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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING:

If the

information

in this

manual

is

not

followed

exactly,

a

fire

or

explosion

may

result

causing

property

damage,

personal

injury

or death.

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- Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable

vapors and liquids other appliance.

in the vicinity

of this

or any

- WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS

Do

not try

to light any

appliance.

 

Do not touch

any

electrical

switch;

do

not

use any

phone

in your

building.

 

Immediately

call

your

gas

supplier

from

a

neighbor's

phone.

Follow

the gas supplier's

instructions.

• If you cannot

reach

your gas supplier,

call the

fire

department.

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Installation

qualified

supplier.

and service

must

be performed

installer,

service

agency

or

the

by

a

gas

Do not usecooktop or oven as a storage area for food or cooking utensils. This instruction is based on safety consid-

burners creating a FIRE HAZARD. erations to prevent potential hazard to

If appliance is installed near a window, proper precautions should be taken to prevent curtains from blowing over

GENERAL

No cooking appliance should be used as a space heater.This instruction is based on safety considerations to prevent pc- tential hazard to the consumer as well as damage to the appliance,

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Keep area around appliance clear and free from combustible materials, gaso- line, and other flammable vapors and materials,

Have the installer show you the location of the gas shut off valve and how to shut it off in an emergency.

or of air the intakes. backguard, Do not never obstruct block the oven flow vent of combustion and ventilation air. Restric- tion of air flow to the burner prevents

user and to the appliance.

Misuse of appliance doors, such as stepping, leaning or sitting on the door, may result in possible tipping of the ap- p_ianceor breakage of door and serious injuries.

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Avoid touching oven vent area while

oven is on and for several minutes after

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oven If appliance is turned is vented off. Some through parts the of base the

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proper performance.

vent and surrounding area become hot

enough to cause burns.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

CHILD SAFETY Touching a hot oven light bulb with a damp cloth could cause the bulb to

Do not leave children alone or unsuper- vised near the appliance when it is in

useor isstill hot. Children should never remove the bulb to avoid electrical

be allowed to sit or stand on any part of

the appliance. Children must be

that the appliance and utensils in it can be hot. Children should be taught that an appliance is not a toy. They should not be allowed to play with controls or other parts of the unit. Let hot utensils cool in a safe place, out of reachof small children.

taught

break. Should the bulb break, discon- nect power to the range before trying to

shock.

Clean appliance with caution. If a wet sponge or cloth is used to wipe spills on a hot cooking area, be careful to avoid steam burns. Some cleaners can pro- duce noxious fumes if applied to a hot surface.

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Use extreme caution when moving the grease kettle or disposingof hot grease,

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Be sure you know which knob controls

sure which the surface correct burner burner. is Always turned on make and that the burner has ignited. When cook- ing is completed, turn burner off.

Hot grease is flammable. Avoid letting grease deposits collect around appli- ance, range hood, or vent fan. Do not

Use caution when wearing garments made of flammable material to avoid clothingfires. Loose fitting orlong hang-

leave container of grease around a ing-sleeved apparel should not beworn

cooking. Clothing may ignite or

cooking appliance. AIwaysletquantities of hot fat used for deeptatfrying cool be- fore attempting to move or handle, inthe

CAUTION: Do not store items of inter- event of a grease fire, DO NOT attempt

to move pan. Cover pan with a lid to ex- tinguish flame and turn surface burner off. Do not douse flame with water. Use

guisher, a dry chemical if available, or foam-type or sprinkle fire heavily extin- with baking soda.

while

catch utensil handles.

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est to children in cabinets above an ap- pliance or on the backguard of a range, Children climbing on the appliance to reach items could be seriously injured,

to Do cabinets not use an above. appliance as a step stool

ANTI-TIP

DEVICE,,

equipped

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To reduce the risk of tipping of the appli- ance from unusual usage or by exces- sive loading of the oven door, the appli- ance must be secured by a properly in- stalled anti-tip device. To check if de- vice is installed properly: Use a flash- light and look underneath range to see that one of the rear leveling legs is en-

gaged in the bracket slot. When remov- shouldbe cleaned up as soon as possi-

Spills or boilovers which contain grease

the surface burner or in the oven. Pres- sure build-up may cause container to burst resulting in serious personal injury or damage to the range.

