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Brown Stove Works 60 Range

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Cook complete oven meals instead of just one food item. potatoes, other vegetables, and some desserts will cook together with a main-dish casserole, meat loaf, chicken, or roast. Choose foods that cook at the same temperature and in approximately the same time. Use residual heat in the oven whenever possible to finish cooking casseroles, oven meals, etc. Also add rolls or precooked desserts to warm oven, using residual heat to warm them. GENERAL INFORMATION • Range may be installed directly agai

Brown Stove Works 48 Range

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1/2” or 3/4” shut-off valve. Gas Pipe FIG. 4 FIG. 5 Backguard Assembly The backguard, located in the “top pack” of the range, must be installed prior to placing the range in position for gas hookup. See Figure 7. NEVER BLOCK THE FLOW OF AIR FOR COMBUSTION OR VENTILATION. SEE INSTRUCTION FIG. 2. Positioning/Leveling To position the range use a lift jack or enough manpower to lift the range completely. Avoid sliding, pushing, or pulling the range because this increases the possibility of bending t

Brown Stove Works 48 Cooktop

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One on the extreme left and one on the extreme right being careful not to disturb wiring or tubing. *Note: Except for cleaning, the drip pans can remain in place during griddle operation. 4. Re-assemble flame spreader using wing nut. Do not over tighten. 5. Position the grill pan assembly and grill rack behind the landing area as shown. 7. Replace the burner pans and burner grates. *Note: Stainless steel griddle cover may also be used to cover grill. GRILL RACK GRILL PAN ASSY LANDING WING NUT GR

Brown Stove Works 36 Range

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DO NOT CUT OR REMOVE THE GROUNDING PRONG FROM THE PLUG. 310, 330 188-6C002 REV. 8 WIRING DIAGRAM FOR GAS RANGES WITH ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT TOP BURNER IGNITION GRIDDLE/OVEN SWITCHES IGNITION GRIDDLE/OVEN IGNITION LEFT CENTER RIGHT IGNITION IGNITION IGNITION REIG 1 REIG 2 REIG 3 REIG 4 TOP TOP LEFT RIGHT IGNITION IGNITION REIG 4 REIG 3 REIG 2 REIG 1 GROUND GRIDDLE IGNITION LINE NEUTRAL (0+4) MODULE WALL PLUG WARNING-ELECTRICAL GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS: THIS APPLIANCE IS EQUIPPED WITH A THREEPRONG GRO

Brown Stove Works 36 Cooktop

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manual. However, very good results biscuits, muffins, pies, frozen • For three rack baking use positions can be obtained when baking convenience foods, pizzas, appetizers, #2, 3 and 4. quantities of foods on multiple racks, and snack foods. • Stagger small utensils, such as using the “Turbo Air Flow” To obtain the best results in multiple layer cake pans, in the oven. convection system. rack cooking, follow these • Jelly roll pans and cookie sheets The convection oven is suggested for suggestion

Brown Stove Works 30 Range

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PAN RETAINER PAN “KEEPER” BROILER RACK BROILER PAN AND GRILL FIG. 15 BROILER ASSEMBLY The pan and grill may be removed from the broiler rack by lifting up on the front of the broiler pan so it will clear the “pan keeper,” then pull forward slightly and using hot pads or mittens, with both hands lift the broiler pan and grill free of the broiler rack. The “broiler rack” may be removed from and returned to the broiler section in the same manner as removing an oven rack. To return the pan and grill

Brown Stove Works 24 Range

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INSTALLER: PLEASE LEAVE THIS MANUAL WITH THE RANGE FOR INSPECTION AND SERVICE USE. CONSUMER: PLEASE RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. – Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance. – WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS • Do not try to light any appliance. • Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building. • Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructio





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