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GE RB502SWH Use and Care Manual
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Contents
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Ant i-Tip Dcvicc
5, 12, 14, 15. 17
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Use and Care
Guide
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Consumer Services
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Problem Solver
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Safety Instructions
3–5
Surface Cooking
C:lnning Tips
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Will-1-tlnty
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Back Cover
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Model
RB502S
MNU 135
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HELP US HELP YOU...
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Before using your range,
read this book carefully.
Write down the model
and serial numbers.
If you received
a damaged range..;
It is intended to help yOLI operate
;lnd maintain your new range
properly,
Keep it handy for answers to your
questions.
If you don’t understand something
or need more help, write (include
your phone number):
Consumer Aff~iirs
GE; Appliances
Applizince Park
Louisville, KY 40225
You’ll find them on kl l:lbel on
the flo[]t of the r:ingc behind tile
lower panel.
These numbers:lre tilso on the
Consumer Product Ownership
Registration Card thilt ciime with
your runge. Befort sending in this
card, please write these numbers
here:
[mediately contact the de:ller (or
builder) th~lt sold you the r~lnge.
Model Number
Save time and money.
Before you request
service . . .
Check the Problem Solver in the
b~ick of this book. It lists c~luses of;
minor opel”ating problcms that yOLI
c:In correct yourself.
Serial Numbel
Use these nLlnlbers in tiny
correspondence or service calls
concern in: your rtulgc.
IF YOU NEED SERVICE...
To obttiin service, see the
Consumer Services page in the
b:lck of this book.
We’re proud of our service Llnd
w;lnt you to be pleosed. If for some
reason you are not happy with
the service you receive, here are
3 steps to follow for further help.
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FIRST, contiict the people who
serviced yoLIr :lpp!i~ince. Explain
why you :u-e not ple:lsed. In most
cases, this will solve the problem.
NEXT. if you ~u-e still not ple:ised,
write []11 the de[ails—i ncludi ng
your phone numbel----to:
Manager, Consumer Reliltions
GE Appli:inces
Appliance P:lrk
Louisville, KY 40225
FINALLY. il. your problem is still
not resolved, write:
Miljor Appliance Consumer
Action Ptlnel
20 North W;icker Drive
Chict~go. IL 60606”
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Read All Instructions Before Using Your Range.
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
When using electrical appliances, basic safety
precautions should be followed, including the
following:
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Use this appliance only for its intended use
as described in this manual.
Be sure your appliance is properly installed and
grounded by a qualified technician in ~ccordance
c Teach children not to play with the controls or
any other part of the range.
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with the provided [nstallatiotl [instructions.
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Do not attempt to repair or replace any part
of your range unless it is specifically
recommended in this book. All other scrvici[lg
should bc I-clerred to a qualilicd technician.
Before performing any service, DISC ONNF;C1’
‘1’HF; RANGFJ POWIJR SUPPLY AT THE
HOUSEHOLD DISTRIBUTION PANEL BY
REMOVING THE FUSE OR SWITCHING OFF
TIHE CIRCUIT BREAKER.
WARNING—All ranges can ti and
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injury could result. To prevent
accidental tipping of the range
from abnormal usage, including
excess loading of the oven door,
attacb it to the wall or iloor by
installing [he Anti-Tip device
supplied. To insure the device is
properly installed and engaged.
rcnlo\’e the drawer panel and
inspect the rear leveling leg.
Make sure it fits securely into
the s l o t .
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Never leave the oven door open when you are
not watching the range.
Always keep combustible wall coverings,
curtains or drapes a safe distance from
your range.
Do not allow anyone to climbt stand or hang on
the door, drawer or range top. They could
damage the range and even tip it over, causing
severe personal injury.
Never wear loose-fitting or hanging garments
while using the appliance. Flammable material
could be ignited if brought in contact with hot
heating elements and may cause severe burns.
Use only dry pot holders—
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moist
or damp pot holders tin hot
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surftices may result in burns from
steam. Do not let pot holders touch hot heating
elements. Do not use a towel or other bulky cloth.
Such cloths ctin catch fire on ;I hot surface unit.
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Always keep dish towels, dish cloths, pot
holders and other linens a safe distance from
your range.
Always keep wooden and plastic utensils
and canned food a safe distance away from
your range.
For your safety, never use your appliance for
warming or heating the room.
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It yoLl pull the range oLlt fronl the wall fot” any
reason, make sLlre the device engages the range
when you push the range back. Please refer to the
Anti-Tip device information in this book. Failure to
take this precaution coLIld resLllt in tipping of the
range and injury.
“ Do not leave children alone-children should
not be left alone or untittetlded in :In :~rea whel”e aIl
appliance is in use. They should never be allowed
to sit or stsnd on any part of the appliance.
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CAUTION: ITEMS OF INTEREST TO
CHILDREN SHOULD NOT BE STORED IN
CABINF;TS ABOVE A RANGE OR ON THE
BACKSPLASH OF A RANGE—CHILDREN
CLIMBING ON THE RANGE TO REACH
ITEMS COULD BE SERIOUSLY INJURED.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
(con[inue~i)
* Do not store flammable materials in an oven
or near the cooktop.
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DO NOT STORE OR USE COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIALS, GASOI.INE OR OTHER
FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS
IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY
OTHER APPLIANCE.
o Keep hood and grease filters clean to maintain
b(Iood venting and to avoid grease fires.
Do not let cooking grease or other flammable
materials accumulate in or near the range.
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Do not use water on grease fires.
Never pick up a flaming pan. Smother
flaming pan on the surface unit by
covering pan completely with wellfitting lid, cookie sheet or tlat tray, or if available,
use dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher.
Oven
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Flame in the oven can be smothered completely
by closing the oven door and turning the OVEN
CONTROL to OFF [)r usc a chemical or foamtvpe exti!~guisher,
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Keep the oven vent duct
unobstructed.
“%:.. ..::;;-:: Keep the oven free from
a
grease buildup.
