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User Manual
Guide de l’utilisateur
Manual del usuario
HCW225LAES
HCW225RAES
24” Built-in Oven
Four à convection simple de 24”
Horno de convección simple de 24”
TABLE OF CONTENTS
OVEN SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS............................................................................ 2
FEATURES OF YOUR OVEN.................................................................................. 6
GENERAL OVEN INFORMATION........................................................................... 7
GENERAL OVEN TIPS........................................................................................... 8
ELECTRONIC CONTROL.................................................................................... 10
COOKING WITH THE CONVECTION OVEN........................................................ 15
OVEN MODES.................................................................................................... 16
QUICK TIPS........................................................................................................ 19
CONVECTION BAKE TIPS AND TECHNIQUES.................................................... 20
BAKE TIPS AND TECHNIQUES........................................................................... 22
CONVECTION BROIL TIPS AND TECHNIQUES................................................... 23
BROIL TIPS AND TECHNIQUES.......................................................................... 24
CONVECTION ROAST TECHNIQUES.................................................................. 26
GENERAL OVEN CARE....................................................................................... 29
OVEN FINISHES / CLEANING METHODS............................................................ 30
OVEN DOOR REMOVAL..................................................................................... 31
REPLACING AN OVEN LIGHT............................................................................. 32
TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................................... 33
LIMITED WARRANTY......................................................................................... 35
RECORD KEEPING
Thank you for purchasing this Haier
product. This user manual will help you
get the best performance from your
new oven.
For future reference, record the model
and serial number located on the inside
frame of the oven, and the date of
purchase.
Staple your proof of purchase to this
manual to aid in obtaining warranty
service if needed.
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Model number
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Serial number
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Date of purchase
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OVEN SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and
on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can
kill or hurt you and others. All safety messages will
follow the safety alert symbol and either the word
“DANGER,” “WARNING” or “CAUTION.”
These words mean:
DANGER
An imminently hazardous situation. You
could be killed or seriously injured if you
don’t immediately follow instructions.
WARNING
A potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious bodily injury.
CAUTION
A potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in
moderate or minor injury.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you
how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what can happen if the
instructions are not followed.
WARNING
The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act requires
the Governor of California to publish a list of substances known to the
State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive
harm, and requires businesses to warn of potential exposure to such
substances.
This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to
cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. This appliance
can cause low-level exposure to some of the substances listed,
including benzene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, toluene, and soot.
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WARNINGS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATION
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer or
service agency.
The models may be powered at 240V or 208V.
Always disconnect the power before servicing this unit.
This appliance must be properly grounded.
Failure to do so could result in death or serious injury.
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injury to persons,
or damage when using the cooktop, follow basic precautions, including
the following:
Proper Installation
• This appliance must be
properly installed and
electrically grounded by a
qualified technician. Connect
only to properly grounded
outlet. See “Grounding
Instructions” found in the
Installation Instructions.
• This appliance should
be serviced only by a
qualified service technician.
Contact the nearest
authorized service center
for examination, repair or
adjustment.
• Do not repair or replace
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any part of the oven unless
specifically recommended.
Refer service to an authorized
servicer.
Do not operate this appliance
if it is not working properly or
if it has been damaged, until
an authorized servicer has
examined it.
Install or locate this appliance
only in accordance with the
Installation Instructions.
Use this oven only as intended
by the manufacturer. If you
have any questions, contact
the manufacturer.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
• Do not cover or block any
openings on this appliance.
• Use this appliance only for
its intended use as described
in this manual. Do not use
corrosive chemicals, vapors,
or nonfood products in this
appliance. This type of oven is
specifically designed to heat
or cook. It is not designed
for industrial or laboratory
use. The use of corrosive
chemicals in heating or
cleaning will damage the
appliance.
To reduce the risk of fire in the
oven cavity:
• Do not store flammable
materials in or near the oven.
• Do not use water on a grease
fire. Smother fire or use a
dry chemical or foam-type
extinguisher.
• It is highly recommended that
a fire extinguisher be readily
available and highly visible
next to any cooking appliance.
• Do not overcook food.
Carefully attend oven if paper,
plastic or other combustible
materials are placed inside
the oven.
• Do not use the cavity for
storage purposes. Do not
leave paper products, cooking
utensils or food in the cavity
when not being used.
• If materials inside the oven
should ignite, keep oven door
closed. Turn oven off and
disconnect the circuit at the
circuit breaker box.
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• Be sure the blower fan runs
whenever the oven is in
operation. If the fan does not
operate, do not use the oven.
Call an authorized service
center.
• Never use the oven to warm
or heat a room.
Personal Safety
• Do not allow children to use
this appliance unless closely
supervised by an adult.
Children and pets should not
be left alone or unattended in
the area where the appliance
is in use. Never allow children
to sit or stand on any part of
the oven.
• Do not store items of interest
to children above the oven.
If children should climb onto
the appliance to reach these
items, they could be seriously
injured.
• For personal safety, wear
proper clothing. Loose fitting
or garments with hanging
sleeves should never be worn
while using this appliance.
• Tie long hair so that it doesn’t
hang loose.
• Do not touch heating
elements or interior surfaces
of oven.
• The heating elements may be
hot even though they are dark
in color. Interior surfaces of
an oven become hot enough
to cause burns.
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
• During and after use, do not
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touch or let clothing or other
flammable materials contact
the heating elements or the
interior surfaces of the oven
until they have had sufficient
time to cool.
The trim on the top and sides
of the oven door may become
hot enough to cause burns.
Use care when opening the
door. Open the door slightly
to let hot air or steam escape
before removing or replacing
food.
Do not heat unopened
food containers. Build-up
of pressure may cause the
container to burst and cause
injury.
Always place oven racks in
desired location while oven is
cool. If a rack must be moved
while oven is hot, do not let
pot holder contact the hot
heating elements.
Use only dry pot holders.
Moist or damp pot holders
on hot surfaces may result in
burns from steam. Do not let
pot holder touch hot heating
elements. Do not use a towel
or other bulky cloth.
Safety for the Self-cleaning
Oven:
• Before self-cleaning the oven,
remove the broiler pan, oven
racks (only when not made of
porcelain), other utensils and
excess soft spillage.
• Confirm that the door locks
and will not open once both
selectors are in CLEAN
position and the door lock
icon appears. If the door
does not lock, turn the cook
mode selector to OFF and
do not run Self-Clean. Call an
authorized servicer.
• Do not clean the door gasket.
It is essential for a good seal.
Care should be taken not to
rub, damage, move or remove
the door gasket.
• Do not use commercial
oven cleaners or oven liner
protective coatings of any
kind in or around any part of
the oven.
• Clean only oven parts listed in
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this manual.
