found to be damaged upon receipt,
contact your dealer or builder immediately. Do not
install or use a damaged appliance or if the conduit
is damaged.
4.
This range must be properly installed and grounded
by a qualified installer according to these installation
instructions prior to use. The installer must show the
customer the location of the circuit breaker panel or
fuse box so that they know where and how to turn
off electric power to the range. Capital Cooking
Equipment is not responsible for service required to
correct a faulty installation. The owner is responsible
to make sure this appliance is properly installed.
5.
Have the installer demonstrate how to use this
appliance and show you where the gas supply shut
off valve is located so that you know how and where
to turn off the gas to the range.
6.
If you smell gas, your installer must check for leaks.
If the connections are not perfectly tight a small leak
may occur allowing gas odors to be detected.
Finding a gas leak is not a "do-it-yourself"
procedure. Some leaks can only be found with the
burner control in the "ON" position and must be
performed by a qualified service technician.
7.
In the event a burner goes out and gas escapes,
open a window or door immediately. DO NOT
attempt to use the range until the gas has had time
to dissipate. Wait at least 5 minutes before using the
range again.
8.
To avoid electric shock hazard, do not install this
appliance outside or near water. Do not install or
use this appliance if it has been exposed to water.
9.
If the range is near a window, be certain the curtains
do not blow over or near the range burners, griddle
or broiler section; they could catch fire and cause
serious damage and injury.
10.
To prevent damage, do not use the oven handles as
lift points or for moving the range.
11.
Do not install, repair or replace any part of the range
yourself unless specifically recommended in the
literature accompanying it. All other service must be
performed by a qualified service technician.
12.
Electric power to the range must be turned off at the
circuit breaker or fuse box prior to performing any
type of service or installation.
13.
This range is to be used only for cooking tasks
expected of a home appliance. This range is not
intended for commercial use.
14.
15.
Do not climb or sit on any part of the appliance.
Do not leave children or pets alone or unattended in
the area around the range. Do not allow children to
play with the controls, pull on the handle or touch
other parts of the range.
16.
Do not store items of interest to children above the
range. Children can be burned or injured while
climbing on the appliance.
17.
Do not tamper with the controls. Do not adjust or
alter any part of the range unless specifically
instructed to do so by this manual.
18.
Secure the oven to the cabinet using the supplied
anti-tip bracket to prevent injury due to the unit
tipping forward,
19.
Only use dry pot holders to prevent steam burns
when moving items in or out of the range. Do not
use a towel or other bulky cloth in place of
potholders.
20.
Do not use water on grease fires. Smother any
flames with a lid, cookie sheet, or flat tray. Use
baking soda or a foam fire extinguisher to extinguish
flaming grease.
21.
Keep flammable items, such as paper, cardboard,
plastic and cloth away from hot surfaces. Do not put
such items in the oven. Do not allow pot holders to
touch hot surfaces.
Do not wear loose or hanging apparel while using
the range. Do not allow clothing to come into
contact with or close proximity to any element,
burner, burner grate, or the interior of the oven and
the surrounding areas during and immediately after
use. Some synthetic materials are highly flammable
and should not be worn while cooking.
22.
23.
Do not use the oven for storage.
24.
DO NOT TOUCH THE BURNER GRATES OR THE
IMMEDIATE SURROUNDING AREAS adjacent to
the burners. When in use these areas may become
/hot enough to cause burns.
25.
NEVER leave the range unattended when using
high flame settings. Boil-overs cause smoking and
greasy spills that may ignite. More importantly, if the
burner flames are smothered, unburned gas will
escape into the room.
26.
When using the oven: DO NOT touch the interior
surfaces of the oven or the exterior area
immediately surrounding the door. Interior oven
surfaces become hot enough to cause burns. The
heat deflector, which deflects heat away from the
range and the trim on the top and sides
27.
Do not line the oven with aluminum foil or other
materials while cooking or cleaning.
28.
Do not leave metal objects, such as aluminum foil,
the meat probe, cookie sheets, etc., on the bottom
of the oven. Objects left on the bottom of the oven
could damage the oven.
29.
ONLY certain types of glass, heat proof glassceramic, ceramic earthenware or other glazed
utensils are suitable for range use. Other types of
utensils may break with sudden temperature
changes. Use only on low or medium heat settings
according to the utensil manufacturer's directions.
30.
DURING COOKING, set the burner control so that
the flame heats only the bottom of the pan and does
not extend beyond the bottom of the pan.
Do not touch the interior surfaces of the oven during
use. After use, make sure these surfaces have had
sufficient time to cool before touching them.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (cont’d)
31.
USE CAUTION to ensure that drafts like those from
forced air vents or fans do not blow flammable
materials toward the flames or push the flames so
that they extend beyond the edges of the pot.
32.
TO MINIMIZE ACCIDENTS, position handles of
utensils inward so that they do not extend over
adjacent work areas, cooking areas or the edge of
the range.
33.
HOLD THE HANDLE of the pan to prevent
movement of the utensil when stirring food.
34.
DO NOT USE the BBQ grill top section for grilling
excessively fatty meats or products that promote
flare-ups.
35.
GREASE IS FLAMMABLE. Let hot grease cool
before attempting to handle it. Avoid letting grease
deposits to collect. Clean after each use.
36.
KEEP BURNER PORTS CLEAN. This is essential
for proper lighting and maintenance of the burners.
It is necessary to clean the burner ports when there
is a boil over or when the burner does not light
though the electronic igniters click.
37.
CLEAN THE RANGE-TOP SECTION WITH
CAUTION. Avoid steam burns; do not use a wet
sponge or cloth to clean the range while it is hot.
Some cleaners produce noxious fumes if applied to
a hot surface. Follow directions• provided by the
cleaner manufacturer.
38.
BE SURE ALL RANGE CONTROLS ARE TURNED
OFF and the range is cool before using any type of
aerosol cleaner on or around the range. The
chemical that produces the spraying action could, in
the presence of heat, ignite or cause metal parts to
corrode. Only an authorized service technician
should perform Service. Technicians must
disconnect the power supply before servicing this
unit.
39.
CLEAN THE VENTILATION HOOD and filters
above the range frequently so grease deposits from
cooking vapors do not accumulate on them.
40.
IN CASE OF FIRE or when intentionally using
"flaming" liquor or other spirits on the range, follow
hood manufacturer's instructions.
41.
Light lenses must always be in place when the oven
is in use to protect the light bulbs from breakage.
42.
Oven racks are to be positioned when the oven is
cool to prevent burns. If racks require repositioning
when the oven is in use, a dry pot holder is to be
used.
43.
Do not heat unopened food containers (baby food
jars, and cans). Pressure can build up and may
cause the container to burst and cause injury.
44.
Do not store combustible, flammable, or explosive
materials in the oven or in adjacent cabinets.
45.
Use caution when opening the oven door to prevent
burns from escaping hot air or steam. Opening the
door slowly will allow hot air and steam to escape.
46.
Use caution when adding liquids to food or
containers in a hot oven. Steam can cause serious
burns or scalding.
47.
Never use the appliance for Warming or Heating the
room.
48.
Do not obstruct any venting areas or slots. The unit
must be installed in manner which will keep the area
below the door unobstructed to allow free air flow.
49.
Only clean parts as listed in the Use and Care
Manual.
50.
Do not clean the oven door gaskets. The door
gaskets are essential for a good seal of the oven.
Care is to be taken during cleaning to prevent
rubbing, damaging, or moving the gasket from its
installed position.
51.
Prior to self-cleaning the range, remove broiler
pans, pots, other utensils and wipe up excess
spillage.
52.
INSTALL A SMOKE DETECTOR in or near the
kitchen.
COB / CSB DUAL FUEL RANGE MODELS
36” DUAL FUEL MODELS
30” DUAL FUEL MODELS
CSB304 – Sealed Burner
COB304 – Open Burner
CSB366 – Sealed Burner
COB366 – Open Burner
48” DUAL FUEL MODELS
CSB362G2 – Sealed Burner
COB362G2 – Open Burner
60” DUAL FUEL MODELS
CSB488 – Sealed Burner
COB488 – Open Burner
CSB484BG – Sealed Burner
COB484BG – Open Burner
CSB604GB2 – Sealed Burner
COB604GB2 – Open Burner
CSB484G2 – Sealed Burner
COB484G2 – Open Burner
CSB484G2 – Sealed Burner
COB484G2 – Open Burner
CSB604BB2 – Sealed Burner
COB604BB2 – Open Burner
CSB484BB – Sealed Burner
COB484BB – Open Burner
CSB604B4 – Sealed Burner
COB604B4 – Open Burner
CSB484GG – Sealed Burner
COB484GG – Open Burner
CSB482BG2 – Sealed Burner
COB482BG2 – Open Burner
CSB362B2 – Sealed Burner
COB362B2 – Open Burner
CSB604GG2 – Sealed Burner
COB604GG2 – Open Burner
CSB604G4 – Sealed Burner
COB604G4 – Open Burner
CONTROL PANEL FUNCTIONS
30”, 36” RANGE OVEN CONTROLS
48”, 60” RANGE OVEN CONTROLS
CANCEL (LEFT / RIGHT) Button:
Turns off current cooking mode with a single press. It is also used to lock and unlock the control panel
when desired. Dual Oven Ranges (48” and 60”) have a LEFT CANCEL and RIGHT CANCEL button,
which will cancel the specified oven function.
CONVECTION Button:
Turns the Convection Fan On or Off when cooking for convection modes. Convection will not function
during Pre-Heat and Perfect Convection during which the fan is always On, or during Self-Clean, during
which the fan is disabled. This button is lit when ON.
ROTISSERIE Button:
Turns the Rotisserie motor On and Off. This button is lit when ON. (Only provided on the primary oven)
MOIST Button:
Turns the Moist function On and Off during cooking modes. This button is lit when ON. (Only provided on
the primary oven)
PROBE Button:
CLOCK button:
Press to set the Meat Probe function which monitors the internal food temperature and will turn the oven
off when the food is done. The Icon will only light when PROBE is selected.
Press to set the Time of Day clock
START Button:
Starts selected Mode, Timer or Temperature Adjustment
LIGHT Button:
Turns the oven lights ON and OFF (turns lights in both ovens of a double oven range ON or OFF when
pressed)
TIMER 1 / 2 Buttons:
Selects Timer 1 or 2. Also used to display Timer 1 or 2 if a timer is active and a separate function is
being displayed.
Press to set the Delay Cook function. When set the oven will turn on at a later set time
DELAY COOK Button:
TIMED COOK Button:
Press to set the Timed Cook function. When set the selected oven will turn OFF after a set amount of
time
MODE Dial:
This Dial is pressed to activate the Mode selection function and rotated to cycle through the modes
TIME/TEMP Dial:
This Dial is pressed to activate the Temperature adjustment function when a cooking mode is active and
rotated clockwise to increase the temperature or time setting or counter clockwise to decrease the
temperature or time setting.
LEFT & RIGHT OVEN Button:
The LEFT and RIGHT buttons are used to select an oven to set, adjust, or check. The LEFT or RIGHT
button will be lit when the oven is selected (Only on 48” or 60” Ranges)
TIME Display:
Displays the Time of Day
TEMPERATURE Display:
The TEMPERATURE DISPLAY will show the oven set temperature. 48” and 60” ranges have a LEFT
and RIGHT Temperature Display to show each ovens set temperature
RANGE TOP LEGEND
Note: These components are common for all
sizes.
MOIST WATER SYSTEM RESERVOIR
1. Moist Water Reservoir (Always Located at
Right Rear)
2. Moist Reservoir Cover
3. Moist Cover Retaining Chain
RANGE TOP COMPONENTS
4. Grate
5. Burner Cap
6. Burner Spill Ring (Sealed Burner Only)
7. Burner Ignition Electrode and Flame
Sensor
2
3
1
7
4
5
1
1
5
6
7
4
OPEN BURNER
SEALED BURNER
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RANGE FEATURE LEGEND
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
Mode Icons
Range Top Grates
Mode Dial / Button
Clock and
Temperature /
Function Display
Door Latch
Time / Temperature
Adjustment Dial /
Button
Broil Element (Under
Glass)
Range Top Burner
Knob
Temperature Sensor
Control Panel Buttons
Door Gasket (Upper)
Spill Tray Handle (not
all models)
Rotisserie Fork
Meat Probe Socket
Rotisserie Rod
Bracket (Primary oven
only)
Meat Probe
Oven Light
Convection Baffle
Evaporation Tray
Rotisserie Spit Rod
Bake Elements under
Glass
Rotisserie Motor
Hinge Receptacle
Moist Water Orifice
Oven Heat Vent
Door Gasket (Lower)
Kick Plate
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RANGE FEATURES DEFINED
1.
Mode Icons:
A light above the selected Mode will illuminate to show which oven mode is being used. All lights (except PROBE)
will light up when Mode selection is started. A single mode will be highlighted when the Mode Selector Dial is rotated
and Mode is selected.
2.
Range Top Grates
Professional style heavy duty porcelain coated cast iron grates are easy to clean and securely hold all sizes of pots
and pans to provide a stable cooking surface.
3.
Mode Dial / Button
On a 30” or 36” Range the Mode Dial / Button will begin Mode selection when pressed once. Rotate the dial to toggle
between modes. 48” and 60” Ranges require either the RIGHT or LEFT oven to be selected by pressing the desired
button, prior to using the Mode dial to select a Mode.
4.
Clock and Temperature / Function Display
Displays the Time of Day when the oven or Timers are not in use. A single oven will display the set temperature on
the right side of the Time. A 48” or 60” Range will display RIGHT Oven Temperature on the RIGHT and LEFT Oven
Temperature on the LEFT of the Time display. Other oven status icons will also be displayed in this area during oven
use.
5.
Door Latch
The Door Latch locks the door during the Self Clean cycle for safety.
6.
Time / Temperature Adjustment Dial / Button
The Time / Temperature Adjustment Dial / Button will allow adjustment of the set temperature, time of day, or timer
settings when rotated. The temperature adjustment mode can be entered by pressing the dial while the oven is in
operation (except for Self-Clean) then rotating to change the temperature.
7.
Broil Element
A high intensity dual ribbon broiler is located under glass at the top of the oven.
8.
Range Top Burner Knob
Heavy Duty Cast Chrome Plate knobs with Stay Cool inserts for easy comfortable adjustment of the burner flames
from High to Simmer
9.
Temperature Sensor
The temperature sensor reads the oven temperature
10. Control Panel Buttons
The Control Panel is a smooth glass panel with button areas indicated by ovals. The button functions are activated
by a light touch. The CONVECTION, ROTISSERIE, and MOIST buttons will illuminate when these functions are
active.
11. Door Gasket (Upper)
The Door Gasket is used to retain heat within the oven
12. Spill Tray Handle
Open Burners, Griddles, and BBQ Burners have an easy slide spill tray on roller bearings for access to the spill pans
for cleaning. Sealed burners have a non-movable section.
13. Rotisserie Fork
Two Rotisserie Forks are provided with the range and are used to secure food to the Rotisserie Spit Rod during
