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Siemens NO NAME HE2425 Use And Care Manual

Electric range with threed surround convection
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Siemens Electric Range with
threeD Surround Convection
Use and Care Manual
Models: HE2425(U,C), HE2528U
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  • Page 1 Siemens Electric Range with threeD Surround Convection Use and Care Manual Models: HE2425(U,C), HE2528U Please read instructions before using. Important: Save these instructions. ®...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Warranty ..............42 Questions? 866-44SIEMENS (447-4363) 5551 McFadden Ave. Huntington Beach, CA 92649...
  • Page 3: About This Manual

    About This Manual How This Manual Is Organized This manual contains several sections: • The Overview section describes the features and functionality of the range, including a description of how to set up the range and operate the range’s control panel. •...
  • Page 4: Safety

    Safety Important Safety Instructions READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Important Safety Instruc- tions Fire Safety English 2 • Do not use aluminum foil or protective liners to line any part of an appliance, especially surface unit drip bowls or oven bottom. Installation of these liners may result in a risk of electric shock or fire.
  • Page 5 Burn Prevention WARNING TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY TO PERSONS IN THE EVENT OF A RANGE TOP GREASE FIRE, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING: 1) SMOTHER FLAMES with a close-fitting lid, cookie sheet, or metal tray, then turn off the burner. BE CAREFUL TO PREVENT BURNS. If the flames do not go out immediately, EVACUATE AND CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
  • Page 6 Child Safety Cleaning Safety Cookware Safety English 4 • Do not touch interior surface of the drawer while it is in use. The interior of the drawer could become hot enough to cause burns. Allow drawer and rack (if equipped) to cool before handling. WARNING: To prevent burns, do not remove drawer while hot.
  • Page 7 Proper Installation and Maintenance different size. Proper relationship of cookware to heating element or burner will also improve efficiency. • Cookware not approved for use with glass ceramic cooktops may break with sudden temperature changes. Use only pans that are appropriate for glass ceramic cooktops (only certain types of glass, heatproof glass, ceramic, earthenware, or other glazed utensils are suitable).
  • Page 8 Food Safety English 6 CAUTION: To maintain food safety, follow these guidelines: 1) DO NOT use a warming drawer to heat cold food (exception: it is safe to use the drawer to crisp crackers, chips or dry cereal and to warm plates. 2) Be sure to maintain proper food temperature.
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    Getting Started Parts and Accessories Radiant Element Dual Element Triple Element Retained Heat 1. Oven Control Panel and Knob 2. Cooktop Control Knob 3. Probe Receptacle (some models) 4. Rack Positions / Rack Guides 5. Oven Racks, Flat (2) 6. Oven Door Gasket 7.
  • Page 10 Temperature Limiter Hot Surface Indicator Oven Racks Flat Oven Racks English 8 Each radiant heating element has its own sensor to protect the glass cooking sur- face from extreme high temperatures. The limiters will operate automatically by cycling the element off regardless of the cook setting. Although cycling is normal, any one of the following conditions can activate the limiter and cause it to cycle on and off more than usual: •...
  • Page 11 Extension Oven Rack (some mod- els) The Full Extension Rack allows for easier access to cooking foods. The bottom section extends as far as the standard flat rack. However, the top section extends beyond the bottom section bringing the food closer to the user. To order a full extension rack, contact Service or a dealer near you.
  • Page 12 Half Oven Rack (Some Models) English 10 Reassembly CAUTION: Always verify that top rack is installed correctly after reassembly. The back edges of the top rack must be under the rack guide on the bottom rack. DO NOT simply rest the top rack on top of the bottom one. 1.
  • Page 13 Oven Bottom Oven Vent Automatic Shutoff Self-Cleaning Indicators and Other Features Convection Fan Do not place food directly on oven bottom. Do not use aluminum foil or protective liners to line any part of an appliance, especially surface unit drip bowls or oven bottom.
  • Page 14 Control (Panel) Oven Control Panel Clock Light Time Preheat Temperature Table 1: Oven Control Panel Clock– Shows the time of day with a 12 or 24 hour option. Also displays the timer and times associated with delayed cooking and cleaning modes. Turn the control knob to tog- gle between timer and clock display.
  • Page 15: The Clock

    The Clock About the Clock Setting the Clock Changing the Clock The Select Functions Menu Change the Beep Vol- • Always set the clock after installation or after a power failure. Once power returns to the oven, the clock defaults to 12:00 am. •...
  • Page 16 Change the Tempera- ture Scale Turn Clock Display ON or OFF Access Demo Mode Change the Display Language Lock / Unlock the Oven Control Panel Change the Oven Temperature Offset Reset the Factory Set- tings English 14 The oven has been preset to the Fahrenheit temperature scale. The feature allows you to switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature.
  • Page 17 Set the Sabbath Feature About the Sabbath Feature The Sabbath Feature enables those of particular faiths to use their ovens on the Sabbath. • The oven will bake for 73 hours before automatically turning off. • While baking in Sabbath mode, the display will show SABBATH and the BAKE icon will be displayed.
  • Page 18: Before Using The Appliance For The First Time

