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CONTENTS
SAFETY
USE AHD
CARE
Your Range and Its Features ................................................
6
Cooktop Cooking ............................................................. 7, 8
Range Control ......................................................................9
Clock & Timer ............................................................................
t0
12, t3
Broltin g ................................................................................... 14
Self-Clean Cycle .......................................................... 15, 15
Cleaning Tips ............................................................. 17, 18
Removabte Parts ........................................................19, 20
Removal of Peckag|ng
Tape .............................................
20
What to Do Before Calling for Service ............... 21, 22
Temperature
Adjustments
............................................... 23
__ODELS
46745, 46749
46756, 46755
46759
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Recyc;e_ Paper
AL
229C402OP0t
9-3
SR10222

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Self-Clean Cycle ............15, 15 Cleaning Tips ............. 17, 18 Removabte Parts ............19, 20 Removal of Peckag|ng Tape ..........What to Do Before Calling for Service ....21, 22 Temperature Adjustments ..........23 __ODELS 46745, 46749 46756, 46755 46759 Recyc;e_ Paper 229C402OP0t SR10222...
  • Page 2 STABILITY DEVICi pulled as tight as possible and that there is no excess slack In the chain after chain is attached to the bracket. _'_r_te 1o lip over, • ALL RP, tGES 6) Side the range all the way back Into the counter. CAN TIP Once the range is pushed back In place, there wtl! be °...
  • Page 3 Teach children notto play with range knobs or any other part of the range. Never leave children alone or unat- tended where a range is in use. ¢IITtOt!: t_er_s interest _o children should not be stored in cabine_,s above range backsplash of the range.
  • Page 4 Always keep the range area clear and tree from things that will burro Never use your range for warming or heating a room. You could be CAUTBOH: burned or seriously injured, Such Never store things misuse could also cause damage to oven or near cooktop elements/ the range.
  • Page 5 ENSTRUCTIONS BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS are dark in color. The glass surface of the cooktop will Keep this book for later use. retain heat after the controls are turned off. Be sure your range is installed and grounded properly OnBy some kinds of glass or ceramic pans can be used by a qualified technician.
  • Page 6 SAFETY UNSTRUCTIONS (continued) COOKTOP GREASE FiRE READ UNDERSTAND THIS JHFORMAT_ON NOW v, pan.v! Instead: ever pick fl_rrting 1. Turn off the element. Smother fire with Shoumd you ever need it, you will tightly fitting pan lid, baking soda or an =tot have time for reading.
  • Page 7 OVEN VENT COOKING ZONE (May get hot (See page 7, 8) VARIABLE SIZE COOKING ZONE during oven use; (Choose 6" or 9" diameter cooking zone) DO NOT block vent) (See page 7) COOKTOP INDICATOR LIGHT (Glows when any HOT SURFACE cooking zone is on) INDICATOR LIGHT (See page 7)
  • Page 8: Cooktop Cooking

    TO START THING COOKING COOKTOP GUEDE TO BASIC SETTINGS COOKTOP COOKBNG • To use the large 9" cooking area, push to turn the control knob to desired setting and push In the top Before you usethecooktop for the first time, clean itwith portion of the rocker switch next to the control knob.
  • Page 9 TO START THINGS COOKING (conto) HeM5 CANNING TIPS in surface cooking of foods other than canning, the use of large-diameter pots (extending more than 1" beyond edge of cooking zone) is not recommended. However, when canning with water-bath or pressure canner, large-diameter pots may be used.
  • Page 10: Rangecontrol

    RANGECONTROL PROGRAM CLOCK / UP ARROW PAD TEMPERATURE FUNCTION CANCELS BAKE, STATUS TIMER (INCREASESTIME DISPLAY DISPI.AY BROIL OR DISPLAY DISPLAY OR TEMPERATURE) CLEAN OPERATION DOWN ARROW PAD SET AUTOMA_C (DECREASES TIME PRESSTO TURN OVEN OPERA_ONS OR TEMPERATURE) _MER ON AND OFF TOHE$: Your range Is controlled with a touch, You now have the ease of setting the following operations:...
  • Page 11 TO BESET TI ER= = When you are setting the timer, if ym_ pause more than 4 seconds while pressing either the UP or DO,iN arrow pad, _'TE_" wiiist_p _ashing _n thedlspiayand the _irne_ '_,_,tli _L_tomaticaliy e_artto count down, If this sheu_d happen just press the T_ER O_IOFF p_d and...
  • Page 12: Oven Cooking Broltin G

