Appliances which require electrical power are equipped
with a three prong grounding
plug which must be
plugged direetly into a properly grounded three-hole
120 volt electrical outlet.
If an ungrounded,
type electrical outlet
the Oven Thermostat
After using your oven the first few times, it may seem
than your previous
thermostats, over a period of years, may drift from the
factor- setting and timing differences of 5 to 10 minutes
are not unusual between an old and a new oven.
inn phlg is provided
Ifvou think the oven should be hotter or cooler, you can
hazards. Do not cut or remove
the third grounding
ad)nst it. To decide how ranch to change the thermostat,
prong from the power cord plug.
set the oven temperature
25°F higher or lower than the
in your recipe, then bake. The results of
the "test" should indicate how irlueh the thermostat
shonld be adjusted.
The WARM setting should produce a stable flame when
turning the knob from HIGH to WARM. The flame
should be 1/s inch or lower and must be stable on all
To adjust the thermostat:
1. Press the OVEN TEMP pad.
for about 5
'2. Press the • pad and select an oven temperature
cap. Turn knob back to
between 500°F and 550°F.
VVARM; relnove knob, and insert a slnall screwdriver
into the center of the valve stem. Adjust flame size by
3. Press and hold the OVEN TEMP pad for about fern
screw in either direction.
to the oven
must be of sufficient
size to be stable on all burner
acljustment display which reads 00 °.
ports. If flame adjustment
is needed, adjust ONLY on
4. The oven thermostat
eau be adjusted up to +35°F
the WARM setting. Never adjnst flame size on a higher
hotter or -35°F cooler. Use the • or • pad to select
the desired change in the displa}_
5. When you have made the adjustment,
pad to return to the time of day display.
Use yonr oven as you would normally.
Some floors are not
must be level. The
corner of the base of
the rauge. Level the range by turning the legs.