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Use and Care Manual
30" Expressions ®
Convection Wall Oven
Models W30_OO, WM30460_WW30430
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MODEL WW30430
For Microwave Oven, refer to Use and Ca_e Manual packed in Microwave Oven.

Summary of Contents

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    mmmLIENN-AIR Use and Care Manual 30" Expressions ® Convection Wall Oven Models W30_OO, WM30460_WW30430 _OlO_ ww _ ... 2..2,.: ... -..,.,.,._._ ... =================================== MODEL WW30430 For Microwave Oven, refer to Use and Ca_e Manual packed in Microwave Oven.

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    Should you have any questions about using your Jenn-Air oven, write to us. Be sure to provide the model number.

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    Baking Baking Chart ... 15 Causes of Cake Failure ... 16 Convect Baking ... 15-17 Convect Cooking on Multiple Racks ... 17 General Recommendations ... 14 Before You Call For Service ... 35-36 Broiling Broiling ... 26 Broiling Tips ... 27 Broiling Chart ...

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    Baking Baking Chart ... 15 Causes of Cake Failure ... 16 Convect Baking ... 15-17 Convect Cooking on Multiple Racks ... 17 General Recommendations ... 14 Before You Call For Service ... 35-36 Broiling Broiling ... 26 Broiling Tips ... 27 Broiling Chart ...

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    Read before operating your oven All appliances - regardless of the manufacturer - have the potential through improper or careless use to create safety problems. Therefore the following safety precautions should be observed: Be sure your appliance is properly installed and grounded by a qualified technician.

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    The control panel is designed for ease in programming. Indicator Words which will flash to prompt you for the next step. To program 1. Touch the function pad to give command 2. Touch the appropriate number pads to enter time or temperature. Note: Five seconds...

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    Number Pads Useto settime or temperature. Oven Light Pad (Control Panel) Theovenlightautomaticallycomeson wheneverthe ovendoorJeopened.When dooris closed,touch the Oven Light Pad to turn oven lighton or off. Note: A beep will sound every time the Oven Light Pad is touched. Display Window Showstimeofday, timer, andoven functions.

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    To set oven on Bake or Convect Bake or Convect Roast 1. Place oven racks on properrack positions.(See page 9.) 2. Touch Bake Pad or Convect Bake Pad or Convect Roast Pad, IndicatorWords BAKE or CONV BAKE or CONV ROAST will flash and three dashes will be shown.

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    The rack positions noted are generally recommendedfor the best browningresults and most efficient cooking times. For many food items, excellent results can be achieved whenusingoneofseveraldifferentrackpositions. Referto bakingand roastingsections for recommendationsfor specific foods. Different Racks Two flat racksand one offset rack were packagedwith your oven. The useof the offset rack is denoted in the list below and the charts as an "o"...

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    When electrical power is supplied or after power interruption, the last clock time displayed before power was interrupted will flash. Time will advance and continue to flash until clock is reset. BASI_ INS_UCTiONS 12;To_haP_PNate:: To setTime ofDay I,Touch ClockPad. Indicatorword TIME will flash and time digits will appear in the Display. (If more than five seconds elapse between touching Clock Pad and touching a number pad, the Clock Pad must be touched again in order to set clock.) 2.

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    Important: This interval Timer can be used to remind you when a period, up to 11 hours and 55 minutes, expires. It can be used independentlyof any other oven activity and can be set while another oven function is operating. The Timer does net control the oven.

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    mit steps 5 you want baki gto sta_ immediatl ,lyl ..To set oven to start immediately and shut off automatically 1. Touch Bake Pad or Convect Bake Pad or Convect Roast Pad. Indicator Words BAKE or CONV BAKE or CONV ROAST will flash andthree dashes will be shown.

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    To set oven to start at future time and shut off automatically 1-4. FollowprecedingSteps1-4, on page 12. TouchStop Time Pad. IndicatorWords STOP and TIME will flash, Display will show the calculated stop time basedon current time of day and cook time. Note WW30430Owners: The appropriateletter (U - upper oven;...

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    • When cooking foods for the first time in your new oven, use recipe cooking times and temperatures as a guide. • Use tested recipes from reliable sources. • Preheat the oven only when necessary. For baked foods that rise and for richer browning, a preheated oven is better.

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    t Baking Chart I Note: For Conventional Bake use the Bake Pad. , <I:I_i!AA ii_ii_:_ii?i _i _ i _i?i_i _;i _!_!i_i i i_Z';!ili ;2_: _._¢._ _... * An "o" after a rack number impliesthat the offset rack should be used. ** The times given are based on specific brands of mixes or recipes tested.

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    • Use convection baking for breads, cakes, cookies, and pies. • As a general rule, when using recipes or prepared conventional bake oven, set the oven temperature 25°F }ower than the recipe recommended temperature. Times will be similar to or a few minutes }ess than recipe recommended times.

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    Forbest results,bakefoods on onerack at a time as describedin this manual. However, very good results can be obtained when baking quantities of foods on multiple racks. Quantity cooking provides both time and energy savings. Convect Bake is suggested for most multiple rack cooking, especially three rack cooking, becausethe circulatingheatedair resultsin more evenbrowning.

