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EN ELECTRIC SLIDE-IN RANGE
A00539701 rev. A (15/01)
Use and care guide
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Finding Information
Table of contents
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Finding information........................................................2
Important safety instructions ....................................3-6
Grounding instructions..................................................7
Features.....................................................................8-11
• Your range features.......................................................8
• Induction cooktop features............................................8
• Oven control Pad Functions.....................................9-11
Getting Started.........................................................12-13
• Setting clock at power up............................................12
• Control panel display modes.......................................12
• Temperature visual display..........................................12
• Oven light....................................................................12
• Control lock.................................................................13
• Setting the kitchen timers............................................13
Surface cooking......................................................14-16
• About the ceramic glass cooktop................................14
• Use the correct cookware type....................................14
• Minimum pan size requirements.................................14
• Cookware recommendations......................................15
• Use quality cookware in good condition......................16
Setting Surface Controls........................................17-18
• Setting the cooktop.....................................................17
• Available cooktop settings...........................................17
• Setting cooktop elements............................................17
• Hot element (HE) message.........................................17
• Suggested cooktop power settings.............................18
• Setting power boost feature........................................18
• Operation noises.........................................................18
Setting the Lower Oven...............................................19
Before setting the oven controls...........................20-21
• Air circulation in the oven............................................20
• Oven vents location.....................................................20
• Oven racks position.....................................................20
• Oven racks.............................................................20-21
Regular rack....................................................................20
Glide rack.........................................................................21
Setting Oven Controls.............................................22-35
• Baking.........................................................................22
• Cook time....................................................................23
• End time......................................................................23
• Convection baking.......................................................24
• Convection convert.....................................................25
• Rapid preheat..............................................................25
• Convection roasting....................................................26
• Broiling........................................................................27
• Convection broiling......................................................28
• Keep warm..................................................................29
• Slow cook....................................................................29
• Dehydrating.................................................................30
• Defrosting....................................................................30
• Bread proofing.............................................................31
• Perfect turkey..............................................................31
• Temperature probe......................................................32
• Multi stage...................................................................33
• My favorite...................................................................34
• Sabbath feature...........................................................35
Setting your preferences........................................36-38
Setting self-clean cycle...........................................39-40
Care & Cleaning.......................................................41-46
Solutions to Common Problems............................47-50
Baking Problems........................................................47
Solutions...............................................................48-50
Warranty Information...................................................51
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Important Safety Instructions
Read all instructions before using this appliance.
This manual contains important safety symbols and instructions. Please pay attention to these
symbols and follow all instructions given. Do not attempt to install or operate your appliance until
you have read the safety precautions in this manual.
Definitions
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used
to alert you to potential personal injury hazards.
Obey all safety messages that follow this
symbol to avoid possible injury or death. Do not
attempt to install or operate your appliance until
you have read the safety precautions in this
manual. Safety items throughout this manual
are labeled with a WARNING or CAUTION
statement based on the risk type.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury.
IMPORTANT! indicates installation, operation, maintenance or valuable information
that is not hazard related.
Tip Over Hazard
• A child or adult can tip the
range and be killed.
• Verify the anti-tip device has
been installed to floor or wall.
• Ensure the anti-tip device is re-engaged to floor
or wall when the range is moved.
• Do not operate the range without the anti-tip
device in place and engaged.
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death or serious burns to children and adults.
To check if the anti-tip bracket is
installed properly, use both arms
and grasp the rear edge of range
back. Carefully attempt to tilt range
forward. When properly installed,
the range should not tilt forward.
Refer to the anti-tip bracket installation
instructions supplied with your range for proper
installation.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in death or
serious injury.
This unit has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to Part 18
of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This unit generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this unit does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the unit off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antennae.
• Increase the distance between the unit and receiver.
• Connect the unit into an outlet or a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
•
Remove all tape and packaging wrap before
using the appliance. Destroy the carton and
plastic bags after unpacking the appliance.
Never allow children to play with packaging
material.
Save these instructions for future reference.
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Important Safety Instructions
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Persons with a pacemaker or similar medical
device should exercise caution using or standing
near an induction unit while it is in operation, as
the electromagnetic field may affect the working
of the pacemaker or similar medical device.
It would be advisable to consult your Doctor
or the pacemaker or similar medical device
manufacturer about your particular situation.
•
Proper Installation—Be sure your appliance is
properly installed and grounded by a qualified
technician in accordance in the United States
with National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No.
70—latest edition and local code requirements,
and in Canada with CSA C22.1 PART 1—latest
edition and local code requirements. Install
only per installation instructions provided in the
literature package for this appliance.
Ask your dealer to recommend a qualified
technician and an authorized repair service. Know
how to disconnect the electrical power to the
range at the circuit breaker or fuse box in case of
an emergency.
•
User Servicing—Do not repair or replace
any part of the appliance unless specifically
recommended in the manuals. All other servicing
should be done only by a qualified technician to
reduce the risk of personal injury and damage to
the appliance.
•
Never modify or alter the construction of a
range by removing leveling legs, panels, wire
covers, anti-tip brackets/screws, or any other
part of the product.
Storage in or on Appliance—Flammable
materials should not be stored in an oven, near
surface units or in the drawer (if equipped).
This includes paper, plastic and cloth items, such
as cookbooks, plasticware and towels, as well
as flammable liquids. Do not store explosives,
such as aerosol cans, on or near the appliance.
Flammable materials may explode and result in
fire or property damage.
Do not store items of interest to children in
the cabinets above the appliance. Children
climbing on the range to reach items could be
seriously injured.
•
Do not leave children alone. Children should not
be left alone or unattended in the area where
an appliance is in use. They should never be
allowed to sit or stand on any part of the appliance.
•
DO NOT TOUCH SURFACE UNITS, AREAS
NEAR THESE UNITS, OVEN HEATING
ELEMENTS OR INTERIOR SURFACES OF THE
OVEN OR WARMER DRAWER (if equipped).
Both surface units and oven heating elements may
be hot even though they are dark in color. Areas
near surface units may become hot enough to
cause burns. During and after use, do not touch,
or let clothing or other flammable materials touch
these areas until they have had sufficient time to
cool. Among these areas are the cooktop, surfaces
facing the cooktop, the oven vent openings and
surfaces near these openings, oven door and
window.
•
Wear Proper Apparel—Loose-fitting or hanging
garments should never be worn while using the
appliance. Do not let clothing or other flammable
materials contact hot surfaces.
• Do not use the oven or warmer drawer (if
equipped) for storage.
• Stepping, leaning or sitting on the door
or drawer of this appliance can result
in serious injuries and may also cause
damage to the appliance. Do not allow
children to climb or play around the appliance.
The weight of a child on an open door may
cause the appliance to tip, resulting in serious
burns or other injury. An open drawer, when
hot, may cause burns.
Never use your appliance for warming or heating
the room.
•
Do Not Use Water or Flour on Grease Fires—
Smother the fire with a pan lid, or use baking
soda, a dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher.
•
When heating fat or grease, watch it closely.
Fat or grease may catch fire if allowed to become
too hot.
Save these instructions for future reference.
Important Safety Instructions
•
Use Only Dry Potholders—Moist or damp
potholders on hot surfaces may result in burns
from steam. Do not let the potholders touch hot
heating surface units or interior oven elements.
Do not use a towel or other bulky cloth instead of
a potholder.
•
Do Not Heat Unopened Food Containers—Build
up of pressure may cause the container to burst
and result in injury.
•
Remove the oven door from any unused
appliance if it is to be stored or discarded.
•
IMPORTANT—Do not attempt to operate the
oven during a power failure. If the power fails,
always turn the oven off. If the oven is not turned
off and the power resumes, the oven may begin to
operate again. Food left unattended could catch
fire or spoil.
to cover the surface unit. The use of undersized
utensils will expose a portion of the surface heating
unit to direct contact and may result in ignition
of clothing. Proper relationship of utensil to the
surface unit will also improve efficiency.
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Utensil Handles Should Be Turned Inward and
Should Not Extend Over Adjacent Surface
Units—To reduce the risk of burns, ignition
of flammable materials, and spillage due to
unintentional contact with the utensil. The handle
of the utensil should be positioned so that it is
turned inward, and does not extend over adjacent
surface unit.
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Never Leave Surface Units Unattended—
Boilovers cause smoking and greasy spillovers that
may ignite, or a pan that has boiled dry may melt.
•
Protective liners— Do not use aluminum foil to
line oven bottom or any other part of the appliance.
Only use aluminum foil as recommended for baking
if used as a cover placed on the food. Any other
use of protective liners or aluminum foil may result
in a risk of electric shock or fire or a short circuit.
•
Glazed Cooking Utensils—Only certain types
of glass, glass/ceramic, ceramic, earthenware,
or other glazed utensils are suitable for cooktop
service without breaking due to the sudden
change in temperature. Check the manufacturer’s
recommendations for cooktop use.
•
Do Not Use Decorative Surface Element
Covers. If an element is accidentally turned on,
the decorative cover will become hot and possibly
melt. Burns will occur if the hot covers are touched.
Damage may also be done to the cooktop.
•
When flaming foods under a ventilating hood,
turn on the fan.
• Be sure to have an appropriate foam-type
fire extinguisher available, visible, and easy
accessible located near the appliance.
Never cover any slots, holes, or passages in
the oven bottom or cover an entire oven rack
with materials such as aluminum foil. Aluminum foil linings may trap heat, causing a fire
hazard.
Electronic controllers can be damaged by cold
temperatures. When you use your appliance
for the first time, or if it has not been used for
a long period of time, make sure that it has
been exposed to a temperature above 0°C/32°F
for at least 3 hours before connecting it to the
power supply.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR
USING YOUR COOKTOP
•
Know which keys control each surface cooking
zone. Place pan with food on the cooking zone
before turning it on. Turn the cooking zone off
before removing food.
• Use Proper Pan Size—This appliance is equipped
with one or more surface units of different sizes.
Select utensils having flat bottoms large enough
FOR GLASS COOKTOPS ONLY
•
Do Not Clean or Operate a Broken Cooktop
—If cooktop should break, cleaning solutions and
spillovers may penetrate the broken cooktop and
create a risk of electric shock. Contact a qualified
technician immediately.
•
Clean Cooktop Glass with Caution—If a wet
sponge or cloth is used to wipe spills on a hot
cooking area, be careful to avoid a steam burn.
Some cleaners can produce harmful fumes if
applied to a hot surface.
•
Avoid scratching the cooktop glass with sharp
objects.
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Important Safety Instructions
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR
USING YOUR OVEN
CLEANING YOUR RANGE
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Use Care When Opening Door or Drawer—Stand
to the side of the appliance when opening the door
of a hot oven. Let hot air or steam escape before
you remove or replace food in the oven/warmer
drawer.
•
Keep Oven Vent Ducts Unobstructed. The
oven is vented at the front above the oven door
(ceramic glass cooktop models) or through the right
rear element (coil element models). Touching the
surfaces in this area when the oven is operating
may cause severe burns. Also, do not place plastic
or heat-sensitive items on or near the oven vent.
These items could melt or ignite.
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Placement of Oven/Warmer Drawer (if
equipped) Racks. Always place oven racks in
desired location while oven/drawer (if equipped)
is cool. Remove all utensils from the rack before
removing rack. If rack must be moved while oven
is hot, use extreme caution. Use potholders and
grasp the rack with both hands to reposition. Do
not let potholders contact the hot oven element or
interior of the oven/warmer drawer (if equipped).
Do not use a broiler pan without its insert. The
broiler pan and grid allow dripping fat to drain and
be kept away from the high heat of the broiler.
•
Do not cover your broiler or warmer drawer (if
equipped) grid with aluminum foil. Exposed fat
and grease could ignite.
•
Do not touch a hot light bulb with a damp cloth.
Doing so could cause the bulb to break. Disconnect
the appliance or turn off the power to the appliance
before removing and replacing light bulb.
•
Do not cook food on the oven bottom. Always
cook in proper bakeware and always use the
oven racks.
•
Clean the range regularly to keep all parts free
of grease that could catch fire. Exhaust fan
ventilation hoods and grease filters should be kept
clean. Do not allow grease to accumulate. Greasy
deposits in the fan could catch fire. Refer to the
hood manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning.
•
Cleaners/aerosols—Always follow the
manufacturer’s recommended directions for use.
Be aware that excess residue from cleaners and
aerosols may ignite causing damage and/or injury.
SELF-CLEANING OVENS
• Clean in the self-cleaning cycle only the parts
of the oven listed in this owner’s guide. Before
self-cleaning the oven, remove all utensils stored
in the oven.
• Do not clean the oven door gasket. The door
gasket is essential for a good seal. Care should
be taken not to rub, damage or move the gasket.
• Oven racks. Oven racks may be damaged if not
properly used and maintained. See the Self-Clean
and Care and Cleaning section for information on
how to properly care for your oven racks.
• Do not use oven cleaners. No oven cleaner or
oven liner protective coating of any kind should be
used in or around any part of the oven.
The health of some birds is extremely sensitive
to the fumes given off during the self-clean
cycle of any range. Move birds to another well
ventilated room.
Important safety notice
The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic
Enforcement Act requires the Governor of California
to publish a list of substances known to the state
to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive
harm, and requires businesses to warn customers of
potential exposure to such substances.
Save these instructions for future reference.
Grounding Instructions
ELECTRIC MODELS WITH NO
FACTORY-SUPPLIED POWER
CORD
(USA electric, international, etc)
Avoid fire hazard or electrical shock. Failure to
follow this warning may cause serious injury, fire, or
death.
For personal safety, this appliance must be
properly grounded. For maximum safety, the power
cord must be plugged into an electrical outlet that
is the correct voltage, is correctly polarized and
properly grounded in accordance with local codes.
It is the personal responsibility of the consumer
to have the appropriate outlet with the correct,
properly grounded wall receptacle installed by
a qualified electrician. It is the responsibility and
obligation of the consumer to contact a qualified
installer to assure that the electrical installation
is adequate and is in conformance with all local
codes and ordinances.
See the installation instructions packaged with this
appliance for complete installation and grounding
instructions.
