User manual GE 49-8319

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Oven Shelves  
The shelves are designed with stop-locks so when  
To remove a shelf from the oven. Dull it toward VOU.  
tilt front end upward and pull  
placed correctly on  
they will stop  
before coming completely out of the oven and will not  
tilt when you are removing food from them or  
placing food on them.  
To replace, place shelf on shelf support with  
locks (curved extension of shelf) facing up and  
toward rear of oven. Tilt up front and push shelf  
toward back of oven until it goes past “stop” on  
oven wall. Then lower front of shelf and push it all  
the way back.  
When placing cookware on a shelf,  
the shelf out  
to the “stop” position. Place the cookware on the  
shelf, then slide the shelf back into the oven. This will  
eliminate reaching into the hot oven.  
Shelf Positions  
oven has four shelf supports identified in this  
illustration as A (bottom), B, C and D (top).  
Your oven is vented through  
duct openings at the center rear  
of the range. Do not block these  
ducts when cooking in the  
it is important that the flow of hot  
air from the oven and fresh air to  
the oven burner be uninterrupted.  
Avoid touching the vent openings  
or nearby surfaces during oven or  
broiler operation—they may  
become hot.  
Vent openings and nearby  
surfaces may become hot.  
Do not touch them.  
Do not leave any items on  
the cooktop. The hot air from  
the vent may ignite flammable  
items and will increase pressure  
in closed containers, which may  
cause them to burst.  
Handles of pots and pans on  
the cooktop may become hot  
if left too close to the vent.  
Metal items will become  
very hot if they are left on  
the cooktop, and could  
cause burns.  
Do not leave plastic items on  
the cooktop-they may melt  
if left too close to the vent.  
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