cooking.
14. Meat Probe Socket
Located above the top rack in the upper right front of the oven (Primary Oven) and upper left front in a secondary
oven. This socket is where the meat probe is plugged in. The meat probe constantly measures the temperature of
large meat or poultry dishes and changes the oven Mode setting into Hold when the food is cooked.
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RANGE FEATURES DEFINED (continued)
15. Rotisserie Spit Rod
The Rotisserie Spit Rod is used in combination with the Rotisserie Forks to hold food when cooking in Rotisserie
mode.
16. Meat Probe
The Meat Probe plugs into the Meat Probe Socket in the wall of the oven and into the food being cooked. The Meat
Probe can then be set to the desired food temperature for cooking.
17. Oven Light
Two high intensity lights are provided inside each oven and are located to give maximum illumination throughout the
cooking area.
18. Convection Baffle
The convection baffle is mounted to the back of the oven and covers a concealed heating element. The baffle is
designed to evenly distribute heated air inside the oven.
19. Evaporation Tray
Used when the Moist cooking feature is active, the Evaporation Tray is a stainless steel tray mounted inside the
oven below the convection baffle. Water from the reservoir is injected into the tray during cooking for quick
evaporation resulting in moister, juicier foods.
20. Rotisserie Spit Rod
The Rotisserie Spit Rod is a heavy duty stainless steel rod used to hold foods for Rotisserie cooking.
21. Bake Elements (Under Glass)
Dual Bake Elements are located under black Ceran glass for even heating and easy cleaning.
22. Rotisserie Motor
The rotisserie motor is located in the right rear of the Primary oven. The square pointed end of the Rotisserie Spit
Rod is placed into the receptacle and the opposite end is secured in the front bracket for delicious rotisserie cooking.
23. Hinge Receptacle
The hinge receptacles hold the oven doors in place.
24. Moist Water Orifice
Located behind the Evaporation Tray, the Moist Water Orifice controls the amount of water released by the system
and should not be removed.
25. Oven Heat Vent
Cool air circulates through the oven door to keep it cool during cooking and hot air is exhausted through the Oven
Heat Vent at the bottom of the oven. CAUTION: Do not block or bend this area when the oven is in use or during
installation.
26. Door Gasket (Lower)
The Door Gasket is used to retain heat within the oven
27. EZ-Glide Roller Rack (not pictured)
Three EZ-Glide oven racks are provided with each oven. Rollers on each rack provide smooth movement when
cooking or checking food. The rollers are on hinged brackets making it easy to insert and remove the racks from the
oven. The EZ-Glide rack design allows the full width of the oven to be used when cooking.
28. Serial Number Label (not pictured)
Located behind the Primary Oven door on the Stainless steel front panel, the Serial Number Label lists the model
and serial number. The Serial Numbers is required for any service or warranty calls.
29. Water Reservoir Access (see diagram on page 9)
Provides access to the removable water reservoir for use with the Moist cooking mode to fill, empty and clean
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USING YOUR RANGE
INITIAL OVEN SETUP
CLOCK
When powered up and prior to pressing any buttons the clock will flash 12:00 and will increase each minute.
To set the oven clock press the CLOCK button on the control panel once.
The clock will blink indicating it is ready to be set and the AM or PM icon will be displayed.
Set the correct time by rotating the TEMP/TIME knob on the right side of the control panel clockwise to increase the time
and counter clockwise to decrease the time.
Once the present time has been selected, press the START button to set the time.
A 12 hour clock display is the default but may be changed.
If a 24 hour military type clock display is desired, press and hold the CLOCK button for 6 seconds. “12 hr” or “24 hr” will be
displayed and can be toggled by pressing the TIME/TEMP knob. Press START to select the desired display type.
Note: AM or PM will only be displayed when using the standard 12 hour clock display
FAHRENHEIT OR CELSIUS TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
Temperature is displayed in Fahrenheit as a default but may be changed to Celsius if desired.
To change the temperature readout to degrees Celsius select the BROIL mode and set it to HIGH.
Start the mode and press and hold the TIME/TEMP button for 6 seconds. “F” (Fahrenheit) will be displayed as the current
mode as a factory default. It can be toggled to “C” (Celsius) by pressing the TEMP/TIME knob. Press START to select the
desired mode.
CONTROL BEEPER
An audio beeper is used to indicate presses of the control, indicate alarm expiration, end of cycles, etc.
The beeper may be disabled if desired.
To disable the beeper, press and hold the DELAY COOK button for 6 seconds. “On” or “Off” will be displayed (On is the
default). The state of the beeper can be toggled by pressing the TEMP/TIME knob.
Press START to select.
OVEN LIGHTS
Oven lights may be turned On and Off by pressing the LIGHT button on the control panel.
If your model has two (2) ovens (48” or 60” ranges) pressing the LIGHT button will turn the lights for BOTH the Right and
Left ovens On and Off.
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OVEN HEATING MODES DEFINED
Your Oven features cooking modes for practically all forms of home cooking.
PRE-HEAT
Most recipes call for an oven to be heated to a particular temperature before you start cooking. This heating of the oven is the
Pre-Heat mode and uses high intensity heat from the top, bottom, and rear of the oven to quickly and evenly heat the oven.
The Convection Fan is also used during Pre-Heat to rapidly distribute the heat throughout the oven. The same heating is used
for Rapid Recovery when the oven temperature is reduced by over 100° F from the oven setting.
NOTE: Due the high intensity heat generated during Pre-Heat, food should NOT be placed in the oven until the oven indicated
Pre-Heat is complete. This will be indicated by the PRE icon turning off and a beep tone by the oven to indicate the
set temperature has been achieved.
NOTE:
For Best Results - If cooking delicate items or recipes that cook in less than ½ hour, it is recommended the oven be
allowed to heat for an additional 15 minutes or more. When the Range control signals the end of the pre-heat cycle
the air in the oven has been heated to the set temperature but each oven is made of 60-100 lbs. of steel and glass
and will require the additional time to allow even heating at the set temperature. No additional time is required when
cooking large items that take 45 minutes or more to cook.
BAKE
The most traditional type of oven heating, Bake heats across the entire bottom of the oven.
DELICATE BAKE
Delicate Bake is very similar to Bake and also heats from the oven bottom but Delicate Bake generates most heat around the
outer edge of the oven bottom. Perimeter heating helps prevent scorching of delicate items that can occur when using the
more intense standard Bake.
BROIL
Broil uses the top element which rapidly generates searing heat desired for cooking steaks, chops, some fish, and for toasting
breads. Carefully select the distance from the Broiler glass to prevent overcooking or burning foods.
PERFECT CONVECTION
Perfect Convection uses no direct heat but heats the air being moved around the oven with a concealed Convection Element
behind the Convection Baffle. This is a good general cooking mode and also used for multi rack cooking since it cooks food
indirectly by heating and moving the air in the oven preventing hot spots.
CONVECTION COOKING
All cooking modes can also be Convection Cooking modes by activating the CONVECTION button which turns on the
Convection Fan. This will circulate the heated air throughout the oven and more evenly distribute heat. Some traditional dishes
that desire a bottom crust should not use the Convection option to allow the bottom heat to create the crust.
NOTE:
Convection cooking reduces cook times by 10% and reduces the cooking temperature by approximately 25
degrees.
ROAST
Roast uses both top and bottom heat to improve searing of large meat and poultry items. More heat is generated at the bottom
of the oven when roasting due to the common use of heavy roasting pans.
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OVEN HEATING MODES DEFINED (continued)
SELF CLEAN
Self Clean is a special heating function that raises the oven temperature to levels that will burn most food byproducts to ash. It
is a 3 hour heating cycle but due to the extreme heat generated, the oven door is automatically locked when the cycle is
started.
Daily oven cleaning can be accomplished with mild detergent and water with a non-abrasive sponge but a Self Clean cycle
performed once or twice a year or after particularly high splatter cooking will eliminate unseen build up within the oven and
reduce the generation of smoke during cooking.
HOLD
The HOLD function is automatic and is entered when a Timed Cook or Meat Probe function has been completed.
HOLD will reduce the oven temperature setting to 150° F using the perimeter Bake heating element to sustain the temperature
while reducing the concentration of heat.
The HOLD mode is timed for 2 hours.
NOTE:
Food should not remain in the oven after the HOLD function has ended. Food safe temperature has been
established at 140° F below which bacteria will grow.
OVEN USE (Before Cooking)
WARNING:
Do not line the oven bottom with foil or cover it with any material. Your oven has been manufactured for easy
cleaning of spills and soiling. Lining with foil or covering will negatively affect the cooking performance of your
oven and may cause fire hazards.
WARNING:
Position oven racks when the oven is cool. If the oven is hot and racks must be repositioned, always use clean,
dry pot holders to prevent steam burns.
WARNING:
To prevent unnecessary odors, always clean large spills or food particles from the oven prior to heating.
PREPARATION
Before you start cooking, prepare the following:
MANAGE YOUR TIME: Check timing for preparation and cooking of all dishes prior to starting for good meal planning.
PREPARE: Have your foods, ingredients, spices, etc, ready and all required tools handy (oven mitts, tongs, spoons,
basting brushes, etc.)
KNOWLEDGE: Know your recipe and have it handy for reference. Know your set temperature, approximate cooking time
(and food weight if time is weight based), internal doneness temperature.
BE READY: Prepare an area for hot foods out of the oven. Good preparation can prevent injury, damage, or other
mishaps.
POSITIONING OVEN RACKS
Your oven comes with Capital Roller Racks which effortlessly move in and out of the oven on bearing rollers.
To completely remove a rack from the oven, before the oven is hot, grasp the rack on both the right and left sides and lift
the rack up while allowing the roller brackets to rotate downward.
This will release the rack from the retaining grooves in the oven side wall.
To insert a rack, determine the desired rack position and, with the roller brackets facing down, place the rack into the oven
at the desired height.
Rotate the roller brackets up towards the walls of the oven while positioning the wheels within the desired positioning
grooves.
Make sure all four rollers are seated within the grooves for a secure rack position.
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SETTING THE OVEN
Know which oven mode is to be used and the temperature setting.
DOUBLE:
If setting a Double Oven either the RIGHT or LEFT oven must be selected by pressing one of the control
panel buttons.
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The selected oven button will be indicated by a small light in the center of the button.
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Each oven must be set separately and can use independent modes.
o
If SELF CLEAN is used in either oven, the other oven will not be functional until the SELF CLEAN cycle is
complete.
Press the MODE dial to start MODE selection.
All MODE icons will illuminate.
Rotate the MODE dial to toggle between modes.
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Modes will change from top to bottom when the dial is turned clockwise and bottom to top when turned
counterclockwise.
When the desired mode is highlighted, check the set temperature next to the Time of Day display.
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Different modes will display different default temperatures based on typical recipe settings.
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If the temperature needs to be adjusted, use the TIME/TEMPERATURE dial to adjust up or down.
When the mode and temperature have been correctly selected, press the START button to begin.
NOTE:
If START is not pressed within 10 seconds, the selected mode and temperature will be cancelled and the
display will return to Time of Day or the active functions of the opposite oven of a double oven.
WHILE THE OVEN IS RUNNING
When a cooking mode is started the PRE icon will appear in the clock display. This indicates the oven is Pre-Heating.
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BROIL mode does not use a Pre-Heat cycle.
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The displayed temperature will increase until the set temperature is reached.
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When the set temperature is reached the oven will sound a beep tone and the PRE icon will turn off.
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Once the set temperature has been reached it will be displayed continuously.
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DOUBLE: To view the opposite oven status of a double oven when both are being used, press the RIGHT or
LEFT buttons to toggle the display.
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The convection fan automatically turns on in Pre-Heat and off when the oven reaches temperature (unless a
Convection mode is selected).
While the oven is in use an ON icon will turn on and off or flash.
o
Once heated your oven will cycle the heating elements only as required to maintain the set temperature of the
oven.
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When the ON icon is on, the heating elements are turned on and when it is not visible the heating elements are
off.
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When the ON icon is flashing the heaters are about to turn on or off.
The oven uses a cooling fan to keep the oven cool.
o
The cooling fan turns on automatically when the oven inside temperature reaches 300° F and turns off when the
oven cools to 200° F.
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BROIL and SELF CLEAN modes turn the cooling fan on immediately upon starting the mode.
Keep the door closed as often as possible to maintain a uniform temperature in the oven. The oven was designed to
operate in all modes (including BROIL) with the door completely closed.
IMPORTANT:
If the oven door is left open for a period of time while cooking or the temperature setting is
increased by 150° or more, the oven will go into a rapid recovery mode. This is the same heating
as PRE HEAT and uses intense heat from the BROIL, BAKE, and CONVECTION Elements as
well as the Convection Fan to heat the oven quickly. This can cause foods to burn.
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TURNING THE OVEN OFF