CANADIAN ELECTRIC MODELS
For models factory-equipped with a power cord:
Avoid fire hazard or electrical shock. Failure to
follow this warning may cause serious injury, fire, or
death.
For personal safety, this appliance must be
properly grounded. For maximum safety, the power
cord must be plugged into an electrical outlet that
is the correct voltage, is correctly polarized and
properly grounded in accordance with local codes.
Power supply
cord with 4-prong
grounding plug
240V grounded
wall receptacle
It is the personal responsibility of the consumer
to have the appropriate outlet with the correct,
properly grounded wall receptacle installed by a
qualified electrician.
See the installation instructions packaged with this
appliance for complete installation and grounding
instructions.
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Features
Your range features
Ceramic glass cooktop
Touch activated
glass control panel
Large metal
handle
Glass oven door
Lower oven
door
Oven vent
Oven Door Latch
Broiling Element
Dual-Fan Convection
Oven Rack Support
Lower oven rack
Convection
Roasting rack
Broiler pan grid
Broiler pan
Induction cooktop features
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USING THE COOKTOP
7” Induction
element
6” Induction
element
A COOLER COOKTOP- A unique feature of the Induction
Cooktop is whether turned ON or OFF, the cooktop surface
remains cooler than standard ceramic cooktops.
The Cooking Zones may appear to be cool while turned ON
and after they have been turned OFF. The glass surface may
be HOT from residual heat transferred from the cookware and
burns may occur.
MAGNETIC DETECTOR- The coil sensor automatically detects
whether the pan is magnetic and eliminates accidental “turn-ONs.”
PAN SIZE DETECTION- The pan recognition sensor automatically
detects and adapts the Cooking Zones to the pan sizes in use.
EFFICIENT- Induction cooking heats faster while using less energy.
Induction power levels are quick to boil and delicate when simmering.
8” Induction
element
10” Induction
element
Features
Oven control pad functions
1.
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Light Pad- Used to turn the oven light on and
off.
2. Bake Pad- Used to enter the normal baking
mode temperature.
3. Broil Pad- Used to select the variable broil
mode.
4. Convection Bake Pad- Used to select the
convection baking mode.
5. Convection Roast Pad- Used to select the
convection roasting mode.
6. Convection Broil Pad- Used to select the
convection broil mode.
7. Keep Warm Pad- Used to select the keep
warm mode.
8. Slow Cook Pad- Used to select the slow cook
mode.
9. Perfect Turkey Pad- Used to select the perfect
turkey cooking mode.
10. Control Lock Pad- Used to disable all oven
function.
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11. Multi Stage Pad- Used to enter up to three
subsequent modes.
12. Cook Options Pad- Used to light up the
cooking options pads.
13. Cook Time Pad- Used to set a cooking
duration time.
14. End Time Pad- Used to select the time at
which the cooking will end.
15. Probe Pad- Used to activate the meat probe
mode.
16. Rapid Preheat Pad- Used to preheat the oven
to the desired temperature.
17. Convection Convert Pad- Used to convert
a standard temperature to a convection
temperature.
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Features
Oven control pad functions
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18. Defrost Pad- Used to select the defrost mode.
19. Dehydrate Pad- Used to select the dehydrate
mode.
20. Bread Proof Pad- Used to select the bread
proof mode.
21. Clean Pad- Used to select the self-cleaning
mode.
22. My Favorite 1 Pad- Used to save or recall the
favorite 1 cooking mode.
23. My Favorite 2 Pad- Used to save or recall the
favorite 2 cooking mode.
24. My Favorite 3 Pad- Used to save or recall the
favorite 3 cooking mode.
25 Lite Pad- Used to start a 2 hours self-clean
cycle.
26. Med Pad- Used to start a 3 hours self-clean
cycle.
27. Heavy Pad- Used to start a 4 hours self-clean
cycle.
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28. Upper Oven Pad- Used to activate the upper
oven for cooking operation.
29. Lower Oven Pad- Used to activate the lower
oven for cooking operation.
30. User Preference Pad- Used to bring the user
preference menu in the display.
31. Cancel Pad- Used to cancel any function
previously entered except the time of day
and minute timer. Push Cancel pad to stop
cooking.
32. Timer Pads- Used to set or cancel the minute
timer. The minute timer does not start or stop
cooking.
33. Start Pad- Used to start all oven functions.
34. 0 Thru 9 Number Pads- Used to enter
temperature and times.
35. - lo Pad- Used to lower the temperature and
times.
36. + hi Pad- Used to raise the temperature and
times.
Features
Oven control pad functions
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37. ON / OFF Pad- Used to toggle ON and OFF
the associated induction element.
38. HI + Pad- Used to select the “Power Boost”
temperature or raise the temperature currently
displayed.
39. MED Pad- Used to select the medium
temperature.
40. LO - Pad- Used to select the lowest
temperature or lower the temperature currently
displayed.
41. Pan Detection Indicator Ring- Will light up
when a pan made of magnetic material is
placed in a cooking zone.
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42. Left Front Zone Controls and Display- Used
to set the left front cooking zone power levels.
43. Left Rear Zone Controls and Display- Used
to set the left rear cooking zone power levels.
44. Right Front Zone Controls and DisplayUsed to set the right front cooking zone power
levels.
45. Right Rear Zone Controls and DisplayUsed to set the right rear cooking zone power
levels.
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Getting Started
Setting clock at power up
Temperature visual display
When the unit is first plugged in, or when the power
supply to the range has been interrupted, the timer in
the display will flash with “12:00”. The clock cannot
be set when the oven is on. If an invalid time of day
is entered, the control will triple beep to prompt you
to re-enter a valid time of day.
To set the clock (example for 1:30):
1. Press 1 3 0 pads to set the time of day to 1:30.
The pads hi or lo can also be pressed to raise
or lower the actual time displayed.
Your oven is equipped with a temperature visual
display for each oven. When a cooking mode is set,
the actual temperature will be shown in the display
and will rise as the unit preheats. When the unit has
reached its target temperature, a chime will sound
to remind you to place the food in the oven. This
feature will be active with some cooking modes;
bake, convection bake, convection roast and perfect
turkey. The cooking modes which does not feature
the temperature visual display will be noted in their
descriptions.
NOTE: The lowest temperature that can be displayed
is 100°F.
2. Press START to accept the changes or CANCEL
to start with a time of 12:00.
Control panel display modes
Sleep Mode:
Your control will remain in a sleep mode when not in
use. Only the clock will display during this mode. You
will need to wake the control to begin any function.
Oven light
Your appliance includes a “theater” style oven lighting
feature that gradually lights both the upper and lower
oven interiors to full brightness. The upper oven is
equipped with 2 halogen lights and the lower oven is
equipped with 1 halogen light. The oven lights will turn
on automatically when the oven door is opened. The
oven light may be turned on when the door is closed
by using the oven light pad located on the control
panel. The oven light key will toggle the lights in both
ovens at the same time at full intensity.
NOTE: For best results, keep the oven light turned
OFF during baking. Remember to turn the light OFF
after checking food.
To toggle the Oven Lights ON and OFF:
Wake Mode:
To wake the control, touch within the display panel.
After 2 minutes without activity the control will chime
and go back into sleep mode.
To start a cooking feature you must select either the
upper oven or the lower oven. User preferences will
be available during this mode as well as timers, oven
light and the control lock.
1. Press OVEN LIGHT
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Getting Started
Control lock
Setting the kitchen timers
The Control Lock feature automatically locks the
upper oven door, control panel and the cooktop. The
Control Lock is only allowed when the oven and the
cooktop are turned OFF (not active). DOOR LOCK
will flash in the display for 20 seconds or until the door
has finished locking. Once the door has been locked,
Loc message will appear in the upper display and “- -”
will appear in the cooktop displays. Do not attempt to
open the oven door while DOOR LOCK is flashing.
This unit is equipped with 2 Kitchen Timers which
serves as extra timers in the kitchen that will chime
when the set time has run out. It does not start or stop
cooking. The Timer feature can be used during any of
the other oven control functions and cooking modes
To toggle the Control Lock ON and
OFF:
1. Keep CONTROL LOCK
pressed for 3 seconds.
See example below to set the timer for 5 minutes:
Example
Step
Press
1. Press TIMER. “00:00” will appear
in the display.
2. Enter 5 minutes. The pads hi or
lo can also be pressed to raise or
lower the actual time displayed.
3. Press TIMER. to accept and start
the countdown.
4. When the set time has run out,
“00:00” will be displayed and the
pad will flash. The clock
TIMER
will sound a chime that will be
repeated at regular intervals until
pad is pressed.
the TIMER
To cancel the Timer before the set time has run
out:
. The display will return to the time
Press TIMER
of day.
NOTE
The timer(s) will not affect the cooking process.
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Surface Cooking
About the ceramic glass
cooktop
Minimum pan size
requirements
The ceramic cooktop has inductor elements located
below the surface of the glass. The design of the
ceramic cooktop outlines the area of the inductor
element underneath. Make sure the diameter of the
pan matches the size of the element outline on the
cooktop. Only flat-bottom cookware should be used.
Heat may be transferred from the cookware to the
ceramic glass and the areas surrounding the elements
may become hot enough to cause burns. The type
and size of cookware, the number of inductor elements
in use and the settings, are all factors that will affect
the amount of heat that will spread to areas beyond
the surface elements
USE THE CORRECT SIZE COOKWARE - The
Cooking Zones available on the Induction Cooktop
require a MINIMUM pan size to be used at each
location. The shorter marking of each Cooking Zone
is your guide to the correct MINIMUM pan size. The
pan bottom must FULLY cover the inner ring for
proper cooking to occur.
Use the correct cookware
type
The magnetic Cooking Zone sensors located below
the cooktop surface require the use of cookware
made with magnetic material in order to start the
heating process on any of the Cooking Zones.
When purchasing pans, look for cookware specifically
identified by the manufacturer for use with Induction
cooktops. If you are not sure, use a magnet to test
whether the cookware type will work. If a magnet
sticks to the bottom of the cookware, the material
type is correct for Induction cooking.
It is recommended to always use heavier high quality
stainless steel cookware on your Induction Cooktop
surface. This will greatly reduce the possibility of
developing scratches on the ceramic surface.
Even quality cookware can scratch the cooktop
surface, especially if cookware is slid over the ceramic
cooktop surface without being lifted up. Over time
sliding ANY type of cookware over the ceramic
cooktop will likely alter the overall appearance of the
cooktop. Eventually the buildup of scratches will make
cleaning the surface difficult and degrade the overall
appearance of the cooktop.
The longer marking at each Cooking Zone is helpful to
determine the pan MAXIMUM size. After centering the
cookware on the cooktop, make sure the cookware
does not extend more than 1/2” beyond the longer
marking on the Cooking Zone. The pan must make
FULL contact on the glass surface without the bottom
of the pan touching the metal cooktop trims.
NOTE: If a pan made of the correct material is
centered properly on any of the active Cooking Zones
but is TOO SMALL, the circle around the digital part
of the display will stay off and the pan will not heat.
NOTE: Pan bottom
should not exceed
1/2” (13mm) from
Cooking Zone
(Induction) longer
marking.
Surface Cooking
Cookware recommendations
INCORRECT
CORRECT
• Cookware not centered on Cooking
Zone surface.
• Cookware centered correctly on
Cooking Zone surface.
• Curved or warped pan bottoms or
sides.
• Flat pan bottom & straight sides.
• Pan does not meet the minimum
size required for the Cooking Zone
used.
• Pan size meets or exceeds the
recommended minimum size for the
Cooking Zone.
• Pan bottom rests on cooktop trim
or does not rest completely on the
cooktop surface.
• Pan rests completely on the Cooktop
surface.
• Heavy handle tilts pan.
• Pan is properly balanced.
Fig. 1
PLEASE NOTE- ANY one of the incorrect conditions listed above in Fig. 1 may be detected by
the sensors located below the ceramic cooktop surface. If the cookware does not meet any of
these conditions, one or more of the Cooking Zones will not heat indicated by the turned off circle
surrounding the digital display for that affected zone. Correct the problems before attempting to
reactivate the cooktop.
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Surface Cooking
Use quality cookware in good
condition
The cookware used with the Induction Cooktop
should have flat bottoms that make good contact
with the entire surface of the Cooking Zone. Check
for flatness by rotating a ruler across the bottom of
the cookware (See Fig. 1). Be sure to follow all the
recommendations for using cookware.
The Cooking Zones may appear to be cool while
turned ON and after they have been turned OFF.
The glass surface may be HOT from residual
heat transferred from the cookware and burns
may occur.
DO NOT TOUCH HOT COOKWARE or PANS
directly with hands. Always use oven mitts or
pot holders to protect hands from burns.
DO NOT SLIDE Cookware across the cooktop
surface. Doing so may permanently damage the
appearance of the ceramic cooktop.
Home Canning
Fig. 1
Also remember to:
• Use cookware made with the correct material
type for Induction Cooking.
• Use quality cookware with heavier bottoms for
better heat distribution allowing for more even
cooking results.
• The pan size should match the amount of food
being prepared.
• Do not let pans boil dry. This may cause
permanent damage in the form of breakage,
fusion, or marring that can affect the ceramic
cooktop. (This type of damage is not covered by
your warranty).
• Do not use dirty pans with grease buildup.
Always use pans that are easy to clean after
cooking.
• Do not straddle cookware between two cooking
zones, unless that cookware is designed for this
purpose, such as a griddle.
Prior to using your cooktop for the first time, apply
the recommended cooktop cleaning creme to the
ceramic surface. Buff with a non-abrasive cloth or
pad. This will make cleaning easier when soiled from
cooking. The special cooktop cleaning cream leaves a
protective finish on the glass to help prevent scratches
and abrasions.
Be sure to read and observe all the following
points when home canning with your appliance.
Check with the United States Department of
Agriculture (USDA) website and be sure to read
all the information they have available as well as
follow their recommendations for home canning
procedures.
• Use only quality flat bottom canners when home
canning. Use a straight-edge to check canner
bottom (see See “Use quality cookware in good
condition).
• Use only a completely flat bottom canner with no
ridges that radiate from the bottom center when
home canning using a range with a ceramic
glass cooktop.