Other surfaces of the
appliance may become hot
enough to cause burns among these surfaces are for
example: oven vent openings
and surfaces near these
openings, oven doors, and
windows of oven doors.
READ AND SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
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FEATURES OF YOUR OVEN
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c
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a Cooling Vents
b Broil Element
c Control Panel
d Door Gasket
e Oven Light
f Convection Fan and Element
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g Bottom Element (not visible)
h Model and Serial # Plate
i Oven Rack Back
j Oven Rack Front
k Drip Pan
GENERAL OVEN INFORMATION
WARNING
Fire Hazard
Remove all packing and foreign materials from the oven. Any material
of this sort left inside may melt or burn when the appliance is used.
Failure to do so can result in death or fire.
240 V VS. 208 V CONNECTION
Most oven installations will have a 240 V connection. If your oven is installed with
208 V, the preheat time may be slightly longer than with 240 V. The oven is designed
to assure the same clean time at 208 V.
HEATING FIRST TIME
Heat the empty appliance to the maximum temperature in order to remove any
manufacturing residues, which could affect the food with unpleasant odors.
DRIP PAN
Place the drip pan (provided) on the bottom shelf of the oven to prevent any sauce
and/or grease from dripping onto the bottom of the oven only when broiling food.
For all other types of cooking, never use the bottom shelf and never place anything
on the bottom of the oven when it is in operation because this could damage the
enamel. Always place your cookware (dishes, aluminum foil, etc.) On the oven rack.
HIGH ALTITUDE BAKING
When cooking at high altitude, recipes and cooking time will vary from the standard.
POWER FAILURE
When the appliance is connected to the electrical supply or when there has been a
power cut,the symbol for Time flashes automatically.
ERROR
In the event of an error the display flashes and beeps continuously. Disconnect
appliance from the power supply and call a qualified technician.
BEEPS
Signal that the set temperature has been reached. Beeps also signal the end of a
function or an oven fault.
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GENERAL OVEN TIPS
DEFAULT SETTINGS
The Cooking Modes automatically select a suitable temperature. These can be
changed when a different one is needed.
OVEN CONDENSATION AND TEMPERATURE
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It is normal for a certain amount of moisture to evaporate from the food during
any cooking process. The amount depends on the moisture content of the food.
The moisture may condense on any surface cooler than the inside of the oven,
such as the control panel.
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Your new oven has an electronic temperature sensor that allows maintaining
an accurate temperature. Your previous oven may have had a mechanical
thermostat that drifted gradually over time to a higher temperature. It is normal
that you may need to adjust your favorite recipes when cooking in a new oven.
OPERATIONAL SUGGESTIONS
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Use the Cooking Charts as a guide.
Do not set any weight on the open oven door.
Use the interior oven lights to view the food through the oven door window
rather than opening the door frequently.
UTENSILS
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Glass baking dishes absorb heat. Reduce oven temperature 25 °F (15 °C) when
baking in glass.
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Use pans that give the desired browning. The type of finish on the pan will help
determine the amount of browning that will occur.
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Shiny, smooth metal or light non-stick /anodized pans reflect heat, resulting
lighter more delicate browning. Cakes and cookies require this type of utensil.
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Dark, rough or dull pans will absorb heat resulting in a browner, crisper crust. Use
this type for pies.
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For brown, crisp crusts, use dark non-stick/anodized or dark, dull metal utensils
or glass bake ware. Insulated baking pans may increase the length of cooking
time.
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Place the dripping pan provided on the bottom shelf of the oven to prevent
any sauce and/or grease from dripping onto the bottom of the oven only when
grilling food.
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OVEN RACKS
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The oven has rack guides at four levels as shown in the
illustration.
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Rack positions are numbered from the bottom rack guide
(#1) to the top (#4).
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Check Cooking Charts for best rack positions to use
when cooking.
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Each level guide consists of paired supports formed in the
walls on each side of the oven cavity.
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Always be sure to position the oven racks before turning
on the oven. Make sure that the racks are level once they
are in position.
Please refer to illustration on “Features of Your Oven” if there is any question as to
which side is the front or top of the rack.
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The racks are designed to stop when pulled forward to their limit.
IMPORTANT: Never use aluminum foil to cover the oven racks or to line the oven. It
can cause damage to the oven liner if heat is trapped under the foil.
IMPORTANT: Make sure you do not force it to avoid damage to the enamel.
To remove oven rack from the oven:
1. Pull rack forward.
2. Lift rack up at front and then remove it.
To replace an oven rack:
1. Place rear of rack between rack level guides
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2. While lifting front of rack, slide rack in all the way while lowering the front.
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
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Lock
On/Off
a b
Select
Functions
c
Favorite
Fast
Preheat
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a Lock Button
b On/Off Button
c Oven Function Selector Buttons
d Favorite Button
Adjust
Temp/Time
Clock/
Timer
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e Fast Preheat Button
f Temp/Time Adjust Buttons
g Clock/Timer Button
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Always turn the appliance on first by pressing the On/Off button.
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When the selected temperature is reached, a signal sounds.
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Turn off oven using the On/Off button.
When the selected function is lit, the oven begins to heat up or the time set
begins to count down.
The oven light is turned on as long as an oven function is started.
The oven light automatically turns off 10 minutes after the end of a cooking
cycle.
SETTING THE TIME OF DAY
The oven operates only when the time has been set.
1. To change a time that has already been set, press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until
the symbol for Time flashes.
2. Using the
or
button, set the current time.
After about 5 seconds, the flashing stops and the clock displays the time of day.
The oven is now ready for use.
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TOUCHPAD SOUND
Turning OFF touchpad sound
1. Turn off the appliance using the On/Off button.
and
buttons at the same time until a signal sounds
2. Press and hold the
(approx. 2 seconds). The touchpad sound is now off.
Turning ON touchpad Sound
and
buttons at the same time until a signal sounds
1. Press and hold the
(approx. 2 seconds). The touchpad sound is reactivated.
SELECTING THE OVEN FUNCTION
1. Turn on the oven with the On/Off button.
2. Press the
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or
button repeatedly until the desired oven function appears.
A suggested temperature appears on the temperature display.
I f the suggested temperature is not changed within approx. 5 seconds, the
oven begins to heat up.
CHANGING THE OVEN TEMPERATURE
Press the
or
button, to raise or lower the temperature.
The setting changes in steps of 5°.
THERMOMETER SYMBOL
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The slowly rising thermometer symbol indicates how hot the oven is as it heats
up.
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The three segments of the thermometer symbol show that Fast Preheat is
working.
FAST PREHEAT
After an oven function is selected, with the use of the additional function Fast
Preheat the empty oven can be preheated in a relatively short time.
IMPORTANT: Do not put the food to be cooked into the oven, until Fast Preheat is
completed and the oven is operating using the desired function.
