Electrolux EW30IF60ISA Use & care guide

Use & Care Guide
30” Free-Standing Wave-Touch™ Electric Range
with Induction Cooktop
P/N 316471013
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Finding Information
Table of contents
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Finding information ..................................................... 2
SAFETY ................................................................... 3-5
Features .................................................................. 6-9
Getting Started ................................................... 10-11
• Power up, control display modes & timers ........... 10
• Control lock & oven lights ................................... 11
Settings for Best Results .................................... 12-13
Induction Cooking .............................................. 14-15
Setting Induction Controls .................................. 16-19
• Power sharing ..................................................... 19
Setting Oven Controls ......................................... 20-42
• Rapid preheat ...................................................... 20
• Bake .................................................................... 21
• Using cook time .................................................. 22
• Using cook time with end time ............................ 23
• Broil .............................................................. 24-25
• Convection bake ................................................. 26
• Using convection convert .................................... 27
• Convection roast ........................................... 28-29
• Probe ............................................................ 30-31
• Convection broil .................................................. 32
• Keep warm .......................................................... 33
• Slow cook ........................................................... 34
• Perfect Turkey™ .................................................. 35
• Defrost ................................................................ 36
• Dehydrate ...................................................... 36-37
• Bread proof ......................................................... 37
• Saving & recalling my favorite recipes .................. 38
• Multi stage cooking ....................................... 39-40
• Setting Sabbath mode ................................... 41-42
Setting Lower Oven Controls ............................. 43-45
• Bake .............................................................. 43-44
• Keep warm .................................................... 44-45
Setting Your Preferences ................................... 46-51
• Setting clock ....................................................... 46
• Setting clock display (CLO) ................................. 46
• Setting 12 or 24 hour mode (CLO) ....................... 47
• Changing between Fº or Cº (F-C) ........................ 47
• Setting 12hr energy saving mode (ES) ................. 48
• Setting audio mode (AUD) ................................... 48
• Adjusting oven temperature (UPO) ...................... 49
• Adjusting lower oven temperature (UPO) ............. 49
• Factory default reset (RST) ................................... 50
• User preferences chart ......................................... 51
Self-Clean ........................................................... 52-53
Care & Cleaning .................................................. 54-61
• Cleaning recommendations ........................... 54-55
• Cooktop maintenance ......................................... 56
• Cooktop cleaning .......................................... 56-57
• Oven door removal ........................................ 58-59
• Changing oven lights .................................... 60-61
Solutions to Common Problems ......................... 62-65
List of displayed abbreviations ................................. 66
Warranty ................................................................... 67
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Safety
Important safety instructions
Recognize safety symbols, words and
labels
Safety items throughout this manual are labeled with
a WARNING or CAUTION based on the risk type as
described below:
This symbol alerts you to situations that may
cause serious body harm, death or property
damage.
This symbol alerts you to situations that may
cause bodily injury or property damage.
Read all of the following safety instructions
before using this appliance:
• Remove all tape and packaging before using the
range. Destroy the carton and plastic bags after
unpacking the range. Never allow children to play
with packaging material.
• Proper Installation—Be sure your appliance is
properly installed and grounded by a qualified
technician in accordance with the National Fuel
Gas Code ANSI Z223- latest edition, or in Canada
CAN/CGA B149.1 and CAN/GGA B149.2, and the
National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No.70-latest
edition, or in Canada CSA Standard C22.1,
Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1, and local code
requirements. Install only per installation
instructions provided in the literature package for
this range.
Ask your dealer to recommend a qualified technician
and an authorized repair service. Know how to
disconnect the 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. This may reduce the
risk of personal injury and damage to the range.
• 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.
• All ranges can tip.
• Injury to persons could result.
• Install anti-tip device packed
with range.
• See Installation Instructions.
To reduce the risk of tipping, the
range must be secured by
properly installed anti-tip bracket
provided with the range. To
check if the bracket is installed
properly, visually check that rear
leveling leg is inserted into and
fully secured by the anti-tip
bracket by removing lower panel or storage
drawer. For models with a lower oven or warmer
drawer, grasp the top rear edge of the range and
carefully attempt to tilt it forward. Refer to the
installation instructions for proper anti-tip bracket
installation.
This appliance 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.
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.
Save these instructions for future reference.
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Safety
Important safety instructions
• Never Use Your Appliance for Warming or
Heating the Room.
• Do not use the oven or Warmer Oven/Lower
Oven (if equipped) for storage.
• Stepping, leaning or sitting on the doors or
drawers of this range can result in serious
injuries and also cause damage to the range. Do
not allow children to climb or play around the
range. The weight of a child on an open door may
cause the range to tip, resulting in serious burns
or other injury.
• 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 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.
• Use only dry potholders - Moist or damp
potholders on hot surfaces may result in burns
from steam. Do not let potholders touch hot heating
elements. Do not use a towel or other bulky cloth
instead of a potholder.
• Do not heat unopened food containers - Buildup of
pressure may cause container to burst and result
in injury.
Do not store items of interest to children in the
cabinets above a range or on the backguard of a
range. 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
appliance is in use. They should never be allowed to
sit or stand on any part of the appliance.
• Remove the oven door from any unused range if it
is to be stored or discarded.
• Storage in or on Appliance—Flammable materials
should not be stored in an oven, lower oven
drawer, near surface units or in the storage
drawer. 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 range.
• Protective liners—Do not use aluminum foil to line
the oven bottom, except as suggested in the manual.
Improper installation of these liners may result in a
risk of electrical shock, or fire.
• DO NOT TOUCH SURFACE COOKING ZONES,
AREAS NEAR THESE ZONES, OVEN HEATING
ELEMENTS OR INTERIOR SURFACES OF THE
OVEN. ALL surface cooking zones and oven heating
elements may be hot even though they are dark in
color. Areas near surface cooking zones 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
cook top, surfaces facing the cook top, the oven vent
openings and surfaces near these openings, oven
door and window.
IMPORTANT
The appliance will not operate during a power
failure. Once the power resumes, you must reset the
time of day before using the oven.
Important instructions for using your cooktop
• Know which control operates each surface
cooking zone. Place a pan of food on the unit before
turning it on, and turn the zone off before removing
the pan.
• Use proper pan size—This appliance is equipped
with one or more surface cooking zones of different
sizes. Select utensils having flat bottoms large
enough to cover the cooking zone. Proper
relationship of utensil to heating zone will also
improve efficiency.
• Utensil handles should be turned inward and not
extend over adjacent cooking zones—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 cooking zones.
• Never leave surface cooking zones unattended at
high heat settings—Boilovers cause smoking and
greasy spillovers that may ignite, or a pan that has
boiled dry may melt.
Safety
Important safety instructions
• Glazed cooking utensils—Only certain types of glass,
glass/ceramic, ceramic, earthenware, or other glazed
utensils are suitable for cook top service without
breaking due to the sudden change in temperature.
Check the manufacturer’s recommendations for cook
top use.
• When flaming foods under a ventilating hood, turn
the fan on.
For ceramic-glass cook top models
Important instructions for cleaning your range
• Clean the range regularly to keep all parts free of
grease that could catch fire. Pay particular
attention to the area underneath each surface
element. Do not allow grease to accumulate.
• Kitchen cleaners and aerosols—Always follow the
manufacturer’s recommended directions for use.
Be aware that excess residue from cleaners and
aerosols may ignite causing damage and injury.
• Do not cook on broken cook top—If cook top
should break, cleaning solutions and spillovers may
penetrate the broken cook top and create a risk of
electric shock. Contact a qualified technician
immediately.
• Clean ventilating hoods frequently—Grease should
not be allowed to accumulate on the hood or filter.
Follow manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning.
• Clean cook top 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 noxious fumes if applied to a hot surface.
• Clean in the self-cleaning cycle only the parts
listed in this Use & Care Manual. Before self
cleaning the oven, remove the oven racks, broiler
pan, broiler pan insert and any utensils or foods from
the oven.
Important instructions for using your oven
• Use care when opening oven door or lower oven
drawer (if equipped)—Stand to the side of the range
when opening the door of a hot oven. Let hot air or
steam escape before you remove or replace food in
the oven.
• Keep oven vent ducts unobstructed. The oven vent
is located below the backguard for models equipped
with ceramic-glass cook tops. Touching the surfaces
in this area when the oven is operating may cause
severe burns. Also, do not place plastic or heatsensitive items on or near the oven vent. These items
could melt or ignite.
• Placement of oven racks. Always place oven racks
in desired location while oven is cool. 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
heating elements in the oven. Remove all utensils
from the rack before moving.
• Do not use the broiler pan without its insert. The
broiler pan and its insert allow dripping fat to drain
and be kept away from the high heat of the broiler.
• Do not cover the broiler insert with aluminum foil.
Exposed fat and grease could ignite.
• Cold temperatures can damage the electronic
control. When using the appliance for the first time,
or when the appliance has not been used for an
extended period of time, be certain the unit has been
in temperatures above 32°F (0°C) for at least 3 hours
before turning on the power to the appliance.
Self cleaning ovens
• Do not use oven cleaners—No commercial oven
cleaner or oven liner protective coating of any kind
should be used in or around any part of the oven.
• Do not clean door gasket—The door gasket is
essential for a good seal. Care should be taken not to
rub, damage or move the gasket.
• 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 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.
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Features
Wave-Touch™ oven features & options
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1. Luxury-Lighting™ interior oven lights -pg 112. Control lock -pg 113. Standard cooking
• Bake -pg 21• Broil -pg 24• Perfect-Convect3™ convection bake -pg 26• Perfect-Convect3™ convection roast -pg 28• Perfect-Convect3™ convection broil -pg -32• Keep warm -pg 33• Slow cook -pg 344. Specialized cooking
• Perfect Turkey™ -pg 35• Defrost -pg 36• Dehydrate - pg 36• Bread proof -pg 375. Favorite settings -pg 386. Perfect Program™ multi stage cooking -pg 397. Cook options
8. Cooking time
• Cook time -pg 22• End time -pg 239. Probe -pg 30-31-
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10. Rapid preheat -pg 2011. Convection convert -pg 2712. Cleaning -pg 52-53Minimum & maximum control settings
Feature
Min. temp
Max. temp
Bake (upper)
170°F / 76°C
500°F / 260°C
Bake (lower)
170°F / 76°C
450°F / 232°C
Bread Proof
Lo (85°F /30°C)
Hi (100°F / 38°C)
Broil
300°F / 148°C
550°F / 288°C
Conv Bake
170°F / 76°C
500°F / 260°C
Conv Roast
170°F / 76°C
500°F / 260°C
Conv Broil
300°F / 148°C
550°F / 288°C
Keep Warm
150°F/66°C
190°F/88°C
Slow Cook
Lo (225°F /108°C)
Dehydrate
100°F / 38°C
225°F / 108°C
Perfect Turkey
300°F /148°C
500°F / 260°C
Hi (275°F / 135°C)
Features
Wave-Touch™ oven control display & keys
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13. Perfect-Pair™ oven key pads
• Sure-2-fit™ Upper oven
• Lower oven
Feature
14. User preferences -pg 46-51-
Timer 1
1 min
11 hr 59 min
The following options are available under User
Preferences:
• Clock setting -pg 10 & 46• Clock display setting -pg 46• 12 hr/ 24 hr -pg 47• Fahrenheit / Celsius -pg 47• 12 Hr energy save mode on/off -pg 48• Audio mode -pg 48• UPO offset (temp. adjust) or reset -pg 49• Factory default reset -pg 5015.Oven display
16. Timers -pg 1017. Cancel & Start key pads
18. Numeric key pads
Timer 2
1 min
11 hr 59 min
Clock 12 hr
1:00 hr
11 hr 59 min
Clock 24 hr
0:00 hr
23 hr 59 min
Cook time 12 hr
1 min
11 hr 59 min
Cook time 24 hr
1 min
23 hr 59 min
End time 12 hr
1:00 hr
12 hr 59 min
End time 24 hr
0:00 hr
23 hr 59 min
Clean duration
Light (2 hr)
Heavy (4 hr)
Minimum & maximum time settings
Min. time
Max. time
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Features
Wave-Touch™ Induction cooktop and control display
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Cooktop controls - pg 15-18 19. Left rear 7 in. Induction cooking zone and control
20. Right rear 6 in. Induction cooking zone and control
21. Left front 8 in. Induction cooking zone and control
22. Right front 10 in. Induction cooking zone and control
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Features
Wave-Touch™ range features
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Your electric range features include:
1. Wave-Touch™ activated glass control panel.
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2. Wave-Touch™ electronic oven & surface
controls & timers.
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3. Sure-2-fit™ cobalt blue self-cleaning upper
oven interior.
4. Self-clean oven door latch.
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5. Automatic interior oven door light switch.
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6. Theatre style upper oven interior halogen
Luxury-Lighting™ system.
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7. Perfect-Convect3™ convection fan system.