• Make sure the diameter of the canner does
not exceed 1 inch beyond the cooking zone
markings.
• It is recommended to use smaller diameter
canners on ranges with ceramic glass or open
coil electric cooktops.
• Start with hot tap water to bring water to boil
more quickly.
• Use the highest heat setting when first bringing
the water to a boil. Once boiling is achieved,
reduce heat to lowest possible setting to
maintain that boil.
IMPORTANT! Never place or straddle cookware
over two different surface cooking zones heating
at the same time. This will cause uneven heating
results and could cause the ceramic cooktop to
fracture. The only exception is when using large
cookware or the griddle with the bridge elements
activated.
Setting Surface Controls
Setting the cooktop
The cooktop control provides 4 digital display windows
to help set power levels for the heating zones located
on the cooktop. These settings work the same way as
normal knob settings except the settings are displayed
in LCD style displays.
Available cooktop settings
Your control provides 23 different settings for each
cooking zone. Some of these power levels include Lo
(1%) Fig. 1, 5.0 (medium 50%) Fig. 2, Hi (100%) Fig.
3, Pb (Power Boost) Fig. 4.
The hi+ and lo- keys provide incremental adjustments
for more precise control when changing settings
between the lower heat levels (Lo to 3.0 power levels).
Higher heat level setting changes (between 3.0 to HI)
will change much faster.
Display Settings Changes
Setting / Power
Incremental change
Lo to 3.0 (1-30%)
0.2
3.0 to 7.0 (30-70%)
0.5
7.0 to Hi (70-100%)
1.0
Setting cooktop elements
• If needed, wake the control panel.
• Touch the ON OFF key for the desired heating
zone.
• Press the desired power level key (hi+, med or
lo-) or for more precise level settings use the hi+
or lo- keys to make specific level changes.
Hot element (HE) message
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
• The ON OFF key pad is used to power-up or
power-off the cooking zone.
• The hi+ key pad is used to set the cooking zone
at Power Boost (Fig. 4) when used after the ON
OFF key is pressed. It can also be used during
cooking to raise the power setting.
• The med key pad is used to set the cooking zone
at 5.0 (Fig. 2).
• The lo- key pad is used to set the cooking zone
at Lo (Fig. 1) if used after the ON OFF key pad.
It can also be used at any moment to lower the
power setting of the cooking zone.
After using any of the
induction heating zones,
the ceramic cooktop will
become very hot from
heat transferred by the
cookware. Even after
turning the control off, the
cooktop will remain hot for
some time.
The cooktop control
monitors the temperature
of the cooktop surface
and displays a message
Fig. 5
“HE” (hot element) when
the cooktop is still too hot to touch -Fig. 5-. If
the HE message remains displayed in the LCD,
the heating zone may be set again and used for
cooking.
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Setting Surface Controls
Suggested cooktop power
settings
Use the chart below to determine the suggested
setting for the type of food you are preparing when
using the cooktop.
Recommended surface setting chart
Setting
Type of Cooking
POWER
BOOST (Pb)
Start most foods; bring water to a
boil and pan broiling.
HIGH (8-HI)
Continue a rapid boil; frying,
deep fat frying.
MEDIUM (6)
Maintain a slow boil; thicken
sauces and gravies; steaming
vegetables..
MEDIUM
Keep foods cooking; poaching
and stewing.
LOW (4- 5)
LOW (Lo-3)
Setting power boost feature
Your induction cooktop is equipped with a Power
Boost feature on each cooking zone. The Power
Boost feature is used to bring large quantities of
water or food to cooking temperature at the fastest
speed possible. The Power Boost feature will give
you up to 139% power output for a maximum of 10
minutes.
To Turn ON the Power Boost Feature:
- Press the ON OFF pad to turn on the cooking zone
you want to set to Power Boost.
- Press the “hi +” key pad and the PB will be shown
in the display (figure 1).
Keep warm, melting and
simmering.
Heat may be transferred from the cookware to
the ceramic glass and the areas surrounding the
elements may become hot enough to cause burns.
The Hot Element Message Light will turn on and
will continue to glow until the glass cooktop
has cooled down to a moderate level. The glass
surface may still be hot and burns may occur if
the glass surface is touched before the indicator
light has turned OFF.
Do not place plastic items such as salt and
pepper shakers, spoon holders or plastic
wrappings on top of the range when it is in
use. These items could melt or ignite. Potholders,
towels or wooden spoons could catch fire if placed
too close to the surface elements.
Figure 1
To set the Power Boost, press hi +
when the zone is first turned on.
Operational noises
The electronic processes involved with Induction
Cooking create some unusual background noises.
These noises are normal and part of the Induction
Cooking process.
Please note that these noises are more noticeable
while cooking at the Power BOOST level. Very loud
noises are not part of normal Induction Cooking.
Setting the Lower Oven
Lower oven operation
The lower oven provides three basic modes, baking,
slow cooking and warming. The lower oven is ideal
for cooking foods such as pizza, casseroles, baked
potatoes and frozen convenience foods. Use the keep
warm feature to keep hot cooked foods at serving
temperature. The lower oven can only be used with
some cooking modes; Bake, Slow Cook and Keep
Warm (read their sections for precise instructions).
Keep children away from the lower oven when hot. Failure to do so can result in burns.
Do not use plastic wrap to cover food. Plastic
may melt onto the drawer or surrounding areas
and be very difficult to clean. Use a lid or aluminum
foil instead. Use only utensils and cookware in the
oven drawer that are recommended for oven use
in the upper oven.
• When using the lower oven, limit the number of
times the drawer is opened; this will minimize heat
loss. Repeated opening of the drawer during the
cooking process may increase cooking times and
produce uneven cooking results. The cooking times
for the lower oven may vary slightly from the upper
oven.
•
Always use oven mitts when removing food from
the lower oven. The lower oven rack, compartment,
cookware/plates may be hot.
Lower Oven Tips:
•
•
•
•
•
The lower oven rack must always be in place
when cooking or warming. Be sure that the rack is
placed with the down turned sides into the drawer.
This will provide for some air space between the
drawer and the food.
When placing food in the lower oven always use a
baking sheet or pan with 4 raised sides to prevent
food from sliding off.
DO NOT LINE THE OVEN DRAWER WITH FOIL
OR COVER THE OVEN RACK WITH FOIL. This
may result in damage to your oven.
The maximum height of foods and utensils that
may be used in the lower oven is 4”. The maximum
width is 15”. Pay close attention to foods that
have potential to rise beyond the recommended
4” maximum height.
Use pans in the lower oven large enough to contain
food and any juices created from the cooking
process.
NOTE: The lower oven will not operate when the
upper oven is set for self-cleaning or if the control
lockout feature is active.
Should an oven fire occur, close the drawer and
turn the lower oven OFF. If the fire continues, use
a fire extinguisher. DO NOT put water or flour on
the fire. Flour may be explosive.
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Before Setting the Oven Controls
Air circulation in the oven
Oven racks
For best air circulation and baking results allow 2-4"
(5-10 cm) around the cookware for proper air circulation
and be sure pans and cookware do not touch each other,
the oven door, sides or back of the oven cavity. The
hot air must circulate around the pans and cookware
in the oven for even heat to reach around the food.
Regular rack
NOTE
Always use caution when removing food from the oven.
Oven vents location
The oven is vented above the door. When the
oven is on, warm air is released through the vents.
This venting is necessary for proper air circulation
in the oven and good baking results.
Steam and moisture may appear near the oven
vent. This is normal.
Warm Air
This model comes with lubricated porcelain oven
racks, which can remain in the oven during the
self-clean cycle. Do not clean this vegetable
oil lubrication off the racks. It is important that
the sides of the oven racks always have a light
coating of vegetable oil. To maintain optimal rack
performance, re-apply a thin layer of vegetable oil
to the sides of the rack after every self-clean cycle
or when the rack becomes difficult to slide.
Always use potholders or oven mitts when
removing food or adjusting the oven racks. Wait
until the oven has completely cooled if possible.
Oven racks may be HOT and may cause burns.
Oven Vent
Regular oven
rack
The regular oven rack may be used in all of the
rack position.
Removing, replacing, and arranging flat
or offset oven racks
• To arrange - Always arrange the oven racks when
the oven is cool (prior to operating the oven).
• To remove - Pull the oven rack straight forward until
it reaches the stop position. Lift up the front of the
oven rack slightly and slide out.
Oven rack positions
• To replace - Place the oven rack on the rack guides
on both sides of oven walls. Tilt the front of oven rack
upward slightly and slide the oven rack back into
place. Be sure oven racks are level before using.
Rack
positions
Before Setting the Oven Controls
• Protective liners - Do not use aluminum foil
to line the oven bottom. Only use aluminum
foil as recommended in this manual. Improper
installation of these liners may result in risk of
electric shock or fire.
• It is recommended to remove all racks
from the oven during a self-clean cycle, but
porcelain racks may be left in the oven if they
are soiled. For care of oven racks, see the
Care and Cleaning section.
• Be sure to remove all oven accessories before
starting a self clean cycle.
3. Using both hands, grasp the upper and lower
portions of the glide rack (see figure 3).
4. Lift up the front of the rack slightly and continue to
pull the rack away from the oven.
5. Be sure to grasp both upper and lower rack portions
together when removing or handling the glide rack.
The rack portions move independently and are
difficult to handle unless held together.
To replace the glide rack:
1. Grasp both upper and lower portions of the glide
rack (see figure 3).
2. Lift and hold the rack level between the oven cavity
walls.
3. Tilt the front of the rack upward slightly and slide
the rack completely into position. Some force may
be necessary to make sure the oven rack has
snapped into place.
Always use pot holders or oven mitts when using
the oven. When cooking, the oven interior and
exterior, as well as the oven racks, will become
very hot which can cause burns.
Glide rack
The glide rack is an extendable rack that makes food
preparation easier. It has glide tracks that allow the
rack to be pulled away from the oven without rubbing
the sides of the oven wall.
It is recommended to remove all racks from the
oven during self-clean cycles, but porcelain racks
may be left in the oven if they are soiled. After a
self-clean cycle, or anytime the gliding is rough,
the glide racks should be treated with graphite
lubrication. For instructions on how to care for
your oven racks, see “Caring for Your Porcelain
Enameled Glide Racks” in the Care and Cleaning
section.
Release lever
Figure 1 - Extendable glide rack with release lever
in locked position
Figure 2 - Extendable glide rack with release lever
in unlocked position
Full extendable
Luxury-GlideTM oven
rack
Removing and replacing the glide racks
To remove the glide rack:
1. Lift up on the release lever located across the lower
front of the rack, as shown in figure 1.
2. While holding up the release lever (see figure 2),
pull the glide rack out of the oven until the stop
position is reached, use two hands if necessary.
Figure 3 - Removing and replacing the oven glide rack.
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Setting Oven Controls
Baking
Lower Oven Baking Tips:
This mode is best used for your standard recipes.
The hidden bake element is used to heat the air and
maintain temperature. The temperature probe can
be used in this cooking mode. The upper oven can
be programmed to bake at any temperature from
170°F to 550°F with a default temperature of 350°F.
The lower oven can be programmed to bake at any
temperature from 170°F to 450°F with a default
temperature of 350°F.
Upper Oven Baking Tips
• During preheat, the 3 elements and the convection fan are used in cycle to quickly heat the
oven. The convection fan will turn off once the
oven is fully preheated.
• Fully preheat the oven before baking items like
cookies, cakes, biscuits and breads.
• When using any single oven rack, position the
rack in the oven so that the food is in the center
of the oven. For multiple rack baking, use the
convection bake function.
• If using two racks, place the oven racks in
positions 1 (glide rack) and 4 (flat rack) Figure 1
and position cookware as shown in Figure 2.
• Be sure the pans do not touch each other, the
door, sides or back of the oven. Allow at least
2 inches (5 cm) of space between bakeware to
allow for proper air circulation.
• Dark or dull bakeware absorbs more heat
than shiny bakeware, resulting in dark or
overbrowned foods. It may be necessary to
reduce oven temperature or cook time to
prevent overbrowning of some foods.
• Dark pans are recommended for pies; shiny pans
are recommended for cakes, cookies, and muffins.
• Do not open oven door often. Opening the door
will reduce the temperature in the oven and may
increase cook time.
Figure 1
• Follow recommendations for lower oven cooking
modes in the Lower Oven Operation section of
this manual.
To set a Bake Temperature of 350°F:
1. Arrange interior oven racks.
2. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN
LOWER
LOWER OVEN OVEN .
3. Press BAKE
UPPER
OVEN
or
.
. The oven display shows PRE4. Press START
HEATING.
5. Place food in the oven when the chime signals
and temperature display shows that the oven
has reached the set target temperature and the
PRE-HEATING message disappear.
6. Cook Time, Timer and End Time features can be
set to control your cooking time in both ovens (read
their sections for directions). The Temperature
Probe and Rapid Preheat features can be used
only with the upper oven.
7. Remove food. Always use oven mitts when
removing hot pans from the oven.
8. Press CANCEL
to stop or cancel the Bake
feature at any time.
To change to a Bake Temperature of
425°F:
1. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN
LOWER
LOWER OVEN OVEN .
UPPER
OVEN
or
-
+
2. Press the HI hi or LO lo pads to get to the desired
temperature.
Baking Problems
Refer to the Baking Problems Table in the Solutions
to Common Problems section of this manual.
Figure 2
Setting Oven Controls
Cook time
End time
Cook Time allows the oven to be set to cook for a set
length of time and shut off automatically.
The time remaining will always be shown in the timer
section of the display. The oven will shut off and will
chime when the countdown is finished. This feature
can be used with Bake, Convection Bake, Convection
Roast, Slow Cook, Keep Warm, Defrost, Bread Proof
and Dehydrate cooking modes. It can also be part of
a Multi-Stage sequence.
End Time allows the oven to be set to shut off
automatically at a set time of day. The oven control
will calculate the remaining time by itself. The time
remaining will always be shown in the timer section
of the display. The oven will shut off and will chime
when the countdown is finished. This feature can be
used with Bake, Convection Bake, Convection Roast,
Slow Cook, Keep Warm, Defrost, Dehydrate, Clean and Bread Proof cooking modes. This oven can be
programmed with Cook Time and End Time to start
and stop by itself at the right time.