1. Set the desired function. If necessary, change the suggested temperature.
2. Press FAST PREHEAT. The symbol lights up:
The bars flashing one after another show that Fast Preheat is operating.
When the set temperature is reached, the bars of the heat indicator light up. An
audible signal sounds. The symbol goes out.
The oven now continues heating according to the pre-set oven function and
temperature. You can now place the food in the oven.
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FAVORITE
The Favorite function can be used to save a setting which is used frequently.
1. Set oven function, temperature and if necessary the clock functions Clock time
and/or End time .
2. Press and hold FAVORITE for approx. 2 seconds, until a signal sounds. The
setting is saved.
To save another setting, press FAVORITE for approx. 2 seconds. The previously
saved setting is replaced by the new one.
Starting the Favorite function
1. Turn the oven on using the button On/Off.
2. Press FAVORITE to call up the saved setting.
CLOCK FUNCTIONS
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After a clock function has been selected, the corresponding symbol flashes
for approx. 5 seconds. During this time, the desired time-of-day can be set or
modified using the
or
button.
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When the desired time-of-day has been set, the symbol continues to flash for
approx. 5 seconds. After this the symbol lights up. The set Countdown begins
to count down.
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The time set for Cook time
selected function starts.
and End time
begins to count down after the
Countdown
To set a countdown. A signal sounds after the time has elapsed.
This function does not affect the operation of the oven.
1. Press the Clock Functions
flashes.
button repeatedly until the symbol for Countdown
2. Set the desired Countdown time using the
minutes).
or
button (max. 99.00
After approx. 5 seconds the display shows the time remaining.
The symbol for Countdown
lights up.
When the time set has elapsed, an audible signal sounds for 2 minutes. “0.00”
lights up and the symbol for Countdown flashes.
To turn off the audible signal:
Press any button.
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Cook time
To set how long the oven is to be in use.
1. Select oven function and using
or
button select temperature.
2. Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until the symbol for Clock time
3. Using the
or
flashes.
button set the desired cooking time.
lights up.
The oven turns itself on. The symbol for Cook time
By repeatedly pressing CLOCK/TIMER, the current time can be called up.
When the time has elapsed, an audible signal sounds for 2 minutes.
The oven turns itself off.
“0.00” is displayed and the symbol for Cook time
flashes.
To turn off the audible signal:
Press any button.
End time
WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit in oven more than one hour before or after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
To set when the oven is to turn off again.
1. Select oven function and using
or
button select temperature.
2. Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until the symbol for End time
3. Using the
or
flashes.
button set the desired turn-off time.
The symbols for End time
and Cook time
light up.
The oven will automatically turn itself on.
By repeatedly pressing CLOCK/TIMER, the current time can be called up.
When the time has elapsed, an audible signal sounds for 2 minutes.
The oven turns itself off.
“0.00” is displayed and the symbols for End time
and Cook time
flash.
To turn off the audible signal:
Press any button.
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Cook time
and End time
combined
WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit in oven more than one hour before or after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
Cook time and End time can be used simultaneously, if the oven is to be turned
on and off automatically at a later time.
1. Select oven function and temperature.
2. Using the Cook time
e.g.,1 hour.
3. Using the End time
2:05.
function, set the time that the dish needs to cook,
function, set the time at which the dish is to be ready, e.g.
The symbols for Cook time
and End time
light up.
The oven turns on automatically at the time calculated, e.g. 1:05.
When the set cooking time has elapsed, an audible signal sounds for 2 minutes.
The oven turns itself off, e.g. 2:05.
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Turning off the display
You can save energy by turning off the display.
1. If required, turn off the appliance using the On/Off button.
2. Press CLOCK/TIMER and
at the same time until the display goes out.
As soon as the appliance is turned on again, the display comes on automatically
When the appliance is next turned off, the display goes out again.
Turning on the display
1. If required, turn off the appliance using the On/Off button.
2. Press CLOCK/TIMER and
at the same time until the display comes on again.
LOCK FUNCTION
As soon as the Lock is engaged, the appliance can no longer be turned on.
Activating the Lock
1. If necessary, turn on the appliance using the On/Off button.
No oven function must be selected.
2. Press and hold LOCK until appears in the display.
The child safety device is now activated.
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Deactivating the Lock
1. To activate, turn on the appliance using the On/Off button.
2. Press and hold LOCK until disappears from the display.
Lock is now deactivated and the appliance is again ready for use.
COOKING WITH THE CONVECTION OVEN
In a conventional oven, the heat sources cycle on and off to maintain an average
temperature in the oven cavity.
As the temperature gradually rises and falls, gentle air currents are produced within
the oven. This natural convection tends to be inefficient because the currents are
irregular and slow. In this convection system the heat is “conveyed” by a fan that
provides continuous circulation of the hot air. This European Convection system
provides state-of-the-art engineering and advanced design to create the finest
convection oven. In standard convection ovens, a fan simply circulates the hot air
around the food. The system is characterized by the combination of an additional
heating element located around the convection fan and the venting panel that
distributes heated air in three dimensions: along the sides, the top, and the full
depth of the oven cavity. This European Convection system aids in maintaining a
more even oven temperature throughout the oven cavity.
The circulating air aids in speeding up the baking process and cooks the food more
evenly. By controlling the movement of heated air, convection cooking produces
evenly browned foods that are crispy on the outside yet moist inside. Convection
cooking works best for breads and pastries as well as meats and poultry. Airleavened foods like Angel food cakes, soufflés, and cream puffs rise higher than in
a conventional oven. Meats stay juicy and tender while the outside is flavorful and
crisp.
By using European Convection, foods can be cooked at a lower temperature and
cooking times can be shorter.
When using this mode, the standard oven temperature should be lowered by 25 °F
(15 °C). Foods requiring less cooking time should be checked slightly earlier than
normal. For best results, foods should be cooked uncovered, in low-sided pans
to take advantage of the forced air circulation. When using the Convection Roast
mode, the standard oven temperature does not need to be reduced.
ADVANTAGES OF CONVECTION COOKING
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Baking on multiple racks at the same time is possible with even results.
Multiple-rack baking saves time.
Prepare whole meals at once with no flavor transfer
Requires no specialized bake ware.
Dehydrates herbs, fruits and vegetables
Saves time and energy.
Convection broiling allows for extraordinary grilling with thicker cuts of food.
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OVEN MODES
Selects the oven function. Each of the functions listed below can be used only with
the correct temperature.
Bake Mode
The top and bottom heating elements will appear.