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8. fully extendable Luxury-Glide™ telescoping
interior oven rack.
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9. 1 flat /1offset interior oven rack (not shown).
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10. Oven rack sensor.
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11. Large 1-piece metal upper & lower oven door
handles.
12. Color coordinated or stainless steel oven
exterior panels & trim.
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13. Full-width tinted oven door window glass.
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14. Perfect-Pair™ lower oven.
15. Lower oven door window glass.
16. Easy to clean upswept color coordinated or
stainless steel cooktop.
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17. Ceramic smoothtop (not shown)
18. Leveling legs & anti-tip bracket (included).
19. Broiler pan.
20. Broiler pan insert.
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21. Convection roasting rack
22. Lower oven rack.
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Getting Started
Setting clock at power up
Timers
You will be prompted to enter the time of day in the
event of a power failure or when you first provide
electric power to your appliance.
• When your appliance is first powered up, 12:00
will flash in the display.
The two timers provided with the oven control
serve as extra reminders in the kitchen. When a
timer reaches less than 1 minute the display will
start to count down in seconds. When the time
runs out the active timer will beep, “00:00” will
display and the timer key will flash.
• Enter the time of day using the numeric key
pads and press START to set.
If an invalid time of day is entered, the control will
triple beep. Re-enter a valid time of day and press
START. If CANCEL is pressed your clock will start
with the time set for 12:00.
Select the user pref key to modify the time of day
during other situations such as day light savings.
The following time settings apply to the timers:
• Min. time: 1 minute
• Max. time: 11 hours 59 minutes
See example below to set the timer for 5 minutes:
Example
Wave-Touch™ display modes
Step
Sleep mode
1. Press TIMER
Your control will remain in a sleep mode -Fig.1when not in use, unless there is a hot element.
Only the clock will display during this mode. You
will need to wake the control to begin any function.
2. Enter 5 minutes
Awake mode
To awake the control -Fig. 2- touch within the
display panel. If the control panel is not touched
again within 2 minutes, the control will return to the
sleep mode. To start cooking you must select
either the upper oven, lower oven, or a surface
element. User preferences will be available during
this mode as well as timers, oven light and the
control lock.
Press
3. Press TIMER
To cancel after setting the timer, press the TIMER
key again.
NOTE
The timer will not affect the cooking process.
Sleep mode
Fig.1
Awake mode
Fig.2
Getting Started
Changing settings
Control lock
Software controls the upper and lower ovens so
that both may be set to operate at the same time
with unique settings. It is very important to
understand that before setting or modifying either
oven, you must first select which oven you desire
to set or modify.
The control lock will lock the oven controls, cook
top controls and the upper oven door. Once
locked, the upper oven light will not switch from on
to off or off to on.
The display will provide which oven is currently
selected for setting/changes by displaying a small
red triangle indicator next to the upper or lower
oven text -Fig.1.
See example below to lock the upper oven and the
cooktop
If the upper oven text symbol displays the red
triangle indicator but you wish to set or change the
settings for the lower oven, press
once to
change the oven selection. Then make the setting/
changes. You may toggle between either oven and
make setting changes at any time. You may also
make cooktop settings or modifications without
having to make an oven selection.
Control lock is available only in the awake mode.
Example
Step
Press
To lock, press and hold CONTROL
LOCK for 3 seconds.
To unlock, press and hold CONTROL
LOCK for 3 seconds.
will flash in the display until the door
has finished locking. Once the door has been
locked the door lock indicator will turn on. LOC will
then display in the upper oven cavity only.
Do not attempt to open the oven door while the
door lock indicator is flashing.
If an element is still hot when control lock is in use
“HE” will appear in the control panel.
Interior Luxury-Lighting™
Fig.1
Preheat Temperature Display
Once a cooking feature has been started for either
the upper or lower oven the control will display the
actual oven temperature while preheating. Once the
oven reaches the oven set temperature only the
oven set temperature will display.
Your appliance includes interior oven LuxuryLighting™ that gradually brightens and dims the
lights for both the upper and lower ovens.
The
key controls the interior oven lights.
This model includes 2 halogen lights in the upper
oven and one standard appliance light located on
the rear wall of the lower oven.
The oven lights will automatically turn ON
whenever the upper oven door is opened. The
lights will remain on until the door has been shut.
To replace any of the interior light bulbs see
“Changing the oven lights” in the Care and
Cleaning section.
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Setting for Best Results
Upper oven racks
Types of oven racks
Baking layer cakes with 1 or 2 oven racks
offset
oven rack
Fig. 2
flat
For best results when baking cakes using two oven
racks, place cookware using oven rack positions 2
& 5 -refer to Fig. 4-). For best results when baking
cakes using the offset oven rack alone, place
cookware using oven rack position 2 or 3.
Air circulation in the oven
oven rack
Fig. 1
fully extendable
Luxury-Glide™ oven rack
Fig. 3
For best air circulation and baking results allow a
space of 2-4" (5-10 cm) around the cookware for
proper air circulation and be sure cookware does
not touch each other, the oven door, sides or back
of oven cavity. The hot air must be able to circulate
around the cookware in the oven for even heat to
reach around the food -refer to Figs. 5 & 6-.
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.
The flat oven rack -Fig 1- may be used in all rack
positions and may be used for most cooking
needs.
The offset -Fig 2- oven rack design provides
additional height choices and may be used in all
rack positions. For maximum available space when
preparing a large turkey, it is suggested to place
rack near the oven bottom (rack positions 1 or 2) refer to Fig. 4-. Do not extend offset rack past the
oven door when used in the lowest rack position.
Fig. 5 - Proper pan spacing using single oven rack.
The fully extendable Luxury-Glide™ oven rack -Fig.
3- makes food preparation easier, especially when
preparing heavier dishes. The rack is designed with
bearing glide tracks that allow you to extend the
food away from the oven cavity effortlessly.
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2
Fig. 4
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Fig. 6 - Proper pan spacing using 2 oven racks.
Setting for Best Results
Upper oven racks (cont’d)
Luxury-Glide™ extendable oven rack
upper rack
portion
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.
NOTE
DO NOT attempt to close the oven door until all
the oven racks are positioned completely inside
the oven cavity. Be sure the glide oven racks
make contact with the vertical rack sensor
located at the left rear oven cavity wall (see item
#10, page 9).
release
lever
lower rack
portion
Fig. 1
Removing and replacing the
Luxury-Glide™ oven rack
To remove using one hand, reach through handle
opening on top of glide rack and lift up on the
release lever located across the lower front of the
rack as shown -Fig. 1-.
Fig. 2
While holding up on the release lever, pull the glide
rack out of the oven until you reach the oven rack
stop position -Fig. 2-. Using both hands, grasp the
upper and lower portions of the glide rack. Lift up
the front of the rack slightly and continue to pull the
rack away from the oven -Fig. 3-. 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 - grasp both upper and lower
portions of glide rack, lift and place the rack
resting evenly between the oven cavity walls. 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 completely back into place.
Removing and replacing flat and offset
oven racks
• To remove pull the oven rack straight forward
until it reaches the stop position. Lift up front of
oven rack slightly and slide out (not shown).
• To replace, fit the oven rack onto the rack
guides on the oven walls. Tilt the front of the
rack upward slightly and slide the oven rack
completely back into place (not shown).
Fig. 3
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Induction Cooking
Induction Cookware
Pan Sensing
Induction cookware types
Cooking zone sensors
When purchasing cookware for use on the cooktop,
look for utensils specifically identified by the
manufacturer as induction ready, induction
capable, or a similar statement by the manufacturer
that the cookware is constructed for induction
cooking. Be sure to follow all the manufacturer’s
recommendations when using cookware made for
induction cooking.
If you’re not sure, use a magnet to test whether the
pan material type will work. If a magnet sticks to
the bottom of the cookware, the material type is
correct for induction (See Fig. 1).
IMPORTANT
A number of incorrect cookware conditions may
be detected by sensors located below the
cooktop. If the cookware does not meet the
correct conditions, one or more of the cooking
zones may not heat. Correct the problems before
attempting to activate cooking zone.
Review the list of conditions below:
Correct
Incorrect
• Cookware base material
has good magnetic
characteristics.
• Cookware base material
is non-magnetic.
• Cookware centered on
cooking zone.
• Cookware not centered
on cooking zone.
• Flat pan bottom and
straight sides.
• Curved or warped pan
bottoms or sides.
• Pan size meets or
exceeds the
recommended minimum
size for cooking zone.
• Pan does not meet the
minimum size required
(too small) for cooking
zone used.
• Not all stainless steel cookware is readily
magnetizable; being made of stainless steel
does not mean that cookware is suitable for
induction.
• Pan rests completely on
the cooktop surface.
• Pan bottom rests on
cooktop trim.
• Aluminum, copper, glass or non-ferrous metal
cookware that is not made for induction
cooking will not be detected by the cooking
zone sensors and will not heat.
• Pan is properly balanced.
• Heavy handle tilts pan.
Fig. 1
The most common induction cookware types
available:
Stainless steel - Generally, excellent for induction
cooking. Is durable, easy to clean and resists
staining.
Cast iron - Good for induction cooking. Cooks
evenly. Do not slide cast iron cookware on
cooktop. Cast iron cookware with rough surface will
scratch ceramic cooktop.
Porcelain enamel on ferrous metal - Heating
characteristics will vary depending on base
material. Porcelain-enamel coating must be smooth
to avoid scratching ceramic cooktop.
NOTES
Induction Cooking
Pan Sensing (cont’d)
Only use quality cookware in good condition
It is recommended to always use high quality
cookware with heavier bottoms. This will provide
better heat distribution and give better cooking
results. Cookware must have flat bottoms that make
good contact with the entire induction cooking zone
surface. Check for flatness by rotating a ruler across
the bottom of the cookware.
When using your Induction cooktop:
• The pan size must closely fit the pattern on the
cooktop and should match the amount of food
being prepared.
The smaller inner ring marked on the cooktop for
each cooking zone is your guide for the correct
minimum pan size to use (See Fig. 3). The pan
bottom must fully cover the inside ring for heating
to occur.
Minimum pan size requirement for cooking zones
145 mm
5 ¾”
min.
125 mm
5”
min.
NOTE: Pan bottom
should not exceed ½”
(13mm) from outer
cooking zone rings.
• Use clean cookware only. Do not use dirty pans
with grease buildup on the cooktop.
180 mm
• 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).
Minimum and maximum cookware sizes
All four cooking zones on induction cooktop require
a minimum pan size to be used at each location.
If a pan is too small, the red heating ring will not
appear in the cooking zone display, indicating a
possible problem with the pan size (Fig.1). A pan
that is too small will not heat. When the cooking
zone is ready to heat, the red heating indicator will
display for the cooking zone (Fig. 2).
Red heating
indicator ring
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
IMPORTANT
Correct any problems before attempting to
activate the cooking zone. Once the problems
have been corrected the red heating ring will
show in the cooking zone display (Fig. 2).
180 mm
7 ¼”
7 ¼”
min.
min.
Fig. 3
The thicker outer ring marked at each cooking zone
(Fig. 3) is helpful to determine the maximum pan
size recommended for use on each cooking zone.
After centering the cookware on a cooking zone, be
sure cookware does not extend more than 1/2”
(13mm) beyond the outer line. The pan must make
FULL contact on the glass surface without the
bottom of the pan touching the metal cooktop
edges.
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Setting Induction Controls
Before Operating the
Induction Cooktop
The Induction cooktop control provides 4 digital
display windows to help when setting power levels
for each of the cooking zones (Fig. 1). These
settings are shown using LED style displays.
NOTE
• Unlike standard ceramic cooktops, Induction
cooking zones do not heat and will not glow
red when active. Only the pan heats. Also,
Induction cooking zones cannot be turned ON
without a properly placed pan made of
magnetic material such as steel or cast iron.
This feature helps reduce accidental turn-ons.
Right
rear
Left
rear
Right
front
Left
front
Cooking Zone ON/OFF
Each cooking zone display window has an ON OFF
activation key. Touch the corresponding cooking
zone ON OFF key once to activate the cooking
zone needed. When a cooking zone is activated,
0.0 (Fig. 2) will appear in the display window. If any
of the corresponding hi +, med, or lo - power level
keys are not touched within 5 seconds, the request
to activate the cooking zone will cancel.
Fig. 1
To turn OFF an active cooking zone, touch the
corresponding cooking zone ON OFF key once.
Induction Power Level Settings
Once activated each cooking zone will provide 23
power levels to choose from. These include Lo (Fig.
3), 1.2, 1.4, 1.6, 1.8, 2.0, 2.2, 2.4, 2.6, 2.8, 3.0, 3.5,
4.0, 4.5, 5.0 (Fig. 4), 5.5, 6.0, 6.5, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0, Hi
(Fig. 5) and Pb (See Fig. 6).
