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    Built-In Ovens Use and Care Manual Models: HBL8750, HBL8550, HBL8650[...]

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    T able of Content s About This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Ho[...]

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    Questions? 1-800-944-2904 We look forward to hearing from you! This Bosch Ap[...]

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    English 1 About This Manual How This Manual is Organized Y ou can ge t the most out of your new oven[...]

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    English 2 Safety Proper Inst allation and Maintenance Have the installer show you the location of th[...]

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    English 3 Use this appliance only for it s intended purpose as described in th is manual. For exampl[...]

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    English 4 Always place oven racks in desired locati on while oven is cool. If a rack must be moved w[...]

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    English 5 Wipe out excessive spillage be fore self-cleaning the oven. Birds have very sensitive re s[...]

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    English 6 Getting S t arted Part s and Accessories Parts* * Picture shows double oven. Y our applian[...]

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    English 7 the vent, and condensation may collect in this area. This ar ea may be warm when the oven [...]

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    English 8 Inserting Rack Flat Rack The rack is designed with a stop so it will stop before coming co[...]

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    English 9 5. Lift the rack up. 6. Push the rack in completely . 7. Engage the rack’ s front hooks [...]

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    English 10 Control* *This is a double oven control pane l. Y our control p anel may vary slightly . [...]

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    English 1 1 Display Symbols* *All symbols are displayed on double ovens. Only the Fast Prehea t Symb[...]

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    English 12 Before Using the Oven for the First T ime • Oven must be prope rly installed by a quali[...]

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    English 13 Operation About the Appliance Y our new oven combines premium cooking result s and simple[...]

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    English 14 T o set the clock: 1. The oven must be turned of f in order to access the “ Setup ” m[...]

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    English 15 2. Use the arrows to select the " Date " menu item. The year display now ap pea[...]

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    English 16 Selecting the Upper or Lower Oven T o set a heat ing mode and temp erature in a do uble o[...]

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    English 17 Panel Lock The panel lock is a child safety mecha nism to prevent children from accidenta[...]

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    English 18 Fast Preheat Fast Preheat heat s the oven quicker than standard p reheat. It is availa bl[...]

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    English 19 Cook Time Use the Cook T ime feature to oper ate the cooking mode for a set period of tim[...]

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    English 20 End Time/Start Time Use End T ime or S tart T ime to delay the start of a timed mode. Ent[...]

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    English 21 T o set the Start T ime: 1. Set the Cook T ime. 2. Press ( . The S tart T ime appears bet[...]

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    English 22 Recipe Recipe contains functions with pr e-programmed settings. The cooking mode, tempera[...]

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    English 23 Note: • It is necessary to preheat for bake d goods, pie, and pizza. • When using an [...]

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    English 24 3. Press ) . The name of the first pr ogram of the selected category appears between the [...]

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    English 25 Probe The probe measure s the internal temperature of the food. The probe is available fo[...]

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    English 26 • The range for the internal temper ature is between 135°F and 200°F (60° C and 100?[...]

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    English 27 The following can be set: Menu item Description Default Clock with 12-hour or 24-ho ur di[...]

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    English 28 Getting the Most Out of Y our Appliance General T ip s Pan Placement Baking results ar e [...]

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    English 29 Bake The Bake mode can be used to prep are a va riety of food items, from p astries to ca[...]

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    English 30 Ti ps: • Place food in shallow , uncovered p ans , such as cookie shee ts without sides[...]

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    English 31 T rue Convection T rue Convection is well suited for cookin g individual serving-sized fo[...]

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    English 32 True Convection Chart Pie Use Pie to cook fresh or frozen pies. Ti ps: • Baking times m[...]

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    English 33 Pie Chart Pizza Use the Pizza mode for fresh or frozen pizza. Ti ps: • For a crispy cru[...]

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    English 34 Roast Roast is best suited for large cut s of meat and poultry . Ti ps: • Use a high-si[...]

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    English 35 Convection Roast Chart *Roasting times are approximate and may vary depending on sh ape o[...]

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    English 36 Ti ps: • Preheat oven 3– 4 minutes. Do not preheat fo r more than 5 minutes. • S te[...]

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    English 37 Convection Broil Convection Broil mode is well suited fo r cooking thick, tender cuts of [...]

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    English 38 S peed Convection S peed Convection is well suited for frozen convenience foods such as f[...]

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    English 39 Proof • Proofing is the rising of yeast dough. • The Proof mode temperature range is [...]

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    English 40 Dehydrate Use Dehydrate to dry and/or prese rve foods such as fruits, veget ables and her[...]

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    English 41 V egetables Peppers Mushrooms T omatoes W ash and towel dry . Remove me mbrane of peppers[...]

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    English 42 Cleaning and Maintenance Cleaning Self-Clean During Self-Clean , the oven is heated to a [...]

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    English 43 • The special heat-resistant enam el and the polished compone nts in the o ven can beco[...]

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    English 44 Maintenance Replacing an Oven Light Use only 10 W att, 12 V olt bi-pin halogen lig ht bul[...]

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    English 45 T o replace the halogen bulb on the ove n sidewall: 3. Remove the halogen b ulb and repla[...]

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    English 46 Removing the Oven Door T o remove the oven door: T o replace the oven door: m CAUITION: W[...]

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    English 47 Service Before Calling Service Troubleshooting Chart Oven Problem Possible Causes and Sug[...]

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    English 48 Data Plate The dat a plate shows the model and serial number . Refer to the dat a plate o[...]

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    English 49 ST A TEMENT OF LIMITED PRODUCT W ARRANTY What this Warranty Covers & Who it Applies t[...]

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    English 50 Warranty Exclusions The warranty coverage describe d herein excludes all defects or damag[...]

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