Service in the U.S.A. .. Requesting Assistance or Service in Canada ... Index ... Warranty ... In the U.S.A. for assistance or service, call the Consumer Assistance Center: KEBS208D KEBS107D KEBS177D KEBS147D (complete) ... Using EASY CONVECT* Conversion ... 1-800-422-1230 In Canada for assistance...
able of Contents A Note to You ... Oven Safety ... Getting to Know Your Oven ... Using Your Oven ... Using the electronic oven control ... Oven settings ... Setting the clock ... Using the timer ... Baking or convection baking ... Convection roasting ...
Note to You Thank you for buying a KITCHENAID KITCHENAID designs the best tools for the most important room in your house. To ensure that you enjoy many years of trouble-free operation, we developed this Use and Care Guide. It contains valuable information concerning how to operate and maintain your new appliance properly and safely.
ven Safety Your safety is important to us. This guide contains safety statements under warning symbols. Please pay special attention to these symbols and follow any instructions given. Here is a brief explanation of the use of the symbol. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS wWARNING General Read all instructions before using...
Do not heat unopened contain- • ers. They could explode. The hot contents could cause burns and container particles could cause injury. Use only cookware approved • for oven use. Follow cookware manufacturer’s instructions, especially when using glass or plastic cookware. Do not store flammable materials •...
etting to Know Your Oven This section tells you what features your oven has and where they are located. Please review this information before using your oven. To help you find information on specific parts or features quickly, page references are included. Feature locations (Models KEBS208D and KEBS278D shown) Oven vent...
sing Your Oven This section tells you, step by step, how to operate all oven functions controlled by the electronic control. Carefully follow these instructions, along with the cooking tips, for successful use of your oven. NOTE: Displays and command pads shown are from double upper ovens. In some cases, lower oven and single oven displays and command pads may look different than those shown.
sing Your Oven Starting an operation After programming a function, you must press the Start pad to start START the function. If you do not press the Start pad within 5 seconds of programming, “START?” will show on the display as a reminder. Canceling an operation The Cancel/Off pad will cancel any function, except for the Clock and Timer...
Using the control lock The control lock prevents unwanted use of the oven by disabling the control panel command pads. NOTES: • On double ovens, control lock is only available when oven is not active or set. On single ovens, control lock is available when oven is active, but it is not available only during the Self-Cleaning cycle or the Sabbath mode.
sing What your oven will do while in the Sabbath mode: • The oven will not shut off automatically. • The temperature displays of the active ovens will show “Sab”. • To prevent accidental key pad presses, only the 0-9, Start, Upper Oven, and Lower Oven key pads will work.
Press and hold Number Pad 6 for 5 seconds to go into the Sabbath mode. NOTES: • The Sabbath mode is only available with the Bake function. • The Timer will be canceled in the Sabbath mode. • To use both ovens in the Sabbath mode, both ovens must be in BAKE mode before going into the Sabbath mode.
sing Your Oven Oven settings This chart tells you when to use each setting. It also explains which elements heat up for each setting. SETTING BAKE Use this setting for standard baking and roasting. BROIL (MAXI/ECONO) Use this setting for broiling regular-sized and smaller cuts of meat, poultry, and fish.
SETTING CONVECTION BROIL Use this setting for broiling thick cuts of meat. CONVECTION ROAST Use this setting for roasting and baking on one rack. CLEAN Use this setting for self-cleaning only. DIAGRAM SETTING INFORMATION • Both top elements heat up. •...
sing Setting the clock NOTE: These examples are for double upper ovens only. Other ovens may look slightly different. NOTE: If a timed oven function is active or programmed, you cannot change the clock. If an untimed oven function is active or programmed, you can change the clock, however the start time will disappear.
Using the timer The Timer does not start or stop the oven. It works like a regular kitchen timer. It can be set in hours and minutes up to 99 hours, 59 minutes, or in minutes and seconds up to 99 minutes, 99 seconds.
sing To change the timer during its operation: Press Timer Set/Start pad. Enter new desired time. Press Timer Set/Start pad. To cancel the timer during its operation: You can cancel the Timer any time during its operation. Press the Timer Cancel pad. Baking or convection baking NOTES: •...
2. Choose baking setting. NOTE: On double ovens, the cavity symbol flashes to tell you which oven you are setting. 3. Set temperature (optional). Do this step if you want to set a tem- perature other than 350°F for Bake or 300°F for Convection Bake.
sing Your Oven 4. Preheat oven. After the temperature reaches 170°F, the temperature display will show the actual oven temperature at each 5°F (3°C) increase. It will then stop at the set temperature. One long tone will sound when oven is preheated. 5.
2. Choose setting. NOTE: On double ovens, the cavity symbol flashes to tell you which oven you are setting. 3. Set temperature (optional). Do this step if you want to set a temperature other than 300°F. NOTE: See your convection oven cookbook for temperature recommendations.
sing Your Oven Cooking tips Baking/convection baking tips The hot air must circulate around the pans in the oven for even heat to reach all parts of the oven. This results in better baking. For best air circulation: • Place the pans so that one is not directly over the other.
