Smart Range or Wall Oven - Starting Your Oven Remotely
The Remote Enable feature on smart wall ovens and ranges allows you to start your oven remotely by using the SmartHQ™ app on your smartphone, or hands-free control with Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant*.
The appliance needs to be connected to your home network before using the Remote Enable pad. For help getting Connected, visit: Smart Range or Wall Oven - Set Up Built-In WiFi
For more information about using Amazon Alexa for hands-free voice control of your Smart Appliances, see: Amazon Alexa Benefits for Smart Appliances
For more information about using the Google Assistant for hands-free voice control of your Smart Appliances, see: The Google Assistant Benefits for Smart Appliances
To start the oven remotely:
- You must first press the Remote Enable pad on the control panel or turn the knob to Remote Enable (on some wall ovens). You cannot start the oven remotely without first engaging Remote Enable. Consult your Owner's Manual for directions.
- This step ensures the safe operation of this feature so that nothing flammable is placed in the oven (other than the food) after enabling this feature and before cooking has started.
- Once activated, "Remote" will be lit in the display and the oven can now be remotely started through the SmartHQ app or by using Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant.
- Remote Enable turns off when the cooking cycle ends, you open the door, or if you cancel the feature. We recommend pressing the Remote Enable button each time you turn off the oven (or remove your food) so this feature will be ready for remote use the next time you need it.
For more information about using Remote Enable:
If you are having issues with the Remote Enable feature, WiFi connectivity to your oven, or the SmartHQ app, call the Connected Home Support Line at 1-800-220-6899, Monday -Friday 9am - 11pm ET, Saturday - Sunday 9am - 3pm ET, or email [email protected].
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