To set a timed cooking (example is a
450°F Bake for 30 minutes):
1. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN
UPPER
OVEN
.
. The temperature numbers will
2. Press BAKE
blink in the display.
3. Enter temperature needed; 4 5 0 .
4. Press COOK OPTIONS
options items.
5. Press COOK TIME
6. Enter time needed; 3
to bring up the cook
.
0.
To set a delayed timed cooking
(example is a 450°F Bake for 30 minutes
which will end at 6:00PM):
1. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN
UPPER
OVEN
.
. The temperature numbers will
2. Press BAKE
blink in the display.
3. Enter temperature needed; 4 5 0 .
4. Press COOK OPTIONS
to bring up the cook
options items.
. The oven will start heating.
7. Press START
The cook time will start counting down for the
set time.
5. Press COOK TIME
to stop the audible alarm or
8. Press CANCEL
to cancel cooking at anytime.
7. Press END TIME
.
6. Enter time needed; 3
.
0.
8. Enter time of day needed; 6
0 0.
. The time remaining will be
9. Press START
shown in the display.
to stop the audible alarm or
10. Press CANCEL
to cancel cooking at anytime.
Use caution with the COOK TIME or END TIME features. Use the automatic timer when cooking cured
or frozen meats and most fruits and vegetables. Foods that can easily spoil such as milk, eggs, fish,
meat or poultry, should be chilled in the refrigerator first. Even when chilled, they should not stand in
the oven for more than 1 hour before cooking begins, and should be removed promptly when cooking is
completed. Eating spoiled food can result in sickness from food poisoning.
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Setting Oven Controls
Convection baking
This mode of cooking enables you to obtain the best
culinary results when baking with multiple pans and
racks. Multiple rack baking may slightly increase
cook time for some foods but the overall result is time
saved. Most foods cooked in a standard oven will
cook faster and more evenly with Convection Bake.
Convection baking uses the three elements and a fan
to circulate the oven’s heat evenly and continuously
within the oven. The temperature probe can be used
in this cooking mode. The oven can be programmed
for Convection baking at any temperature between
170°F to 550°F with a default temperature of 350°F.
Convection Baking Tips
• Fully preheat the oven before baking items like
cookies, cakes, biscuits and breads.
• If your recipe’s baking temperature has already
been converted for convection baking there
is no need to reduce your oven temperature.
If your recipe has not had the temperature
converted for convection baking you can easily
reduce the temperature using the Convection
Convert feature. Please see Convection Convert
section on next page for further instruction on
temperature conversion.
• Use tested recipes with times adjusted for
convection baking when using this mode. With
single rack convection baking some foods may
have as much as a 25% reduction in cook time;
check food at minimum time. Time reductions
will vary depending on the amount and type of
food to be cooked.
• Cookies and biscuits should be baked on pans
with no sides or very low sides to allow heated air
to circulate around the food.
• For single rack baking, use the radiant bake
function.
• When baking using two oven racks, position
cookware as shown in Figure 2.
• Allow at least 2 inches (5 cm) of space between
bakeware to allow for proper air circulation.
• Dark or dull bakeware absorbs more heat
than shiny bakeware, resulting in dark or
overbrowned foods. It may be necessary to
reduce oven temperature or cook time to prevent
overbrowning of some foods.
• Dark pans are recommended for pies; shiny pans
are recommended for cakes, cookies, and muffins.
• Do not open oven door often. Opening the door
will reduce the temperature in the oven and may
increase cook time.
Convection Bake Air Flow
Figure 1
To set a Convection Bake Temperature
of 350°F:
1. Arrange interior oven racks.
2. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN
3. Press CONVECTION BAKE
UPPER
OVEN
.
.
4. Press START
. The oven display shows PREHEATING.
5. Place food in the oven when the chime signals
and temperature display shows that the oven
has reached the set target temperature and the
PRE-HEATING message disappear.
6. Remove food. Always use oven mitts when
removing hot pans from the oven.
7. Press CANCEL
to stop or cancel the
Convection Bake feature at any time.
Figure 2
Figure 3
Setting Oven Controls
Convection convert
Rapid preheat
The Convection Convert pad is used to
automatically convert a standard baking recipe
for convection baking. When set properly, this
feature is designed to display the actual converted
(reduced) temperature in the display. Convection
Convert may ONLY be used with a Convection
Bake cooking mode. It can be used with the
features End Time and Cook Time (see their
sections for directions). If convection conversion
is used with the cook time and end time features,
“CF” (check food) will be displayed when 75% of
the bake time is complete. At this time the oven
control will chime at regular intervals until baking
had finished. When the bake time has completely
finished the control will chime at regular interval
pad is pressed. NOTE: To
until the CANCEL
The Preheat feature will bring the oven up to
temperature faster than a regular preheat and
then indicate when to place the food in the oven.
Preheating is not necessary when roasting or
cooking casseroles. The oven can be programmed
to preheat at any temperature between 170°F to
550°F with some of the cooking modes; Bake,
Convection Bake and Convection Roast.
IMPORTANT! The rapid preheat feature is for
single rack ONLY. The heat distribution with
multiple rack will be uneven. For batter- and doughbased baked goods such as cakes, pastries, and
breads, use the standard bake and convection
bake functions for best results.
option,
use this feature with the COOK TIME
pad must be pressed before
the COOK TIME
the CONVECTION CONVERT
pad.
To set a rapid preheat (example is for a
350°F Bake):
Changing from a normal bake
temperature to a convection bake
temperature:
2. Press BAKE
1. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN
2. Press CONVECTION BAKE
3. Press COOK OPTIONS
items will light up.
UPPER
OVEN
.
.
. The cook options
. The
4. Press CONVECTION CONVERT
temperature displayed will be 25°F lower than
what it used to be.
5. Press START
to begin the convection
baking (see Convection Baking section for
more informations).
1. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN
UPPER
OVEN
.
.
3. Press COOK OPTIONS
items will light up.
4. Press RAPID PREHEAT
. The cook options
.
5. Press START
to begin the baking with the
rapid preheat feature enabled.
6. Place food in the oven when the chime signals
and temperature display shows that the oven
has reached the set target temperature.
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Setting Oven Controls
Convection roasting
This mode is best for cooking tender cuts of beef, lamb,
pork and poultry. Use this mode when cooking speed
is desired. The Convection Roasting gently browns the
exterior and seals in the juices. Convection roasting
uses the hidden bake element, the hidden convection
element, the broil element and a fan to circulate the
oven’s heat evenly and continuously within the oven.
The temperature probe can be used in this cooking
mode. The oven can be programmed for Convection
Roasting at any temperature between 170°F to 550°F
with a default temperature of 350°F.
Convection Roasting Tips
• Use the broiler pan and grid, and the roasting rack
(Figure 1). The broiler pan will catch grease spills
and the grid will help prevent spatters. The roasting rack will hold the meat.
• Place an oven rack on rack position 2 (nextbottom).
• Make sure the roasting rack is securely seated on
the grid in the broiler pan. The roasting rack fits on
the grid allowing the heated air to circulate under
the food for even cooking and helps to increase
browning on the underside.
• There is no need to reduce the convection
temperature or to use the Convection Convert
feature with this cooking mode.
• DO NOT use the broiler pan without the grid or
cover the grid with aluminum foil.
• Always pull the rack out to the stop position before
removing food.
• Position food (fat side up) on the roasting rack.
Convection Roasting Chart
Meat
Beef
Poultry
Pork
Standing rib roast
Rib eye roast
Tenderloin roast
Turkey, whole**
Turkey, whole**
Turkey, whole**
Chicken
Ham roast, fresh
Shoulder blade roast
Loin
Pre-cooked ham
To set a Convection Roast Temperature
of 350°F:
1. Arrange interior oven racks.
2. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN
3. Press CONVECTION ROAST
UPPER
OVEN
.
.
4. Press START
.
5. The Temperature Probe, Cook Time, Timer, End
Time and Rapid Preheat features can be set to
control your cooking time (read their sections for
directions).
6. Remove food. Always use oven mitts when
removing hot pans from the oven.
to stop or cancel the
7. Press CANCEL
Convection Roast feature at any time.
Roasting
Rack
Grid
Broiler Pan
Figure 1
Weight
Oven Temp
Internal Temp
Min per lb.
4 to 6 lbs.
4 to 6 lbs.
2 to 3 lbs.
12 to 16 lbs.
16 to 20 lbs.
20 to 24 lbs.
3 to 4 lbs.
4 to 6 lbs.
4 to 6 lbs.
3 to 4 lbs.
5 to 7 lbs.
350° F
350° F
400° F
325° F
325° F
325° F
350-375° F
325° F
325° F
325° F
325° F
*
*
*
180° F
180° F
180° F
180° F
160° F
160° F
160° F
160° F
25-30
25-30
15-25
8-10
10-15
12-16
12-16
30-40
20-30
20-25
30-40
* For beef: med rare 145°F, med 160°F, well done 170°F
** Stuffed turkey requires additional roasting time. Shield legs and breast with foil to
prevent overbrowning and dying of the skin.
Setting Oven Controls
Broiling
This mode is best for meats, fish and poultry up to
1” thick. Broiling is a method of cooking tender cuts
of meat by direct heat under the broil element of the
oven. The high heat cooks quickly and gives a rich,
brown outer appearance. The temperature probe
cannot be used with this mode. The oven can be
programmed to broil at any temperature from 300°F
to 550°F with a default temperature of 550°F.
Broiling Tips
• Broiling is direct heat cooking and will produce
some smoke. If smoke is excessive, place food
further away from the broil element. Always watch
food carefully to prevent burning.
• For optimum browning, preheat the broil element
for 2 minutes.
• Broil one side until the food is browned; turn and
cook on the second side. Season and serve.
• Always pull the rack out to the “stop” position
before turning or removing food.
• Always use the broiler pan and its grid when broiling.
It allows the dripping grease to be kept away from
the high heat of the broil element (see Figure 1).
• DO NOT use the broil pan without the insert. DO
NOT cover the broil pan insert with foil. The
exposed grease could catch fire. DO NOT use
the roasting rack when broiling.
To set a Broil Temperature of 550°F:
1. Arrange interior oven racks.
2. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN
3. Press BROIL
4. Press START
.
5. Place food in the oven after 2 minutes. Close the
oven door.
6. Turn food when the top side is browned and cook
on the second side.
7. Remove food. Always use oven mitts when
removing hot pans from the oven.
8. Press CANCEL
to stop or cancel the Broil
feature at any time.
Grid
Broiler
Pan
Figure 1
Electric Wall Oven Broiling Table Recommendations
Steak 1” thick
Pork Chops 3/4” thick
Chicken - Bone In
Chicken - Boneless
Fish
Shrimp
Hamburger 1” thick
Rack
position
Temp
Setting
5
5
5
3
5
5
3
5
3
550° F
550° F
550° F
450° F
450° F
500° F
550° F
550° F
550° F
.
.
Figure 2
Broiling Times
Food
Item
UPPER
OVEN
Cook Time
1st side
6:00
7:00
8:00
20:00
8:00
13:00
5:00
9:00
10:00
2nd side
4:00
5:00
6:00
10:00
6:00
0:00
0:00
7:00
8:00
Doneness
Rare
Medium
Well
Well
Well
Well
Well
Medium
Well
• Should an oven fire occur, close the oven door and turn off the oven. If the fire continues, throw
baking soda on the fire or use a fire extinguisher. DO NOT put water or flour on the fire. Flour may be
explosive and water can cause a grease fire to spread and cause personal injury.
• Use pot holders or oven mitts when working with a hot oven.
• Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood or shellfish may increase your risk of food
borne illness.
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Setting Oven Controls
Convection broiling
Use this mode for thicker cuts of meat, fish and poultry.
The Convection Broiling gently browns the exterior and
seals in the juices. Convection broiling uses the broil
element and a fan to circulate the oven’s heat evenly
and continuously within the oven. The temperature
probe cannot be used in this cooking mode. The oven
can be programmed for Convection Broiling at any
temperature between 300°F to 550°F with a default
temperature of 550°F.
Convection Broiling Tips
• For optimum browning, preheat the broil element
for 2 minutes.
• Broil one side until the food is browned; turn and
cook on the second side. Season and serve.
• Always pull the rack out to the “stop” position before turning or removing food.
• Always use the broiler pan and its grid when broiling. It allows the dripping grease to be kept away
from the high heat of the broil element (see Figure
1).
• DO NOT use the broil pan without the insert. DO
NOT cover the broil pan insert with foil. The
exposed grease could catch fire. DO NOT use the
roasting rack when broiling.
• Convection broiling is generally faster than conventional broiling. Check for doneness at the
minimum recommended time.
IMPORTANT
Always use this cooking mode with the oven door
closed or the fan will not turn on.
Grid
Broiler Pan
Figure 1
To set a Convection Broil Temperature
of 550°F:
1. Arrange interior oven racks.
2. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN
3. Press CONVECTION BROIL
UPPER
OVEN
.
.
.
4. Press START
5. Place food in the oven after 2 minutes.
6. Turn food when the top side is browned and cook
on the second side.
7. Remove food. Always use oven mitts when
removing hot pans from the oven.
8. Press CANCEL
to stop or cancel the
Convection Broil feature at any time.
Should an oven fire occur, close the oven door
and turn off the oven. If the fire continues, throw
baking soda on the fire or use a fire extinguisher.
DO NOT put water or flour on the fire. Flour may
be explosive and water can cause a grease fire to
spread and cause personal injury.
Setting Oven Controls
Keep warm
Slow cook
This mode is best for keeping oven baked foods warm
for serving after cooking has finished. The Keep Warm
feature uses the hidden bake element to maintain the
temperature within the oven. The Keep Warm feature
may be used with Multi-Stage (refer to its section for
directions) if you wish to have the Keep Warm feature
turn ON automatically when cooking has finished.
The oven can be programmed for Keep Warm at any
temperature between 150°F to 190°F with a default
temperature of 170°F.
