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GE 164D2966P122 Use And Care Manual

General electric built-in electric oven use and care guide.
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Safetyinstructions,., ..................3. 4
OperatingInstructions, l ips
Aluminum Foil ..................................4. 12417
Automatic Oven Shut Off .............................9
Features............................................O....• .....OO..5
Oven .........................................................6.l
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BaKng..................................................l O.l3
Broiling,BroilingGuide....................l 7, 18
Clock and Timers ....................................6l 7
Control Panel .............< .................................. 6
Fan.,.............8.10. 12, 13, 15,17,20,21
Light Bulb Replacement ...................8. 23
Lower Oven Controls...............................l O
Preheating..................................................l O
Roasting,RoastingGuide ...............15. 16
Shelves...................................................9. 10
Timed Baking.....................................12, 13
Vent ...............................................................9
Power Outage.....i................<< ...................@mo..<7
Self-Cleaning Instructions..................l 9-22
Problem Soiver...............................26
Thermostat Adjustment-
Do It Yourself ..... ,......................................14
More questions?...call
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GEAnswar Center" 800.626,2000
Careand Cleaning., . .................22-25
Broiler Pan and Rack... ................................23
Lift-Off Oven Door ........................................24
Porcelain Oven interior..,............................25
Self-Cleaning Instructions..................19-22
Shelves..............................................O ..........23
Consumer Services...................27
Appliance Registration..................................2
Important Phone Numbers........................27
Model and Serial Number Location...........2
Removal of PackagingTape ........................2
Warranty .,......................................BackCover
Models: JKP13 JKP27
JKP14 JRP14
JKP15 JRP15
GEAppliances
JKP26 JRP24
164D2966P122

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    Broiler Pan and Rack..23 Lift-Off Oven Door ...24 Porcelain Oven interior..,...25 Self-Cleaning Instructions...19-22 Shelves...O ...23 Consumer Services...27 Appliance Registration...2 Important Phone Numbers...27 Model and Serial Number Location...2 Removal of PackagingTape ...2 Warranty .,...BackCover Models: JKP13 JKP27 JKP14 JRP14 JKP15 JRP15 JKP26 JRP24 164D2966P122...

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    It is intendedto help you oper~teand maintainyour new ovenproperly. Keepit handyfor answersto yourquestions. Ifyoudon’tunderstand s omething o rneedmorehelp,call: GE Answer Center” 800.626.2000 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Howto RemovePackagingTape Toassureno damageis doneto the finishof the product,the safestwayto removeadhesiveleft from...

  • Page 3

    Do not let cooking grease or other flammable materials accumulate in or near the oven. sure the oven is securely installed in a mbinet that is firmly attached to the house Neverallowanyoneto climb,sit, structure, standor hangontheovendoor.

  • Page 4

    T hisassuresthat,in theremotepossibility thattrichinamaybe present in themeat,it willbe killedandthemeatwillbe safeto eat. Oven Stand away from the oven when opening the Hotairor steamwhichescapescan oven door. causeburnstohands,faceand/oreyes. Donot heat unopened food containers. Pressurecouldbuildup andthecontain~r...

  • Page 5

    1 Oven Temp Knob standardcleanloweroven. (on somemodels) 2 Oven Set Knob Operatesthe standardcleanloweroven. (on somemodels) 3 Oven Control, Clock and Timer 4 Oven Light Switch Lets you turn interioroven light(s)on and off. 5 Oven Vent Grille 6 Oven Interior Light...

  • Page 6

    7. STOP TIME. Use this pad alongwith the COOKTIMEor AUTOSELFCLEANpad to set the oven to stopautomaticallyat a time you select. 8. BROIL. Press this pad to selectthe broil function. 9. DECREASE. Shorttapsto this pad decreasethe time or temperatureby smallamounts.Press and hold the pad to decreasethe timeor temperature by largeramounts.

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    If “door” appears in the display,LOCKflashes and the ovencontrolsignals,you set the self-clean cycleand did not shutthe door. If “door” ordy appears in the display,the oven dooris open and needsto be closed. . If ‘6LOCK9’ only appearsin the display,the oven door is in the lockedposition.BAKE, BROILand COOKTIMEcannotbe setif the dooris in thelockedposition.

