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Wall Ovens and Ranges - Tips for Self Clean

The following is helpful information and tips for using the Self-Clean (also called Auto Clean) cycle on your self-clean oven or range. In double oven models, you cannot self clean both ovens at the same time; you also cannot bake in one while self-cleaning the other.Before starting the Self-Clean c...

Wall Ovens & Ranges – Calibrating Oven Using 3x3 Keypad Control

If your oven's set temperature is too hot or not hot enough, you may need to calibrate (adjust) your oven's thermostat.  The oven set temperature can be increased or decreased up to 35 degrees by accessing the menu on the control panel. This adjustment will be retained in memory after a power f...

Maximum Turkey/Chicken Sizes for Ovens and Advantium

The below can be used as a general guideline when determining what sized turkey can be cooked in our ovens and ranges. For any size oven, the food item should have a minimum of one inch air space on all sides: top, bottom, right, left and back wall.Oven Poultry SizeFor any size oven, the f...

Wall Ovens & Ranges - Calibrating Oven with Double Row of Numbers on Control

If your oven's set temperature is too hot, or not hot enough, you may need to calibrate your oven's thermostat.  The oven set temperature can be increased or decreased up to 35 degrees by accessing the menu on the control panel. This adjustment will be retained in memory after a power failure a...

Wall Ovens & Ranges - Calibrating Oven Using Mini Knob on Control

If your oven's set temperature is too hot, or not hot enough, you may need to calibrate your oven's thermostat.  The oven set temperature can be increased or decreased up to 35 degrees by accessing the menu on the control panel.   This adjustment will be retained in memory after a power fa...

Wall Ovens & Ranges - Calibrating Oven Using Settings and Options on Control

If your oven's set temperature is too hot or not hot enough, you may need to calibrate (adjust) your oven's thermostat.  The oven set temperature can be increased or decreased up to 35 degrees by accessing the menu on the control panel. This adjustment will be retained in memory after a power f...

Oven Light Operation

Ranges and wall ovens have an interior light. On some models, the oven light will turn on automatically when the oven door is opened. Other models have a light switch for manually operating the oven light.If your model has an ON/OFF switch for manually operating the oven light, you will be...

Wall Ovens & Ranges - Calibrating Oven with LCD Touch Screen Control

If your oven's set temperature is too hot or not hot enough, you may need to calibrate (adjust) your oven's thermostat.  The oven set temperature can be increased or decreased up to 35 degrees by accessing the menu on the control panel.   This adjustment will be retained in the memory afte...

Gas Range Convection Baking and Roasting

Many GE, GE Profile, and GE Cafe gas ranges have convection systems that are more than a gas oven's "natural" convection." Convection gas range with a gas oven: The Convection feature on select gas range models incorporates a two-speed fan in the rear of the oven that circulates ho...

Wall Ovens - Stacked Applications

Single wall ovens are designed to be installed in a cabinet by itself, or with a built-in microwave, built-in Advantium oven, and/or warming drawer. Single wall ovens (including french-door models) cannot be stacked one on top of another (wall oven over wall oven) in the cabinet for these reaso...

Rating Plate Location on Older Cooking Products

The rating plate contains important information, the model and serial number, power ratings, and manufacturing location. The location of the rating plate varies depending on the product.To find the rating plate on older Hi-Lo Free Standing Double Oven Range (referred to as Americana ranges) 1980 and...

Compatible Roller Racks for Electric Ranges

Roller racks (also called full-extension racks) can be purchased for use in many ranges and wall ovens that do not already have a roller rack. It glides in and out on ball bearings and may be used in any rack position in the upper or lower oven.Roller racks are either nickel or enamel coated, heavy-...

Range - Oven Door Position During Broil

Broil with Door Open: Freestanding electric ranges (conventional and convection)The doors on ranges have an automatic catch/stop "Broil Position" that allows the door to stand slightly ajar when broiling. You can opt to broil with the door open or closed on freestanding ranges where the knobs are on...

Replacing Double Oven, Double Oven with Microwave or Hi-Lo Range

Built-in double oven or double ovens with microwave/Advantium are designed as one model and are wired together. You cannot replace just one of the ovens or the microwave./Advantium. You would need to replace the entire double oven. View our current Wall Ovens Hi-low ranges (ex. J...