This mode may be used to cook foods more slowly, at
lower oven temperatures and provide cooking results
much the same way as a Slow Cooker or Crock-Pot.
The Slow Cook feature is ideal for roasting beef,
pork & poultry. Slow Cooking meats may result in
the exterior of meats becoming dark but not burnt.
This is normal. The Slow Cook mode uses the hidden
bake element to maintain a low temperature in the
oven. The temperature probe cannot be used in this
cooking mode. There are 2 settings available, high
(HI) or low (LO). The maximum cook time for the Slow
Cook feature is 12 hours unless the oven control has
been changed to the Continuous Bake mode or the
Sabbath mode has been activated.
Keep Warm Tips for Upper Oven
• Always start with hot food.
• Do not use the Keep Warm feature to heat cold
food.
• Food in heat-safe glass and glass ceramic
containers may need higher temperature settings
compared to food in regular containers.
• Avoid repeated openings of the oven, it will allow
hot air to escape and the food to cool.
• Aluminum foil may be used to cover food to increase moisture content.
Keep Warm Tips for Lower Oven
• Follow recommendations for lower oven cooking
modes in the Setting Lower Oven section of this
manual.
To set a Keep Warm Temperature of 170°F:
1. Arrange interior oven racks (for upper oven only).
UPPER
2. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN OVEN
or
LOWER
LOWER OVEN OVEN .
3. Press KEEP WARM
.
4. Press START
.
5. The Multi-Stage, Cook Time, Timer and End Time
features can be set to control your warming time
(read their sections for directions).
6. Remove food. Always use oven mitts when
removing hot pans from the oven.
7. Press CANCEL
to stop or cancel the Keep
Warm feature at any time.
Food poisoning hazard: do not let food sit for
more than one hour before or after cooking.
Doing so may result in food borne illness.
Slow Cook Tips
• Completely thaw all frozen foods before cooking
with the Slow Cook feature.
• When using a single oven rack, position it so the
food is in the center of the oven.
• Position multiple racks to accommodate size of
cooking utensils when cooking multiple food items.
• Do not open the oven door often or leave the door
open when checking foods. If the oven heat escapes
often, the Slow Cook time may need to be extended.
• Cover the foods to keep them moist or use a loose or
vented type cover to allow foods to turn crisp or brown.
• Cook times will vary; depending on the weight, fat
content, bone & the shape of the meat.
• Use the recipe’s recommended food temperature and a
food thermometer to determine when the food is done.
• Preheating the oven will not be necessary when
using the Slow Cook feature.
• Add any cream or cheese sauces during the last
hour of cooking.
To set a Slow Cook:
1. Arrange interior oven racks and place food in the
oven.
UPPER
2. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN OVEN or
LOWER
LOWER OVEN OVEN .
3. Press SLOW COOK
+
.
-
4. Press hi for high (HI) setting or lo low (Lo) setting.
.
5. Press START
6. The Cook Time, Timer and End Time features
can be set to control your Slow Cook time (read
their sections for directions).
7. Remove food. Always use oven mitts when
removing hot pans from the oven.
to stop or cancel the Slow
8. Press CANCEL
Cook feature at any time.
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Setting Oven Controls
Dehydrating
Defrosting
This mode dries foods with heat from the bake and the
convection element. The heat is circulated throughout
the oven by the convection fan. Dehydrating is used
to dry and/or preserve foods such as fruits, meats,
vegetables and herbs. This mode holds an optimum
low temperature while circulating the heated air to
slowly remove moisture. The oven can be programmed
for Dehydrating at any temperature between 100°F to
225°F with a default temperature of 120°F.
Use the defrost feature to thaw small portions of
delicate items such as cream cakes, frozen cream
pies and cheesecake, at room temperature. While
in the defrost mode, the convection fan will operate
to circulate room temperature air around the food
slowly, accelerating the natural defrosting of the
food without heat.
Dehydrating Tips
To set a Defrost:
1. Arrange interior oven racks and place food in the
oven.
UPPER
2. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN OVEN .
3. Press DEFROST
.
• Do not preheat the oven.
to start the defrosting. A “dEF”
4. Press START
• Multiple racks can be used simultaneously.
message
is
displayed
when active.
• Drying times vary depending on the moisture and
•
•
•
sugar content of the food, the size of the pieces,
the amount being dried and the humidity in the air.
Check food at the minimum drying time.
Treat fruits with antioxidants to avoid discoloration.
Consult a food preservation book or a library for
additional information.
To set a Dehydrate Temperature of
120°F:
1. Arrange interior oven racks and place food.
UPPER
2. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN OVEN .
3. Press DEHYDRATE
.
to begin dehydrating.
4. Press START
5. Remove food. Always use oven mitts when
removing hot pans from the oven.
6. Press CANCEL
to stop or cancel the
Dehydrate feature at any time.
5. The Cook Duration, End Time and Timer features
can be set to control your Defrost time (read their
sections for directions).
to stop or cancel the Defrost
6. Press CANCEL
feature at any time.
NOTE
This feature is not meant for thawing frozen
meats, poultry, seafood or other foods that need
to be cooked before serving. Follow USDA
recommendations for thawing foods. Only frozen
foods that can be defrosted and served without
cooking should be used with this feature.
Setting Oven Controls
Bread Proofing
Perfect turkey
Proofing bread prepares the dough for baking by
activating the yeast. This feature is ideal for proofing,
or rising bread dough. The oven can be programmed
for Bread Proofing at any temperature between 85°F
to 100°F with a default temperature of 100°F. The
temperature visual display is not available for this
function.
This mode uses the temperature probe to control
precisely the cooking of a perfect turkey. The convection
system gently browns the turkey’s exterior and seals
in the juices. The temperature probe is required with
this cooking mode (read its section on next page for
more details). The oven can be programmed for Perfect
Turkey at any temperature between 170°F to 550°F
with a default temperature of 325°F. The probe default
temperature for the perfect turkey feature is 180°F.
Bread Proofing Tips
•
•
•
•
•
Perfect Turkey Tips
No need to preheat for this feature.
Proof bread until dough has doubled in bulk.
For best results, place a shallow pan with 1 to
3 cups of boiling hot water on the lowest rack
position to keep the air moist inside the oven
cavity.
Allow at least 1” between edge of pan and walls
of the oven.
Limit frequent door openings to prevent losing
heat and lengthening proofing time.
To set a Bread Proof temperature of 100°F:
1. Arrange interior oven racks and place bread
dough in the oven.
UPPER
2. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN OVEN
.
3. Press BREAD PROOF
.
4. Press START
to begin the bread proofing.
5. The Cook Time, Timer and End Time features
can be set to control your Bread Proof time (read
their sections for directions).
6. Remove food.
7. Press CANCEL
to stop or cancel the Bread
Proof feature at any time.
• Thaw the turkey in the refrigerator at least 24 hours
per 5 lbs before cooking the bird.
• Use the broiler pan and grid, and the roasting rack.
The broiler pan will catch grease spills and the grid
will help prevent spatters. The roasting rack will hold
the turkey.
• Place an oven rack on rack position 2 (next-bottom).
• Make sure the roasting rack is securely seated on
the grid in the broiler pan. The roasting rack fits on
the grid allowing the heated air to circulate under
the food for even cooking and helps to increase
browning on the underside.
To set a Perfect Turkey of 325°F:
1. Arrange interior oven racks and place food in the oven.
2. Insert the meat probe into the bird and connect
it in the oven (read the Probe section).
UPPER
3. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN OVEN .
. A temperature
4. Press PERFECT TURKEY
can be entered if another value than the default
is needed.
Optional : Press PROBE
if you wish to change
the probe target temperature (see Probe section).
.
5. Press START
6. Remove food from the oven when the temperature
probe chime signals that the oven has reached
the set target temperature.
To change a Bread Proof temperature
while the function is active:
7. Press CANCEL
1. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN
+
-
UPPER
OVEN
.
2. Press the HI hi or LO lo pads to get to the desired
temperature.
to stop or cancel the Perfect
Turkey feature at any time.
Perfect Turkey Chart
Weight
(lbs)
Oven
Temp.
Internal
Temp.
Minute
per lb.
12 to 16
325°F
180°F
8-10
16 to 20
20 to 24
3 to 4
325°F
325°F
350-375°F
180°F
180°F
180°F
10-15
12-16
12-16
Turkey, Whole*
Turkey, Whole*
Turkey, Whole*
Chicken
* Stuffed turkey requires additional roasting
time. Shield legs and breast with foil to prevent
overbrowning and dying of the skin.
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Setting Oven Controls
Temperature probe
For many foods, especially roasts and poultry, testing
the internal temperature is the best method to insure
properly cooked food. The Temperature Probe gets
the exact temperature you desire without having to
guess. This feature can be used with Bake, Convection
Bake, Convection Roast and Perfect Turkey cooking
modes. The oven can be programmed for Probe at any
temperature between 130°F to 210°F with a default
temperature of 170°F. This unit is equipped with one
temperature probe entry in the upper oven.
IMPORTANT
• Use only the probe supplied with your
appliance; any other may result in damage to
the probe or the appliance.
• Handle the Temperature Probe carefully when
inserting and removing it from the food and outlet.
• Do not use tongs to pull the cable when inserting or
removing the Probe. It could damage the Probe.
• Defrost your food completely before inserting
the Probe to avoid breaking it.
• Never leave or store the Temperature Probe
inside the oven when not in use.
• To prevent the possibility of burns, carefully
unplug the Temperature Probe using hot pads.
Proper Temperature Probe Placement:
1. Always insert the probe so that the tip rests in
the center of the thickest part of the meat. Do not
allow probe to touch bone, fat, gristle or pan.
2. For bone-in ham or lamb, insert the Probe into
the center of the lowest large muscle or joint. For
dishes such as meat loaf or casseroles, insert the
Probe into the center of the food. When cooking
fish, insert the Probe from just above the gill into
the meatiest area, parallel to the backbone.
3. For whole poultry (chicken, turkey, etc.), insert
the probe into the thickest part of the inner thigh
from below and parallel to the leg (see figure 1).
3. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN OVEN .
4. Select a cooking mode. A target temperature must
be set to trigger the buzzer when the food reaches
the set temperature. Press COOK OPTIONS
to bring up the cook options items and press
PROBE
pad to enter the temperature. Adjust
temperature to the desired setting using the numeric
to use the default
pads or just press START
UPPER
+
The probe can be damaged by very high
temperature. To protect the probe against this
damage, the oven control will not allow you to
start a self-clean, broil or convection broil while
the probe is connected.
Setting the Oven when using the
Temperature Probe:
1. Insert the Temperature Probe into the food (see Proper
Temperature Probe Placement above).
2. Plug the Temperature Probe into its outlet in the
oven. (The outlet is located on the top left
hand side of the cavity wall, near front of the
oven). Always insert the probe into a cool oven.
Make sure it is pushed all the way into the outlet.
Close the oven door.
-
target temperature of 170°F. The pads hi or lo can
also be pressed to raise or lower the temperature.
The target temperature setting will be accepted
pad is pressed.
after the START
5. At any time during the cooking, the PROBE
pad can be pressed once to display the actual meat
temperature or pressed twice to display the target
temperature. When on the target temperature
display, a new temperature can be entered. After
5-8 seconds, the display will go back to showing
the oven temperature.
6. When the food reaches the target temperature,
the oven will go into a KEEP WARM mode until
.
you press CANCEL
Figure 1
Setting Oven Controls
Multi stage
This feature enables you to perform sequential cooking
at the touch of a button. Its purpose is to program a
queue of up to three cooking modes with individual
cooking time and temperatures in a sequence. This
feature can be used with most cooking modes;
Baking, Broiling, Convection Baking, Convection
Roasting, Convection Broiling, Keep Warm and Bread
Proof. A Cook Time can be programmed with your
cooking mode and then queued. An auto-suggested
set temperature outputs in the display as a default
value during the set temperature programming. Any
stage programmed with Broil or Convection Broil
cannot last longer than 10 minutes. A proper cook
time and a set temperature are required for every
stage programming. At least two stages must be
programmed before a Multi-Stage cooking operation
starts. During stage 1 cooking the electronic control
provides temperature visual output in the display.
During stage 2 and 3, the electronic control displays
the set temperature only.
Stage 2
9. Press BROIL
. “550” will start flashing in the
display prompting to enter a temperature.
10. Enter a temperature using the numeric pads 0
to 9 .
11. Press START
. “00:00” will start flashing in the
display prompting to enter a cook time.
12. Enter a cook time using the numeric pads 0 to
9.
13. Press START
. The Multi-Stage indicator will
now display the 3rd stage. If a third stage is not
a second time. This
needed, press START
will start the cooking sequence.
Stage 3
14. Press KEEP WARM
in the display prompting to enter a temperature.
15. Enter a temperature using the numeric pads 0
to 9 .
To set a Multi Stage sequence (Timed 16. Press START
Convection Bake, Timed Broil, Keep Warm):
1. Arrange interior oven racks and place food.
UPPER
2. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN OVEN
.
3. Press MULTI STAGE
Stage 1
4.
.
Press CONVECTION BAKE
. “350” will flash in
the display prompting to enter a temperature.
. “170” will start flashing
. “00:00” will start flashing in the
display prompting to enter a cook time.
17. Enter a cook time using the numeric pads 0 to
9.
18. Press START
. The cooking sequence will
begin.
Canceling
5. Enter a temperature using the numeric pads 0
to 9 .
19. At the end of the sequence, the display will show
6. Press START
. “00:00” will start flashing in the
display prompting to enter a cook time.
20. Remove food.
7. Enter a cook time using the numeric pads 0 to
9.
8. Press START
. The Multi-Stage indicator will
now display the 2nd stage.
“End” and a chime will sound.
21. Press CANCEL
to stop or cancel the Multi-
Stage sequence at any time (see below for further
details).
To cancel a Multi Stage sequence:
A multi stage cooking can be canceled any time while
it is in progress (or during its programming) by the
Cancel
key.
If the key is pressed during a multi-stage programming,
the electronic control returns to Idle mode.