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$ Do not touch the heating elemenk or interior
surface ot oven and surface units.
These surfaces may be hot enough to burn even
though they are dark in color. During and after
use, do not touch, or let ciothin: or other
tlammable materials cont~i~:! su~ftice units, areas
nearby surface units o: tin} interii)r area of the
oven; allow sufficient [line t’or cooiing, first.
Potentially hot surf:ices include [he cooktop and
areas facing the cooktln. :)ven v:nt opening and
surfaces near the opel}: ~1:, Lnl:i cr~’ ~ices around the
oven door, and met:il til j~} ~’:lrt~ ab(~ve the door.
Remember: The insiuti ~i~~l’.ice of {Ile ()~en may
be hot when the door is L)pened,
When cooking pork, follow the dirccti ons
exactly and always cook the meat to an in[ernal
temperature of at least 170°F. This assures that,
in the remote possibility that trichina may be
present in the meat, it will be killed and the meat
will be safe to eat.
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Do not heat unopened food containers.
Pressure could build up and the container
could burst, causing an injury.
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Flaming grease outside a pan can be put out by
covering with baking soda or, if available, a
multi-purpose dr? chemical or foam-type fire
extinguisher.
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Stand away from the range when opening oven
door. Hot air or steam which escapes can cause
burns to hands, face and/or eyes.
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Place the oven shelf in the desired position
while the oven is cool. If the shelves must be
handled when hot, do not let pot holder contact
the heating units in the oven.
Pulling out the shelf to the shelf stop is a
convenience in lifting heavy foods. It is also a
precaution against burns from touching hot
surfaces of the door or oven walls.
When using cooking or roasting bags in oven,
follow the manufacturer’s directions,,
Do not use your oven to dry newspapers.
If overheated, they can catch fire.
Do not use oven for a storage area.
Items stored in an oven can ignite.
Do not leave paper products, cooking utensils,
or food in the oven when not in use.
After broiling, always take the broiler pan out of
the range and clean it. Leftover grease in the
broiler pan can catch fire the next time you use
the pan.
Never leave jars or cans of fat drippings on or
near your oven,
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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(c(JntinLled)
Surface Cooking Units
L’se proper pan size—’l’h is
‘\y’;~:$. ., appliance is cyuipped with different
% size sarfacc units. Select cookware
having flat bo((onls” large enough to covel- [he
surface unit heating elcmcnt. The use 01”
undersized cookware” will expose ~ portion” of the
hea(ing element to direct contac( and may result in
ignition of clothing. Proper t-elati[)nship of
cookware” to burner will :11so inlprovc efficiency.
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Never lea~e tilt surface units unattended at
high beat settings. ~f)il~)vcr causes smoking and
greasy spillc)ver~ (hat n !ay ca(ch on I’ire.
s Ile sure the drip pans and \ent are not covered
and are in place. Their absence during cooking
could damage range parts and wiring.
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Do not use aluminum foil to line the drip pans
or anywhere in the oven except as described in
this book. Misuse could result in a shock+ i’ire
hazard or damage to the range.
only certain types of’ glass, glass/ceramic,
earthenware or other glazed containers are
suitable for cooktop service; others may bretik
because oi’ the sudden change in lcmpet’ature.
To minimize the possibility of’ burns, ignition
of ftammabte materials. and spit tage, the handte
of a container shoutd be turned toward the center
()[’ the range without extending over nearby
surlacc units.
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Ke(]p an eye {]~1 ~’ot)ds bring fried at HI or
MEDIIIM Hl(; ll heats.
I’oods for frjing should be as dry as possible.
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F’rest (~tl fr[)z.cn l’()(~ds ~~r r[loislute 011 ft-esh [’(~(?ds
l.:~tl ~:iLIS~ }Iot t’;l[ [() bl~bbl~ Up illid over sides
of pan.
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fat for efl.ecti~e shallow ~jt. deep-fat
fr~ing. l:illing the pan too” [ull 01 l~tt C:an ~ause
spillovers whtn i{~od is added.
Use little
If a combination of oils or fats will be used
in frying, stir together before heatin~, or as fats
Illclt Stowty.
Always heat fat slowly, anci watch as it heats.
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Use a deep fat thermometer whene}’(!r
possible to prevent overheating fat beyond the
snloking point.
Never clean the cooktop surface when it is hot.
Some cleaners produce noxious fumes and wet
cloths could cause steam burns if used on a
hot surface.
Never try to move a pan of hot fat, especially
a deep fat fryer. Wait until the fat is cool.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
Always turn the surface unit to OFF before
removing cookware.
To avoid the possibility of a burn or electric
shock, always be cer(tiin that the controls for alt
surface units are at OFF position and alt coils are
coot before attempting to tift or remove the unit.
* When flaming foods are under the hood,
turn the fan off. The fan, ii: operating, may spread
the flame.
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Do not immerse or soak the removable surface
units. Do not put them in a dishwasher-.
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F’eature Index
I () Oven Vent I)uct
k;xplained
on page
18
Loc:lte(l llndcr the rigb[
I“eilr Sllrl.:lcc 11 nit,
I I 1)lug-In Surface Units
MLly bc I-enlc)vc(i wbc]l
4 oven S!lelkes
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5 IJroil [jnit
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c]e:lning LIncler llni[.
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7 Surface Unit (Jontrols
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“ON’” Indicator I.ights
for Surface Units
1.7 oven Shelf Supports
Shelf positions” lit-e sLlggested
in [he B:lk in:. R~):isting :lnd
Bt-(Jiling sections.
i 4 i3roiler Pan and Rack
8 oven Control
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1 z Chrome-IJ]ated I)rip Pans
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I.ift-Up (looktop
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8. I 7
15
7
Removat)le o v e n I)oor w i t h
Broil Stop Position E~isily
ren]oved fc)r oven clean i n:.
