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Safety
Injormation
Oven
..................
3-,>
Sat}. ly Precautions
........
?,-5
S(If-(_leaMng
()v(n
.......
2, 5
Operating
It_tru_Cions
Clo(k
and Timer
. ..........
9
Oven
.................
6-18
Oven Thermostat
..........
16
Sabbath
Featmc
........
14, 15
S( lt-Cleaning
..........
17, 18
Sp( cial F(atu res ........
11-13
Timed
Baking
and Roasting
. .10
Care
and
Cleaning
Broiler
P_m mM Grid
.......
20
Comrol
Panel
............
20
Glass Surtimes
............
20
I t( afing
Elemem
..........
19
Liti-()tl'Oven
Door
. .......
19
()x(n
Light
..............
21
Palm( d Surth( es
..........
20
Shelves
..................
20
Stainl(ss
S_eel Surfi_ces
.....
21
Troubleshooting
Tips...22-24
Consumer
Support
Product
Rcgistradon
.....
25, 26
Servi( e T('lepho):e
Numbers
.........
Back Cov(r
Warranly
................
27
Write the model and serial
numbers here:
Model #
Serial #
You (an find them
on a label
on
tile front
of' the lower oven
behind
tile
O_,'ell
dool',
.#¬ĘP 15
164D4290P365
49-80213
06-03 JR

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    www.GEAppliances.com Safety Injormation Oven ....3-,> Sat}. ly Precautions ..?,-5 .#¢P 15 S(If-(_leaMng ()v(n ..2, 5 Operating It_tru_Cions Clo(k and Timer ... Oven ....6-18 Oven Thermostat ..Sabbath Featmc ..14, 15 S( lt-Cleaning ..17, 18 Sp( cial F(atu res ..

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION. READALLINSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING. WARNING! For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize flTe risk of fire or explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss of life. IMPORTANT SAFETY N OTICE The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act requires the Governor of California to publish a list of substances known to the state to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm, and requires businesses to warn customers of potential exposure to such substances.

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    ww_.GEAppliances.com SAFETY P RECAUTIONS When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should be followed, including the following. N Us_ this applian_ c oMv [in' its intcn& N Ahvavs k(_p combustible wall coveting, putpos( as described in this Owner's cmlains or drapes a safe distance from Mamml.

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION. READALLINSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING. WARNING! SAFETY P RECAUTIONS _XFor y..,ur sah'tx, n(_'er use your appliance _2 Do not touch the heating elements or th( it:tailor sut [i_c( of the oven. These surfi_c(s ibr warming or headng the rOOnL may be hot enough m butn exert though...

  • Page 5

    ww_.GEAppliances.com COOK MEAT ANDPOULTRY THOROUGHLY... Cookmeat and poultry fl?oroughly--wTeat t o at least an INTERNAL temperatureof 160°Eand poultry to at least an INTERNAL temperatureof 180% Cookingto fl?esetemperaturesusuallypmtects against foodborneillness. SELF-CLEANING OVEN _EBefk:re selFcleaning, lheoven, remow file _E Do not clean tile door gasket.

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    Usingthe oven controls. Throughout this manual, features and appearance may vary from your model. TIME CONTROLS BAKE OvenControl,Clockand TimerFeatures andSettbgs DELAYSTART Pad BAKEPad Prtss this pad to s(lect 111(bak( thnclion. [ s( along ',',ith COOKING TIME or SELF CLEAN pads to s(I th( ov(n to stair mid s _l _ _t n_li(_ tin(...

  • Page 7

    Usingthe oven. www.GEAppliaeces.oom To avoid possible bums, place the shelves in the desired position before you turn the oven on. NOTE: 30" ovens (shown) have 7 shelf positions. 24" and 27" ovens have 4 shelf positions. Before yon begin.., The shelves haw stop-locks, so that when To remove a shelf, pull il towar(1 you, placed corr('ctly on the supports, they will...

  • Page 8

    Usingthe oven. How to Set the Oven for Broiling Press the BROILHI/LOpad once for Place th( meat or fish on Ill< broil(r HIBroil. grid in the broiler pan. 'Ib change to LOBroil, press the Follo,,_ su%est( d sh( 1t positions iu the Broiling Guide.

  • Page 9

    Usingthe clock and timer, ww .CEA .lia.co .com To Set the Clock dock must be set to the correct time t)re_s th{ CLOCKpad. otday fbr tile uut(nnntic t)_,ell timing Press the HOUR and MIN + or - finlctions to work prop_ rl}. "File time of l)_(ls Io s(I the lime el da}.

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    Usingthe timed baking and masting features. NOTE: Foods that spoil easily-such as milk, eggs, fish, stuffings, poultry and pork-should not be allowed to sit for more than I hour before or after cooking. Room temperature promotes the growth of harmful bacteria. Be sure that flTe oven light is off because heat from flTe bulb will speed harmful bacteria growth.

  • Page 11

    Special features of your oven control, www.GEAppliances.com Your new touch pad contro! has additional features that you may choose to use. The following are the features and how you may activate them. The special feature modes can only be activated while the display is showing the time of day They remain in flTecontrol's memory until the steps are repeated.

