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KitchenAid KEBS277W Use And Care Manual

Electric 27" built-in thermal-convection single and double self-cleaning ovens
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Single and Double Self-Cleaning
Models KEBS277W and KEBS177W



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  • Page 1 tche _kud T£te__..ic 2 7" Buit?-In e _nal_Convec_ion[ Single and Double Self-Cleaning Ovens Models KEBS277W and KEBS177W USE and CARE GUIDE...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Page Important Safety Instructions ....Your purchase of a KitchenAid You Are Responsible For ..... ThermaI-ConvectionTM Oven allows Ownership Registration ..... you to expand your present methods Built-In Oven Features ..... of cooking and at the same time Using The Oven ......
  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions 1. Read all instructions before using the oven. 2. Install or locate the oven only in accordance with the provided Installation Instructions. It is recommended that the oven be installed by a qualified installer. The oven must be properly connected grounded to electrical...
  • Page 4: You Are Responsiblefor

    Before self-cleaning the oven, remove broiler pan, broiler grid, oven racks and other utensils. Do not use your oven to clean miscellaneous parts. Do not store things children might want above the oven. Children could be burned or injured while climbing on it.
  • Page 5: Ownership Registration

    Ownership Registration Please fill out and mail your Ownership Registration Card packed with the product. This card will enable us to contact you in the unlikely event of a product safety notification and assist us in complying with the provisions of the Consumer Product Safety Act.
  • Page 6: Built-In Oven Features

    Built-ln Oven Features Oven vent Oven lock Control latch panel Lock lever cover panel Instruction plate Broiler Temperature element probejack Convection element Oven rack guides Gasket Serial number plate Self-clean oven Bake element Window Door °lllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIlllllllllllll _,lo 1 Door handle Self-clean lower...
  • Page 7 Double Oven Control Panel Lower oven Meat thermometer Electronic Auto time/ Upper oven clock manual switch cycle light cycle light control Lower I Lower oven Oven Start Stop J Upper oven I button button selector oven I temperature light selector control switch Time...
  • Page 8: Using The Oven

    Using the Oven The Display Window will continue show "TIMER" and the selected time will begin counting down. At the end of the timed period, "'TIMER" will appear in the Display Window flash rapidly and a tone will sound for 3 seconds, after which an intermittent tone will sound until the Minute...
  • Page 9: Single/Upper Oven Controls

    Single/Upper Oven Controls The single/upper oven is a thermal- convection oven. The four heating elements (one on bottom, one at rear and two on top) and a circulation fan are used in various combinations to bake, convection bake, convection cook, broil, convection broil, dehydrate BROIL - The top element(s), as set by (page 22) and defrost (page 22).
  • Page 10: Lower Oven Controls

    Lower Oven Controls (For Double Ovens) The lower oven isa thermal oven which can be used for broiling, baking and roasting. It has two controls- a Selectorand a Temperature Control. Both must be set for the oven to work. CONVECTION BAKE - The bottom element andoutertopelement operate a tfullpower andglowred whenever heating.
  • Page 11: Preheating The Oven

    IMPORTANT: The lower oven will not Baking operate while the upper oven is being (Single/Upper or Lower Oven), cleaned, and the upper oven will not Convection Baking operate while the lower oven is being (Single/Upper Oven) cleaned. If an attempt is made to clean Or Convection Cooking both ovens at the same time, neither...
  • Page 12 When threeracks areused in one • When baking three sheets of cookies at one time, each sheet should be oven, p lace onestraight r ack in removed when the desired degree of position 4,thehighest position or the farthest fromthebottom; t heother doneness is reached.
  • Page 13 Using aluminum foil correctly in the oven: • Use aluminum foil to catch spillovers from pies or casseroles. Electrical Shock Or • Place the foil on the oven rack Fire Hazard below the rack with the food. The • Do not allow foil to touch the foil should have the edges turned heating...
  • Page 14: Roasting And Convection Roasting

    Common baking problems: Roasting The following information will help if (Single/Upper or Lower Oven) you are having baking problems. Convection Roasting Cakes burn on the sides when: (Single/Upper Oven) • There were too many pans or the 1. Arrange the oven racks in the pans were too large for the oven.
  • Page 15 • Roasts will be easier to carve if • After reading the thermometer once, push it further into the meat 1/2inch allowed to stand 10 to 15 minutes after removal from the oven. or more and read again. If the temperature drops, return the meat to the oven for more cooking.
  • Page 16 Convection roasting chart: Selectorset to CONVECTION BAKE. Roast at oven temperature of 300°F. ** Preheat not needed. APPROXIMATE APPROXIMATE MINUTES MEAT THERMOMETER MEAT WEIGHT PER POUND TEMPERATURE Beef • rolled rib 3 - 5 Ibs. 23 - 25 140°F rare 150°F medium 170°F...
  • Page 17: Temperature Probe