The highest setting of Pb (Power Boost) provides
the maximum power level for up to 10 minutes (See
Fig. 6). After 10 minutes, the cooking zone will
automatically lower to the Hi setting. The Power
Boost setting is only available immediately after
activating a cooking zone and by pressing hi+.
Fig.2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
If Pb is active, but the Hi setting is preferred over
Pb, touch the lo- key once to adjust down to the Hi
setting.
Fig. 6
Setting Induction Controls
Before Operating the
Induction Cooktop (cont’d)
Incremental Power Level Changes
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 7.0 to Hi) will change much
faster (Fig. 1).
Display Settings Changes
Setting
Incremental change
Lo to 3.0
0.2
3.0 to 7.0
0.5
7.0 to Hi
1.0
Fig. 1
Induction Power Level Settings
Use the following chart (Fig. 2) to help determine
the suggested Induction power level setting for the
type of food you are preparing:
Suggested Induction Power Level Settings
Setting
Type of cooking
Power Boost (Pb)
Use when first starting
to heat pans that
contain large amounts
of food or to
bring large pans of
water to boil.
High (8-Hi )
Start most foods,
bring water to boil,
pan broiling.
Medium high (5-8)
Continue a rapid boil,
fry, deep fat fry.
Maintain a slow boil,
thicken sauces and
gravies, steam
vegetables.
Medium (3-5)
Medium low (2-3)
Keep foods cooking,
poach, stew.
Lo (Lo-2)
Keep warm, melt,
simmer.
Fig. 2
(HE) Hot Surface Message
• The cooking zones may appear to be cool
while turned ON and after they have been
turned OFF. The Induction cooking zones will
not turn red when they are on. The ceramic
glass surface may be HOT from residual heat
transfered from the cookware and burns may
occur.
After powering ON any of the cooking zone
positions the cooktop ceramic surface MAY
become hot from residual heat transferred from the
cookware and burns may occur. After turning any
of these cooking zones OFF, the cooktop may
remain HOT for some time.
The cooktop control monitors the temperature of
the cooktop surface and will display the message
“HE” Hot Element (See Fig. 3) and flash the red
ring whenever one of the cooking zones becomes
too HOT to touch. The “HE” indicator light will
remain ON while hot and turn OFF once the
cooktop has cooled sufficiently.
Fig. 3
NOTE
When the HE cooktop message is displayed, the
cooking zone may still be activated again and
used for cooking.
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Setting Induction Controls
Setting the Wave-Touch™
Induction cooktop
Preheating Recommendations
Induction cooking may decrease the amount of
time normally required to preheat a cooking utensil
when compared to cooking with a radiant element
cooktop or gas surface burner. Whenever using the
cooktop or oven, always pay close attention to all
food items cooking and remain very attentive until
the cooking processes are complete.
Setting cooktop cooking zones
Be sure to use cookware that meets the correct
conditions for the cooking zone desired (See pages
14 & 15). Place the cookware with the prepared
food on the cooking zone before setting the
cooktop control.
To turn ON one or more of the cooking zones:
1. If needed, wake the control panel.
2. Place the prepared food using the correct type
and size cookware on the desired cooking
zone. Be sure to center the cookware on the
cooking zone completely covering the minimum
ring marked on the zone surface.
3. Touch the ON OFF key for the desired cooking
zone. A beep will sound, the chosen cooking
zone display will show a red heating ring and
the power level will show “0.0”, indicating the
zone is ready. If no other key is touched within
5 seconds, the request to power ON the
cooking zone will clear.
4. Set the desired power level for the cooking
zone by touching the hi +, med (power level
5.0) or lo - key. If the hi + key is touched once,
the cooking zone will start at a Pb (Power
Boost) maximum power level. If the lo - key is
touched once the cooking zone will start at the
lowest setting available.
To turn OFF the cooking zones:
1. Once cooking is complete, touch the ON OFF
key to turn the cooking zone OFF.
2. When any cooking zone is OFF, the hot surface
(HE) message indicator may turn on if the
cooking zone temperature is HOT. The hot
surface (HE) message will remain ON as long
as the cooktop remains hot.
• DO NOT TOUCH HOT COOKWARE or PANS
directly with hands. Always use oven mitts or
pot holders to protect hands from burns.
• The cooking zones may appear to be cool
when heating and after they have been turned
OFF. The induction cooking zones will not turn
red when they are on. The glass surface may
be HOT from residual heat transfered from the
cookware and burns may occur.
IMPORTANT
If the cookware is moved from the center of any
active cooking zone, a sensor will detect the
situation and the cookware will no longer heat.
The affected cooking zone display window will
show no red heating ring indicating the need to
center the cookware. The cooking zone will
remember the power level setting for up to 3
minutes before the cooking zone will
automatically shut OFF. If the cookware is
brought back properly centered over the cooking
zone again, the red heating ring in the display
will turn back on. The affected cooking zone will
resume heating and will remember the original
power level setting.
NOTES
• If the Hi power level is desired instead of Pb
(Power Boost) when activating a cooking zone,
press the hi+ key once then press lo- key to
reduce from Pb to Hi.
• Use the hi+ or lo- keys to adjust or scroll
through power levels at any time during the
cooking process. To quickly scroll through the
power levels, touch and hold the hi+ or lokey until the power level desired is reached.
Once the cooking zone power level has been
set, the food will begin to heat at that level
until the power level is manually changed.
Setting Induction Controls
Induction Power Sharing
How Power Sharing works
Your cooktop is equipped with four induction
cooking zones within two heating zone sections.
The right-hand and left-hand cooking zone sections
(See Fig. 1) are powered by two independent
induction inverters - one inverter for each of the
two heating sections. Two cooking zones in a
heating section share the power of the same
inverter. This is called “Power Sharing”.
If pans are cooking food items on both right-hand
cooking zones, the last power level set will be
maintained, while the first pan may experience a
reduction in the power level setting.
Right-hand
cooking zones section
Left-hand
cooking zones section
Fig. 1
For best results
Power Sharing Tip:
To help avoid power sharing, you may choose to
maintain a constant power level for 2 food items at
the same time by placing the pans on one of the
left-hand zones and the other pan on one of the
right-hand zones. See the example of pan
placement in Fig. 2.
Operational Noises
The electronic processes involved with Induction
cooking may create some unusual background
noises. You may hear a slight “buzz” sound when
cooking. These noises are normal and are a part of
the Induction cooking process. Some cookware will
“buzz” louder depending on the material. The
“buzz” sound may be more noticeable if the
contents of the pan are cold; as the pan heats up,
the sound will decrease. If the power setting is
reduced, the sound level will also decrease.
Please note that these noises are more noticeable
while cooking at the “Pb” level. Very loud noises
are not part of normal Induction cooking.
Fig. 2
Oven Vent Location
The oven vent is located under the left side of the
control panel. When the upper oven is operational,
warm air will pass through this vent naturally. The
venting is necessary for proper air circulation and
provides good baking results in the upper oven.
do not place items on the cooktop that will block
this area.
oven vent location
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Setting Oven Controls
About rapid preheat
Use the rapid preheat option on single rack baking
to quickly bring the upper oven to baking
temperature.
The rapid preheat option may be set with the
following cooking features:
NOTE
You may press CANCEL at any time when
setting the control or during the cooking process.
• Bake
• Conv bake
To add or change any cook settings after this
feature has started:
• Conv roast
• Wake control panel from the sleep mode if
necessary.
• Select the UPPER or LOWER oven you wish to
change. Make temperature changes using the +
or - keys. Each press of + or - will adjust the
temperature by 5° F ( or 2°C).
The following temperature settings apply to the
rapid preheat feature:
• Auto-suggest (default) setting: 350°F/176°C
• Min. rapid preheat setting: 170°F / 76°C
• Max. rapid preheat setting: 500°F / 260°C
• If changing cooking times, select the cook time
or end time keys needed to make the changes.
Setting rapid preheat
For best results
See example below to set a rapid preheat with
bake to start immediately using default
temperature.
• Single oven rack cooking ONLY.
• Use in oven rack postions 2 or 3.
Example
Step
Press
1. Press UPPER OVEN
2. Press BAKE
3. Press COOK OPTIONS
4. Press RAPID PREHEAT
5. Press START/enter
When START is pressed the oven will preheat
quickly. The control will display PRE-HEATING
during this time. While PREHEATING the Convection
fan may operate.
After a few minutes a beep will sound and PREHEATING will no longer display. Place prepared
food on a single oven rack. The oven will continue
to bake at the set temperature until bake is canceled.
Setting Oven Controls
About baking in upper oven
Use the bake feature to cook most food items that
require normal cooking temperatures.
Bake may be set with the following options:
If your recipe requires a different baking
temperature than the auto-suggested (default)
temperature (example below shows upper oven
temperature set for 425°F/ 218°C ) :
• Rapid preheat
• Cook time
Example
• Cook time with end time
• Probe
Step
Press
1. Press UPPER OVEN
The following temperature settings apply to the
bake feature:
2. Press BAKE
• Auto-suggest (default) setting: 350°F/176°C
• Min. bake setting: 170°F / 77°C
• Max. bake setting: 500°F / 260°C
3. Enter 425°F
4. Press START/enter
Setting bake for upper oven
For best results
See example below to set a bake to start
immediately using the default temperature.
• Place food items in rack positions 2 or 5.
Example
Step
Press
1. Press UPPER OVEN
2. Press BAKE
3. Press START/enter
Once START is pressed the oven will begin heating.
The oven display shows PRE-HEATING. While
PREHEATING the Convection fan may operate.
After the oven reaches set temperature, PREHEATING will turn off and a beep will indicate the
oven is ready. The oven will continue to maintain
this temperature until the cooking feature is
canceled.
• When using the offset oven rack, place in rack
position 2 or 3.
• When placing multiple food items in the oven
allow 2-4” (5-10cm) of space between the food
items for proper air circulation.
• For best results when baking cakes using 2 oven
racks, place cookware on rack positions 2 & 5.
NOTE
You may press CANCEL any time when setting
the control or during the cooking process.
To add or change any cook settings after this
feature has started:
• Wake control panel from the sleep mode if
necessary.
• Select the UPPER or LOWER oven you wish to
change. Make temperature changes using the +
or - keys. Each press of + or - will adjust the
temperature by 5° F ( or 2°C).
• If changing cooking times, select the cook time
or end time keys needed to make the changes.
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Setting Oven Controls
Using cook time in upper oven
Adding a cook time when baking is beneficial when
a recipe requires a specific temperature and period
of time to cook. Following the recipe cook time
helps insure the best possible results.
See example below to set the upper oven for bake,
starting immediately with preheating to the autosuggest (default) setting of 350°F (176°C) and then
to automatically turn off after 30 minutes:
Cook time may be set with the following features:
• Bake
• Conv bake
• Conv roast
• Slow cook
Example
Step
Preheat the oven if necessary
• Defrost
• Dehydrate
1. Press UPPER OVEN
• Bread proof
• Keep warm
2. Press BAKE
NOTE
• You may press CANCEL any time when
setting the control or during the cooking
process.
Press
3. Press START
4. Press COOK OPTIONS
5. Press COOK TIME
6. Enter 30 minutes
7. Press START/enter
Once START is pressed the oven will cook and after
30 minutes automatically shut-off.
Setting Oven Controls
Using cook time with end time
in upper oven
Adding a cook time along with a specific end time
gives the same benefits as the cook time option in
addition to controlling exactly when the cooking
process will begin and end.
Cook time and end time may be set with the
following features:
See example below to set the upper oven with
preheating for bake at 375°F (176°C) for 50 minutes
and to automatically shut-off at 5:30:
Example
Step
• Bake
• Convection bake
1. Press UPPER OVEN
• Convection roast
• Slow cook
2. Press BAKE
• Clean (delayed Clean uses end time only)
• Defrost
3. Enter 375°F
• Dehydrate
• Bread proof
4. Press COOK OPTIONS
Press
• Keep warm
NOTE
5. Press COOK TIME
• When setting the END TIME option be sure
the correct time of day is set.
6. Enter 50 minutes
• You may press CANCEL any time when
setting the control or during the cooking
process.
7. Press END TIME
8. Enter 5:30
• You may also choose to use COOK TIME
with no END TIME. See pg. 22
9. Press START/enter
Once START is pressed, the oven will calculate the
start time at which the oven will begin heating. The
oven display shows PRE-HEATING. While
PREHEATING the Convection fan may operate.
After the oven reaches set temperature, PREHEATING will turn off and a beep will indicate the
oven is ready. The oven will continue to maintain
this temperature for the selected time or until the
cooking feature is canceled.
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Setting Oven Controls
Broiling in upper oven
Setting broil
Use the broil feature to cook meats that require
direct exposure to radiant heat for optimum
browning results. This cooking feature is only
available in the upper oven.