  • Page 12

    Specialfeaturesof yourovencontrol Tones at the End of a Timed Cycle At the end of a timed cycle,3 short beeps will Press the KITCHEN TIMER ON/OFF sound followed by one beep every 6 seconflsuntil pad. Th( display shows CON BEEP tile ClEAR/OFF pad is pressed Thiscontinuous 6 ((onthmous bcq)).

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    ww_z.GEAppliances.com Cook and Hold ! iiiiii!i! ii! !i ili ii!iii! i i i!iii Yournew central has a cook and hold feature #_at F'ress the COOKING TIME pad. keepscooked feeds warm for up to 3 hours after The display will show Hid OFE the cooking fnnctien is finished Press the COOKING TIME pad again 'Ib activate this tbam ru, lollow tile steps...

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    Using the Sabbath Feature. (Designed for use on the Jewish Sabbath and Holidays.) (Onsomemodels) The Sabbath feature can be used for baking/roasting only. It cannot be used for broiling, self-cleaning, or Delay Start cooking. NOTE: The oven light comes on automatically (on some models) when the door is opened and goes off when the door is closed.

  • Page 15

    www..GEAppliances.com How to Exit the Sabbath Feature Press lh_ CLEAR/OFFl)ad" Pre_s lhe START pad. ]t lhe °v( n is (°°king , wait fi_)r NOTE: If a power outage o(ctlrre(I while ;1random delay 1)_riod of the ()veil was in Sabbath mode, the (p,ell al)l)roximat(,l ? 3() suconds Io will mltomatically...

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    Adjust the oven thermostat--Do it yourself! You may find that your new oven cooks differently than the one it replaced. Use your new oven for a few weeks to become more familiar with it. If you still think your new oven is too hot or too cold, you can adjust the thermostat yourse!_ Do not use thermometers, such as those found in grocery stores, to check the temperature setting of your oven.

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    Usingthe self-cleaning oven. ww GEA ,.,co,.com The oven door must be closed and all controls must be set correctly for the cycle to work properly, Before a Clean Cycle Theovenmustbe cool#7orderto set the abrasives 110[ liSt ()_,'t ii cl(_llel-s, self-clean cycle Clean lh( top, sitl(s and outskl( of the door...

  • Page 18

    Usingthe self-cleaning oven. The oven door must be closed and aft controls must be set correctly for the cycle to work properly, How to Delay the Start of Cleaning The door lock,, automaficall}. The displa? Press the SELFCLEAN p_,d. will sho',_ the start time. It will llOt be HOUR and MIN+ Isingth_ po,,sible...

  • Page 19

    Care and cleaning of the oven. GEAppliances.com Be sure electrical power is off and aft surfaces are cool before cleaning any part of the oven. How to RemovePackaging Tape Apply with a soft cloth and allow to s(_lk. 'Ii_ assure no damage is (lone to the finish Wipe dl 3 and then appl 3 an appliance of"...

  • Page 20

    Care and cleaning of the oven. Broiler Pan & Grid Donotcleanthebroilerpanor gdd #7 a self- If tbod has burned on, sprinkle the grid cleaning oven with detergent while hot and cover with wet paper towels or a dishcloth. Soaking .Yl_er 1)roiling, rcmove tim broiler pan After broiling, remove the broiler the pan will remove bu rned-on foods.

  • Page 21

    www.GEAppliances.com Stainless Steel Sudaces (onsomemodels) Donotusea steel-wool p ad,it will scretch Apl)l ) clean(r with a damp sponge. fi_esurface Ls( _,dean, hot, dmnp cloth to rcmove cleanen Dry with a d_% clean cloth. To clean tile stainl_ ss,_steel surtime, Always scrub lightly ill tile dir(ction a hot, danlp cloth xdth a mild detelgent tile gcdin.

  • Page 22

    Beforeyoucall forservice... Troubleshooting tips Save time and money! Review the charts on the fo!lowing pages first and you may not need to cal! for service. Possible Causes What To Do You forgot to enter * Pr+ss the BAKE pad and dcsir+ d tCml}craturc or the bake temperatm'e SELF CLEAN...

  • Page 23

    wt4mzGEAppliances.com Possible Causes What ToDo Oven thermostat • Scc tlw Adjust the oven thermostat--Do it yourselfl needs adjustment, s(ction. A fu_ hi your home may '. I_cpla( c th( fuse or r( s(t the (ircuit I)r( ak( t: be blwaaa or the circuit breaker tripped.

  • Page 24

    Beforeyoucall forservice... Troubleshooting tips Possible Causes What To Do You have a function * Pre_ tht" CLEAR/OR: p ad. Allow tht" ovcn to cool f_n" error code. one houl: Put th( ovcn ba(k into operation. If the function * Disconnect all power to the oven for at least 30 code repeats, s(COlldS and then r_ connect...

  • Page 25

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  • Page 26

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  • Page 27

    Anypattof the (wen which iidls due to a def_ ct in materials or workmanshilx During this full one-year warranty, GE will also pr(_',id,._,free of charge, _dl labor and in-laome sc_vice to l-cl)l_l_e the dcff.cliw. [:,art. i_i _ Service trips to your home to teach you how to...

  • Page 28

    _lll ages, sizes mid Calmbililies. x,\k' recognize the need to design tor a wide l_lnge ol phy',ical mid mental abilities and impainnenl,,. For details of GE's Univel_,al I)esign applications, including kitchen design ideas tot people with disabilities, ch(ck out our Webs[re toda}.

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