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JKD 910
JTD9_O
www.geappliances.com
164D3333P163
49-8933-1
05-00 JR
350A4502P201

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    GEAppliances Safety Information Anti-Tip Device ....Safety Precautions ..3, 4 Operating lnstructions Control Knob ....JKD 910 Crisping Stale Items ..Drawer ...... JTD9_O Features ..... Moistm'e Selector..... ON Signal Light ....Pans ......Proofing Yeast Bread and Dough ....

  • Page 2: Product Registration

    If you do need service, you can relax knowing help is only a phone call away. A list of toll-free cusu}mer service numbel_ is included in 11aeback secdon of this manual, Or, in the United States, ® you can always call the GE An_ei Center , at 800-626-2000, 24 hem ,'sa day, 7 {lays a week.

  • Page 3: Safety Information Anti-tip Device

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION. READALLINSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING. WARNING! For your safe_ the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss of life. WARNINGANTI-TIP BRACE REOUIRED All warming drawers can tip and injury could result if not properly installed.

  • Page 4

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION. READALLINSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING. WARNING! The purpose of the warming drawer is to hold hot cooked foods at serving temperature. Always start with hot food; cold food cannot be heated or cooked in the warming drawer. N Do not wm=a food in tile warming drawer N Never leave jars or cans of fat drippings for more...

  • Page 5

    Featuresof yourwanningdrawer. Not all features are on all models. Appearance may vary. © FeatureIndex Page Warming DrawerPan Removable for cleaning. Moisture Selector (on back of panel) Use this to keep foods moist or crisp. 6,8,9 Model and Serial Numbers On a label on the right side of the cavity (remove pan to access).

  • Page 6: Controlknob

    In this setting condensationmay occuraround the inside edge of the drawer. Additional Pans An accessory pan kit JXPNI is available Fivecommercial p answith lids (4"deep) from GE at exwa cost. N One largepan(14quarts) _;;Twomedium pans(6quartseach) I;_Twosmafl p ans[3quartseach)

  • Page 7: Rack

    Rack Rack will fit fi'om front to back. Preheat with tlae rock in place. _/Using the rack allows for double stacking of items. Double stackin 9 items with the rack in position. When using the wanning drawer,.. Do not line the warmingdrawer with _ With lapge loads it may be necessmy aluminumfoil.

  • Page 8: Proofing Yeast Bread And Dough

    PROOF. @Close the vent. @l_ightly oil Ilae mp of the &)ugh in a tx)wl lm'ge enough to double Ilae dough size. Cover _dth a cloth. ToCrisp Stale Items _;;; P lace food in low sided dishes or pans.

  • Page 9

    TemperatureSelection Chartfor Moist Foods Tokeepseveral differentfoodshot,set thetemperature to thefoodneeding thehighest s etting. Placetheitemsneeding thehighest s ettingon thebottomof thedraweranditemsneeding less heaton therack. ControlSetting FoodType Mo_turoSe_ctorSetting CLOSED Beef,medium and well done* CLOSED Bread, softrolls CLOSED Casseroles CLOSED Cookedcereal CLOSED Eggs CLOSED Fish,seafood CLOSED Fruit CLOSED...

  • Page 10: Care And Cleaning

    Careand cleaning of the wanning drawer. Be sure the controls are in the OFF position and all surfaces are cool before cleaning any part of the warming drawer. Wanning Drawer Pan Most cleaning can be &)ne Io the pan with the pan in place in the drawer. However, the pan may be removed if further cleaning is needed.

  • Page 11

    Installation of the warming drawer. Read these instructions completely and carefully. Before YouBegin IMPORTANT'.Save these instructions for the NOTE TO CONSUMER:Keep this Owner's Manual and Installation Instructions for local electrical inspector's use. future use. IMPORTANT'.OBSERVE ALL GOVERNING CODES AND ORDINANCES. NOTE: This appliance must be properly grounded.

  • Page 12

    Installation of the warming drawer. Read these instructionscompletely and carefully. Advance Planning N The wmaning drawer may be in.smiled directly N Etecuical power cord is locamd on the fight into awall or wall oven cabinetly. side of the wanning drawer. Locate the outlet wiflain reach of fhe 56"...

  • Page 13: Installation

    Read these instructions completely and carefully. RemovePackaging andParts Partsprovided." Place Ihe drawer on top of the shipping carton to protect the drawer front and the 4 Wood screws finished flooring. Place carton on a flat surlhce, Remove all packing mateiials and rope. Open one end of the carton and lift off 1,mate package containing 4 wood screws the top piece,...

  • Page 14

    Installation of the warming drawer. Read these instructionscompletely and carefully. InstallationBelow Wall Ovens Installation below a single oven 23W' NOTE: Addificealclearance betweencutoutsmay be requiredCheck to be surethat ovensupports abovethe warmingdrawerIocaticedo not obstruct the required interior23½"depthand9¼" height. 2x2 or 2x4anti4ip -- blockagainstrear wall 9"...

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    Read these instructions completely and carefully. ProvideCabinetSupport 2"x 4"orequivalent runners 2" x 4" or equivalent r unners 23W' 23½" 22"_ 27 "! 30'_ IMPORTANt When installed below a single or _The support must be level and ri_dly &)uble oven, check m be sure that any oven mounted, flush wilh lhe bottom edge...

  • Page 16

    Installation of the warming drawer. Read these instructionscompletely and carefully. Step2--Install WarmingDrawer Slide the left corner into opening and push power cord into the hole leading to Ihe outlet location. Thread the cord Ihrough as drawer is being pushed back into the opening.

  • Page 17: Troubleshooting Tips

    Before YouCall ForService... Troubleshooting tips Save time and money! Review the chart on this page first and you may not need to call for service. Possible Causes What To Do A fuse in your home may • Replace the fuse or re_t the circuit breaker.

  • Page 18: Warranty For Customers In U.s

    During this full one-year warranty,, GE wilt also provide, free of charge, all labor and in-home service to replace tim defective part. _ Service trips Io your home to teach you how to...

  • Page 19: In Canada

    GE Will Replace, At No Charge To You: Any part of the wan-aing d,_awer which fails due to a defect in matefials or worla,,anship. During this full one-year warrnnty, GE will also provide, #ee of charge, all labor and in-home service to replace the defective part.

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    Expert GE repair serv'ce is only a phone call away. In Canada, call 1-800-361-3400. Special N eedsService Inthe U.S.: 800-626-2000 GE offers, fi'ee of charge, a brochure to a_,_sis t in planning a bmTier-fi'ee kitchen for pei.'sons with limited mobility. In theU.S.,caII 8OO-TDD-GEAC 1800-833-4322).

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