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GE Monogram ZGW125EN3SS Use And Care Manual

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  • Page 1 GE Monogram ® Use and Care Guide Component Cooktop System...
  • Page 2 I_s sleek design (an be beautifully imegn_ed imo fi_e kid(hen. The infl)rmafion on fi_e following pages will help you operme and maintain your ( ook_op properly. Kvou have _my ofi_er questions-please (all fi_e GE Answer (emer _÷ 800.626.2000. Contents Consumer Services Care and Cleaning Brushed...
  • Page 3 ( ooktop more help, call: using" your (omponents properly. GE Answer Center ® cooktop 800.626.2000 Keep it handy for answers to your questions. system 24 hours a day, 7 days a week...
  • Page 4 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IMPOR 7½NT SAF TY NO TICE • The Callfomla Safe Drinking Water and • Gas appliances can cause minor exposure Toxic Enforcement Act _e(pfires the four of these substances, namely benzene, Gove_ nor of (alifb_ nia _o publish a lis_ of {arbon monoxide, fo_ maldehyde and soot,...
  • Page 5 SAFE TY PRE CA UTIONS • CAUTION: ITEMS OF INTEREST • Do not use water on grease fires. Never pick CHILDREN SHOULD BE STORED up a flaming pan. Turn tile controls off. CABINETS INSTALLED ABOVE Smother a flaming pan on a surface unit by COOKTOP SYSTEM--CHILDREN covering the pan completely...
  • Page 6 iMPORTANT SAFETY iNSTRUCTiONS USING YOUR COMPONENT C OOKTOP • Use woper part size-rids ( ooktop system has ° Be sure the downdraft veto g_rilleis not components equipped with electric sm_ce covered. Be sure the filter is in place, its units or gas bmners. Select cookware hax_ng absence th_ring cooking could damage blower flat bottoms large enough to cover d_e selected parts.
  • Page 7 USING YOUR COMPONENT COOKTOP •After cleaning, use a (hy cloth oi paper towel to • Let the gas burner grate and other surfaces remove all Cooklop (leaning Cream residue. cool before touching them. • Read and follow all instruction and warnings •...
  • Page 8 J_Js _o cleau. See each compouem section h_ _he Care and Cleaning To purchase additional components, contact secfiou _hr specific Jus_rucfious. your nearest GE Appliances dealer or service center. Part numbers for additional[ Never immerse any electric surface unit or plug in water.
  • Page 9 burner This component has one large 10,500-BTU burner (rear) and one smaller 6,000-BTU cooktop burner (fiont). The grate is removable < cleaning. Part Nu m be):_: ZGW124 fight controls ZGW125 lqfi controls © < © Grate Electric The downdrafl vent component has an integral variable-speed blower ( ontrol.
  • Page 10 Halogen/Radiant Component ( ompo_e_g Cookto/_ System The ( omrols selected for the halogen/radiam (omponem will give you a fifll range of heat seuings %r ( ooking. 77:e r_mO'rdkrtohs ,rest bepushed dow_ to turr: fi'r,, the q{,)' (O)position. Wf:ert :/':er_mt*>[knobs are in arO' pasitio, other thar_ o//(0), thU ,:a'_' be n_r_ed without p,cshir<_"...
  • Page 11 (_rencFal The halogen/radiant cooktop teatures heating Use onlyfla/-bot/omed cookware. Do not let pots units beneath a smooth glass ceramic surtace. boil dry. Overheated metal can bond to glass information The surthce units are shown by outlines on the cooktop. An overheated copper pot will leave a about halogen/...
  • Page 12 Halogen/Radiant Component (7o,_po_e_t Cooktop Syste,_ The following information will help you choose However, do nol le_ diese pols boil d_y. cookware which will give good performance. Overheated me_al can bond _o d_e glass smthce units. An overheated copper bouom po_ will Stainless Steel: r(,(:ommended leave a residue _ha_ will permanendy...
  • Page 13 For best •Place only dty pans on tile surface units. Do results not place lids on the surface units, particularly wet lids. • Do not use woks that have support rings. This/ype of wok _dll not heat on the glass smfitce units.
  • Page 14 Home Canning Tips ( ompon(.'nt Cookt@ S),st(.'m Obse Je the Note: Flabbottomed canners are required tor glass surface Right! Wrong! units, NOTE: Canning cannot be done on the grill When canning widl wa_er-badl or pressure component, canner, larger-diameter po_s may be used. This is because boiling wa_er _emperamres Safe canning _equi_ es d_a_ hmmfifl (even under pressure)
  • Page 15 Gas Burner Component Component Cool, top System Before The ZGW124 and ZGW125 g_s cooktops are not convertible to LP g_s. They are designed to operate using" your on natural ,gas only. gas burners This (omponem h_s one lmge 10,500-BTU burner and one smaller 6,000-FiTU bmner.
  • Page 16 Gas Burner Component ( ompo,e_g Cooktop Sy.s_em 1, The oas burner conH'ols must H_rn To light a (:om_er(:lo(:kxdse _(_the 1JTE position ignite d_e lmrner. bmner ignites 2, Once the bmner is ignited, turn the (omrol knob com_ter( lockwise to adjust the fimne lower.
  • Page 17 Coo]_waYe Heatproof Glass Ceramic: Can be used fin Aluminum: Medium-weight cookware either surthce or oven cooking. It conducts recommended because it heats quickly heat ve, y slowly and cools ve, y slowly. Check evenly. Most ti)ods brown evenly in nil cookware manufacturer's directions to be sure...