Slide oven rack out to add or remove food, Never using heat dry, an unopened sturdy pot container holders. AI- on ways avoid reaching into oven to place or remove food.

Use dry, sturdy pet holders. Damp pot holders may cause burns from steam. Dish towels or other substitutes should

rear leveling leg to the floor, when prop- COOKING SAFETY never be used as pot holders because

placed. The

ing appliance for cleaning, be sure anti- tip device is engaged when range is re-

bre. If they are allowed to accumulate, they could create a FIRE HAZARD.

anti-tip device secures the

edy engaged.

CLEANING

Turn off all

anoe parts to cool before touching or cleaning them. Do not touch the burner grates or surrounding areas until they

have had sufficient time to cool.

controls and wait for appli-

Always adjust surface burners flame so

that it does not extend beyond the bet-

of utensil. This instruction is based

on safety considerations.

tom

Never leave a surface cooking opera- tionunattendedespecia[lywhenusinga

high

smoking and greasy spillovers may ig- nite.

heat

setting.

Boilovers

cause

they can trail across hot surface burners and ignite or get caught on range parts.

Use care when opening oven door. Let hot air or steam escape before remov- ingor replacing food.Always place oven racksinthedesiredpositionswhileoven is cool. If a rack must be moved while hot, be careful to avoid contact of pot holders with oven burner flame.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

STORAGE ABOVE addedaswellasthebubbleactionoffat. IMPORTANT SAFETY

Never unattended. leave a deep fat frying operation

The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (Propo- sition 65) requires the Governor of Call- fornia to publish a list of substances known to the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm, and re- quires businesses to warn customers of

used should infrequently be limited and to items which which are safely are stored in an area subjected to heatfrom an appliance. Temperatures in storage areas above the unit may be unsafe for some items, such as volatile liquids,

Use aluminum foir ONLY as instructed in this book. improper use of aluminum foil may cause damage to the oven, af- fect cooking results, and can also result

cleaners or aerosol sprays, in shock and/or fire hazards.

warned Users of that this the appliance burning of gas are can hereby re- sult in low-level exposureto some of the listed substances, including benzene, formaldehyde and soot, dueprimarilyto the incomplete combustion of natural

UTENSIL SAFETY PLASTICS

Many plastics are vulnerable to heat. Keep plastics away from parts of the ap-

pliance that may become warm or hot. gas or liquid petroleum (LP) fuels. Prop- erly adjusted burners will minimize in-

PREPARED FOOD WARNING: Follow

food manufacturer's instructions. If a these substances can a_so be mini-

plastic frozen food container and/or its film cover distorts, warps, or is other-

Always place a pan of food on a surface burner before turning on burner. Turn

off burner before removing the pan. To reduce the hazard of storage above a range, install a ventilating hood that

AEROSOL SPRAYS projects at least 5 inches beyond the

bottom edge of the cabinets. Clean hood frequently to prevent grease from accumulating on hood or its filter. Should a boilover or spillover result in an open flame, immediately turn off the hood's fan to avoid spreading the flame. After thoroughly extinguishing flame, the fan may be turned on to remove un- pleasant odor or smoke.

complete combustion. Exposure to

should not be provided directly above a

unit.

To eliminate the hazard of reachingover hot surface burners, cabinet storage

Never let a pan boil dry as this could damage the utensil and the appliance,

RANGE

NOTICE

AND

WARNING

If such

storage is provided, it

ALUMINUM

FOIL

potential

exposures

to

such

sub-

stances.

Use only pans that have flat bottoms and handlesthat are easilygrasped and stay cool. Avoid using unstable, warped, easily tipped or loose handled pans. Do not use pans if their handles twistandcannotbetightened. Pans that are heavy to move when filled with food may also be hazardous,

mized by properly ventingthe burners to the outdoors.

wise damaged during cooking, immedi- ately discard the food and its container. The food could be contaminated. VENTILATING HOOD

Many aerosol-type spray cans are EX- PLOSIVE when exposed to heat and may be highly flammable. Avoid their use or storage near an appliance.