This is the classic, traditional type of oven which has
been perfected, with exceptional heat distribution
and reduced energy consumption. The convection
oven is still unequaled when it comes to cooking
dishes made up of several ingredients, e.g. cabbage
with ribs, etc. Excellent results are achieved when
preparing veal or beef-based dishes which need to
cook slowly and require basting or the addition of
liquid. It nonetheless remains the best system for
baking cakes as well as fruit and cooking using covered
casserole dishes for oven baking. When cooking in
Bake mode, only use one drip pan or cooking rack at a
time, otherwise the heat distribution will be uneven.
Using the different rack heights available, you can
balance the amount of heat between the top and the
bottom of the oven. Select from among the various
rack heights based on whether the dish needs more or
less heat from the top.
High Broil
The top central heating elements comes on. The
extremely high and direct temperature of the grill
makes it possible to brown the surface of meats and
roasts while locking the juices in to keep them tender.
High Broil is also highly recommended for dishes
that require a high temperature on the surface: beef
steaks, veal, rib steak, filets, hamburgers etc.
Cook food with the oven door ajar.
Some grilling examples are included in the “Practical
Cooking Advice ”paragraph.
Convection The top central heating elements and the fan
Broil
appear. This combination of features increases the
effectiveness of the unidirectional thermal radiation
of the heating elements through forced circulation
of the air throughout the oven. This helps prevent
food from burning on the surface, allowing the heat
to penetrate right into the food. Excellent results
are achieved with kebabs made with meats and
vegetables, sausages, ribs lamb chops, chicken in a
spicy sauce, quail, pork chops, etc.
Cook food in Convection Broil mode with the oven
door shut.
This mode is also ideal for cooking fish steaks, like
swordfish, stuffed cuttlefish etc.
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Convection The bottom and circle heating elements, as well as
Bake
the fan, will appear. This combination rapidly heats
the oven due to the large amounts of power used
by the appliance, which results in the production
of considerable heat coming prevalently from the
bottom.
The Convection Bake mode is ideal for foods requiring
high temperatures to cook, like pizzas and large
roasts. Only use one oven tray or rack at a time.
However,if more than one is used, these must be
turned halfway through the cooking process.
True
The rear heating element and the fan appear. Delicate
European
heat is distributed uniformly throughout the oven.
Convection
This mode is ideal for baking and cooking delicate
foods-especially cakes that need to rise-and for the
preparation of certain tartlets on 3 shelves at the
same time. Here are a few examples: cream puffs,
sweet and savory biscuits, savory puffs, Swiss rolls
and small portions of vegetables au gratin, etc.
Convection The top and bottom heating elements, as well as
Roast Mode the fan, will appear, guaranteeing constant heat
distributed uniformly throughout the oven.
This mode is especially recommended for cooking
prepacked food quickly (as pre-heating is not
necessary), such as for example: frozen or pre-cooked
food) as well as for a few “home-made”dishes.
The best results when cooking using the Convection
Roast mode are obtained if you use one pan only;
placed on the second rack from the bottom. See the
table entitled “Practical Cooking Advice”.
Pizza
The bottom heating element and the fan appear.
Suitable for pastries, cakes and non-dry sweets
in baking tins or moulds. Excellent results are also
obtained in cooking requiring above all heat from the
bottom.
You are advised to put the pan on a low level.
Low Broil
The top heating elements comes on. This mode can
be used to brown food at the end of cooking.
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MultiCooking
Mode
The top and bottom heating elements, as well as the
fan, will appear alternately. Since the heat remains
constant and uniform throughout the oven, the air
cooks and browns food uniformly over its entire
surface. With this mode, you can also cook various
dishes at the same time, as long as their respective
cooking temperatures are the same. A maximum of
2 racks can be used at the same time, following the
instructions in the section entitled: “Cooking On More
Than One Rack”.
This cooking mode is particularly recommended
for dishes requiring a gratin finish or for those
requiring considerably prolonged cooking times,
such as for example: lasagne, pasta backs, roast
chicken and potatoes, etc. Moreover the excellent
heat distribution makes it possible to use lower
temperatures when cooking roasts. This results in
less loss of juices, meat which is more tender and a
decrease in the loss of weight for the roast. The Multicooking mode is especially suited for cooking fish,
which can be prepared with the addition of a limited
amount of condiments, thus maintaining their flavor
and appearance. Excellent results can be attained
when cooking vegetable-based side dishes like
courgettes, aubergines, peppers, etc.
Desserts: this mode is also perfect for baking
leavened cakes.
Moreover, this mode can also be used to thaw
quickly white or red meat and bread by setting the
temperature to 80. To thaw more delicate foods,
set the thermostat to 60 or use only the cold air
circulation feature by setting the thermostat to 0.
Defrost
Mode
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The fan only appears. The fan located on the
bottom of the oven makes the air circulate at room
temperature around the food. This is recommended
for the defrosting of all types of food, but in particular
for delicate types of food which do not require heat,
such as for example: ice cream cakes, cream or
custard desserts, fruit cakes. By using the fan, the
defrosting time is approximately halved. In the case
of meat, fish and bread, it is possible to accelerate
the process using the “Baking”mode and setting the
temperature to 80-100.
COOLING VENTILATION
In order to cool down the exterior of the appliance, this model is equipped with a
cooling fan, which comes on automatically when the oven is hot.
When the fan is on, a normal flow of air can be heard exiting between the oven door
and the control panel.
NOTE: When cooking is done, the fan stays on until the oven cools down sufficiently.
QUICK TIPS
CONVECTION COOKING
ABOUT CONVECTION COOKING
Standard cooking modes (Bake, Broil, etc.) use heat radiated from one or more
elements to cook food. Convection modes use both heat from the elements and
fans in the back of the oven to continuously circulate the heated air throughout the
oven.
ADVANTAGES OF CONVECTION COOKING
•
•
•
Even baking, browning and crisping.
•
•
•
Multiple rack cooking.
Juices and flavors are sealed in.
Air leavened foods such as cream puffs, soufflés, meringues and breads are
higher and lighter.
No special bake ware required.
Saves time and energy.
DO NOT use Convection Bake for meats. Use Convection Roast instead.
Mode
Use this mode for:
For Best results
Quick Cooking Tip
Convection
Bake
•
Large quantities
of food on
multiple racks.
•
Use low-sided,
uncovered
pans.
•
Reduce recipe
temperature by
25°F (15 °C).
•
Pastries, breads,
snack, foods
and appetizers.
•
Center baking
sheets side
to side on the
oven rack.
•
Check food for
doneness early:
If recipe calls for
Check food
1 - 15 min. - 3 min.
early
6 - 30 min. - 5 min.
early
31 min.-1hr. - 10 min.
early
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Convection
Broil
Convection
Roast
•
Thicker, tender,
cuts of meat,
poultry and fish.
•
DO NOT use
this mode for
browning breads
or casseroles.
•
Large, tender
cuts of meat
and poultry
such as roast or
whole chicken.