See example below to set broil for the upper oven
starting immeadiately with the auto-suggest (default) setting:
Use the conv broil feature to cook thicker cuts of
meats that require direct exposure to radiant heat
and the convection fan for optimum browning
results -p.32The following temperature settings apply to the
broil feature:
• Auto-suggest (default) setting: 550°F / 288°C
• Min. broil setting: 300°F / 148°C
• Max. broil setting: 550°F / 288°C
Should an oven fire occur, close the oven door. 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.
Example
Step
Press
1. Place the broiler insert on the broiler pan, then
place the meat on the insert. Remember to
follow all warnings and cautions.
2. Arrange the interior oven rack to rack position
recommendations -p. 25 Figs. 2 & 4-. Be sure
to place the prepared food and pan directly
under broil element. Leave the oven door
open slightly (about 4 inches ) in the broil
position. -p. 25 Fig. 13. Press UPPER OVEN
4. Press BROIL
5. Press START/enter
NOTE
• Do not use the broiler pan without the insert.
• Do not cover the the broil pan/insert with
aluminum foil; the exposed grease could ignite.
• To prevent food from contacting the broil
element and to prevent grease splattering, do
not use the roasting rack when broiling.
For best results
• Use the recommended pans and oven rack
positions for the type of meat being prepared p.25 Figs. 3 & 4-.
• For optimum browning results, allow the oven to
preheat 5-6 minutes before placing the food in
the oven.
Example
You may press CANCEL any time while setting
the control or during the broiling process.
To add or change any cook settings after this
feature has started:
• Wake control panel from the sleep mode if
necessary.
• Select the UPPER or LOWER oven you wish to
change. Make temperature changes using the +
or - keys. Each press of + or - will adjust the
temperature by 5° F ( or 2°C).
• If changing cooking times, select the cook time
or end time keys needed to make the changes.
Setting Oven Controls
Setting broil
The broil pan insert (if equipped) contains slots that
allows grease from the meat to drain into the broil
pan. Place prepared meat on broil pan insert and
then place onto broiler pan as shown -Fig. 3-.
Insert
Recommended broiling times
Use the broiling table -Fig. 2- for approximate
recommended broiling times for the types of meats
listed. Increase or decrease broiling times, or move
the broiling pan to a different rack position to suit
for doneness.
Broil pan
If the food you are broiling is not listed in the table,
follow the instructions provided in your recipe and
watch the item closely.
Fig. 3
7
6
5
Fig. 3
Broil position
Fig. 1
Fig. 4
Broiling Table
Food
Rack position
Temp
Cook time in minutes
1st side
2nd side
Doneness
Steak 1” thick
Steak 1” thick
Steak 1” thick
5th or 7th*
6th or 7th*
6th or 7th*
550°F
550°F
550°F
6
7
8
4
5
7
Medium
Medium-well
Well
Pork chops 3/4” thick
Chicken-bone in
Chicken-boneless
Fish
Shrimp
Hamburger 1” thick
Hamburger 1” thick
6th
5th
6th
6th
5th
7th*
6th
550°F
450°F
450°F
500°F
550°F
550°F
550°F
8
20
8
13
5
9
10
6
10
6
n/a
n/a
7
8
Well
Well
Well
Well
Well
Medium
Well
*Use the off-set rack if you choose to use oven rack position 7.
Fig. 2
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Setting Oven Controls
About convection bake
Setting convection bake
Convection bake is part of the Perfect-Convect³™
system. Convection bake uses a fan to circulate
the oven heat evenly and continuously. The
improved heat distribution allows for even cooking
with excellent results. Multiple rack cooking may
slightly increase cook times for some foods, but
the overall result is time saved.
The following temperature settings apply to the
conv bake feature:
The conv bake feature should ONLY be used when
your recipe instructions have been written for use
with convection baking.
If your recipe instructions are for normal baking and
you wish to use convection bake, follow the
Convection Convert option instructions. The
convection convert option will automatically adjust
the oven temperature so that convection baking
may provide the best possible results.
Conv bake may be set with the following options:
• Conv convert
• Cook time or cook time with end time
• Probe
• Auto-suggest (default) setting: 350°F/176°C
• Min. bake setting : 170°F / 76°C
• Max. bake setting: 500°F / 260°C
See the example below to set conv bake, starting
immediately with the auto-suggest (default) setting
of 350°F (176°C):
Example
Example
Step
Press
1. Press UPPER OVEN
2. Press CONV BAKE
3. Press START/enter
Once START is pressed the oven will begin
heating. The oven display shows PRE-HEATING
during this time.
• Rapid preheat
Benefits of convection bake:
• Superior multiple oven rack performance.
• Some foods cook up 25 to 30% faster, saving
time and energy.
• No special pans or bakeware required.
After the oven reaches set temperature, PREHEATING will turn off and a beep will indicate the
oven is ready. The oven will continue to maintain
this temperature until the cooking feature is canceled.
For best results
• When baking with a single rack use rack
positions 2 or 3. When using 2 racks use rack
positions 2 & 5. When using 3 racks use rack
positions 2, 3 & 5.
7
6
5
4
3
2
• Cookies and biscuits should be baked on pans
with no sides or very low side to allow heated air
to circulate around the food.
• Food baked on pans with a dark finish will cook
faster.
• When placing multiple food items in the oven
allow 2-4” (5-10cm) of space between the food
items for proper air circulation.
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NOTE
• You may press CANCEL any time when
setting the control or when cooking.
Setting Oven Controls
Using convection convert
Setting convection convert
The conv convert option allows you to convert any
normal baking recipe using the convection bake
feature. The control uses the normal recipe settings
and adjusts to a lower temperature for convection
baking. Conv convert must be used with CONV
BAKE feature.
See the example below to set conv bake, starting
immediately with the auto-suggest (default) setting
of 350°F (176°C) and adding the conv convert
option.
Benefits of conv bake using conv
convert option:
• Superior multiple oven rack performance.
• Some foods cook up 25 to 30% faster, saving
time and energy.
• No special pans or bakeware required.
Example
Example
Step
Press
1. Press UPPER OVEN
2. Press CONV BAKE
3. Press COOK OPTIONS
For best results
4. Press CONV CONVERT
• Place food items using the recommended rack
positions. When baking with a single rack use
rack positions 2 or 3. When using 2 racks use
rack positions 2 and 5. When using 3 racks use
rack positions 2, 3 and 5.
• Cookies and biscuits should be baked on pans
with no sides or very low side to allow heated air
to circulate around the food.
• Food baked on pans with a dark finish will cook
faster.
• When placing multiple food items in the oven
allow 2-4” (5-10cm) of space between the food
items for proper air circulation.
NOTE
• You may press CANCEL any time when
setting the control or during the cooking
process.
5. Press START/enter
Once START is pressed the oven display shows
PRE-HEATING. After the oven reaches the
converted set temperature, PRE-HEATING will turn
off and a beep will indicate the oven is ready.
The added conv convert option will automatically
lower the set temperature you set from the bake
recipe to an adjusted conv bake temperature.
When conv convert is used with cook time the time
remaining will flash when the cook time is 75%
complete. The control will also beep at regular
intervals until baking has finished.
To add or change any cook settings after this
feature has started:
• Wake control panel from the sleep mode if
necessary.
• Select the UPPER or LOWER oven you wish to
change. Make temperature changes using the +
or - keys. Each press of + or - will adjust the
temperature by 5° F ( or 2°C).
• If changing cooking times, select the cook time
or end time keys needed to make the changes.
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Setting Oven Controls
About convection roast
Setting convection roast
How convection roast works
See example below to set convection roast to start
immediately with the auto-suggest (default) setting:
Convection roast is part of the Perfect-Convect³™
system. Convection roast combines a cook cycle
with the convection fan and element to rapidly
roast meats and poultry. Heated air circulates
around the meat from all sides, sealing in juices
and flavors. Meats cooked with this feature are
crispy brown on the outside while staying moist on
the inside. In addition, there is no need to reduce
the oven temperature when using convection roast.
Convection roast may be set with the following
options:
• Probe
• Cook time or cook time with end time
• Rapid preheat
The following temperature settings apply to
convection roast:
• Factory auto-start default: 350°F/176°C
• Minimum: 170°F / 76°C
• Maximum: 500°F / 260°C
Benefits of convection roast:
• Superior multiple oven rack performance.
• Some foods cook up 25 to 30% faster, saving
time and energy.
• No special pans or bakeware required.
Example
Example
Step
Press
1. Press UPPER OVEN
2. Press CONV ROAST
3. Press START/enter
Once START is pressed the oven will begin heating.
The oven display shows PRE-HEATING.
After the oven reaches set temperature, PREHEATING will turn off and a beep will indicate the
oven is ready.
NOTE
• You may press CANCEL any time when
setting the control or during the cooking
process.
To add or change any cook settings after this
feature has started:
• Preheating is not necessary for most meats and
poultry.
• Wake control panel from the sleep mode if
necessary.
• Select the UPPER or LOWER oven you wish to
change. Make temperature changes using the +
or - keys. Each press of + or - will adjust the
temperature by 5° F ( or 2°C).
• Place food items using the recommended rack
positions for the type of food being prepared.
• If changing cooking times, select the cook time
or end time keys needed to make the changes.
For best results
• When placing multiple food items in the oven
allow 2-4” (5-10cm) of space between the food
items for proper air circulation.
• Be sure to carefully follow your recipe’s
temperature and time recommendations or refer
to the convection roast chart for additional
information -p. 29, Fig. 2-.
Setting Oven Controls
Roasting recommendations
Roasting rack instructions
When preparing meats for convection roasting, you
may use the broiler pan, insert and the roasting
rack supplied with your appliance. The broiler pan
will catch grease spills and the insert will help
prevent grease splatters. The roasting rack fits on
top of the insert allowing the heated air to circulate
under the food for even cooking and helps to
increase browning on the underside.
Roasting rack
Insert
1. Place oven rack on bottom or next to the
bottom oven rack position.
2. Place the insert on the broiler pan.
Broil pan
3. Make sure the roasting rack is securely seated
on top of the insert. Do not use the broiler pan
without the insert. Do not cover the insert with
aluminum foil.
Fig. 1
4. Position food (fat side up) on the roasting rack.
-Fig. 15. Place prepared food on oven rack in the oven.
Convection Roasting Chart
Meat
Beef
Poultry
Pork
Weight
Oven temp
Internal temp
Standing rib roast
4 to 6 lbs.
350°F
*
25-30
Rib eye roast
4 to 6 lbs.
350°F
*
25-30
Tenderloin roast
2 to 3 lbs.
400°F
*
15-25
Turkey, whole**
12 to 16 lbs.
325°F
180°F
8-10
Turkey, whole**
16 to 20 lbs.
325°F
180°F
10-15
Turkey, whole**
20 to 24 lbs.
325°F
180°F
12-16
Chicken
3 to 4 lbs.
350°F -375°F
180°F
12-16
Ham roast, fresh
4 to 6 lbs.
325°F
160°F
30-40
Shoulder blade roast
4 to 6 lbs.
325°F
160°F
20-30
Loin
3 to 4 lbs.
325°F
160°F
20-25
Pre-cooked ham
5 to 7 lbs.
325°F
160°F
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 drying of the skin.
Minute per lb.
Fig. 2
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Setting Oven Controls
About the probe function
Checking the internal temperature of your food is
the most effective way of insuring that your food
has been properly cooked. When cooking meat
such as roasts, hams or poultry you can use the
probe to check the internal temperature without any
guesswork.
• Use only the probe supplied with your
appliance; any other may result in damage to
the probe or the appliance.
Your oven will automatically change from cooking
to keep warm once the probe has reached the set
temperature.
• Be sure the probe is fully inserted into the
probe receptacle. The probe will not work
properly until correctly connected.
The following temperature settings apply to the
probe function:
• Handle the probe carefully when inserting and
removing it from the food and the receptacle.
• Default: 170°F/76°C
• Do not use tongs to pull the cable when
inserting or removing it from the food or the
receptacle.
• Minimum: 130°F / 54°C
• Maximum: 210°F / 98°C
IMPORTANT
• Defrost your food completely before inserting
the probe to avoid damaging probe.
Setting the probe
• Never leave or store the probe inside the
oven when not in use.
Proper probe placement
• Always insert the probe so that the tip rests in
the center of the thickest part of the meat. Do
not allow the probe to touch bone, fat, gristle or
the pan.
• To prevent the possibility of burns, carefully
unplug the probe using a pot holder.
• 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. To find the
center of the food visually measure with the
probe -Fig. 3-. When cooking fish, insert the
probe just above the gill.
• For whole poultry or turkey, insert the probe into
the thickest part of the inner thigh, below the leg
-Fig. 1-.
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
1/2
Fig. 3
Setting Oven Controls
Setting the probe
See the example below to set the probe target
temperature to180°F/82°C when using the
convection roast feature with oven set temperature
for 325°F/162°C.
NOTE
Example
Example
Step
By the default, your oven will adjust to the keep
warm setting once the probe has reached the set
temperature.
