Never leave co&top
elements unwatched at high heat settings. Boilovers
cause smoking and greasy spillovers may catch fire.
When broiling, always take the broiler pan out of the range and clean 11
when you are finished cooking. If you forget that a broiler pan was left in
the range and later turn on the oven, you may start a fire.
Never use aluminum foil to line oven bottoms. Only use foil as shown on
page 6 of this book. Improper use of foil could start a fire.
Always take the oven racks, the broiler pan and other pots and pans out
of the oven before a self clean cycle.
Never use any kind of oven cleaner or oven liner coating on any part of
your range. Don not use any spray cans near your range. The gas used
to make these cans spray can make metal parts rust in areas of high heat.
The door gasket is needed for a good seal so care should be taken not
to rub or move the gasket Clean only with hydrogen peroxide. See page 12.
Atways follow cleaning instructions on pages 12 and 13 of this book. Never
try to c!ean other things in the oven during a self clean cycle unless this
book tells you to.
OUT A GREASE FIRE
A dry chemical,
foam or Halon type fire extinguisher
near the range where you can easily reach it on case of a cook-
ing fire. A Hafon extinquisher
will not spoil food and makes no
Never use water on a grease fire - it will only spread the flames.
Never pick up a flaming pan. Instead:
1. Turn off the burner.
2. Smother the fire with a tightly fitting pan lid, baking soda or
How to put out a liquid grease fire with a fire extinguisher:
1. Stand back 5 or 6 feet.
2. Open the extinguisher.
3. Starting at the flames closest to you, move the extinguisher
side to side and work back until all flames are out.
If you bring the extinguisher
too close, you may
blow burning grease all over the cooking area.