SELF-CLEAN OVEN

Do not clean doorgasket. The doorgas- ket is essential for agood seal. Care should be taken not to rub, damage, or move the gasket. Do not use oven cleaners of any kind in or around any

parts listed in this booklet. Before self-

Always turn pan handles to the side or backof appliance, not out into the room where they are easily hit or reached by smallchildren. To minimize burns, igni- tion of flammable materials and spillage due to unintentional contact with the utensil, do not extend handles over ad- jacentsurface burners.

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IN CASE OF FIRE:

2. Smother fire or flame with baking

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cleaning the oven, remove broiler pan, soda, dry chemical, or a foam-type

ovenracks, and other utensils, andwipe off part excessive of the self spillovers, clean oven. Clean only

extinguisher. Do not use water on

1. Turn grease off fires. range controls.

Be sure utensil is large enough to prop- erly contain food and avoid boilovers, Pan size is particularly important in deep fat frying. Be sure pan will accom- modate the volume of food that is to be

It is normal for the cooktop of the range to become hot during aself-clean cycle. Therefore, touching or lifting the cook-

during a clean cycle should be

avoided.

top

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CONVENTIONAL

COOKTOP

COOKTOP

if equippedwitha metal support rod, can rest on the rod. Support rod is located across the front of the burner box.

CAUTION: Do not operate burner with-

remove grates and drip bowls, if outapanonthegrate. The porcelain fin-

ish absorb of the the grate intense may heat chipwithout from the a burner pan to flame,

and lift up.

BURNER GRATES

equipped. Grasp two front burner wells

To remove ¢ooktop: When cool, first

Burner grates must be properly posi- tioned before cooking. Do not operate burners without a pan on the grate. The porcelain finish may chip without a pan

to absorb the intenseheat, cooktop is installed, these may be re-

movedto allow quick and easy removal of the burner,

When reinstalling square grates, place

Surface burners are secured in place during transportation with either a ship- ping screw or a spring clip. Once the

SURFACE

BURNERS

indented sides

together

sides are at front and rear,

so

straight

top, To remove: When cool, Remove grasp burner or support head cook- and tilt to rerease tab from slot near ignitor, Lift up and toward back of cooktop until

air shutter end of burner releases from

valve.

To replace: insert air shutter end of burner over valve and lower into place. Replace cooktop. Turn on burner to be sure burner has been correctly re- placed,

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CONVENTIONAL

COOKTOP

GRIDDLE

Beforeusingthegfiddleforthefirsttime, Remove griddle cover:

season it by lightly rubbing the surface

with a small amount of unsalted short- ening. To prevent damage to the finish, do not use metal utensils, a high flame setting or suddenly change tempera- tures, such as immersing hot griddle in water,

(if equipped)

1. Press down on any corner,

2. Slidefingersundertwosidesofgrid- die cover and _iftoff. DO NOT pry off with any instrument or tool.

ing a low flame setting for about 5

minutes or until

surface is heated. 'Sprinkle a few

drops of water over griddle. If prop-

erly heated, water will bead and dance. The water will sizzle and steam if griddle is not hot enough.

the entire cooking

4. Never replace griddle cover until

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1. Remove

griddle

cover

BEFORE

To clean griddle:

When griddle is cool, remove and wash in hot soapy water; rinse and dry. Do not

turning on griddle burner. Top cover

must be removed whenever griddle

burner is in use. wash in the dishwasher. Detergents will

TO use griddle:

2.

Be sure grease cup, located under

griddle, is in place.

3.

Position griddle correctly. For even cooking results, preheat griddle us-

completely

remove the seasoning.

There is a grease pan located at the center griddle rear has of the cooled griddle completely. burner. This pan should be removed and cleaned as necessary.

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SEALED BURNER COOKTOP

The cooktop is designed with two con- toured wells which contain spills until they can be wiped up. Unlike the stan- dard gas appliance, THIS COOKTOP DOES NOT LIFT-UP NOR IS IT RE- MOVABLE. To prevent damage to the gas tubing or top, do not attempt to lift cooktop.