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Setting Oven Controls
My favorite
To recall a Favorite:
The Favorites settings allows you to save your
most frequently used or most complex cooking
sequences. This feature will save the cooking
mode, the target temperature and the cooktime
(if any). The oven can recall up to six cooking
sequences from its internal memory, three for
each oven, which are easily accessible from a one
touch button. These functions can be used with all
cooking modes and features.
3. Press START
To save a Favorite (example is a 450°F Bake
To overwrite a Favorite:
2. Press BAKE
. The default temperature will
appear in the display.
To delete a Favorite:
for 30 minutes):
- Saving a Favorite can only be done for an oven
which is currently in operation.
1. Select oven by pressing either UPPER OVEN
LOWER
UPPER
OVEN or LOWER OVEN OVEN .
3. Enter temperature needed; 4 5 0 .
4. Press COOK OPTIONS
options items.
5. Press COOK TIME
to bring up the cook
.
6. Enter time needed; 3 0 .
7. Press START
.
8. Press and hold for 3 seconds any MY FAVORITE
pad. Notice that the red indicator above the
key will light up.
- Recalling a Favorite can only be done for an oven
which is not currently in operation.
1. Select oven by pressing either UPPER OVEN
LOWER
UPPER
OVEN or LOWER OVEN OVEN .
2. Press any MY FAVORITE
pad which is
currently lighted up.
.
1. To overwrite a My Favorite simply start a new
cooking sequence and save it into the same My
Favorite location (1, 2 or 3) for the selected oven
as shown in example above. The new My Favorite
settings will overwrite the old ones.
1. Select oven by pressing either UPPER OVEN
LOWER
UPPER
OVEN or LOWER OVEN OVEN .
2. Press the currently lighted up MY FAVORITE
pad you wish to delete for 3 seconds.
Setting Oven Controls
Sabbath feature (for use on the
Jewish sabbath & holidays)
+
-
The HI hi and LO lo pads are used to set the Sabbath
feature. The Sabbath feature may only be used with
pad. The oven temperature may be set
the BAKE
higher or lower after setting the Sabbath feature (the
oven temperature adjustment feature should be used
only during Jewish Holidays), however the display will
not visibly show or provide any audible tones indicating
whether the change occurred correctly. Once the
oven is properly set using Bake with the Sabbath
feature active, the oven will remain continuously ON
until cancelled. This will override the factory preset
12-Hour Energy Saving feature.
If the oven light will be needed during the Sabbath,
press OVEN LIGHT before activating the Sabbath
feature. Once the oven light is turned ON and the
Sabbath feature is active, the oven light will remain
ON until the Sabbath feature is turned OFF. If the oven
light needs to be OFF, be sure to turn the oven light
OFF before activating the Sabbath feature.
IMPORTANT
It is not advised to attempt to activate any other
program feature other than BAKE while the Sabbath
feature is active. ONLY the following key pads will
function after setting the Sabbath feature; CANCEL
+
, HI and LO . ALL OTHER KEYPADS will
lo
hi
not function once the Sabbath feature is properly
activated.
To Program the Upper Oven to Begin
Baking Immediately & Activate the
Sabbath feature (example: baking at
350°F)
1. Place the food in the oven.
2. Select oven by pressing either UPPER OVEN
LOWER
UPPER
OVEN or LOWER OVEN OVEN .
3. Press BAKE
.
4. If you desire to set the oven control for a COOK
TIME
do so at this time. If not, skip this step
and continue to step 5. Refer to their section
for complete instructions. Remember the oven
will shut down after using COOK TIME
and
therefore may only be used once during the
Sabbath/Jewish Holidays.
5. Press START
.
6. The oven will turn ON and begin heating
immediately.
+
-
7. Press and hold both the HI hi and LO lo pads for
at least 3 seconds. SAb will appear in the oven
display and Sb in the cooktop displays. Once SAb
appears in the display the oven control will no
longer sound or display any further changes and
the oven is properly set for the Sabbath feature.
NOTE
You may change the oven temperature once baking
+
has started. The HI hi key pad will increase the
temperature by 5°F (2°C) at each key press. The
LO lo key pad will decrease the temperature by
5°F (2°C) at each key press. Remember that the
oven control will no longer sound or display
any further changes once the oven is set for the
Sabbath feature.
8. The oven may be turned OFF at any time by pressing
pad (this will turn the oven OFF only).
CANCEL
To turn OFF the Sabbath feature press and hold both
+
the HI hi and LO lo pads for at least 3 seconds. SAb
will disappear from the display.
Should you experience a power failure or interruption,
the oven will shut off. When power is returned the
oven will not turn back on automatically. SF (Sabbath
Failure) will be displayed in the oven control display
and the surface element displays. The oven will
remember that it is set for the Sabbath and the food
may be safely removed from the oven while still in the
Sabbath feature, however the oven cannot be turned
back on until after the Sabbath. After the Sabbath
observance turn OFF the Sabbath feature. Press
+
and hold both the HI hi and LO lo pads for at least
3 seconds. SAb will disappear from the display and
the oven may be used with all normal functions. For
further assistance, guidelines for proper usage, and
a complete list of models with the Sabbath feature,
please visit the web at http:\\www.star-k.org.
Food poisoning hazard: do not let food sit for
more than one hour before or after cooking.
Doing so may result in food borne illness.
Notes for the use of the cooktop in Sabbath mode:
• No Sabbath mode is available for induction
cooktops. When Sabbath mode is enabled, the
cooktop will lock and it will not be possible to turn
a cooking zone ON. If a cooking zone is ON when
Sabbath is set, it will turn off.
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Setting Your Preferences
User preferences
Setting the clock - time of day
The User Preferences menu includes all user defined
options. This feature enables you to control the various
options of the electronic controls. This menu features
the Time of Day, Celsius or Fahrenheit display mode,
Continuous Bake or 12 Hour Energy Saving modes,
Clock display or No-Clock display, 12 Hours Time
of Day or 24 Hours Time of Day, Audio Control, and
Adjusting the oven temperature. The User Preferences
menu is only available when the oven is not being
used (not cooking).
The clock may be set for 12 or 24 hour time of day
operation (see advanced settings section). The
clock has been preset at the factory for the 12 hour
operation. When the range is first plugged in, or when
the power supply to the range has been interrupted,
the display will show “CLO 12:00”. The clock must
be set before the oven can be used.
When power to the unit has been interrupted, “12:00”
appears and flashes in the display. To set the Clock
in this case, skip step 1 in the example below and
follow steps 2 and 3.
To browse through the User
Preferences menu:
1. Press USER PREF
Preferences menu.
to bring up the User
again to browse
2. Press USER PREF
through the menu pages.
+
3. Press hi or
options.
-
lo
to toggle between the available
while the chosen option is
4. Press START
on display to change.
To set the clock (example for 1:30):
1. Press USER PREF
12:00 menu page.
until you get to the CLO
2. Press 1 3 0 pads to set the time of day to
+
-
1:30. The pads hi or lo can also be pressed to
raise or lower the actual time displayed.
3. Press START
to accept the changes and go
back to user preferences menu display.
5. Press CANCEL
when finished to get back
to the standard oven display.
Setting clock display- on or off
User Preferences menu items:
• CLO 12:00; Setting the clock.
• CLO on; Clock on/off.
• CLO 12hr; 12/24 hour time of day display.
The oven control can be programmed to display
the time of day or not. The oven has been preset at
the factory to display the time of day.
•
•
•
•
•
UPO; Adjusting oven temperature.
F-C F ; Fahrenheit / Celcius display.
AUd ; Audio on/off and volume.
E S on ; 12 hour Energy Saving on/off.
rSt ; Reset to default factory settings.
Changing clock display between ON
and OFF:
1. Press USER PREF
CLO on menu page.
-
until you get to the
+
2. Press lo or hi to toggle between displaying or
hiding the clock.
to accept the changes and
3. Press START
go back to user preferences menu display.
Setting Your Preferences
Setting time of day display 12 or 24 hours
Setting temperature display Fahrenheit or Celsius
The oven control can be programmed to display
time of day in 12 hours or 24 hours mode. The
oven has been preset at the factory to display in 12
hours mode.
The oven control can be programmed to display
temperatures in Fahrenheit or Celsius. The
oven has been preset at the factory to display in
Fahrenheit.
Changing between 12 or 24 hour time of To change display from Fahrenheit to
Celsius or Celsius to Fahrenheit:
day display:
1. Press USER PREF
CLO 12hr menu page.
-
2
1. Press USER PREF
F menu page.
until you get to the
+
+
Press lo or hi to toggle the display of the clock
in 12 or 24 hours.
3. Press START
to accept the changes and
go back to user preferences menu display.
4. Remember to set your clock after changing the
time of day display mode.
Adjusting oven temperature
The temperature in the oven has been pre-set at
the factory. When first using the oven, be sure to
follow recipe times and temperatures. If you think
the oven is too hot or too cool, the temperature in
the oven can be adjusted. Before adjusting, test a
recipe by using a temperature setting that is higher
or lower than the recommended temperature. The
baking results should help you to decide how much
of an adjustment is needed. Each oven can be
individually adjusted.
Do not use oven thermometers such as those
found in grocery stores to check the temperature
settings inside the oven. These thermometers may
display temperatures that vary greatly from the
actual temperature.
To adjust the oven temperature:
1. Press USER PREFERENCES
until you get
to the UPO menu page.
2. To select the oven you want to adjust, press
again to toggle
USER PREFERENCES
between the upper and the lower display.
+
-
3. Enter the temperature by pressing the or lo
hi
pads. The temperature can only be adjusted by
± 35°F.
to accept the changes and
4. Press START
go back to user preferences menu display.
until you get to the F-C
-
2. Press hi or lo to toggle between the °C and °F
display options.
3. Press START
to accept the changes and go
back to user preferences menu display.
Audio control
The Audio Control feature allows the oven
control to be operated without or with sounds
whenever necessary. If desired the control can be
programmed for silent operation and later returned
to operating with all the default sounds and chimes.
The volume of the chimes can also be adjusted.
To change the audio mode or audio
volume:
1. Press USER PREF
menu page.
+
until you get to the AUd
-
2. Press hi or lo to toggle between the available
volume settings. AUd 5 for the highest volume
setting to AUd 1 for the lowest volume. AUd OFF
to disable the chimes.
3. Press START
to accept the changes and go
back to user preferences menu display.
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Setting Your Preferences
Setting continuous bake or
12 hour energy saving
Re-setting to default factory
settings
The oven control has a factory preset built-in
12 Hour Energy Saving feature that will shut off
the oven if the oven control is left on for more
than 11 hours and 59 minutes. The oven can be
programmed to override this feature for Continuous
Baking.
The oven control can be set to return to its original
factory settings. This includes: Setting the Clock
ON/OFF to ON, Setting the clock display mode to
12h, Display mode to Fahrenheit, Setting the oven
temperature adjustment to zero, Setting audio level
to 5 and Enabling the 12h energy saving mode.
Reseting the control also erase the My Favorite
recipes.
Changing between 12 hour energy
saving and continuous bake:
1. Press USER PREF
menu page.
until you get to the E S
To reset the oven control to its original
settings:
2. Press hi or lo to toggle the energy saving
setting on and off.
1. Press USER PREF
no menu page.
to accept the changes and go
3. Press START
back to user preferences menu display.
2. Press
+
-
+
hi
or
-
lo
until you get to the rSt
to select YES.
3. Press START
settings.
to reset to default factory
Setting Self-Clean Cycle
Using the self-clean feature
Adhere to the Following Cleaning
Precautions:
• Allow the oven to cool before cleaning.
• Wear rubber gloves when cleaning any exterior
parts of the oven manually.
During the self-cleaning cycle, the outside of
the oven can become very hot to the touch. DO
NOT leave small children unattended near the
appliance.
Before cleaning any part of the oven, be sure the
oven is turned off or else push CANCEL
pad.
Wait until the oven is cool.
DO NOT use commercial oven cleaners or oven
protective coatings in or around any part of the
self-cleaning oven. DO NOT clean the oven door
gasket. The gasket on the oven door is essential
for a good seal. Care should be taken not to rub,
damage or move the gasket. DO NOT use any
cleaning materials on the gasket. Doing so could
damage it. DO NOT use aluminum foil to line the
oven bottom. This may affect cooking or foil could
melt and damage the oven surface.
Preparing the Oven for Self-Cleaning:
• Remove any excess spillovers in the oven
cavity before starting the self-cleaning cycle. To
clean, use hot soapy water and a cloth. Large
spillovers can cause smoke or a fire when
subjected to high temperatures. DO NOT allow
food spills with a high sugar or acid content
(such as tomatoes, sauerkraut, fruit juices or
pie filling) to remain on the surface as they may
leave a dull spot even after cleaning.
• Clean any soil from the oven frame and the
door liner (see illustration). These areas heat
sufficiently during a self-clean to burn soil on.
Clean with hot soapy water.
• Remove the broiler pan and insert, all utensils
and any foil. These items can not withstand high
cleaning temperatures.
• This model comes with lubricated porcelain
oven racks, which can remain in the oven during
the self-clean cycle. Do not clean this vegetable
oil lubrication off the racks. It is important that
the sides of the oven racks always have a light
coating of vegetable oil. To maintain optimal
rack performance, re-apply a thin layer of
vegetable oil to the sides of the rack after every
self-clean cycle or when the rack becomes
difficult to slide.
• After a self-clean cycle, or anytime the gliding
is rough, the glide racks should be treated with
graphite lubrication. For instructions on how to
care for your oven racks, see “Caring for Your
Porcelain Enameled Glide Racks” in the Care
and Cleaning section.
• The health of some birds is extremely sensitive
to the fumes given off during the self-cleaning
cycle of any range. Move birds to another wellventilated room.
Do NOT Hand Clean
Door Gasket
Do Hand
Clean Frame
Do Hand Clean Door Area
outside of the Door Gasket
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Setting Self-Clean Cycle
Starting self-clean cycle
A self-cleaning oven cleans itself with high
temperatures (well above cooking temperatures)
which eliminate soil completely or reduce it to a
fine powdered ash you can whisk away with damp
cloth. If you are planning to use the oven directly
after a self-clean cycle remember to allow time for
the oven to cool down and the oven door to unlock.
