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Aluminum Foil 7, 17, 19–21
Anti-Tip Device 4, 31, 40
Appliance Registration 2
Before You Call for Service 41, 42
Thermostat Adjustment—
Do It Yourself 18
Care and Cleaning 23–29
Clock and Timer 10
Consumer Services 43
Important Phone Numbers 43
Features 8, 9
Installation Instructions 30–40
Flooring Under Range 32
Leveling 39
LP 40
Model and Serial Numbers 2
Oven 14–22
Baking 16, 17
Broiling, Broiling Guide 21, 22
Control Settings 14
Door Removal 27
Light; Bulb Replacement 14, 26
Oven Bottom 25
Oven Vents 15, 29
Roasting, Roasting Guide 19, 20
Shelves 7, 15–19, 27
Power Outage 14
Safety Instructions 2–7
Surface Cooking 11–13
Burners 11–13
Control Settings 12
Cooktop Comparison 11
Cookware Tips 13
Flame Size 13
Lighting Instructions 11, 12
Warranty Back Cover
GE Answer Center
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800.626.2000
Contents
Use and Care
& Installation
of Models
RGB501
RGB508
RGB524
RGB525
RGB526
RGB528
RGB530
RGB532
RGB533
RGB535
RGB628
How to get the best from
Your Range
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Page 1 - Your Range

Aluminum Foil 7, 17, 19–21Anti-Tip Device 4, 31, 40Appliance Registration 2Before You Call for Service 41, 42Thermostat Adjustment—Do It Yourself 18Ca

Page 2 - HELP US HELP YOU…

10CLOCK AND TIMER(on some models)To Set the Clock(Appearance may vary)Follow these directions if your range has the clockand timer shown above.You hav

Page 3 - IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

11HOW DOES THIS COOKTOP COMPARETO YOUR OLD ONE?Your new cooktop has gas burners. If you are used to cooking with induction or other electric surfaceun

Page 4 - WARNING—

SURFACE COOKING(continued)Lighting Instructions for Standing Pilot Models Surface Burner ControlsThe surface burners on these ranges have standi

Page 5 - Important Safety Instructions

Surface CookingHow to Select Flame SizeWatch the flame, not the knob, as you reduce heat.The flame size on a gas burner should match thecookware you a

Page 6

14USING YOUR OVENBefore Using Your OvenBe sure you understand how to set the controls properly. Practice removingand replacing the shelves while the o

Page 7 - INSTRUCTIONS

Using Your OvenOven ShelvesThe shelves are designed with stop-locks so that whenplaced correctly on theshelf supports, they willstop before comingcomp

Page 8 - FEATURES OF YOUR RANGE

16BAKINGYour oven temperature is controlled very accuratelyusing an oven control system. It is recommended thatyou operate the oven for a number of we

Page 9 - Features of Your Range

BakingBaking GuidesWhen using prepared baking mixes, follow package recipe or instructions for best baking results.17Cookies Aluminum FoilWhen baking

Page 10 - CLOCK AND TIMER

18ADJUST THE OVEN THERMOSTAT—DO IT YOURSELF!You may feel that your new oven cooks differentlythan the one it replaced. We recommend that youuse your n

Page 11 - SURFACE COOKING

ROASTINGRoasting is cooking by dry heat. Tender meat orpoultry can be roasted uncovered in your oven.Roasting temperatures, which should be low andste

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2HELP US HELP YOU…Read this guide carefully.It is intended to help you operate and maintain yournew range properly.Keep it handy for answers to your q

Page 13 - Surface Cooking

20ROASTING(continued)Q. Is it necessary to check for doneness with ameat thermometer?A. Checking the finished internal temperature at thecompletion of

Page 14 - USING YOUR OVEN

BROILINGBroiling is cooking food by direct heat from above thefood. Most fish and tender cuts of meat can be broiled.Follow these directions to keep s

Page 15 - Using Your Oven

22BROILING GUIDEThe oven and broiler compartment doors must beclosed during broiling.• Always use the broiler pan and grid that comes withyour range.

Page 16 - Oven Shelves

CARE AND CLEANINGProper care and cleaning are important so your rangewill give you efficient and satisfactory service. Followthese directions carefull

Page 17 - Baking Pans Don’t Peek

CARE AND CLEANING(continued)CAUTION: DO NOT OPERATE THE BURNER WITHOUT ALL BURNER PARTS AND DRIP PANS(IF SO EQUIPPED) IN PLACE.Drip Pans (on some mode

Page 18 - DO IT YOURSELF!