CAUTION: Do not operate sealed burn-

erwithoutapanonthegrate.

lainfinishofthegratemaychipwithouta pan burner to absorb flame. the [ntense heat from the

Theporce-

DUAL PURPOSE

The four sealed burners are secured to the cooktop and are NOT designed to

be removed by the consumer, Since the four burners are sealed into the cooktop, boilovers won't seep un- derneath to the burner box area. Thus,

there box area are to no clean. hidden spills in the burner

BURNER GRATES

Burner grates must be properly

posi-

tioned before cooking. Do not operate burnerswithouta pan onthe grate.The porcelainfinish may chip withouta pan to absorb the intense heat.

Some models feature two special HI

indented sides together so straight SPEED sealed burners. Use tile HI sides are at front and rear. SPEED burnerstoquicklybringwaterto

When reinstallingsquare grates, place

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informationon rating plate to determine

if your appliance features the

HIGH

SPEED broil add burners. for large - potcooking. See

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HIGHSPEEDBURNER

IGNITORS

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Once burner lights, turn knob to the de-

untilthe knob isturned from the LITE po- sition.

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Ignitor

REARVIEWOF SEALEDBURNER

When cleaning around the surface burner, use care to prevent damage to the spark ignitorwhich is locatedat the back-side of each burner. If a cleaning cloth should catch the ignitor,it could damageor breakit. If the ignitor is dam- aged or broken,the surface burner will

not light.

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IGNITION SYSTEM

IGNITION SYSTEM

PILOT IGNITION

PILOTLESS

IGNITION

Your cooktopis equipped with either pi- When the cooktop is first insta{[ed,the

lot ignition or pilotless ignition,

Pilot ignition uses a standing pilot to light the burner,

the

line, hold a lighted match next to the burner and turn knob on. When the burner lights, turn the knob off and pro- ceed as directed below.

the gas line. To bleed off air from

Cooktops featuring pilotless ignitionare

pilotsmay be difficult to light due to air in equipped with ignitors that spark when

anysurface control[s turned to the LITE position.

Pilotless ignition uses a spark from the

ignitor to light the burner.

Besureallsurfacecontrolsaresetinthe OFF position prior to supplying gas to the appliance.

To light pilot: Remove Or raise and

if

equipped. Hold lighted match near the pilot ports,

support cooktop on

metal

rod,

To operate surface burner with pilot[ess ignition during a power failure:

sition.

2. Hold a lighted match to the desired surface burner head.

3. Turn knob to LITE. The burner will then light.

4. Adjust the flame to the desired level.

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1. Be sure all controls are in the OFF po-

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BURNER OPERATION

LIGHTING SURFACE

SELECTING

FLAME SIZE

SIMMER, if equipped

BURNERS if a knob is turned very quickly from Use SIMMER (medium) to continue e

1. Place utensil on burner grate.

2. Push in and turn knob to the LITE po-

go HIGH out, to particularly WARM setting, if burner the flame is cold. may If this occurs, turn the knob to the OFF po-

sition, sition. Wait several seconds, then light again.

any cooking faster operation. when a higher Food flamesetting will not cook is used than needed to maintain a gentle boil.

3. After the burner lights, turn knob to

Flame should be adjusted so it does not

edge of cooking

utensil.This isfor personalsafety and to

above

prevent

extend beyond the

damage to

cabinets

cooktop.

Use WARM (low) to simmer. Some cooking may take place if the utensil is

the desired flame size. NOTE: On pilotless ignition models, the ignitor

covered.

will continue to spark until the knob is

turned from the LITE position,

A properly adjusted burner with clean

ports

w,iI ghtwithinafewseconds.

On natural gas, the flame will be blue with a deeper blue inner core; there should beno trace of yellow in the flame. A yellow flame indicates an improper mixture of air/gas. This wastes fuel, so have a serviceman adjust the mixture if a yellow flame occurs. On LP gas, some yellow tipping is acceptable. This is nor- real and adjustment is not necessary,

If flame should go out during a cooking

IF GAS

HAS ACCUMULATED AND A STRONG GAS ODOR IS DETECTED, WAIT 5 MINUTES FOR THE GAS

BEFORE

ODOR

operation, turn the burner off.

