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EvenAir™
Convection
Self-Cleaning
Electric Range
Owner's Manual
ARTC7114*
ARTC7003*
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Contents
Model Identification ................................................. 2
Parts and Accessories ............................................ 2
Service .................................................................... 2
Asure™ Extended Service Plan .............................. 2
Important Safety Information ....................................... 3
ALL APPLIANCES .................................................. 3
SURFACE COOKING UNITS .................................. 4
GLASS/CERAMIC COOKING SURFACES ............. 4
OVENS ................................................................... 4
SELF-CLEANING OVENS ...................................... 4
VENTILATION HOODS ............................................ 4
In Case of Fire ........................................................ 4
Precautions ............................................................ 4
Installation .................................................................. 5
Packing Material ..................................................... 5
Range Location ....................................................... 5
Cabinet Opening ..................................................... 5
Minimum Clearances to Combustible Surfaces ....... 5
Irregular Cabinet and Countertop Heights ................ 6
Line Voltage Requirements ..................................... 6
Power Supply Location ........................................... 6
Power Cord Requirements ...................................... 6
Range Terminal Block ............................................. 6
Installing 3-Wire Power Cord ................................... 7
Installing 4-Wire Power Cord ................................... 8
Converting 3-Wire to 4-Wire Power Cord ................. 9
Anti-tip Bracket Installation ..................................... 9
Level Range ............................................................ 9
Removal and Replacement of Range ....................... 9
Operation ................................................................... 10
Range Features ...................................................... 10
Preparing to Cook with Smoothtop Elements .......... 12
Cooking with Surface Elements .............................. 12
Cooking Utensils ..................................................... 13
Electronic Oven Control .......................................... 14
Setting Electronic Clock ......................................... 16
Setting Electronic Timer .......................................... 16
Baking or Convection Baking .................................. 17
Broiling or Convection Broiling ................................. 17
Self-Cleaning ........................................................... 18
Cooking Guide ........................................................... 19
Baking Guide .......................................................... 19
Poultry Roasting Guide ........................................... 19
Beef and Pork Roasting Guide ................................ 20
Broiling Guide ......................................................... 20
Convection Baking Guide ........................................ 21
Convection Broiling Guide ....................................... 21
Convection Poultry Roasting Guide ......................... 22
Convection Beef and Pork Roasting Guide .............. 22
Care and Cleaning ...................................................... 23
Removing Oven Door ............................................... 23
Removing Storage Drawer ....................................... 23
Replacing Oven Light .............................................. 23
Cleaning .................................................................. 24
Cleaning Smoothtop Rangetop ................................ 25
Before Calling for Service ............................................ 26
Warranty .................................................................... 27
Quick Reference Instructions ..................................... 28
Model Identification
Complete enclosed registration card and promptly return.
If registration card is missing, call Consumer Affairs
Department at 1-800-843-0304 inside U.S.A.
319-622-5511 outside U.S.A. When contacting Amana,
provide product information located on rating plate. Rating
plate is located on the oven frame. Record the following:
Model Number: ______________________________
Manufacturing Number: ________________________
Serial or S/N Number: _________________________
Date of purchase: _____________________________
Dealer’s name and address: ____________________
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
Parts and Accessories
Purchase replacement parts and additional accessories
(e.g., refrigerator shelves, dryer racks, or cooktop
modules) over the phone. To order accessories for your
Amana product, call 1-800-843-0304 inside U.S.A. or
319-622-5511 outside U.S.A.
Service
Keep a copy of sales receipt for future reference or in
case warranty service is required. Any questions or to
locate an authorized servicer, call 1-800-NAT-LSVC
(1-800-628-5782) inside U.S.A. 319-622-5511 outside
U.S.A. Warranty service must be performed by an
authorized servicer. Amana, also recommends contacting
an authorized servicer if service is required after warranty
expires.
Asure™ Extended Service Plan
Amana offers long-term service protection for this new
range. Asure™ Extended Service Plan is specially
designed to supplement Amana’s strong warranty.
This plan covers parts, labor, and travel charges.
Call 1-800-528-2682 for information.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
! CAUTION
! WARNING
DO NOT TOUCH SURFACE UNITS OR AREAS
NEAR UNITS—Surface units may be hot though they
are dark in color. Areas near surface units may
become hot enough to cause burns. During and after
use, do not touch, or let clothing touch or other
flammable materials contact surface units or areas
near surface units until they have had enough time to
cool. These areas include the rangetop and
backguard.
To reduce the risk of the appliance tipping, it
must be secured by a properly installed anti-tip
bracket(s). To make sure bracket has been
installed properly, remove the storage drawer or
panel and look under the range with a flashlight.
Bracket(s) must be engaged in the rear corner of
the range.
• ALL RANGES CAN TIP
! CAUTION
• INJURY TO PERSONS
COULD RESULT
DO NOT TOUCH HEATING ELEMENTS OR
INTERIOR SURFACES OF OVEN—Oven heating
elements may be hot though they are dark in color.
Interior surfaces of an oven may become hot enough
to cause burns. During and after use, do not touch, or
let clothing or other flammable materials touch heating
elements or interior surfaces of oven until they have
had enough time to cool. Other range surfaces that
may become hot enough to cause burns are the oven
door and oven
• INSTALL ANTI-TIP
BRACKET(S) PACKED
WITH RANGE
• SEE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
ALL APPLIANCES
1. Proper installation. Be sure your appliance is
properly installed and grounded by a qualified
technician.
2. Never Use Your Appliance for Warming or Heating
the Room.
3. Do not leave children alone. Children should not be
alone or unattended in the area where the appliance
is in use. They should never be allowed to sit or
stand on any part of the appliance.
4. Wear proper apparel. Loose fitting or hanging
garments should never be worn while using
appliance.
5. User Servicing—Do not repair or replace any part of
the appliance unless specifically recommended in
the manual. All other servicing should be referred to a
qualified technician.
6. Storage in or on appliance. Flammable materials
should not be stored in an oven or near surface units.
7. Do not use water on grease fires. Smother fire or
flame, or use dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher.
8. Use only dry potholders. Moist or damp potholders
on hot surfaces may result in burns from steam. Do
not let potholder touch elements. Do not use a towel
or other bulky cloth.
! WARNING
To avoid personal injury, do not sit, stand or lean on
oven door or oven drawer.
! WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or
death, make sure your range has been properly
grounded and always disconnect it from main power
supply before servicing.
! CAUTION
This appliance contains or produces a chemical or
chemicals which can cause death or serious illness
and which are known to the state of California to
cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive
harm. To reduce the risk from substances in the fuel
or from fuel combustion make sure this appliance is
installed, operated, and maintained according to the
instructions in this booklet.
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SURFACE COOKING UNITS
SELF-CLEANING OVENS
1. Use proper pan size. This appliance is equipped with
one or more surface units of different size. Select
utensils having flat bottoms large enough to cover the
surface unit heating element. The use of undersized
utensils will expose a portion of the heating element
to direct contact and may result in ignition of clothing.
Use of oversized utensils concentrates heat on
cooking surface and can cause damage to range.
Proper relationship of utensil to burner improves
efficiency.
2. Never leave surface units unattended. Boilover causes
smoking and greasy spillovers that may ignite.
3. Glazed cooking utensils—Only certain types of glass,
ceramic, earthware, or other glazed utensils are
suitable for rangetop service without breaking due to
sudden change in temperature.