To cancel a cooking mode and turn the oven Off use the CANCEL button.
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DOUBLE: The LEFT CANCEL button will cancel only the LEFT oven functions. The RIGHT CANCEL button will
only cancel the RIGHT oven functions.
The CANCEL button will not turn off the oven lights. Use the LIGHT button.
SECURING THE OVEN CONTROL
The oven control can be locked into a Secure mode to prevent accidentally turning the oven by children or when cleaning.
The Secure mode will disable all buttons and switches except the CANCEL buttons.
To Secure the oven control, press and hold the CANCEL button (either button on a double oven) for 5 seconds.
The oven control will beep and the display will show OFF in the temperature readout areas of the display.
To unlock the oven control, press and hold the CANCEL button (either button on a double oven) for 5 seconds.
The oven control will beep and the display will no longer show OFF.
The oven control is unlocked and ready for use.
ADJUSTING THE OVEN MODE AND/OR TEMPERATURE
If the temperature must be adjusted in the current mode press the TIME/TEMP dial/button once. This will enter the
TEMPERATURE adjustment mode.
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48” or 60” Ranges: For a double oven range, select the desired oven first by pressing either the RIGHT OVEN
or LEFT OVEN buttons. Each oven temperature must be adjusted separately.
Rotate the TIME/TEMPERATURE dial to select the desired temperature.
Press START to set the new temperature.
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NOTE:
If START is not pressed within 10 seconds, the previously set temperature will remain the
current setting and the mode will continue unchanged.
If the Cooking Mode must be changed while the oven is ON the mode must be Cancelled and a new mode selected.
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48” or 60” Ranges: The left side CANCEL button will cancel only the LEFT oven functions. The right side
CANCEL button will only cancel the RIGHT oven functions.
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SETTING TIMERS
The Timers are timers only and do not affect oven functions.
Your oven has two independent countdown timers: TIMER 1 and TIMER 2.
The Timers may each be set from 5 seconds to 11 hours 50 minutes.
To set, press either TIMER 1 or TIMER 2 buttons (they each have the same functions).
Rotate the TIMER/TEMP dial clockwise to increase the timer setting.
Press the START button to begin the timer countdown.
NOTE:
If START is not pressed within 10 seconds, the timer will be cancelled.
If a timer is running you may change the timer value by pressing the TIMER 1 or 2 button (depending on which is to be
changed), and rotating the TIME/TEMP dial to the desired time and pressing START.
NOTE:
If START is not pressed within 10 seconds, the timer will revert to the previously running timer.
To cancel a timer, press the TIMER key twice and the setting will change to 0:00 and will revert to the standard display
after 10 seconds.
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Alternately you may press and hold the TIMER button for 3 seconds and the timer will be cancelled.
If the timer setting or remaining time is more than 1 hour, a HR icon will be displayed and the time will be in hours and
minutes. If the setting or remaining time is less than 1 hour the HR icon will be off and the time will be in minutes and
seconds.
TURNING LIGHTS ON AND OFF
The oven lights may be turned on and off as desired to better view cooking food.
Press the LIGHT button to turn the lights on or off.
Both the RIGHT and LEFT oven lights will turn on when the light switch is actuated on a double oven.
Oven lights DO NOT operate during Self Clean.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
SELF CLEAN
WARNING:
Remove all racks, cooking vessels, utensils, meat probe and all other items from the oven prior to
cleaning.
IMPORTANT:
Clean excess spillage, grease and other cooking byproducts from the oven prior to Self Cleaning.
WARNING:
Do not line the oven with aluminum foil or other materials. They may melt, burn or cause
permanent damage to the oven.
WARNING:
Do not touch the outer surfaces of the oven during the Self-Clean cycle as the oven may be hot.
WARNING:
The oven door is automatically locked during the Self Clean cycle. Do not try and open or force
the door open. Damage to the oven may occur.
NOTE:
Some smoke and odors are normally present during the Self Clean cycle as the food residue
burns off.
NOTE:
Some noise may occur during the cleaning cycle and when the oven is cooling after the cycle
ends. Metallic clicking and popping sounds are normal and are caused by the heat expanding or
contracting the metal of the oven.
Self Clean uses high temperature to burn off most food residue in the oven. After self clean is complete the oven can be
wiped down with moist sponge after cooling to remove the ashen residue.
The Self Clean function runs for 3 hours and takes approximately an additional 1 to 2 hours to cool down.
The oven door automatically locks when the Self Clean function is started and will unlock automatically when the oven
cools to less than 500° F and the cooling fan is On during the entire Self Clean cycle and will continue to run until the oven
door lock is cool.
To use SELF CLEAN :
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Follow all listed WARNINGS
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For a 48” or 60” range select the oven to clean or for a 30” or 36” range, press the MODE dial and rotate to
select SELF CLEAN.
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Press START. The door latch will lock the door and a LOCK icon will be displayed on the control. The PRE icon
and ON icon will be displayed on the control to indicate the oven is heating. PRE will be displayed for
approximately 45 minutes. This rapidly heats up the oven to SELF CLEAN temperatures.
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The ON icon will display when the heaters are on to maintain Self Clean temperatures.
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The control will display a countdown of 3 hours in the clock section.
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When the Self Clean cycle is complete the Time of Day will be displayed and the LOCK icon will remain on until
the oven is cool enough for the door to unlock (approximately 525° F).
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When the oven is cool the interior may be wiped down with a damp cloth or sponge and mild detergent to
remove ash residue.
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If solids remain stuck to the oven bottom glass, they may be removed by lightly scraping with a flat razor blade
(Use Caution when using a razor to prevent injury).
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
CONVECTION (Standard on All Dual Fuel Range Ovens)
The CONVECTION button turns the oven Convection Fan on during a cooking mode providing an additional four modes
of cooking.
CONVECTION used in combination with BAKE, DELICATE, BAKE, BROIL, or ROAST uses the same heat sources as
the standard set mode but evenly moves the heated air throughout the oven.
When cooking is complete and a mode is cancelled, the CONVECTION fan will automatically turn off.
To use CONVECTION:
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After an oven is pre-heated, select the oven on a double oven by pressing either RIGHT or LEFT.
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Press the CONVECTION button.
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The button will illuminate and the Convection Fan will turn on.
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The Convection Fan may be turned off at any time by selecting the desired oven and re-pressing the
CONVECTION button. The button light and fan will turn off.
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The Convection Fan will also turn off when an oven cooking mode is cancelled.
NOTE:
The Convection Fan automatically turns ON during PRE HEAT and OFF at the end of PRE HEAT
unless otherwise selected.
NOTE:
CONVECTION is not selectable during SELF CLEAN.
IMPORTANT:
If the oven door is left open for a period of time while cooking or the temperature setting is
increased by 150° or more, the oven will go into a rapid recovery mode. This is the same heating
as PRE HEAT and uses intense heat from the BROIL, BAKE, and CONVECTION Elements as
well as the Convection Fan to heat the oven quickly. This may cause foods to burn.
ROTISSERIE (30” or 36” Oven or PRIMARY Oven only on 48” or 60”)
WARNING:
Do not place food or the drip pan in the oven until the Pre-Heat cycle is complete! The Pre-Heat
cycle generates intense heat from the bottom, top and rear of the oven and will burn food and may
cause damage to any items placed on the oven bottom or the oven itself.
WARNING:
Never attempt to use the MEAT PROBE with the ROTISSERIE. Always turn the ROTISSERIE
motor OFF when checking the food temperature with and instant read thermometer.
IMPORTANT:
Always check food clearances to the oven walls and drip pan prior to heating the oven Make
adjustments to food position or the drip pan prior to turning on the BROILER.
To check clearances, place the food on the Rotisserie rod with the forks secured and place in a
cool oven. Turn the Rotisserie motor On and make sure no contact is made with any surfaces.
IMPORTANT:
Always place a drip pan below the food when Rotisserie cooking in your oven. This will catch all
drippings during cooking.
IMPORTANT:
BROIL is the cooking mode for use with ROTISSERIE. DO NOT use BAKE, DELICATE BAKE, or
ROAST since these all use bottom heat and will directly heat the drip pan and not the food.
WARNING:
Periodically check the food on the Rotisserie to make sure it does not contact oven walls or the
drip pan. Food may become loose during cooking and may require re-positioning of the Rotisserie
forks or securing the food with cooking string.
ROTISSERIE cooking uses the BROIL mode in combination with the ROTISSERIE motor.
The ROTISSERIE button turns the Rotisserie motor ON and OFF when Rotisserie cooking. The ROTISSERIE button
illuminates when ON. The ROTISSERIE button can be turned On and Off at any time except when Self Clean is selected.
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This allows the cook to verify the food is securely fastened to the Rotisserie Spit Rod with the Rotisserie Forks
prior to placing in a hot oven.
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This also allows checking of clearances between the food and the top of the oven and the drip pan placed on
the bottom of the oven prior to Pre-Heating.
IMPORTANT:
It is recommended that the BROIL mode be CANCELLED anytime food is being inserted or
removed from the oven when using the ROTISSERIE to prevent burns. The BROIL element heats
rapidly and will have minimal effect upon cooking if turned OFF when inserting or removing food.
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MOIST (30” or 36” Oven or PRIMARY Oven only on 48” or 60”)
The MOIST feature adds a small amount of water to the oven every minute when cooking, resulting in moister cooked foods. Water
is stored in a Water Reservoir behind the door and flows into an Evaporation Tray below the convection baffle inside the oven.
IMPORTANT:
ONLY USE DISTILLED WATER TO FILL THE RESERVOIR. Regular tap water will cause a
buildup of minerals in the orifice of the moist system and may cause clogging.
NOTE:
The Moist feature will not function unless a cooking mode is active and Pre-Heat is complete.
WARNING:
Moist mode should only be used with temperature settings over 250° F. Lower temperatures will
not evaporate the water and water will accumulate in the evaporation tray.
NOTE:
The Moist feature will NOT function in SELF CLEAN or BROIL.
IMPORTANT:
Open the door as few times as possible during MOIST cooking. Frequent opening of the door will
allow the moisture and heat to escape the oven and will prevent the mode from being effective.
IMPORTANT:
Prior to turning the oven on, make sure the Evaporation Tray is installed in the back of the oven.
To use the MOIST feature, first add distilled water to the water reservoir.
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The Moist Water Reservoir is located at the right rear of the range top. The cover of the Moist Reservoir is
attached to the reservoir by a stainless steel chain and can be removed by lifting by the chain or by lifting from
the inner lip of the Reservoir tube.
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The Reservoir can be filled by removing the cover and pouring distilled water into the opening or it can be lifted
and removed, filled, and replaced. The reservoir has a small white valve at the bottom which prevents spilling
when the reservoir is not secured in its slot.
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After filling, replace the reservoir in its slot and make sure it is firmly seated by pressing down slightly. If the
reservoir is not properly seated it will not release water into the oven.
Set the desired cooking mode and temperature and allow the oven to Pre Heat. If selected prior to completion of Preheat
the MOIST feature will not begin to function until the PRE HEAT cycle is complete.
Press the MOIST button to start moist cooking. When activated, the MOIST button will be illuminated and water will be
added to the evaporation tray every minute after Pre-Heat
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Only use the MOIST feature with oven settings above 250° F. If the oven temperature is too low the water will
not evaporate and may drip onto the oven bottom.
The MOIST mode will automatically turn Off when the cooking mode is cancelled or can be manually turned Off at any
time by pressing the MOIST button. When turned Off, the MOIST button light will turn Off.
CLEANING THE EVAPORATION TRAY
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CAUTION! Only clean the Evaporation Tray when the oven is cool!
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The Evaporation Tray is inside the oven located directly below the convection baffle. Lift the Evaporation Tray
up and remove from the oven.
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Use a damp cloth to and mild non-abrasive detergent to wipe out the interior of the container prior to use. Food
particles and grease from cooking may fall into the container and get trapped.
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IMPORTANT! Always remove the evaporation tray from the oven prior to self cleaning. The tray is
manufactured of high quality stainless steel and will discolor if left in the oven during self clean.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
PROBE
PROBE allows the oven to monitor the food temperature as it cooks and stops cooking when the food is done. The Meat Probe is
inserted into the food to monitor the internal temperature. When the food is done, the cooking mode will change to HOLD mode for
two hours.
The PROBE function is used in conjunction with a cooking mode set to the recipe cooking temperature.
WARNING:
The PROBE function cannot be used with BROIL or SELF CLEAN modes to prevent damage to
the Meat Probe.
WARNING:
The PROBE should not be used when cooking at temperatures higher than 450° F.
To use the PROBE function the following steps are to be followed:
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Set rack positions when the oven is cool.
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Set the desired cooking mode and cooking temperature.
