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Electrolux Ovens
With the Sabbath Mode Feature

The following ELECTROLUX BUILT-IN OVENS may be used on the Jewish Sabbath or the Jewish Holidays in accordance with the instructions below:

U.S. MODELS
Gas Ranges
EI30GF55G EW30GF65G EW3LGF65G EW30GS75P

Electric Ranges
(No Cooktop Recovery After Power Failure)

EI30EF55G EW30EF65G    
Dual Fuel Ranges
EW30DF65G EW3LDF65G    
Gas Slide-ins
EW30GS65G EI30GS55J    
Electric Slide-ins EW30ES65G EW30ES6CG EI30ES55J EW30ES7CP
EW30ES75P      
Dual Fuel
Slide-ins
EW30DS65G EW30DS6CG EI30DS55J  
Single Electric Built-ins 27
EW27EW55G EW27EW5CG EI27EW35JS  
Double Electric Built-ins 27
EW27EW65G EI27EW45JS    
Single Electric Built-ins 30
E30EW75ESS E30EW7CESS E30EW75EPS E30EW7CEPS
E30EW75GP E30EW75GS E30EW7CGP E30EW7CGS
EW30EW55G EW30EW5CG EI30EW35JS  
Double Electric Built-ins 30”
E30EW85ESS E30EW8CESS E30EW85EPS E30EW8CEPS
E30EW85GP E30EW85GS E30EW8CGP E30EW8CGS
EW30EW65G EW30EW6CG EI30EW45JS  

Hybrid Models 30”
(No Cooktop Recovery After Power Failure)

EW30CC55G

Induction will not operate in SAB mode

Hybrid Models 36”
(No Cooktop Recovery After Power Failure)
EW36CC55G Induction will not operate in SAB mode
Induction
EW30IF60I EI30IF40L Induction will not operate in SAB mode
Induction Slide-ins
EW30IS65J EI30IS80PS EI30IS8CP Induction will not operate in SAB mode
Micro-Combi
EW27MC65H EW30MC65H E30MC75HS EI27MC45P
EI30MC45P      


CANADIAN MODELS
Gas Ranges
CEI30GF5G CEW30GF6G EI30GS5CJ  

Electric Ranges (No Cooktop Recovery After Power Failure)

CEI30EF5G CEW30EF6G EI30ES5CJ CEI30EF3J
CEWI30EF5J      
Dual Fuel Ranges
CEW30DF6G EI30DS5CJ    
Induction
CEW30IF6I EW30IS6CJ CEI30IF4LS  

Please be aware that there are restrictions in the use of ovens and stoves on the Sabbath and Holidays. If you are unfamiliar with the laws of keeping food warm on the Sabbath or cooking on the Holidays, please call your Rabbi. Please note that when the Holiday and Sabbath coincide, the Sabbath laws prevail. See your owner's manual for instructions on operating the Sabbath mode. Before first use of a new oven be sure to wash the racks and interior of the oven thoroughly with warm water and soap to remove any coating oil.

COOKTOPS:

    1. On the Sabbath, a gas flame or electric heat may not be initiated, adjusted or turned off.
    2. On the Sabbath, a "blech" should be used to cover the flame in addition to covering the controls of the cooktop. For the gas burners and coiled electric burners, use a standard "blech". The manufacturer does not recommend putting a "blech" on the glass electric cooktop surface. Instead, just the controls should be covered.
    3. On the Holidays, a gas flame or electric heat may not be initiated or turned completely off. For gas cooktops, raise and lower the temperature as required for cooking. For the electric cooktops that recover after a power failure (see table above for specific models), raising the temperature is not permitted because there is no indication when power is on to the heating elements. Lowering the temperature is permitted when necessary for food preparation. For the electric cooktops that do NOT recover after a power failure (see table above for specific models), adjusting the temperature is permitted at any time following the instructions in the owner's manual (because there is a delay between the request and implementation).
    4. During a power failure, gas cooktops will remain on. Some electric cooktops will recover to the set temperature when the power returns, while others will stay off. See table above for specific models.
    5. The glass electric cooktops cannot be kashered for Passover. For the rest of the year, be sure to wipe the cooking surface clean between meat and dairy use.

 

OVENS:

    1. The oven temperature may not be initiated, adjusted or turned off on the Sabbath.
    2. On the Sabbath, in lieu of a "blech", the oven controls should be covered. (Be careful not to cover vent openings.)
    3. All food should be placed in the oven before the Sabbath begins, since none may be placed in the oven during the Sabbath.
    4. On the Sabbath, the oven door may only be opened once, all the food removed, and then closed. On the Holidays, the oven door may be opened/closed at any time as often as desired.
    5. On the Holidays, the temperature may be adjusted (but not initiated or turned off) at any time following the instructions in the owner's manual (because there is a delay between the request and implementation).
    6. These ovens have a timed bake feature in the Sabbath mode. This feature can only be initiated before the Sabbath/Holiday. Once timed bake goes off, the oven cannot be used again for that Sabbath/Holiday.
    7. These ovens have a delay start feature in the Sabbath mode. For use on the Sabbath, all food must be in the oven before the Sabbath begins.
    8. After recovery from a power failure, all these ovens will stay off. They will remain in the Sabbath mode, however, there will be no cooking capability.


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