Press
Any time during the cooking process you may
press
1. Insert the probe into the food and place the
food into the oven -p. 30, Fig. 1-.
2. Plug the probe COMPLETELY into the probe
receptacle inside the oven
-p. 30, Fig. 2- and close the oven door.
3. Press UPPER OVEN
4. Press CONV ROAST
5. Enter 325
6. Press COOK OPTIONS *
7. Press PROBE
8. Enter 180
9. Press START/enter
* You may skip steps 6-8 if you choose to use the
default internal target temperature of 170°F for the
probe.
once to see the current internal meat
temperature reported by the probe. Press
twice to review or change the probe target
temperature.
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Setting Oven Controls
About convection broiling
Setting convection broil
Convection broiling is part of the Perfect-Convect³™
system. Use the conv broil feature to cook thicker
cuts of meats that require direct exposure to
radiant heat and the convection fan for optimum
browning results. This cooking feature is only
available for the upper oven.
See example below to set conv broil for the upper
oven to start immediately with the auto-suggest
(default) setting.
The following temperature settings apply to the
conv broil feature:
• Auto-suggest (default) setting: 550°F / 288°C
• Min. convection broil setting: 300°F / 148°C
• Max. convection broil setting: 550°F / 288°C
Should an oven fire occur, leave the oven door
closed and turn the oven OFF. 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.
Example
Step
Press
1. Place the broiler insert on the broiler pan, then
place the meat on the insert. Remember to
follow all warnings and cautions.
2. Arrange the interior oven rack -p. 25 Figs. 2 &
4- for position recommendations. Be sure to
place the prepared food and pan directly
under broil element. Close the oven door
-p. 25 Fig. 1-.
3. Press UPPER OVEN
4. Press CONV BROIL
5. Press START/enter
• Do not use the broiler pan without the insert.
Do not cover the the broil pan or insert with
aluminum foil; the exposed grease could
ignite.
• To prevent food from contacting the broil
element and to prevent grease splattering, do
not use the roasting rack when broiling.
For best results
• Use the recommended pans and rack positions.
-p.25 Figs. 2 & 4• For optimum results preheat oven for 5-6
minutes.
NOTE
Example
You may press CANCEL any time when setting
the control or during the cooking process.
To add or change any cook settings after this
feature has started:
• Wake control panel from the sleep mode if
necessary.
• Select the UPPER or LOWER oven you wish to
change. Make temperature changes using the +
or - keys. Each press of + or - will adjust the
temperature by 5° F ( or 2°C).
• If changing cooking times, select the cook time
or end time keys needed to make the changes.
Setting Oven Controls
About keep warm
Setting keep warm
Use the keep warm feature to keep hot foods
warm. Keep warm may be set with the following
options:
See example below to set keep warm for the upper
oven to start immediately with the auto-suggest
(default) setting.
• Cook time
Example
• Cook time with end time
Step
The following temperature settings apply to the
keep warm feature:
Press
1. Press UPPER OVEN
• Auto-suggest (default) setting: 170°F / 76°C
• Min. keep warm setting: 150°F / 66°C
• Max. keep warm setting: 190°F / 88°C
2. Press KEEP WARM
3. Press START/enter
• FOOD POISONING HAZARD. Do not let
food sit for more than one hour before or
after cooking. Doing so may cause bacteria
to grow which can result in food poisoning
or sickness.
• To prevent food from contacting the broil
element and to prevent grease splattering, do
not use the roasting rack when broiling.
To add or change any cook settings after this
feature has started:
• Wake control panel from the sleep mode if
necessary.
• Select the UPPER or LOWER oven you wish to
change. Make temperature changes using the +
or - keys. Each press of + or - will adjust the
temperature by 5° F ( or 2°C).
• If changing cooking times, select the cook time
or end time keys needed to make the changes.
NOTE
Example
You may press CANCEL any time when setting
the control or during the cooking process.
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Setting Oven Controls
About slow cook
Setting slow cook
The slow cook feature may be used to cook foods
more slowly at lower oven temperatures. The
cooking results will be like that of a Slow Cooker or
Crock-Pot. This 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. Slow cook may be set in the upper
or lower oven.
See the example below to set a slow cook on Lo.
Example
Example
Step
Press
1. Press UPPER OVEN*
Slow cook may be set with the following options:
• Cook time
2. Press SLOW COOK
• Cook time with end time
The following temperature settings apply to the
slow cook feature:
• HI: 275°F/ 134°C (default) for cooking 4 to 5 hours
• Lo: 225°F / 108°C for cooking 8 to 9 hours
For best results
3. Press -lo to choose the Lo
option -Fig. 2-.
4. Press START/enter
*Choose the lower oven to use slow cook in the
lower oven.
• Completely thaw all frozen foods before cooking.
• When using a single oven rack, place in position
2 or 3.
• Position multiple racks to accommodate size of
cooking utensils when cooking multiple food
item.
• Add any cream or cheese sauces during the last
hour of cooking.
• Do not open the oven door often or leave the
door open when checking foods. The more heat
that is lost, the longer the food will need to cook.
• Cover the foods to keep them moist or use a
loose or vented type cover to allow foods to turn
crisp or brown.
• Roasts may be left uncovered so browning can
occur. Cook times will vary depending on the
weight, fat content, bone & the shape of the
roast.
• Preheating the oven will not be necessary.
Fig.1
Fig. 2
NOTE
Example
You may press CANCEL any time when setting
the control or during the cooking process.
To add or change any cook settings after this
feature has started:
• Wake control panel from the sleep mode if
necessary.
• Select the UPPER or LOWER oven you wish to
change. Make temperature changes using the +
or - keys. Each press of + or - will adjust the
temperature by 5° F ( or 2°C).
• If changing cooking times, select the cook time
or end time keys needed to make the changes.
Setting Oven Controls
About Perfect Turkey™
Setting Perfect Turkey™
Heated air circulates around the turkey from all
sides, sealing in juices and flavors. Poultry cooked
with this feature are crispy brown on the outside
while staying moist on the inside.
See the example below to use perfect turkey at the
default setting of 325°F and the probe at the default
setting of 180°F (82°C).
Perfect turkey combines a cook cycle with the
convection fan. The probe is used to monitor the
exact internal temperature of the turkey while
cooking. Once the turkey has reached the set
temperature, the oven will stop cooking and
change to keep warm.
Before setting the perfect turkey feature, or if you
would like to change the probe target temperature,
be sure to carefully read and follow setting the
probe instructions - See steps 6-9, p. 31.
Example
Example
Step
Press
1. Insert the probe into the thickest part of the
meat and place the turkey in the oven -p. 30
Fig 1.
2. Plug the probe into the probe receptacle inside
the upper oven.
3. Press UPPER OVEN
NOTE
Example
• You may press CANCEL any time when
setting the control or during the cooking
process.
• Any time during the cooking process you may
press PROBE once to see the internal meat
temperature reported by the probe. Press
PROBE twice to review the probe set
temperature.
4. Press PERFECT TURKEY
Probe indicator will flash and
Perfect Turkey will not start until the
probe has been plugged in.
5. Press START/enter
• It is not recommended to modify the perfect
turkey settings once cooking has started.
Doing so may not provide the best results.
Perfect Turkey Chart
Meat
Poultry
Weight
Oven temp
Internal temp
Minute per lb.
Turkey, whole*
12 to 16 lbs.
325°F
180°F
8-10
Turkey, whole*
16 to 20 lbs.
325°F
180°F
10-15
Turkey, whole*
20 to 24 lbs.
325°F
180°F
12-16
3 to 4 lbs.
350°F -375°F
180°F
12-16
Chicken
* Stuffed turkey requires additional roasting time. Shield legs and breast with foil to prevent overbrowning
and drying of the skin.
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Setting Oven Controls
About defrost
About dehydrate
Use the defrost feature to thaw small portions of
delicate items such as cream cakes, frozen cream
pies and cheesecake at room temperature. The
Defrost feature can only be used in the upper oven.
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 using heat.
The dehydrate feature dries with heat from the
convection element. The heat is circulated
throughout the oven by the convection fan. Use
dehydrate to dry and/or preserve foods such as
fruits, vegetables, herbs and very thin slices of
meat. Dehydrate may be set in the upper oven
only. The Convection fan may operate while
dehydrating.
The following temperature settings apply to the
dehydrate feature:
Defrost may be set with the following options:
• Cook time
• Cook time with end time
• Auto-suggest (default) setting: 120°F / 48°C
• Min. dehydrate setting: 100°F / 38°C
• Max. dehydrate setting: 225°F / 108°C
Setting defrost
Setting dehydrate
See the example below to set defrost.
See the example below to set dehydrate at the
default temperature of 120°F.
Example
Step
Example
Example
Press
Step
1. Place food in oven and press
UPPER OVEN
Press
1. Press UPPER OVEN
2. Press DEFROST
2. Press DEHYDRATE
3. Press START/enter
3. Press START/enter
NOTE
Example
• You may press CANCEL any time when
setting the control or during the cooking
process.
• 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.
To add or change any cook settings after this
feature has started:
• Wake control panel from the sleep mode if
necessary.
• Select the UPPER or LOWER oven you wish to
change. Make temperature changes using the +
or - keys. Each press of + or - will adjust the
temperature by 5° F ( or 2°C).
• If changing cooking times, select the cook time
or end time keys needed to make the changes.
Setting Oven Controls
Setting dehydrate
For best results
• Dry most fruits and vegetables at 140°F. Dry
herbs at 100°f.
• 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.
• Treat fruits with antioxidants to avoid
discoloration.
• Tightly woven cooling racks can be used to
allow the air to circulate around the food; or use
drying racks to allow the air to circulate around
the food (this type of oven rack is not supplied
with this appliance).
• Consult a food preservation book or library for
information.
About bread proof
The bread proof feature maintains a warm
environment useful for rising yeast-leavened
products. Bread proof may be set in the upper
oven only.
Bread proof may be set in conjunction with the
following feature:
• My favorite
The following temperature settings apply to the
bread proof feature:
• Auto-suggest (default) setting: 100°F/38°C
• Min. bread proof setting: 85°F/30°C
• Max. bread proof setting: 100°F / 38°C
For best results
• Lightly cover the dough
• Place a bowl of hot water on the rack below.
• Use the oven light to check progress. Do not
open the oven door.
Setting bread proof
See example below to set bread proof for 85°F /
30°C.
Example
Example
Step
Press
1. Press UPPER OVEN
2. Press BREAD PROOF
3. Press and continure to
press -lo to advance to 85°F
4. Press START/enter
NOTE
Example
You may press CANCEL any time when setting
the control or during the cooking process.
To add or change any cook settings after this
feature has started:
• Wake control panel from the sleep mode if
necessary.
• Select the UPPER or LOWER oven you wish to
change. Make temperature changes using the +
or - keys. Each press of + or - will adjust the
temperature by 5° F ( or 2°C).
• If changing cooking times, select the cook time
or end time keys needed to make the changes.
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Setting Oven Controls
About my favorite
Recalling a favorite
You may store up to 6 of your most frequently used
heat settings and cooking times, three for each
oven. These keys will light in the display when they
are available for setting or recalling.
Each key will allow you to store a cooking feature,
oven set temperature and a cook time for either the
upper oven or lower oven.
Example
Example
Step
Press
1. Press UPPER OVEN
2. Choose MY FAVORITE
Saving my favorite instructions
All the favorite keys will display after selecting the
upper or lower oven. The example below shows
how to save a favorite cooking instruction for the
upper oven.
Example
Example
Step
Press
1. Press UPPER OVEN
2. Input the cooking instructions using the control
keypads and any additional options you wish
to save and later recall.
3. Press START
4. Press and hold the available
MY FAVORITE for 3 seconds
5. Press CANCEL/off*
You will hear a beep and a red light will display
above the selected favorite to indicate that your
favorite recipe has been stored.
*If you wish to store the cooking instructions but
not start the oven.
3. Press START/enter
Deleting/overwriting a favorite
Once all 3 favorites have been filled you may
choose to overwrite an existing favorite. Follow the
same instructions to save a recipe; choose the
favorite you wish to overwrite and hold for 3
seconds.
It is not necessary to delete a favorite before
saving another. Choose one of the favorite keys
you no longer wish to keep and store the new
cooking instructions using the overwriting
instructions.
Setting Oven Controls
Perfect Program™ multi stage
Stage 2
Multi stage will allow you to program up to 3 stages
of cooking. Each stage may be programmed with a
cooking feature, set temperature and a cook time.
Multi stage is ideal when you want to add a keep
warm after a cooking function.
The following functions may be set with multi stage:
8. Press BROIL
9. Enter 500°F
10. Press START/enter
• Bake/conv bake
• Broil/conv broil (10 minutes max.)
11. Enter 4 minutes
• Conv roast
12. Press START/enter a total
of 2 times to program only 2
stages and begin cooking.
