Do not place excessive weight on an open oven
door or stand on an open oven door as, in some
cases, it could damage the door, cause the range
to tip over and possibly injnre the user.
the oven door, allow steam and
hot air to escape before reaching
into the oven to
check, add or remove food.
Open the door to the first stop position (opened
about 4-6 inches) and grasp the door with both
hands at each side. Do not use the door handle
to lift the door. Lift up evenly until the door
clears the hinge arms.
Grasp the door at each side, align the slots in the
door with the hinge arms and slide the door
dowm onto the hinge arms until it is completely
seated on the hinges,
Do not attempt to open or dose the door until
the door is completely seated on the hinge am_s.
Never turn the oven on unless the door is
proper b, in place. When baking, be sure the door
is completely closed. Your baking msults rill be
affeeted if the door is not securely closed.
The storage drawer at the bottom of the range is
a safe and convenient plaee for storing metal and
glass eookware. Do not store plastic, paperware,
food or flammable material in this drawer.
l'lemove the drawer to dean under the range.
the drawer then pull it out to the first
Lift up the front of the drawer and
pull it to the seeond stop position.
sides and lift up and out to remove the drawer.
The plastic drawer liner can then be removed
from the storage drawer for easier cleaning.
Fit the ends of the drawer glides onto the rails.
Lift up the drawer front and gently push in to
the t3rst stop position. Lift up the drawer again
and continue to slide the drawer to the dosed
Your range is equipped
with seven (7) type "P"
fi2ses. The rises are located on the back wall.
Remove the storage drawer for access to the
If part of your range does not operate,
see ira filse has blown. A gap in the fuse strip or a
a blown fuse. Replace
with the same Dpe and amperage