This normally takes about one hour.
To set the controls for a Self-Cleaning
cycle:
1. Porcelain racks can stay in the oven during
the self-clean cycle but it is recommended to
remove them.
2. Be sure the clock is set with the correct time of
day and the oven door is closed.
UPPER
3. Select oven by pressing UPPER OVEN OVEN .
4. Press CLEAN
.
5. Press LITE for a 2 hour self-clean, or press
MEDIUM
for 3 hours, or press HEAVY
for 4 hours.
6. Press START
. The “DOOR
” icon will
flash.
7. As soon as the control is set, the motor driven
oven door lock will begin to close automatically.
Once the door has been locked the “DOOR
” indicator light will stop flashing and remain on.
Note: When the oven is set to run a self-clean
cycle, the motor door lock will begin locking the
oven door. Do not open the oven door while
the lock motor is running or when any locking
indicators or displays are showing. The oven door
is completely locked in about 15 seconds.
To set the controls for a delayed SelfCleaning cycle:
1. Follow the instructions above.
2. Press COOK OPTIONS
options items.
3. Press END TIME
to bring up the cook
.
4. Enter time of day needed for the end of the cycle
(example for “6:00”; 6 0 0 ).
5. Press START
.
When the Self-Clean Cycle is
Completed:
1. The time of day and “DOOR
” will remain
ON.
2. The display will show an “Hot” message while
the oven is still too hot to open door.
3. Once the oven has cooled down for 1 HOUR,
and the “DOOR
” icon is no longer
displayed, the oven door can then be opened.
Stopping or Interrupting a Self-Cleaning
Cycle:
If it becomes necessary to stop or interrupt a selfcleaning cycle due to excessive smoke:
1. Press CANCEL
.
2. Once the oven has cooled down for
approximately 1 HOUR and the “DOOR
”
icon is no longer displayed, the oven door can
then be opened.
• During the self-cleaning cycle, the outside of the
appliance can become very hot to the touch. DO
NOT leave small children unattended near the
appliance; they may be burned if they touch the
hot oven door surfaces.
• Do not force the oven door open when selfclean is active. This can damage the automatic
door-locking system. Use caution when opening the door after self-clean cycle is complete;
the oven may still be very hot.
• The oven bake and broil elements may appear
to have cooled after they have been turned off.
The elements may still be hot and burns may
occur if these elements are touched before
they have cooled.
• To avoid possible burns, use care when opening the oven door after the self-cleaning cycle.
Stand to the side of the oven when opening the
door to allow hot steam and air to escape.
Care & Cleaning
Cleaning various parts of
your appliance chart
Cleaning Various Parts of Your appliance
Before cleaning any part of the appliance, be sure all controls are turned OFF and the appliance is COOL.
Remove spillovers and heavy soiling as soon as possible. Regular cleanings will
reduce the number of major cleanings later
Surfaces
How to Clean
Glass, Painted and Plastic Body For general cleaning, use hot, soapy water and a cloth. For more difficult soils and
Parts and Decorative Trim
built-up grease, apply a liquid detergent directly onto the soil. Leave on soil for 30
to 60 minutes. Rinse with a damp cloth and dry. DO NOT use abrasive cleaners
on any of these materials; they can scratch.
Control Panel
Before cleaning the control panel, turn all controls to OFF. Lightly spray the control
panel with a liquid cleaner. Wipe with a soft cloth or paper towel. DO NOT use
abrasive cleaners or scouring pads. These can permanently damage the control
panel surface.
Porcelain Enamel
Broiler Pan and Grid
Gentle scouring with a soapy scouring pad will remove most spots. Rinse with a
1:1 solution of clear water and ammonia. If necessary, cover difficult spots with an
ammonia-soaked paper towel for 30 to 40 minutes. Rinse with clean water and a
damp cloth, and then scrub with a soap-filled scouring pad. Rinse and wipe dry
with a clean cloth. Remove all cleaners or the porcelain may become damaged
during future heating.
Stainless Steel, Chrome
Clean with hot, soapy water and a dishcloth. Rinse with clean water and a cloth.
Decorative Trim, Oven Racks, Cover stubborn spots with an ammonia-soaked paper towel for 30 to 40 minutes.
Oven Racks Support
Rinse. Cleaners made especially for stainless steel are recommended. Be sure to
rinse the cleaners as bluish stains may occur during heating and cannot be removed.
Porcelain Coated Oven Racks
This oven comes with lubricated porcelain oven racks, which can remain in the
oven during the self-clean cycle. Do not clean this vegetable oil lubrication off
the racks. It is important that the sides of the oven racks always have a light
coating of vegetable oil. To maintain optimal rack performance, re-apply a thin
layer of vegetable oil to the sides of the rack after every self-clean cycle or
when the rack becomes difficult to slide.
For instructions on how to care for your glide racks, see “Caring for Your Porcelain Enameled Glide Racks” on page 46.
Oven Door
To clean oven door, wash with hot, soapy water and a clean cloth. DO NOT immerse
the door in water or clean the oven door gasket
Oven Door Gasket
The oven gasket located on the inner frame of the door and visible when the door
is opened is essential for a good seal. Care should be taken not to rub, damage
or remove the gasket.
Lower Oven
To remove burned-on fat on oven walls, moisten soiled parts with household ammonia, using a wet cloth. Complete cleaning with a damp cloth and use a fine
steel wool scouring agent if necessary.
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Care & Cleaning
Care and cleaning of
stainless steel
Replacing the dual left/right
corner oven lights
Special care and cleaning are required for
maintaining the appearance of stainless parts.
Please refer to the table provided at the beginning
of the General Care & Cleaning section in this
Use & Care Manual.
The interior oven lights are located at the rear
of the oven cavity and are covered with a glass
shield. The glass shield must be in place whenever
the oven is in use.
To replace the oven interior light bulb:
Special door care instructions
IMPORTANT
Most oven doors contain glass that can break.
Read the following recommendations:
•
Do not close the oven door until all the interior
oven racks are fully inserted and retracted to
the back of the oven.
•
Do not hit the glass with pots, pans, or any
other object. The oven door glass may break or
even break at a later time unexpectedly.
•
Scratching, hitting, jarring or stressing the oven
door glass may weaken its structure causing
an increased risk of breakage at a later time.
•
You may use a glass cleaner on the outside
of the oven door glass. Do not spray or allow
water or the cleaner to enter or drip down into
the oven door vents. Spray cleaner on cloth
first and then wipe the oven door clean.
•
Do not use strong oven cleaners, powders or
any harsh abrasive cleaning materials on the
outside of the oven door or glass.
•
Never clean the oven door gasket. The oven
door gasket should always clean during the
Self-clean cycle.
Be sure the range is unplugged and all parts
are COOL before replacing oven light. Wear
a leather-faced glove for protection against
possible broken glass.
1. Turn electrical power off at the main source.
2. Remove interior oven light shield by turning a
quarter turn counter-clockwise.
3. Replace bulb with a new T-4 type Halogen 25
watt appliance bulb. Do not twist the bulb, pull
it straight out.
IMPORTANT! Do not allow your fingers to touch
the new bulb when replacing. This will shorten the
life of the bulb. Use a paper towel or cotton glove
while handling the new bulb when installing.
4. Replace glass oven light shield by rotating
clockwise.
5. Turn power back on again at the main source
(or plug the appliance back in).
6. Be sure to reset the time of day on the clock.
Care & Cleaning
Removing and replacing the
oven door
Oven door
hinge
location
To prevent possible burns, do not attempt to remove the
oven door until the oven has completely cooled.
The door is heavy. Be careful when removing and lifting
the door. Do not lift the oven door by the handle.
Figure 1 - Door hinge location
To Remove Oven Door:
1. Open oven door completely (horizontal with floor- Fig. 1).
2. Pull the door hinge locks on both left and right door hinges
down from the oven frame completely towards the oven door
(Fig. 2). A tool such as a small flat-blade screwdriver may be
required.
3. Firmly grasp both sides of oven door along the door sides
(Do not use the oven door handle).
4. Close the door to about a 10 degrees. The oven door will stop
into this position just before fully closing.
5. With the oven door in this position (Fig. 3), lift and carefully
pull the oven door away from the oven frame. To avoid finish
damage, be careful not to allow the oven door hinges to
contact the oven front frame.
Figure 2 - Door hinge locks
About
To Replace Oven Door:
1. Firmly grasp both sides of oven door along the door sides
(Do not use the oven door handle).
2. Holding the oven door at the same angle as the removal
position, carefully line up and insert both door hinge arms
between the pins located on each side of the oven door
frame (Fig. 4)
3. With both door hinge arms in place, open the oven door
(horizontal with floor- Fig. 1).
4. Push the door hinge locks up towards and into the oven
frame for both left and right oven door hinges (Fig. 2) to the
locked position.
5. Close the oven door.
Special Door Care Instructions
CAUTION - Most oven doors contain glass that can break.
Read the following recommendations:
• Do not close the oven door until all the oven racks are fully in
place.
• Do not hit the glass with pots, pans, or any other object.
• Scratching, hitting, jarring or stressing the glass may weaken
its structure causing an increased risk of breakage at a later
time.
Oven
door
Hinge
Figure 3 - Holding door for removal
Roller
pin
Hinge
arm
Figure 4 - Location of hinge arm
and roller pin
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Care and Cleaning
Cooktop cleaning and
maintenance
Consistent and proper cleaning is essential to
maintaining your ceramic glass cooktop
Prior to using your cooktop for the first time,
apply the recommended Cleaning Creme to the
ceramic surface. A sample of that cleaning creme
is supplied with your cooktop and it is available in
most hardware stores. Clean and buff with a paper
towel. This will make cleaning easier when soiled
from cooking. The special cooktop cleaning cream
leaves a protective finish on the glass to help
prevent scratches and abrasions.
Sliding aluminum or copper clad bottom pans on
the cooktop can cause metal markings on the
cooktop surface. These marks should be removed
immediately after the cooktop has cooled using
the cooktop cleaning cream. Metal marks can
become permanent if not removed prior to future
use.
Cleaning recommendations
for the ceramic glass cooktop
Before cleaning the cooktop, be sure the controls
are turned to OFF and the cooktop is COOL.
DO NOT use a cooktop cleaner on a hot
cooktop. The fumes can be hazardous to
your health, and can chemically damage the
ceramic-glass surface.
For light to moderate soil:
Apply a few drops of CookTop® Cleaning Creme
directly to the cooktop. Use a paper towel to clean
the entire cooktop surface. Make sure the cooktop
is cleaned thoroughly, leaving no residue. Do not
use the towel you use to clean the cooktop for any
other purpose.
For heavy, burned on soil:
First, clean the surface as described above. Then,
if soils remain, carefully scrape soils with a metal
razor blade scraper, holding scraper at a 30 degree
angle to the surface. Remove loosened soils with
cooktop cleaning cream and buff surface clean.
Cookware (cast iron, metal, ceramic or glass) with
rough bottoms can mark or scratch the cooktop
surface. Do not slide anything metal or glass
across the cooktop. Do not use your cooktop as
a cutting board or work surface in the kitchen. Do
not cook foods directly on the cooktop surface
without a pan. Do not drop heavy or hard objects
on the glass cooktop, they may cause it to crack or
break.
Care and Cleaning
Cleaning recommendations
for the ceramic glass cooktop
(continued)
•
Damage to the ceramic glass cooktop may occur
if you use scrub pad.
Plastic or foods with a high sugar content:
These types of soils must be removed immediately
if spilled or melted onto the ceramic cooktop
surface. Permanent damage (such as pitting of
the cooktop surface) may occur if not removed
immediately. After turning the surface elements
OFF, use a razor blade scraper or a metal spatula
with a mitt and scrape the soil from the hot surface
(as illustrated on previous page). Allow the cooktop
to cool, and use the same method for heavy or
burned on soils.
Special Caution for Aluminum Foil and
Aluminum Cooking Utensils
• Aluminum foil - Use of aluminum foil will damage
the cooktop. Do not use thin aluminum cooking
utensils or allow foil to touch the ceramic cooktop
under ANY circumstances.
• Aluminum utensils - The melting point of
aluminum is much lower than that of other
metals. Care must be taken when aluminum pots
or pans are used on the cooktop. If allowed to
boil dry, not only will the utensil be destroyed, but
it may fuse to, break or mark the ceramic glass
surface, permanently damaging the cooktop
surface.
•
•
Do not use abrasive cleaners and scouring
pads, such as metal and some nylon pads.
They may scratch the cooktop, making it
more difficult to clean.
Do not use harsh cleaners, such as chlorine
bleach, ammonia or oven cleaners, as they
may etch or discolor the cooktop.
Do not use dirty sponges, cloths or paper
towels, as they can leave soil or lint on
the cooktop which can burn and cause
discoloration.
Broiler pan cleaning tips
To make cleaning easier, line the bottom of the
broiler pan with aluminum foil. DO NOT cover the
broiler grid with foil.
To prevent grease from baking on, remove the
broiler pan from the oven as soon as cooking is
completed. Use hot pads because the broiler pan
is extremely hot. Pour off grease. Soak the pan in
HOT, soapy water.
Clean the broiler pan as soon as possible after
each use. If necessary, use soap-filled steel wool
pads. Heavy scouring may scratch the grid.
Grid
Do not use the following on the ceramic glass
cooktop:
Broiler Pan
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Care and Cleaning
Caring for your porcelain
enameled glide racks
Handle oven racks only when they are cool. After
cooking or after the self clean cycle, racks will be
very hot and can cause burns.
IMPORTANT
• It is recommended to remove all racks from the
oven during self-clean cycles, but porcelain racks
may be left in the oven if they are soiled. After a
self clean cycle, or anytime the gliding is rough,
the glide racks should be treated with graphite
lubrication.
• Do not use cooking oil, cooking spray, or other
oil-based lubrication products on the glide rack
extension tracks. Use only the graphite lubrication
in this area. To order graphite lubrication, contact
your installer, servicer or dealer.
• It is important that the parts of the rack that contact
the oven sides always have a light coating of
vegetable oil. Apply a thin layer of vegetable oil to
the sides of the rack after every self-clean cycle
and when the rack becomes difficult to reposition
in the oven.