• Bread Proof
• Keep warm
Setting multi stage
See the example to program a multi stage feature
for a casserole. For stage 1, bake at 350°F for 1 hr.
For stage 2, to brown, broil for at 500°F for 4
minutes.
Example
for 2 stages
Example
Step
1. Press UPPER OVEN
2. Press MULTI STAGE
Stage 1
3. Press BAKE
4. Enter 350°F
5. Press START/enter
6. Enter 60 minutes
7. Press START/enter
Press
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Setting Oven Controls
Setting multi stage
See the example to program a multi stage feature
for a casserole. For stage 1, bake at 350°F for 1 hr.
For stage 2, to brown, broil for at 500°F for 4
minutes. For stage 3, keep warm for 15 minutes.
Example
for 3 stages
Example
Step
1. Press UPPER OVEN
2. Press MULTI STAGE
Stage 1
3. Press BAKE
4. Enter 350°F
5. Press START/enter
6. Enter 60 minutes
7. Press START/enter
Stage 2
8. Press BROIL
9. Enter 500°F
10. Press START/enter
11. Enter 4 minutes
12. Press START/enter
Stage 3
13. Press KEEP WARM
14. Enter 170°F
Press
15. Press START
16. Enter 15 minutes
17. Press START a total of 2 times
to start cooking immediately.
Setting Oven Controls
Sabbath mode
This appliance provides special settings for use
when observing the Jewish Sabbath/Holidays. The
Sabbath mode will turn OFF all audible tones and
visual display changes normally reported by the
oven control. BAKE is the only cooking feature
available while in the Sabbath mode.
You must first set the BAKE feature and
temperature(s) needed for the upper/lower oven(s)
and the COOK TIME option if needed before
setting the Sabbath mode. Any settings made prior
to setting the Sabbath mode will be visible in the
displays. The COOK TIME option, if set prior to
the Sabbath mode, will give 1 audible alert at the
end of COOK TIME.
The cooktop will no longer be available whenever
the Sabbath mode is active.
The Sabbath mode will override the factory preset
12 Hour Energy Saving mode and the appliance will
stay on until the cooking features are cancelled. If
any of the cooking features are cancelled when the
appliance is in the Sabbath mode, no audible or
visual indicators will be available to verify the
cancellation.
If the oven interior lights are needed, be sure to
activate them prior to setting the Sabbath mode.
Once the oven light is turned ON and the Sabbath
mode is active, the oven light will remain on until
the Sabbath mode is turned off and the oven lights
are turned off. The oven door will not activate the
oven interior lights when the oven door is opened
or closed.
Please note - it is recommended that any oven
temperature adjustments made within an active
Sabbath mode be followed with two presses of
the START key. This will insure the oven remains
ON even if an attempt is made to set the oven
temperature outside of its temperature range. If the
oven temperature is set outside of the temperature
range, the oven will default to the nearest available
temperature. Try to set the desired oven
temperature again.
Should a power failure or interruption occur during
the Sabbath/Holidays, the appliance will shut OFF.
When power is restored the appliance will not turn
back on automatically to the original BAKE feature
settings. SF will appear in the oven control display
and “- -” in the cooking zone displays indicating a
Sabbath mode failure. - Figs. 1 & 2 After a power failure, the food may be safely
removed from the oven.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
For further assistance, guidelines for
proper usage and a complete list of
models featuring the Sabbath mode,
please vist the web at
http:\\www.star-k.org.
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Setting Oven Controls
Setting Sabbath mode
Canceling Sabbath mode
The example below shows setting the oven to
observe the Sabbath (and Jewish holidays).
The example below shows how to cancel the
Sabbath mode.
Example
Step
1. Press UPPER or
LOWER OVEN
Example
Press
or
Press
1. Press and hold both the LO
and HI keys together for 3
seconds (a beep will sound)
and release:
2. Press BAKE.
&
2. Any active cooking feature set will
automatically stop once Sabbath
mode is cancelled.
Be sure to make any additional
oven setting changes before
going to step 3.
3. To activate the Sabbath
mode, press and hold both
the LO and HI keys together
for 3 seconds (a beep will
sound) and release:
Step
NOTES
Example
The only keys available once the appliance is
&
set for the Sabbath mode are
,
,
and the numeric key pads .
Once properly set for Sabbath mode, SAb -Fig. 1will show in oven display and - - will appear in all
individual cooktop displays until the Sabbath
mode is cancelled -Fig. 2- .
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
You may adjust the oven temperature once
baking has started (Jewish holidays only). To
adjust the oven temperature, choose oven and
press BAKE, enter the new oven temperature
(from 170 to 500F°) and press START.
Remember that the oven control will no
longer beep or display any further
adjustments once the oven is set for the
Sabbath mode.
Setting Lower Oven Controls
Perfect Pair™ lower oven
The lower oven provides two basic modes, 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.
These features are available for the lower oven.
• Bake
• Slow cook -pg.34.
• Keep warm
• Always use oven mitts when removing food
from the lower oven. The lower oven rack,
compartment, cookware/plates may be hot.
• 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.
For best results
• KEEP CHILDREN AWAY FROM THE
LOWER OVEN WHEN HOT. FAILURE TO DO
SO CAN RESULT IN BURNS.
Recommendations for lower oven
• 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 -Fig. 1-. 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.
• For best results with the lower oven, pastries,
casseroles with crumb toppings and bakery
type items should be cooked in the upper oven.
• DO NOT LINE THE OVEN DRAWER WITH
FOIL OR COVER THE OVEN RACK WITH
FOIL. This may result in damage to your 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.
• 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.
• 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.
Fig. 1
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Setting Lower Oven Controls
Baking in the lower oven
Use the bake feature to cook food items with
normal cooking temperatures.
Bake may be set with the following options:
• Cook time
• Cook time with end time
About keep warm in the lower
oven
Use the keep warm feature to keep cooked foods
warm.
When using keep warm always start with hot food.
Do not heat cold food.
The following temperature settings apply to the
bake feature:
• Auto-suggest (default) setting: 350°F/176°C
• Min. bake setting: 170°F / 76°C
• Max. bake setting: 450°F / 232°C
Setting bake for lower oven
See example below to set a bake to start
immediately using the default temperature.
Keep warm may be set with the following options:
• Cook time
• Cook time with end time
The following temperature settings apply to the
keep warm feature:
• Auto-suggest (default) setting: 170°F / 76°C
• Min. keep warm setting: 150°F / 66°C
• Max. keep warm setting: 190°F / 88°C
If you enter a temperature beyond this range your
control will automatically default to the nearest
temperature available.
Example
Step
Press
1. Press LOWER OVEN
2. Press BAKE
3. Press START/enter
Once START is pressed the lower oven will begin
heating. The oven display shows PRE-HEATING.
After the lower oven reaches set temperature, PREHEATING will turn off and a beep will indicate the
oven is ready. The oven will continue to maintain
this temperature until the bake feature is canceled.
NOTE
You may press CANCEL any time when setting
the control or during the cooking precess.
• FOOD POISONING HAZARD. Do not let
food sit for more than one hour before or
after cooking. Doing so can result in food
poisoning or sickness.
NOTE
• The lower oven will not operate when the
upper oven is set for self-cleaning or the
control lock feature is active.
• If the lower oven is ON and a self-clean or
control lock request is attempted, the oven
control will deny the request with a triple
beep.
To add or change any cook settings after this
feature has started:
• Wake control panel from the sleep mode if
necessary.
• Select the UPPER or LOWER oven you wish to
change. Make temperature changes using the +
or - keys. Each press of + or - will adjust the
temperature by 5° F ( or 2°C).
• If changing cooking times, select the cook time
or end time keys needed to make the changes.
Setting Lower Oven Controls
Setting keep warm in the
lower oven
See example below to set keep warm for the lower
oven to start at 190°F / 88°C.
Example
Step
Press
1. Press LOWER OVEN
Temperature selection
See the recommended settings chart below for
keep warm. If a particular food is not listed, use
the default temperature of 170°F. If more crispness
is desired, remove the lid or aluminum foil from the
food. Most foods can be kept at serving
temperatures at 170°F. When a combination of
foods are to be kept warm (for example a meat
with 2 vegetables and rolls) use 170°F.
2. Press KEEP WARM
3. Use +hi to increase the
temp. to 190°F.
4. Press START/enter
NOTE
• Use the +hi key to increase from the default
keep warm temperature. Use the - lo to
decrease the temperature.
• You may press CANCEL any time when
setting the control or during the cooking
process.
Lower oven cleaning tips
For easier cleanups, the lower oven should be
cleaned as soon as the oven cools down. Clean
after each use to minimize buildup of spatter and
food leftovers. When cooking foods that spatter,
cover the food with heatproof lid or foil. Use a mild
detergent and water to clean the oven drawer and
sides. For stubborn soils use a nonabrasive
cleaning pad to remove soils. DO NOT use oven
cleaners on the oven cavity.
Keep Warm
Recommended Food Settings
Food Item
Heating Level
Hot Beverages
190°F
Fried Foods
190°F
Vegetables
170°F
Soups (Cream)
170°F
Stews
170°F
Sauces
170°F
Meats
170°F
Gravies
150°F
Eggs
150°F
Dinner Plates with Food
150°F
Casseroles
150°F
Breads/Pasteries
150°F
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Setting Your Preferences
Wave-Touch™
user preferences
The
Setting clock display (CLO)
key controls options for preferences. The
display will show a digital abbreviation and a value
for every preference each time a key is pressed
one at a time.
The clock display mode allows you to turn the
clock display on or off.
See the example below to change the clock
display to OFF.
Example
Please read the following instructions before
changing the user preferences functions:
• Press and continue to press USER PREF
navigate through the preferences.
• Press
or
Step
to
or
1. Press and continue to press
USER PREF until you reach
the pre-set clock display
mode -Fig. 1-.
to toggle between options for
2. Use the +hi & -lo to toggle to the
CLO off option -Fig. 2-.
each preference.
• Press
Press
or
to increase or decrease numeric
values. You may also use the numeric keys to
input precise values.
• Press START
3. Press START/enter to accept or
press CANCEL/off to reject.
to accept a new option entry
or press USER PREF
next preference.
to advance to the
Fig. 1
• Press CANCEL
Fig. 2
after pressing START
to exit the preferences mode .
NOTE
Setting clock (CLO)
User preference options are not available while
cooking or when using the kitchen timer.
See the example below to set the clock to 1:30.
Example
Step
1. Press USER PREF.
2. Enter 1:30 or use +hi/-lo to
advance to 1:30.
3. Press START/enter to accept or
press CANCEL/off to reject.
Press
Setting Your Preferences
Setting 12 or 24 hour mode
The clock display mode allows you to choose
between 12 and 24 hour mode. The factory pre-set
clock display mode is 12 hour.
See the example below to change the default
mode to 24 hour.
Press
Example
Step
1. Press and continue to press
USER PREF until you reach
the pre-set clock display
mode -Fig. 1-.
2. Use the +hi & -lo to toggle to the
24hr option. -Fig. 2-.
Your control has the ability to display and set
Fahrenheit or Celsius temperatures. The factory
pre-set temperature display is Fahrenheit.
See the example below to change the default
temperature display to Celsius.
Example
Step
Changing between F° or C°
(F-C)
or
1. Press and continue to press
USER PREF until you reach
the Fahrenheit/Celsius
mode. -Fig. 12. Use the +hi or -lo to toggle to
the C option. -Fig. 2-
3. Press START/enter to accept or
press CANCEL/off to reject.
Fig. 1
Press
or
3. Press START/enter to accept or
press CANCEL/off to reject.
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
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Setting Your Preferences
Setting 12hr energy saving
mode (ES)
The oven control has a factory preset built-in 12
hour energy saving feature that will shut off the
appliance if the oven has been heating for more
than 11 hours and 59 minutes. The oven can be
programmed to override this feature for continuous
baking.
See the example below to turn off 12 hour energy
saving mode.
Setting audio mode (AUD)
The audio mode allows you choose between 6
levels of audio volume for the oven control. You
may turn the audio off and later return to operating
with all the normal audible sounds and alerts. The
preheat and cook time features will still beep to
alert you when to put your food in and take it out.
The factory pre-set audible level is 5.
See the example below when changing the audible
level settings.
Example
Example: Turning off Example
12 hr enery saving mode
Step
Press
or
3. Press START/enter to accept or
press CANCEL/off to reject.
Fig. 1
Press
1. Press and continue to press
USER PREF until you reach the
pre-set AUd mode.
1. Press and continue to press
USER PREF until you reach
the pre-set 12hr energy
saving mode -Fig. 1-.
2. Use the +hi & -lo to toggle to the
off option -Fig. 2-.
Step
2. Use the +hi or -lo to choose
desired audio level -Fig. 1 or
to choose the off option
-Fig. 2.
or
3. Press START/enter to accept or
press CANCEL/off to reject.