Wall Ovens Pedestal Rails

New 30” double wall ovens are shipped with pedestal rail strips (may also be called risers). This allows for more flexibility when replacing an existing 30" double wall oven with one of our new models. When to use: Use when replacing an existing GE or GE Profile double wall oven. It is rec...

Oven Vent Location - Electric Free-Standing Ranges with Coil Elements

To minimize the possibility of electric shock, unplug this appliance from the power supply before attempting any maintenance or cleaning.The oven is vented through a duct under the right rear surface unit, and will release heat when either the oven or broiler is in use. This will cause that area of ...

Compatible Roller Racks for Gas and Dual Fuel Ranges

Roller racks (also called full extension racks) can be purchased for use in many ranges and wall ovens that do not already have a roller rack. It glides in and out on ball bearings and may be used in any rack position in the upper or lower oven.Roller racks are either nickel or enamel coated, heavy-...

DiGiorno® Pizza in WiFi Connect Wall Ovens & Ranges

GE Appliances and DiGiorno® have worked together to create a "don't miss a minute" technology to immediately start cooking your favorite DiGiorno® Pizza, a Nestlé® USA  brand, without waiting for your oven to preheat.By telling Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant* which of ...

Double Oven Range - Upper Oven Hot While Lower Oven Is In Use

On double oven ranges, it is not normal for the inside of the upper oven to get very hot while using the lower oven. If this occurs, service is recommended.  Please schedule an appointment with GE Appliances Factory Service....

Compatible Roller Racks for Wall Ovens

Roller racks (also called full-extension racks) can be purchased for use in many ranges and wall ovens that do not already have a roller rack. It glides in and out on ball bearings and may be used in any rack position in the upper or lower oven.Roller racks are either nickel or enamel coated, heavy-...

Ecomagination Appliances

Ecomagination is GE’s company-wide initiative to imagine and build innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. And with the ecomagination kitchen suite of appliances, GE is bringing this ambitious initiative into the home to help consumers save.Double Oven Electric Ra...

Range and Wall Oven - Slow Cook Mode

Available in many Free Standing Double Oven Ranges and the Twin Flex wall oven.  in the lower oven, is the SLOW COOK Mode.The Hi and Lo setting are similar to what is found on most crock pots today. The temperature for our slow cook mode is based on the food type. GE Appliances designed th...

Double Oven Ranges - Cleaning the Lower Oven

On double oven ranges, the lower oven can be self-cleaned and steam cleaned (if it has Steam Clean). Follow the directions outlined in your Owner's manual. For cleaning instructions, consult your Owner's Manual. Download a copy of the Owner's ManualNote: Both ovens cannot be self-cleaned at the...

Aluminum Foil Fused in Oven

Do not use aluminum foil to line the oven bottom. Foil can trap heat or melt, resulting in damage to the product and a shock or fire hazard. If foil, silicone liners, or other similar products have fused to the bottom of the oven, we cannot provide suggestions for removing the foil. For assista...

Range Operations That Work During Self-Clean

Oven Operation (Double Ovens): Our double ovens and old Hi-Lo ranges (gas, electric,microwave and convection) have circuitry that allows the use of one oven while self-cleaning the other. In some models, baking, broiling, roasting, convection, microwaving and all other related functions can be perfo...

Range and Wall Oven - Pizza Mode

The Pizza Mode on double-oven free-standing ranges and Twin Flex wall ovens provides ideal cooking conditions for preparing fresh or frozen pizzas at the touch of a button.The Pizza mode utilizes:PreheatTemperatureUse of bake and broil elementsTop browningBottom of crustWhy Different Settings for Fr...

Free-Standing Gas and Electric Ranges with Double Ovens

Double oven ranges allow you to cook two different dishes at two different temperatures at the same time. Both the upper and lower oven have a rack that is used whenever you bake or warm foods, and are interchangeable between the ovens. The smaller upper oven is ideal for baking a 9 x...

