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Kenmore 36725 Use, Care, Safety Manual

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CONTENTS
SAFETY
USE AND
CARE
Your Range and Its Features .....................................
5
Range Control ..................................................................... 6-8
Cooktop Cooking ................................................................................
9
Cooktop Controls ................................................................................
9
Burner Ignition .......................................................................................
9
Oven Cooking Tips .........................................................................................
11
Broiling
..............................................................................................................
12
CLEANING
The Self-Clean
Cycle ................................................... 13, t4
Cleaning
Tips .......................................................................
,,,_,, I5
Removable
Range Parts ........................................ 16-19
SERVDCE
What to Do Before Calling
for Service .....................
20, 21
Thermostat Adjustments
...............................................22
WARRANTY
MODELS
36725, 36729
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  • Page 1 Oven Cooking Tips ... Broiling CLEANING The Self-Clean Cycle ... 13, t4 Cleaning Tips ... Removable Range Parts ... 16-19 SERVDCE What to Do Before Calling for Service ... Thermostat Adjustments ...22 WARRANTY MODELS 36725, 36729 ,,,_,, I5 20, 21...
  • Page 2 Never where a range is in use. Never let anyone climb, sit or stand on an open oven door or any part of the range. WARNING: To prevent range from abnormal excess...
  • Page 3 Such misuse could also cause damage to the range. Never leave the oven door open when you are not watching range. You can recognize the safety sections by Never use a towel or other bulky cloth as a potholder.
  • Page 4 After broiling, always take the broiler pan out of the oven and clean it. Leftover grease in the broiler pan can catch on fire next time you use the pan. Always use dry potholders when removing pans from the oven or cooktop.
  • Page 5 OVEN FaRE DO not try to move the pan. Close oven door and turn controls off. If fire continues, throw baking soda on the fireoruse a dry chemical foam or haion type extinguisher. |NSTRUCT|OHS...
  • Page 6 (See page 18) GLASS COOl(TOP (See page 15) REMOVABLE COOKTOP CONTROL KNOB (See page 9) REMOVABLE OVEN RACKS (See pages 15 & 16) MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER PLATE LOCATION REMOVABLE STORAGE DRAWER (See page 18) Push to turn Itght on and off.
  • Page 7 Hold your finger change display numbers quickly. the arrow pad to change the time slowly. Fig° 1 T|MER: NOTE: The TIMER does not control oven operations. The maximum time setting minutes. 1. Press TIMER. "TIMER" will flash In the display.
  • Page 8 'TIMER and FIG,_6 until "TIMER" quits TI ilED BAKING: AUTOMATIC You can begin baking now and set the oven to turn OFF automatically. 1. Press COOK TIME, To change 2. Press UP or DOWN arrow to set how long you want to bake.
  • Page 9 DELAYED ON AND OFF: You can set the oven to turn on and off automatically. The control will calculate the ttme to start cooking. Press COOK TIME. Press UP or DOWN arrowto set how long you want to bake. 3. Press STOP TIME. The earliest stop time you can set will appear in the display.
  • Page 10 Doing so OVEN Oven heat. When the Igniter is hot enough, in about I minute, the gas flows into the burner and is ignited.
  • Page 11 MOISTURE As your oven heats up, the temperatu re change of the air in the oven may cause water droplets to form on the door or door glass. To prevent this, open the oven door for the first minute of oven heating to let the moist air out.
  • Page 12 Use proper pan placement° • Place pans on the oven racks with 1" to 1 1/2" of air space on all sides of each pan. Avoid overcrowding the oven. Pans too close to each other, to oven walls or to the oven bottom, block the free movement of air.
  • Page 13 3/4" thick. After placing food on the broiler pan, put the pan on the rack in the oven. The recommended position and cooking time can be found in the chart at right.
  • Page 14 A CLEAN CYCLE Remove the broil pan and grid, oven racks, all utensils and any foil that may be in the oven. Do not try to clean utensils orany other objects in the oven during a self-clean cycle, nf oven racks...
  • Page 15 TO SET SELF=CLEAN 1, Close oven door. The door locks automatically after the control is set. 2. Push CLEAN, Thetlme display will show ( ... ). See Fig. t. Fig_1 3_ Press the UP or DOWN arrow pad to set the desired length of clean time.
  • Page 16 Single-edged razor scraper, Cooktop Cleaning Creme® (Stock Nor 40079, available at Sears, Roebuck and Co.) or other all-purpose, non-abrasive cleaner Note: If you need additional cleaning to eliminate spotting, wash with equal parts white vinegar and warm water; Rinse well and dry Detergent, warm water and/or soap filled steel wool pad;...
  • Page 17 2. Push the rack in until you reach the bump in the rack guide, then lift the front of the rack a bit and push the rack all the way in. To remove: 1, Pull the oven rack out, then up, Some models have one standard folding oven rack.
  • Page 18 To remove: 1o Slide the tab at the center front of the oven bottom to the left. 2, Lift the oven bottom up and out. To replace: 1. Slip the oven bottom into the oven so the tabs in the rear of the oven bottom fit into the slots In the oven back.
  • Page 19 REMOVABLE COOKTOP Be sure that all controls are turned off and that the unit is cool. To remove; Lift off burner grate, burner top and trim ring_ Do not remove burner bowl. See the Cleaning Tips Chart in this manual dry burner tops completely before re.assembling burner.
  • Page 20 OVEN Be sure that the light switch is in the OFF position. Do not touch hot oven bulb with wet hands. Do not wipe oven light area with wet cloth, Unplug or disconnect the electrical supply to range before removing,...
  • Page 21 Sears Store or Service Center for help. When calling, have this manual, the Repair Parts List, model number and purchase date handy.
  • Page 22 Check self-clean instructions. Heavily soiled ovens require a 3 1/2 hr. clean cycle, • Heavy spillovers should be removed before setting clean cycle. • Oven must cool below lock tempera- ture. • Push and hold CLEAR/OFF button to activate tone.
  • Page 23 Clean temperatures. when power 5. When you have made the adjustment, push CLOCK to return the display to the time of day. Use you r oven as you would normally. Step 5: The adjustment will be remembered by t he control and will automatically adjust the oven temperature.
  • Page 24 ..j WE SERVICE "We Service What We Sell" is our assurance to you that you can depend on Sears for service because Sears service is nationwide. Your Kenmore Range has added value when you consider that Sears has a service unit near you staffed by Sears trained techntcians_.,...

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