4. Utensil handles should be turned inward and not
extend over adjacent surface units. To reduce the risk
of burns, ignition of flammable materials, and spillage
due to unintentional contact with the utensil, the
handle of a utensil should be positioned so that it is
turned inward, and does not extend over adjacent
surface units.
5. Do not soak removable heating elements. Heating
elements should never be immersed in water.
1. 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.
2. 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 liner.
3. Clean only parts listed in manual.
4. Before self-cleaning the oven, remove broiler pan,
oven racks, and other utensils.
5. Remove all items from rangetop and backguard.
VENTILATION HOODS
1. Clean ventilation hoods frequently. Grease should not
be allowed to accumulate on hood or filter.
2. When flaming foods, turn fan on.
In Case of Fire
Fires can occur as a result of over cooking or excessive
grease. Though a fire is unlikely, if one occurs, proceed
as follows:
Surface Element Fire
1. Smother the fire with a nonflammable lid or baking
soda, or use a Class ABC or BC extinguisher. Not
water. Not salt. Not flour.
2. As soon as it is safe to do so, turn the surface
controls to OFF. Turn off power at main circuit breaker
or fuse box.
Oven Fires
1. If you see smoke from your oven, do not open oven.
2. Turn temperature knob to OFF position.
3. As an added precaution, turn off power at main circuit
breaker or fuse box.
4. Turn on vent to remove smoke.
5. Allow food or grease to burn itself out in oven.
6. If smoke and fire persist, call fire department.
7. If there is any damage to components, call an
authorized servicer before using range.
GLASS/CERAMIC COOKING SURFACES
1. Do not cook on broken cooktop. If cooktop should
break, cleaning solutions and spillovers may
penetrate the broken cooktop and create a risk of
electrical shock. Contact a qualified technician
immediately.
2. Clean cooktop 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.
OVENS
1. Use care when opening door. Let hot air or steam
escape before removing or replacing food.
2. Do not heat unopened food containers. Build-up of
pressure may cause container to burst and result in
injury.
3. Keep oven vent ducts unobstructed.
4. Placement of oven racks. Always place oven racks in
desired location while oven is cool. If rack is removed
while oven is hot, do not let potholder contact hot
heating element in oven.
5. Protective liners. Do not use aluminum foil to line drip
bowls or oven bottoms. Improper installation of these
liners may result in a risk of electrical shock, or fire.
Precautions
• Do not cook food directly on rangetop surface, always
use cookware.
• Do not mix household cleaning products. Chemical
mixtures may interact with objectionable or even
hazardous results.
• Do not put plastic items on warm cooking areas. They
may melt and stick.
• Do not slide rough metal objects across rangetop
surface. Scratching or metal marking can result.
• Do not leave fat heating unless you remain nearby. Fat
can ignite if overheated by spilling onto hot surfaces.
• Do not allow pots to boil dry as this can cause damage
to cooking surface and pan.
• Do not use rangetop surface as a cutting board.
• Do not use range for storage or as a display counter.
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Installation
Minimum Clearances to Combustible
Surfaces
Packing Material
Remove protective packing materials from range. Tape
residue can be cleaned with a soft cloth and alcohol.
Using dimensions, prepare cabinet opening.
• Minimum clearance to rear wall is 0 inches.
• Minimum clearance to a vertical right or left side wall is
0 inches.
• Minimum clearance to countertop/cabinet on each side
is 0 inches.
• Minimum of 30 inches between top of cooking surface
and bottom of an unprotected wood or metal cabinet.
• Minimum of 24 inches between cooking surface and
protected wood or metal cabinet above range. Cabinet
bottom must be protected by at least ¼ inch thick
millboard with not less than No. 28 MSG sheet steel,
.015 inch thick stainless steel, .024 inch thick
aluminum, or .020 inch thick copper.
Range Location
Underwriter’s Laboratories, Inc. specifies range can be
installed flush against right and left base cabinets, and
rear vertical wall. Range can also be installed flush
against left or right vertical wall extending above 36 inch
standard countertop height.
Cabinet Opening
! WARNING
To avoid risk of burns or fire by reaching over
elements, cabinet storage space located above range
should be avoided. If cabinet storage is provided,
install a range hood that projects horizontally a
minimum of 5 inches beyond the cabinet bottom to
reduce the risk.
A
! CAUTION
Do not store items of interest to children in cabinets
above a range or behind the backguard of a range.
Children climbing on the range to reach items could
be seriously injured.
C
B
Range should extend approximately 2 inches from
cabinet front to oven door handle. Using dimensions,
prepare cabinet opening.
D
A
E
E
D
C
B
A—30 inches minimum
B—30 inches unprotected/24 inches protected minimum
C—13 inches maximum
D—25 inches maximum
E—36 inches maximum
A—301/8 to 30¼ inches
B—36 inches standard
C—35 inches standard
D—23 inches standard
E—25 inches standard
Minimum Clearances to Combustible Surfaces
Standard Cabinet and Countertop Height
5
Irregular Cabinet and Countertop Heights
Power Cord Requirements
Countertops such as ceramic tile tops cause cabinet and
countertop to be higher than 36 inches. Follow instructions
below when countertop is higher than 36 inches.
1. Raise leveling legs to maximum height.
2. Measure from floor to rangetop. If measurement is
less than height of countertop, floor must be
shimmed.
3. Shim floor using a piece of plywood same size as
range opening. Secure plywood to floor. Plywood
must be as secure as original flooring.
4. Install anti-tip bracket and slide range into place.
Power cord is not supplied with range. Power cord must
be U.L. Listed and meet NEC and Mobile Home
Manufacturers Association Standards. Cord must be
rated at a minimum 250V—40 AMP, equipped with a
plug configuration in accordance with NEMA. Conductors
must end with closed loop (ring) terminals at the range.
• Three-conductor cord plug NEMA 10-50P allowed for
residential.
• Four-conductor cord plug NEMA 14-50P required for
most mobile home installations but can be used for
residential.
Line Voltage Requirements
NOTE: Only a power cord suitable for use with ranges may
be used. For installation in a mobile home, or area where
local codes do not permit grounding through the neutral
terminal, a 4-wire cord must be used.
Line voltage must not exceed rated voltage. See rating plate
attached to range for kilowatt rating. Line voltage less than
rated voltage will result in slow heating. Wiring system must
conform to Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. standards and
National Electrical Code. Installation must conform to all
local, municipal and state building codes, and local utility
regulations. Range must be connected only to a supply
circuit as specified on rating plate wiring diagram of range.
Range Terminal Block
Connection block is located at bottom rear of range
behind rear cover panel. Remove rear cover screw.
Directly below terminal block is a hole for a power supply
service cord. Power cord is not supplied with range.
Range requires 3 wires, 120/240 Volts, 60 Hertz A.C.
House wiring and fusing must comply with local wiring
codes. If no codes apply, wire according to National
Electrical Codes.
Power Supply Location
Shaded area shows range clearance for electrical
connection.
D
A
A
Attach Power Cord
E
B
B
C
C
A—3 inches
B—7 inches
C—6 inches
D—301/8 inches minimum
E—241/16
Power Supply Location
6
Installing 3-Wire Power Cord
Range has been grounded at the factory to the center
(nickel plated) terminal of the terminal block in
accordance with the National Electrical Code (section
2560). When a separate ground is required by local code,
disconnect the grounding strap from the terminal block.