  • Page 8

    NOTE: A fan may automaticallyturn on and off to cool internalparts.This is normal,and the fan may continueto run even after the oven is turnedoff. Youmay noticea “burning”or “oily”smellthe first few timesyou turn youroven on. This is normalin a new oven and will disappearin a shorttime.To speed the process,set a self-cleancyclefor a minimumof 3 hours.See the Operatingthe Self-CleaningOven...

  • Page 9: Automatic Oven Shut Off

    This will eliminatereachinginto the hot oven. To remove a shelf from the oven,pull the shelf towardyou,tilt the frontend upwardand pull the shelfout. Toreplace,placethe shelfon the shelfsupportwith the stop-locks(curvedextensionof shelf)facingup and towardthe rear of the oven.Tiltup the front and...

  • Page 10: Control Panel

    Youroventemperatureis controlledvery accurately usingan ovencontrolsystem.It is recommendedthat you operatethe oven for a numberof weeksto becomefamiliarwith yournew oven’sperformance. Howto Set the Ovenfor Baking Ovens ControlledwithTouchPads Toavoidpossibleburns,placeshelvesin the correct positionbeforeyou turn the ovenon. 1. Press the BAKEpad. 2. Press the INCREASEor DECREASEpad untilthe desiredtemperatureis displayed.

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    Pans shouldnot toucheach otheror the wallsof the oven.Allow 1-to 1k-inch spacebetweenpansas well as from the back of the oven,the doorand the sides. If you needto use two shelves,staggerthe pans so one is not directlyabovethe other.

  • Page 12: Timed Baking

    To set the clock,first pressthe CLOCKpad. Press the INCREASEor DECREASEpad untilthe correct timeof day is displayed. The oven will start automatically. T he word “ON” and “100°”will be displayed.The CookTimewill beginto countdown.As the ovenheatsup, the displaywill showthe changingtemperature.

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    5. Press the BAKEpad. 6. Pressthe INCREASE/DECREASE pad to selectan oventemperature. To avoidpossibleburns,placethe shelvesin the correctpositionbeforeyou turn the oven on, Youcan set the oven controlto delay-startthe oven, cookfor a specificlengthof time and then turn off automatically. 1. Pressthe COOKTIMEpad. $?$:...

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    If you think your new oven is too hot or too cool, you can adjust the thermostat yourself. If you think it is too hot, adjustthe thermostatto makeit cooler.If you thinkit is too cool,adjustthe thermostatto make it hotter.

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    Rememberthat food will continueto cook in the hot oven and thereforeshouldbe removedwhenthe desiredinternaltemperaturehas beenreached. The oven will startautomatically. T he word“ON” and 6’100°” w ill be displayed.As the oven heats displaywill showthe changingtemperature. Whenthe ovenreachesthe temperatureyou set, a tonewill sound.

  • Page 16

    Q. Whyis my carveit? A. Roastsare easierto sliceif allowedto cool 10to 20 minutesafterremovingthemfrom the oven. Be sure to cut acrossthe grainof the meat. Frozen Ross@ Frozenroastsof beef,pork,lamb,etc., can be started withoutthawing,but allow 10to 25 minutesper poundadditionaltime (10 minutesper poundfor roastsunder5 pounds,moretime for largerroasts).

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    Q. Why are my meats not turning out as brown as they should? In someareas,the power(voltage)to the ovenmay be low,In thesecases,preheatthe broilelementfor 10minutesbeforeplacingbroilerpan withfood in the oven.Checkto see if you are usingthe recommendedshelfposition.Broilfor the longest periodof timeindicatedin the BroilingGuide.Turn the food onlyonceduringbroiling.Youmay need to movethe foodto a highershelfposition.

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    LO Broilto cookfoods such as poultryor thick pork chopsthoroughlywithoutover-browningthem. c Frozensteakscartbe broiledby positioningthe oven shelf at nextlowestshelfpositionand increasing cookingtime givenin this guide 1Z timesper side. If yourovenis connectedto 208 volts,rare steaks mav be broiledbv ureheatin~the broilerand po~itioning the o;;n shelfo~epositionhigher.

