Bosch BOSCH GAS FREE-STANDING CONVECTION RANGE manual

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    GAS FREE-ST ANDING CONVECTION RANGE Use and Care Manual For Use with Model(s): all gas models[...]

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    The Bosch range ref erred to thoughout this manual is manufactured by BSH Home Appliance Corp. A Spe[...]

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    Important Safety Instructions ......................................................................[...]

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    English • 1 Please read all instructions before using this appliance. Do not store or use combusti[...]

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    English • 2 Please read all instructions before using this appliance. Important Safety Instruction[...]

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    English • 3 Drawings are not to scale. Range Parts: 8 . Incandescent Lights (back wall) 9 . Oven C[...]

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    English • 4 The Oven Control Panel Getting Familiar with Your Range Cooking Mode Control Knob Lock[...]

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    English • 5 Setting Up Your Range TIMER 1 TIMER 1 TIMER 1 TIMER 1 TIMER 1 HR:MIN TIMER 0: 00 0: 00[...]

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    English • 6 Setting Up Your Range SELECT FUNCTIONS is the section of the menu where you can set or[...]

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    English • 7 12 H R CLOCK DISPLAY (ON or OFF) • Clock time display can be turned off . • The de[...]

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    English • 8 Setting the Sabbath Feature 1. V erify that both the ov en and the warming drawer are [...]

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    English • 9 Burner Cap Burner Base Burner Grate Cooktop Right Side Burner - Side View Before Using[...]

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    English • 10 Burner Performance For best cooking results, observe the following burner characteris[...]

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    English • 11 Use - The Oven Oven Racks Depending on the model, the range is equipped with either t[...]

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    English • 12 CAUTION: Oven Modes and Features Rack Position (see graphic at right for further deta[...]

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    English • 13 Oven BAKE, PROOF (some models) and WARM Oven Modes - Bake and Convection Bake The Bak[...]

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    English • 14 Oven Modes - Broil and Convection Roast BROIL Broiling uses intense heat radiated fro[...]

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    English • 15 DEHYDRATE Dehydrate dries with heat from a third element behind the back wall of the [...]

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    English • 16 Selecting the Oven Mode Setting the Cooking Mode 1. Touch COOKING MODE. 2. BAKE will [...]

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    English • 17 Clearing the Timer/s 1. Touch TIME once. TIMER 1 flashes. 2. Turn knob to select CLEA[...]

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    English • 18 Be sure that the time-of-day clock displays the correct time before beginning. See ?[...]

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    English • 19 Using the Probe (some models) Note: Always remove probe from oven when cooking is com[...]

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    English • 20 The Warming Drawer (some models) See next page for detailed instructions. About the W[...]

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    English • 21 d o o F e r u t a r e p m e T / d e r e v o C d e r e v o c n U n o c a Bi Hd e r e v[...]

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    English • 22 Daily Cleaning Techniques The entire range can be safely cleaned by wiping with a soa[...]

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    English • 23 Care and Cleaning - Oven Preparing the Oven for Self Clean 1 . Remove all utensils an[...]

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    English • 24 Care and Cleaning - Oven Setting the Self-Clean Mode 1. Touch COOKING MODE. 2. Turn k[...]

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    English • 25 After self-cleaning, the entire oven can be safely cleaned with a soapy sponge, rinse[...]

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    English • 26 Cookware Selection Guide Match Pan Diameter to Flame Size – The flame should be the[...]

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    English • 27 Maintenance Figure B • Make sure the oven and lights are cool and power to the oven[...]

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    English • 28 Self Help - Cooktop Knob(s) are in the “light” position. T urn knob(s) to “OFF?[...]

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    English • 29 Self Help - Oven “F” and a number appears in display and control beeps continuous[...]

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    English • 30 Self Help - Range General Range Troubleshooting Tips: 1 . V eri fy that gas shut -off[...]

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    English • 31 The warranties provided by BSH Home Appliances Corp. in this Statement of Limited War[...]

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    AVERTISSEMENT Un message spécial à nos clients Au propriétaire de cuisinière Bosch, Merci et fé[...]