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Allow the oven to complete the Pre-Heat cycle.
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Press the PROBE button.
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Set the desired internal temperature of the food to be cooked.
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Insert the sharp end of the Meat Probe into the thickest section of the food (i.e. the center of a roast or the thigh
of a turkey).
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Plug the opposite end of the probe into the Meat Probe Socket.
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The oven will show the internal temperature of the food in the temperature display.
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NOTE:
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When the desired temperature is achieved, the oven will go into HOLD mode, which will lower the oven
temperature setting to 150° F and will remain on for 2 hours.
When the Meat Probe is placed into cold food the temperature will not indicate lower than 95° F.
WARNING:
To maintain food safe conditions, food should be removed from the oven prior to the end of the
HOLD cycle.
IMPORTANT:
To prevent possible damage, do not fully immerse the probe in water when cleaning. When
washing the Meat Probe, use water with a mild detergent and wipe clean the metal skewer
section, body and cord.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
DELAY COOK
Your oven can be set to start cooking at a desired time by presetting a cooking mode, temperature, and setting a start
time in DELAY COOK.
WARNING:
When using DELAY COOK, always maintain food safe habits and be extremely careful of access
to the oven by children or adults who may be injured or cause damage by a live oven.
WARNING:
Do not use DELAY COOK for foods subject to spoiling (dairy products, eggs, uncooked
poultry, etc.
IMPORTANT:
When using DELAY COOK the Pre-Heat cycle is eliminated to prevent food from burning. The
oven will take an additional 20 – 40 minutes to heat to the set temperature. Please take note of
the additional time that may be required to heat the oven when using DELAY COOK.
To use DELAY COOK, first set the oven racks to the desired position while the oven is cool.
For a Double Oven, select the desired cooking oven.
Select and set the cooking mode and cooking temperature.
Press the DELAY COOK button.
Use the TIME/TEMP dial to adjust the desired start time.
DELAY COOK may be used with the MEAT PROBE and TIMED COOK functions if desired. These modes are set
normally as described in this manual.
DELAY COOK may be used with the Self Clean function.
To view the setting, press TIMED COOK (for 48” or 60” Ranges press the active oven, either RIGHT or LEFT then TIMED
COOK)
WARNING:
When using DELAY COOK, with the Self Clean function, make sure to remove all racks, cooking
vessels, utensils, wipe up excess spills and remove large food particles prior to setting the oven.
DELAY COOK cannot be set with the Self Clean function if the oven or one, or both of the ovens of a double oven, is in
use, still hot, or locked.
TIMED COOK
Your oven can be set to end cooking after a set time has passed by using the TIMED COOK function.
To set TIMED COOK a cooking mode must be active (or set with DELAY COOK).
Press the TIMED COOK button to enter the duration time screen.
Use the TIME/TEMP dial to set the duration in minutes, or hours and minutes.
Press START to activate the TIMED COOK function.
To view the setting, press TIMED COOK (for a 48” or 60” Range press the active oven, either RIGHT or LEFT then
TIMED COOK)
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At the end of a TIMED COOK mode, the oven will change from the cooking mode to HOLD mode.
HOLD mode will lower the oven temperature setting to 150° F and will remain on for 2 hours.
SABBATH MODE
Sabbath mode will turn off beepers, disable oven lights, will maintain constant readouts of “SAb” in the temperature readout zone,
and will allow oven temperature to be changed without changing displays, disables oven lights.
SABBATH can be selected for the following cooking modes;
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BAKE, DELICATE BAKE, ROAST, and PERFECT CONVECTION.
To enter into SABBATH mode, select an oven (for a double oven) and start the desired mode and temperature.
After PRE HEAT is complete, press and hold the START button for 4-5 seconds. The oven will beep while the START
button is being held.
The oven control will tone and “SAb” will be displayed in the temperature area of the control for the selected oven.
Oven temperature can be changed in SABBATH mode but with no display change.
o
To change oven set temperature, select the desired oven by pressing the RIGHT or LEFT BUTTON.
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Press and rotate the temperature dial, clockwise to increase and counterclockwise to decrease temperature.
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The temperature can only be adjusted within the normal limits of the oven (135° F to 550° F)
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Temperature changes will be implemented by the control within a random time of 15 – 30 seconds.
When in Sabbath mode the oven will remain ON in the set mode until turned OFF.
The CANCEL or turn Off SABBATH mode, press the CANCEL button for the desired oven.
NOTE:
SABBATH must be reset for each use after cancelling.
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TIPS
General
Always center your cookware within the oven from front to back and side to side to ensure even heating.
Darker containers will absorb more heat and will provide a darker or crisper crust while lighter pans and vessels will reflect
more heat and provide a more uniform heat.
Use low sided or flat cooking vessels, such as cookie sheets, when cooking with convection and even heat is desired
around the food. This will allow the heated air moving within the oven to envelope the food and provide even heating. High
sided vessels will restrict the heated air flow and may affect even cooking.
When cooking large roasts or poultry, it is recommended to use a V-rack within a roasting pan. This allows even heating
of the food and catches the drippings for flavor. Follow the recommendations of recipes or cookbooks for specific types of
recommended cookware.
Open the oven door only when required! Opening the door allows heat to escape and requires the oven to recover which
can affect cooking. Check food by using the oven light and viewing through the door glass whenever possible.
Never use a cooking vessel that completely cover the oven from side to side and front to back. There must be room for
heat to circulate within the oven to allow even cooking.
Food continues to cook even after removing from the oven. To prevent overcooking, remove the food when the internal
temperature is slightly below the desired temperature. Allow the food to rest and monitor temperature for doneness.
If a recipe, such as frozen pizza, requires food be placed in a cold oven, use DELAY COOK, set for a short delay, to
eliminate PRE HEAT.
Broiling
Always broil with the oven door completely closed.
Check your rack position with the food on the broil pan when the oven is cold. If the food is too close to the broiler it may
burn. The broiler rapidly produces intense heat!
Rotisserie Cooking
Always check clearances prior to heating the oven!
Always spend the extra time required to balance the food on the rotisserie spit. Try and roll the spit in your hands prior to
placing in the oven. If it is unbalanced, reposition the forks until it rolls well. An unbalanced load can cook unevenly, and
cause the food to come loose during cooking, etc.
Rotisserie cooking is a slow cooking process. Lower the temperature of the BROILER setting and periodically check
doneness with a meat thermometer when the rotisserie is stopped.
Foods selected for ROTISSERIE cooking in the oven should be sized so they are not too close to the BROIL glass when
secured. If it is too close the outside will over cook prior to the inside being cooked.
Multi Rack Cooking
If cooking on multiple racks the PERFECT CONVECTION mode is recommended. All other modes will provide less even
heat on the various levels of cooking.
When multi-rack cooking, leave as much room around each cooking vessel as possible to allow the heated air to flow as
evenly as possible throughout the oven and around the food.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
WARNING:
Do not touch the interior surfaces of the oven during use. After use, make sure these surfaces have had
sufficient time to cool before touching them.
WARNING:
Do not clean the oven door gaskets. The door gaskets are essential for a good seal of the oven. Care is to be
taken during cleaning to prevent rubbing, damaging, or moving the gasket from its installed position.
MEAT PROBE:
Clean the meat probe by lightly scrubbing the skewer, cord, and plug housing with mild detergent and water after each
use.
Do not fully immerse the meat probe. Lightly wipe the plug end with a moist cloth and dry after cleaning.
The Meat Probe is NOT to be used when BROILING. BROIL temperatures exceed the maximum temperatures of the
probe. Use an instant read thermometer to check food temperatures when BROILING.
MEAT PROBE SOCKET:
Wipe the area around the meat probe socket according to the table below.
Prevent water from directly entering the socket.
Remove food or cleaning products that may enter the opening of the socket with a toothpick or other non-metallic
implement.
ROTISSERIE MOTOR SOCKET:
Wipe the area around the rotisserie motor socket according to the table below.
Remove any food that may be stuck to the socket.
ROTISSERIE SPIT ROD AND FORKS:
WARNING: Use caution when cleaning the spit rod and forks. They are sharp and can cause injury!
Wash the rotisserie spit rod and forks with mild detergent and/or mild abrasive.
To prevent sticking, remove and cleaning the threaded fasteners on the forks and clean separately, then replace after
cleaning.
Rotisserie forks are dishwasher safe.
BROIL PAN:
Wash the broil pan and cover with mild detergent and/or mild abrasive after each use.
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USING THE RANGETOP BURNERS
CAPITAL RANGE TOP BURNERS
Your new gas range is equipped with the latest in burner technology and is configured with either the Capital Open
Burne r system or the Capital Sealed Burn er system . Both system s are the m ost powerful standard burners of
their kind on th e m arket today.
CAPITAL OPEN BURNERS
CAPITAL SEALED BURNERS
All Open Burner ranges are equipped with one small pan
burner at the back left position on the range top and all
others rated at 23.000 BTU (20,000 BTU for LP)
When using the simmer feature, turn the main burner knob
down to the simmer position.
Sealed Burner ranges are equipped with the high BTU
burner at all positions.
When using the simmer feature, turn the main burner knob
down to the simmer position.
ELECTRONIC IGNITERS
All the range-top burners have electronic spark ignition. If a burner does not immediately ignite TURN OFF THE
BURNER. Check the circuit breaker for a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker. Wait 5 min utes before attempting to
reignite. If the igniter still fails see the TROUBLE SHOOTING section of this manual.
PROPER FLAME HEIGHT
The correct height of the flame mainly depends on the size of the bottom of the cooking utensil. F oll owi ng are s om e basic rul es f or
s el ect in g flame height.
For safety reasons, the flame must never extend beyond the bottom of the cooking utensil. Never allow flames to curl up the sides of
the pan.
Utensils which conduct heat slowly (such as glass-ceramic) should be used with medium to low flames. If you are cooking with a large pot, a
larger flame can be used.
NOTE: If you are using propane gas, a slight pop flash may occur at the burner ports shortly after the burner has been turned “off”. This “extinction
pop” is normal for propane gas
BURNER EFFICIENCY AND FLAME CHARACTERISTICS
It is necessary to keep the burner ports and the igniters clean for good ignition and efficient performance of the range top burners.
The burner flame is the cone of flame touching the burner. The flames should burn all around the burner without excessive noise or
lifting. The flame should be blue in color and stable without yellow tips.
For Open Burners, some orange present in the large corona above the main flames is normal.
An improper air / gas mixture may cause the burner to flutter or yellow tipped flames. A qualified technician should adjust the burner.
During initial use, foreign particles in the gas line or dust in the air may cause an orange flame. This will disappear with use.
USING THE RANGETOP BURNERS
THE CONTROL KNOBS
The control knobs are readily associated with the burners they control. The RANGETOP control knobs are
labeled in front of the burners. The oven control is placed slightly higher than the other control knobs. This
is due to the physical size of the commercial type thermostats used on the product.
BURNER GRATES
The burner grates are a heavy cast iron. They are designed in sections to make them easier to remove and clean.
CAUTION! W hen turning on any RANGETOP burner, be sure to stop at the "LITE" position before turning the
burner to a flame setting for cooking. If the burner is not lit and it is turned beyond the "LITE" position, to HI,
MEDIUM, or LO, there will be a burst of flame when the burner does light. This could cause burns or damage to the
surrounding counter top.
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Note: If the Igniter continues to click after the burner has been lit, turn the knob to a setting other than LITE, or HI. If the
problem still persists, please call our Service Hotline at 866-402-4600.
BURNER SETTINGS
The rangetop burner valves have infinite settings with no fixed positions on the control knobs between HI and SIMMER. To turn the
rangetop burner on, push in the control knob and turn it counterclockwise to the "LITE" position. An audible clicking
sound will be heard. When the gas has been ignited by the electronic spark igniter, turn the knob to the desired setting.
Note.
If you are using propane gas, a slight pop or flash may occur at the burner ports a few seconds after the burner has been turned
"off". This "extinction pop" is normal for propane gas.
USING THE WOK RING ACCESSORY
The Wok Ring accessory for wok cooking is available for both sealed burner and open burner models. Open Burner tops replace a
top grate with the CWR wok grate. The side openings of the wok grate must be on the sides directed away from the cook.
The Open Burner Wok system is perfectly designed to deliver high intense heat, by spreading the flame under the diameter of the
wok pan.
The Sealed Burner Wok Ring accessory (PSWK-RNG) can be placed on any top burner to securely hold a wok for cooking.
All the range-top burners have electronic spark ignition to eliminate continuously burning pilots. When the main burner flame is
blown out, it will relight. Also each burner has its own ignition module. If one module fails all others will continue to work and you
are not inconvenienced.
If a burner does not ignite, listen for the clicking sound. If the burner does not click, TURN OFF BURNER. Check
the circuit breaker for a blown fuse or a tripped circuit breaker. If the igniter still fails to operate, please call our customer
service department at 1-866-402-4600.
PROPER COOKING UTENSILS
For best results we recommend using Professional Cookware. These types of utensils can be found at your finer