    Change the Time Format Turn Automatic Convection Conversion ON or OFF Before Using the Appliance for the First Time English 16 Setting the Sabbath Feature for the Warming Drawer Only The warming drawer does not operate with the Sabbath feature unless the feature is also activated in the oven.
  • Page 19: Operation - Cooktop

    Operation - Cooktop About the Cooktop Operation Setting the Burner Heat Level Single Element Control Knob Dual Element Control Knob This section explains how to operate the cooktop. See “Getting the Most Out of Your Cooktop” on page 25 for guidelines to improve cooktop results. Use the cooktop for surface cooking applications such as boiling, frying, simmer- ing, steaming and sauteing.
  • Page 20 Triple Element Control Knob English 18 To turn ON both the inner and outer elements together, push in on the control knob and turn it clockwise to the desired setting. Inner Element Element Location To turn on the small inner element only, push in on the control knob and turn it to symbol (counterclockwise).
  • Page 21: Operation - Oven

    Operation - Oven About the Oven Operation Setting the Cooking Mode and Temperature Automatic Convection Conversion (models with convection bake) Hot Oven Indicator This section explains how to operate the oven. See “Getting the Most Out of Your Oven” on page 27 for guidelines to improve oven results. CAUTION Do not use aluminum foil or protective liners to line any part of an appli- ance, especially surface unit drip bowls or oven bottom.
  • Page 22: Using The Timer

    Using the Timer Changing the Timer/s Clearing the Timer/s Cancelling Using Timed or Delayed Cook Setting a Timed Mode English 20 Notes: • If you do not finish setting the timer, the oven will beep periodically as a reminder to set the time. Press OFF to exit the TIMER mode. (Selecting OFF when not setting the timer will turn the oven off.) •...
  • Page 23 Delaying the Start of a Timed Mode To Check the Cooking Time and Stop Time After a Delay Has Been Setting the Sabbath Feature Using the Probe (some models) Setting the Probe Note: Time required for the oven to reach temperature must be included in the set cooking time.
  • Page 24 Changing the Oven Temperature When Using the Probe Changing the Probe Temperature English 22 Note: The probe temperature can only be set when the probe is installed in the oven. 3. Press COOKING MODE and select BAKE, CONVECTION BAKE or CON- VECTION ROAST.
  • Page 25: Operation - Warming Drawer (Some Models)

    Operation - Warming Drawer About the Warming Drawer Warming Drawer Specifi- cations Operation This section explains how to operate the warming drawer. See “Getting the Most Out of Your Warming Drawer” on page 34 for guidelines to improve warming drawer results. The warming drawer will keep hot, cooked foods at serving temperature.
  • Page 26 Preheating Preheat Times: Turning on the Warming Drawer When Only Using the Warming Drawer When Also Using The Oven Setting the Sabbath Feature Turning Off the Warming Drawer When Only Using the Warming Drawer When Using the Warming Drawer and the Oven Crisping Stale Items Warming Empty Serving Bowls and Plates...
  • Page 27: Getting The Most Out Of Your Appliance

    Getting the Most Out of Your Appliance Getting the Most Out of Your Cooktop Cooktop Cooking Guide Boiling Water Recommended Settings Cookware Selection Guide Cookware Characteristics Time to boil can vary greatly depending on environmental conditions. Try the fol- lowing tips to decrease boil time: •...
  • Page 28 To Test the Flatness of Your Pans Cookware Tips Specialty Pans English 26 on the surface without wobbling (rocking). Flat, medium-to-heavy-weight pans are best. Turn the pan upside down on the countertop and place a ruler flat against the bottom of the pan. The bottom of the pan and the straight edge of the ruler should be flush against each other.
  • Page 29: Getting The Most Out Of Your Oven

