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Over-the- Ra nge M icrowave
Use and Care Manual
For Models: HMV9302.
HMV9305.
PLEASE READ ENTIRE INSTRUCTIONS
HMV9306,
HMV9307
BEFORE PROCEEDING
IMPORTANT: Save these instructions for the local electrical inspector's use.
INSTALLER: Please leave these Installation Instructions with this unit for the owner
OWNER: Please retain these instructions for future reference.
SAFETY
................................................................
Precautions
To Avoid
To Excessive
Important
Microwave
Safety
Grounding
Instructions
MICROWAVE
3
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4-5
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5
YOUR
OVEN
.............................................
6-9
Guide ......................................................
Tips For Microwave
Cooking
Parts And Accessories
Control
3-5
Exposure
Energy ...............................
Instructions
UNDERSTANDING
Cookware
Possible
6
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.............................................
Panel ........................................................
USING
YOUR
Learn About
MICROWAVE
OVEN
Your Microwave
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16
Potato ....................................................................
16
Vegetable
16
................................................................
Cook ......................................................................
17
Reheat
17
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Auto Defrost ...........................................................
18
Weight
18
Conversion
Chart .......................................
7
Defrosting Tips .......................................................
Auto Defrost Chart ............................................
8
Time Defrost
8-9
10-29
Oven ........................
Pizza ......................................................................
Quick
18
19-20
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21
Defrost .........................................................
21
Use Of The Two Position
Metal Rack .....................
21
10
Getting
Help .......................................................................
10
Fish And Shellfish
..................................................
23
Clock .....................................................................
10
Fish And Shellfish
Cooking
23
Kitchen
Timer .........................................................
10
Appetizers/Sauces/Soups
Control
Set-Up .......................................................
10
Meat .......................................................................
24
25
The Best Cooking
Results
.........................
Table ...........................
......................................
22
24
Vent HI/LO/Off
.......................................................
11
Meat Cooking
T/Table
.......................................................
11
Poultry ....................................................................
26
11
Poultry
26
11
Pasta And Rice ......................................................
27
Light Timer .............................................................
11
Pasta Cooking
Table ..............................................
27
Easy Cook .............................................................
12
Rice Cooking
Table ................................................
27
Hold Warm .............................................................
12
Favorite
......................................................
12
Care And Cleaning ..................................................
Metal Rack ..............................................................
28
28
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28
Child
On/Off
Lock ..............................................................
Light HI/LO/Off
......................................................
Recipe
+/- (More/Less)
Cooking
At High Power
Cooking
At Lower
Cooking
With
Cooking
Guide
Sensor
Operating
Sensor
Cooking
Adding
Or Subtracting
Popcorn
More
Cooking
Table ...............................................
Table ............................................
12
Cleaning
The Grease
Level ................................
13
Charcoal
Filter Replacement
Level ..............................
13
Cooktop/Night
Power
Than One Cook
For Lower
Power
Instructions
Cycle ............
Level .................
................................
Guide ...........................................
Cook Time .........................
.................................................................
13
14
Filter ......................................
...................................
Light replacement
............................
Oven Light replacement
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TROUBLE
SHOOTING
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15
Before
15
Questions
Calling
For Service
And Answers
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28
29
29
30-31
30
31
15
15
BOSCH
PRECAUTIONS
TO AVOID POSSIBLE
EXPOSURE
TO EXCESSIVE
MICROWAVE
(c) Do
(a) Do not attempt to operate this oven with the
door open since open-door operation can result
in harmful exposure to microwave
energy, It is important not to defeat or tamper
with the safety interlocks.
not operate the oven if it is damaged. It is
particularly important that the oven door closes
properly and that there is no damage to the:
(1) Door (bent),
(2) Hinges and latches (broken or loosened),
(3) Door seals and sealing surfaces.
(b) Do not place any object between the oven front
face and the door or allow soil or cleaner
residue to accumulate
ENERGY
(d) The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by
anyone except properly qualified service personnel.
on sealing surfaces.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS
COMMISSION
ENCE STATEMENT ( U.S.A. ONLY)
_, WARNING:
This equipment
generates
and uses ISM frequency
energy and if not installed and used properly, that is in
strict accordance
with the manufacturer's
instructions,
may cause
interference
to radio and television
tion. It has been type tested
recep-
and found to comply
with
limits for ISM Equipment
pursuant to part 18 of FCC
Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection
lation.
against
such interference
in a residential
tion, which
to radio or television
can be determined
by turning
ment off and on, the user is encouraged
rect the interference
recep-
the equipto try to cor-
by one or more of the
FREQUENCY
•
Clean door and sealing
•
Reorient the receiving
television.