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Setting Your Preferences
Adjusting oven temperature
User programmable offset (UPO)
Your appliance has been factory calibrated and
tested to ensure an accurate baking temperature.
For the first few uses, follow your recipe times and
temperature recommendations carefully.
If you feel your oven is too hot or too cool from
your baking experience, the oven temperature may
be adjusted to your liking. The temperature may be
increased up to +35°F (+19°C) or decreased down
to -35°F (-19°C) from normal.
The temperature may be increased +35°F (+19°C)
or decreased -35°F (-19°C) from normal.
See the example below to increase the
temperature in the lower oven.
Step
Example
Example
Example
Example
Press
1. Press and continue to press
USER PREF until you reach
the pre-set UPO mode
-Figs. 1-.
2. Press +hi to adjust the
temperature higher. -Fig. 23. Use +hi to advance to 10 -Fig.
24. Press START/enter to accept or
press CANCEL/off to reject.
2. Press -lo to adjust the
temperature lower.
3. Use -lo to advance to -10
-Fig. 2-.
or
To set the temperature lower
use the lo- key.
4. Press START/enter to accept or
press CANCEL/off to reject.
To set the temperature
higher use the hi+ key.
Fig. 1
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 2
Press
1. Press and continue to press
USER PREF until you reach
the pre-set UPO mode.
-Fig 1 -
See the example below to decrease the
temperature in the upper oven.
Step
Adjusting lower oven
temperature (UPO)
or
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Setting Your Preferences
Factory default reset (RST)
You may choose to restore your factory settings.
This will erase all settings or favorites that you
have saved.
See the example below reset your control.
Example
Example
Step
Press
1. Press and continue to press
USER PREF until you reach the
factory default reset mode.
-Fig. 12. Use the +hi or -lo to toggle to
the yes option to reset -Fig. 1-.
or
3. Press CANCEL/off if you
decide not to reset.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Setting Your Preferences
User preferences chart
The following chart will help you navigate through
the user preferences.
User Preferences Options
Preference
1st option
Setting clock
Clock display
12 or 24 hour mode
F° or C°
12hr energy save
mode
Audio mode*
UPO upper oven
UPO lower oven
Reset to factory
pre-sets
* Audio mode provides 6 possible settings.
2nd option*
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Self-Clean
Before starting self-clean
A self-cleaning oven automatically cleans with high
temperatures that are well above those used for
normal cooking. The self-clean feature eliminates
soils completely or reduces them to a fine
powdered ash that you can later easily wipe away
with a damp cloth.
Adhere to the following precautions when
running the self-clean cycle:
During the self-clean cycle, the outside of the
appliance can become very hot to the touch.
DO NOT leave small children unattended near
the appliance.
• Do not use oven cleaners or protective coatings
in or around the oven interior.
• Do not clean the oven door gasket. The woven
material of the oven door gasket is essential for
a good seal. Care should be taken not to rub,
damage or remove the gasket. -Fig. 1• Do not use any cleaning materials on the door
gasket. Leaving chemical residue can damage
the door gasket.
• DO NOT line the oven walls, oven racks,
bottom or any other part of the range with
aluminum foil. Doing so will stop heat
distribution, produce poor baking results
and cause permanent damage to the oven
interior (aluminum foil will melt to the interior
surface of the oven).
• DO NOT force the oven door open. The
automatic door locking system can be
damaged.
• Use caution when opening the door after the
self-clean cycle is finished. The oven may
still be VERY HOT.
• Remove the broiler pan, insert, all utensils and
any aluminum foil. These items cannot
withstand high cleaning temperatures.
• 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 well-ventilated room.
• All oven racks MUST be removed. If they are
left in while attempting to set a self-clean cycle,
the display will show REMOVE RACKS -Fig. 2.
The oven control will not start a self-clean cycle
without first removing all the oven racks.
• Remove any excessive spillovers in the oven
cavity before starting a self-clean cycle. To
clean, use hot, soapy water and a cloth. Large
spillovers can cause heavy smoke or fire when
subjected to high temperatures.
• Clean any soil from the oven frame, the door
liner outside the oven door gasket and the small
area at the front center of the oven bottom with
soap and water. These areas heat sufficiently to
burn soil on.
• Do not allow food spills with a high sugar or
acid content (such as milk, tomatoes,
sauerkraut, fruit juices or pie filling) to remain on
the porcelain surface, they may leave a dull spot
even after cleaning.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Self-Clean
Setting self-clean
Setting delayed self-clean
The clean feature provides 3 different choices for
self-cleaning the upper oven. Set the clean for lite
(2 hrs), med (3 hrs) or heavy soils (4 hrs). The
example below shows setting the upper oven for
self-clean to begin immediately using a medium (3
hour) setting:
You may wish to set your appliance to perform a
self-clean cycle sometime later (up to 12 hours
later). The END TIME key will determine when the
cleaning will stop.
Example
Step
Press
1. Remove oven racks and
press UPPER OVEN
You will need to set the END TIME out far enough
to allow for the type of clean cycle you choose (2-34 hours). Remember to add 30-40 additional
minutes for the oven to cool enough and the oven
door to unlock.
The example below shows setting the upper oven
for a lite (2 hour) self-clean cycle to end at 8:00
o’clock:
2. Press CLEAN
Example
3. Select MED
or
select lite or heavy
Step
Press
1. Remove racks and
press UPPER OVEN
4. Press START/enter
After pressing start, the motorized oven door latch
will automatically lock the door. The DOOR lock
icon will flash (Fig. 1). Once the door is locked the
DOOR lock icon will remain on through the entire
self-clean cycle. After self-clean, the oven may take
30-40 minutes to cool and the oven door to unlock.
A Hot message (Fig. 2) will display during this time.
After cooling the DOOR lock icon will flash and
disappear indicating that the door has unlocked.
2. Press CLEAN
3. Select LITE
4. Press COOK OPTIONS
5. Press END TIME
6. Enter 800
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
7. Press START/enter
IMPORTANT
• The self-clean cycle will not start if ANY
cooking zone remains active or the CONTROL
LOCK is turned on.
• The surface cooking zones will not operate
when the self-clean cycle is active.
• If a self-clean cycle was started but did not
finish due to a power failure, your oven may
not have thoroughly cleaned. Once power is
restored and the oven door has unlocked, set
for another self-clean if needed.
NOTES
Example
• You may press CANCEL any time during the
cleaning process. After cancelling the selfclean cycle, do not attempt to open the oven
door until the DOOR lock icon turns off.
• If you desire to set a delayed self-clean
cycle to end in 12-24 hours, use the USER
PREF key to set the 12hr energy saving mode
(ES) to OFF and also set the clock mode
(CLO) to 24 hr.
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Care and Cleaning
Cleaning Recommendations
Surface Type
Cleaning Recommendation
• Painted body
parts,
decorative
trim,
aluminum
& control
knobs (some
models)
For general cleaning, use hot, soapy water and a cloth. For more difficult soils and
built-up grease, apply a liquid detergent directly onto the soil. Leave on soil for 3060 minutes. Rinse with a damp cloth and dry.
• Control
panel, control
keypad
membrane
Before cleaning the control panel, turn all controls OFF, activate oven lock (on
some models) and cooktop lock (on some models) and remove control knobs
(some models). Do not use abrasive cleaners on any of these materials; they can
scratch. Clean using hot, soapy water and a dishcloth. Be sure to squeeze
excess water from dishcloth before wiping control panel; especially when wiping
around the controls area. Excess water in or around the controls may cause
damage to the appliance. When rinsing, use clean water and a dishcloth and be
sure to squeeze any excess water from dishcloth before wiping the control panel.
• Porcelain
coated
enamel parts
& door liner
Gentle scrubbing with a soapy no-scratch cleaning 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 no-scratch cleaning pad.
Rinse and wipe dry with a clean cloth. Do not allow food spills with high sugar or
acid content (milk, tomatoes, sauerkraut, fruit juices or pie filling) to remain on the
surface; they may cause a dull spot even after cleaning.
• Oven interior
For oven interior remove excessive spillovers from oven cavity bottom before
starting self-clean feature. Remove any soils from oven frame and door liner
outside the oven door gasket. Do not use oven cleaners or protective coatings in
or around oven interior. These can damage the porcelain finish. For very important
cleaning precautions be sure to read all the instructions in the self-clean section.
• Oven racks
Oven racks must be removed from oven cavity before starting self-clean.
Remove from oven and clean by using a mild, abrasive cleaner following
manufacturer's instructions. Rinse with clean water, let dry and then replace.
• Oven door &
door gasket
Use soap & water to thoroughly clean the top, sides and front of the oven door.
Rinse well. You may use a glass cleaner on the outside glass of the oven door. Do
not immerse the door in water. Do not spray or allow water or the glass cleaner
to enter the door vents. Do not use oven cleaners, cleaning powders or any harsh
abrasive cleaning materials on the outside of the oven door.
Do not use abrasive cleaners on any of these materials; they can scratch. To
remove control knobs, turn to OFF position; grasp firmly and pull straight off the
shaft. To replace knobs after cleaning, line up the flat sides of both knob and shaft;
then push knob into place.
Do not clean the oven door gasket. The oven door gasket is made of a woven
material, on Self-Cleaning models, which is essential for a good seal. Care should
be taken not to rub, damage or remove this gasket.
Care and Cleaning
Cleaning Recommendations
Surface Type
Cleaning Recommendation
• Ceramic
cooktop
Do not use spray cleaners on the cooktop.
• Stainless
steel finish
(some models)
Clean heavier soils with hot, soapy water and a dishcloth. Rinse and dry using clean
water and a cloth.
See Cooktop Cleaning and Maintenance in the Care & Cleaning section.
Only use cleaners and polishes that are specifically manufactured for cleaning
stainless steel. Always wipe in direction of metal grain to avoid damaging. Do not
use cleaners with high concentrations of chlorides or chlorine. Do not use harsh
scrubbing cleaners.
Polish with a lint-free cloth. Always be sure to wipe excess cleaner/polish off from
the metal surface as bluish stains may occur during future oven heating that cannot
be removed.
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Care and Cleaning
Cooktop maintenance
Cooktop cleaning
Consistent and proper cleaning is essential to
maintaining your ceramic glass cooktop.
Prior to using your cooktop for the first time, apply
some of the cooktop cleaner supplied with your
new appliance. Buff with a nonabrasive cloth or
no-scratch cleaning 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.
Cookware with rough or dirty bottoms can mark or
scratch the cooktop surface. Even when clean,
sliding cookware on the cooktop can cause metal
markings to appear on the cooktop glass. These
marks should be removed immediately after the
cooktop has cooled using the supplied cooktop
cleaning cream. Metal marks may eventually
become permanent if not removed prior to using
the cooktop again.
DO NOT:
• Use cookware with dirt or dirt build up on
bottom; replace with clean cookware before
using.
• Use your cooktop as a cutting board or work
surface in the kitchen.
Before cleaning the cooktop, be sure the controls
are turned to OFF and the cooktop is COOL.
For light to moderate soil:
Apply a few drops of the ceramic glass cooktop
cleaner directly to the cooktop. Use a paper towel
or use a nonabrasive plastic type no-scratch
cleaning pad to clean the entire cooktop surface.
Make sure the cooktop is cleaned thoroughly,
leaving no residue.
For heavy, burned on soil:
Apply a few drops of the ceramic glass cooktop
cleaner directly to the soiled area. Rub the soiled
area using a nonabrasive plastic type no-scratch
cleaning pad, applying pressure as needed. Do not
use the pad you use to clean the cooktop for any
other purpose.
If soils remain, carefully scrape soils with a metal
razor blade scraper, holding scraper at a 30 degree
angle to the surface as shown. Remove loosened
soils with cooktop cleaning cream and buff surface
clean.
• Drop heavy or hard objects on the ceramic glass
cooktop, they may cause it to crack.
• Slide anything metal or glass across the
cooktop.
30°
Care and Cleaning
Cooktop cleaning
Plastic or foods with a high sugar content:
These types of soils need 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). Allow the cooktop to cool, and use
the same method for heavy or burned on soils.
Do not use the following on the cooktop:
• 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.
BLEACH
ABRA VE
SI
CL
EANERS
AMMONIA
• 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.
IMPORTANT
Damage to the ceramic glass cooktop may occur
if you use an abrasive type cleaning pad. Only
use cleaning products that have been specifically
designed for ceramic glass cooktops.
Special caution for aluminum use on the
cooktop
Aluminum foil - Use of aluminum foil on a
hot cooktop can damage the cooktop. Do
not set down thin aluminum cooking utensils
or allow aluminum foil to remain on the
cooktop near hot cooking zones.
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Care and Cleaning
The oven door with LuxuryHold™ hinges
To prevent possible burns, do not attempt to
remove the oven door until the oven has
completely cooled.
IMPORTANT
The oven door is heavy. Be careful when
removing and lifting the door. Do not lift the
oven door by the handle.