TO

DISAPPEAR

RELIGHTING BURNER.

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HIGH

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Use HIGH to quickly bring foods to a boil or to begin acooking operation. Reduce to a lower setting to continue cooking. Never leave food unattended when us- ing a HIGH flame setting.

You may hear a "popping" sound on some types of gas when the surface burner is turned off. This is a normal op- erating sound of the burner.

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To obtain a lower flame size, turn knob back toward the OFF position until the desired flame size is reached. The low- est flame setting is located between the LITE and OFF position. This is not a preset position.

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CARE AND CLEANING

Burner box

Soap & water.

Burner box, located under cooktop, should be cJeanedfrequentlyto

remove spil-

 

lovers.

If soil is not removed and is allowed to accumulate, it may damage the

(conventional surface burner only)

finish. To clean, remove surface burners and clean with soap and and dry.

water, rinse

Control knobs

Mild detergent & water.

To remove knobs for cleaning, gently pull up. Wash in miJddetergent and water. Do not use abrasive cJeaningagents. They will scratch finish and remove mark- ings. Rinse, dry and replace. Turn on each burner to see if knobs have been re. placed correctly.

Cooktop,

MiJdsoap & water. Paste

PorceJainenamel isglass fused on metal. ;tmay crack or chip with misuse.CJean

porcelain of baking soda & water, with soap and water when parts are cool All spillovers, especially acid spillovers, should be wiped up immediately with a dry cloth. When surface is cool, clean with warm soapy water. NEVER WIPE OFF A WARM OR HOT ENAMEL SURFACE WITH A DAMP CLOTH. THIS MAY CAUSE CRACKING AND CHIPPING, Never

use abrasive or caustic cleaning agents on exterior finish of range.

Surface burners,

Soap & water. Paste of

Clean as necessary with warm soapy water. Remove stubborn soil by scouring

conventional

baking soda and water, Plastic scouring pad such as Tufty®.

with a non-abrasive plastic scouring pad and a paste of baking soda and water. Clean ports with a straight pin. Do not enJargeor distort the ports. Do not use a wooden toothpick. It may break off and clog port. DO NOT CLEAN BURNERS WITH THE FOLLOWING caustic cleaners: steel wool, abrasive cleaning agents, dishwasher detergent, or metal porishes. These will damage finish. Burners can be dried in the oven set at t 40°F. CAUTION: Burner and burner tube must be dry before use.

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MAINTENANCE

ELECTRICAL

CONNECTION

HOW TO REMOVE COOKTOP FOR CLEAN-

HI-SIM-WARM

ADJUSTMENT

VALVE

Appliances which require electrical ING AND SERVICING (if equipped)

powerare equipped with athree-prong grounding plug which must be plugged

directly into a properly grounded three- or

hole 120

When necessary, follow these proce-

dures to remove appliance for cleaning

servicing:

The WARM setting should produce a stabtefiamewhenturningtheknobfrom HI to WARM. On conventional surface burners, the flame shouldbe 1/8 inch or lower and must be stable on all ports on

volt electrical outlet,

1. Shut-off gas supply to appliance.

flame WARM should setting. extend For sealed to the outer burners, edge the of

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2. Disconnectelectrical supply to applJ-

3.

Disconnect gas supply tubing to ap- pliance.

the lip on the burner cap on the WARM

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4.

ance ance. Remove to cabinet. screws Remove that secure appliance appli- from cabinet.

line has been disconnected, check

setting.

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Always disconnect power to appfi-

ance before servicing. 5. Reverse procedure to reinstall If gas about 5 minutes to preheat burner cap.

Turn knob back to WARM; remove

the knob, center andinsertasmallscrewdriverinto of the valve stem. Adjust

forgasleaksafterrecennection.(See Installation Instructions for gas leak

test method.) Note: Atrained service- flame size by turning adjustment screw

To adjust: Operate burner on HI for

if an ungrounded, two-hole or other

type ISTHE electrical PERSONAL outlet RESPONSIBILITY is encountered, iT

OF THE APPLIANCE OWNER TO man should make the gas installa- ineitherdirection. Flamemustbeofsuf-

HAVE RECEPTACLE REPLACED

GROUNDED

THREE HOLE ELECTRICAL OUTLET. The three-prong grounding plug is pro- vided for protection against shock haz- ards. DO NOT CUT OR REMOVE THE THIRD GROUNDING PRONG FROM

WITH A PROPERLY

tion, disconnection, and re-connec- ficient size to be stable on all burner

tion of gas supply to the appliance,

or ports.NEVER SIMMER setting. adjustflame sizeatthe HI

THE POWER CORD PLUG.