•
Meats should
be at least 1”
thick.
•
DO NOT cover
meat or use
cooking bags
•
Refer to
Convection
Roast Chart in
this Manual for
cooking times
•
No conversion
from standard
Broil is necessary.
•
Refer to
Convection Broil
Chart in this
Manual for cooking
times.
•
Do NOT
change recipe
temperature
CONVECTION BAKE TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
Reduce recipe baking temperatures by 25°F (15°C).
•
For best results, foods should be cooked uncovered, in low-sided pans to take
advantage of the forced air circulation. Use shiny aluminum pans for best results
unless otherwise specified.
•
Heatproof glass or ceramic can be used. Reduce temperature by another 25°F
(15 °C) when using heatproof glass dishes for a total reduction of 50 °F (30 °C).
•
Dark metal pans may be used. Note that food may brown faster when using dark
metal bake ware.
•
•
The number of racks used is determined by the height of the food to be cooked.
•
Multiple rack cooking for oven meals is done on rack positions 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. All
five racks can be used for cookies, biscuits and appetizers.
Baked items, for the most part, cook extremely well in convection. Do not try to
convert recipes such as custards, quiches, pumpkin pie, or cheesecakes, which
do not benefit from the convection-heating process. Use the regular Bake mode
for these foods.
•
•
•
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2 rack baking: Use positions 1 and 3.
3 rack baking: Use positions 2, 3 and 4 or 1, 3 and 5.
hen baking four cake layers
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at the same time, stagger
pans so that one pan is not
directly above another. For
best results, place cakes on
front of upper rack and back
of lower rack (See graphic at
right). Allow 1” - 11/2” (2.5 3 cm) air space around pans.
•
Converting your own recipe can be easy. Choose a recipe that will work well in
convection.
•
Reduce the temperature and cooking time if necessary. It may take some trial
and error to achieve a perfect result. Keep track of your technique for the next
time you want to prepare the recipe using convection.
FOODS RECOMMENDED FOR CONVECTION BAKE MODE:
Appetizers Biscuits Coffee Cakes, Cookies (2 to 4 racks)
Yeast Breads, Cream Puffs, Popovers, Casseroles, and
One-dish Entrées, Oven Meals (rack positions 1, 2,
3), Air-leavened Foods (Soufflés, Meringue-Topped
Desserts, Angel Food Cakes, Chiffon Cakes)
4
3
2
1
QUICK AND EASY RECIPE TIPS
Converting from standard BAKE to CONVECTION BAKE:
• Reduce the temperature by 25°F (15 °C).
• Use the same baking time as Bake mode if under 10 to 15 minutes.
• Foods with a baking time of less than 30 minutes should be checked
for doneness 5 minutes earlier than in standard bake recipes.
• If food is baked for more than 40 to 45 minutes, bake time should be
reduced by 25%.
CONVECTION BAKE CHART
•
•
Reduce standard recipe temperature by 25°F (15 °C) for Convection Bake.
Temperatures have been reduced in this chart.
FOOD ITEM
RACK
POSITION
TEMP. °F ( °C)
(PREHEATED OVEN)
TIME (Min.)
2
1
1
325 (165)
325 (165)
325 (165)
16-20
37-43
25-35
2
2
350-400 (175-205)
350 (175)
35-45
68-78
2
2
2
325-350 (165-175)
325-350 (165-175)
325 (165)
8-12
10-15
25-30
Cake
Cupcakes
Bundt Cake
Angel Food
Pie
2 crust, fresh, 9”
2 crust, frozen fruit, 9”
Cookies
Sugar
Chocolate Chip
Brownies
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Breads
Yeast bread loaf, 9x5
Yeast rolls
Biscuits
Muffins
2
2
2
2
350 (175)
350-375 (175-190)
375 (190)
400 (205)
15-22
10-15
6-10
13-16
1 and 3
1 and 3
375-425 (190-220)
375-425 (190-220)
12-18
8-14
Pizza (Multiple rack
cooking)
Frozen
Fresh
The TEMP and TIME in the chart above are for the 240 V setting.
This chart is a guide. Follow recipe or package directions and adjust temperatures /
time appropriately.
BAKE TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
Baking is cooking with heated air. Both upper and lower elements in the oven are
used to heat the air but no fan is used to circulate the heat.
Follow the recipe or convenience food directions for baking temperature, time and
rack position. Baking time will vary with the temperature of ingredients and the size,
shape and finish of the baking utensil.
GENERAL GUIDELINES
•
For best results, bake food on a single rack with at least 1” - 1-1/2” (2,5 - 3 cm)
space between utensils and oven walls.
•
•
•
Use one rack when selecting the Bake Mode.
•
When using heatproof glass, reduce temperature by 25 °F (15 °C) from
recommended temperature.
•
•
Use baking sheets with or without sides or jelly roll pans.
•
Do not use aluminum foil or disposable aluminum trays to line any part of the
oven. Foil is an excellent heat insulator and heat will be trapped beneath it. This
will alter the cooking performance and can damage the finish of the oven.
•
Avoid using the opened oven door as a shelf to place pans.
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Check for doneness at the minimum time.
Use metal bake ware (with or without a non-stick finish), heatproof glass, glassceramic, pottery or other utensils suitable for the oven.
Dark metal pans or nonstick coatings will cook faster with more browning.
Insulated bake ware will slightly lengthen the cooking time for most foods.
BAKE CHART
FOOD ITEM
RACK
POSITION
TEMP. °F ( °C)
(PREHEATED OVEN)
TIME (Min.)
2
1
1
350 (175)
350 (175)
350 (175)
19-22
40-45
35-39
2
2
375-400 (190-205)
375 (190)
45-50
68-78
2
2
2
350-375 (175-190)
350-375 (175-190)
350 (175)
8-10
8-13
29-36
2
2
2
2
375 (190)
375-400 (190-205)
375-400 (190-205)
425 (220)
18-22
12-15
7-9
15-19
Cake
Cupcakes
Bundt Cake
Angel Food
Pie
2 crust, fresh, 9”
2 crust, frozen fruit, 9”
Cookies
Sugar
Chocolate Chip
Brownies
Breads
Yeast bread loaf, 9x5
Yeast rolls
Biscuits
Muffins
The TEMP and TIME in the chart above are for the 240 V setting.
This chart is a guide. Follow recipe or package directions and adjust temperatures /
time appropriately.
CONVECTION BROIL TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
•
•
•
Place rack in the required position needed before turning on the oven.
•
Use the 2-piece broil pan. (Without the 2-piece pan there may be a risk of fire
with drip of the fat from the meat).
•
Turn meats once halfway through the cooking time (see Convection Broil Chart).
Use Convection Broil mode with the oven door closed.