•
Relocate
receiver.
•
Move the microwave
•
Plug the microwave
that the microwave
the Microwave
ferent branch
surface
antenna
INTERFERof the oven.
of the radio or
Oven with respect
to the
oven away from the receiver.
oven into a different outlet so
oven and the receiver are on dif-
circuits.
instal-
However, there is no guarantee that interference
will
not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment
does cause interference
RADIO
following:
The manufacturer
is not responsible
for any radio or
TV interference
caused by unauthorized
modification to this microwave oven. It is the responsibility
of
the user to correct such interference.
IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The safety instructions
damage to your oven.
below
,WARNING
To reduce the risk of burns, elec-
tric shock, fire, injury to persons,
microwave
• Read
or exposure to excessive
all the instructions
before
children
using
to use this
your
oven
oven.
without
• Do not use corrosive
chemicals
to heat, cook, or dry food. It is not
designed
This type of oven is
for industrial or laboratory use.
• Do not use or store
this appliance
near a swimming
leave paper products,
Do not
pool, or similar
Do not
the ventilating
grease to accumulate
utensils or food in the
hood frequently.
Do not allow
the built-in
safety
may
switches
on
to make sure the power is off when the door is
open.
• Always turn fan on HIGH when cooking foods that might
flame up, or any time flames occur on the cooktop.
• Suitable for use above both gas and electric cooking
purposes.
use only mild, non-abrasive
It
and the surfaces
that
soaps or
and a sponge or soft cloth.
oven
is dropped
checked
or damaged,
have it
by a qualified service technician
before using it again.
• To avoid
a fire
GROUNDING
cord
INSTRUCTIONS
this
appliance
plug, if
or
the
on page 5.
if it has a dam-
it is not working
properly, or if it
- Keep the cord
the electrical
away
improperly
from
cooking
cord
heated
some
or plug in
surfaces.
foods:
personal injury.
small-necked
containers,
such as
syrup bottles.
- Do not deep-fat
fry in your
- Do not attempt
oven.
home
microwave
canning
in your
items
oven.
microwave
in the microwave
sealed containers,
or closed glass jars. These items
may explode.
the door
thoroughly
electrical
Connect
outlet. See the
oven: whole eggs in the shell, water with oil or fat,
cleaning
• If your
must be grounded.
- Do not heat the following
36 inches wide or less.
the door,
detergents
panel.
shock:
- Do not operate
- Do not heat
the oven door. The oven has several built-in safety
• Do not use this oven for commercial
is made for household use only.
cord or shut off the power
breaker
- Do not heat any types of baby bottles
or baby
food. Uneven heating may occur and possibly cause
damage the filters.
touch
• To avoid electric
• To avoid
• Use care when cleaning the vent hood filters. Corrosive
with
or circuit
- Do not immerse
water.
on the hood or the filters.
cleaning agents such as lye-based oven cleaners
the oven:
has been damaged or dropped.
cavity when not in use.
• When
Be sure to
and remove
closed.
the power
at the fuse
aged
cooking
inside
oven only to a properly grounded
near a kitchen
• Do not use the cavity for storage purposes.
equipment
cookies,
in the oven.
items for wire twist-ties
start
- This appliance
outdoors.
near water (for example,
sink, in a wet basement
location.)
should
- Disconnect
or vapors, such as
specifically
switches
(bread,
- Turn the oven off.
in this appliance.
• Do not tamper
twist-ties
- Keep the oven door
found on page 3.
sulfide and chloride,
• Clean
items
because if lightning strikes the
them before placing the item in the oven.
• If a fire
MICROWAVE ENERGY
use this product
combustible
in the oven,
inspect purchased
supervision.
designed
etc.)
- Do not use wire
• Read and follow the specific PRECAUTIONS TO
AVOID
POSSIBLE
EXPOSURE
TO EXCESSIVE
- Do not store
power lines it may cause the oven to turn on.
energy:
• Do not allow
close
will tell you how to use your oven and avoid harm to yourself or
• Do not cover or block any openings
in the oven.
• Use your oven only for the operations
manual.
described
in this
• Do not run the oven empty, without food in it.
• Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter.
• Preserve
the oven floor:
hazard:
- Do not heat the oven floor excessively.
- Do not severely
overcook
food. Severely
overcooked foods can start a fire in the oven. Watch the
oven carefully, especially
when you have paper,
plastic, or other combustibles
in the oven.
- Do not allow the gray film on special
microwave-cook-
ing packages to touch the oven floor. Put the package
on a microwavable dish.
- Donotcookanything
directly
ontheoven
flooror
always present. THIS COULD RESULT IN VERY HOT
turntable.
Useamicrowavable
dish.
LIQUIDS SUDDENLY BOILING OVER WHEN THE
CONTAINER IS DISTURBED OR A SPOON OR
- Keep
abrowning
dishatleast3/16
inchabove
floor.
Carefully
readandfollow
theinstructions
forthebrown- OTHER UTENSIL IS INSERTED INTO THE LIQUID.
ingdish.Ifyouuseabrowning
dishincorrectly,
you
could
damage
theoven
floor.
To reduce the risk of injury to persons:
• Install
orlocate
thisappliance
onlyinaccordance
withthe - Do not overheat the liquid.
provided
installation
instructions.
- Stir the liquid both before and halfway through
• Thisappliance
should
beserviced
onlybyqualified
heating it.
service
personnel.
Contact
thenearest
authorized
service - Use extreme care when inserting a spoon or other utenfacility
forexamination,
repair
oradjustment.
sil into the container once heating has begun.
• Liquids
such
aswater,
coffee,
orteaareabletobeover- - Do not use straight-sided containers with narrow necks.
heated
beyond
theboiling
point
without
appearing
tobe
- After heating, allow the container to stand in the
boiling.
Visible
bubbling
orboiling
whenthe
microwave oven for a short time before removing the
container
isremoved
fromthemicrowave
oven
isnot
container.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
Electrical requirements
Observe
all governing
codes
and
ELECTRICAL
ordinances.
A 120 Volt, 60 Hz, AC only,
15 or 20 amp fused electrical supply is
required.
(A time-delay
fuse is recommended.)
It is recommended
that a separate circuit
serving only this appliance be provided.
GROUNDING
• For all cord connected
The microwave
electrical
short circuit, grounding
tric shock by providing
rent. The microwave
grounding
plugged
ed.
INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
appliances:
oven must be grounded.
In the event of an
reduces
the risk of elec-
an escape wire for the electric
oven is equipped
wire with a grounding
cur-
with a cord having a
plug. The plug must be
into an outlet that is properly
SHOCK HAZARD
Plug into a grounded 3 prong
outlet. Do not remove ground
prong. Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these
instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
installed and ground-
risk of electric
Improper use of the grounding
shock.
Consult a qualified electrician
or serviceman
can result in a
if the ground-
ing instructions are not completely understood,
exists as to whether the microwave oven is
properly grounded.
Do not use an extension
or if doubt
cord. If the
power supply cord is too short, have a qualified
electrician or serviceman install an outlet near the
microwave
oven.
• For a permanently
The microwave
appliance:
oven must be connected
metallic, permanent
grounding
connected
conductor
to a grounded,
wiring system, or an equipment
should be run with the circuit
conductors and connected to the equipment
minal or lead on the microwave oven.
Ensure proper ground
exists before use
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
grounding
ter-
COOKWARE
Most heat-resistant,
using, follow
GUIDE
non-metallic
cookware
is safe for use in your microwave
oven. However,
to test cookware
before
these steps:
1. Place the empty cookware
2. Measure
in the microwave
oven.
1 cup of water in a glass measuring
3. Microwave
on 100%
power
for 1 minute.
cup and place it in the oven beside
If the dish is warm,
it should
not
the cookware.
be used for microwave
USE
cooking.
DO NOT USE
Ovenproof Glass
Metal Utensils
• Glass treated for use in high-intensity
heat includes utility dishes, bread dishes, pie plates, cake plates, liquid
• Metal shields food from microwave
energy and
produces uneven cooking. Avoid metal skewers,
measuring
lic trim.
cups,
casseroles,
and bowls
without
metal-
mometers,
• Metal utensils
• Bowls,
cups,
serving
plates,
and platters
without
• Do not use metal-trimmed
dinnerware,
using plastic
• Place plastic
secure
the wrap touches
wrap loosely
it by pressing
Centura
the food.
cooking.
dishes,
cups,
and plastic
Use these
tic may soften
over the top of the dish and
napkins,
from
Aluminum
• Avoid
semi-rigid
bags
only
with
care
the heat
paper towels,
and paper
or metal-banded
dishes,
etc.