department stores, specialty cooking shops, or restaurant supply stores. If using regular cookware be very careful
if pans have plastic handles, as our Open Burners can melt or bubble the handles.
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USING THE GRILL FEATURE
CAUTION!
U s e e x t r e m e c a r e w h e n p l a c i n g t h e g r i l l components into the grill compartment. Avoid hitting the ceramic
igniter that could break, preventing operation of the grill.
Do not leave the grill unattended while in use.
Do not use charcoal briquettes, ceramic plates, or coals of any kind unless provided by Capital Cooking for use with your model
and options
After removing all packaging materials, check to be certain that the grill components are correctly assembled in the
grill box. The grill grates and the burner are assembled in the grill box from the factory.
USING THE GRILL
The burner should light within approximately 45 seconds.
Preheat the grill for a minimum of 15 minutes. The hot grill sears the food, sealing in the juices.
The longer the preheat time, the faster the meat browns and the darker the brand marks.
Grilling requires high heat for optimum results. High heat is necessary for searing and proper browning. Most foods are
cooked at medium heat settings for most of the cooking time. However, when grilling large pieces of meat or poultry, it
may be necessary to turn the heat to a lower setting after the initial browning. This cooks the food through without
burning the outside
Foods cooked for a long period of time or basted w i t h a s u g a r y m a r i n a d e m a y n e e d a l o w e r h e a t setting near
the end of the cooking time.
After grilling and the food has been removed, turn the knob to HI and burn off any excess grease that may have
accumulated on the burner. When cooled, the grill radiants can be turned upside down and heated on high for 10 minutes
to burn off any residual fat.
Use a brass wire brush, dipped in hot water, to loosen food particles from the grate.
When the grill has cooled, clean the drip tray and compartment.
GRILL RACKS
Open Burner model grill racks are made of enamel coated cast iron and should be washed with mild soapy water or a mild
abrasive cleanser after each use.
Precision model two position grill racks are made of stainless steel and should be washed with mild soapy water or a mild
abrasive after each use.
The grill racks are double sided. Use the grooved or concave side (channels up) for meats of higher fat content (steaks,
hamburgers, sausage patties, etc.); use the convex side (channels / grooves down) with foods of lesser fat content (fish,
vegetables, fruits, etc.) for beautiful grill marks
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USING THE GRILL FEATURE (cont’d)
CAUTION!
Use extreme care when placing the grill components into the grill compartment. Avoid hitting the ceramic igniter which
can break and prevent the grill from operating
Do not leave the grill unattended while in use.
Do not use charcoal briquettes, ceramic plates, or coals of any kind.
After removing all packaging materials, check to be certain that the grill components are correctly assembled in the grill
box. The grill grates and the burner are assembled in the grill box from the factory.
Note: Your grill racks are made of enameled cast iron. Clean with warm mild soapy water. Do not use heavy abrasives
which may damage the enamel coating.
GRILLING SUGGESTIONS
Trim any excess fat from the meat before cooking. FATTY MEATS increase the likelihood of flare-ups. slits in the remaining
fat around the edges at (51 mm) intervals.
Brush on basting sauces towards the end of cooking.
Add seasoning or salt after grilling. Early salting dries out meat.
Use a spatula or tongs instead of a fork to turn the meat. A fork punctures the meat and lets the juices flow out.
After the juices begin to bubble to the surface, turn the meat only once. This helps keep the juices in the meat.
GRILLING SUGGESTIONS (Continued)
Some pieces of meat and poultry cook faster than others. Move those pieces to the cooler area of the grill until the rest
has cooked.
The doneness of meat is affected by the thickness of the cut. Chefs say it is impossible to have a rare doneness with a
thin cut. poultry, it may be necessary to turn the heat to a lower setting after the initial browning. This cooks the food
through without burning the outside
Foods cooked for a long period of time or basted with a sugary marinade may need a lower heat setting near the end of
the cooking time.
After grilling and the food has been removed, turn the knob to HI and burn off any excess grease that may have
accumulated on the burner. When cooled, the grill radiants can be turned upside down and heated on high for 10 minutes
to burn off any residual fat.
Use a brass wire brush, dipped in hot water, to loosen food particles from the grate.
When the grill has cooled, clean the drip tray and compartment.
HANDLING EXCESSIVE GRILL FLARE-UPS
The intense heat needed for grilling may also cause flare-ups, due to grease and basting sauces dripping on the hot
radiants.
If flare-ups occur, use a long handled spatula to move the food to another area of the grill.
Should flare-ups become excessive, remove the food from the grill and turn off the burner
Excessive flames occur when cooking meat with high fat concentration, i.e. 30% ground beef, untrimmed steaks, lamb
chops, etc.
Be cautious when turning meat over, and never PLOP the meat on the grates.
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USING THE THERMO GRIDDLE
DESCRIPTION:
The built in griddle is made of non rusting 3/8" thick stainless steel. This produces a surface that is easy to clean and
never rusts.
The griddle has a aluminized steel straight tube burner that is lit by a hot surface igniter. The griddle should pre heat for
five to ten minutes.
A chopping block is available as an accessory and purchased separately. It is sized to fit on top of the griddle surface
when Range top is not in use.
The burner is rated at 18,000 BTU/HR.
PRIOR TO USE:
The griddle must be level or tilted slightly forward for optimum performance. The griddle should have been leveled during
installation.
PRIOR TO USE, It Is NECESSARY to wash the griddle plate with warm soapy water then rinsed with clear water. The
griddle may be used without butter, margarine, or oil. However, a very small amount may be used to flavor foods.
CONTROL KNOB
The griddle is thermostatically controlled with temperatures marked on the knob from 150 degrees F to 500 degrees F
There are no fixed settings on the knob.
Press and turn the knob counter-clockwise to the temperature setting.
COOKING ON THE GRIDDLE
Check that the grease tray is tucked under the griddle plate overhang.
Turn the knob to the cooking temperature to preheat the griddle.
Preheat 15-20 Minutes depending on the temperature setting
Add butter, margarine, shortening or oil for more flavor: Add food and cook!
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
AT THE END OF THE CLEAN CYCLE
CAUTON: The interior of the oven will still be at baking temperature when the lock light turns off and the oven door can be opened. Use
caution as the oven may be hot enough to cause burns.
The Clean cycle takes hours to complete. The LOCK light turns off once the cycle has finished and the oven has cooled to
525° F.
The door latch will open automatically after the automatic Door Lock completes its 30 sec, cycle to the OPEN position.
Wipe off white ash residue with a damp cloth or sponge before placing oven racks.
Replace the oven racks.
CLEANING STAINLESS STEEL COMPONENTS
All stainless steel parts of the appliance can be cleaned with hot soapy water, rinsed, dried and buffed t o a shine with
a soft, heavy pile cloth. Make sure you clean in the DIRECTION OF THE GRAIN and never in circular motions as this
may scratch the stainless steel.
GENERAL CLEANING
When cleaning this range or range-top:
Always use the mildest cleaning procedure first. Some brands of cleaners of the same type are harsher than others,
read their directions. A scent or a propellant can make a difference in the product. Read the ingredients. Try on a small
area first.
To avoid marring the surface always rub metal finishes in the direction of the polish (grain) lines. The cleaner will be
more effective when used in the direction of the polish lines.
Use only clean sponges, soft cloths, pa per towels, for cleaning or scouring (Use only soap pads with soap still in
them. An empty pad can scratch), as recommended in this section.
RANGETOP CLEANING
Turn of all the burners and allow the grates to cool before starting to clean the range top. Do not clean hot surfaces
which can cause burns. Clean only when the range or Range top has cooled to room temperature.
BURNER GRATE CLEANING
When lifting the grates, be careful as they are heavy. Place them on a protected surface, so they won't scratch the
surface they are laid on.
The burner grates are matte porcelain enamel over cast iron. When cool they may be placed in the dishwasher, or
wipe while on the range top using hot soapy water, then rinsed and wiped dry. The burner grates will not rust as they
are matte porcelain enamel on both sides for durability.
The occasional use of mild abrasive cleaners such as Bon-Ami®, Soft Scrub®. Abrasive cleansers, used vigorously or
too often, can eventually harm the enamel. Apply with a damp sponge, rinse thoroughly and dry.
The porcelain may pop of the edge of the grates due to rapid temperature change when the burners are turned on, Do
not be concerned as this does not result in the deterioration of the grates. The cast iron soon darkens to blend with the
porcelain enamel. Be careful when wiping an area where the porcelain has popped off, as the edges may be sharp.
BURNER MAINTENANCE
For proper lighting and performance keep the burners clean.
It is necessary to clean the burners if they do not light even through the igniter clicks, if there has been a severe boil
over, or when the flame does not burn blue, and when the grates and burners are cool, remove the grate.
The Burner Cap can easily be removes.
Wash these parts in hot soapy water, rinse and dry thoroughly. The Burner Caps are porcelain enamel coated .Follow
the directions above for Cleaning Burner Grates. A bristle brush can be used to clean out the burner ports, if
necessary.
NOTE:
After cleaning, it is important to make sure the Locating Notch or Pin at the bottom of the Burner Cap is properly
aligned with the Burner Base. Incorrect alignment will produce a potentially dangerous flame and poor burner
performance
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE (cont’d)
CLEANING IGNITERS
Wipe with a water-dampened cotton swab. Be careful not to damage the igniter. (See illustration).
CLEANING CONTROL KNOBS - RANGETOP AND OVEN
These are made of die-cast metal with plastic inserts for easier gripping. They can be cleaned in hot, soapy water.
To remove the Knobs from the control panel, grasp the knob and pull straight forward.
Wash, do not soak. Rinse and dry thoroughly. It is important to replace these knobs on the correct gas valve on the
control panel.
CLEANING LOW BACK, OR HIGH SHELF (IF INSTALLED)
Depending on the model, these are constructed of all stainless steel. Use the mildest cleaning procedure firs t— hot
soapy water, rinse and dry. If the panel has food soil remaining, try a general kitchen cleaner, such as Fantastic,
Simple Green®, or Formula 409.
For hard to clean soil use a stainless steel cleaner such as, Bon-Ami®,, Carneo®,, or Bar Keepers Friend.
Apply cleaner with a damp sponge, rinse thoroughly and dry. Always scrub lightly in the direction of the grain. Do not
use a steel wool pad, it will scratch the surface. To touch up noticeable scratches in the stainless steel, sand very
lightly with dry 100 grit emery paper, rubbing in the direction of the grain. After cleaning use a stainless steel polish,
such as Stainless Steel Magic.
NOTE: If the rear top burners are used extensively on high it is possible for the vertical stainless steel panel to d iscolor
from the burner heat. This discoloration can be removed by using Revere Ware Stainless Steel Cleaner.
CLEANING OVEN AND DOOR INTERIOR
If in the event the oven door comes off track, or becomes misaligned, realignment can be achieved by following thi s
simple procedure:
Open the door and hold it all the way open. Close the hinge latches. Once both hinges are locked, gently lift the door
up and partially out until the door is evenly aligned. Evenly slide the door back into place and check to assure the
hinges rest in the center of each door hinge roller. With the oven door fully open, unlock hinge latches and the door is
ready to close again. Call our service technician if you encounter difficulty.
Be sure the oven and door are cool before you start to clean them. They are porcelain enamel coated. It is acid
resistant, but not acid proof. Therefore, acid foods, such as vinegar, rhubarb, alcohol, citric juices or milk, should be
wiped off and not allowed to bake on.
Try mild cleaners, such as: Bon-Ami®, Ammonia, Ammonia and water, or Soft Scrub®. Apply the cleaner on a damp
sponge or cloth. Rub lightly. Rinse thoroughly and dry. If food has burned onto the oven and is difficult to remove, soak
the spots with a cloth saturated with household ammonia. Allow it to soak for an hour or two, with the door closed. The
food soil should be easy to remove with a damp soapy cloth or mild abrasive.
CLEANING OVEN RACKS AND ROLLERS
The oven racks and rollers are chrome plated steel.
Chrome cleaners, such as Soft Scrub, Cameo or Bar Keepers Friend can be applied with a damp sponge following
package directions. Rinse and dry. Powdered cleaners such as Bon-Ami® or Comet are applied with a damp sponge
or cloth, rubbed lightly, rinsed and dried. Harsh Cleaners which are commerc ial oven cleaners, such as Easy Off® or
Dow can be used on the racks. However, some commercial oven cleaner's cause darkening and discoloration. Test
the cleaner on a small part of the rack and check for any discoloration before cleaning the entire rack. A llow to stand
for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse thoroughly and dry.
CLEANING FRAMES, SIDES, DOOR EXTERIOR, HEAT DEFLECTOR
These parts are made of stainless steel, follow the directions for the Backguard.
Take care when cleaning the door top. Do not let water or cleaners run down the vents. If water or cleaners spill into
the vents, they may streak the glass inside the door.
CLEANING THE OVEN CONTROL SWITCH PANEL
Do not use abrasive cleaners which can scratch the display window and button panel
Clean by wiping with a mild household cleaner sprayed on a soft cloth or towel.
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CLEANING CHART:
Always start by selecting the mildest cleaner according to the kind of soil and the material soiled. To prevent marring the
stainless steel finish, always apply the cleaners in the direction of the grain. Rinse and dry immediately to avoid water
marks.
Use clean applicators, i.e. soft cloths, sponges, or paper towels for cleaning and scouring.
The use of brand names in the chart is intended only to indicate a type of cleaner. This does not constitute an
endorsement. The omission of any brand name does not imply its inadequacy.
The brands listed on the chart are suggested as examples of a type of cleaner, such as non-abrasive, powder, cream,
etc., use all products in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
PART / MATERIAL
/ SOIL CONDITION
Outer glass surfaces
SUGGESTED CLEANERS
Non-Abrasive window cleaner, all purpose
