Kenmore 911.41785 User Manual
Kenmore 911.41785 User Manual

Kenmore 911.41785 User Manual

Single 30" electric convection selfcleaning built-in wall oven
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all its Safety
• Safety
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• Care
• Problem
and Co., Hoffman
IL 60179


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  • Page 1 Before using this oven, read this manual follow all its Safety Rules Operating Instructions. Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman MODEL 911.41785 911.41789 --_'_ • Safety instructions • Operation • Care Cleaning • Problem Solving Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A. 229C4020P196-1 (SR-10405)
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    MODELNUMBER: SELF-CLEANING CONVECTION OVEN Self-Cleaning Cycle ... 19-20 Control Panel ... 21 Broiler Pan and Grid ... 21 Removable Floor ... 21 Oven Light Bulb ... 22 Oven Racks ... Oven Door ...
  • Page 3: Oven Safety

    SAVE THESE Read all instructions before gas or electrical appliances, be followed, including following: To insure safety for yourself, family and home, please read your Owner's Manual carefully, Keep it handy for reference. Pay close attention to Safety Sections. DE SURIE your appliance is installed and grounded by a qualified technician.
  • Page 4 IMPORTANT S AFETY INSTRUCTIONS • DO NOT touch heating elements, surfaces near them, or intedor oven surfaces. These may be hot enough to cause burns even though they are dark in color. During and after use, do not touch or let clothing or flammable material contact the elements or hot surfaces until they have had time to cool.
  • Page 5: Featuresof Youroven

    FEATURESOF YOUROVEN Self-Clean Oven Control Automatic Door Latch Oven Vent Oven Temperature Sensor _. Convection Fan_ _--_----_11 Self-Cleaning Oven Interior- Ill _ -,,,, Number Location .--'-'-" Model & Serial (behind door) Hidden Bake Broiler Pan & Element Grid To remove the adhesive left from packaging liquid, mineral oil or cooking oil.
  • Page 6: Oven Control, Clock, Timer

    $ $$ ®®J® Your new touch pad oven control will allow you to set oven functions with ease. Below are the different types of functions and a description of each. BAKE -- Cooks foods in the traditional (,./\) oven with a temperature range of 170°F HOUR MIN to 550°...
  • Page 7: Controldisplay

    ControlDisplay Indicator to lot you Oven temperature know the oven has indicator turned on Flashing indicator alert you to set _SC_L_ a temperature or a time Oven Function Indicator The Control Display is an easy reference for using your oven control. Below are descriptions of how the Control Display works.
  • Page 8: Clock

    OPERATION Clockand Timer The clock must be set for the correct time of day before a delayed oven function can work properly. The time of day cannot be changed during a timed oven function, but can be changed during a bake or broil function.
  • Page 9: Tones

    OPERATION Oven Control, Clock and Timer Your new control has a series of tones that will sound at different times. These tones may sound while you set the control for an oven function, or at the end of the oven function. It will also alert you that there may be a problem with the functions.
  • Page 10: Convection Raking Tips

    3, and the third rack on position 5. METAL OR GLASS Any type cookware will work in the convection oven. However, metal pans heat faster and are recommended. Glass pans cook more slowly, PAPER OR PLASTIC Heat-resistant paper and plastic that is recommended for regular overs may be used inyour convection oven.
  • Page 11: Convection Roasting Tips

    The convection fan circulates the heat evenly around the food. Meats cooked in a convection oven are dark brown on the outside and tender and juicy on the inside. In most cases cooking time wil! be less when using the Convection Roast feature.
  • Page 12: Ovencookingtips

    OPERATION OvenCookingTips It is normal to have come odor when using your oven for the first time. To help eliminate this odor, ventilate the room by opening a window or using a vent hood. IMPORTANT: Never cover the oven bottom or oven rack with aluminum foil. Improper use can cause poor heat flow, poor baking results, and may damage the oven finish.
  • Page 13 OPERATION Oven Cooking Tips Margarine (cont.) spreads affects the texture and flavor of favorite baked recipes. The lower the fat content of a spread product, the more noticeable these differences become. To ensure best results, use margarine, butter or stick spreads containing at least 70% vegetable oil.
  • Page 14: Roasting

    OPERATION ConvectionBakingand Roasting CONVECTION 1 . Press the Convection COOKING Cooking BAKE or ROAST pad. 2. Press the TEMP UP and/or DOWN arrow TEMP pads to set the oven temperature you prefer to use. 3, PresstheSTART pad. To set the oven to cook for a specific time and turn off automatically.
  • Page 15: Setting Bake