    What happens during this Temperature Probe selection? (Single/Upper Oven) The oven will begin heating. The The temperature probe is the most heating elements will cycleon and off accurate guide to the degree of to maintain proper temperature. The doneness of meat. Use it when rear convection fan will come on in roasting any type of meat or poultry.
  • Page 18: Broiling And Convection Broiling

    Broiling IMPORTANT: To prevent accidental locking, the Oven Lock Lever should (Single/Upper or Lower Oven) always be unlocked (positioned to the Convection Broiling far left) except when the Selector and (Single/Upper Oven) Temperature Control are in the CLEAN I. Arrange the oven racks in the mode.
  • Page 19 Broiling chart: Selector set to BROIL or CONVECTION BROIL. The recommended rack position is numbered lowest (1) to highest (4). FLAT TEMPERATURE APPROXIMATE RACK CONTROL TOTAL TIME FOOD POSITION SETrlNG (MINUTES) Steak, 1"thick • rare BROIL 8 - 10 • medium BROIL I 0 - 12 •...
  • Page 20: Automatic Time Cooking

    Lower oven - Turn the Selector Automatic Time Cooking to TIME BAKE and set the Automatic time cooking allows you to Temperature Control to the desired turn the oven on and off automatically. temperature. The starting time can be set for now Check to see that the electronic or later in the day.
  • Page 21 What happens during this been programmed to start now. selection? "AUTO" will flash in the Display • The oven will come on at the time Window if the Automatic Time selected and maintain the Cooking cycle has been programmed to start later. "'AUTO'" temperature set on the Temperature Control until the selected stop time.
  • Page 22: Dehydrating

    Defrosting Dehydrating (Single/Upper Oven) (Single/Upper Oven) Your KitchenAid Thermal-Convection 1. Place frozen food on baking sheet. 2. Turn the Selector to CONVECTION Oven can be used to dehydrate fruits COOK. and vegetables. 1. Prepare food as recommended. IMPORTANT: Do not turn the 2.
  • Page 23: Care And Cleaning

    Control Knobs a higher temperature (850°F - 900°F), the soil is burned off. IMPORTANT: Make sure all the Your KitchenAid oven offers a control knobs either point to the OFF variable time Self-Clean cycle to give position, or are turned fully you excellent flexibility when self- counterclockwise.
  • Page 24 2. Remove a llitems andtheoven IMPORTANT: The lower oven will racks fromtheoven. I t is not operate while the upper oven is recommended thattheovenracks being cleaned, and the upper oven will beremoved a stheywill discolor not operate while the lower oven is anddarken during theSelf-Clean being cleaned.
  • Page 25 Startingthe automatic self-clean c ycle: I. Follow steps under "Before starting a self-clean cycle.'" 2. Check to see that the electronic clock is set to the correct time of day If not, reset to the correct time following the instructions on page 8.
  • Page 26 Extending the automatic "'AUTO" will flash in the Display Window until the Self-Clean cycle self-clean cycle: If your oven is excessively dirty and begins. Once the cycle is in requires longer cleaning time, the progress, "AUTO" will appear Automatic Self-Clean cycle can be continuously.
  • Page 27: Adjusting The Temperature Control

    To return oven to regular use after Adjusting The Temperature a self-clean cycle: Control 1. Slide the Oven Lock Lever all the You may find the oven temperature to way to the left. be lower or higher than you are used 2.
  • Page 28: Oven Ughts - Operation/Replacement

    2. Unscrew lens from housing. 3. Unscrew light bulb and replace with special bulb (Part No. 4173175) available from KitchenAid dealer or servicing outlet. 4. Replace the lens. 5, Turn the power back on at the main power supply.
  • Page 29: Removing And Replacing An Oven Door

    Oven Door Fronts The front door glass can be changed to match your kitchen decor. The following front kits are available from your KitchenAid dealer: White Glass (Kit No. 3177770), and Almond Glass (Kit No. 3177772). Two kits are required for a double oven. These kits include easy installation instructions.
  • Page 30: For Service Or Assistance

    In the event you are unable to 1. If your oven should fail to operate, obtain the name of a local review the following list before authorized KitchenAid servicer, call calling your dealer. You could save KitchenAid Customer Relations, the cost of a service call.
  • Page 31: 1989 Kitchenaid, Inc

    FROM DATE OF the oven. materials or workmanship. INSTALLATION, Service must be provided by 2. Instruct you how to use an authorized KitchenAid the oven. servicing outlet. 3. Replace house fuses or correct house wiring. SECOND THROUGH Replacement parts for the...

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