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    • Preheating is not necessary. • For open pan roasting,place meat or poultry on the slotted portionof the two-piece pan includedwith the oven. Do not add water to the pan. Use open pan roasting for tender cuts of meat. Less tender cuts of meat need to be cooked by moist heat in a covered pan.

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    Chart time is based on thawed meats only. For Conventional Roasting use the Bake Pad. 4,p,,,. v_y and W_¢. • cutofM_l " BEEF RibRoast 4 to8 : 325° Rib EyeRoast 4 to6 TendedoinRoast 2 to3 _ 4000 _ 145o(rare) Eyeof RoundRoast .4 to5 I TopLoinRoast 3 to6 {...

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    Roastingtimes will vary due to factors such as coldnessof meat,size, quality, or cut. In general, roasting times for frozen to finish in the convection oven will be approximately the same as fresh to finish in a conventional bake oven.

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    • Use the Convect Roast Pad for best results. • Preheating the oven is not necessary. • Follow package recommendationsfor oven temperature, foil covering and use of cookie sheets. Cooking times will be similar. See chart belowfor some exceptions and examples. •...

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    t steps 6-9 i sh to start cooking 1. Insert the probe into the food item. For meats, the probetip should be located in the center of the thickest part of the meat and not in fat or touching a bone. Place the food in the oven using the rack TO set probe feature...

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    Fifteen secondslater, the Displaywill return to current time of day and the Indicator Word TIMED will appear in the Display. 8. Touch Stop Time Pad. Indicator Words STOP TIME will flash. Display will show the calculated stop time based on current time of day and cook time. Note"...

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    5. Touch Cancel Off Pad to turn off oven when food is cooked. NOTE: A fan comeson during the BROILcycle. If it does not,the ovenbroil element will cycle on and off. If the fan does not operate, contact your authorized Jenn-Air Service Contractor for repair. _ROIL...

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    Fifteen secondslater, the Displaywill return to current time of day and the Indicator Word TIMED will appear in the Display. 8. Touch Stop Time Pad. Indicator Words STOP TIME will flash. Display will show the calculated stop time based on current time of day and cook time. Note"...

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    5. Touch Cancel Off Pad to turn off oven when food is cooked. NOTE: A fan comeson during the BROILcycle. If it does not,the ovenbroil element will cycle on and off. If the fan does not operate, contact your authorized Jenn-Air Service Contractor for repair. _ROIL...

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    • Tender cuts of meat or marinated meats are best for broiling. This includes rib and loin cuts of steak, ground beef, ham steaks, poultry pieces or fish. For best results, steaks should be at least 1" thick. Thinner steaks should be pan-broiled. •...

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    Whenthe ovencontrolsare set to CLEAN,the oven heatsto temperaturesthat are higher than those used for cooking. The high temperatures cause food soil to burn off and substantiallydisappear. While this occurs, a device in the oven vent helpsto consume normalamountsefsmoke, The ovenisventedthroughan openingunderthecontrolpanel. Note WW30430Owners: Both ovens cannot be self-cleanedat the same time.

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    I The oven rackscan becleaned inthe oven. However, t he oven rackswill discolor, loseshininess, a nd becomedifficult t o slidein and out if leftin the ovenduring the cleaningprocess. REMOVE RACKS FROM OVEN IF THIS DISCOLORATION WILL BE OBJECTIONABLE.As a suggestion, d o notleavethe racksin the oven duringthe self-cleaning processif they do not need to be cleanedsincethey will discolorto a dullsilver after one cleaning.Moderatelysoiledracks can be cleaned witha soapyS,O,S.

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    To set oven to start cleaning at a later time 1-3. Follow Steps 1-3 in previous section on page 29. 4. Touch Stop Time Pad. Indicator Words STOP TIME will flash in the Disp;ay. The Indicator Word CLEAN and the calculated stop time will also appear in Display. Note WW30430 Owners: The appropriate letter (U-upper oven;...

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    If the fan does not operate, contact your authorized Jenn-Air Service Contractor for service. • A slight odor may be detected, and if an oven is heavily soiled, some smoke may be visible.

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    • If racks have been left in oven during the cleaning process, they should be treated as follows. After the cleaning process is completed and the oven has cooled, buff the underside of rack edges with Scotch-Brite underside of rack edges with a coating of vegetable oil. Use a light application of oil so it does not soil the oven.

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    Rinseanddry. Stubbornsoilsmay be removed witha damp Scotch-Britepad; rub evenly with the grain. Rinseand dry. To restorelusterand remove streaks, follow with Stainless Steel Magic Spray (Jenn-Air Model A912, Part No. 2OOOO0O8). Discoloration - Using a damp sponge or soft cloth, wipe with Cameo StainlessSteel Cleaner.

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    The oven temperature can be adjusted if all oven temperatures are too low or too high and the length of time to cook ALL foods is too long or too short. De NOT adjust the temperature if only one or two items are not baking properly. To adjust 1.

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    Checkthe following list to be sure a service call is really necessary. A quick reference of this manual may prevent an unneeded service call. If nothing on the oven operates: Q check for a blown circuit fuse or a tripped main circuit breaker. •...

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    Fault codes are shown in the Display as "F" and a number. If a fault code appears in the Display and a continuous beep sounds, touch the Cancel Off Pad. If the fault code reappears, disconnect power to the oven and call an authorized Jenn-Air Service Contractor.

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