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Description of WHIRLPOOL F4057W1 Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English

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Baking and Broiling 1. Set OVEN CONTROL knob to BROIL or needed temperature. 2. When hnished turn knob lo OFF.

When the oven is on, heated dtr moves through a vent in or below the backguard On the cooktop, thus hot atr may make pot handles hol or melt plastic lhmgs left too near the vent The vent IS needed for proper air flow In the oven and good baking results. Do damage fatlure. fire ornot block tothts vent. Doing so may cause cooklng the range




1 Turn the clock/timer knob in the counterclockwise direclion untti the words âSET TIMEâ are displayed. 2 Tern the Clock/Timer knob in either direclion lo set the lime of

As your oven heats up, water droplets may form on the door or door glass. To prevent this, open the oven door for the first minute of oven heat up 10 let the moist air out.

Put oven rack(s) in place before turning on the oven. Rack POSIlions are numbered 1 to 4, starting at the bottom with number 1. In general, when ustn only one rack, positron No. 2 should be used When using two rat t s, positions No. 2 and 4 work best. When using cookie sheets place them with the long side of the cookie sheet toward the from of the oven and centered on the rack. When using two cookie sheets at the same time use rack positions No. 2 and 4. The cookies on the lower rack may be done l-2 minutes before the ones on the higher rack. You may want to switch rack positions when baking is halfway finished. Pans too close to each olher. to oven walls, or to the oven bottom block the free movement of air. Improper air movement causes uneven browning and cooking

1 Turn the Clock/Timer knob in the clockwise direction until the words âSET TIMERâ are displayed. 2 Turn the Clock/Timer knob in any direction lo set amount of time. The timer WIII automatically start counting down. 3 When lime is up, 3 beeps will sound. NOTE: To cancel timer, turn Ihe Clock/Timer knob until the display reads :OO. While the limer is being used, the time of day will be shown in lhe display about every 10 seconds.


The pan or

During the ftrst bakm and broiling cycles in your new oven, there may be scme odor T8.IS IS normal and is caused by the heating of new parts and insulation. The odor will go away withm a short lime A vent fan or other ventilation will help to clear the air.





Some models have an Light oven on To turn oven Should and (ofI. push the Oven inlerior switch light. the controlthe panel light on you ever need a new bulb, use a 40 watt appliance bulb.

pans ustng the least rack area should be placed on Ihe lower of Ihe Iwo racks

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