    OPERATION Baking 1. Press the BAKE pad. 2, Press the TEMP and/or DOWN arrow TEMP pads to set the oven temperature you prefer to use. 3. Pressthe START pad. To set the oven to cook for a specific time and turn off automatically. 1.
  • Page 16: Broiling

    OPERATION Broiling Broiling is cooking by direct heat from the upper element. The oven door should remain open to the broil stop position during broiling. It is not necessary to preheat the oven when broiling. Use the broiler pan and grid that came with your oven.
  • Page 17: Setting Special Features

    OPERATION Setting Special Features Your new touch pad control has additional features that you may choose to use. After making your selection, if you want to change the setting, follow the steps until the display shows your choice. The control is automatically set to turn off the oven after 12 hours baking or 3 hours broiling should you forget and leave the oven on.
  • Page 18 OPERATION SettingSpecial Features Your control will allow you to lock the touch pads so they cannot be activated when pressed. If you're worried about leaving the oven unsupervised, activate this feature. 1. Press and hold, at the same time, the BAKE and BROIL pads for 3 seconds, until the display shows SF.
  • Page 19: Self-Cleaning Cycle

    Self-Cleaning Cycle t. Remove the broiler pan and grid, oven racks, utensils and any foil that may be in the oven. 2, Soil on the front frame,l" inside the oven, and outside the door gasket will need to be cleaned by hand, Front Frame Door Gasket ._...
  • Page 20 CARE ANDCLEANING Self-Cleaning Cycle The Clean Cycle, including cool down time, is automatically set for 4 hours, but you may change this from 3 hours if oven is lightly soiled, up to 5 hours if oven is heavily soiled. pad. 4 hours will 1.
  • Page 21: Control Panel

    CARE AND CLEANING RemovableParts CLEANING MATERIALS • Dishwashing detergent • Warm water • Soft cloth Do not use abrasive cleaners, industrial cleaners or bleach. CLEANING MATERIALS • Dishwashing detergent • Warm water • Soap-filled scouring • Commercial oven cleaner TO CLEAN Allow the pan to soak.
  • Page 22: Oven Light Bulb

    CARE AND CLEANING RemovableParts electrical power CAUTION: Disconnect the oven at the main circuit breaker or fuse box before attempting to replace the oven light bulb. Do not touch a hot light bulb with wet hands or a wet cloth. Wait until the bulb has cooled...
  • Page 23: Oven Racks

    CARE AND CLEANING RemovableParts CLEANING MATERIALS • Dishwashing detergent • Warm water • Scouring pad or soap-filled steel wool pad Bump in __--------_*_ of the Ra_ TO REMOVE 1, Pull the racks out to the stop lock position. 2. Pull up the front of the rack and slide under the bump of the rack guide.
  • Page 24: Beforecallingforservice

    To save you time and money, before making a service call check the list below for any problem you may feel you have with the performance something you cannot fix use the Consumer manual When making any calls have Use and Care Manual and the Date...
  • Page 25: Service

    PROBLEM POSSIBLE Oven smokes, a. Dirty oven. b. Improper use of aluminum foil. c. Broiler pan containing grease left in the oven. Foods do not bake a. Oven is not preheated. properly. b, Improper rack or pan placement c. Oven vent blocked or covered.
  • Page 26: Temperature Adjustment

    "DO IT YOURSELF" TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT You may feel that your new oven cooks differently than the oven it replaced. We recommend that you use your new oven a few weeks to become more familiar with it, following the times given in your recipes as a guide.
  • Page 27: Warranty

    1. Replacement of Defective Parts 2.Annual Preventive Maintenance Check at your request Kenmore Wall O vens a redesigned, manufactured anymodern a ppliance may require service f romtime totime.The Sears Warranty plustheSears Maintenance Agreement helps provide p rotection f romunexpected The chart a bove compares thewarranty andMaintenance aSears Oven Maintenance Agreement.
  • Page 28: Consumer Service Numbers

    For in-home major brand repair service: Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 1-800-4-MY-HOME" (1-800-469-4663) Para pedir servicio de reparaci6n a domicilio - 1-800-676.5811 In Canada for all your service Au Canada pour tout le service 1-800-665-4455 For the repair or replacement Call 7 am-7 pro, 7 days a week 1-800-366-PART (1-800-366-7278)

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