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After cleaning the oven knobs, make sure to replace each knob in the correct position. Failure to do so can result in improper operation of the burners. Refer to the owner's manual for the customer's model for detailed instructions. Please visit our Manuals and Documents page to download copy. The Warming Zone, located in the back center of glass surface, will keep hot, Cooked food at serving temperature. Use the Warming Zone to keep food warm after it has already been cooked. Attempting to cook uncooked or cold food on the Warming Zone could result in a food-borne illness. The warmer will not glow red like the other cooking elements. If soil is seen on the orifice, remove soil with a soft bristled brush (such as a toothbrush). If orifice is clogged with dust, insect, dregs. Obstacles Must be removed by using tweezers.
orifice spuds for the cooktop burners can be located attached to a bracket behind the storage drawer. Do not operate the cooktop or oven burners of this range when using . bottled) gas before converting the pressure regulator and burner orifices for . gas use. Failure to do so could cause high flames and toxic fumes which can result in serious injury. To adjust your range for use with . gas, follow these instructions
The crucible is made of suitable refractory materials-for instance, fireclay (inexpensive but contaminating), fused silica (for good thermal shock resistance), and high-density alumina. The crucible is made of suitable refractory materials-for instance, fireclay (inexpensive but contaminating), fused silica (for good thermal shock resistance), and high-density alumina.
Tempered glass is the perfect glass to use in oven doors thanks to its low conduction and high durability. The glass used in oven doors must withstand high heat while simultaneously keeping the temperature inside the oven at a steady temperature and providing a clear view inside. Not all glass is right for the job. Tempered glass has the desirable characteristics thanks to its durability, safety and low conduction.
A drop of still molten glass formed by the cutting of the stream of glass as it flows from the forehearth through a feeder into a spout/orifice of variable diameter; the greater the diameter, the larger the gob. The gobs are fed into the forming machine to be moulded into bottles and other glass objects. A cylindrical plunger moves up and down to accelerate or slow the flow of molten. An oven used to process a substance by burning, drying, or heating. In contemporary glassworking kilns are used to fuse enamel and for kilnforming processes such as slumping.
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