Ground frame by connecting a grounding wire to range
frame using only the grounding screw removed from the
grounding strap.
Refer to power cord instructions if available for additional
information.
1. Remove rear wire cover on rear of range.
2. Place strain relief (winged clamp) in cord access hole
below terminal block.
• Strain relief is supplied with cord. Place wings
through hole, entering from bottom. Screw holes in
clamp should be below mounting panel. Place cord
through strain relief.
3. Attach neutral (center) or white wire to center terminal
on terminal block.
4. Attach power lead, red wire or black wire to left side
power terminal.
5. Attach power lead, red wire or black wire to the right
side power terminal.
6. After wires have been placed on terminals, attach
with hex nuts provided.
• Firmly tighten to ensure proper electrical
connection.
7. Place screw through strain relief and tighten.
8. Replace rear wire cover.
Neutral terminal connect wire
with white insulation
Power terminals
(240 V)
Ground
strap
Wires from range
Power lead connect wire
with black or red insulation
and brass terminal
(Number of wires on each terminal can vary)
A
B
A
Terminal Block
Terminal block is approved for copper wire connection
only, NOT aluminum wiring. If aluminum house wiring
is to be connected, the following procedure is suggested.
1. Connect length of copper building wire to range
terminal block with ring terminals.
2. Splice copper wires to aluminum wiring using
connectors which are designed certified by
Underwriter’s Laboratories and recognized for joining
copper to aluminum. Follow the connector
manufacturer’s recommended procedure.
3. Wire used, location and enclosure of splices must
conform to local codes.
Wires from power cord
A—Power lead terminal (Connect black or red insulated wire and
secure with brass nut.)
B—Neutral terminal (Connect insulated white insulated wire and
secure with brass nut.)
Installing 3-wire Power Cord
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Installing 4-Wire Power Cord
Wires from range
(Number of wires on each terminal can vary)
! WARNING
B
A
To avoid the risk of severe electrical shock or death,
ground wire must be attached to frame of range, using
ground screw provided. Ground wire must not contact
any other terminal.
1. Remove rear wire cover on back of range.
2. Place strain relief (winged clamp) in cord access hole
below terminal block.
• Strain relief is supplied with cord. Place wings
through hole entering from bottom.
• Screw holes in clamp should be below mounting
panel.
3. Remove green ground screw (retain for use in step 8)
and unscrew brass nut on center terminal. Remove
grounding strap.
A
Wires from power cord
A—Power lead terminal (Connect black or red insulated wire and
secure with brass nut.)
B—Neutral terminal (Connect insulated white insulated wire and
secure with brass nut.)
Wires from range
(Number of wires on each terminal can vary)
Attach 4-wire Power Cord
Center terminal
nut
8. Position grounding strap down and away from
terminal block. Attach green or bare wire and
grounding strap to back of range using green ground
screw previously removed in step 3.
Grounding
strap
Wires from range
(Number of wires on each terminal can vary)
Green ground
screw
Remove Green Ground Screw
4. Place cord through strain relief.
5. Attach cord neutral (center) or white wire to center
terminal on terminal block. Secure with hex nuts
provided. See “Attach 4-wire Power Cord” illustration.
6. Attach power lead, red wire or black wire to left
terminal. Secure with hex nuts provided.
7. Attach power lead, red wire or black wire to right
terminal. Secure with hex nuts provided.
A
Wires from power cord
A—Ground screw (Connect green insulated wire and secure with
screw.)
Position Grounding Strap
9. Firmly tighten all connections to ensure proper
electrical connection.
10. Place screw through strain relief, tighten, and replace
rear wire cover.
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3. Mark 2 hole locations in anti-tip bracket.
4. Drill 2 holes.
• If drilling into wood, use a 3/32-inch drill bit.
• If drilling into concrete, use a 3/16-inch masonry drill
bit and insert plastic anchors.
5. Secure bracket to floor using screws supplied.
6. Slide range into position, remove range storage
drawer or lower panel and confirm anti-tip bracket is
engaged with range leveling leg.
Converting 3-Wire to 4-Wire Power Cord
1. Remove rear wire cover.
2. Remove bottom strain relief screw and retain for
further use.
3. Remove screw/hex nuts from terminal block and
retain for further use.
4. Remove all 3-wire or cable leads from the terminal
block and proceed to remove the power cord from the
range by pulling in a downward motion so the cord is
removed from strain relief.
5. To install the 4-wire cord, please follow step 3
through step 9 of Installing 4-Wire Power Cord
section.
Level Range
! CAUTION
Anti-tip Bracket Installation
To avoid damaging oven door, do not lift or move range
by oven door handle. Glass can break.
To reduce risk of range tipping, secure range with a
properly installed anti-tip bracket.
1. Measure 31/2 inches from back wall on right and left
side of cabinet cutout. Mark measurements on floor
and draw a straight line connecting marks.
2. Position anti-tip bracket.
• If range is installed beside cabinet(s), place anti-tip
bracket with back edge on line drawn on floor and
side of bracket against cabinet.
• If range is not installed beside cabinet(s), position
range where it will be installed. Draw a line along
side of range on floor from front to back. Remove
range. Place anti-tip bracket with back edge over
line drawn 31/2 inches from back wall and side of
bracket over line drawn along side of range on floor.
• Anti-tip bracket can be installed on either right or
left side.
Carefully level range using legs provided. Range must be
level to cook and bake uniformly.
• Place a level on top oven rack or on range top when
leveling.
• Leveling legs must extended ¼ inch to engage anti-tip
bracket.
Removal and Replacement of Range
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disconnect power to range.
Slide range forward.
Unplug range cord and place range aside.
Remove anti-tip bracket.
Install anti-tip bracket into new location using
instructions provided with bracket or see Anti-tip
Bracket Installation section in this manual.
6. To reinstall range, follow instructions in Installation
section of this manual.
or
3 1/2"
Anti-tip Bracket Installation
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Operation
Range Features
A
OFF
OVEN
BROIL
WM
CONVECTION
+
TIMER
HRS
+
200
CLEAN
MINS
250
LOCKED
CLOCK
HRS
STANDARD
300
MINS
PREHEATED
F
OFF
LO
HI
MED
B
OVEN LIGHT
E
C
D
A—Convection Fan Switch, Electronic Clock, and Oven Temperature Knob
B—Oven Light Switch and Oven Light Bulb
C—5 Rack Position Oven Cavity, Elements, Convection Fan, and 3 Oven Racks
D—Removable Storage Drawer
E—Removable Oven Door
F—EasyClean™ Smoothtop Cooking Surface and Surface Element Control Knob
Range Features
10
350
550
500 450 400
SURFACE
Oven Cooking Methods
Element and Fan Location
Introduction
This Range provides standard Baking and Broiling,
as well as EvenAir™ Convection Baking and Broiling.
During EvenAir™ Convection Baking and Broiling,
the oven fan in the rear of the oven cavity circulates
air while the oven cooks. The circulating air provides
even browning and faster baking and broiling times.
A
C
B
When the oven is set to standard mode, the
CONVECTION/STANDARD switch next to electronic
range control is pressed towards “STANDARD” and
does not glow. To set oven to EvenAir™ Convection
Cooking, press switch towards “CONVECTION”. The
switch glows and the oven fan operates. When
cooking is complete, press switch towards
“STANDARD” to turn fan off.
