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ELECTRIC RANGE MODELS CRE9800, CRE9600, CFE9000, CHE9800
USERS GUIDE
KEEPTHESEINSTRUCTIONSFOR FUTUREREFERENCE
MAYI'AG
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  • Page 1 ELECTRIC RANGE MODELS CRE9800, CRE9600, CFE9000, CHE9800 USERS GUIDE KEEPTHESEINSTRUCTIONSFOR FUTUREREFERENCE MAYI'AG...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Future Reference ............Consumer Publications ............Important Safety Instructions ..........Range Control Panel ............Electronic Clock Oven Control ........• Setting Clock Timer ..........Surface Cooking ............7-10 • Using Your Ceramic Glass Surface ........• Cookware Considerations ..........
  • Page 3: For Future Reference

    FOR FUTURE REFERENCE Congratulations your choice Maytag future reference suggest retain this electric range! As you your range we know manual after recording model number will appreciate the many features that provide serial number of this electric range in the...
  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Do Not Water Information in this Safety Instruction section Grease Fires: covers all electric cooking appliances. You may find some information that does pertain Smother the fire or your particular appliance. Please review this flame or use a dry section before...
  • Page 5 handle of a list of substances known to the State utensil should California to cause cancer or reproductive be positioned harm, requires businesses to warn so it is turned customers of potential exposures to such inward, substances. does not extend over the Users of this...
  • Page 6 Additional Information: After appliance On some models, a fan should be heard during self-clean cycle. If not, cancel clean installed, be certain all packing materials cycle call a qualified technician before removed from appliance before operating self-cleaning again. (Refer to the Table unit.
  • Page 7: Range Control Panel

    ELECTRONIC CLOCK AND OVEN CONTROL electronic clock oven control your ibllowing pads found on your Maytag electronic clock and oven control: Maytag rm_ge is used time-of-day clock, timer, bake, broil, delay start self-clean Cancel-Pad functions.
  • Page 8: Setting The Clock And Timer

    Setting the Clock and Timer Clock You may also press this pad to recall the current time of day. For example, if the timer is counting To set time-of-day clock: down in the display, press CLOCK 1. Press CLOCK once. words return the current...
  • Page 9: Surface Cooking

    SURFACE COOKING Using the Controls Suggested Heat Settings Your range is equipped with surface control knobs type of food being cooked determines heat that provide an infinite choice of heat settings from setting. If too hot, food boil over, eggs to High.
  • Page 10: Using Your Ceramic Glass Surface

    Glass ceramic, earthenware, heatproof glass or glazed utensils scratch cooktop are not recommended. four cooking areas on your Maytag range identified permanent patterns ceramic glass surface. There are two large (8-inch) Do not allow plastic, aluminum foil, sugar...
  • Page 11 Hot Surface Light Your ceramic glass range is equipped with a red lower setting. Do not wait for liquid to come to a full Hot Surface Light that will turn on to indicate that boil before reducing temperature. If food cooking surface is hot,...
  • Page 12: Cookware Considerations

    Cookware Considerations Match size of the cookware to an element that Regardless cooking surface used, same diameter of slightly smaller, Avoid cookware materials, construction size using small cookware on a nmch larger element play a large role in cooking performance. Proper reduce energy...
  • Page 13: Using Your Oven

    USING YOUR OVEN Oven Racks Every oven owa, characteristics. find that cooking times temperatures were accustomed to with your previous range oven racks designed with a lock-stop need altered slightly with range. edge to keep the racks from coming completely of the oven when there...
  • Page 14 Preheating measurements marked them. If there Preheating is necessary for proper baking results. measurements, measure inside width It is not necessary broiling or roasting. Allow length of the pan. Cooking times or cooking results the oven to heat until the desired oven temperature be affected...
  • Page 15: Baking Chart

    Baking Chart find these guidelines helpful when comparing baking times, temperatures oven rack positions of commonly baked loods, Product & Type Pan Size Rack Position* Temperature Time** (Minutes) Cake 2,3or4 350 ° Chocolate, layers 30-35 9" 2,3or4 350 ° 30-35 Yellow, two layers 9"...
  • Page 16: Baking