• Do not cover the entire rack with alumi- num foil. It will reduce air circulation and cause poor cooking results. NOTE: Do not line oven bottom with foil or other liners. It could affect the quality of your baking. Convection baking tips (Convection Bake pad) •...
sing Your Oven Adjusting oven temperature Although your new oven is properly adjusted to provide accurate temperatures, it may cook faster or slower than your old oven. If, after using the oven for a period of time, you are not satisfied with the baking/roasting results, you can change the offset tempera- ture by following the steps below.
3. Enter the adjustment. NOTE: If you press the Cancel/Off pad instead of the Start pad, the offset temperature will stay the same. How to determine the amount of adjustment needed The following chart tells you how much to adjust the offset temperature to get the desired cooking results.
sing Your Oven 2. Put food in oven. Place meat on the convection roasting rack, place rack on broiler pan and grid, and place pan in the center of the oven. 3. Connect probe to oven. Insert the plug into the jack located on the right oven wall.
7. Set temperature (optional). Do this step if you want to set an oven temperature other than the one dis- played. NOTE: See a reliable cookbook or your convection oven cookbook for oven temperature recommendations. 8. Start oven. NOTES: • If you do not choose a cook setting and press START, the oven will default to bake at 350°F and start.
sing wWARNING Burn Hazard Use an oven mitt or pot holder to remove temperature probe. Do not touch broil element. Failure to follow these instructions can result in burns. 9. After cooking, unplug probe. The probe symbol will remain lit until you unplug the Temperature Probe.
1. Place food in cold oven. If you need the Temperature Probe for your cycle (settings 6 thru 0 in chart on page 28), insert probe into food. Place food in oven and plug probe into jack. 2. Press Convect Full Meal pad. 3.
sing Convect full meal chart CYCLE CONVECTION NUMBER CYCLE Conv. Bake Conv. Roast Conv. Roast Conv. Bake Conv. Bake Conv. Roast Conv. Roast Conv. Roast Conv. Roast Conv. Bake To program your own cycle: Press Upper/Lower Oven pad. Press Convect Full Meal. Press the Command Pad to the cook cycle you want (for example, BAKE).
Using EASY CONVECT* Conversion (upper oven/single oven/both ovens on Models KEBS208D and KEBS278D) EASY CONVECT Conversion lets you convection cook without entering convection cook temperatures and times. Simply enter the standard cook temperature and time for the food to be cooked. The oven will reduce the temperature, or the temperature and time, for convection cooking.
sing 4. Enter standard cook time. NOTES: • This step is not needed when using the temperature probe. • To delay convection cooking, after Step 4, press the Stop Time pad and enter the desired stop time. Cooking will start at the time equal to the stop time less the cook time.
EASY CONVECT * Conversion setting chart EASY CONVECT SETTING Baked Goods Meats Other Foods Broiling NOTE: These examples are for double upper ovens only. Other ovens may look slightly different. NOTE: Preheating is not necessary when broiling. 1. Position rack. See “Broiling rack positions”...
sing Your Oven 2. Put food in oven. Place food on grid in broiler pan and place in center of the oven rack. NOTES: • Place food about 3" or more from the broil elements. • To ensure adequate grease drainage, do not use cookie sheets or similar pans for broiling.
5. Set temperature (optional). Do this step if you want to use variable temperature broiling (see below). 6. Start oven. NOTE: If you want to change the broiling temperature after broiling has begun, repeat Steps 4, 5, and 6. 7. When broiling is done, turn off oven.
sing Convection broiling (upper oven/single oven/both ovens on Models KEBS208D and KEBS278D) Use this setting when broiling thick cuts of meat. NOTE: These examples are for double upper ovens only. Other ovens may look slightly different. 1. Position rack. See “Broiling rack positions” on page 35 for recommended rack positions.
5. For best results, preheat oven for 5 minutes. NOTE: If you want to change the convec- tion broiling temperature after broiling has begun, repeat Steps 3, 4, and 5. 6. Put food in oven. Place food on grid in broiler pan and place in center of the oven rack.
sing Your Oven Timed cooking The electronic clock/oven control will turn the oven on and off at times you set, even when you are not around. Delayed time cooking is ideal for foods which do not require a preheated oven, such as meats and casseroles.
3. Set temperature (optional). Do this step if you want to set a tempera- ture other than the one displayed. NOTE: See a reliable cookbook or your convection oven cookbook for tempera- ture recommendations. 4. Press Cook Time pad. 5. Set cook time. 6.
sing To delay start and stop automatically: 1. Prepare oven. Position the oven rack(s) properly and place the food in the oven. For correct rack placement, see “Baking or convec- tion baking” on page 16 and “Rack placement” chart on page 20. 2.