Care and CleaningBurner GratesLift out when cool. Grates should be washedregularly and, of course,after spillovers. Washthem in hot, soapy water and r

Page 19 - ROASTING

CARE AND CLEANING(continued)Oven Light Bulb (on some models)The light bulb is located in the upper left corner of the oven. Before replacing your oven

Page 20 - ROASTING GUIDE

Care and Cleaning27The oven door is removable but it is heavy. You mayneed help removing and replacing the door.To remove the door,open it a few inche

Page 21 - BROILING

28CARE AND CLEANING(continued)Special Care of Continuous-Cleaning Oven Interior (on some models)The Continuous-Cleaning Oven cleans itself whilecookin

Page 22 - BROILING GUIDE

29Care and CleaningOven ShelvesClean the shelves with an abrasive cleanser or steel wool. After cleaning, rinse the shelves withclean water and dry wi

Page 23 - CARE AND CLEANING

3IF YOU NEED SERVICETo obtain service, see the Consumer Services page inthe back of this guide. To obtain replacement parts, contact GE/HotpointServic

Page 24

30INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONSFOR YOUR SAFETYIf you smell gas:1. Open windows.2. Don’t touch electrical switches.3. Extinguish any open flame.4. Immediat

Page 25 - Care and Cleaning

31• If cabinets are placed above the range, allow aminimum clearance of 30″ between the cookingsurface and the bottom of unprotected cabinets.• If a 3

Page 26

32INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS(continued)GENERAL• See Dimensions and Clearances in this sectionfor all rough-in and spacing dimensions. Thesedimensions m

Page 27

33CONNECT THE RANGE TO GASShut off the main gas supply valve beforedisconnecting the old range and leave it off untilnew hook-up has been completed. D

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34INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS(continued)Flexible Connector and Rigid Pipe Hookups forModels Equipped with Standard Twin BurnersCONNECT THE RANGE TO GAS(

Page 29

35ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS (on some models) Electrical Requirements120-volt, 60 Hertz, properly grounded branchcircuit protected by a 15-amp or 20-amp c

Page 30 - INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

36INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS(continued)Usage Situations where Appliance PowerCord will be Disconnected Frequently.Do not use an adapter plug in these s

Page 31

37Adjust the Surface Burner Pilots If Necessary1. Raise the cooktop.2. Locate the pilot adjustment screw. It canbe accessed through the small hole nea

Page 32

38INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS(continued)CHECK IGNITION OF SURFACE BURNERSOperation of all cooktop and oven burnersshould be checked after the pilots hav

Page 33 - (continued next page)

The shutter for the oven burner is near the backwall of the oven and behind the broiler drawer. To remove the broiler drawer:1. Pull the drawer out un

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• Be sure all packing materials are removedfrom the range before operating it to prevent fireor smoke damage should the packing materialignite.• Be su

Page 35 - Grounding

40INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS(continued)For cement or concrete construction, you will need a 1/4″ x 11⁄2″ lag bolt and a 1/2″ O.D.sleeve anchor, which a

Page 36 - Electric Disconnect

41PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSETOP BURNERS DO NOT • Make sure electrical plug is plugged into a live power outlet.LIGHT OR DO NOT• Burner holes on the side o

Page 37

42BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE…(continued)PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSECLOCK DOES NOT WORK • Range electrical plug must be securely seated in a live power out

Page 38

We offer, free of charge, abrochure to assist in planning abarrier-free kitchen for personswith limited mobility. Consumers with impaired hearing or s

Page 39 - ADJUSTMENT SHUTTER

WHAT IS COVEREDFULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTYFor one year from date of originalpurchase, we will provide, free ofcharge, parts and service labor inyour home t

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• Never wear loose fitting or hanging garmentswhile using the appliance. Be careful whenreaching for items stored in cabinets over thecooktop. Flammab

Page 41 - BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE…

• Foods for frying should be as dry as possible.Frost on frozen foods or moisture on fresh foodscan cause hot fat to bubble up and over the sidesof th

Page 42

Baking, Broiling and Roasting• Keep the oven free from grease buildup.• Do not use the oven for a storage area. Items stored in the oven can ignite.•

Page 43 - We’ll Be There

8FEATURES OF YOUR RANGEFeatures and appearance vary.Sealed Burners Your range is equipped with one of the two types of surface burners shown above.Sta

Page 44 - 1-97 CG

9Features of Your RangeFeature Index (Not all models have all features. Appearance of features varies.) See page1 Clock and Timer (on some models) 102

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