A—Upper Element (Broil)
B—Lower Element (Bake)
C—Convection Fan
Bake
Upper and lower elements operate during bake.
Upper element is only used to heat oven quickly and
brown top of food. Bake can be used to reheat or cook
food like casseroles. Oven should be preheated.
Broil
Upper element operates during broil. Broil can be
used to cook thinner foods like chicken breasts or fish
fillets. Preheating is not required when using broil. All
foods should be turned at least once except fish,
which does not need to be turned.
EvenAir™Convection Bake
Upper element, lower element, and fan operate during
convection bake. Upper element is only used to heat
oven quickly and brown top of food. Convection bake
should be used for baking with 1, 2 or 3 racks or
roasting meats. Oven should be preheated for best
results when using convection bake. Pans do not
need to be staggered. Cooks approximately 25%
quicker than bake.
Convection Broil
Upper element and fan operate when using
convection broil. Convection broil should be used to
cook thick foods that are normally broiled. Oven does
not require preheating when using convection broil.
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Cooking with Surface Elements
Preparing to Cook with Smoothtop
Elements
! WARNING
! WARNING
To avoid risk of serious personal injury, property
damage, or fire, do not leave surface elements
unattended while in operation. Grease and spillovers
can ignite causing a fire.
To avoid risk of serious personal injury never cook on
a broken smoothtop cooking surface. Spillovers or
cleaners can penetrate surface and create a risk of
electrical shock. If smoothtop cooking surface breaks,
discontinue use and notify an authorized servicer
immediately.
1. Push in and turn surface element control to desired
setting.
• Element will cycle on and off to maintain desired
heat setting.
• Ranges has an indicator light under electronic
display. After surface element control(s) are turned
off, the surface indicator light will continue to glow
until the surface element(s) have cooled. The
length of time the light remains on will vary.
2. When finished cooking, turn control to OFF position.
• Before cooking on smoothtop, wipe top with cleaner
conditioner. Conditioning smoothtop before use makes
marks and stains easier to remove.
• Use heavy-gauge metal cookware not including cast
iron.
• Bottom of cookware must be flat. Cookware that is
warped or slightly curved on the bottom heats slowly
and may not boil water. Cookware with an aluminum
disk bottom makes excellent contact with cooking
surface. See “Cooking Utensils” section for more
information.
• Smoothtop cooking surface is not “scratch proof”.
Surface is highly scratch and impact resistant. With
recommended cooking utensils and proper care, it will
continue looking good through years of use.
• Do not use glass, glass-ceramic, or enamel-porcelain
cookware. Small imperfections on bottom of such
cookware can scratch smoothtop surface.
OFF
HI
MED
Surface Element Control Knobs
Surface Element Settings
LO —Use to prepare food at less than boiling
temperatures or to simmer.
MED—Use to maintain boiling of larger amounts of food,
low temperature frying and to maintain correct pressure
in a pressure cooker.
HI—Use to bring food to boiling temperatures. When food
is boiling temperature setting should be reduced to LO
through MED.
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Cooking Utensils
Utensil Material Characteristic
• Use proper pan size. Do not use a pan that has a
bottom smaller than element. Do not use utensils that
overhang element by more than 1 inch.
Type
Temperature
Response
Uses
Aluminum
Heats and
cools quickly
Frying, braising,
roasting
Cast Iron
Heats and
cools slowly
Low heat
cooking, frying
Copper Tin
Lined
Heats and
cools quickly
Gourmet
cooking, wine
sauces, egg
dishes
Enamelware
Depends on
base metal
Low heat
cooking
Ceramic (Glass)
Heats and
cools slowly
Low heat
cooking
Stainless Steel
Heats and
cools at
moderate rate
Soups, sauces,
vegetables,
general cooking
Correct Size
More than
1 inch overhang
For best cooking results, use a pan with a flat bottom.
Determine if pan has a flat bottom.
1. Rotate a ruler along bottom of pan. If pan is not flat,
gaps between bottom of pan and edge of ruler occur.
2. A small groove or mark on a pan does not effect
cooking times. However, if a pan has a gap, formed
rings, or an uneven bottom, it does not cook
efficiently and in some cases may not boil liquid.
Utensil Size
• Use care when using glazed cooking utensils. Some
glass, earthenware, or other glazed utensils break due
to sudden temperature changes. Do not use glazed
utensils on smoothtop ranges.
• Select utensils without broken or loose handles.
Handles should not be heavy enough to tilt pan.
• Do not use a wok with a ring stand. Use flat bottom
wok.
Flat Pan Bottom
Woks
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Electronic Oven Control
OFF
OVEN
BROIL
WM
CONVECTION
TIMER
+
+
HRS
MINS
200
CLEAN
250
LOCKED
CLOCK
HRS
STANDARD
300
MINS
PREHEATED
350
550
500 450 400
SURFACE
Electronic Oven Control
Pads and Knobs
Description
TIMER Pad
Selects timer feature. Timer can be set up to 11 hours, 59 minutes. Timer does not control
oven operation. TIMER pad has light that flashes when timer is being set and glows when
timer is counting down. Timer light allows user to identify timer mode quickly and easily.
CLOCK Pad
Pad is pressed to set clock and turn clock display on and off.
HRS Pad
Pads increase or decrease time by hours.
MIN Pad
Pads increase or decrease time by minutes.
Temperature Knob
Controls oven temperature, self-clean, and broil. Push-to-turn knob prevents accidentally
turning oven on.
Panel Lights
Description
OVEN Light
Glows when oven is on. Light flashes after self-clean cycle turns off as a reminder to turn
temperature knob to OFF.
LOCKED Light
Glows when oven door is locked and oven is set for self-cleaning. After self-clean cycle,
light flashes. Unlatch oven door and turn temperature knob to OFF.
PREHEATED
Light
Glows when oven reaches selected temperature. Remains on after reaching temperature.
Time display
Shows the time-of-day and timer minutes.
SURFACE Light
Range has an surface element indicator light under electronic display. After surface
element control(s) are turned off, the surface indicator light will continue to glow until the
surface element(s) have cooled. The length of time the light remains on will vary.
Oven Signals
Description
Pad Signal
When pad is pressed, oven control beeps.
Timer signal
After time elapses, timer beeps approximately once a second until TIMER pad is pressed.
Preheat signal
After selecting a baking temperature, oven preheats. When oven reaches set
temperature, six 1-second signals sound.
Oven Switches
Description
Oven Light
Switch
(Not shown)
Oven light turns on when control panel switch is turned to ON position.
Convection /
Standard Switch
When pushed up towards “CONVECTION”, EvenAir Convection oven fan turns on and
switch glows. When cooking is complete, press switch towards “STANDARD” to turn
fan off. Do not use convection for Self-cleaning or normal baking; push down
towards “STANDARD”.
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Other Features
Adjusting Factory
Set Baking
Temperature
Oven temperature is set at factory. When first using oven, follow recipe times and
temperatures. If you think oven is too hot or too cool, temperature can be adjusted. Before
adjusting oven baking temperature, test a recipe by using a temperature set higher or
lower than the recommended temperature. The baking results should help you to decide
how much adjustment is needed.
1. Turn oven temperature knob to OFF.
2. Press and hold HRS + and HRS - pad for approximately 5 seconds.
• Display shows current offset temperature.
3. Immediately, press either HRS + or HRS - pad.
• HRS + increases oven temperature by 5°F.
• HRS - decreases oven temperature by 5°F.