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SUNACE COOKING
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How to Set the Controls
1)llsll the ktloh ill ;Illcl tLIItl ill cithct” ~lil’ccti~)rl tt) [he’
sc[ti II: }011 w:lllt.
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“-””
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13C Slllc yell (111”1) tllc c(~lltl’t)l [() ()[’;~; ~’tl~ll Y~)ll
Iillish cot)killg.
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‘1’hc surface unit illdic:it{)r light wilt ytow whctl
ANY hc:it scttilly t)II :IIIJ SLIII’:LCC Lltlit is 011.
F+
Heat Setting (Juide
MkUi LIM
HIGli
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COOKING TIPS
Cookware
Use tllcdiutll-ot hc:l\ry-wJcight c(~c~kw’~it”c. Alll]lliilll!ll
C()()kw’iire Collctllcts Ilc:lt l’ilstel’ ttl:lll ()( IICI’ Illetills.
(.:ist-it”c)tl ~uld coiltcd c:lst-il(~ll co{)kwt]l”c :LIC slt)w tc>
:Itlsol-h tle:lt, hll[ :Cllcl’illl)’ cook” c\’c Illy :It low (()
I]ledilltll heitl sc(tillg~. Stcct [3:I11s tll:ly cook” Lltlc\ctlly
i 1’ 1101 cc~tllbillcd with c)ttlct” tllcl:lt~.
t:[)i- best c(~okillg tcslllts 13:ltls stl~)llld he l’l~lt c)tl the
b~~ttolll. M:itch the siz,c 01” the s:tllcei):ltl to the size (~f’
the SLII-I’:ICC llllit. The }>:LI1 shc)LIld tlot extctld ()\IcI. the
edge (JI. the tt.itll Iitlg tll(~t.e thiltl I itlch.
Right
Wrong
m
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NOT OVER 1 INCH
OVER 1 tNCH
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SU~ACE COOKING
(Con[lnllc(l)
Deep E’at E’rying
Wok Cooking
we reconlnlerld ttlil!
you LISe orl]y 21 tlLltbottonled” wok.
They are av;]ilable
at yc)LIr local ret:li i
store.
HOME CANNING TIPS
Canning sh{)ul(l be [lone on the surface units only.
Pots th~it e;<terrci beyr.”)nc! 1 inch of surface unit’s
~irip p~ul are tl(~t rec(~nlnlended t(~r ln(~st surface
cc~(~king. H[~wever. when c:inning with water-bath 01.
pressure canner, !:ilgc]-di:ll~3ete1 pots nlay be used.
This is bec:luse b(~iiing wtlter tetnperatures (even
under pressure ) ~lre not h;lr]nful to c{~oktop” surt:~ces
surroundi t]: ttl~> surf.lice unit,
HOWEVER. 110 NOT (JSE LARGE DIAhll’;’i’I-iR
CANNERS OR OTHk;R LARGI; 1>1 AM HT[~f< 1>()’[,S –
FOR F’RYINC; OR BOILING FOODS OTHER
THAN WATEf{, M(~st syrup (Jt SLIUCC nlixtures--dnci :111 types 01” t’rying-cook” :It [enlper:lturcs tnuch
higher (htin boiling w:~tcr. Sl;cll [cnlpcr:l[urcs c~~iild
C1’erltuill Iy hilrrn co{lktop” sur~’:iccs surr.ouncli ng
surf:lcc units.
Observe the I’ollowing Points in {;anning
3. When c:lnnirlg, use rccipcs :Incl pr(lcc~iurcs tr[lnl
repLltLlble sources. Rel i:lb]c recipes :~rlcl proccdLIres
:Lr.c avtii lablc t’rorn the tnanu I’lictur.cr” of” your c:lnncr:
tllilllLlf:lctLlr.cr.s ot gltiss j:ir.s t’c)r cLInn i ng. sucb iis
B;III anci Kerr: ;~rlcl the Unitc(l S(:~(es Dep~irtnlcrlt
F“lat-bottomed” canners are recommende~l.
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Agricultut”e Extcllsit>rl Scrk’ice.
4. Rcrnernber thil[ cilnning is ii pr(~cess [hilt gencr;ltes
l:irge :~nl(>unts (J!’ ste:lnl. T() :Ivoid burns tronl steitrn
(Jr heat, be citret’u 1 when c~lnrl i ng.
NOTE: 1( yout. house h:is low voltage, cilrlnin:
m:I~~ tilke Iorlger than expec(cd, e~en th(~ugll
~iir~ctions h:]~e been ~ill.eflrl Iy t.olloweci.”
‘1’he pr-ocess ti tne w i 11 be shor(ened by:
(1) using :1 pressure Cilllntr, and
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(~) Still-ting Wittl HOT tap w~t~l- tc)]- t~stest
heating (Jf. large qutintitics oi” w:lter.]
USING YOUR OVEN
Before Using Your Oven
oven ‘1’enlperature Control”
oven Shelves
The shct~cs ;irc [tesigl~c{t with
stop-t{ )csks, S() th:it wtlell phlccct
corr~’cttj ,otl the shctf’ s[lt]ports,
the} wilt stop I)ef’ore cotllitlg
ct)lllptctct~ ollt f’ro[ll the olctlq :Iil(f
witt tlot titt whet] rerllolitlg f’()()d
f“r(}lll (jr pt:lcillg f’()(){t 011 thetll.
Shelf Positions”
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USING YOUR OVEN
CLOCKWISE
Do Zt YourseZ~—Adjust the Oven Thermostat
Increase temp
&
If you don’t think the oven is heating at the right
temperature when you are baking or roasting, you
can reset the thermostat yourself.
When cooking” food for the first time in your new
oven, use time given on recipes as a guide. Oven
thernlt)stklts, (~ver a period of ye~rs, may “drift” ir(~nl
the I.actory setting :md the differences in timing
hctween [ul old ilnd :1 new (lven of 5 to 1() minutes arc
not LInusu~d. YOLIr oven h;ls been set correctly :1( the
f:ictory and is more likely [o be ~lccuratc ttl~ln the oven
which ii repl;iced,
We do not recommend the use of inexpensive
thermometers, such ~is those found in the grocery
store. to check the temperature setting (~f your new
oven. These thernl(~meters c~in v:lry by 2040” degrees.