5. Set cook time. 6. Press Stop Time pad. 7. Set stop time. 8. Press Start pad. When start time is reached: Vertical bar on display will get shorter as cook time counts down. sing PRESS YOU SEE NIGHT LIGHT DELAY RAISING BREAD...
sing Your Oven 9. When baking/roasting is done: “End” will show on the display. Four tones will sound, followed by 4 reminder tones (unless they have been disabled), every minute until you open the door, or press the Cancel/Off pad. To cancel timed cooking settings: Press Cancel/Off pad.
Dehydrating (upper oven/single oven/both ovens on Models KEBS208D and KEBS278D) You can use your THERMAL-CONVECTION* oven to dehydrate fruits and vegetables. NOTE: These examples are for double upper ovens only. Other ovens may look slightly different. NOTE: If you do not turn off oven after dehydrating, the oven will keep running until you press CANCEL/OFF.
sing Your Oven 5. Set temperature (optional). Do this step if you want to set a temperature (from 100°F to 200°F) other than 140°F. 6. Start oven. NOTE: If you want to change the dehy- drating temperature after dehydrating has begun, repeat Steps 4, 5, and 6.
1. Put dough in oven. NOTE: Be sure to close the door. 2. Press and hold Baked Goods pad for 5 seconds. NOTE: On double ovens, the cavity symbol flashes to tell you which oven you are setting. 3. Start oven. One long tone will sound when oven is preheated.
aring for Your Oven Cleaning your oven and controls Make sure all controls are off and the oven is cool before cleaning. Your oven is designed for easy care. You can do most cleaning with items found around your home. Cleaning your oven whenever spills or soiling occurs will help to keep it looking and operating like new.
Removing the oven door For normal use of your oven, you do not need to remove the door. However, you can remove the door by following the instructions in this section. The oven door is heavy. Use both hands to remove and replace the door. Do not lift and carry the door by the handle.
aring for Your Oven Using and replacing the oven lights The oven lights will come on when you open the oven door. To turn the lights on when the oven door is closed, press the Oven Light on the control panel. Press the OVEN LIGHT again to turn off the lights.
sing the Self-Cleaning Cycle The Self-Cleaning cycle saves you from the toil and mess that often come with hand- cleaning the oven interior. Like the other functions of your oven, you operate the Self-Cleaning cycle with the easy-to-use electronic control. To use this cycle properly, follow the step-by-step instructions in this section.
sing the Self-Cleaning Cycle Before setting the controls • Make sure clock is set to correct time of day. The clock cannot be set during the Self- Cleaning cycle. Setting the controls NOTE: These examples are for double upper ovens only. Other ovens may look slightly different.
3. Start oven. NOTE: The door will lock right after you press START. 4. After the Self-Cleaning cycle ends: To delay cleaning start time: 1. Press Clean pad. ⁄ -hour Self-Cleaning cycle will be set. (The first 3 hours are for cleaning, the last 30 minutes are for cooling.) NOTE: On double ovens, the cavity...
the Self-Cleaning Cycle sing 4. Set stop time. Example for 7:00: 5. Complete entry. NOTES: • The door will lock right after you press START. • Lights will stay on until start time is reached. When the start time is reached: 6.
For best cleaning results • After the oven is cool, wipe up any resi- due or ash with a damp cloth or sponge. If any spots remain, clean with a mild abrasive cleanser or cleaning sponge. • Clean the oven before it gets heavily soiled.
roubleshooting Most cooking problems often are caused by little things you can find and fix without tools of any kind. Check the lists below and on the next page before calling for assistance or service. If you still need help, see “Requesting Assistance or Service” on pages 54 and 55.
PROBLEM Cooking results are not what you expected The display is showing “PF” A letter followed by a number shows on the display (for example “E3”, “F1”) The key pads do not operate If none of these items was causing your problem, see “Requesting Assistance or Service” on pages 54 and 55.
equesting Assistance or Service in the U.S.A. 1. If the problem is not due to one of the items listed in “Trouble- shooting” on pages 52-53 • Call KitchenAid Consumer Assistance Center: 1-800-422-1230 One of our trained consultants can instruct you in how to obtain satisfactory operation from your appliance or, if service is necessary, recommend a qualified service company...
1-800-461-5681 • Use and maintenance procedures • Referrals to local dealers • Specifications on all our appliances Authorized Service Centres For service of Inglis, Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Roper, Estate, Direct Service Branches: BRITISH COLUMBIA Vancouver Victoria ALBERTA Edmonton Calgary ONTARIO Toronto...
ndex This index is alphabetical. It contains all the topics included in this manual, along with the page(s) on which you can find each topic. TOPIC ASSISTANCE ... 54, 55 BAKING Aluminum foil ... 20 Pans ... 20 Setting cycle ... 17 Tips ...
LENGTH OF KITCHENAID WARRANTY: WILL PAY FOR: ONE-YEAR FULL Replacement parts WARRANTY and repair labor costs FROM DATE OF to correct defects in PURCHASE materials or workman- ship. Service must be provided by an autho- rized KitchenAid servicing outlet. SECOND- Replacement parts THROUGH FIFTH- for any electric...