About your oven – Maytag 8113P644-60 User Manual
ABOUT YOUR OVEN
The OVEN TEMP knob is used
to select the oven temperature.
Always turn this knob just TO
the desired temperature.
To accurately set the oven
temperature, do not turn to a
higher temperature and then
1.When cool, position rack
2.Push in and turn OVEN TEMP
knob to desired temperature.
3.Place food in center of
oven, allowing a minimum
of 2 inches between utensil
and oven walls.
4.Check food for doneness at
minimum time in recipe. Cook
longer if necessary.
5.Remove food from the oven and turn the OVEN
TEMP knob to OFF.
HOW TO SET OVEN TO BROIL
1. Place broil rack and broiler
pan in the recommended
2. Push in and turn OVEN
TEMP knob to BROIL.
3. It is possible to broil longer
cooking foods such as chicken
pieces at a lower temperature
to prevent overbrowning. Turn
the knob to 400 or 450°F, rather
than BROIL, for low temperature
4. Turn meat once about halfway thorugh cooking.
5.Remove food from oven and turn the OVEN TEMP
knob to OFF. After cleaning broiler pan, store it in the
lower broil compartment.
HOW TO SET OVEN TO BAKE
ALUMINUM FOIL USAGE
Do not cover an entire oven rack or oven bottom with
aluminum foil. This will reduce heat circulation, result
in poor baking and may damage the oven bottom.
Do not cover the broiler insert with aluminum foil. This
prevents fat from draining into the pan below and in-
creases flare-ups and smoke. However, the broiler
pan may be lined with foil for easier clean-up.
Preheating is necessary for baking.
It is not necessary to preheat for roasting.
To preheat, set the oven to the desired temperature
and allow about 8 to 15 minutes for the oven to
When the oven reaches the preset temperature, the
oven indicator light will turn off.
Selecting a temperature higher than desired will NOT
preheat the oven any faster, and may have a negative
effect on baking results.
BROIL at 400°F
7 to 10 minutes (well)
15 to 20 minutes (med)
20 to 25 minutes (well)
BROIL at 450°F
30 to 45 minutes (well)
8 to 15 minutes (flaky)
14 to 18 minutes (well)