Fig. 1
1. Fully open the oven door -Fig. 1-.
2. Unlock both oven door hinge locks by pulling
them up and away from the oven frame until
they stop (unlocked position) -Figs. 2-. If
needed use a small flat-bladed screwdriver to
assist with loosening the door hinge locks.
3. Firmly grasp both sides of oven door -Fig. 3-.
4. Before completing this step, be prepared to
hold the whole weight of the door while
grasping the sides of the oven door with both
hands. Hold midway down the oven door
sides. Close the oven door to about 4 inches
and continue closing beyond the door stop
position. The oven door should release from
the frame on its own. -Fig. 3-.
Fig. 2
5. Carefully lift door away evenly, slightly up and
out until both hinge arms are clear of the hinge
slots in the oven frame -Fig. 3- . After door has
been removed, be sure to lay the door flat with
the inside of the door downward (never rest the
oven door with any weight on the door handle).
Fig. 3
Care and Cleaning
The oven door with LuxuryHold™ hinges
To replace the Lift-Off oven door
1. Firmly grasp the oven door along both sides
just below the door handle. When positioning
the door hinge arms with the door hinge slots in
the oven frame, you may wish to use your knee
to stabilize the door before attempting to insert
the door hinge arms in the hinge slots -Fig. 1-.
2. Position the angle of the door to the door
removal angle and carefully insert the door
hinge arms fully and evenly into the door hinge
slots. Carefully let the weight of the door
transfer from your hands so that the oven now
supports the oven door.
Fig. 2
3. Open the oven door down to the fully open
position -Fig. 2-.
4. With the door in the fully open position, push
both oven door hinge locks toward the oven
frame until they both are locked -Fig. 3-.
5. Close the oven door.
Fig. 3
Fig. 1
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Care and Cleaning
Special door care instructions
Changing upper oven lights
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.
• 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 or burns.
•
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.
The upper oven light bulbs are located at the rear
of the oven cavity and both are covered with a
glass shield. The glass shield must be in place
whenever the oven is in use.
•
Scratching, hitting, jarring or stressing the oven
door glass may weaken its structure causing
an increased risk of breakage at a later time.
Replacing the upper oven interior light bulbs:
1. Turn electrical power off at the main source or
unplug the appliance.
•
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.
2. Remove upper oven interior light shield as
illustrated below.
3. Replace bulb with a new T-4 type 40 Watt
Halogen appliance bulb. Please note: do not
allow your fingers to touch the new bulb when
replacing. This will shorten the life of the new
bulb. Use a paper towel to cover the new bulb
when installing.
4. Replace glass shield over bulb.
5. Turn power back on again at the main source
(or plug the appliance back in).
6. The clock will then need to be reset.
Care and Cleaning
Changing lower oven light
Removing lower oven and replacing light
1. Before drawer removal, be sure to turn OFF the
lower oven and let the drawer area cool
completely.
2. Pull the drawer away from the oven. Using a
phillips-head screwdriver remove the two
drawer screws from the insides of the front
oven drawer compartment -Fig. 1-.
3. With one hand hold the drawer front in place.
Use your other hand to pull the glide away from
the oven (See Fig. 2) until the glide hook
disengages -Fig. 3-.
Fig. 1
4. Repeat from step 3 above for the other side of
the drawer.
5. With BOTH glide hooks disengaged, carefully
lift the drawer up and away from the oven.
Push both drawer glides into lower oven cavity.
6. Replace the lower oven light with a 40 Watt
appliance light bulb -Fig. 5-.
Replacing lower oven
1. Pull both drawer glides and fully extend
outward from lower oven cavity.
Fig. 2
2. Carefully rest the drawer on top of both glides.
3. Adjust the drawer position on top of the rails
until both of the drawer side slots are correctly
engaged with the glide hooks -Fig. 4-.
4. Pull the drawer forward to line up the drawer
with both screw holes in the glides. Using a
phillips-head screwdriver replace the two
screws removed from the inner drawer sides.
5. Replace drawer rack if removed.
6. Close lower oven drawer.
Glide Hook Disengaged
Fig. 3
Glide Hook Engaged
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
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Solutions to Common Problems
Before you call for service, review the following list. It may save you time & expense. The list includes
common occurrences that are not the result of defective workmanship or materials in this appliance.
Before you call
Problem
Solution
Poor baking results.
• Many factors affect baking results. Make sure the proper
oven rack position is used. Center food in the oven and
space pans to allow air to circulate. Allow the oven to
preheat to the set temperature before placing food in the
oven. Try adjusting the recipe's recommended
temperature or baking time. If you feel the oven is too hot
or cool, see “Adjusting Oven Temperature” in the Setting
Your Preferences section of this Use & Care Guide.
Entire appliance does not operate.
• The time of day is not set. The time of day must first be
set in order to operate the oven. See “Setting clock at
power up” in the Getting Started section.
• Make sure cord/plug is plugged correctly into outlet.
• Service wiring is not complete. Contact your dealer,
installing agent or authorized service agent.
• Electrical power outage. Check house lights to be sure.
Call your local electric company for service.
Oven portion of appliance does not
operate.
• The time of day is not set. The time of day must first be
set in order to operate the oven. See “Setting clock at
power up” in the Getting Started section.
• Be sure the oven controls are set properly for the desired
cooking feature. See Setting Oven Controls in this Use
& Care Guide or read the instructions “Entire appliance
does not operate” in this checklist.
Induction cooking zone does not heat.
• Be sure to activate the correct cooking zone control that
corresponds with the cookware placement on cooktop.
• Be sure to use the correct cookware material type for
induction cooking. Only use cookware specifically
identified by the manufacturer for induction cooking. If
you’re 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.
• Be sure to read about pan-sensing in the Induction
Cooking section and correct any pan-sensing issues in
the checklist provided.
Induction cooking zone seems too hot
or not hot enough.
• Incorrect surface control power level setting. Adjust the
power level to correct.
Questions or for service call: 1-877-4ELECTROLUX (1-877-435-3287)
Solutions to Common Problems
Before you call
Problem
Solution
Surface cooking zone does not heat
evenly.
• Lightweight or warped pans used. Use only flat, evenly
balanced, medium or heavyweight quality cookware. Flat
pans heat better than warped pans. Cookware materials
and weight of the material affect heating. Heavy &
medium-weight pans heat more evenly. Because
lightweight pans heat unevenly, foods may burn easily.
Cooking zones do not glow red when
heating cookware.
• The induction cooking zones will not glow when they are
heating. Induction cooking uses electromagnetic energy
to induce heat directly to the cookware on the cooktop.
Oven control panel beeps & displays
any F code error.
• Oven control has detected a fault condition. Press
CANCEL to clear the display & stop beeping. Try the
bake or broil feature again. If the F code error repeats,
remove power supply from appliance, wait 5 minutes
and then repower the appliance and set clock for the
time of day. Try the bake or broil feature again. If the
fault recurs, record fault number and call for service.
Oven control panel beeps & cooktop
control displays any E code error.
• The cooktop control has detected a fault or error
condition. If the E code error persists, turn off any
active cooking zones. Remove power supply from
appliance, wait 5 minutes and then repower the
appliance and set clock for time of day. Try the
cooktop setting again. If the error recurs, record E code
error number and call for service.
Self-clean cycle will not start.
• Oven racks not removed or oven control not set
properly. Follow instructions under Self-cleaning.
Soil not completely removed after
• Self-cleaning cycle was interrupted. Follow steps under
"Stopping or interrupting a self-cleaning cycle" under
Self-Cleaning.
finishing self-cleaning cycle.
• Excessive spillovers on oven bottom. Remove before
starting self-clean.
• Failure to clean bottom, front 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 door gasket.
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
Oven smokes excessively during
broiling.
• Control not set properly. Follow broiling instructions
under Setting Oven Controls.
• Make sure oven door is opened to broil stop position.
• Meat too close to the broil element. Reposition the broil
rack to provide proper clearance between the meat &
the element. Preheat the broil element for searing.
• Meat not properly prepared. Remove excess fat from
meat. Cut remaining fatty edges to prevent curling, but
do not cut into lean.
• Insert on broiler pan wrong side up & grease not
draining. Always place grid on the broiler pan with ribs
up & slots down to allow grease to drip into pan (some
models).
• Grease has built up on oven surfaces. Regular cleaning
is necessary when broiling frequently. Old grease or
food spatters cause excessive smoking.
Flames inside oven or smoking from
oven vent.
• Excessive spillovers in oven. For example this will
happen for pie spillovers or large amounts of grease
left on the oven bottom. Wipe up excessive spillovers
before starting oven. If flames or excessive smoke are
present see “About broiling” in the Setting Oven
Controls section.
Appliance is not level.
• Cabinets not square or are built in too tightly. Contact
builder or installer to make appliance accessible.
• Carpet interferes with appliance. Provide sufficient
space so appliance can be lifted over carpet.
Cannot move appliance easily.
Appliance must be accessible for
service.
• Be sure floor is level, strong & stable enough to
adequately support range.
• If floor is sagging or sloping, contact a carpenter to
correct the situation.
• Poor installation. Place oven rack in center of oven.
Place a level on the oven rack. Adjust leveling legs at
base of appliance until the oven rack is level.
• Kitchen cabinet alignment may make range appear not
level. Be sure cabinets are square & have sufficient
room for appliance clearance.
Questions or for service call: 1-877-4ELECTROLUX (1-877-435-3287)
Solutions to Common Problems
Before you Call
Problem
Solution
Convection fan does not rotate.
• Oven door is open. Convection fan will turn off if oven
door is opened when Convection is active. Close oven
door.
Oven light does not work.
• Be sure light bulb is securely installed.
• Replace bulb. See “Changing upper or lower oven
lights” sections in this Use & Care Guide.
Scratches or abrasions on cooktop
surface.
• Coarse particles such as salt or sand between cooktop
and utensils can cause scratches. Be sure cooktop
surface and bottoms of utensils are clean before
usage. Small scratches do not affect cooking and will
become less visible with time.
• Cleaning materials not recommended for ceramic-glass
cooktop have been used. See "Cooktop Cleaning and
Maintenance in the Care and Cleaning section of this
Use & Care Guide.
• Cookware with rough bottom was used. Only use
smooth, flat-bottomed quality cookware.
Metal marks on cooktop surface.
• Sliding or scraping of metal utensils on cooktop surface.
Do not slide metal utensils on cooktop surface. Use a
ceramic-glass cooktop cleaner to remove the marks.
See "Cooktop Cleaning and Maintenance" in the Care
and Cleaning section.
Brown streaks or specks on cooktop
surface.
• Boilovers are cooked onto surface. Use razor blade
scraper to remove soil. See "Cooktop Cleaning and
Maintenance" in the Care and Cleaning section.
Areas of discoloration with metallic
sheen on cooktop surface.
• Mineral deposits from water and food. Remove using a
ceramic-glass cooktop cleaner. Only use quality
cookware with clean, dry bottoms.
Questions or for service call: 1-877-4ELECTROLUX (1-877-435-3287)
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Display Abbreviations
List of displayed abbreviations
See the chart below for common abbreviations
that you may see while using your appliance.
Abbreviantions Chart
Message
--
Message
explanation
Oven control
location
Cooktop lock
Cooktop control
location
x
CLn
Self clean
x
CLO
Setting the clock
x
dEF
Defrost
x
d-O
Door open
x
E11*
x
End
End of cycle
x
F10*
Fault code error
x
HE
Hot element
x
x
Hi
Hi setting
x
x
Hot
Hot oven
x
Lo
Lo setting
x
Loc
Control lock
x
Pb
Power Boost
SAb
Sabbath mode
--
Sabbath mode
Sd
Demo mode
x
SF
Sabbath mode failure
x
--
Sabbath mode failure
CF
Check food
x
x
x
x
x
x
*Example of an error or fault code.
The numbers following any E or F code may be different than those provided in the example shown
above. Make a note of E or F code and the number following. This code will help your servicer identify the
problem and repair your appliance.
Major Appliance Warranty Information
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
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This warranty does not cover the following:
Products with original serial numbers that have been removed, altered or cannot be readily determined.
Product that has been transferred from its original owner to another party or removed outside the USA or Canada.
Rust on the interior or exterior of the unit.
Products purchased “as-is” are not covered by this warranty.
Products used in a commercial setting.
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.
Service calls to correct the installation of your appliance or to instruct you how to use your appliance.
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.
Service calls to repair or replace appliance light bulbs, air filters, water filters, other consumables, or knobs,
handles, or other cosmetic parts.
Labor or in-home service costs during the additional limited warranty periods beyond the first year from your
original date of purchase.
Pickup and delivery costs; your appliance is designed to be repaired in the home.
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.
Damages to the finish of appliance or home incurred during transportation or installation, including but not limited to
floors, cabinets, walls, etc.
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
1-877-435-3287
Electrolux Major Appliances North America
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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