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    Instructions de sécurité importantes .............................................................[...]

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    Français • 1 Lire toutes les instructions avant d’utiliser l’appareil Ne pas ranager ni utili[...]

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    Français • 2 Lire toutes les instructions avant d’utiliser cet appareil. Instructions de sécur[...]

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    Français • 3 Dessins non à l’échelle Pièces de la cuisinère : 8 . Ampoules incandescentes ([...]

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    Français • 4 Panneau de contrôle du four Se familiariser avec la cuisinière Mode cuisson Bouton[...]

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    Français • 5 Réglage de la cuisinière PENDULE PENDULE PENDULE PENDULE PENDULE AM 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 [...]

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    Français • 6 Réglage de la cuisinière REMARQUE : Dans le cas d’une panne de courant, les fonc[...]

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    Français • 7 Réglage de la cuisinière 12 HR REMARQUE Le menu SELECT FUNCTIONS figure en anglais[...]

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    Français • 8 Réglage de la cuisinière Caractéristique SABBAT • Le four cuira pendant 73 h av[...]

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    Français • 9 Caractéristiques de la surface de cuisson Grilles Cette cuisinière a deux grilles;[...]

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    Français • 10 T ous les allumeurs font une étincelle lorsqu’un seul brûleur est mis en circui[...]

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    Français • 11 Grilles du four Selon le modèle, la cuisinière est doté de trois grilles plates [...]

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    Français • 12 Modes four et caractéristiques Positions de grille 6 5 4 3 2 1 Emplacement des pla[...]

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    Français • 13 CUISSON, LEVAGE (Certains Modèles) ET RÉCHAUD Mode four - Cuisson et cuisson à c[...]

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    Français • 14 Mode four - gril et rôtissage à convection GRIL Le gril utilise une chaleur inten[...]

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    Français • 15 DÉSHYDRATATION Modes four - déshydratation (Certains Modèles) La déshydratation[...]

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    Français • 16 Sélection mode four CONSEIL En sélectionnant OFF si non en mode réglage arrête [...]

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    Français • 17 3. Tourner le bouton pour régler les minutes. Si seules les minutes sont réglées[...]

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    Français • 18 Utilisation de la cuisson minutée La cuisson différée n’est pas recommandée p[...]

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    Français • 19 Utilisation de la sonde (Certains Modèles) TEMP SOND TEMP SOND TEMP SOND TEMP SOND[...]

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    Français • 20 Concernant le tiroir réchaud Le tiroir réchaud garde chaud, les aliments cuits à[...]

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    Français • 21 Réchauffer bols et assiettes vides • Utiliser seulement de la vaisselle résista[...]

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    Français • 22 Techniques de nettoyage quotidien T oute la cuisinière peut être nettoyée de f a[...]

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    Français • 23 Entretien et nettoyage - four Autonettoyage du four Les cuisinières Bosch sont dot[...]

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    Français • 24 Entretien et nettoyage - four Si la porte ne se verrouille pas, presser OFF et ne p[...]

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    Français • 25 Entretien et nettoyage - four T out le four peut être netto yé de façon sécurit[...]

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    Français • 26 Guide de sélection de casseroles F aire correspondr e le diamètre de la casserole[...]

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    Français • 27 Entretien Retrait de la porte Remise en place de la porte du four 1 . Maintenir la [...]

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    Français • 28 Le(s) bouton(s) est(sont) en position allumée. T ourner en position OFF ou au rég[...]

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    Français • 29 Aide - four PROBLÈME CAUSE POSSIBLE ET SUGGESTION Le bouton a été tourné trop r[...]

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    Français • 30 Aide - four (suite) Conseils généraux pour le guide de dépannage : 1 . S’assur[...]

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    Énoncé de garantie limitée Les garanties offertes par BSH Home Appliances Corp. dans cet énoncé[...]

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    La estufa Bosch a que se r efiere este manual ha sido fabricada por BSH Home Appliance Corp. Un Mens[...]

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    Instrucciones Importantes de Seguridad .............................................................[...]