Tableware
Company
tableware
recommends
that you do not
and some Corelle TM closed-
for microwave
cooking.
freezer
for
plates
short
because
the plas-
waxed paper,
in the microwave
of aluminum
and may cause
foil because
they hin-
arcing.
• Use small pieces of foil to shield poultry
wings.
time
legs and
• Keep all aluminum foil at least 1 inch from the walls
and door of the oven.
of the food.
with no metallic
Foil
large sheets
der cooking
Wood
paper
• Wooden
trim or
bowls,
boards,
may split or crack
microwave oven.
can be used in your oven.
• Refer to the manufacturer's
product
TM
handle cups
Paper
• Microwave-safe
your
the wrap to the sides of the dish.
will allow excess steam to escape.
containers,
casserole
• The Coming
use Centura
• Vent by turning back one corner of the plastic wrap. This
• Use plastic
is a
can damage
wrap as a cover, make sure that
the dish is deep enough so the plastic wrap does not
touch the food. As the food heats, it may melt the plastic wrap wherever
which
Arcing
Metal Decoration
Plastic
design
arcing,
current.
metal-
lic trim can be used in your oven.
• When
can cause
discharge
of electric
microwave oven.
China
ther-
or foil trays.
label for use of any paper
oven.
and baskets
will dry out and
when you use them in the
Tightly Closed Containers
• Tightly
closed
an opening
ware.
cookware
can explode.
for steam to escape
Be sure to leave
from covered
cook-
Brown Paper
• Avoid using brown
could burn.
paper
bags. They absorb
heat and
Metal Twist Ties
• Always remove metal twist
and cause a fire.
6
ties as they can become
hot
TIPS FOR MICROWAVE
COOKING
BROWNING
ARRANGEMENT
Meat and poultry with high fat content
will brown
lightly
Do not stack food. Arrange
in a single layer in the dish
when cooked for 10 or 15 minutes or longer. Foods
cooked a shorter time can be brushed with a browning
for more even cooking. Because dense foods cook
more slowly, place thicker portions of meat, poultry,
agent, such as Worcestershire
barbecue sauce.
and vegetables
sauce,
soy sauce, or
TESTING
toward
FOR
the outside
DONENESS
COVERING
Because
A cover traps heat and steam and causes the food to
cook more quickly. Use a lid or microwave-safe
plastic
need to test frequently
wrap with one corner
STANDING
TIME
Food often needs to stand from 2 to 15 minutes
folded
back to vent the excess
steam. Lids on glass casseroles
can become
during cooking. Handle carefully.
prevent the food from splattering
Waxed paper will
in the oven and help
retain heat. When
paper,
napkins,
moisture,
towels.
warming
or paper
wrap
bread items,
towels.
sandwiches
hot
and fatty foods
in a microwave
oven, you
for doneness.
after
Stop the cooking
when they are slightly
they will finish cooking
in paper
temperature
time.
during standing
undercooked
and
time. The internal
of food will rise about 10 °F during
standing
SHIELDING
individual
cupcakes,
foods,
such as baked potatoes,
and hors d'oeuvres
1 inch apart.
in a circle
To prevent
and at least
some portions
dishes from overcooking,
This will help the food cook more evenly.
of food in rectangular
or square
you may need to cover the dish
with small strips of aluminum foil to block the
microwaves.
You can also cover poultry legs and
STIRRING
Stirring
quickly
extra
SPACING
Arrange
foods cook
cooking inside as well as outside the oven. Usually, you
need to cover food during standing time to retain heat.
use waxed
To absorb
fish,
of the dish.
wing tips with foil to keep them from overcooking.
blends
flavors and redistributes
the heat in
Always
foods. Always stir from the outside toward the center
of the dish. Food at the outside of the dish heats first.
keep
to prevent
foil
at least
1 inch
from
oven
walls
arcing.
PIERCING
TURNING
Pierce the shell, skin, or membrane
Large foods, such as roasts and whole poultry, should
be turned during cooking so that the top and bottom cook
cooking to prevent them from bursting. Foods that
require piercing include yolks and whites of eggs, hot
evenly. Also turn over chicken
dogs, clams, oysters,
pieces
and chops.
potatoes
of foods
and whole vegetables
before
such as
and squash.
