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CONTENTS
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USE AND CARE
Your Range and Its Features ............. _ ....................... 6
Removal of Packaging Tape ......................................
7
Cooktop Cooking .....................................................
7-9
Oven Cooking Tips ...............................................
9,10
Oven Controls ......................................................
11.13
To Set BAKE .............................................................
11
To Sat TIMED BAKE ........ :........................................
11
To Set ROAST ...........................................................
12
Tips ..............................................................
13
The Self-Clean Cyole ................................................
14
CLEANING
Cleaning Tips ......................................................
15, 15
Removable Parts .................................................
17, 18
BEFORE
CALLING
FOR SERVICE
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21
WARRANTY
MODELS
95649, 95645
SEARS
Kenmore
USE • CARE • SAFETY
MANUAL

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    SEARS Kenmore CONTENTS SAFETY ,.., ,,,o,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,*°°o°,,o,,.1.,*,,,°o,°, ,,,,°o°o,.,..**o**°**,,°ooo,, 1°5 USE AND CARE Your Range and Its Features ..... _ ....... 6 Removal of Packaging Tape ........Cooktop Cooking ............. Oven Cooking Tips ..........9,10 Oven Controls ............11.13 To Set BAKE .............
  • Page 2 I kWARNING • ALL RANGES CAN TIP • INJURY TO PERSONS COULD RESULT • INSTALL ANTI-TIP DEVICE PACKED WITH RANGE • SEE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS STABILITY DEVICE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR BRACKET NO. 342473 TOOLS NEEDED: Phillips head screwdriver 1 _8" open end or adjustable wrench Bracket attaches to floororwallto hold either right or left Determine whether you will anchorthe bracket to the...
  • Page 3: Safety

    IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR SAFETY SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Read all Instructions before using this appliance. When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should be followed, Including the following: Teach children not to play with range knobs or any other part of the range. Never leave children alone or unat- tended where a range is In use.
  • Page 4 To insure safety for yourself and your home, please read your Owner's Manual carefully. Keep it handy for quick easy reference. Pay close attention to the safety sections of your manual. You can recognize the safety sections by looking for the _ symbol or the word "Safety."...
  • Page 5 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Keep this book for later use. are (:lark In color. The glass surface of the cooktop will retain heat after the controls are turned off. Be sure your range Is Installed and grounded properly by a qualified technician.
  • Page 6 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (continued) COOKTOP GREASE FIRE READ UNDERSTAND Never pick a flaming THIS INFORMATION NOW! an!! Instead: 1. Turn off the element. 2. Smother fire with Should you ever need it, you will tightly fitting pan lid, baking soda or an not have time for reading.
  • Page 7: Your Range And Its Features

    YOUR RANGE OVEN TEMP. CLOCK AND O_EN SF.T OVEN INDICATOR UGHT TIMER (Sea pages KNOB See pages (Glows when oven Is turned 11-13 & 2t) 1t & 12) (See pages Turns off when oven'is 11-14) I; see page 10) OVEN LIGHT COOKTOP KNOBS 8WITCH ®...
  • Page 8: Removal Of Packaging Tape

    REMOVAL OF PACKAGING TAPE: To remove adhesive left from packing tape and ensure you do not damage the finish of your new appliance, use an application of household liquid dish washing detergent, mineral o11, o r cooking o11. Apply wlth soft cloth and allow to soak.
  • Page 9 TO START THINGS COOKING (cont.) HOME CANNING TIPS In surface cooking of foods other than canning, the use of large-diameter pots (extending more than 1" beyond edge of cooking zone) is not recommended. However, when canning with water-bath or pressure canner, large-diameter pots may be used.
  • Page 10: Oven Cooking Tips

    QUESTIONS & ANSWERS When the timer has counted down to"0",a buzzer willsound Q. Can I use special cooking equipment, like an oriental alerting you the time is up. Tum the Timer hand to Off. wok, on any of the cooking elements? A.
  • Page 11 OVEN COOKING BAKING GENERAL RuLEs (continued} • Do not lock the oven lock/unlock handle while Always follow recipe carefully. baking. The oven lock/unlock handle Is used for Measure Ingredients properly. self-clean only. Use proper pan and rack placement to obtain the best cooking results.
  • Page 12: Oven Controls