  • Page 19: Vent

    Do not cleanthe gasket. Do not use abrasivesor ovencleaners.Clean the outsidefront of the oven doorwith soapand water.Also use soap and waterto cleanunderthe ovenventgrille. Makesurethe oven lightbulb coveris in place. Do not rub or cleanthe doorgasket—...

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    Q The word“door”willbe displayed, t he word “LOCK”willflashandovencontrolwillsignalif you set the cleancycleandforgetto closethe ovendoor. A fan may automaticallyturn on and off to cool internalparts.This is normal,and the fan may continueto run after the oven is turnedoff. 2. WhentheLOCKlightgoesoff andtheovenhas cooledbelowthelockingtemperature, o penthe door.

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    The earliestStopTimewillbe the CleanTime selectedplus th~time of day.For example: If the CleanTimeis threehoursand the timeof day is 6:00, the StopTimethat appearsin the displaywill be 9:00. If the oven is not cleanafterone cleancycle, repeatthe cycle. If the shelveshavebecomehard to slide,wipethe shelfsupportswith cookingoil.

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    A. This is a normalcondition,resultingfrom heatingand coolingduringcleaning.Theselines do not affecthow your ovenperforms. Q. Why do I have ash left in my oven after cleaning? A. Sometypesof soil will leavea depositwhichis ash. It can be removedwith a damp spongeor cloth. Q. My oven shelvesdo not slide easily.What is the matter? A.

  • Page 23: Broiler Pan And Rack

    Broiler Pan and Rack After broiling,removethe broilerpan fromthe oven, Removethe rack from the pan. Carefullypourout grease fromthepan intoa propercontainer. W ashand rinse the broilerpan and rack in hot waterwith a soap-filledor plasticscouringpad.

  • Page 24: Lift-off Oven Door

    When surfaceis cool,cleanand rinse. Do not use oven cleaners, cleansingpowders or harsh abrasives on the oufiide of the door. c Cleanthe insideof the oven windowwith a mild non-scratchingcleanerand a dampcloth. Outsideof door: Use soap and waterto thoroughlycleanthe top, sidesand front of the ovendoor.DO NOTlet water...

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    Place 1/2cup in a shallowglassor pottery containerin a cold ovenovernight.The ammonia fumeswill help loosenthe burned-ongreaseand food. GlassWindow To clean the outside of the oven window,use a glass Leaner. Rinseand polishwitha dry cloth. Do not allowthe wateror cleanerto run down insidethe openingsin the glassor the openingsin the top of the ovendoorwhilecleaning.

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    TIME OVENmMpE~~RE Oven thermostatneedsadjustment.See the Adjustthe OvenT’hermostat— DiJIt Yourse&section. HOTOR TOO COLD This is normalin anew oven and will disappearin time.To speedthe process, “BuRNma” OR “OILY’ set a self-clem cvclefor a minimumof 3 hours.See the Operatingthe Self- ODOREMITTINGFROM CleaningOven sbction.

  • Page 27

    WdllBeThere Withthepurchaseof your newGEappliance,receivetheassurancethatifyou everneed ‘nforrnationor assistance from GE,we’llbe tiere. All you haveto do iscall—toll-free! GEAnswer Centep 80~6262000 yourquestionaboutanyGEmajorappliance,GEAnswerCenter@ Whatever informationserviceisavailable to help.Yourcall—and y ourquestion—will be answeredpromptlyand courteously. A nd youcan callanytime.GEAnswer Center@ semiceisopen 24hoursa day,7daysa week. lmHome R epair S ewice...

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    Some maynotapplyto you,Thiswarrantygivesyouspecificlegalrights,andyoumayalsohaveotherrightswhichvaryfromstateto state. Toknowwhatyourlegalrightsarein yourstate,consultyourlocalor stateconsumer affairsoffice If furtherhelp is neededconcerningthis warranty,write: Manager-Consumer Affairs,GE Appliances,Louisviiie,KY 40225 Recycled P aper PartNo. 164D2966P122 49-6601 1-95 CG Staple s ales slip or cancelled check here.

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