cleaners
Hot sudsy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly
Inner Door Glass
Non-Abrasive window cleaner, all purpose
cleaners
Exterior Stainless
Steel
Non-abrasive cleaners; hot water and
detergent, diluted ammonia, Fantastic®,
Formula 409®. Rinse and dry immediately
Cleaner polish. Stainless Steel Magic® to
protect the finish form staining and pitting;
enhances appearance
IMPORTANT REMINDERS
Abrasive cleaners may leave scratches
over time
Always use clean dry cloths for best
results
Inner windows have a heat reflective
coating that will scratch if abrasives are
used
Always use clean dry cloths for best
results
Always rub lightly in the direction of the
grain lines
Hot sudsy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly
Interior porcelain
surfaces
Non-abrasive cleaners; hot water and
detergent, diluted ammonia, Fantastic®,
Formula 409®. Rinse and dry immediately
Remove all residue from oven by wiping
with a clean wet sponge after cleaning
Hot sudsy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly
Interior glass surfaces
Non-abrasive cleaners; hot water and
detergent, diluted ammonia, Fantastic®,
Formula 409®. Rinse and dry immediately
Remove all residue from oven by wiping
with a clean wet sponge after cleaning
Heavy soiling may be lightly scraped with a
razor.
Always use extreme caution when
handling sharp tools
Hot sudsy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly
Remove from oven for cleaning. Take
care to prevent paste or powder cleaners
from getting into roller bearings
Lightly abrasive cleaners; hot water and
detergent, diluted ammonia, Fantastic®,
Formula 409®. Rinse and dry immediately
Scrub with a lightly abrasive sponge or
cleaning products to remove heavy
staining
Oven Racks
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Check oven temperature and mode setting
Verify that the desired oven has been set for cooking on a
double by pressing RIGHT or LEFT as appropriate
Oven is improperly set
Opposite oven set on a double oven
Clean with mild detergent when racks and/or are cool.
Rollers or tracks may be dirty
Racks may have been left in oven during
SELF CLEAN
Light lenses may be dirty
Racks are hard to move
Lights do not illuminate
well
Clean lenses when oven is cool with water and mild
detergent.
Lightly scrape excess splatter off lenses.
Rack may require replacement
Clean oven. If oven is in SELF CLEAN, smoke is normal.
When oven is cool, wipe down excess spillage and
splatter. SELF CLEAN oven to remove residue.
Arrange oven racks to allow even heating. Proximity to
top or bottom of oven will increase heat in those areas.
Center all pots and pans when placing in oven to allow
heat to evenly circulate in oven
Oven has excess spill or splatter
Food is too close to heat
Oven may require cleaning
Pots or pans may be blocking heat
Control Panel is locked
Control Panel is locked
Oven is in SELF CLEAN
Oven is in Sabbath mode
Double Oven: Opposite oven is in use
Door is not completely closed
Oven is still hot
Oven is in SELF CLEAN or SELF CLEAN
has completed and oven is cooling
TIMED COOK mode has expired
Check oven display for DELAY icon
Check oven display for HoLD icon. Oven setting changes
to 150° F
Allow SELF CLEAN cycle to complete and oven to cool.
Check oven display for LOCK icon.
Allow oven to cool. SELF CLEAN cannot start until oven
is below 250° F.
Close oven door tightly to allow door latch to lock door
Turn off opposite oven. SELF CLEAN will not function if
any other function is on
Check oven display for Sab. Press CANCEL to remove
Sabbath mode and allow use of lights
Check oven icons for SELF CLEAN display. Lights do not
operate in SELF CLEAN
Check oven display for OFF readout. Press and hold
CANCEL button to unlock
Check oven display for OFF readout. Press and hold
CANCEL button to unlock
Call electrician to properly connect wiring
Wiring improperly connected
DELAY COOK has been set
Check breaker
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
Power is off
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Lots of smoke
Oven is not heating
evenly
Oven will not turn on
Lights will not turn on
SELF CLEAN will not
start
Door will not open
Oven is not heating
Clock is off and controls
do not function
SYMPTOM
TROUBLESHOOTING
Before calling for service, reference the following table for common problems that may enable self diagnosis or can resolve the
problem:
SERVICE INFORMATION
If none of the above has occurred, contact our customer service department at (866) 402-4600.
Before you call for service, please have the following information available:
Model Number
Serial Number
Date of Installation
Copy of Receipt or Invoice
A brief description of the problem
Your satisfaction is our top priority. If the problem persists or is not resolved to your satisfaction by our
service consultant, please write to us or fax us a letter at:
Capital Cooking Equipment, Inc.
Attn:
Customer Service Manager
13211 Florence Ave.
Santa Fe Springs, CA 92670
USA
Fax Number:
(562) 903-1167
Email:
customerservice@capital-cooking.com
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WARRANTY
One (1) year full parts and labor, covers the entire unit.
ONE (1) Year full parts and labor covers entire product with the exception of painted or decorative parts listed below*. (Light bulbs
covered for 60 days after installation). Standard shipping only. Expedited shipping will be at customer expense.
*Painted and decorative parts will be warranted for 90 days from date of original purchase. Any damages or defects must be
reported within this timeframe. Replacement painted parts may have slight color variations from the original parts due to normal
manufacturing variables.
FIVE (5) Years limited part replacement warranty. Covers part replacement, as noted below, due to malfunction during normal
operation.
Ranges*, Range Tops*, & Ovens*: All Burners**, Heating Elements, Grates*, Griddle Plates, & Oven Racks
Barbeques: Gas Valves & all burners (excluding infrared burners)
Parts will be provided at no cost to the owner with proof of purchase. All other expenses, such as labor and freight, will be
the responsibility of the owner
*Excludes Porcelain Enamel Coating for ovens and grates. Porcelain enamel is prone to wear over time and use.
**Unless covered by LIFETIME warranty
LIFETIME warranty (non-transferable) on stainless steel sheet metal body parts, and Outdoor stainless steel tubular barbeque
burners (excludes Professional and Pro series), against corrosion (excludes stainless steel barbeque grates and coverage for
neglect, abuse, damage, normal heat discoloration). Proof of purchase required (freight not included).
WILL PAY FOR:
All repair, labor, and parts found to be defective due to materials or workmanship for one (1) full year are covered by Capital’s “In
Home” warranty. This does not apply if the unit was subjected to other than normal household use. An Authorized Factory Service
Agent must provide service during normal working hours. No charges will be made for repair or replacement at the location of
original installation. No charges will be made for defective factory parts returned pre-paid, through the dealer, and claimed within the
warranty period. All claims, regardless of warranty or non-warranty, must be documented with photos and a detailed description
and/or narrative of the problem and submitted to Capital’s service department.
Warranty replacement of parts for the first year will be freight prepaid by Capital and shipped regular ground. Requests for expedited
shipments must be paid by the customer. Capital Cooking will not be liable for additional transportation costs, labor, costs, taxes or
export/import duties. This warranty shall not apply, nor can we assume responsibility for damage that might result from failure to
follow the manufacturer’s instructions or local codes where the appliance has been tampered with or altered in any way or which, in
the judgment of Capital, has been subjected to misuse, negligence, or accident. Implied warranty shall not extend beyond the
duration of this written warranty. This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied and all other obligations or
liability in connection with the sale of this product.
WILL NOT PAY FOR:
Installation or start-up.
Shipping damage that is not a direct result of factory packaging (for example freight handling).
Service by an unauthorized agent or agency.
Use of unauthorized parts.
Service during hours other than normal working hours.
Improper installation.
Instructional service visits on operation of products or features, incorrect installation, reset of circuit breakers or
replacement of fuses.
Repair for other than normal household use.
Damage or malfunction caused by improper maintenance, care, and cleaning of the product.
Damage caused by accident, abuse, alteration, misuse, incorrect installation or an installation not in accordance with local
codes.
Unit(s) installed in non-residential applications.
Travel costs for isolated geographic locations and/or outside of 50 miles total travel distance or two hours travel time,
round trip.
Travel requiring plane, ferry, train, etc., costs.
Shipping and labor costs beyond the one year after purchase, unless specifically covered under the limited or lifetime
warranty.
This warranty applies to appliances used in residential applications only. It does not cover commercial usage and/or installations.
This warranty is for products purchased and retained in the 50 States of the U.S.A., the District of Columbia, and Canada. The full
and limited warranty applies even if you should move during the warranty period. Should the original purchaser sell the appliance
during the warranty period, the new owner continues to be protected until the expiration date of the original purchaser’s warranty
period, with the exception of the lifetime warranty. You may also have other rights, which vary from State to State.
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USE AND CARE MANUAL
CONNOISSEURIAN SERIES
30” 36” 48” & 60”
DUAL FUEL RANGE
MODELS:
COB / CSB
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Dimensional Diagrams:
Product Dimensions:
SINGLE FRONT VIEW
DOUBLE FRONT VIEW
OVEN TOP VIEW
OVEN SIDE VIEW
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PLANNING THE INSTALLATION
1. Plan the intended installation location by verifying that sufficient cabinet size and clearances are
available.
2. Check that electrical power is available or can be established at the installation location and that
all local codes can be met.
3. To provide the optimal operation of your appliance, the oven should be installed in a location that
will minimize drafts created by doors, windows, ventilation outlets, etc.
4. Check traffic paths to verify sufficient clearances for the oven doors when open and be aware of
interference with walkways.
5. If installing under a countertop, verify there is sufficient clearance to the front and/or sides of the
oven to load and unload large cooking vessels.
Dimensional Diagrams:
30”
36”
48”
60”
COB/CSB 30
1”
9”
8”
3-1/2”
18”
13”
24”
COB/CSB 36
1”
9”
8”
3-1/2”
18”
13”
24”
COB/CSB 48
1”
9”
8”
3-1/2”
18”
13”
24”
COB/CSB 60
1”
9”
8”
3-1/2”
18”
13”
24”
OVERALL WIDTH
HEIGHT
OVERALL DEPTH TO FRONT
OVERALL DEPTH TO OPEN DOOR
OVERALL DEPTH TO DOOR FACE
29-7/8”
36”
28-1/2”
43-1/4”
27-3/8”
35-7/8”
36”
28-1/2”
43-1/4”
27-3/8”
47-7/8”
36”
28-1/2”
43-1/4”
27-3/8”
59-7/8”
36”
28-1/2”
43-1/4”
27-3/8”
OVEN WIDTH
OVEN HEIGHT
OVEN DEPTH
25-1/8
16-9/16
21”
27”
16-9/16
21”
27” / 12”
16-9/16
21”
27” / 18”
16-9/16
21”
MODEL NUMBER
"A" DIMENSION
"B" DIMENSION
“C” DIMENSION
“D” DIMENSION
“E” DIMENSION
“F” DIMENSION
CABINET DEPTH
Dimension Summary Table
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RANGE INSTALLATION
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PLEASE READ ENTIRE INSTRUCTION BEFORE PROCEEDING.
UNPACKING AND HANDLING
1.
2.
3.
4.
Move the oven as close to the point of installation as possible prior to removing packing materials to prevent
damage.
Remove all packing materials from inside the oven and any protective plastic on the outside of the oven.
Read and retain all instructions before installation and use and after installation as a reference.
The units are heavy. Plan sufficient manpower and use caution when lifting the unit.
ELECTRICAL WIRING INSTALLATION:
WARNING:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
All wiring must comply with all local ordinances and building codes.
Electrical services at the installation must meet or exceed those specified for the appliance. Do not proceed
with the installation until the specifications are met. Call a licensed electrician, if required, to meet the
necessary requirements.
To prevent electric shock or fire hazard, turn off power at the circuit breaker or fuse box prior to connecting
the oven.
Improper connection of the electrical wiring can cause an electric shock hazard and damage the appliance.
Capital Cooking Equipment is not responsible for damages resulting from improper installation.
The ground wire of the oven must be connected to a grounded metallic, permanent wiring system or
grounding conductor.
Do not use an extension cord with this appliance. Fire, electric shock or other personal injury or damage
may occur as a result.
Do not install a fuse in the neutral or ground circuit. A fuse in the neutral or ground circuit may result in an
electric shock hazard.
Use copper wire only when connecting the oven to the circuit breaker or fuse.
Flexible armored or non-metallic, sheathed copper cable (with grounding wire) should be used to connect
the appliance to the circuit breaker or junction box. A UL listed connector must be used if directly connecting
the wiring to the junction box.
IMPORTANT:
Prior to installation and preparation of the wiring, power to the planned oven electrical circuit must
be turned off at the breaker or fuse box.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Electrical Requirement Summary Table
Model:
Type:
Voltage:
Frequency:
Total Connected Load:
Circuit Breaker Req.:
Wire Connection:
COB / CSB 30/36
Single Oven Range
240 VAC
60 Hz, Single Phase
36.3 Amp
40 Amp (Dedicated)
4 Wire
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COB / CSB 48/60
Double Oven Range
240 VAC
60 Hz, Single Phase
49.1 Amp
50 Amp (Dedicated)
4 Wire
ELECTRICAL WIRING INSTALLATION (cont’d):
STEP 1: ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
STANDARD WIRING (FOUR WIRE CONNECTION)
1. Each wire must be individually connected to the household supply wire.
2. Connect the Green appliance ground wire to the Green household ground wire from the junction box.
3. Connect the appliance Black L1 wire to the household Black L1 wire from the junction box.
4. Connect the appliance White Neutral wire to the household White neutral wire from the junction box.
5. Connect the appliance Red L2 wire to the household Red L2 wire from the junction box.
DEVIATIONS FROM STANDARD WIRING (MUST COMPLY WITH LOCAL CODES):
1.
2.
Three Wire Connection – Must be permitted by local codes
a. Each wire must be individually connected to the household supply wire.
b. Connect the appliance Black L1 wire to the household Black L1 wire from the junction box.
c. Connect the appliance White Neutral wire and the Green appliance wire to the household White
neutral wire from the junction box.
d. Connect the appliance Red L2 wire to the household Red L2 wire from the junction box.
Three Wire Connection with External Ground – Must be permitted by local codes
a. Each wire must be individually connected to the household supply wire.
b. Connect the appliance Black L1 wire to the household Black L1 wire from the junction box.