    Common Baking Problems and Causes If you have carefully followed basic instructions still experience poor results, these suggestions be helpful. Problem Problem Cause CEtuse Excessive little leavening. Slow baking Baking or roasting time short. shrinkage. Overmixing. or roasting. Temperaturc too low. too large.
  • Page 17: Roasting

    Roasting Roasting is the method for cooking large, tender Place meat side-up on a rack in a shallow cuts of meat uncovered, without adding moisture. roasting pan. Placing meat on a rack holds o£ Ihe drippings, thus allowing better heat circulation for even cooking.
  • Page 18: Broiling

    Broiling before cooking also draws juices of the Broiling is a method of cooking used tender meat, causing dryness. steaks, chops, hamburgers, chicken, fish, some fruits vegetables. food placed Never leave a soiled broiler in the oven after directly under the elelnent.
  • Page 19: Delay Start Oven Cooking

    Delay Start Oven Cooking delay start cooking feature is used to turn To Bake By Time oven on and offat a preset time of day. This feature (with immediate start): used delay start of any cooking 1. Place food in the oven.
  • Page 20: Bake By Time

    To Bake By Time Example: (with delayed start): Food is to cook for 2-112 hours at 350°F. 1, Place food in the oven. wish food to be cooked by 6:00. 2. Press COOK TIME pad. words Set Cook Time wil! flash in the display.
  • Page 21: Care And Cleaning

    CARE AND CLEANING WARNING- Before cleaning, be certain all the Tips to Protect the Cooktop elements are turned off and the range is cool. Do not allow utensils to boil dry. This could cause permanent damage to the cooktop. Ceramic Glass Surface To prevent scratches abrasions...
  • Page 22: Oven Door

    Oven Door To Replace Door Grasp the oven door at each side, align the slots place excessive weight open oven door with hinge arms slide door door or stand on an open oven door in sonie down onto hinge arms until door cases,...
  • Page 23: Self-Clean Oven

    Self-Clean Oven self-clean oven uses temperatures above self-clean oven finish or around any part of the oven. normal cooking temperatures to automatically clean the entire oven. The separate clean cycle To prevenl damage, do not clean or rub eliminates soil completely or reduces it to a gray gasket...
  • Page 24 To prevent damage to the door lock lever, the oven. do not force door open when word Lock displayed. more information on cleaning your Maytag range, refer to the cleaning chart pages PAGE 22...
  • Page 25: Range Cleaning Chart

    Range Cleaning Chart Cleaning Agents* Many different cleaning agents recommended various parts of the range. following brand names help to make appropriate selection: Mild abrasive cleaners such Ami, Soft Scrub, Keepers Friend, Cameo. Mild liquid sprays such Fantastik, Formula 409. Glass cleaner such...
  • Page 26: Range Cleaning Chart

    Range Cleaning Chart (continued) Parts Cleaning Agents Directions Glass • Soap water AVOid "klSini_ exeessiv_ _AIIIOI.IIIIS Ol" Dgate[ which lIlay seep llnder • Oven Window/[)oor • Glass cleaner hehind glass. Metal Finishes • Soap and water 1)o noI oven cleaner or abrasive agents.
  • Page 27: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE Adjusting the Oven Thermostat Leveling Legs After using your oven first times, it may Some floors level. proper baking, your seem hotter cooler than your previous oven. range must level. leveling legs located Oven thermostats, over a period ofycars_ drift on each corner...
  • Page 28: Light Replacement

    Light Replacement To Replace Oven Light Very carefully unscrew lens cover with a dry Before replacing oven panel light bulb, potholder to prevent possible harm to hands, then disconnect power to range. Be sure the bulb very carefully remove bulb with range parts...
  • Page 29: Before You Call For Service

    BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE Check these points if... Part or all of your electric range does • good cookwareibakeware of the proper size used? operate • Is the range plug loose or disconnected from • using a tested recipe from a reliable electrical...
  • Page 30 Fault Codes During Normal Oven Cooking Your range is equipped with electronic control featuring built-in, self-diagnostic software. This If a fault code appears display, press software continuously monitors control CANCEL reprogram cooking ensure safe proper operation, If the software operation. fault code reappears,...
  • Page 31: Range Warranty

    Maytag Customer Service A division of Maytag Corporation P.O, 2370 Cleveland, 37311 1-800-688-9900 CANADA 1-800-688-2002 When contacting Maytag Customer Service be sure to include...

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