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    Español • 1 No guarde o use materiales combustibles, gasolina u otros vapores y líquidos inflama[...]

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    Español • 2 Por favor lea todas las instrucciones antes de usar este aparato. Instrucciones Impor[...]

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    Español • 3 Partes incluidas con su estufa: 1 . Soporte Antivolcadura 2. Bandeja y Parrilla de As[...]

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    Español • 4 Cooking Mode T emperature Start Light T ime Off El Panel de Control del Horno Familia[...]

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    Español • 5 • Siempre configura el reloj inmediatamente después de la instalación o una falla[...]

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    Español • 6 Accesar y Usar el Menú de Seleccionar Funciones Para accesar al menú de SELECT FUNC[...]

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    Español • 7 CAMBIAR LA TEMPERATURA • El horno ha sido preconfigurado a la escala de temperatura[...]

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    Español • 8 Poner la Opción Sabatina 1. V erifique que el horno y el cajón calentador estén ap[...]

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    Español • 9 Tapa del quemador Base del quemador Rejilla del quemador Estufa Quemador Lado Derecho[...]

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    Español • 10 Perillas de Control de la Estufa Operación de la estufa Falla de Electricidad En el[...]

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    Español • 11 Rejillas del Horno Modos y Características del Horno Las dos secciones de la rejill[...]

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    Español • 12 Modos y Características del Horno Posición de Rejillas (vea los gráficos a la der[...]

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    Español • 13 HORNEADO, FERMENTADO (Algunos Modelos) y CALENTADO Modos del Horno - Horneado y Horn[...]

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    Español • 14 Modos del Horno - Asado y Tostado de Convección ASADO El Asado usa el calor intenso[...]

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    Español • 15 DESHIDRATADO El deshidratado seca con calor del quemador inf erior . El calor circul[...]

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    Español • 16 Seleccionar el Modo del Horno Configurar el Modo de Cocinar 1. Oprima COOKING MODE ([...]

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    Español • 17 Borrar el RELOJ 1. Oprima TIME una vez. RELOJ 1 parpadea. 2. Gire la perilla para se[...]

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    Español • 18 Asegúrese que el reloj con la hora del día indica la hora correcta antes de comenz[...]

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    Español • 19 Usando la Sonda (Algunos Modelos) Nota: Siempre debe quitar la sonda del horno cuand[...]

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    Español • 20 El Cajón Calentador (Algunos Modelos) V ea la siguiente página para instruc ciones[...]

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    Español • 21 Calentar platos y tazones vacíos de servir • Use sólo platos resistentes al calo[...]

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    Español • 22 Técnicas de Limpieza Diaria Se puede limpiar toda la estufa sin ningún problema co[...]

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    Español • 23 Cuidado y Limpieza - Horno Preparar el Horno para la Autolimpieza 1. Saque todos los[...]

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    Español • 24 Configurar el Modo de Autolimpieza 1. Oprima Modo de Cocinar. 2. Gire la perilla has[...]

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    Español • 25 Rejillas, (Horno, Cajón Calentador Empaque de Fibra de Vidrio Vidrio Superficies Pi[...]

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    Español • 26 Guía para Seleccionar Ollas Empareje el Diámetro de la Olla al Tamaño de la Llama[...]

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    Español • 27 Mantenimiento Reemplazar una Lámpara en el Horno 1. Lea la ADVERTENCIA a la derecha[...]

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    Español • 28 La perilla(s) está en la posición “encender ” . Gir e la perilla(s) a la posic[...]

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    Español • 29 Autoayuda - Horno El modo o la temperatura del horno o los números seleccionados no[...]

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    Consejos Generales para Resolver Problemas con la Estufa: 1. V erifique que la válvula de cierre de[...]

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    Las garantías ofrecidas por BSH Home Appliances Corp. en esta Declaratoria de Garantía Limitada ap[...]

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    5551 McFadden A venue, Huntington Beach, CA 92649 • 800-944-2904 5060003413 Rev C (No ECO) 07/04 ?[...]