    OVEN CONTROLS 3. Push In and turn the STOP BAKE: TIME KNOB to the time you sat the OVEN SET KNOB to BAKE for baking. want the oven to stop cooking. SSt the OVEN TEMP KNOB tothedeslredtempera- lure for baking. OVEN SET OVEN •...
  • Page 13: To Set Roast

    ROASTING OVEN CONTROLS (continued) Roasting Is cooking tender cuts o1meats with dry heat. It TO SET OVEN AUTOMATIC ON/OFF: Is not necessary to preheat your oven before roasting. 1. Be sure the clock Is showing the correct time of day. OVEN SET GENERAL ROASTING...
  • Page 14: Broiling Tips

    BROILING POSITIONING BROILER BROILING TIPS Broiling Is cooking by direct heat from the broil element. Tender cuts of meat or marinated meat should be se- Please note: lected for broiling. For best results steaks and chops should be at least 3/4" thick. Your oven door should be open to the broil After placing food on the broiler pan, put the pan on an oven...
  • Page 15: The Self-Clean Cyole

    THE SELF-CLEAN CYCLE (3 HOURS. NORMALCLEANTIME) BEFORE A CLEAN CYCLE DOORPANEL GASKET 1. Remove the broiler pan and grid, oven racks, all utensits and any foil that may be in the oven. Do not try to clean utensils or any other objects In the oven during a self-clean cycle.
  • Page 16: Cleaning Tips

    CLEANING TIPS On the following pages, all removable parts on your range are shown. Refer to those pages when cleaning your range. Warm water, a mild detergent and a soft cloth are safe to use on all cleanable parts of your range. Do not use metal. scouring pads, except where recommended.
  • Page 17 GLASS-CERAMIC COOKTOP CLEANING Cleaning of glass-ceramic cooktop is different from cleaning a standard porcelain finish. To maintain and protect the surface of your new glass-ceramic cooktop follow these basi c steps. DAILY CLEANING: 3. With the spill In a cool area, use a dry paper towel to Use only Cook Top Clea nlng Creme®on Glass-Ceramic.
  • Page 18: Removable Parts

    REMOVABLE KNOBS REPLACING OVEN LIGHT MOLDED GLASS _IER SPRING CLIP All control knobs may be removed for easy cleaning by pulling the knob straight off the stem. Be sure that the GLASS knob Is in the OFF position before removal. COVER Hint: Slip a thin cloth (such as a handkerchief) or a piece Be sure that the light switchis...
  • Page 19 REMOVABLE OVEN RACKS To remove: 1. Open the door to the stop position (see IllustraUon). 2. Grasp the door st each aide and Iltt up and off the hinges. DO NOT lift the door by the handle. BUMPED-IN NOTE: When the door is removed and hinge arms RACK GUIDES are at stop position,...
  • Page 20: What To Do Before Calling For Service

    BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE DON'T CALL FOR SERVICE POSSIBLE CAUSE PROBLEM UNTIL YOU CHECK • Tiny scratches are not removable and do Use of incorrect cleanlng ma- • TINY SCRATCHES terials not affect cooking. In time, the scratches OR ABRASIONS will become smoother and less visible.
  • Page 21 BEFORE CALLING SERVICE (CONTINUED) DON'T CALL FOR SERVICE UNTIL YOU CHECK PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE • Thermostat CallbraUon See adjustments described following this • OVEN TEMPERA- section. TURESEEMS INACCURATE • This Is normal operation of a • Fan should turn OFF after the Internal com- •...
  • Page 22: Temperature Adjustments

    "DO IT YOURSELF" TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENTS To adjust knob: You may feel that your new oven cooks differently than the oven It replaced. We recommend that you use your 1. Turn OVEN SET KNOB to "OFF" and remove the new oven a few weeks to become more familiar with It, knob by pulling straight off.
  • Page 23 ' We Service What We Sell" Is our assurance to you that you can depend on Sears for service because Sears service Is nationwide. • Your Kenmore Range has added value when yo u consider that Sears has a ssrvlce unit near you staffed by Sears trained technicians.., profssslonsl technicians speclfl.cally trelned on Sears appliances, having the parts, tools and equipment to ensure that we meet ou r pledg_ to you -- "We Service What We Sell!"...

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