    OVEN COOKING GENERAL RULES PREHEATING When cooklng a food for the first tlme In your new When recipes require preheating, have food nearby oven, use time given on recipes as a guide. before you open the oven door. tf the oven door is After you have used your oven for awhile, if you feel allowed to remain open for more than a brief time, your oven should be hotter or cooler, you can adjust...
  • Page 13 The oven will start to heat automatically. You will see BAKIHG: 100 degrees showing tn the upper right corner of the • Always follow recipe carefully° display. As the oven heats this temperature wilt change until it reaches your selected temperature, then a tone Measure Ingredients properly°...
  • Page 14 ROASTING YOUR OVEN A DELAYED START AUTOMATIC STOP Roasting is cooking tender cuts of meats with dry air, It is not necessary to preheat your oven before roasting. While setting this operation you will not need to calculate when the oven wilt turn on; the control will do this for you.
  • Page 15 BRO|LBNG After placing food on the broiler pan and grid, put tl_ pan on an oven rack In the proper position. The recommended rack BROHL_NG TBPS: position and cooking ttrnecan be found in the chart below° if your range Isconnected to 208 Volts, you rnaywant to preh_='_ and p_sitfon _he oven rack,one pc_ition higher.
  • Page 16 EFORI A CL - H ©YCL Please _oLe: The €_oor _aske_ _s designed _o have a 5"oS" _p 1. Remove the broiler pan and grid, oven racks, all _ _he _e_ _ the _v_n _e_r. This is _o _zi_ow utensils and any foil that may be in the oven.
  • Page 17: Self-Clean Cycle

    (Self-Clean continued, __) AFTER A CLEAN CYCLE WHEN A CLEAN CYCLE After a clean cycle, you may FINISHED: notice some white ash in the oven. Just wipe it up with a 1, Wait until the LOCK display goes out, The oven damp cloth or sponge.
  • Page 18: Cleaning Tips

    CLEANING TiPS On the following pages, all removable parts on your range are shown° Refer to those pages when cleaning your range° Warm water, a mild detergent and a soft cloth are safe to use on all cleanable parts of your range. Do not use metal scouring pads, except where recommended.
  • Page 19 GLASS-CERAMIC COOKTOP CLEANING Cleaning of glass.ceramic ceoktop is different front cleaning a standard porcelain _inish, To rrminf_in and protect the surface of your new glass-cerantic cooktop follow these basic steps. D_LY CLEAHiNG: ..3. With the spill fn a cool area, use a dry paper towel to Use only Cook Top Cleaning Creme®...
  • Page 20 REMOVABLE OV N RACKS To remove= 1, Open the door to the stop position (see illustration), 2. Grasp the door at each side and lift up and off the hinges, DO NOT lift the door by the handle. BUMPED-IN NOTE: When the door is ='emoved and hinge arms RACK GUIDES...
  • Page 21: Removal Of Peckag|Ng Tape

    REMOVABLE KNOBS Never touch electricallly live collar on the bulb when replacing Electrical power must be shut off if you have to MOLDED replace a broken bulb. Unscrew glass cover and remove. Replace the bulb with a 40 watt appliance bulb. Replace the cover.
  • Page 22 BEFORE CALLIHG SERVICE DON'T CALL FOR SERVICE PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE UNTIL YOU CHECK L llll, i,,, i,r, II'lH, ..RANGE DISPLAY • Possible range malfunction • Press CLEAR/OFF. Let range cool down for FLASHING "F" AND one hour. Place range back into cooking or NUMBER;...
  • Page 23 BEFORE CALUHG SERVICE ii rl .i,i • ..i iilll ill,i ,,,,,, DON'T CALL FOR SERVICE POSSIBLE CAUSE PROBLEM UNTIL YOU CHECK "-' • oVEN DOES • NO power to range Check household circuit breakeror fuse. WORK; TOTALLY INOPERATIVE OVEN DOES Oven controls...
  • Page 24 You may feel that your new oven cooks differently than 3. Press the UP arrow to Increase your the oven it replaced. We recommend that you use your oven's temperature up to +35 °Ho'FrERo new oven a few weeks to become more familiar with it, Press the DOWN arrow pad to decrease following the times given In your recipes as a guide.
  • Page 25 NOTES...
  • Page 26 NOTES...
  • Page 27 "We Service What We Sell" is our assurance to you that you can depend on Sears for service because Sears service is nationwide. Your Kenmore Range has added value when you consider that Sears has a service unit near you staffed by Sears trained technicians, o. professional technicians specifically trained on Sears appliances, having the parts, tools and equipment to ensure that we meet our pledge to you _ "We Service What We Sell!"...

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