To decide how much to change the temperature,
set the {)ven temperature 25° F. higher or lower th~ln
(he (emperalure in your recipe, then bake. The results
OF this “test.’ shoutd give y(lu an ide:i of tl(~w much the
temper:iture should be changed.
ob
rt
Pointer
b
COUNTER
CLOCKWISE
decrease temp.
To adust
the knob:
1. Turn (he OVEN CONTROI. knob to OFF :tnd
t.enl~)~e the knob by pulling str:light oi.t.
2. [-ot)k :1( the b:ick (Jf the knc)b. The ~u-tow pt>in(ing tc)
the center {)t’ the upper screw indic:l[es the origintd
~~lctot.y setting.
.30 Use :t scrcwdrivct to loosen” (be 2 screws :lb(~ut 1
tLll”ll CLICh.
4.Hold the knob :Is shown whilt tLltnitlg the k n o b
skirt in the desired direction. As you [urn, you
sh(~uld be tlble ((~ he~u- c1 icks ~lnd feel tl~~tches or
teeth. E~lch click ot- notch is 100. You can turn up to
5 clicks or notches in ei[her dit-ectic)n.
5.When you l-~il~h the desired ;ldjusttnent, retighten
both screws.
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BAKING
Ilow to Set Your Range ft)r Baking
‘[’YPC ot. F=ood
Shelf’ Position
13t”omllies
B 01” (’
A
Preheating
Baking Pans
Pan Placement
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BAKING
(cent inucci )
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Baking Guides
When
Llsin: prep~lred baking mixes, follow” p:lck~lge recipe or i n s t r u c t s
tor best results.
Cookies
For best rcsll]ts, LISC ollt~” I cookie” Stlcct i n the oven
;lI :1 time.
Pies
Cakes
For best l“csu]ts. h:lkc pies in ci~lt”k. r(~ugb clr ~tu]i p:ttls
prc)~tuce il browner, crisper C1.LISt. Frozen pies in foil
p:ins StloLl]d he plilcect c~rl iln :Ilurninum cookie” sheet
l’ot bi\killg since the shiny Ioil p:ln reflects hc:lt i~W1]j
l’r(~nl the pic cr-ust: the cookie” sheet helps ret~lin it.
wh~tl b:lking
to
C:IkCS. WLIIpeCi 0 1 bCtlt p:IIIS will CilLISC
UIle\’CIl biikirlg l’~SLl]tS i~rlct poot’]y” shiipcct pt”octucts,
A c:ike b~lkeci in :i p:in ltlrgcr thiin tbt rccipc
crisper. thinner tlncl ~iricr —
thiitl it ShoLll(t be. I f hiike(l in :1 p:kn s[lliill~t th:]il
recomnlerlciecl, it nl~iy be undcrc(~okecl iltl~i b~itter nl:iy
(Jvcrtlt)w. Check the recipe 10 nl~ikc sLIrc the p:In size
LIsed is the one l’cc~)llllllcrlcic~i.
recommences witl LISllil]ly bc
Aluminum Foil
entirely ct)ver }1 shelf with :~lurninum foil.
will clisturb the hctit circuitltion iln(i result in poor”
baking. A smaller sheet (Ji foil may be used to ~iit~h a
spit lc)~er- by placing it on u lower shelf sever:]] inches
hCloW the lood.”
Never
This
Don’t Peek
DO NOT open the d{~(~r- to check until the minimum time.
Opening the oven d(>or trequent]y during cooking” allows heat to esc;lpe :Ind
nl:lkes bilking times t(>nger. Y(~ur baking results rntly ~ils(~ be ilft’e~tecf.
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ROASTING
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~()~lsting is cooking” by clry heat. Tender meat or poultry c~uT he ro~lsted
uncovered in your oven. Roilsting tcmper:ltures, which should be low Luld
steady, keep spattering [L) a minimum.
Roasting is re:illy a baking procedure Ltsed for meitts. Roasting is easy: .jusl
follow these directions:
1. Pltice the shelt in A or B position.
N() prehe:l[ing
is necess:iry.
Lip. 01. poLl]tl.y
breilst-sictc-llp,
on [he roiist i ng
rack in LI sh~lt low
p;ln. The mctting
f~it witt b~iste the
mc:it. Setect ;1 p:uT as ct;~s; to the size of the-in’e~it
Lis possibte. (The broi ter pan with rack is a gt~(~d
pan for this.) Line the broiter pan with ~iluminum
foil when using p:ln for mtuin:lting, cooking with
fruits, cookin: he;lvity-cured metits. or for basting
fooct during cooking. Avoid spi]ting these ma(cri~ils
inside [he oven or inside the oven cioor.
3. Turn the OVEN CONTROL knob to desired
temperature. Check the Roasting Guide for
temperatures ~inci approximate cooking times.
4. Turn the OVEN CONTROL knob to OFF when
roasting is finished.
Most tne:lts continue to cook stightly white
st:indi t]g :lfter being removect from the oven.
Standing time recommen(led for roasts is 10 to 20
minutes. This klttows ro~~sts to firm up uncl makes
them e:isier to c:u-ve. lntcrn~ll temperature witt rise
;lbout 5° to ] oo[z.: 10 colllp~llSate for’ tempertlture
incre~isc, i f c{esired. remove the roast frt~rn the oven
when roiist’s intern:it ternpertiture is 5° to 10OF. less
th:in tenlper~lture shown in the R(~:~sting Guide,.
NOTE: Remember tll;lt I’ooct wilt continue to cook in
the hot oven ilnd thcrcforc shoutd be removed when
the ctcsired intern:ll tenlper~lture h:is been re:iched.