4. Extend and return the glide rack several times
along the tracks to distribute the lubrication.
5. Turn glide rack over. Shake graphite lubrication
very well before applying. Place four drops of
graphite lubrication along the tracks. Repeat on
both sides of the glide rack.
To lubricate the glide rack:
1. Remove the rack from the oven and place
the rack on a large flat surface covered with
newspaper or scrap cloth. Fully extend the rack.
2. Wipe away debris and crumbs from the glide
track using a cloth or sponge.
6. Extend and return the glide rack several times
along the tracks to distribute the lubrication.
7. Apply a thin layer of cooking oil to the outer frame
of the glide rack as shown below. Keeping the
frame sides lightly lubricated allows the entire
rack to slide easily when changing rack positions.
3. Shake graphite lubrication very well before
applying. Place four drops of graphite lubrication
along the tracks (see area circled on figure
below). Repeat on both sides of the glide rack.
8. Replace rack in oven right-side up.
Solutions to common problems
Baking problems
For best cooking results pre-heat the oven when baking cookies, breads, cakes, pies or pastries, etc.
There is no need to preheat the oven for roasting meats or baking casseroles. The cooking times and
temperatures needed to bake a product may vary slightly from your previous appliance.
Baking Problems and Solutions Chart
Baking
Problems
Causes
Corrections
•
Cookies and biscuits
put into the oven before
the preheating time is
completed.
Oven rack overcrowded.
•
Allow oven to preheat to the selected
temperature before placing food in oven.
•
Dark pan absorbs heat
too fast.
• Cakes put into the oven
before preheating time is
completed.
•
Choose pan sizes that will permit 5.1 cm to
10.2 cm (2” to 4”) of air space on all sides
when placed in the oven.
Use a medium-weight aluminum baking sheet.
•
Allow oven to preheat to the selected
temperature before placing food in the oven.
•
Rack position too high or
low.
• Oven too hot.
•
Use proper rack position for baking needs.
•
Cakes not done in
the center.
•
•
• Incorrect pan size.
• Pan not centered in oven.
•
•
Cakes not level.
•
Range not level.
•
•
Pan too close to oven
wall or rack overcrowded.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Pan warped.
Oven light left on during
baking
Oven too cool.
Set oven temperature 25°F/12°C lower than
recommended.
Set oven temperature 25°F/12°C lower than
recommended.
Use pan size suggested in recipe.
Use proper rack position and place pan so
there is 5.1cm to 10.2cm (2” to 4”) of space
on all sides of pan.
Place a marked glass measuring cup filled with
water on the center of the oven rack. If the
water level is uneven, refer to the installation
instructions for leveling the range.
Be sure to allow 5.1cm to 10.2cm (2” to 4”)
of clearance on all sides of each pan in the
oven.
Do not use pans that are dented or warped.
Do not leave oven light on while baking.
•
Oven overcrowded.
•
Oven door opened too
frequently.
Cookies and
biscuits burn on
the bottom.
•
•
Cakes too dark on
top or bottom.
Foods not done
when cooking time
is up.
Oven too hot.
•
Set oven temperature 25°F/12°C higher than
suggested and bake for the recommended
time.
• Be sure to remove all pans from the oven
except the ones to be used for baking.
• Open oven door only after shortest
recommended baking time.
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Solutions to common problems
Before calling for service, review this list. It may save you both time and expense. This list includes
common experiences that are not the result of defective workmanship or material in your cooktop.
Before you call
Problem
Solution
Oven control
chimes and
displays an F
error code.
• Electronic control has detected a fault condition. Push CANCEL pad to clear
the display and stop the display from beeping. Reprogram the oven. If a fault
reoccurs, record the fault number, push the CANCEL pad and contact an
authorized servicer.
Installation
• Place oven rack in center of oven. Place a level on the oven rack. Contact
installing agent if rack and cabinet cutout flooring are not level.
• Kitchen cabinet misalignment may make range appear to be not level. Be sure
cabinets are square and level. Contact cabinet maker to correct problem.
Entire range
does not
operate
• When the range is first plugged in, or when the power supply to the oven has been
interrupted, the display will flash. The range cannot be programmed until the clock
is set.
• Be sure electrical cord is securely connected into the electrical junction box.
• Cord/plug is not installed and/or connected. Cord is not supplied with range. Contact
your dealer, installing agent or authorized servicer.
• Service wiring not complete. Contact your dealer, installing agent or authorized
servicer.
• Power outage. Check house lights to be sure. Call your local electric company.
• Short in cord/plug. Replace cord/plug.
• Controls are not set properly. See instructions to set the controls.
• House fuse has blown or circuit breaker has tripped immediately following installation.
• House fuse may not be fully engaged. Check fuse and screw or engage circuit
breaker securely.
Oven light does
not work
• Burned-out or loose bulb. Follow the instructions under Oven Light to replace or
tighten the bulb.
Self-cleaning
cycle does not
work
• Make sure the oven door is closed.
• Controls not set properly. Follow instructions under “Setting Self-Clean”.
Oven smokes
excessively
during broiling
• Meat too close to the broiler element. Reposition the rack to provide more
clearance between the meat and the broiler. Preheat broil element for quick
searing operation.
• Meat not properly prepared. Remove excess fat from meat. Cut remaining fatty
edges to prevent curling, but do not cut into the lean.
• Grid on broiler pan wrong side-up. Grease does not drain into broiler pan. Always
place the grid on the broiler pan with the ribs up and the slots down to allow
grease to drip into the pan.
• Broiler pan used without grid or grid cover with aluminum foil. DO NOT use the
broiler pan without the grid or cover the grid with aluminum foil.
• Oven needs to be cleaned. Grease has built up on oven surfaces. Regular
cleaning is necessary when broiling frequently. Grease or food spatters cause
excessive smoking.
Questions or for service call: 1-877-4ELECTROLUX (1-877-435-3287)
Solutions to common problems
Before you call
Problem
Solution
Soil not
completely
remove after
self-cleaning
cycle is
completed
• Failure to clean bottom, from top of oven, frame of oven or door area outside oven
seal. These areas are not in the self-cleaning area, but get hot enough to burn on
residue. Clean these areas before the self-cleaning cycle is started. Burned on
residue can be cleaned with a stiff nylon brush and water or a nylon scrubber. Be
careful not to damage the oven gasket.
Poor cooking
results
• Many factors affect baking results. See baking for hints, cause and corrections.
See Adjusting Oven Temperature.
• Adjust the recipe’s recommended power levels or cooking times.
• Cookware is too lightweight or warped. Use heavier quality cookware so foods
being prepared may cook more evenly.
Flames inside
oven or
smoking from
oven vent
• Excessive spillovers in oven. This is normal, especially for high oven
temperatures, pie spillovers or for large amounts of grease on bottom of oven.
Wipe up excessive spillovers.
• Excessive spillovers in oven. Set the self-clean cycle for longer cleaning time.
Surface element • No power to appliance. Check/reset breaker or replace fuse. If the problem is a circuit
does not heat
overload, or improper connection of the armored cable supplied with the appliance,
have this situation corrected by a qualified electrician.
• Too low heat setting. Turn control to a slightly higher setting until element comes on.
• Incorrect control is on. Be sure to use correct control for the element needed.
• No cookware was placed on the induction cooking zones or the cookware material
type is incorrect for induction cooking.
Surface element • Incorrect control setting. Raise or lower setting until proper amount of heat is obtained.
too hot or not
Dial markings are an indicator of relative heat settings and will vary slightly.
hot enough
• Lightweight or warped pans being used. Use only flat, evenly balanced, medium or
heavyweight cookware.
• Voltage is incorrect. Be sure appliance is properly connected to the specified power
source.
• Use only flat bottom, evenly balanced, medium or heavyweight cookware. Pans
having a flat bottom heat better than warped pans. Cookware material affects
heating. Heavy and medium weight pans heat evenly. Because lightweight pans
heat unevenly, foods may burn easily.
Food not
heating evenly
• Improper cookware. Select flat-bottomed cookware of a proper size to fit element.
Oven racks do
not slide easily.
•
• Incorrect control setting. Raise or lower setting until proper amount of heat is obtained.
This oven comes with lubricated porcelain oven racks, which can remain in the
oven during the self-clean cycle. Do not clean this vegetable oil lubrication off
the racks. It is important that the sides of the oven racks always have a light
coating of vegetable oil. To maintain optimal rack performance, re-apply a thin
layer of vegetable oil to the sides of the rack after every self-clean cycle or when
the rack becomes difficult to slide.
Questions or for service call: 1-877-4ELECTROLUX (1-877-435-3287)
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Solutions to common problems
Before you call
Problem
Solution
Glide racks
do not slide
smoothly
• Glide racks need lubrication. For instructions on how to care for your oven racks,
see “Caring for Your Porcelain Enameled Glide Racks” on page 46.
Scratches or
• Coarse particles (such as salt or sand) are between cooktop and utensil. Be sure
abrasions on
cooktop surface and bottom of utensils are clean before use. Small scratches do
ceramic glass
not affect cooking and will become less visible with use.
cooktop surface
• Cleaning materials not recommended for glass ceramic cooktop have been used.
See Ceramic-Glass Cooktop section in this Owner’s Guide.
• Cookware with rough bottom has been used. Use flat-bottomed, smooth utensils.
See Selecting Surface Cooking Utensils in this Owner’s Guide
Brown streaks
• Boilovers have cooked onto surface. Use razor blade scraper to remove soil. See
and specks on
instructions under General Care & Cleaning.
ceramic glass
• Cleaning materials not recommended for ceramic-glass cooktop have been used.
cooktop surface
Use recommended cleaners and cleaning method. See Ceramic-Glass Cooktop
section in this Owner’s Guide.
Areas of
• Mineral deposits from water and food. Wet surface with water and sprinkle on
discoloration on
a cooktop cleaning creme. Scrub with a clean damp paper towel until the stain
ceramic glass
disappears. Wipe remaining paste away, then apply a small amount of cooktop
cooktop surface
cleaning creme and polish with a clean paper towel. Use cookware with clean, dry
bottoms. See Ceramic-Glass Cooktop section in this Owner’s Guide.
Metal marks on • Sliding or scraping of metal utensils on cooktop surface. Do not slide metal utensils
ceramic glass
on cooktop surface. Use a mildly abrasive cleanser to remove marks
cooktop surface
Questions or for service call: 1-877-4ELECTROLUX (1-877-435-3287)
Warranty
Your appliance is covered by a one year limited warranty. For one year from your original date of purchase, Electrolux will
repair or replace any parts of this appliance that prove to be defective in materials or workmanship when such appliance
is installed, used, and maintained in accordance with the provided instructions. In addition, the glass cooktop or radiant
surface element of your appliance (excluding built-in and free-standing range appliances) is covered by a two through
five year limited warranty. During the 2nd through 5th years from your original date of purchase, Electrolux will provide
a replacement glass cooktop or radiant surface element for your appliance which has proven to be defective in materials
or workmanship when such appliance is installed, used, and maintained in accordance with the provided instructions.
Exclusions
This warranty does not cover the following:
1. Products with original serial numbers that have been removed, altered or cannot be readily determined.
2. Product that has been transferred from its original owner to another party or removed outside the USA or Canada.
3. Rust on the interior or exterior of the unit.
4. Products purchased “as-is” are not covered by this warranty.
5. Food loss due to any refrigerator or freezer failures.
6. Products used in a commercial setting.
7. Service calls which do not involve malfunction or defects in materials or workmanship, or for appliances not in ordinary
household use or used other than in accordance with the provided instructions.
8. Service calls to correct the installation of your appliance or to instruct you how to use your appliance.
9. Expenses for making the appliance accessible for servicing, such as removal of trim, cupboards, shelves, etc., which
are not a part of the appliance when it is shipped from the factory.
10. Service calls to repair or replace appliance light bulbs, air filters, water filters, other consumables, or knobs, handles,
or other cosmetic parts.
11. Labor or in-home service costs during the additional limited warranty periods beyond the first year from your original
date of purchase.
12. Pickup and delivery costs; your appliance is designed to be repaired in the home.
13. Surcharges including, but not limited to, any after hour, weekend, or holiday service calls, tolls, ferry trip charges, or
mileage expense for service calls to remote areas, including the state of Alaska.
14. Damages to the finish of appliance or home incurred during transportation or installation, including but not limited to
floors, cabinets, walls, etc.
15. Damages caused by: services performed by unauthorized service companies; use of parts other than genuine Electrolux
parts or parts obtained from persons other than authorized service companies; or external causes such as abuse, misuse,
inadequate power supply, accidents, fires, or acts of God.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES; LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
CUSTOMER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE REPAIR OR
REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED HEREIN. CLAIMS BASED ON IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO ONE YEAR OR THE
SHORTEST PERIOD ALLOWED BY LAW, BUT NOT LESS THAN ONE YEAR. ELECTROLUX SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES SUCH AS PROPERTY DAMAGE AND INCIDENTAL
EXPENSES RESULTING FROM ANY BREACH OF THIS WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY. SOME STATES AND PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LIMITATIONS ON THE DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THESE
LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC
LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS THAT VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
If You Need Service
Keep your receipt, delivery slip, or some other appropriate payment record to establish the warranty period should
service be required. If service is performed, it is in your best interest to obtain and keep all receipts. Service under this
warranty must be obtained by contacting Electrolux at the addresses or phone numbers below.
This warranty only applies in the USA, Puerto Rico and Canada. In the USA and Puerto Rico, your appliance is warranted
by Electrolux Major Appliances North America, a division of Electrolux Home Products, Inc. In Canada, your appliance
is warranted by Electrolux Canada Corp. Electrolux authorizes no person to change or add to any obligations under
this warranty. Obligations for service and parts under this warranty must be performed by Electrolux or an authorized
service company. Product features or specifications as described or illustrated are subject to change without notice. USA
1.800.944.9044
Electrolux Home Products, Inc.,
10200 David Taylor Drive
Charlotte, NC 28262
Canada
1-800-265-8352
Electrolux Canada Corp.
5855 Terry Fox Way
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5V 3E4
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www.electrolux-store.com
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