• Oven temperature can be changed up to 35°F. When temperature is adjusted cooler
“-” shows in display followed by offset temperature.
• After a few seconds control saves setting and returns to previous display.
12-hour automatic
cancel
As a safety feature, oven control automatically shuts off oven after 12 hours of operation.
This feature can be turned on or off.
To allow the oven to operate for more than 12 hours, confirm temperature knob is in OFF
position. Then, press and hold the MINS + and - pads for approximately
4 seconds. Display will change from time-of-day and show “OFF”.
To set oven to shut off after 12 hours, confirm temperature knob is in the OFF position.
Then, press and hold the MINS + and - pads for approximately 4 seconds. Display will
change from time-of-day and show “ON”.
Service codes and
tones
Electronic oven control is equipped with a self diagnostic system. Self diagnostic system
alerts you if there is a error or problem in the control. When electronic range control signals
a problem, follow steps listed below.
1. Record “F-code” shown.
• FFF—control malfunction.
• F2—high oven temperature.
• F3—open temperature sensor or circuit malfunction.
• F4—shorted temperature sensor or circuit malfunction.
2. Disconnect and reconnect electrical supply.
• Disconnecting electrical supply may eliminate “F-code”. If failure continues, contact
an authorized servicer.
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Setting Electronic Clock
Prepare to Bake
Electronic clock has 3 modes—Clock displayed (shows
time-of-day), set clock (flashing), and clock not displayed
(does not show time-of-day). Press CLOCK pad to
advance through modes.
! CAUTION
To reduce risk of food poisoning due to bacterial
growth and production of toxins, never hold meat,
milk, fish or eggs for more than 2 hours before
cooking.
When power is connected or restored, display flashes
until pad is pressed or temperature knob is turned. Reset
clock.
1. Verify display is flashing.
• If display does not flash, press CLOCK pad
repeatedly until display flashes.
2. Press HRS + or - pad to set hours and MINS + or pad to set minutes.
3. Press CLOCK pad to save time-of-day.
• Clock saves time-of-day approximately 60 seconds
after time is entered if CLOCK pad is not pressed.
Remove Items Stored in Oven
Remove any pans and other cooking utensils stored in
oven.
Turning Off/On Clock Display
Press CLOCK pad until display is blank. Clock retains
time while not displayed. To turn on display, press
CLOCK pad until time-of-day displays and is not flashing.
Setting Electronic Timer
The minute timer is a timer only. Electronic timer does not
control bake, broil, or self-clean function. Timer can be set
up to 11 hours and 59 minutes.
1. Press TIMER pad.
2. Press HRS + or - pad to set hours and MINS + or pad to set minutes.
• Timer begins counting down automatically after
time is entered.
• To view clock while timer counts down, press
CLOCK pad. To view timer again, press TIMER pad.
3. Press TIMER pad again to cancel.
• After time elapses, timer beeps approximately once
a second until TIMER pad is pressed.
Remove Items Stored in Oven
Oven Racks
Range includes 3 oven racks. The EvenAir™ convection
baking feature allows you to use all 3 racks
simultaneously while providing even browning and faster
baking times. See “Convection Pan Placement” section.
Oven Rack Placement
Position oven rack before turning oven on.
! WARNING
Resetting and Canceling Timer
To reset or cancel timer, display must show remaining
time. If display does not show remaining time, press
TIMER pad.
To avoid damaging oven liner or creating fire, do not
line oven bottom or oven racks with foil.
1. Pull rack forward to stop position.
2. Raise front edge of rack and pull until rack is out of
oven.
3. Place rack in new rack position.
• Curved edge of rack must be toward rear of oven.
To reset the time when remaining time is displayed, press
the HRS + or - pad to set hours and MINS + or - pad to
set minutes until new time displays.
To cancel timer when remaining time is displayed or
signal after time elapses, press TIMER pad.
Oven Rack Placement
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3. Place food in oven.
4. After cooking time elapses, remove food and turn
oven temperature knob to OFF.
• Press CONVECTION/STANDARD switch towards
STANDARD when baking is finished. Switch stops
glowing.
Bake Pan Placement
• Keep pans and baking sheets 2 inches from oven walls.
• Stagger pans placed on different racks so one is not
directly over the other.
OFF
OVEN
BROIL
WM
200
CLEAN
250
LOCKED
Pan Placement
300
Convection Pan Placement
Baking pans and cookie sheets should not touch side or
rear walls of oven. If pans are placed on different racks,
they can be placed directly over each other. Convection
cooking circulates air around oven providing even
browning on all rack positions. When using convection,
oven can be loaded on all racks with excellent cooking
results.
PREHEATED
350
550
500 450 400
Temperature Knob
Broiling or Convection Broiling
Broiling system generates immediate, intense heat using
a special reflector. This reflector focuses heat directly on
the food; searing in natural juices and providing restaurant
quality, charbroiled flavor.
! WARNING
To avoid risk of fire, do not line the broiler grid with foil.
• Foil may trap grease on top of grid close to burner
causing a fire.
• Never leave oven unattended while broiling.
Overcooking may result in a fire.
Convection Pan Placement
Baking or Convection Baking
Open oven door to confirm nothing is stored in oven cavity
and set racks to proper height before baking. For delicate
baking, preheat approximately 15–20 minutes before
placing food inside oven.
1. To preheat oven, turn oven temperature knob to
desired temperature.
• Set oven temperature from 170°F to 550°F.
• Oven indicator light glows if knob is set to any
position but OFF.
• When oven reaches desired temperature,
PREHEATED light glows and oven beeps 6 times.
2. If desired press CONVECTION/STANDARD switch
towards CONVECTION for convection cooking.
Switch glows in convection mode.
Broiling Tips
• Remove excess fat from meat before broiling. Cut
edges of meat to prevent curling.
• Place food on a cold ungreased broiling pan. If pan is
hot, food sticks.
• All food except fish should be turned at least one time.
Begin broiling with skin side down.
• Season meat after it has browned.
• Broiling does not require preheating.
• Begin cooking using suggested rack levels in Broiling
Guide section to test broiler results. If food is not brown
enough, cook on a higher rack position. If food is too
brown, cook on a lower rack position.
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Broiling or Convection Broiling
1. Center food on broiling grid and pan, and place on
rack in oven.
• Oven door can be opened to first stop when
broiling. During Convection Broiling, close oven
door.
2. Turn oven temperature knob to BROIL.
• Oven indicator light glows.
3. If desired , press CONVECTION/STANDARD switch
towards CONVECTION for convection cooking.
Switch glows in convection mode.
4. After broiling, remove food and turn oven temperature
knob to OFF.
• Press CONVECTION/STANDARD switch towards
STANDARD when baking is finished. Switch stops
glowing.
Self-cleaning
1. Prepare oven for self-cleaning.
• Remove oven racks and all cooking utensils from
oven.
• Clean excess spills from oven interior.
• Remove items from rangetop and backguard. These
areas can become hot during self-cleaning cycle.
2. With oven door closed, move oven door lever located
above oven door to right to lock oven door.
• If oven is too hot before starting self-clean cycle,
oven lever will not move to locked position. Allow
oven to cool before starting cycle.
Important
Do not force lock lever.
Unlock
A
Lock
B
Oven Door Lever
3. Turn oven temperature knob to CLEAN position.
• If oven temperature knob is set before oven door
lever is moved, LOCKED light flashes. Move oven
door lever to locked position.