Wall Oven - Rack Dimensions

The oven racks in 5.0 (30") and 4.3 (27") cu ft ovens measure approximately:30" Wall Ovens Convection Ovens: 23.78" wide by 14.81" deep Non-Convection Ovens: 23.78" wide by 17.25" deep27" Wall Ovens Convection Ovens: 21.20" wide by 15.18" deep Non-Convection Ovens: 21.20" wide by 17.18" deep24" Wall...

Cleaning Range Knobs

To clean the range knobs:Pull off knobs.Wash gently in a mild detergent and water solution with a soft cloth. Do not soak the knobs. Dry well.Return the controls, making sure to match the flat area on the back of the knob to the shaft.On double oven model ranges, be sure not to interchange the oven ...

Range - Chef Connect Feature

Gas, dual fuel, and electric ranges with Chef Connect can be synced (paired)* with any hood or over-the-range microwave that also has Chef Connect. This feature allows you to synchronize the clocks on both the range and microwave or hood, as well as the cooktop burners ...

Range Anti Tip Brackets

All of our freestanding, slide-in and drop-in ranges manufactured since the Fall of 1988 include an anti-tip device. This bracket is essential to the safe operation of the range. It provides protection when excess force or weight is applied to an open oven door. (The bracket is not needed on Hi/Low ...

Slide-In Ranges - Entering Demo Mode on 2018 and Newer Models

Demo mode allows you to use the range control panel without the unit heating. Dealers will wire the unit to 120V (instead of 240V), which will initiate Demo Mode.  Some models manufactured in (approximately) 2018, as well as our  2019 and newer wall ovens,have a code that must be entered w...

Microwave and Advantium Interiors

Microwaves and Advantium ovens may have a painted, white or gray epoxy interior finish, a dark gray porcelain enamel finish, or a stainless cavity interior.White or Gray Epoxy Interior Countertop and many over-the-range microwaves have a white or gray epoxy (painted) interior finish. Monog...

Wall Ovens & Ranges - How to Calibrate My Oven

How to Calibrate My OvenIf your gas or electric oven temperature does not match your expectations, you can calibrate (adjust) your oven temperature.  The steps for oven calibration depend on the type of oven controls.  This adjustment will not affect the broiling or self-cleaning temperatu...

Range and Wall Oven Sabbath Mode

The Sabbath mode feature was designed for use on the Jewish Sabbath and holidays when the observant are prohibited from turning the oven on or off, or taking an action that causes the oven control display to change. The Sabbath mode control allows the oven to operate in the Sabbath mode for a minimu...

Range and Wall Oven - Set-Up Built-In WiFi Connect

Ranges and Wall Ovens with WiFi Connect have Built-In WiFi. This feature is called Remote Enable, and is available on select freestanding ranges, double wall ovens, and single wall ovens. Visit Connected Ranges & Wall Ovens for all WiFi Connect cooking products.To set up WiFi Connect on you...

Wall Oven - Twin Flex Oven

The Twin Flex convection oven fits into a 30" single wall oven cut-out and features two twin ovens. There are several options available, which allows for flexible and versatile cooking to suit your needs. Save time by cooking two foods at once by using both ovens at the same time.Cooking Options:Tru...

Double Wall Ovens - Setting Clean Options

Some double wall ovens have separate control pads labeled Upper Oven and Lower Oven. These control pads designate which oven to use. When cleaning the ovens, pressing the Self Clean or Steam Clean pad by itself will default to the upper oven. Press the start pad to begin the function in the upper ov...

Microwave Double Duty Shelf

The double duty shelf allows you to cook several foods at once, and increases the oven's cubic foot capacity. Shelf cooking requires more care than regular cooking; we recommend following the following tips: Arrange the food as indicated in the Owner's Manual. Choose the right size cooking utensil f...

Double Wall Oven Display for Upper & Lower Oven

Most double wall ovens with an upper and lower oven have a large display that shows the Upper and Lower oven mode and temperature when the ovens are in use.The time of day (clock) is displayed on the upper left side of the display. The Upper oven mode (ex. Bake) and temperature is located on the upp...

Double Wall Ovens - Sabbath Mode

Sabbath Mode on wall ovens is set through the Special Features mode on the oven control. Directions are found in the Owner's Manual for the oven. Download a copy of the Owner's Manual.When setting the Sabbath Mode on a double wall oven, it activates the Sabbath Mode for both ovens, even though only ...