c. Connect the appliance White Neutral wire to the household White neutral wire from the junction
box.
d. Connect the appliance Red L2 wire to the household Red L2 wire from the junction box.
e. Connect the Green appliance ground wire to an approved external ground source, such as a cold
water pipe. (All ground sources must be approved by local codes).
WARNING:
An external ground may only be used if local codes permit.
Ground sources must be approved by local codes.
Do not connect the ground wire to a gas or hot water pipe.
Use a separate copper wire when installing with an external ground.
A clamp type connector with an external grounding screw is to be used with a minimum No. 10
copper wire when utilizing an external ground.
The approved ground source must have continuity to electrical ground and cannot be interrupted by
insulating materials.
If an interruption or insulating material is in line of the ground source it must be jumpered with a 4
gauge minimum wire.
IMPORTANT:
INSTALLER:
OWNER:
Save these instructions for the Local Gas Inspector's use.
Please leave these Installation Instructions with the unit for the owner.
Please retain these instructions for future reference.
The appliance, when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of
local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70
ALL OPEN BURNER RANGES ARE EQUIPPED WITH SMALL PAN BURNER AT THE BACK LEFT, THE
OTHERS BURNERS ARE RATED AT 23,000 BTU / HR
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INSTALLATION:
STEP 2: VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS
HOOD PLACEMENT:
WARNING: DO NOT obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air to the unit.
For best smoke elimination, the lower edge of the hood should be installed a minimum of 30" to a maximum of 36" above
the range cooking surface.
CAPITAL Hood blower speeds are variable to reduce noi s e and l os s of heat ed or ai r -c ondi t i oned household air when
maximum ventilation is not required. Normally the maximum blower speed is only required when using the grill section.
Any openings in the wall behind the range and in the floor under the range must be sealed.
W h e n t h e r e i s l e s s t h a n 1 2 " h o r i z o n t a l clearance between combustible material D and the back edge of
the range above the cooking s u rf a c e , a Capi t al Low B ack or Hi gh S hel f back guard m ust be installed
(see Fig. 2A). W hen clearance to combustible material D is over 12", a Capital Island Trim may be used
(See Fig. 2B). Figures 2A and 2B indicate the space required for each type of back guard.
Always keep appliance area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline, and other flammable vapors and liquids.
CAUTION: Ventilation hoods and blowers are d e s i g n e d f o r u s e w i t h s i n g l e w a l l d u c t i n g . However, some local
building codes or inspectors may require double wall ducting. Consult local building codes and/or local agencies,
before starting, to assure that hood and duct installation will meet local requirements.
SELECT HOOD AND BLOWER MODELS:
It is strongly recommended that a suitable CAPITAL exhaust hood be installed above the range. Downdraft ventilation
should NOT be used. The table below indicates the PRECISION Series Hoods, by model number, that are
recommended for use with all ranges.
VENTILATION UNIT
STANDARD COUNTER
INSTALLATION
RECOMMENDATIONS
HOOD
(24" DEEP X UNIT WIDTH)
BLOWER CFM's
SIZE
SHIPPING WEIGHT
60" RANGE = 1200 CFM
30"
400
48" RANGE =1200 CFM
36"
450
36" RANGE =1200 CFM
48"
630
30" RANGE = 600 CFM
60"
800
For wall installations, the hood width must, at a minimum, equal the width of the range's cooking surface. Where space
permits, a hood larger in width than the cooking surface may be desirable for improved ventilation performance.
WARNING: DO NOT lift the range by the oven door handles, Do not remove the griddle and grill sections!
Lift the range from the skid with a soft wheel dolly.
Support the range uniformly across the bottom
To remove door, open the door completely, close the hinge latches and release the door. Remove door by lifting and
pulling from the sides.
Make sure gas and electric connections are made, anti-tip device is installed, and the back guard installed prior to placing
the range in position.
Measure the height of the counter top and adjust the range height to match countertop height by adjusting front and rear
leveling feet.
Slide the range in place and ensure that the range is level.
Reinstall the kick plate, top grates, oven door(s), drip pan tray(s), and make sure burner caps are seated firmly located
into position.
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INSTALLATION (cont’d):
STEP 3: CABINET PREPARATION
T h e ra n g e i s a f re e st a n d i n g u n i t . I f t he uni t i s t o be pl ac ed adj ac ent t o c abi nets , t he c l earanc es
Mo d e l s wi t h o p e n b ro i l e r, n o n c o m bus t i bl e m at eri al i s t o be i ns t al l ed on t he un ders i de of a
c a b i n e t l o c a t e d a b o ve t h e b ro i l er s ec t i on or uni t i n ac c ordanc e wi t h l oc al c odes , or i n t he
a b s en c e o f l oc a l c o d e s , wi t h t h e Nat i onal F uel G as c ode, A NSI Z 223. 1/ NFP A. 54
T h e m a xi m um d e p t h o f o ve rh e a d c abi net s installed on either side of the hood is 13".
A 30-inch minimum clearance is required between t h e t op of t h e ra ng e a n d t h e b ot t om of an
unprotected cabinet.
shown in fig. 1 are required. The same clearances appl y t o island ins tall at i ons , exc ept f or t he overhead
cabinets, which must have a space wide enough to accept a suitable flared island hood, as indicated in fig. 1. Note:
Capital does NOT offer an island style ventilation hood at this times.
NOTE: ALL CONNOISSEURIAN SERIES RANGES come with an island trim required for use
with combustible back wall construction
The supplied back guard is NOT required for back wall construction manufactured of non -combustible
materials such as ceramic tile min. ¼” thick), or materials approved as non -combustible by local building
codes.
Secure the back guard (18" High Shelf, or 9" Low Back) directly on the wall behind range and above the
factory installed island trim.
WALL MOUNT BACKGUARD INSTALLATION
S e c u re b o t h b ra c k et s t o t h e wa l l us i ng t he sc rews i nc l uded
BACKGUARD MOUNTING (WALL MOUNT HIGH SHELF):
F i rs t m e a s u re f ro m t o p o f i s l a n d t ri m t o 16 3/ 8" t o wh at wi l l be t he c ent er of t he m ount i ng
b ra c k e t s.
A t t ac h t h e s h e l f t o t h e s h e l f s u p p ort panel s wi t h s uppl i ed s c rews .
S l i d e s h e l f i n t o p os i t i o n a n d o ve r brac k et s .
BACKGUARD MOUNTING (WALL MOUNT LOW BACK):
F i rs t m e a s u re f ro m t o p o f i s l a n d t ri m t o 16 3/ 8" t o wh at wi l l be t he c ent er of t he m ount i ng
b ra c k e t s. (s e e F i g 1 )
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INSTALLATION – CASTER HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT:
CASTER ADJUSTMENT
The range has casters only at the
rear of the range, To adjust the
height of the range use a flat
head screwdriver and crescent
wrench to turn the threaded rod.
RANGE BACK
CASTER
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INSTALLATION (cont’d):
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INFORMATION
The thickness of the wall or floor may require use of longer screws, available at your local hardware store.
In all cases at least one (1) of the bracket mounting screws must be fastened to solid wood or metal on each side.
Use appropriate anchors when fastening the mounting bracket to any material other than hardwood or metal.
STEP 4: INSTALLING ANTI-TIP DEVICE
For all Ranges, an anti-tip device MUST be installed as per these instructions.
The Anti-Tip Bracket may be attached to a solid wood cabinet having a minimum wall thickness of 3/4".
TOOLS NEEDED FOR INSTALLATION OF ANTI-TIP DEVICE!
Screwdriver, Phillips
Drill, electric or hand
Measuring tape or ruler
1/8" drill bit (wood or metal wall or floor)
3/16" anchors, drywall, or concrete, 2 each (not required if mounting bracket is being attached to solid wood or metal.
Hammer
Pencil or other marker
MOUNTING ANTI-TIP BRACKET:
The alternative floor mounted bracket shall be installed as follows:
1.
Place bracket on floor in position shown in Figure below.
2.
Secure to floor or wall stud.
3.
Later, when unit is installed, the adjustable leg will slide under the bracket
WARNING!
ALL RANGES CAN TIP
INJURY TO PERSONS COULD RESULT
INSTALL ANTI-TIP DEVICES PACKED WITH RANGE
WARNING: RANGE TIPPING HAZARD!
All ranges can tip and injury can result. To prevent accidental tipping of the range, attach it to the floor by installing the
Anti-Tip Device supplied.
A risk of tip-over may exist if the appliance is not installed in accordance with these instructions.
If the range is pulled away from the wall for cleaning, service or any other reason, ensure that the Anti-Tip Device is properly
re-engaged when the range is pushed back against the wall. In the event of abnormal usage (such as a person
standing, sitting, or leaning on an open door); failure to take this precaution can result in tipping of the range. Personal
injury might result from spilled hot liquids or from the range itself.
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INSTALLATION (cont’d):
WARNING: ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD!
Use extreme caution when drilling holes into the wall or floor. There may be concealed electrical wires located behind the wall or
under the floor.
Identify the electrical circuits that could be affected by the installation of the Anti-Tip Device, then turn off power to these circuits.
Failure to follow these instructions may result in electrical shock or other personal injury.
CAUTION: PROPERTY DAMAGE!
Contact a qualified installer or contractor to determine the proper method for drilling holes through the wall or floor material (such
as ceramic tile, hardwood, marble, etc.)
DO NOT slide range across unprotected floor.
Failure to follow these instructions may result in damage to wall or floor coverings.
STEP 5: GAS CONNECTION AND HOOK -UP
PLEASE NOTE:
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, gas connection must be performed by a licensed plumber or licensed
gas fitter.
NOTE: Capital DOES NOT supply ranges to match varying altitudes. Orifices to adjust for combustion for differing
altitudes may be purchased through Capital Cooking Equipment by calling our Parts Department at 1-866-4024600,
or email us at customerservice@capital-cooking.com.
Verify the type of gas being used at the installation site matches the gas type of the range. As shipped from the factory, units
are configured for use with Natural Gas or Propane (LP). Make certain the range matches the type of gas available at the
location.
For installation of the appliance at high altitude, please consult your local gas company for their recommendation of the
correct orifice sizes and any other necessary adjustments that will provide proper gas combustion at specified altitudes.
PROPANE (LP) GAS REQUIREMENTS:
Inlet Connection: 1/2" N.P.T.
Min. 5/8" Dia, Flex Line.
Supply Pressure: 11" to 14" W.C.
A Regulator is required at the LP source to provide a maximum of 14" W.C. pressure to the range regulator.
NATURAL GAS REQUIREMENTS:
Inlet Connection: 1/2" N.P.T.
Min. 5/8" Dia. Flex Line.
Supply Pressure: 6" to 14" W.C.
The open top burner flames should be approximately 1" to 1-1/4" High.
GAS HOOK UP
WARNING! Gas line cannot be run inside back cover of range. Run gas line in channel in back
of range.
CAUTION! A qualified technician must make burner adjustments at the time of installation.
Improper or lack of adjustments may cause harmful by-products or void your warranty!
TESTING AND ADJUSTMENTS
Install any loose components, such as burner caps and grates, oven racks that may have been removed earlier to facilitate
moving the appliance. Be certain that burner caps seats properly into the alignment slots in the burner bases. Before
testing operation of the appliance, verify that the unit and the gas supply have been carefully checked for leaks and that
the unit has been connected to the electrical power supply. Turn the manual gas shut-off valve to the open position.
Check the operation of the sealed gas burners by pushing and turning each knob counterclockwise to "Hl". The
burner igniters will click until the flame ignites. Burner flames should be BLUE and stable with no yellow tips,
excessive noise, or lifting of the flame from the burner. If any of these conditions exist, check that the air shutter (grill
and griddle only) or burner ports are not blocked or clogged. Remove any blockages that exist. If the flame is too yellow,
indicating insufficient air, adjust the shutter counterclockwise to increase air inlet (grill and griddle only).
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INSTALLATION (cont’d):
CAUTION! The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shut-off
valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 112 psig
(3.5kPa.).
The Appliance and its individual shut off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any
pressure testing of the system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psig (3.5kPa.).
When checking the manifold gas pressure, the inlet pressure to the regulator should be at least 6.0".
DO NOT attempt any adjustment of the pressure regulator.
Use 5/8" diameter flex line to connect between the gas supply and the appliance manifold pipe, which exists at the upper
left rear of the appliance. The appliance manifold pipe connection is 1/2". Use caution to avoid crimping the 5/8" flex line.
NOTE: the flex line for the gas supply must be metal and approved by an approved certifying agency (AGA, CGA, CSA,
UL or CUL). NEVER use a hose made of rubber or other synthetic material as the heat may cause the hose to melt and
develop leaks, thus causing fires, physical and property damage.
Always use pipe dope or Teflon tape on the pipe threads, and be careful not to apply excessive pressure when tightening
the fittings.
Leak testing of the appliance shall be in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
Turn on gas and check supply line connections for leaks using a soap solution. Never use a flame of any sort to test
for leaks.
A manual shut off valve must be installed external to the range in an accessible location from the front for shutting off the gas
supply when required.
The supply line MUST NOT protrude beyond the back of the range.
Ensure that the gas supply is turned OFF at the external shut-off valve before connecting the range.
The gas supply connection must be made by an experienced technician and in accordance with local codes or ordinances.
In the absence of local codes or ordinances, please refer to National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 / NFPA54-Current Issue.
The range is supplied with its own pressure regulator
CAUTION! When connecting unit to Propane (LP) gas. Make certain the propane tank is equipped with i ts
own high-pressure regulator in addition to the pressure regulator supplied with the appliance the pressure & the
gas supplied to the appliance regulator must not, exceed 14" ( 37 mb) water column. A pressure test point is
provided near the regulator behind the kick plate
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Note to Customer.
Please make sure installer signs each item on this checklist, explains each item before leaving and explains the range operation
to you thoroughly.
INSTALLER CHECKLIST
FINAL CHECKLIST