• LOCKED and OVEN indicator lights glow.
• Self-clean cycle lasts for approximately 4 hours.
After self-clean cycle, OVEN and LOCKED lights
flash. Turn temperature knob to OFF position and
move oven door lever to unlocked position.
A—Broiler Grid
B—Broiler Pan
Broiler Pan and Grid
Self-Cleaning
! WARNING
Interrupt Self-Clean Cycle
1. Turn oven temperature knob to OFF position.
2. When oven has cooled to a safe temperature,
LOCKED light flashes. Door can be unlocked and
opened.
• Do not force door lever open. If door lever is forced,
lock can be damaged.
To avoid risk of personal injury, do not touch oven
vents or areas around vents during self-cleaning.
These areas can become hot enough to cause burns.
To avoid risk of smoke damage or fire, clean excess
spills from oven interior.
After Self-cleaning Cycle
Turn oven temperature knob to OFF position when
finished. After oven has cooled LOCKED light flashes.
Door can be unlocked and opened.
Prepare for Self-clean Cycle
• A small amount of smoke is normal when cleaning.
Excess smoke may indicate a faulty gasket or too
much food residue has been left in oven. Move birds and
small animals susceptible to fumes or smoke to
another room.
• Oven should be cleaned before it gets too dirty. Wipe up
large spills before self-cleaning.
• Do not use cleaning cycle if oven light cover is not
properly in place.
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Cooking Guide
Baking Guide
Follow these recommendations only as a guide for times and temperatures. Times, rack position, and temperatures
may vary depending on conditions and food type. For best results, always check food at minimum time.
Food
Oven Temperature
(°Fahrenheit)
Cooking Time
(Minutes)
Angel Food Cake
350
28–50
Biscuits
350–375
8–16
Muffins
375–400
17–23
Cookies
325–350
7–18
Cupcakes
325–375
15–20
Brownies
325–350
25–35
Layer Cakes
325–350
20–30
Pound Cake
325
40–60
Fresh Pies
375–425
35–50
Nut Bread
350
45–55
Poultry Roasting Guide
Follow these recommendations only as a guide for times and temperatures. Times, rack position, and temperatures
may vary depending on conditions and food type. For best results, always check food at minimum time.
Food
Oven temperature
(°Fahrenheit)
Cooking time
(Hours)
Whole Chicken (4 lbs to 5 lbs)
375
1½–1¾
Whole Chicken (Over 5 lbs)
375
1¾–2
Turkey (6 lbs to 8 lbs)
325
3½–4
Turkey (8 lbs to 12 lbs)
325
4–4½
Turkey (12 lbs to 16 lbs)
325
5½
Turkey (16 lbs to 20 lbs)
325
5½–7
Turkey (20 lbs to 22 lbs)
325
7–8½
Duck (3 lbs to 5 lbs)
325
1½–2
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Beef and Pork Roasting Guide
Follow these recommendations only as a guide for times and temperatures. Times, rack position, and temperatures
may vary depending on conditions and food type. For best results, always check food at minimum time.
Food
Oven Temperature
(°Fahrenheit)
Cooking time
(Minutes per pound)
Beef Roast (Rare)
325
20–25
Beef Roast (Medium)
325
26–30
Beef Roast (Well)
325
33–35
Rolled Roast (Rare)
325
32–36
Rolled Roast (Medium)
325
36–40
Rolled Roast (Well)
325
43–45
Fresh Whole Ham
325
22–28
Pork Loin
325
35–40
Pork Shoulder, Butt
325
40–45
Pork Picnic Shoulder
325
35–40
Mild Cured Ham Picnic, Shoulder
350
30–35
Broiling Guide
Follow these recommendations only as a guide for times and temperatures. Times, rack position, and temperatures
may vary depending on conditions and food type. For best results, always check food at minimum time.
Food
Thickness
(Doneness)
Rack position
(1=Highest 5=Lowest)
Cooking time
(Minutes)
Beef Steak
1" (med.)
3
14–16
Beef Steak
1" (well)
3
23
Beef Steak
1½" (med.)
3
23–28
Beef Steak
1½" (well)
3
33
Beef ground
(¾"–1")
4
12–17
4
15–20
Fish Fillets and Steaks
Pork Chops or Steak
1"
3
15–16
Pork Chops or Steak
1½"
3
23–28
4
12–17
Bacon
Ham Slice (pre-cooked)
½"
3
20–25
Ham Slice (pre-cooked)
1"
3
25–30
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Convection Baking Guide
Follow these recommendations only as a guide for times and temperatures. Times, rack position, and temperatures
may vary depending on conditions and food type. For best results, always check food at minimum time.
Food
Oven Temperature
Cooking Time
(º Fahrenheit)
(Minutes)
Angel food cake
325
28–40
Biscuits
350–375
8–16
Muffins
375–400
15–23
Cookies
325–350
7–18
Cupcakes
325–375
15–20
Brownies
325–350
25–35
Layer cakes
325–350
20–30
Pound cake
325
40–60
Fresh pies
375–425
35–50
Nut Bread
350
45–55
Convection Broiling Guide
Follow these recommendations only as a guide for times and temperatures. Times, rack position, and temperatures
may vary depending on conditions and food type. For best results, always check food at minimum time.
Food
Thickness
Rack position
Cooking time
(doneness)
(1=highest 5=lowest)
(Minutes)
Beef ground
¾"–1"
4
9–15
Beef steaks
1" (med)
3
9–15
Beef steaks
1" (well)
3
16–18
Beef steaks
1½"(med)
3
18–20
Beef steaks
1½"(well)
3
20–25
4
10–16
Fish fillets and steaks
Pork chops or steaks
1"
3
12–14
Pork chops or steaks
1½"
3
15–20
4
7–9
Bacon
Ham slices (precooked)
½"
3
10–15
Ham slices (precooked)
1"
3
15–18
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Convection Poultry Roasting Guide
Follow these recommendations only as a guide for times and temperatures. Times, rack position, and temperatures
may vary depending on conditions and food type. For best results, always check food at minimum time.
Food
Oven temperature (°Fahrenheit)
Cooking time
(Hours)
Whole chicken (4 lbs to 5 lbs)
325
1½– 2
Whole chicken (Over 5 lbs)
325
2–2½
Turkey (6 lbs to 8 lbs
275
3–3½
Turkey (8 lbs to 12 lbs
275
3½–4½
Turkey (12 lbs to 16 lbs)
275
4½–5½
Turkey (16 lbs to 20 lbs)
275
5–7
Turkey (20 lbs to 22 lbs)
275
7–8
Duck (3 lbs to 5 lbs)
275
1–1½
Goose (6 lbs to 8 lbs)
275
1–1½
Convection Beef and Pork Roasting Guide
Follow these recommendations only as a guide for times and temperatures. Times, rack position, and temperatures
may vary depending on conditions and food type. For best results, always check food at minimum time.
Food
Oven temperature
Cooking time
(°Fahrenheit)
(Minutes per pound)
Beef roast (rare)
275
15–20
Beef roast (medium)
275
25–30
Beef roast (well)
275
35–45
Rolled roast (rare)
275
20–25
Rolled roast (medium)
275
25–35
Rolled roast (well)
275
35–45
Fresh whole ham
275
20–25
Pork loin
275
30–35
Pork shoulder, butt
275
35–40
Pork picnic shoulder
275
30–35
Mild cured ham picnic shoulder
275
20–35
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Care and Cleaning
Removing Oven Door
Replacing Oven Light
! CAUTION
! WARNING
To avoid personal injury or property damage, handle
oven door with care.