Wall Oven or Range - Self-Clean Cycle Did Not Start

If your wall oven or range will not self-clean, check the following: The self-clean cycle will not start if the oven temperature is too high. After cooking in the oven, allow it to cool completely before setting the oven for self-clean. With both gas and electric ovens, check the Owner's Manual to b...

Wall Oven - Door Position During Broil

Modern wall ovens are designed specifically for closed door broiling and produce optimal broiling results. It is a good idea to use closed-door broiling when cooking in an oven where controls above the door. This helps protect the controls from getting too hot. If you have a gas wall ...

True European Convection Systems

is:A 6-pass broil element in the top of the oven and a 6 or 8-pass bake element in the bottom of the oven are used in conjunction with a third heating element. This third element is a 2500-watt, double-loop element located in the back wall of the oven, and it surroun...

Wall Oven - Normal Light Operation

On double wall ovens, there are different ways the oven lights may operate: Both oven lights come on when one door is opened. Use the electronic control panel to turn the lights on and off when the door is closed. If the bottom oven does not have its own light switch, it operates by the upper oven d...

Range and Wall Oven WiFi Connect - Benefits of the Kitchen - GE Appliances App

On freestanding gas, dual fuel, and electric ranges, single wall ovens, and double wall ovens with "WiFi Connect" features, you can monitor and control your oven on your smart phone by using the Kitchen - GE Appliances app (available through the Apple App Store and Google Play).W...

Wall Ovens - True European Convection with Direct Air

True European Convection with Direct Air combines true european convection with a direct air flow from the top of the oven to provide optimal heat circulation as hot air flows around your food.   About True European Convection with Direct Air: A 6-pass broil element in the top of...

Trivection™ Longer Preheat Time

This is for the slide-in Trivection™ range:If the burners are operating and the SpeedCooking mode is being used, the oven preheat time can almost double. This is because the oven elements and the cooktop elements are sharing the available energy to prevent the circuit breaker(s) or fuse(s) in the ho...

Monogram Amp Size

Monogram Amps:Refrigerators20 ampsDishwashers15 or 20 ampsHoods15 or 20 ampsAdvantium (Built-in)30 ampsAdvantium (Over-the-Range)15 ampsMicrowaves15 or 20 amps36" Induction Cooktop50 amps30" Induction Cooktop40 amps30", 36" & 48" Gas Cooktop15 amps48" Range50 amps36" Range30 amps30" Range25 amps...

Wall Ovens & Ranges - Self-Cleaning Oven Does Not Clean

If your oven does not clean after the self-clean cycle: With both gas and electric ovens, check the directions to be certain that all operations were done correctly for starting the clean cycle.  Mechanical Timers must be set to the proper positions. The stop dial must be set three hours ahead ...

Rotisserie Accessory

The rotisserie was an accessory available in some wall ovens. Starting mid-year in 1991, we no longer offered a rotisserie in the wall ovens. A convection wall oven or range can provide similar results. The convection roast feature would most closely compare to rotisserie cooking.About the...

Wall Oven Open Bottom vs Solid Bottom Installation

There are two recommended installations for a single or double wall oven inside a cabinet, including undercounter applications. While either installation is approved, check with the cabinet maker as well as the Installation Instructions for model specific information. Downlo...

Explanation of Sabbath Mode Feature

The observance of the Sabbath and religious holidays in Judaism requires a restriction on certain activities during holy times. Jewish religious laws can apply to the use of appliances during the Sabbath (ex. the oven cannot be turned on or off). GE Appliances has worked with third party k...

Monogram Appliances - Explanation of Sabbath Mode Feature

The observance of the Sabbath and religious holidays in Judaism requires a restriction on certain activities during holy times. Jewish religious laws can apply to the use of appliances during the Sabbath (ex. the oven cannot be turned on or off). GE Appliances has worked with third party k...

Double Wall Oven / Microwave - Use of Glass Microwave Tray in Convection Mode

Double wall ovens that feature a convection microwave as the upper oven (and stand alone convection microwaves) will have a disclaimer imprinted on the glass microwave tray that says: "For use in microwave mode only."If the owner's manual indicates that the microwave glass tray should remain in plac...

