During Sabbath and religious holidays in Judaism, there may be restrictions on certain activities that can extend to the use of appliances. Sabbath Mode allows people to use their household appliances without violating religious laws. When appliances are put into Sabbath Mode, certain features may be modified or disabled to accommodate these needs.
When your stove is in Sabbath Mode:
When in Sabbath Mode, your oven will disable its automatic shut-off function to stay on longer than 12 hours. This means that the oven will stay in a Bake mode until shut off, which will allow you to use the oven for cooking or warming food. It is important to remember that certain features will need to be enabled or disabled before using Sabbath Mode. This includes the following:
While your oven is in Sabbath Mode, only the Bake setting can be enabled – all other oven settings, including cleaning cycles, are disabled.
To learn more about Sabbath Mode or for further instructions, refer to your appliance’s Use and Care Guide. To download or view your product manual, visit our Manuals and Literature page.