• Door is heavy and can be damaged if dropped.
• Avoid placing hands in hinge area when door is
removed. Hinge can snap closed and pinch hands.
• Do not scratch or chip glass, or twist door.
Glass may break suddenly.
• Replace door glass if damaged.
• Do not lift door by handle.
To avoid risk of burns or electrical shock, disconnect
electrical supply to oven before changing light bulb.
• Before replacing light bulb make sure bulb is cool.
• Do not operate oven without bulb and cover in
place.
! CAUTION
Wear gloves to protect hands from accidental bulb
breakage.
1. Open door fully.
2. Remove screws.
• Oven doors are attached with a screw on each side
of lower oven door.
3. Close door to first stop, grasp door firmly on each
side, and lift upward until door is off hinges.
• Do not lift door by handle. Glass can break.
• Only push hinges closed once oven door is
removed if necessary. Use both hands when
closing hinge. Hinge snaps closed.
1. Disconnect electrical supply.
2. Remove oven door if desired.
3. Unscrew light bulb cover located in rear of oven
cavity. Then turn light bulb counterclockwise to
remove.
4. Replace light bulb with 120-volt, 40-watt appliance
bulb.
• Do not overtighten bulb or it may be difficult to
remove later.
5. Replace light bulb cover and oven door before use.
6. Reconnect power supply.
Removing Oven Door
Removing Storage Drawer
1. Slide drawer out until it stops.
2. Grasp drawer sides near back of drawer.
3. Lift up and out. Reverse to reinstall.
Removing Storage Drawer
Replacing Oven Light Bulb
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Cleaning
Part
Materials to Use
Bake and broil
element
General Directions
Do not clean bake element or broil element. Any soil will burn
off when element is heated. Bake element is hinged and can
be lifted to clean oven bottom.
Broiler pan and
grid
Soap and a nonabrasive
plastic scouring pad
Drain fat, cool pan and grid slightly. (Do not let soiled pan and
grid stand in oven to cool.) Sprinkle with soap. Fill the pan with
warm water. Let pan and grid stand for a few minutes. Wash
or scour if necessary. Rinse and dry. The broiler pan and grid
may also be cleaned in the dishwasher.
Control knobs
Mild soap and water
Pull off knobs. Wash gently but do not soak. Dry and return
controls to oven, making sure to match flat area on the knob to
the flat area on shaft.
Smoothtop
Soap and water or
smoothtop cleaner
conditioner
Allow top to cool before cleaning. Wash surface with a
dampened cloth and soapy water. For extra dried on soil,
scrub surface with smoothtop cleaner conditioner available
from an Amana Dealer. A single edge razor blade can be used
to scrape off dried on soil. Do not use a harsh cleanser or steel
wool pad. Metal markings should be cleaned after each use. If
metal markings are allowed to remain on the top they will
become increasingly difficult to remove.
Inside oven door
Soap and water
Clean the outside of the door and the window area with warm
soapy water. Do not clean the oven door gasket. Gasket
should not be moved while cleaning. Avoid getting any
cleaning materials on gasket.
Outside finish
and backguard
Soap and water
Wash all glass with cloth dampened in soapy water. Rinse and
polish with a dry cloth. If knobs are removed, do not allow
water to run down inside surface while cleaning.
Oven interior
surfaces
Soap and water
Cool before cleaning. Frequent wiping with mild soap and
water prolongs time between self-cleanings. Be sure to rinse
thoroughly.
Oven racks and
storage drawer
Soap and water
For heavy soil, clean by hand and rinse thoroughly. Remove
the drawer and racks for ease in cleaning. Be sure drawer is
dry before replacing.
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Cleaning Smoothtop Rangetop
Problem
Brown streaks
and specks
Cause
Cleaning with a sponge or
cloth containing soiled
detergent water.
To Prevent
Use smoothtop cleaner
conditioner with clean damp
paper towel.
Blackened,
burned-on spots
Spatters or spillovers
landing on a hot cooking
area or accidental melting of
plastic like a bread bag.
Wipe all spillovers when it is
safe to touch cooking
surface. Do not place plastic
items on warm cooking
area.
Fine brown gray
lines or fine
scratches or
abrasions which
have collected
soil
Course particles, like salt,
become embedded in top if
trapped under pan. Using
abrasive cleaning materials.
Scratches from rough
ceramic, glass or ceramiccoated cookware.
Using too much smoothtop
cleaner conditioner or using
a soiled dish cloth.
Wipe bottom of cookware
before cooking. Clean top
daily with smoothtop cleaner
conditioner with clean damp
paper towel. Do not use
ceramic or ceramic-coated
cookware.
Use small amounts of
smoothtop cleaner
conditioner. Rinse area
thoroughly before drying.
Use only clean damp paper
towel, nonabrasive nylon
pad, or scouring brush.
Do not slide metal objects
across top.
Smearing or
streaking
Metal or
silver/gray
marks
Sliding or scraping metal
utensils across top.
Pitting or flaking
Boilovers of sugar syrup on
a hot rangetop can cause
pitting if not removed
immediately.
Watch sugar and syrups
carefully to avoid boilovers.
Hard water
spots
Condensation from cooking
can cause minerals found in
water and acids in food to
drip onto rangetop and
cause gray deposits. Spots
are often so thin they appear
to be in or under rangetop.
Make sure bottom of
cookware is dry before
cooking. Daily use of
smoothtop cleaner
conditioner helps keep top
free of hard water, mineral
deposits and food
discoloration.
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To Remove
Use light application of
smoothtop cleaner
conditioner with clean damp
paper towel.
Clean area with smoothtop
cleaner conditioner with
clean damp paper towel,
nonabrasive nylon pad, or
scouring brush.
If spot is not removed, allow
cooktop to cool and carefully
scrape area with a safety
scraper held at a 30 degree
angle.
Fine scratches are not
removable but can be
minimized by daily use of
smoothtop cleaner
conditioner.
Remove marks before top is
used again. After top cools,
clean marks with smoothtop
cleaner conditioner with
clean damp paper towel,
nonabrasive nylon pad, or
scouring brush. Rinse
thoroughly and dry.
Turn control to LO setting.
Using several paper towels.
Allow top to cool and
carefully scrape area with a
single edge razor blade held
at a 30 degree angle.
Mix smoothtop cleaner
conditioner with water and
apply thick paste to stained
area. Scrub vigorously. If
stain is not removed, reapply
cleaner and repeat process.
Also try cleaning process for
“Smearing and streaking”.
Before Calling for Service
Problem
Check
Oven light does not work.
Check for loose bulb. Check for burned out bulb; replace with
40-watt appliance bulb.
Oven does not heat.
Confirm range is plugged in.
If both oven and surface elements do not heat, check circuit
breaker. Check control for proper setting.
Oven door will not open.
Wait for oven to cool. Door latch will release automatically after
oven cools. Do not force lock lever.
Oven temperature is not accurate.
Store purchased oven thermometers do not measure oven
temperature accurately. An accurate digital thermometer is
necessary to calibrate oven.
Check for blocked heat vents.
Aluminum foil alters oven temperature.
Change oven temperature through oven control.
See “Adjusting Factory Set Baking Temperature” in “Oven
Control” section.