All internal packing materials removed. Check below grates and grill pans and inside the ovens

Cabinet cutouts and installation have met the requirements of these instructions.

Oven electrical connections follow instructions and meet local codes.

Install range into cabinet
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
Level and secure oven into the cabinet per the instructions.
Manual gas shut-off valve installed in an accessible location (without requiring removal of range)
The appliance is connected only to the type of gas for which it is certified for use
Gas supply pressure does not exceed 14" (37 mb) W.C.



If used on Propane gas, verify that the propane gas supply is equipped with its own high-pressure regulator in addition to
the pressure regulator supplied with appliance.
Connection: 1/2" NPT with a minimum of 5/8" diameter flex line
Unit tested and free of gas leaks

Burner caps properly seated into burner bases with retention rings installed for sealed burners

Grill Components properly seated (not all models).

Bezels centered on burner knobs and knobs turn freely.

Each burner lights satisfactorily, both individually and with other burners operating

Air shutter adjustments for proper flames are complete for Open Burners, Grill and Griddle sections.

Griddle is level and does not rock.

Burner grates correctly positioned, level and do not rock.

Proper ground connection

Kick Panel in place and screws are secure.

External wiring and breakers or fuses meets local codes and requirements of these installation instructions and is of
sufficient length to allow servicing of the oven.

Oven door hinges seated and hinge locks in proper position. Door opens and closes properly.

Turn dedicated breaker or fuse on.

Check function of oven.

Set clock and familiarize users with normal oven operation.

If any problems occur during installation, reference TROUBLESHOOTING section of Use and Care Manual prior to calling
Capital Cooking service.

Fill out and return all warranty information.

Store these instructions and the Use and Care Manual in a convenient location for future reference.
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OPEN BURNER FLAME ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Note: This procedure is not required for units with sealed range top burners
PREPARATION
For safety purposes, turn off power and gas to the range while removing and installing the burner
parts.
Turn off all ventilation hoods, heating & air conditioning, and close windows near the appliance to
prevent breezes from interfering during adjustment.
Carefully clean the metal tip of the igniter electrode with alcohol and a lightly abrasive cleaning pad or
toothbrush. Dry thoroughly.
AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
Correct air shutter adjustment is required prior to further adjustments. You will need a screwdriver
(Flat or Phillips head) to make this adjustment.
Turn power ON to the appliance.
Turn the burner on HIGH. All flames should have a sharp blue cone which just touches the burner. If
flames are lifting above the burner base, if the flames do not immediately ignite all around the
burner, or if flames are yellow or are not a sharp cone shape follow the procedure below.
Lifting Flames:
Turn the burners off and remove all burner grates and spill pans.
Using a screwdriver, loosen the screw securing the air shutter.
Close the opening of the air shutter slightly.
Turn the burner On and check the flame for lifting.
Adjust the air shutter until the flame is a solid blue cone touching the burner. Some orange in
the large flame corona above the burner is normal.
If flames do not immediately ignite all around the burner, readjust the air shutter and
retest.
Tighten the screw on the air shutter then reassemble the spill pans and grates.
Yellow tipping or weak flames
If the flames have bright yellow tips (like a candle) or the flames are weak and flutter easily at
the base, more air is required.
Using a screwdriver, loosen the screw securing the air shutter.
Open the opening of the air shutter slightly.
Turn the burner On and check the flame.
Adjust the air shutter until the flame is a solid blue cone touching the burner. Some orange in
the large flame corona above the burner is normal.
If flames do not immediately ignite all around the burner, re-adjust the air shutter and
retest.
Tighten the screw on the air shutter then reassemble the spill pans and grates.
Igniter Electrode
Flame Lifting
Air Shutter
TECHNICIAN SUPPORT—AIR SHUT
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Good Flame
OPEN BURNER FLAME ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Simmer Adjustment
ADJUST SIMMER FLAME
To adjust the simmer flame you will need a flat head screwdriver with a 3/32” maximum diameter shaft
and a length of at least 2-1/4” and pliers.
IMPORTANT: Turn off air conditioning, fans, and ventilation hoods and close windows to prevent breezes
around the burners when making these adjustments. They can affect burner function.
Set the burner to be adjusted to Simmer. Remove the knob by carefully pulling the knob straight out.
Place the flathead screwdriver into the hole in the center of the shaft behind the knob.
Very lightly turn the screwdriver until you feel it seat into the screw head at the back of the shaft.
To reduce the Simmer flame hold the shaft with pliers to prevent it from turning then slowly turn the
screwdriver Clockwise. The flame will begin to reduce in size.
Turn the screwdriver until the burner starts to click or flames begin to extinguish on several holes of the
burner.
After the burner begins clicking or several flames extinguish on the burner, turn the screwdriver slowly
counter clockwise until the burner stops clicking and flames are present in all holes of the burner.
Place a pot or pan with a small amount of water on the grate and check for clicking. Re-adjust as
necessary.
Simmer Adjustment
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DOOR REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE
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SERVICE INFORMATION
Before contacting customer service:
Verify that the circuit breaker has tripped or the fuse has been blown.
Is there a power outage in the local area?
If none of the above has occurred, contact our customer service department at (866) 402-4600.
Before you call for service, please have the following information available:
Model Number
Serial Number
Date of Installation
Copy of Receipt or Invoice
A brief description of the problem
Your satisfaction is our top priority. If the problem persists or is not resolved to your satisfaction by our service
consultant, please write to us or fax us a letter at:
Capital Cooking Equipment, Inc.
Attn:
Customer Service Manager
13211 Florence Ave.
Santa Fe Springs, CA 92670
USA
Fax Number:
(562) 903-1167
Email:
customerservice@capital-cooking.com
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WARRANTY
ONE (1) Year full parts and labor covers entire product with the exception of painted or decorative parts listed below*. (Light bulbs covered for
60 days after installation). Standard shipping only. Expedited shipping will be at customer expense.
*Painted and decorative parts will be warranted for 90 days from date of original purchase. Any damages or defects must be reported within
this timeframe. Replacement painted parts may have slight color variations from the original parts due to normal manufacturing variables.
FIVE (5) Years limited part replacement warranty. Covers part replacement, as noted below, due to malfunction during normal operation.
Ranges*, Range Tops*, & Ovens*: All Burners**, Heating Elements, Grates*, Griddle Plates, & Oven Racks
Barbeques: Gas Valves & all burners (excluding infrared burners)
Parts will be provided at no cost to the owner with proof of purchase. All other expenses, such as labor and freight, will be the
responsibility of the owner
*Excludes Porcelain Enamel Coating for ovens and grates. Porcelain enamel is prone to wear over time and use.
**Unless covered by LIFETIME warranty
LIFETIME warranty (non-transferable) on stainless steel sheet metal body parts, and Outdoor stainless steel tubular barbeque burners
(excludes Professional and Pro series), against corrosion (excludes stainless steel barbeque grates and coverage for neglect, abuse, damage,
normal heat discoloration). Proof of purchase required (freight not included).
WILL PAY FOR:
All repair, labor, and parts found to be defective due to materials or workmanship for one (1) full year are covered by Capital’s “In Home”
warranty. This does not apply if the unit was subjected to other than normal household use. An Authorized Factory Service Agent must provide
service during normal working hours. No charges will be made for repair or replacement at the location of original installation. No charges will
be made for defective factory parts returned pre-paid, through the dealer, and claimed within the warranty period. All claims, regardless of
warranty or non-warranty, must be documented with photos and a detailed description and/or narrative of the problem and submitted to
Capital’s service department.
Warranty replacement of parts for the first year will be freight prepaid by Capital and shipped regular ground. Requests for expedited
shipments must be paid by the customer. Capital Cooking will not be liable for additional transportation costs, labor, costs, taxes or
export/import duties. This warranty shall not apply, nor can we assume responsibility for damage that might result from failure to follow the
manufacturer’s instructions or local codes where the appliance has been tampered with or altered in any way or which, in the judgment of
Capital, has been subjected to misuse, negligence, or accident. Implied warranty shall not extend beyond the duration of this written warranty.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied and all other obligations or liability in connection with the sale of this
product.
WILL NOT PAY FOR:
Installation or start-up.
Shipping damage that is not a direct result of factory packaging (for example freight handling).
Service by an unauthorized agent or agency.
Use of unauthorized parts.
Service during hours other than normal working hours.
Improper installation.
Instructional service visits on operation of products or features, incorrect installation, reset of circuit breakers or replacement of
fuses.
Repair for other than normal household use.
Damage or malfunction caused by improper maintenance, care, and cleaning of the product.
Damage caused by accident, abuse, alteration, misuse, incorrect installation or an installation not in accordance with local codes.
Unit(s) installed in non-residential applications.
Travel costs for isolated geographic locations and/or outside of 50 miles total travel distance or two hours travel time, round trip.
Travel requiring plane, ferry, train, etc., costs.
Shipping and labor costs beyond the one year after purchase, unless specifically covered under the limited or lifetime warranty.
This warranty applies to appliances used in residential applications only. It does not cover commercial usage and/or installations. This
warranty is for products purchased and retained in the 50 States of the U.S.A., the District of Columbia, and Canada. The full and limited
warranty applies even if you should move during the warranty period. Should the original purchaser sell the appliance during the warranty
period, the new owner continues to be protected until the expiration date of the original purchaser’s warranty period, with the exception of the
lifetime warranty. You may also have other rights, which vary from State to State.
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THESE SPECIFICATIONS ARE FOR PLANNING PURPOSES ONLY.
CONSULT WITH AN AUTHORIZED TECHNICIAN FOR YOUR SPECIFIC INSTALLATION DETAIL
REQUIREMENTS. FOR THE MOST UP TO DATE INFORMATION, CONTACT CAPITAL COOKING
EQUIPMENT, INC. INDICATING THE MODEL NUMBER.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CHANGE THESE SPECIFICATIONS OR DESIGN WITHOUT NOTICE.
THE POWER OF PERFORMANCE
TM
Capital Cooking Equipment, Inc.
13211 E. Florence Ave.
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 USA
866.402.4600 Toll Free
562.903.1167 Fax
MADE IN USA
www.capital-cooking.com
Part #: 87029-04 Rev. 01
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