Frozen Roasts
Frozen ro:lsts of beef, pork, tiunb. etc., C2U1 be sturted
without th:lwing. but at tow ] () to 25 minutes
:lddition;ll time per pound ( I 0 minutes ildclition:il time
per pound for ro:lsts uncier 5 pounds, more time tott~u-ger roitsts),
Thaw most frc~zen poultry before ro~~sting to ensure
even d(~neness. Some cornmcrcitil frozen poultry can
be cooked successfut]y without thawing. Foltow the
ciirections given on pack:~ge Itibet.
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ROASTING
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ROASTING GUIDE
I) OIIC1lCSS
I<:II”C:
Mc(li Lllll:
Well I) OIIC:
I{;ll’c:
3 to 5 11)s.
24-33
35-30
40-45
2 I -25
6 to 8 11)s.
1 S-22
??- 70
ifi.j5
20-23
?4-28
28-3.3
Mccli Lllll:
Well [) OIIC:
25-.30
:30-35
W e l l I)ollc:
Well I)(lllc:
‘[’() Will”lll:
30-40”
35-45
35-45
30-40”
I 7-20 tllinlllcs pcl- I>L)LI.IIcI (:111) wcigll[ )
I>{)ultry
(’llickctl 01 [)LIck
( .Ilickcll picccs
Appr(}ximatc Roasting ‘1’ime
in N’linutes Ilcr I}ound
Well I) OIIC:
Well I)onc:
W e l l [)011(’:
3 to 5 11)s.
35-40
.35-40
10 to 15 11)s.
I N-?s
140”- 1 50’’’;”
I 50 ‘- I ()()’
I 70’- I X5’
I 40” ‘- I 50’’”;”
I 50”- I ()()
1 70’- 1 85[’
1 70”- 1 80’”
I 70”- I so’”
I I 5’)- I 25’
()~er 5 IIJs.
30-35
I S5’”- I ()()’
()}cr 15 IIJS
I 5-20
In tlligll:
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BROILING
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Broiling is cooking” I()()d by intense r:icliilnt hc:it t“rotn the LIPPCI” Linit in
oven. M(Js( I.ish and tencicr cuts olnle:lt c:ln be brt)ited. Ft)lt{)w these
directions [() keep spilltcritlg ilncl snlokitlg Ic) J niinitnunl.
1. If the tne~it h~ls filt or gristle ne:u- edge, CU1 vertic:i]
sl~~shes through both ubout 2 inches iip;irt. 11 dcsircct,
the fat nl:ly be tt”itnlned, tc~lving the l:iycr ilhou(
1/8 inch thick.
2. Ptuce the nle~lt on the br(>itcr rtlck in [he broitcr p:tn.
Alw:Iys use the r:~ck S(J the I:tt cirips into the br(~itcr
p:ln; otherwise the juices In:ly bcc[)tne hot enough to
ca(ch on t’ire.
3. Position” [he shct [ t)n (hc rccc)nlnlendcd shell
position :1s suggested in Broit ing Guide.
4. I.cave the door open to the broil ~~~i~
stop position. The dc)[~r st:iys open
%;...
““- ,y.~ 1
b y itselt. yet the pr{)pct” tcnlpet”:lturc
\ ...,+
is nl:lintllined in the oven.
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the
5. Turn the (IVEN CONTROL knob to BROIL.
Prehc:lting units is n~)l necesstiry.
6. “rLlrll f’c)()~ (Jnty once dLlring broiting. Titnc t(locis I’c)I”
firs[ sicte ucct)rciing to the Broiting Guide.
Turn food,” then usc tilncs given for second side :is :i
:,11 ide t(,) pl-ef’~1.l.~d d~)neness. ( Wilel-e 2 [tl ic’kncsscs
:Ind til~lcs tu.e given together, use first tinles given
for thinnest iooct.)”
7. When t’itlisbect broiling, tur-n the OVEN CONTROL
knob to OFF. SerYc I()()d irnrnedi:itely, te;ivin: the
brc)itcr p:in ~ln~l r:lck outside oven to c(~(~t cturing
nlc:tt for e:isiest clc:ln i ng.
n
Use of Aluminum Foil
brt~iler p:ln Llrl(i the hr”i)i]cl” rllck.
H~~wever, you must nlo]d ttlc t’t)ii tightly to the I“:lct< :Inct cu( s]ils in i( just
tike the r;lck.
With~~ut the stits, the t(~il will prevent the l’:it :Ind nlc~it .juiccs t’r(~n] (h~iining
to the broiler p:in. The juices ct~utd bect)nle hot enough to c:itch on tire.
[f yOLI do not CLlt the S]itS, yoLl tire f[”yillg. 1101 broiling.
~,z i /
You c~lrl use :Lt LlnlinLlnl foi] to line your
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Questions & Answers
Q. When broiling, is it necessary to always use a
rack in the pan?
A. Yes. Using (be r~ick suspends the nlc~it over (I1c
pan. As the nle~~t cooks, the juices full intc) the p~ln.
thus keeping tne:lt drier. Juices ~ue pr(~(cctect by’ the
r;~ck :Ind st~ly cooler,” thus preventing exccssi\c
spatter ~lnd slnok ing.
Q. Should I salt the meat before broiling?
A. No, Satt dr;lws out the ., iuices ~incl LIIIOWS thcnl to
the
tne:tt with tongs; piet-cing the tnetit with u f~)rk
atlows juices to escape. When brt)il in: p[~ultry ot”
fish, brush etlch side (~ften with butter.
evitpc)riltc. Atways s:ilt :11’ter cooking.” TLII-ll
Q.
Why are my meats not turning out as brown as
they shou]d’?
s(~nlc tirc;is. the p(~wcr (vott~lge) to the o~erl
nl:iy bc low. In these c:lses, prehe:~t the broil unit
l’(}r 1() nlinutes bef(~re placing br(>iter- p~~rl with
f(~c}d in c~ven. Check to see if yoLI L\ I e Llsin: the
recorn Inendccl shelf posit ion.” Broit I.or tongcst
peri(>ct ~)t tinle indic~lted in the Broiling Guiclc.