  • Page 18 Grill Component ( on_po,_.'_t Cookto/_ Sy.m-,n_ BeJbre NOTE: Tile grill grate must be preconditioned before ushlg it for tile first time. To pre( ondifion, first wash it in soap and water. Dry with a soft ( loth. Then use a papel towel to apply a small _m_omlt of no-sfi(k ( ooking spray to tile g_ate.
  • Page 19 C;, ill tips •The grill must be preheated to get the grill •Make sure the removable grease collector jar components hot enough to seat the meat and and drip pan are clean and in place befi)re seal in the juices. Preheat the grill fi)r 10 using the grill.
  • Page 20 Grill Component Q. I follow the cooking times suggested, but my Q. When cooking many individual foods, what can I do to insure that foods will cook foods don't get done properly. Is there something wrong with my grill? evenly? When cooking foods of various sizes and A.
  • Page 21 Grill • Trim the excess fat flom tile meat. • Do not leave the cooktop unattended during "preheat" (knobs/urned to "HI") or any cooking" • Before cooking steaks, slash tile fat around time the knobs are turned to "HI" with ti)o(1 g'uide the edges to prevent curling of the meat.
  • Page 22 Vent System Control ( ompo_..'_t Cooktop Sy._.'m The buil_-in xen_ system helps remo_ e cooking vapors, odors and smoke f_om foods prepared on d_e (:ooktop (:omp(ments. To operate the xem s_stem mam_ally turn knob on d_e control panel clockwise to the desired blo_er speed.
  • Page 23 Ca -e and (;leaning Co mpo _e_t {7001"top System BE SURE ELECTRICAL POWER IS OFF Proper care and cleaning are important BEFORE CLEANING ANY COMPONENTS. your Component Cooktop System _dll give you efficient and satisthcto_y se_xice. Follow these directions careflflly to help assure safe and proper maintenance.
  • Page 24 Care and Cleaning ( ompone_g Coof_t@ System Gene al Before you use the cooktop for the first time, K soil, mine_ al deposits tom evaporated water clean the glass surface units with cleaning spills or mere] rub-off flom a]umimm_ ( ookware is no_ _emoved, it will bmn on the cream°...
  • Page 25 Special care Sugary spillovers (such as jellies, fl_dge, candy 1 Turn offall surihce units afti_cted by the spillover. Remove hot pans. syrups) or melted plastics can cause pitting of of the glass the surtace units of your cooktop (not covered surface 2 Wearing an oven mitt, hold the razor scraper by the warramy)
  • Page 26 Care and Cleaning C omponeng Cookt@ S2.stem The burner assembhes shouk] be washed regularly arid afler spillove_ s. Tmn all _omrol knobs _o die off (O) posilion before removing bmner par_s. Allow pm_s to tool before removing. CAUTION: DO NOT OPERATE BURNER WITHOUT ALL BURNER...
  • Page 27 Grill Clean tile grill componem after every use. Do From time to time, you should recondition not put the element into water. It cleans itself grate with no-stick cooking spray. See the Grill component Component section. when heated dinlug normal use. To remove any charred soil, clean with a dry, stiff brush Wash the porcelain...
  • Page 28 Care and Cleaning ( o_npo_e_g Cookto/_ Sy.ste_n Liow to The downdraf_ veto grille and fiber should be Filter clean the (:leaned frequendy-af_er every use is besL Before cleaning d_e _em s) s_em, be sure vent .%stem exhaus_ blower is shin off. To remove parts for cleaning: 1.
  • Page 29 Problem Solver (70mpo_e_l Cooklop Syslem PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE Questions ? Use this COMPONENTS • Difticuhy may be in tile main distribution panel of your house caused ARE NOT by a blown circuit fllse, a tripped circuit breaker, the main tuse or the problem FUNCTIONING main circuit breaker,...
  • Page 30 Problem SoDer POSSIBLE CAUSE PROBLEM Questions Use this DARK STREAKS _ l"2_zof S(l_pel _lr_(] le( ol_?i_?ended cle2H_in_ plocedllle, OR SPECKS ON problem HALOGEN/RADIANT soIver.P COMPONENT AREAS OF Marks from ahm_inum and coppe5 pans as _ell as mineral deposits DISCOLORATION from waler 5)5food can be removed wifi_ Cooktop Cleaning Cream.
  • Page 31 •Fats were not trimmed flom meats prior to cooking. If you need more help...call, toll free: GE Answer Center ® 800.626.2000 consumer information service...
  • Page 32 Notes co,_po_e_t Cooktop _y.ste,_...
  • Page 33 _o ser\{ce _heir own appliances can have pa_{s or act essofies senl dhecfiy Accessories _o fl_eh home. The GE par_s system provides access _o over 47,000 pm_s_.an(] all GE Genuine Renewal Par_s are _k311y war_amed. VISA, Mas_erCard and Dis(over ca_Tds a_Tea( ( ep_ed.
  • Page 34 ((lnta(t)our . Improper installation. dealer or our C(lnsumer Afl_firs office at the address below, or (;all, toll flee: Kvou have an installation problem, contact GE Answer Center ® for providing adequate electrical gas, 800.626.2000 exhausting and other connecting facilities...
  • Page 35 A_pqL I_.sI_ saaueHddv 39 Pl_ce I st (lass Letter Stamp Here GenerM Electric Company Warranty Registration Department P.O. Box :34070 Louis_dlle, KY 40232°4070...
  • Page 36 If you 5_eed this information have questions, 551" need more inli)rl'_littioi) call should you require service. ()ur servk:e the GE Answer Center ® mmfl)er is 800_t44-1845. 800.626°2000. Important: To ensure that your product is registered, fold and mail this form. No envelope is needed.

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