Do not preheat oven. (This means, “PREHEAT” indication automatically appears
when the Convection Broil mode is selected, so place food inside the oven
before selecting the Cooking mode)
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CONVECTION BROIL CHART
RACK
POSITION
OVEN TEMP
°F (°C)
TIME SIDE
1 (Min.)*
TIME SIDE
2 (Min.)*
4
4
4
450 (230)
450 (230)
450 (230)
10-12
15-17
16-18
10-12
13-15
13-15
4
4
550 (290)
550 (290)
9-11
11-13
5-8
8-10
4
3
4
450 (230)
450 (230)
450 (230)
18-20
25-27
14-16
13-15
15-18
10-14
Pork Chops (11/4” or more) 4
4
Sausage - fresh
450 (230)
450 (230)
13-15
4-6
12-14
3-5
FOOD AND THICKNESS
Beef
Steak (1” or more)
Medium rare
Medium
Well
Hamburgers (1” or more)
Medium
Well
Poultry
Chicken Quarters
Chicken Halves
Chicken Breasts
Pork
The TEMP. and TIME in the chart above are for the 240 V setting.
* Broiling and convection broiling times are approximate and may vary slightly.
Cooking times are indicative and also depend on the thickness and the starting
temperature of the meat before cooking.
BROIL TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
•
•
•
•
Place rack in the required position needed before turning on the oven.
Use Broil mode with the oven door closed.
Preheat oven for 5 minutes before use.
Use the 2-piece broil pan. (Without using a 2-piece pan may have risk of fire with
drip of the fat from the meat.
NOTE: For best results use only the center 2/3 of the width of the broil pan.
•
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Turn meats once halfway through the cooking time (see Broil Chart).
BROIL CHART
Food and
Thickness
Rack
Position
Broil
Setting
Time Side 1
(Min.)*
Time Side 2
(Min.)*
5
5
5
L5
L5
L5
5-7
6-8
8-10
4-6
5-7
7-9
4
4
L5
L5
8-13
10-15
11
8-12
4
4
L4
L3
10-12
28-30
8-10
13-15
5
5
5
L5
L5
L5
7-9
5-7
4-6
5-7
3-5
3-5
4
L4
10-14
N/A
5
5
5
L5
L5
L5
5-7
6-8
7-9
4-6
4-6
5-7
4
L5
2-3
N/A
3
L5
4-6
Beef
Steak (1” or more)
Medium rare
Medium
Well
Hamburgers (1” or
more)
Medium
Well
Poultry
Breast (bone-in)
Thigh (very well
done)
Pork
Pork Chops (1”)
Sausage - fresh
Ham Slice (1/2”)
Seafood
Fish Filets, 1”
Buttered
Lamb Chops (1”)
Medium Rare
Medium
Well
Bread
Garlic Bread, 1”
slices
Garlic Bread, 1”
slices
The BROIL SETTING and TIME in the chart above are for the 240 V setting.
* Broiling and convection broiling times are approximate and may vary slightly.
Cooking times are indicative and also depend on the thickness and the starting
temperature of the meat before cooking.
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Food Service Temperature Guidelines from FSIS (USDA food Safety &
Inspection Service)
140 °F
(60 °C)
Ham, precooked (to Reheat)
145 °F
(63 °C)
Fresh beef, Veal, Lamb (medium
rare)
160 °F
(71 °C)
Ground Meat & Meat mixtures
(Beef, Pork, Veal, Lamb)
165 °F
(74 °C)
Leftovers & Casseroles
170 °F
(77 °C)
Fresh beef, Veal, Lamb (medium)
Fresh beef, Veal, Lamb
(well done)
Poultry breast
Fresh Pork (medium)
Fresh Pork (well done)
Fresh Ham (raw)
165 °F
(74 °C)
Stuffing (cooked alone or
in bird)
180 °F
(82 °C)
Chicken and Turkey
(Whole)
Egg Dishes
Poultry (thighs and
wings)
Ground Meat & Meat mixtures
(Turkey, Chicken)
Duck and Goose
NOTE: Eggs (alone, not used in a recipe) – cook until yolk & white are firm
CONVECTION ROAST TECHNIQUES
•
Do not preheat for Convection Roast. (This mean, “PREHEAT” indication is
automatically appear when the Convection Roast mode is selected, but place
food inside the oven before selecting the Cooking mode.)
•
•
Roast in a low-sided, uncovered pan.
•
Use the 2-piece broil pan for roasting uncovered. (Without the 2-piece pan, may
have risk of fire with the drip of the fat from the meat.)
When roasting whole chickens or turkey, tuck wings behind back and loosely tie
legs with kitchen string.
WARNING
Burn Hazard
Use an oven mitt to remove temperature probe.
Do not touch broil element.
Failure to do so can result in burns.
•
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Use the probe or a meat thermometer to determine the doneness by checking
internal temperature (see Convection Roast Chart).
•
Double-check the internal temperature of meat or poultry by inserting meat
thermometer into another position.
•
Large poultry may also need to be covered with foil (and pan roasted) during a
portion of the roasting time to prevent over-browning.
•
•
The minimum safe internal temperature for stuffing in poultry is 165°F (74°C).
After removing the item from the oven, cover loosely with foil for 10 to 15
minutes before carving, if necessary, to increase the final foodstuff temperature
by 5° to 10 °F (3° to 6° C).
QUICK AND EASY RECIPE TIPS
Converting from standard bake to convection roast:
• Temperature does not have to be lowered.
•
Roasts, large cuts of meat and poultry generally take 10-20% less cooking time.
Check doneness early.
•
Casseroles or pot roasts that are baked covered in CONVECTION ROAST will
cook in about the same amount of time.
CONVECTION ROAST CHART
WEIGHT
lb (kg)
RACK
POSITION
OVEN
TEMP °F
(°C)
TIME
(Min.
per lb)
Rib Roast
4-6 (2-3)
2
325 (165)
18-22
Rib Eye
Roast,
(boneless)
4-6 (2-3)
2
325 (165)
18-22
Rump, Eye,
Tip, Sirloin
(boneless)
3-6 (1,5-3) 2
325 (165)
Tenderloin
Roast
2-3 (1-1,5) 2
425 (220)
15-20
145 (63) medium
rare
5-8 (2,5-4) 2
350 (175)
18-22
160 (71) medium
3-6 (1,5-3) 2
350 (175)
20-25
160 (71) medium
MEATS
INTERNAL TEMP.