Turn io(l~i only once during broiling.
Q., I)o I need to grease my broiler rack to prevent
A.
in
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meat from sticking?
A. N(). The broi Icr r~lck is designecl t(] rcl.lect hroi lcr
he:lt; thus keeping the sLIrface coo] enC)LI:h to
prevent nle~it l.r(~nl sticking to the SLII’fLICC.
However. spr~lying the broiler r~ick tightly with :1
~eget~lble c(~(>king sproy before cc~(}king will tn;~kc
clezlnup e;lsier.
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BROILING GUIDE
5. When ~ur:inging I’OL)CI on the p:in. CI(J no( Ic’t t’:ltty
edges. which Cclu Id scli I {)vcn with I’:lt dripping. Il;lng
otcr the sides.
6. ‘-rh~ IIroilcr ck)cs
not need to he prchc:itcd. t+~)mcvct-.
t’or lcry thin to(}ds. or 10 incrc:lsc t3rowniny. prchciit
if’ desired.
I?roitirl:. or brush wilh h:uhccuc s:lucc l:Ist 5 (() I ()
nlinutc; onty.
Quantity and/or
‘1’hickncss
I)acon
Shelt’
I}t)sitioll
I;irst Side
‘1’inle, %Iinut4
(.l)nlnlcnts
4’
1/2 113. (;1[3011{ s
thin SI iLcs )
AI-I-; III:LJ in sinylc I: I>cI.
I 11), (4
p:ittics)
l/2 10 3/4 itlcl] tllic A
10
7
I
()
5
()
II
inch (hick
s
( 1 (() I : Ibs. )
12
I)’ inch (hick
( 2 to 2)’ Ibs. )
10
IS
25
7-s
14 10
20-25
SI:ISI1 1“:1(
1 ()--l 5
I/2
.3-4
B
I 3--1()
1)() 1101
(111”11 [)\’el”.
E’ish
5
I -lb. I’illcts 1/4 [()
I/2 inch thick
t [illldlC LIIIcI [111”11 \’Cl’)’ L’:11’C[’lIIIJ. i)l”llsh
w i[h ICn]on hLIllc I” [lc[’OI”C :InLi ciuri n:
co(~hin:. i 1’ desired. PrchctI( l~roilcr [(~
inc[.c~isc brown
Hanl Slices
Inc[-e;ise linl,!
(pl”ccookccl)”
I>nrk Chops
wet 1 I)one
I’t)r 1 ! inch (hick 01 tlonlc cllrc~t t]~inl.
10
2 ( 1/2 inch dlick)
2 ( t inch thick),
t3
10
t3
:Iboll( t lb.
I,klllltl (;hops
McdiLl]]l
Wcl I I)OIIC
2 ( t inch 111 ick )
LIboll( I () (() 12 oz.
Nlcdiunl
Welt t)onc
Wieners illl(l
2(1Y
SI Illi till” pl-L’U()()kCCt
S:llls;lycs. I>l”il[w’rlrs[
16
in:.
510 I () nlinlllcs pcr siclc
St:lsh till
inch Ihick ).
:lhoLl~ t th.
I -[17. pkg. ( I ())
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CA~ AND CLEANING
SURIZ ELII;CTRICAL POWER IS (.)F”F’
P r o p e l ” C:II”C illlcl cicluling ilI”C i]ll[]ort:lrlt so your I“;lllgc
13E;
will gilc y~)u ct’ticient :u]LI stltisl’:ict(lry scrvicc. I’{)llow
these dircc(i(~ns c:lref’uliy in c:lring for it to help :issure
THE; RAN(JI;.
BI{~’ORE CLEAN] NC; AN}’ PART Ok’
s:lfc :lnd pr{)pc r n;:li ntcnilnce.
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Receptacle
lilt Ll)c surf’~ice unil :Ibout I incl) ilbt~l’c the (Irip pllll
:ulci pu I I i ( c)ut.
l){) not lift the surfi~ce unit more than 1 inch. If you
do, it may not lie flat on the drip pan when YOU
plug it hack in.
Repeated lifting {)f’ the surface unit m{)re than 1
inch ah(~ve the drip pan can permanently’ damage
the receptacle.
Porcelain Enamel Cooktop
The porcelain enamel finish is
sturdy hut hreakahlc if misused.
If acids spilt {)u the cooktop”
white it is hot, usc ii ch”y p:iper
This finish is :lci~l-t-csistiint.
However. :iny :Lcid IOCJLIS spitlecl
t(~wcl {)r cl~)th (() wii>c it uil right
LLw:ly. When ttle sllrl’ilc’e h~ls
(SLICtl :1s trLlit juices, totnilto” 01-
coolecl.” W:ISI1 with s[)tip ;ulcl m:ltet..
Rinse well.
vinegar) shoulct not be i?ernlittcd to
remilitl on the i.inish.
For other spills such as fat
smatterings, WLISI1 with soap ~ulcl
w:lter (Jt- cle:insing pc)wclers after
the sLII.face has cooled.” Rinse well.
Polish with ~) dry cloth.
(Cc)llliltllc’11 tic,.\l I)[ISC)
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CAm AND CLEANING
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Oven Vent Duct
The oicn Lent is located :tt (he re:tr 01 [he cc~(~kl(~p. Never cover the (~pening
wi(b :I]lllllinunl l.c)il 01” Liny other nl:ltcrilll. This w’OLilcl prevent the (}t’ctl tent
I’rolll working properly.
Control Panel and Knobs
Its :t got)cl iclc:l lo wipe the contrc)l p:tncl :11’tcr C:ICI1 Llsc
01” the OVCI1. C’IC:II1 with nlil(i so:ip :IIILI w’iit~t- [)1. \it)~gilt.
