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handle
of a
utensil
should
be positioned
so it is turned
inward,
and
does
not extend
over the
adjacent
surface
elements.
Do Not Soak the Removable
Heating
Elements:
The heating
elements
should
never
be immersed
in water.
Immersing
an element
in
water
would
damage
the insulating
material
inside
the element.
Use
Care
When
Opening
the
Oven
Door:
Let
any
hot
air or steam
escape
before
removing
or
replacing
the food.
Do Not Heat
Unopened
Food
Containers:
The
build-up
of pressure
may cause
a container
to
burst
and result
in an injury.
Keep the Oven
Vent
Ducts
UNOBSTRUCTED:
(located
under
the rear element;
the rear corner
of the cooktop;
between
the oven door and the
control
panel
of wall oven or on the backguard),
Blockage
of the vent prevents
the proper
oven
air circulation
and will affect
the oven
performance.
Avoid touching
the oven vent area
while the oven is on and for several
minutes
Mter the oven is turned
off, Some
parts
of the
vent and the surrounding
area may become
hot
enough
to cause
burns.
Placement
of the
Oven
Racks:
Always
place
the
oven
racks
in the
desired
location
while
the
oven
is cool.
If the
rack
must
be moved
while
hot,
use
care
to avoid
contact
of the potholder
with
the oven
element.
Ventilating
Hoods:
Clean ventilating
hood
frequently
to prevent
grease
from accumulating
on it or its filter. When
"faming"
foods under
the hood,
or if a boilover
results
in an open
flame,
immediately
turn
off the hood's
ventilating
fan. The fan can cause
flame
to
spread.
After flame
is thoroughly
extinguished,
the fan may be turned
on to remove
unpleasant
odor or smoke.
Important
Safety
Notice
and
Warning:
The
California
Safe
Drinking
Water
and
Toxic
Enforcement
Act of 1986
(Proposition
65)
requires
the
Governor
of California
to publish
a
list
of substances
known
to the
State
of
California
to cause
cancer
or reproductive
harm,
and
requires
businesses
to warn
customers
of potential
exposures
to such
substances.
Users
of this
appliance
are
hereby
warned
that
when
the appliance
is engaged
in the
self-clean
cycle
there
may
be
some
low-level
exposure
to
some
of the listed
substances,
including
carbon
monoxide.
Exposure
to these
substances
can
be minimized
by properly
venting
the
appliance
to the outdoors
during
the
self-clean
cycle.
Deep
Fat Fryers:
Use extreme
caution
when
moving
tile grease
kettle
or disposing
of the hot
grease.
Prepared
Food
Warning:
Follow
the food
manufacturer's
instructions.
If a plastic
frozen
food
container
and/or
its
film cover
distorts,
warps
or is otherwise
damaged
during
cooking,
immediately
discard
the
food
and
its container.
The
food
could
be contaminated.
Do Not
Touch
the
Surface
or Oven
Elements,
Areas
Near
the
Elements
or the
Interior
Surfaces
of the
Oven:
The
elements
may
be
hot
even
though
they
are
dark
in color.
The
areas
near
the
surface
elements
and
the
interior
surfaces
of the
oven
may
become
hot
enough
to cause
burns.
During
and
after
use,
do not
touch
or let clothing
or other
flammable
materials
contact
the
heating
elements,
the
areas
near
elements
or the
interior
surfaces
of
oven
until
they
have
had
sufficient
time
to cool.
Among
these
areas
are
the
cooktop,
the
surfaces
facing
the cooktop,
the
oven
vent
opening
and
the
surfaces
near
this
opening,
the
oven
door,
and
the oven
window.
Also,
do not
allow" aluminum
foil,
meat
probes
or any
other
metal
object
(other
than
a pan
on a surface
element)
to contact
the
heating
elements.
Anti-Tip
Bracket
Warning:
To reduce
the risk
of tipping
of the appliance
from
unusual
usage
or by excessive
loading
of the
oven
door,
the
appliance
must
be secured
by a properly
installed
anti-tip
device.
To check
if the
device
is installed
properly,
use
a flastdight
and
look
underneath
the
range
to see
that
one
of the
rear
leveling
legs
is engaged
in the bracket
slot.
When
removing
the appliance
for cleaning,
be
sure
the
anti-tip
dex_ice
is engaged
when
the
range
is replaced.
The
anti-tip
device
secures
the
rear
leveling
leg to the
floor
when
properly
engaged.
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