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Control Knobs; Oven Door - Kenmore 911.95479 Owner's Manual

30" radiant self-cleaning free-standing range
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You may feel that your new oven
cooks differently
than the oven it
replaced.
We recommend
that you
use your new oven a few weeks to
! become more familiar with it, following
the times given in your recipes as a
guide.
If you think your new oven is too hot
(burning
foods) or not hot enough
(foods are undercooked)
you can
adjust the temperature
yourself. The
appearance
and texture of foods is a
better indicator of oven accuracy
than
an oven thermometer
to check the
temperature
setting of your new oven.
These thermometers
can vary by 20-
40 degrees.
In addition, the oven door
must be opened to read these
thermometers.
Opening the door wil!
change the temperature
of the oven.
To decide
how much to change the
temperature,
set the oven
temperature
25 degrees higher (if
foods are undercooked)
or 25
degrees
lower (if foods are burning)
than the temperature
in your recipe,
then bake. The results of this "test"
should give you an idea of how much
the temperature
should be changed.
t o While the control knob is in the off
position, press and hold, at the
same time, the HOUR
UP and
DOWN
arrow pads until the
display shows a two digit number.
2, Press the HOUR
UP arrow pad to
increase the temperature
from the
original setting up to +35 ° F hotter.
OF
Press the MOU_
I#OW_
arrow
pad to decrease
the temperature
from the original setting down to
-35" F cooler.
3. When this adjustment
has been
made the display will return to the
time of day.
This adjustment
will remain in memory
until these steps are repeated,
and a
new temperature
is selected.
It will
remain in memory even after a power
failure.
This adjustment
will not affect the Broil
or Clean temperatures,
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