:Illcl W:ltCl”. rinse with CICilIl WiltCl. :Illct polish Lily wi[b :1
Sol’t Clo(h,
1)0 not use abrasive cleansers, strong Ii(luid
cleansers, plastic scouring pads or oven cleansers on
the control panel--tbey will cl:lnl:lge the linish.
A 50/50” s~)ltlti~)n (}1’ \ineg:ir :Lnd hot w:ltcr st)lLltic)n
W’ol”k> we] 1.
‘1’he control knohs may be removed f’or
easier cleaning.
I]ef’ore remo%ing the knobs f’or cleaning, p]c:i:;c Ilt)tc
that the knc~bs on the Iett side tinci the knc)l~s t)n (he
right side iit”~ in the proper (IF:F p~)sition. When
rcpl:lcing the knobs. check the OFF; position” (() insllrc
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propel }Il:lccnlcrlt.
Clear Groove in Stem
Metal Parts
Painted Surfaces
1)() not Lise steel w[~(}l. llbriisivcs. ~lnlnl(~nia or
colllnlerci:it oven ctc:[ners. T() s:il’ely cleitn sutl.;iccs:
w;ish. rinse ~tnd then dry with a soft cloth.
Pllintccl SLII”[’21CCS inclLlcte the c)ll[sidc (l\cn Llc)or. sicles.
c(~ntr~)t p:ulcl :Incl dr:~wer l’r~~n:. C’le:ln tbesc with s(l:lp
:lnd wiltcr or ii lineg:tr LInct w~~tcr sot lltion. 1]0 not use
commercial oven cleaners, cleansing powders, steel
wool or harsh abrasives on any painted surf’ace.
Lift-Up Cooktop
I’hc cooktop can be r:lised so the LUCLI
unclcrne:itb c:in be cle:inect.
‘ro raise cooktop:
[ . RcIlloV~ the cookto[> units.
2. Gritsp the cot)kt(~p :inci Ii [[ up.
Porcclilin en:lnlei can chip.
[landlc p(lrcelllin en:ullelcd cc)~)ktops carcl’ut ty.
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Oven Shelves
Clean the shelves with a mild abr:lsive cleanser.
A1’tcr clc:inin!. rinse the shelves with clc:ln w}tter ~in~l
~try wi(h ii ctc’:in clolh.
‘1’{) remove heavy, burned-on soil, s(~apy nlet:ll p~ids
IIILIy be Llsc(t. After scrllhbing, WLISI1 with sotipy mater.
ritlse lind ~trv.
Broiler Pan and Rack
Household” anln~onia may make the cleaning ,ioh
easier. I’t:lcc t /2 CLIp i n il stl~lt IOWJ gl:iss (~r pott~’!.
cont:li Ilcr i n 21 c(~t(.t (~vcll overt] ight, ‘1’hc :Inlnlon i t(
fLlll}CS Will tl~lp I()()SL’11 ltlC t)lll”ll(’i[-oll gl-cils~ :lllLt fo(l(t.
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CARE AND CI.EANING
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Lif’t-Off Oven Door
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‘1’orenlovethe” door, opcni[:l
I’cwitlctlc’s[
olllc
spcci~]ls[op
;$~~~; I
. . ..
.“
L- - - -
posi( ion” 111:[[ will Ilolcl IIlc (toot” ‘ “ ” ” “-::.!!
01)1’11, Gr:Lsp l’irillt~ on c:I(:I1 s 4
i d e =-....(
If’ necessary, you Inaj use an oven cle:lner.
Fot tow [>il~hii~~ ciircctions.
CICiitl IIIC inside 01. the ()\etl wi nctow w itll LI 111 i IcI
11011-S CliltCllillg CICililCl illlLl 11 LIL111117 Cl(lttl.
outside of” door:”
“ LJs~ s(~il[) iill(l ~’iit~t’ to ttlol.OLlgll]y” c’IC;II1 [ ilc tol). sic[~’h
iill(i t’l”oll! ( i f ’ IIlt ()\’Ctl [>() N(IT 1~[ W~ll~l” 1’1111 llo\\”ll
tl]rollgll opcnin:s in IIlc top tll’ (11~’ clot)r. Rinst well.
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Spi I ]il~C ()[’ lllilt’i llilC\L’\. [’1”11 i [ ill iCCS. lolll:lt(l
S: IIIC1:S
:Inc[ h:lS[ ing Ill:llcl’i:lls Collt:li’tl i Ilg ilCi(l S lll:ly L’:ILISC
Lliscolor;tl” ion :In(l sI1OLIICI hL’ wipecl Llp i nlnlL’(li:ltcl!.
WIICI1
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SIII”I’:ICC
is C()()l. CICilll illlCl rinse,
1)() not use oven cleaners, clc:lnsing powders or
hursh :lhrasives on the (~utside of” the door.”
Nor[ll: i)() tlot CICilIl IIlc I?ilkc Llnit 01- tllc IIroil ltnit.
I~IIj soil w i] 1 lnllrn 01’1” MIIL’11 tllc IIn ils :It”c Ilc:l[ccl.
Llni[ L:;II1 bC lil’[~’ci ~Cllt l)’ (() CICilIl II)c ()\’C[l
I’loor,” II spi tlo\cr. tcsiclllc. or :IsI1 :ILCIII1lLII:IIC :Irolltl(t
tll~’ tlilkC Llnit. gclltt} w i p e :1!”0111)(1 ll)c’ L[l)il w i t h
TllC llilkc’
W)ill”lll WLltC1’.
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A WARNING
All ranges can tip.
Injury could result.
. Install the Anti-tip device
packed with the range.
Q See the Installation
Instructions.