Range Setting the Timer

The range timer operates as an hour and minute timer and can be used at any time, even when the range is in use.How to set the timer with number entry controls: Press the Timer pad Using the numbers enter the time in hours and minutes Press Start padTo turn the timer off: Press the Timer pad. I...

Monogram Appliance Warranty

An appliance warranty begins with the date of purchase.The sales invoice, letter from the builder, or other proof of occupancy validates the purchase date. When proof of purchase or ownership is not available, the manufacturing date of the appliance will be used to determine the ...

Microwave Recipe Conversion

Most regular recipes can be converted to the microwave oven with minor changes in the technique used. The nature of a microwave should be taken into consideration, i.e.; less browning, less evaporation of liquids, etc.It is recommended to follow a "similar" microwave recipe and adapt your convention...

Trivection Cooking Technology

In Fall, 2003 - GE proudly introduced a new cooking technology - Trivection™.  These models are no no longer being manufactured.By combining thermal, convection and microwave heating, these Trivection ovens automatically delivered the ideal cooking mix to produce optimal texture, crispness, moi...

Wall Oven or Range Stuck on Demo Mode

Electric wall ovens and ranges (includes dual fuel) run on 240V, but are designed to go into Demo Mode when hooked up to 120v service. Dealers use a Demo Cord Kit to hook up units to a 120v outlet, which allows them to demonstrate the electronic controls and lights. It ...

Oven Vent Location – Gas and Electric Wall Ovens

Wall ovens do not vent to the outside. There is an internal vent on wall ovens.  Prior to 2007: Oven is vented through a vent tube under the control panel. After 2007: For single and double wall ovens, the vent is below the door to keep electronics cooler, improve appearance, and provide a bett...

Wall Oven - Clock Moves on Display

If the clock does not remain in one place on the display on a double wall oven, this is normal. It shifts to different locations on the screen when no functions are being used. It may move from the lower right corner to the upper left corner throughout the day. There is not a way to fix the loc...

Fit Guarantee

The for wall ovens, cooktops, and slide-in ranges ensures an exact fit to make replacement easy and provides you with purchase confidence and peace of mind.Wall OvensGE Appliances guarantees your new qualifying 27" or 30" GE Café™ Series, GE Profile™ Series or GE® built-in standard sin...

Monogram Graphite Appliances

1/25/17: Monogram Graphite is no longer available to order.Sept 29, 2015: We recently launched our Monogram Graphite page introducing our new finish.We set out to create a defining new finish for our Monogram line, expanding our vision beyond the kitchen to take in the palettes, ...

Range - Tips for Setting and Using the Timer

Timer Operation Press Timer On/Off; 0:00 shows on the display. Enter the time in hours and/or minutes according to your Owner's Manual. Ex. For 5 minutes, press 005 and Start. For 1 hour, press 100 and Start.  Press Start to start the Timer.Range - Setting the TimerAbout the Timer: Th...

Wall Ovens - Rack Positions for Multi-Rack Convection Bake

On 30" single and double wall ovens with a ladder rack support system (rack supports on the sides look like a ladder), rack position is important when using the "Multi-Rack Convection Bake" feature.  Ladder racks are found on most GE Profile and GE Cafes Series models. There are 6 lad...

Wall Ovens - Rack Positions for Multi-Rack Convection Bake

On Monogram 30" single and double wall ovens with a ladder rack support system (rack supports on the sides look like a ladder), rack position is important when using the "Multi-Rack Convection Bake" feature. There are 6 ladder rack positions, with "1" being the lowest. The Owner's Manual f...

Appliances - Hard-Wired

Major Appliances that are hard-wired into the house.Hard-wired means the electrical cable comes furnished with the product and is physically connected or wired into the household wiring. There is NO plug to plug in.All built-in products (including built-in ovens and drop-ins) have conduit with the e...

Oven Temperature Is Not Correct

To minimize the possibility of electric shock, unplug this appliance from the power supply before attempting any maintenance or cleaning.If your oven temperature does not seem to be correct, check the following:Make sure the oven preheated and set to the proper temperature. The oven needs time to pr...

