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COHTEHT$
SAFETY
TO START
THINGS
COOKING
Features of Your Double Oven ......................................... 4
Oven Controls (Upper Oven) .................................................
5
Lower Oven Controls ..................................................................
5
Clock .........................................................................................................
5
Timer ..................................................................................................
5
To Bake ...............................................................................
6, 7
Oven Cooking Tips ...........................
........................................
6
Broiting ........................................................................................
8
Cooking Tips .........................................................
8
Baking ................................................................
9
Roasting ...................................................................
9
Self-Clean Cycle ............................................................
10, 1t
Cleaning Tips .............................................................................
11
Removal of Packaging Tape ...............................................
11
REMOVABLE
PARTS
Before Calling for Service
....................................................
I3
(Upper Oven) ...................................................................
14
Adjustment (Lower Oven) .................... 14
WARRANTY
MODELS
48035, 48039
rlrnor
SE oCA
O
UAL
MNM251(SR10145)

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    COHTEHT$ rlrnor SAFETY TO START THINGS COOKING Features of Your Double Oven ......... 4 Oven Controls (Upper Oven) ..........Lower Oven Controls ..............Clock ......................Timer ....................To Bake ................6, 7 Oven Cooking Tips ..............Broiting ..................Convection Cooking Tips ............
  • Page 2 SAVE THESE[ UHSTRUCTMONS Read allll instructions before using this appliance. Whe. using enectracall applliances, basic safe_y precautions shouUd be fo_Iowed, JncBud_ng following: Teach children not to play with oven knobs _ever store things children might want above an oven. or any other part of the oven. Hever leave children alone or unattended Never...
  • Page 3 _i_iii_iiiiii!iiiii? ,,L_ .._ .... _iiiiiH_iiii"_!i_ _i_!_ _i_ ..i!iiiiii_i _!iii! ABways keep the oven area clear and free Never use your oven for warming heating a room. You could be burned or from things that will burn. seriously injured. Such misuse could C_UT_OH:...
  • Page 4 P@ YANT Never heat unopened food containers. Pressure build- Keep this book for later use. up may make container burst and cause injury. Be sure your oven ts Installed and grounded properly Never leave jars or cans of fat or drippings on or near by a qualified technician.
  • Page 5: Features Of Your Double Oven

    IMPORTANT: The model and serial number of your oven can be found on atag, on the left side of the oven front frame, ELECTRONIC OVEN TOP TRIM CONTROL (SEE PAGE 5) LIGHT SWITCH (USE TO TURN LIGHT ON AND OFF WHEN DOOR IS CLOSED. LIGHT COMES ON WHEN DOOR IS OPENED) OVEN VENT LOCATION...
  • Page 6: Oven Controls (Upper Oven)

    OVEN CONTROL Your doubHe oven has controDs for the upper oven and the lower oven. sure to set the correct control Pads on _he left side of the paneD are for the upper oven. Pads on the right side of the paneR are for the Rower oven, TI]MER...
  • Page 7: To Bake

    OVEN COOKIHG element° Foil used on the oven bottom under the When cooking a food for the first time in your new element may damage the oven surface; therefore, it oven, use time given on recipes as a guide. should not be used. Your new oven has been set correctly at the factory •...
  • Page 8 (Baking continued_ ) BROILItNG NOTE: To remove the reminder tone from a timed function, press and hold the CLEARIOFF Broiling is cooking by direct heat from the broil for approximately 10 seconds. A tone wilt burner. Tender cuts of meat or marinated meat sound when this...
  • Page 9: Broiting

    (Broiling continued ..) UPPER OVEN ONLY PO$1tTHONi , G BROIILER What is Convection Baking? Rack During Convection Baking, the heat comes from an Position Total Time element in the rear of the oven. The Convection Food 4 = HJghes_ (m_nutes) circulates the heated air over and around foods.
  • Page 10: Convection Roasting

    TO SET THE OVEN=" TO SET' DELAYED CONV BAKE: _Upper on_y) 1. Press CONY iBAKEo (To automatically start and stop cooking at later times you have selected.) NOTE: Before setting a timed function, .take sure the clock displays the correct time Press the UP or DOWN arrow pad to set the desired of day.
  • Page 11: Cleaning

    LFoCL AN CYCLE a salt residue that cannot be removed by the clean cycle° If the oven is not clean after one clean cycle, the cycle may be repeated. E;EFORE A CLEAN CYCLE QUESTtIONS ANI# ANSWERS 1, Remove the broil pan and grid, oven racks, all utensils and any foil that may be in the oven.
  • Page 12: Cleaning Tips

    (SeZf-Ctean continued ..) 3, Press STOP TBME. TO SET DELAYED SELFoCL AN: (To au_omaticagly start and stop self-cleaning 4. Press the UP arrow pad to set the time cleaning is to at later times you select.) be completed. The word DIEILAY wilt come on in the display.
  • Page 13 REMOVABLE OVEN DOOR 2, Slide the door down onto the hinges as far as tt will go and close the door. TO remove: 1. Open the door to the stop position (see Illustratton). 2. Grasp the door at each side and lift up and off the hinges.
  • Page 14: Service

    Save time and money --, Check _h_s lis_ before you ca_! for service, To eliminate unnecessary service calls, first, read all the instructions in thiS manual carefully. Then, if you have a problem, always check this list of common problems and possible solutions before you cal! for service. If you do have a problem you cannot ft×...
  • Page 15: Thermostat Adjustments (Upper Oven)

    THERMOSTAT AD#USTMENT$ 4. The temperature can be adjusted up to +35°F hotter or The temperature in your new oven has been set correctly -35°F cooler, Use the UP or DOWN arrow pad to select at the factory, so be sure to follow the recipe temperatures the temperature adjustment youwant, See Fig.
  • Page 16 "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 Oven has added vakJe when you consider that Sears has a service unit near you staffed by Sears trained technicians°., professional technicians specifically trained on Sears appliances, having the parts, tools and equipment to ensure that we meet our pledge to you -- "We Service What We Sell!"...

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