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STABILITY DkJVICE INSTALI.ATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR BRAC~,T HT NO. 342473
3. Deternline whether you will ~~nchor the bracket to
Tools needed:
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the floor- or w:llt. F;isten the bracket securety with
the screws proiided. The screws ure self-drilling in
wood. ptyw~~od, particte and chip board, and nlost
nlet:lt l’r”:lnling, I f ~ittoching to nlasonr-y you ciln buy
suit:ible screws :lnd :lnchors iit htirdwtire stores. CJse
IL nltisonry clri I I to dr-i 11 the required holes,
4. Using the w’rcnctl, back out the ~OLIr leg Icveters :it
least two turns. See the lnst:llt~ition Instructions (or
nlorc tevet irlg infornl~ition before positioning” rtinge.
5. Stide [he r;lnge into place. Be sure the re~r leg
teveter fully engilges the stot in the br~icket. Il.
the riinge c:~rlnot be nloved back far enough forlhe re~lr teg teveter to enter the bracket, nlove the
bracket forwtird iis required ~lnd attach to the floor
in the new toc~tion,
Phi I I i ps Iletlci scrcw,Llri \LII
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):
,,,.
:.
Bracket
\
Screw must enter wood
or metal
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Wall Plate
\
bracket to be flush
cabinet
‘...
or final
location \
of range
Attachment to wall
side panel
Make sure
leg leveler
engages slot
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QUESTIONS?
USE THIS PROBLEM SOLVER
OVEN WILL
NOT WORK
The piLIg 011 rltngc is not u(~nlpictciy inscl”tcd in the clcctriclll OLILlet.
The circ Llit breilker in yollr ho\lse has been tripped. (Jr 21 ILIse has been blc)wn.
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I Olen ct}ntr{~ls “ot properly
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FOOD DOES NOT
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set.
The OVEN CONTROL knc~b not set at BROIL.
BROIL PROPERLY
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FOOD DOES NOT
ROAS’1’ OR BAKE
]> R()[>ER[<Y
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OVEN TEMPERAT(JRE
TOO HOT OR TOO COLD
SURFACE UNITS
NOT FUNCTION1NG
PROPERLY
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E-()()c{ is being cooked on hot p:ln.
Cc~(>kw:lrc is not slliled I.or broil ing.
Al llnl inllnl foil LIse~ on the br(~i I p~in r~ick h:~s not been t.it[ed properly kind
s] it :1s reconlnlerlded.
The OVEN CONTRO1. kn(}h not set :It BAKF..
Shc]i. position” is i ncc)rrcc’t. .Scc the R():tsting or the B:lking sections.
Incorrect cookw’iirc” t)r cf)t)hw’:lrc of i tllpropcr si zc is hc i ng LIscd.
A t’(~il tent was not L.Ised w’l}en needed to slow down browni n: dllring
The OVEN CONTROL knclb needs ~ldiLlstn~en{., See the [)() 1/ Y~~///st)()~AdAd j list
the Oicn Thcrnlost:lt section.
The sLIrfiIce lln its :lrc nc)t p] llggcd in s()] idly.
The drip p:ins :Ire not set secllrc]y in the co[)ktop.”
The sllrt.~ice llnit c~~n[rols :Ire nc~t properly set.
If vou need more help... call, toll free:
{;~; Answer Center’<’
800.626.2000
consumer information service
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Individuals qualified to service their om appliances (;It]
I];l\t? 11(’c’d<(l IJ;II-lS or ;Ic({,ssolic,s SLI1( {iitc(Ll\ 10 Il]c>il
IIOIIIC. ( )(lr ]);II(s S}SICII1 pl( )\idc’s :I(CL>SS I ( ) ();c’I f 7,()()()
( ;c’t]llillc l{c>tlc.~i;ll l’2t Ils.. ,;irl(f :ill ;Itt. f’illl} L\iLrt;iIl[c[l,
~TIS~, \f:Ls{til-( :;II(I ;ll](f [)is(()\(.1 [:II(Is :trt :1(’(’c])lc’(f.
User maintenance instructions contained in this booklet
cover procedures intended to be performed by any user.
Other servicing generally should be referred to qu.dified
service personnel. Caution must be exercised, since
improper servicing may cause unsafe operation.
Staple sales slip or cancelled check [
here. Proof of original purchase date
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WHAT IS COVERED
‘snee$~~~~~~~~~~ervice
FULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTY
For one year from date of original
purchase, we will provide, free of
charge, parts and service labor in
your home to repair or replace
any part of the range that fails
because of a manufacturing defect.
This warranty is extended to the
original purchaser and any succeeding
owner for products purchased for
ordinary home use in the 48 mainland
states, Hawaii and Washington, DC.
In Alaska the warranty is the same
except that it is LIMITED because you
must pay to ship the product to the
service shop or for the service
technician’s travel costs to your home.
All warranty sewice will be provided
by our Factory Service Centers or by
our authorized Customer Care”
servicers during normal working hours.
Should your appliance need sewice,
during the warranty period or beyond,
call 800-GE-CARES (800-432-2737).
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WHAT IS NOT COVERED
Service trips to your home to
teach you how to use the product.
Read your Use and Care material.
If you then have any questions
about operating the product,
please contact yol~r dealer or our
Consumer Affairs office at the
address below, or call, toll free:
GE Answer Center”
800.626.2000
consumer information service
. Improper installation
If you have an installation problem,
contact your dealer or installer.
You are responsible for providing
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adequate electrical, gas, exhausting
and other connecting facilities as
described in the lnsta~ation Instructions
provided with the product.
Replacement of house fuses or
resetting of circuit breakers.
Failure of the product if it is used
for other than its intended purpose
or used commercially.
Damage to product caused by
accident, fire, floods or acts of God.
WARRANTOR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE
FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
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Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion
may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
To know what your legal rights are in your state, consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state’s Attorney General.
Warrantor: General Electric Company
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If further help is needed concerning this warranty, write:
Manager—Consumer Affairs, GE Appliances, Louisville, KY 40225
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RB50Part No. 164D2588P242
Pub No. 39-4725
MNUI 35
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Printed In LaFayette, GA
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