Range / Wall Oven - Oven Error, Fault or Function Codes

Fault codes are programmed in all electronic range or oven controls. These codes help GE Appliances Factory Service technicians quickly diagnose issues with the range or oven. In the event that the electronic control displays a fault code, a trained Service Technician should be called to diagnose an...

Advantium Cookware Use by Cooking Mode

The type of cooking mode determines what type of cookware to use in the Advantium. When you use a preprogrammed selection, the display will scroll a message with which tray to use. The largest rectangular dish that can be used is an 11" x 7" dish in the over-the range models and 13" x 9" in the wall...

Range Optimal Baking Performance

Many factors will affect the baking time in your oven. To ensure accurate baking, we suggest the following:Preheat Be sure to preheat the oven to the selected temperature. This can take 10-20 minutes, and most models will have a signal that will alert you when the oven is ready. For more information...

Oven Temperature Bake Test

Performing this test can better help you decide if your range or oven is baking at the correct temperature. Range Optimal Baking PerformanceSupplies needed: 1 Shiny aluminum cookie sheet or aluminum foil wrapped dark pan (If you only have dark pans, cover the entire pan, top and bottom, with aluminu...

Range - Timed Bake and Delayed Bake Options

Time Bake (or Cook Time), Automatic Oven Timers, and Delay Bake (or Delay Time, Delay Start) are options designed for the busy person that cannot be tied down to being in the kitchen or at home at specific times to turn the oven on or off. These controls can be preset to start and stop your ove...

Range Problem Cleaners (Self-Clean & Continuous Clean)

Self-Clean Ovens: No commercial oven cleaner even those stating for self-clean models (Easy OFF, etc.) of any kind should be used in or around any part of the self-clean oven. If commercial oven cleaner has been used on the self-cleaning oven, be sure to remove all traces of cleaner prior to operati...

Range Oven Not Heating In Pilot Ignition

When lighting the pilot for the very first time, the ignition time may take longer due to air in the tubes. To empty the air in the tubes light the top burners. Then just follow the instructions inside the oven door.Instructions to light the oven pilot (Found on the oven door)Ensure the top burners ...

The Google Assistant Benefits for WiFi Connect Appliances

Your WiFi Connect Appliances works with the Google Assistant* to take GE, Cafe, and Monogram's suite of WiFi Connect Appliances to the next level with hands-free voice controls.You must have one or more GE Appliances or Monogram WiFi Connect products connected to your home WiFi network. For mor...

Wall Oven - Trivection Settings Options

The Trivection touch pad control has additional "Settings" that you may choose to use. They remain in the control’s memory, even after a power failure. Consult the Owner's Manual for programming instructions. Download a copy of the Owners Manual. Note: The Trivection Oven is no longer manufactu...

Range and Wall Oven WiFi Connect - Control Your Oven Remotely

The Remote Enable feature on WiFi Connect wall ovens and ranges allows you to start your oven remotely by using the Kitchen - GE Appliances 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 befo...

Gas Range Will Not Turn On - Pilot Models

If the oven will not light on a standing pilot model, the oven will need to be lighted manually. This applies to some non-self clean, freestanding gas ranges,including the models below:JGBS04PPH2CTJGBS04PPH2WHJGBS04PPH2WWJGBS06PPH2CTJGBS06PPH2WHRGB508PPH1CTRGB508PPH2ADRGB508PPH2WHRGB523PPH2CTRGB523P...

Range - Oven Capacity Measurement

There are two capacity measurements we use:Gross/Total Oven Capacity: This will include usable capacity plus the area under the bottom rack, above the bottom of the broil element, window recess, area around the convection fan, area from edge of rack support to the side wall oven the oven. Unlike oth...

Functions of the Quick Set I Range Control

The QuickSet I* Ranges have the following features: Single Oven Control Knob with 360 Degree Rotation Auto Self-Clean Two-Step Self-Clean Dual Element Bake 12 Hour Automatic Oven Shutoff Consumer Adjustable Thermostat Pre-heat Light (glows when the oven reaches the selected temperature)QuickSet I Op...