Oven element cycles on and off.
This condition is normal when baking or roasting. To maintain
a temperature for baking, oven cycles on and off.
The oven smokes the first few times it is
turned on.
Minor smoking is normal first few times oven is used.
Odor or smoke while self-cleaning the oven.
There may be some smoke and odor during the first few
cleaning cycles. If there is excessive smoke or odor, too much
soil remains in the bottom of the oven. If the oven smokes
excessively, turn off the oven, wait for oven to cool and wipe
away excess soil.
Reset the clean cycle.
Smoothtop element cycles on and off.
Normal condition.
Rangetop is warm during use .
Normal condition.
Food cooks slowly or will not maintain
constant boil.
Improper cookware causes poor cooking results. Pan bottoms
must be flat. Pans should be made of heavy material and be
same diameter as surface element. See “ Cooking Utensils”
section.
Indicator light remains on after smoothtop
surface element is turned off.
This is normal. Indicator light(s) will remain on until range
surface cools.
Locked light flashes.
Thermostat knob is set to clean before oven door latch is
moved to locked position.
Lock lever is moved to the right while baking. Move lever to left
and resume baking.
OVEN and LOCKED light flash.
Self-cleaning is finished. Turn thermostat knob to OFF.
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COOKING PRODUCTS (excluding wall ovens)
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
LIMITED SECOND YEAR WARRANTY ON ALL PARTS
LIMITED THIRD THRU FIFTH YEAR WARRANTY ON GLASS/CERAMIC TOP,
ELECTRIC SURFACE ELEMENTS, OR GAS SURFACE BURNERS
FIRST YEAR
Amana Appliances will repair or replace, including related labor and travel, any part (f.o.b. Amana, Iowa) which proves to be
defective as to workmanship or materials.
SECOND YEAR
Amana Appliances will provide replacement part, part only (f.o.b. Amana, Iowa), which proves defective as to workmanship or
materials.
THIRD THRU FIFTH YEAR
Amana Appliances will provide replacement glass/ceramic cooktop, part only (f.o.b. Amana, Iowa), which proves defective as to
workmanship or materials.
THIRD THRU FIFTH YEAR
Amana Appliances will provide replacement electric surface elements or gas surface burners, part only (f.o.b. Amana, Iowa),
which proves defective as to workmanship or materials.
OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provide any defective part to an authorized Amana
servicer.
• Provide proof of purchase.
• Provide normal care and maintenance, including cleaning as
instructed in owner's manual.
• Replace owner replaceable items where directions appear
in the owner's manual.
• Make product accessible for service.
• Pay for premium service costs for service outside
servicer's normal business hours.
• Pay for service calls related to product installation and
customer education.
• Pay for servicer’s labor and travel expenses under limited
warranty provisions.
ITEMS NOT COVERED:
• Normal product maintenance and cleaning.
• Light bulbs.
• Damages which occur in shipment and installation.
• General rebuilding or refurbishing that is not a legitimate
warranty repair.
• Failures caused by:
- Unauthorized service.
- Grease or other material buildup due to improper
cleaning or maintenance.
- Accidental or intentional damage.
- Connection to an improper gas or power supply.
- Acts of God.
- Use of improper pans, containers, or accessories that
cause damage to the product.
WARRANTY LIMITATIONS:
• Begins at date of original purchase.
• Product used on a commercial, rental, or leased basis are
not covered by this warranty.
• Applies to product used within the United States or in
Canada if product has appropriate agency listing when
shipped from the factory.
• Service must be performed by an authorized Amana
servicer.
• Adjustments covered during first year only.
WARRANTY IS VOID IF:
• Serial plate is defaced.
• Product is altered by user.
• Product is not installed or used according to
manufacturer's instructions.
IN NO EVENT SHALL AMANA APPLIANCES BE LIABLE
FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES*
*This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may
have others which vary from state to state. For example,
some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages so this exclusion may
not apply to you.
For answers to questions regarding the above or to locate
an authorized Amana® servicer, contact:
Amana Appliances
2800 220th Trail
Amana, Iowa 52204
USA
1-800-843-0304 inside U.S.A.
1-319-622-5511 outside U.S.A.
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Quick Reference Instructions
Read Important Safety Instructions before using Quick
Reference Instructions. If there are unanswered questions,
see detailed sections of this manual.
Setting Electronic Clock
1. Verify display is flashing.
2. Press HRS + or - pad to set hours and MINS + or pad to set minutes.
3. Press CLOCK pad to save time-of-day.
Turning Off/On Clock Display
Press CLOCK pad until display is blank. Clock retains
time while not displayed. To turn on display, press CLOCK
pad until time-of-day displays and is not flashing.
Setting Electronic Timer
1. Press TIMER pad.
2. Press HRS + or - pad to set hours and MINS + or pad to set minutes.
3. Press TIMER pad again to cancel.
Resetting and Canceling Timer
To reset time when remaining time is displayed, press the
HRS + or - pad to set hours and MINS + or - pad to set
minutes until new time displays.
To cancel timer when remaining time is displayed or
signal after time elapses, press TIMER pad.
Automatic Oven Shut-off
As a safety feature, oven control automatically shuts off
oven after 12 hours of operation. This feature can be
turned on or off.
To allow oven to operate for more than 12 hours, confirm
temperature knob is in OFF position. Then, press and
hold the MINS + and - pads for approximately
4 seconds. Display will change from time-of-day and show
“OFF”.
To set oven to shut off after 12 hours, confirm temperature
knob is in the OFF position. Then, press and hold the
MINS + and - pads for approximately 4 seconds. Display
will change from time-of-day and show “ON”.
Operating Surface Burners
1. Push in and turn control knob counterclockwise to
LITE position.
• Burner should ignite within 4 seconds.
2. After gas ignites, turn control to desired setting.
3. Turn control knob to OFF position when finished
cooking.
Baking
1. Open oven door to confirm nothing is stored in oven
cavity and set racks to proper height.
2. To preheat oven, turn oven temperature knob to
desired temperature.
3. Place food in oven.
4. After cooking time elapses, remove food and turn
oven temperature knob to OFF.
Adjusting Factory Set Baking Temperature
1. Turn oven temperature knob to OFF.
2. Press and hold HRS + and HRS - pad for
approximately 5 seconds.
3. Immediately, press either Press HRS + or HRS - pad.
• HRS + increases oven temperature by 5°F.
• HRS - decreases oven temperature by 5°F.
Broiling
1. Center food on broiling grid and pan, and place in
oven.
• Oven door should be closed.
2. Turn oven temperature knob to BROIL.
3. After broiling, remove food and turn oven temperature
knob to OFF.
Self-Cleaning
1. Prepare oven for self-cleaning.
2. With oven door closed, move oven door lever located
above oven door to right to lock oven door.
3. Turn oven temperature knob to CLEAN position.
Interrupt Self-Clean Cycle
1. Turn oven temperature knob to OFF position.
2. When oven has cooled to a safe temperature,
LOCKED light flashes. Door can be unlocked and
opened.
• Do not force door lever open. If door lever is forced,
lock can be damaged.
After Self-cleaning Cycle
Turn oven temperature knob to OFF position when
finished. After oven has cooled LOCKED light flashes.
Door can be unlocked and opened.
1999 Amana Appliances
Amana, Iowa 52204
Part No. 36-31900001-0
Printed in U.S.A. 3/99
www.amana.com
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