KitchenAid KEWD175HBT06 user manual download

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WARMING
DRAWER
CONTROLS
Food Poisoning
Hazard
Do not let food sit
for
more than one hour before or
after cooking.
Doing so can result in
food
poisoning
or sickness.
Press the POWER
"ON" switch
to turn on the warming
drawer.
Once the power
is turned
on, a red indicator
light will illuminate.
This indicator
light is located
on the right side of the Timer
Override
switch.
When finished,
press the POWER "OFF" switch
to turn off the
warming
drawer. When the warming
drawer is turned off
automatically
or manually, the indicator
light will go out and the
drawer will begin to cool.
The temperature is controlled by rotating the control knob to the
desired setting. The temperature rangesfrom LO to HIGH,
approximately 90°F to 225°F (32°C to 107°C).
The automatic
4-hour
timer can be turned
off using the Timer
Override
switch. This feature allows you to keep the warming
drawer on until it is turned
off manually
with the Power "Off"
switch.
It is recommended
that the switch
remain in the "Off"
position,
unless longer warming
times are required.
When the Timer
Override switch
is in the "On" position,
the light on the switch
will
illuminate,
showing
the Timer has been bypassed.
IMPORTANT:
Although
the Timer can be bypassed
by using the
Timer Override
switch,
do not let food sit in the warming
drawer
for more than 1 hour. Bacterial
growth
may occur.
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The warming
drawer
has an automatic
4-hour
timer. After
4 hours, the warming
drawer will shut off. Although
the automatic
timer
is set for a 4-hour
period,
do not leave food
in warming
drawer for more than 1 hour.
The Moist-Dry
slide allows you to open or close the vent slots in
the door. The MOIST setting
holds moisture
in, while the DRY
setting
allows steam and moisture
to escape from the drawer.
NOTE: Condensation
may form on inner surfaces.
This is normal.
To keep foods moist,
put slide on MOIST, closing
the vents.
Closing the vents will seal the drawer and keeps hot food soft
and moist.
To keep foods crisp,
put slide on DRY, opening
the vents.
Opening the vents
releases moisture from the drawer and keeps
hot foods
crisp and dry.
WARMING
DRAWER USE
Food Poisoning
Hazard
Do not let food sit
for
more than one hour before or
after cooking.
Doing so can result in
food
poisoning
or sickness.
The warming
drawer
is ideal for keeping
hot cooked
foods
at
serving temperature.
It may also be used for warming
breads and
pastries.
Different types
of food may be placed
in the warming
drawer at
the same time. For best results, do not hold foods
longer than
1 hour. For smaller
quantities
or heat-sensitive
foods
(such as
eggs), do not hold longer than 30 minutes.
Food must be heated to serving temperature
before being placed
in the warming
drawer. Cover foods with a lid or aluminum
foil.
Do not cover with
plastic wrap.
Breads,
pastries, and fruit pies may be heated from room
temperature
on the HI setting.
Remove food from
plastic
bags
and place in oven-safe
container.
Oven-safe
serving dishes
and dinner plates can be heated while
the warming
drawer is preheating.
NOTE: Place pans and positioning
rack in the warming
drawer
before preheating.
To
Use:
1.
Press the POWER
"ON" switch.
2.
Select MOIST or DRY setting.
3.
Set the drawer to desired temperature
setting
(LO, MED LO,
MED, MED HIGH and HIGH).
4.
Preheat the drawer. For LO, preheat
for 5 minutes.
For MED,
preheat
for 8 minutes.
For HIGH, preheat for 10 minutes.
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