QuickSet I Range Controls

QuickSet I Ranges have the following features:Single Oven Control Knob with 360 Degree RotationAuto Self-CleanTwo-Step Self-CleanDual Element Bake12 Hour Automatic Oven ShutoffAdjustable ThermostatPre-heat Light (glows when the oven reaches the selected temperature)QuickSet I Operations:Two-Step Cle...

Range and Wall Oven WiFi Connect - Cancel Remote Enable

The Remote Enable feature on WiFi Connect wall ovens and ranges allows you to start your oven remotely by using the Kitchen - GE Appliances app on your smartphone, or hands-free control with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant*.The appliance needs to be connected to your home network before u...

Oven Cooking Too Slow or Too Fast

If the oven is cooking too slow or too fast, the oven thermostat may need to be adjusted (calibrated). If you have a new oven or range, the oven has been set correctly at the factory and is more apt to be accurate than the oven which it replaced. When using recipes you've used for a long t...

Trivection Oven - Chef's Guide Controls

Chef’s Guide oven controls are an entirely new control designed specifically for Trivection technology models. This control features a multi line display that is easy to use and prompts the user while programming the oven.Chef’s Guide oven control pad includes:Control Screen & Keypad- All cookin...

Start Connecting With Your Café WiFi Connect Appliances

When you can't be in two places at once, Café WiFi Connect Appliances give you a hand. You can conveniently turn down the oven temperature while greeting guests and then check your ice supply as you pour more drinks. It's easy to set up and use, simply: To get started using your connected appliances...

Range and Wall Oven WiFi Connect - Starting Your Oven Remotely

The Remote Enable feature on WiFi Connect wall ovens and ranges allows you to start your oven remotely by using the Kitchen - GE Appliances 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 befo...

Common Cake Baking Problems

Cakes Peaked High in the Middle:The oven temperature may be too high.The pans may be too close together or too close to the oven walls. Allow 1"- 1 1/2" between the pans and the oven walls.There may be insufficient liquid or over-mixing. Follow the recipe directions and measure carefully.Cakes Don't...

Cooking - Traditional and Convection Cooking Systems

GE Appliances offers several different convection systems on ranges and wall ovens.  Different convection cooking modes are available on these systems. Details on the cooking modes can be found in the Owner's Manual for your product.Download a copy of your Owner's ManualTraditional: Do not...

Use of Commercial Oven Cleaner in Self-Cleaning Ovens

Do not clean your self-clean oven with commercial oven cleaners, even those designed for self-clean ovens. Self-clean ovens offer a self-clean cycle, and most models manufactured 2016 and after also have a Steam Clean cycle. You can also manually clean them with dish soap and water. For mo...

Range - Oven Door Won't Unlock

The Oven Door Has Been Locked Accidentally If there is food in the oven, let the oven cool to room temperature and try to unlatch the door. If no food or utensils are in the oven, start a self-clean cycle, then hit Clear/Off after 60 seconds. If that does not unlock the door, run a short self-clean ...

Electrical Arcing (Sparks) in Trivection™ Oven

The Trivection™ oven uses microwave energy to assist cooking while in Speedbake or Speedbroil. It is common for foods wrapped in aluminum foil or in metal pans to spark in the oven if placed too close to one of the oven walls. This will not harm your oven or affect your food.If the oven is arcing si...

Gas Range - Oven Does Not Heat, But The Burners Heat

To minimize the possibility of electric shock, unplug this appliance from the power supply before attempting any maintenance or cleaning.If the oven is not working, but the burners do:New Installation On new gas range installations, make sure the range’s main gas regulator on the range is set in the...

Advantium - Speedcooking

In Speedcook mode, the Advantium oven uses power from high intensity halogen lamps, a ceramic heater, a convection system and microwaves to cook food from the top, bottom and interior simultaneously to seal in moisture and flavor. See how the Advantium works: The Advantium is pre-set to co...

Ranges Removable Oven Bottom

Many gas and some electric ranges have a removable oven bottom to clean any excessive spillovers before starting the self-cleaning cycle. This removable bottom can be cleaned with soap and warm water or a soap-filled pad. The bottom MUST be placed back in the oven before the self-clean cycle is...