    Getting the Most Out of Your Oven Oven Cooking Guide Rack Position Multiple Rack Cooking Pan Placement Baking Pans Preheating the Oven • RACK POSITION 6 (highest position) – melting cheese, broiling thin foods • RACK POSITION 5 – broiling most meats, toasting bread •...
  • Page 30 The Probe (some models) Oven Cooking Modes Bake, Proof and Warm English 28 Note: Preheating the oven is not recommended when using the probe (some models). A hot oven will impair your ability to easily connect the probe to the receptacle and to insert it into the meat.
  • Page 31 Convection Bake Automatic Convection Conversion Table 3: Convection Baking Chart Food Item Cake Cupcakes Bundt Cake Angel Food 2 Crust, fresh, 9” 2 Crust, frozen fruit, 9” Cookies Sugar Chocolate Chip Brownie CAUTION When using Warm mode, follow these guidelines: •Do not use the Warm Mode to heat cold food.
  • Page 32 Table 3: Convection Baking Chart Food Item Breads Yeast bread, loaf, 9x5 Yeast rolls Quick bread, loaf, 8x4 Biscuits Muffins Pizza Frozen Fresh a. This temperature must be manually reduced by 25° F if the Automatic Convection Conversion feature has been turned off. b.
  • Page 33 Table 4: Broiling Chart Food Item / Thickness Seafood Fish filets (3/4”-1”) buttered Lamb Chops (1”) Medium rare Medium Well Bread Garlic bread slices (1”) a. Broiling times are approximate and may vary slightly, Times are based on cooking with a preheated broil element.
  • Page 34 Convection Roast Table 6: Convection Roast Chart Meats Item Beef Rib roast Rib eye roast (boneless) Rump, eye, tip, sirloin (bone- less) Tenderloin roast Pork Loin roast (boneless or bone Shoulder Poultry Chicken - whole Turkey - unstuffed** Turkey - unstuffed** Turkey - unstuffed** Turkey breast Cornish hen...
  • Page 35 Dehydrate (some models) Table 7: Dehydrate Chart Food Item Fruit Apples Dipped in 1/4 cup lemon juice and 2 cups water; 1/4” slices Bananas Dipped in 1/4 cup lemon juice and 2 cups water; 1/4” slices Cherries Wash, towel dry. Fresh cherries, remove Orange peels/ pits.
  • Page 36: Getting The Most Out Of Your Warming Drawer

    Getting the Most Out of Your Warming Drawer General Tips English 34 Refer to the Warming Drawer Chart for recommended settings. • To keep several different foods hot, set the temperature for the food needing the highest setting. • Place items needing the highest setting toward the side of the drawer and items needing less heat in the center of the drawer.
  • Page 37: Cleaning And Maintenance

    Cleaning and Maintenance Care and Cleaning Care and Cleaning - the Cooktop Precautions for Long Life and Good Appearance of the Surface Before Use Care Daily Cleaning Techniques Using the Razor Blade Scraper Cleaning the Control Knobs CAUTION Do not use any cleaner on the glass while the surface is hot; use only the razor blade scraper.
  • Page 38 Do Not Use the Following Cleaners Table 9: Cooktop Care Chart Type of Soil Dry sugar, sugar syrup, milk or tomato spills. Melted plastic film or foil. All these items require immediate removal. Remove only these types of spills while the surface is hot using the razor blade scraper.
  • Page 39 Preparing the Oven for Self Clean Setting the Self-Clean Mode • During Self-Clean, the kitchen should be well ventilated to help eliminate odors associated with Self-Clean. Odors will lessen with use. • Four hours is the preset length of cleaning. The range can also be set to clean for 3 or 5 hours.
  • Page 40 Delaying the Start of the Self-Clean After Self-Cleaning English 38 5. REMOVE RACKS appears in the display as a reminder to remove oven racks. 6. Press START again to begin the self- clean. Note: The door locks at the beginning of the cycle;...
  • Page 41: Maintenance

    Cleaning Guide Table 10: Cleaning Guide Part Racks Wash with hot sudsy water. Rinse thoroughly and dry, or gently rub with cleansing powder or soap filled pads as directed. If racks are cleaned in the oven during the self-clean mode, they will lose their shiny finish and may not glide smoothly.
  • Page 42 Replacing the Oven Door Replacing an Oven Light English 40 3. Flip lever on hinge toward you. 4. Close the door to approximately halfway open. 5. Holding the door firmly on both sides using both hands, pull the door straight out of the hinge slots.
  • Page 43: Service

    Service Self Help The Cooktop Table 11: Cooktop Troubleshooting Chart Cooktop Problem Element cycles more than Pan base is warped and not making full contact with heating surface. usual Base diameter of pan is too small for the size of the element. Pan ingredients have boiled dry.
  • Page 44 Table 12: Oven Troubleshooting Chart Oven Problem Baking results are not as expected Food takes longer to cook than expected Food is overcooked Convection Bake Results are not as Expected Oven temperature is too hot or too cold Oven light is not working properly Oven light will not turn off Cannot remove lens cover on light Oven will not Self-Clean properly...
  • Page 45: Warranty

    Product and are not transferable. Please make sure to return your registration card; while not necessary to effectu- ate warranty coverage, it is the best way for Siemens to notify you in the unlikely event of a safety notice or product recall.
  • Page 46 God. In no event shall Siemens have any liability or responsibility whatsoever for damage to surrounding property, including cabinetry, floors, ceilings, and other structures or objects around the Product.
  • Page 48 5551 McFadden Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA 92649 • 866-447-4363 • 9000178165 • 5V06S2 • Rev A • 8/06 © BSH Home Appliances Corporation...

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