°F (°C)
Beef
20-25
20-25
18-22
20-25
145 (63) medium
rare
160 (71) medium
145 (63) medium
rare
160 (71) medium
145 (63) medium
rare
160 (71) medium
Pork
Loin Roast
(boneless or
bone-in)
Shoulder
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Poultry
3-4 (1,5-2) 2
375 (190)
20-23
180 (82)
1
325 (165)
10-14
180 (82)
1
325 (165)
9-11
180 (82)
1
325 (165)
6-10
180 (82)
1
2
325 (165)
350 (175)
15-20
45-75
total
170 (77)
180 (82)
Half Leg
3-4 (1,5-2) 2
325 (165)
Whole Leg
6-8 (3-4)
325 (165)
20-27
25-32
20-27
25-32
160 (71) medium
170 (77) well
160 (71) medium
170 (77) well
Chicken
whole, not
stuffed
Turkey, not
stuffed
Turkey, not
stuffed
Turkey, not
stuffed
12-15
(6-7,5)
16-20
(8-10)
21-25
(10,512,5)
Turkey Breast 3-8 (1,5-4)
Cornish Hen 1 - 11/2
(0,5-0,75)
Lamb
1
The TEMP and TIME in the chart above are for the 240 V setting.
Cooking times are indicative and also depend on the thickness and the starting
temperature of the meat before cooking.
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GENERAL OVEN CARE
HOW TO USE THE CLEANING CHART
1. Locate the number of the part to be cleaned in the illustration below.
2. Find the part name in the Cleaning Chart.
3. Match the letter with the cleaning method on following page.
CLEANING CHART
Cleaning Method
Part
Cleaning Method
Part
Stainless Steel
Oven
Stainless Steel
Oven
1
Control Panel
C-G
9
End Caps
D
2
Door Cooling
Vent
E
10
Interior Oven
Door
E
3
Side Trim
D
11
Oven Front Frame
E
4
Bottom Trim
D
12
Oven Cavity
E
5
Door Frame
E
13
Door Gasket
B
6
Door Handle
G
14
Oven Cooling
Vents
D
7
Interior Door
Windows
F
15
Oven Rack
A
8
Door Front
C&G
16
Drip Pan
E
Please refer to the following chart for Cleaning Method.
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OVEN FINISHES / CLEANING METHODS
The entire oven can be safely cleaned with a soapy sponge, rinsed and dried. If
stubborn soil remains, follow the recommended cleaning methods below.
•
•
•
•
•
Always use the mildest cleaner that will do the job.
Rub metal finishes in the direction of the grain.
Use clean, soft cloths, sponges or paper towels.
Rinse thoroughly with a minimum of water so it does not drip into door slots.
Dry to avoid water marks.
The cleaners listed below indicate types of products to use and are not being
endorsed. Use all products according to package directions.
Part
Cleaning Method
A Chrome
Plated
Wash with hot sudsy water. Rinse thoroughly and dry. Or, gently rub
with Soft Scrub®, Bon-Ami®, Comet®, Ajax®, Brillo® or S.O.S.® pads
as directed.
Easy Off® or Dow® Oven Cleaners (cold oven formula) can be used,
but may cause darkening and discoloration.
Racks may be cleaned in the oven during the Self-Cleaning mode.
However, chromed racks will lose their shiny finish and permanently
change to a metallic gray.
B Fiberglass DO NOT HAND CLEAN GASKET.
Knit
C Glass
Spray Windex® or Glass Plus® onto a cloth first, then wipe to clean.
Use Fantastik® or Formula 409® to remove grease spatters.
D Painted
Clean with hot sudsy water or apply Fantastik® or Formula 409®
first to a clean sponge or paper towel and wipe clean. Avoid using
powdered cleansers and steel wool pads.
E Porcelain
Immediately wipe up acidic spills like fruit juice, milk and tomatoes
with a dry towel. Do not use a moistened sponge/towel on hot
porcelain. When cool, clean with hot sudsy water or apply BonAmi® or Soft Scrub® to a damp sponge. Rinse and dry. For stubborn
stains, gently use Brillo® or S.O.S.® pads. It is normal for porcelain to
craze (fine lines) with age due to exposure from heat and food soil.
FR
eflective
Glass
Clean with hot sudsy water and sponge or plastic scrubber. Rub
stubborn stains with vinegar, Windex®, ammonia or Bon-Ami® DO
NOT USE HARSH ABRASIVES.
G Stainless
Always wipe or rub with grain. Clean with a soapy sponge then rinse
and dry. Or, wipe with Fantastik® or Formula 409® sprayed onto a
paper towel. Protect and polish with Stainless Steel Magic® and a
soft cloth. Remove water spots with a cloth dampened with white
vinegar. Use Zud®, Cameo®, Bar Keeper’s Friend® or RevereWare
Stainless Steel Cleaner®, to remove heat discoloration.
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OVEN DOOR REMOVAL
The oven door weighs 30 lbs (14kg). For easier installation and more thorough
cleaning, some oven doors may be removed.
When removing the door:
• Make sure oven is cool and power to the oven has been turned off before
removing the door. Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or burns.
•
The oven door is heavy and fragile. Use both hands to remove the oven door.
The door front is glass. Handle carefully to avoid breaking.
•
Grasp only the sides of the oven door. Do not grasp the handle as it may swing in
your hand and cause damage or injury.
•
Failure to grasp the oven door firmly and properly could result is personal injury
or product damage.
•
To avoid injury from hinge bracket snapping closed, be sure that both levers
are securely in place before removing the door. Also, do not force door open or
closed-the hinge could be damaged and injury could result.
Remove the glass panel:
The glass panels on the door can be removed to assist in cleaning.
1. Open the oven door.
2. Grasp the bottom of the inner glass
panel and pull out to remove.
3. Remove the center glass panel.
4. Reassemble the door by reversing the
above steps.
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REPLACING AN OVEN LIGHT
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Make sure the oven and lights are cool and power to the oven has been
turned off before replacing the light bulb(s).
The lenses must be in place when using the oven. The lenses serve to
protect the light bulb from breaking.
The lenses are made of glass. Handle carefully to avoid breakage.
Failure to do so could result in death, electric shock, cuts or burns.
TO REPLACE A LIGHT BULB
Before replacing, make sure the oven is off and cool.
1. Disconnect power at the main power supply
(fuse or breaker box).
2. Remove the glass cover of the lamp-holder.
3. Remove the lamp and replace with a lamp
resistant to high temperatures with the following
characteristics:
• Voltage: 208-240V
•
•
Wattage: 25W
Type: E 14
4. Replace the glass cover.
5. Turn power back on at the main power supply (fuse or breaker box).
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SOLVING BAKING AND ROASTING PROBLEMS
With either Bake or Convection Bake and Convection Roast poor results can occur
for many reasons other than a malfunction of the oven. Check the chart below for
causes of the most common problems. Since the size, shape and material of baking
utensils directly affect the baking results, the best solution may be to replace old
baking utensils that have darkened and warped with age and use. Check the Baking
Charts.