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SERVIC

BEFORE CALLING A SERVICE TECHNICIAN, CHECK THE FOLLOWING:

PROBLEM

CAUSE

 

CORRECTION

1.

Surface burner fails to light

a.

power supply not connected

a.

connect power, check circuit

 

(pilotless ignition), breaker or fuse box.

 

b.

clogged burner port(s),

b.

clean ports with straight pin.

c.

sealed

burner incorrectly in-

c.

see page8.

 

stalled.

 

d.

sealed burner model: electrode or ignitor has broken.

d.

call serviceman to replace.

e.

pilot models:

pilot (s not [it.

e.

light pilot, see page 4.

2.

Burner flame uneven

a.

clogged burner port(s),

a.

clean ports with straight pin.

 

b.

burner not properly positioned,

b.

see page 5 or 8 to correctly re- place burner or burner cap.

3.

Surface burner flame

a.

air gas mixture not proper,

a.

call serviceman to adjust burner

lifts off port

primary air.

yellow in color

4.

Poppingsound heard This is a normal sound that occurs with some types of gas when a hot burner is

when burner extinguishes,

turned off. The popping sound is nota safety hazard and will notdamage the appli-

ance.

SERVICING

Electrical supply, if equipped, must be

bet, along with the model and serial

purchase and details concerning your

disconnectedfromthewalloutletbefore numbers of the appliance. (Bee front problem.

servicingappliance. Do not repair or re- placeany part of your range unless spe- cifically recommended in this manual,

All a qualified other servicing technician. should be referred to

cover for locationof your model and se-

rial numbers.) If you did not receive satisfactory serv- ice through your servicer or Maycor you may contact the Major Appliance Con-

sumer Action Panel by letter including

tous. Ouraddressisfoundontherating your name, address, and telephone

plate. See front cover for location of rat- ing plate,

number, as well as the model and serial numbers of the appliance.

Ifyou are unableto obtain service, write

HOW TO OBTAIN

SERVICE

When your appliance requires service or replacement parts, contact your

MajorApplianceConsumerActionPanel 20 NorthWackerDrive Chicago,IL 60606

If you are not satisfied with the local re- sponse to your service requirements, call or write MAYCOR Appliance Parts

Dealer orAuthorizedServicer. Use only and Service Company, 240 Edwards MACAP (Major Appliance Consumer

Action Panel) is an independent agency sponsored by three trade associations

genuine factory or Maycor parts if re- placementpartsarenecessary. Consult the Yellow Pages in your telephone di- rectory under appliance for the service center nearest you. Be sure to include

your name, address, and phone num- purchased the appliance, the date of

dealer from whom you

37311,

(615) 472-3500. Include or have avail-

Street,

S.E.,

Cleveland, TN

able the complete model and serial asacourtofappealsonconsumercom-

numbers of the appliance, the nameand

address of the

plaints which have not been resolved satisfactorilywithin a reasonable period of time.

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FULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTY

DOMESTIC

GAS OR ELECTRIC

RANGE

_aycorAppliance Parts& Service Company wiil repair or replace,without charge, any part of your product whichhas defect in materiaror workmanship during the first year after the date of the original installation.This warranty extends to any owner during the one-year warranty period.

LIMITED 5 YEAR WARRANTY

On erectricranges equippedwith solid disc or smoothtop heating elements, and ongas ranges with sealed burners, for an additional 4 year period beyond the first yearof the general coverage of this warranty, Maycor will replace any of the solid disc or smoothtop heating elements, or sealed burners which fail to heat as a result of defective workmanship or material. Additionally, Maycor will replace any smoothtop cooking surface which cracks or breaks during normal household cooking. These parts must be instalredby a qualified person. Any labor charge required for replacement is not covered by this warranty.

HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE

To obtain the repair or replacement of a defective part under these warranties, you should contact the dealer from whom you purchased the appliance or a servicer he designates.

BY THESE WARRANTIES

WHAT IS NOT COVERED

1. Conditions and damage resulting from improper in- 5. Any product used for other than normal household

stallation, delivery, unauthorized repair, modifica- use. It does not extend to products purchased for

lion, or damage not attributable to a defect in mate- rial or workmanship.

commercial or industrial use.

2. Conditions resulting from damage, such as: (1) im-

6. Any expense incurred for service calls to correct in+ stallation errors or to instruct you on how to use the

proper maintenance, (b) misuse, abuse, accident, products. or (c) incorrect electrical current or voltage.

3. Warranties are void if the original serial number has been removed, altered, or cannot be readily deter- mined.

4. Light bulbs,

ADDITIONAL

HELP

7. CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES SUSTAINED BY ANY PERSON AS A RESULT OF ANY BREACH OF THESE WARRANTIES OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or inci- dental damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you.

If you are not satisfied with the local response to your service requirements and wish to contact Maycor, please ad- dress your letterto the Customer Relations Department, Maycer Parts & ServiceCompany, 240 Edwards Street, S.E.,

+ Cleveland, TN 37311 or call (615) 472-3500. To save time, your letter should include the complete model and serial numbers ofthe warrantedappliance, the nameand address of the dealer from whom you purchased the appliance, the date of purchase and details concerning your problem.

These warranties are the only written or expressed warranties given by Maycor. No one is authorized to increase, alter, or enlarge Maycor's responsibilities or obligations under these warranties. These warranties give you specific

: legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

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FULL ONE-YEAR

WARRANTY

DOMESTIC

GAS OR ELECTRIC

RANGE

4aycorAppliance Parts & Service Company willrepair or replace, withoutcharge, any part of your product which has

defect in material or workmanship

to any owner during the one-year warranty period.

during the first year after the date of the original installation. This warranty extends

LIMITED 5 YEAR WARRANTY

_n e_ectricranges equipped withs

an additional4yea r period beyondthefi rstyea r of thege heralcoverage ofthis warrarity, Maycor will replace anyofthe

iddisc

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heating e_ements_ and _n gas ranges with sea_ed burners, f_r

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material. Additionally, Maycor will replace any smoothtop cooking surface which cracks or breaks during normal

household cooking

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heating elements,

or sealed

burners which fail to heat as a result of defective workmanship

Any labor charge required for replacement

These parts must be installed by a qualified person.

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To obtain the repair or replacement of a defective part under these warranties, you should contact the dealer from whom you purchased the appliance or a servicer he designates.

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1. Conditions and damage resultingfrom improper in- stallation, delivery, unauthorized repair, modifica- tion, or damage not attributable to a defect in mate-

5. Any product used for other than normal household use. It does not extend to products purchased for commercial or industrial use.

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2. Conditions resulting from damage, such as: (1) im-

stallation errors or to instruct you on how to use the

proper maintenance, (b) misuse, abuse, accident, products.

or (c) incorrect electrical current or voltage.

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Warranties are void if the original serial number has

been removed,

mined.

altered, or cannot be readily deter-

4. Light bulbs,

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7. CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES SUSTAINED BY ANY PERSON AS A RESULT OF ANYBREACH OF THESE WARRANTIES OR ANY IMPLIED WAFIF:IANTY.Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or inci- ) dental damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you.

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If you are not satisfied with the local response to your service requirements and wish to contact Maycor, please ad- dress your letter to the Customer Relations Department, Maycor Parts & Service Company, 240 Edwards Street, S.E., Cleveland TN 37311 or call (615) 472-3500. To save time, your letter should include the corn pl ete model and serial

numbers of the warranted appliance, the name and address date of purchase and details concerning your problem.

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These warranties are the only written or expressed warranties given by Maycor. No one is authorized to increase, alter, or enlarge Maycor's responsibilities or obligations under these warranties. These warranties give you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

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