Baking and Roasting Problem
Cause
Food browns unevenly
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Oven not preheated
•
•
•
Cake tested too soon
Food too brown on bottom
Food is dry or has shrunk
excessively
Food is baking or roasting too
slowly
Piecrusts do not brown on
bottom or crust is soggy
Cakes pale, flat and may not
be done inside
Aluminum foil on oven rack or oven bottom
Baking utensil too large for recipe
Pans touching each other or oven walls
Oven not preheated
Using glass, dull or darkened metal pans
Incorrect rack position
Pans touching each other or oven walls
Oven temperature too high
Baking time too long
Oven door opened frequently
Pan size too large
Oven temperature too low
Oven not preheated
Oven door opened frequently
Tightly sealed with aluminum foil
Pan size too small
Baking time not long enough
Using shiny steel pans
Incorrect rack position
Oven temperature is too low
Oven temperature too low Incorrect baking
time
Oven door opened too often
Pan size may be too large
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Cakes high in middle with
crack on top
Piecrust edges too brown
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Oven temperature too high
Baking time too long
Pans touching each other or oven walls
Incorrect rack position
Pan size too small
Oven temperature too high
Edges of crust too thin
SOLVING OPERATIONAL PROBLEMS
Before calling for service, check the following to avoid unnecessary service charges.
Oven Problem
Problem Solving Steps
The oven display
stays OFF
Turn off power at the main power supply (fuse or breaker
box). Turn breaker back on. If condition persists, call an
authorized service center.
Cooling fan continues
to run after oven is
turned off
The fan turns off automatically when the electronic
components have cooled sufficiently.
Oven is not heating
Check the circuit breaker or fuse box to your house.
Make sure there is proper electrical power to the oven.
Make sure the oven temperature has been selected.
Oven is not cooking
evenly
Check oven calibration. Adjust calibration if necessary.
Refer to cook charts for recommended rack position.
Always reduce recipe temperature by 25 °F (15 °C) when
baking with Convention Bake mode.
Oven temperature is
too hot or too cold
The oven thermostat needs adjustment. See Calibrating
Oven Temperature.
Oven light is not
working properly
Replace or reinsert the light bulb if loose or defective.
Touching the bulb with fingers may cause the bulb to
burn out.
Oven light stays on
Check for obstruction in oven door. Check to see if hinge
is bent or door switch broken.
Cannot remove lens
cover on light
There may be a soil build-up around the lens cover. Wipe
lens cover area with a clean dry towel prior to attempting
to remove the lens cover.
Clock and timer are
not working properly
Make sure there is proper electrical power to the oven.
See the Clock and Timer sections.
Excessive moisture
When using bake mode, preheat the oven first.
Convection Bake and Convection Roast will eliminate
any moisture in oven (this is one of the advantages of
convection).
Porcelain chips
When oven racks are removed and replaced, always tilt
racks upward and do not force them to avoid chipping the
porcelain.
FOR MORE HELP, VISIT HAIER.COM OR CALL THE CONSUMER
HELP LINE AT 1‑877‑377‑3639.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
IN-HOME SERVICE
FULL TWO YEAR WARRANTY
For 24 months from the date of original retail
purchase, Haier will repair or replace any part
free of charge including labor that fails due to
a defect in materials or workmanship.
Haier may replace or repair at their sole
discretion any part, sub system including the
entire product.
Product must be accessible, without
encumbrance and installed properly to
receive for warranty repair service.
LIMITED WARRANTY
NOTE: This warranty commences on the
date the item was purchased, and the original
purchase receipt must be presented to the
authorized service representative before
warranty repairs are rendered.
Exceptions: Commercial Use Warranty
90 days labor from date of original purchase
90 days parts from date of original
purchase
No other warranty applies.
FOR WARRANTY SERVICE
All service must be performed by a Haier
authorized service center. For the name and
telephone number of the nearest authorized
service center, please call 1‑877‑337-3639.
Before calling please have available the
following information:
Model number and serial number of your
appliance. The name and address of the
dealer you purchased the unit from and the
date of purchase.
A clear description of the problem.
A proof of purchase (sales receipt).
This warranty covers home appliance
services within the contiguous United
States and Canada and where available in
Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
What is not covered by this warranty:
Replacement or repair of household fuses,
circuit breakers, wiring or plumbing.
A product whose original serial number has
been removed or altered.
Any service charges not specifically identified
as normal such as normal service area or
hours.
Replacement of light bulbs.
Damage to clothing.
Damage incurred in shipping.
Damage caused by improper installation or
maintenance.
Damage from misuse, abuse accident, fire,
flood, or acts of nature.
Damage from service other than an
authorized Haier dealer or service center.
Damage from incorrect electrical current,
voltage or supply.
Damage resulting from any product
modification, alteration or adjustment not
authorized by Haier.
Adjustment of consumer operated controls
as identified in the owner’s manual.
Hoses, knobs, lint trays and all attachments,
accessories and disposable parts.
Labor, service transportation, and shipping
charges for the removal and replacement of
defective parts beyond the initial 24-month
period.
Damage from other than normal household
use.
Any transportation and shipping charges.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS GIVEN
IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS ED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, THE WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE
The remedy provided in this warranty is
exclusive and is granted in lieu of all other
remedies.
This warranty does not cover incidental
or consequential damages, so the above
limitations may not apply to you. Some
states do not allow limitations on how long
an implied warranty lasts, so the above
limitations may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights,
and you may have other rights, which vary
from state to state.
Haier America
Wayne, NJ 07470
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IMPORTANT
Do Not Return This Product To The Store
If you have a problem with this product, please contact the
“Haier Customer Satisfaction Center” at
1-877-337-3639.
DATED PROOF OF PURCHASE, MODEL #, AND SERIAL #
REQUIRED FOR WARRANTY SERVICE
IMPORTANT
Ne pas Réexpédier ce Produit au Magasin
Pour tout problème concernant ce produit, veuillez contacter
le service des consommateurs “Haier Customer Satisfaction Center” au
1-877-337-3639.
UNE PREUVE D’ACHAT DATEE EST REQUISE POUR BENEFICIER DE LA GARANTIE.
IMPORTANTE
No regrese este producto a la tienda
Si tiene algún problema con este producto, por favor contacte el
“Centro de Servicio al Consumidor de Haier” al
1-877-337-3639 (Válido solo en E.U.A).
NECESITA UNA PRUEBA DE DE COMPRA FECHADA, NÚMERO DE MODELO
Y DE SERIE PARA EL SERVICIO DE LA GARANTÍA
Made in China
Fabriqué en Chine
Hecho en China
HCW225LAES
HCW225RAES
Issued: March 2015
Haier America
Wayne, NJ 07470
Printed in China
Part # 00XXXXXXXXX
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