CLEANING
Wipe
the oven inside and outside
a mild detergent
solution.
with a soft cloth
and
on the inside top will be difficult
for many days. Wipe
especially
splatters
after cooking
REMOVABLE
to remove
with a wet paper
chicken
turntable to break during use.
• The turntable roller rest should
towel,
or bacon.
SPECIAL
They should
be hand-washed
roller rest are removable.
in warm
and a soft cloth.
(not hot) water
Once
be cleaned
regularly.
CARE
For best performance
and safety, the inner door panel
and the oven front frame should be free of food or
grease
and turntable
with a mild detergent
oil
in the sink. Be careful
the edges as this may cause the
if left
PARTS
The turntable
may be cleaned
to chip or scratch
This should be done weekly or more often, if needed.
Never use cleaning powders or rough pads. Excessive
splatters
• The turntable
Then rinse and wipe dry.
buildup.
Wipe
often with a mild detergent;
rinse and wipe dry. Never use cleaning
rough
powders
then
or
pads.
they are
clean, rinse well and dry with a soft cloth. Never use
cleaning powders,
steel wool, or rough pads.
After cleaning the control panel, touch STOP/CLEAR
to clear any entries that might have been entered
accidentally
while
cleaning
the panel.
not
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
Model
OVEN SPECIFICATIONS
and Serial
Number
Plate
Vent Grill
Door
Handle
Metal Rack
Window with
Metal Shield
Cooking Guide
Power Supply
120 VAC, 60 Hz
Input Power
1,500 W
Cooking Power
1,000 W
IEC 60705 Standard)
Frequency
Rated Current
2,450 MHz
13 A
Outer Dimensions
(WxHxD)
2915/16"
Door
Safety
Lock
System
Grease
Glass
Cooktop/Countertop
CONTROL
Filter
Cavity Volume
1.8 Cu. Ft.
Net Weight
60 Ibs.
Oven Control
Panel
Turntable
Light
PANEL
®
L
Popcorn
Cook
Potato
Pizza
Reheat
Vegetable
T
®
Favorite
Recipe
d0_
©
Easy
Cook
Auto
Defrost
Time
Defrost
1"
Quick
Defrost
1
2
3
Kitchen
Timer
4
5
6
Clock
7
8
9
Light
Timer
m
@
@
Stop
Clear
Control
/Set-Up
Start
@
Power
Level
Proglram
Hold
Warm
Vent
HI/LO/Off
T/Table
On/Off
Light
HI/LO/Off
@
• .See page 9 for control
8
x 167/16"x
panel features.
155/8"
CONTROL
PANEL FEATURES
NOTE: Styling and features vary by model,
1. Display: The Display includes a clock and
indicators to tell you time of day, cooking time
settings and cooking functions selected,
2. Popcorn: Touch this pad when popping popcorn in
your microwave oven, The oven's sensor will tell the
oven how long to cook depending on the amount of
humidity it detects from the popcorn, See page 15
for more information,
3. Potato: Touch this pad to cook potatoes, The
oven's sensor will tell the oven how long to cook
depending on the amount of humidity it detects from
the potato, See page 16 for more
information,
4. Pizza: Touch
sensor will tell
depending on
the pizza, See
this pad to reheat pizza, The oven's
the oven how long to cook
the amount of humidity it detects from
page 16 for more information,
5. Cook: Touch this pad to cook frozen entrees,
casserole and rice, The oven's sensor will tell the
oven how long to cook depending on the amount of
humidity coming from the food, See page 17 for
more information,
6. Reheat: Touch this pad to reheat casseroles,
dinner plates and soup or sauce, The oven's sensor
will tell the oven how long to cook depending on the
amount of humidity coming from the food, See page
17 for more information,
7. Vegetable: Touch this pad to cook vegetables, The
oven's sensor will tell the oven how long to cook
depending on the amount of humidity it detects from
the vegetables, See page 16 for more information,
8. Favorite Recipe: Touch this pad to recall one
cooking instruction previously programmed into
memory, See page 12 for information,
9. Easy Cook: Touch this pad to set and start
quickly at 100% power level, See page 12 for more
information,
10. Auto Defrost: Meat, poultry, fish, Touch this pad
to select food type and defrost food by weight,
See page 18 for more information,
11. Time Defrost: Touch this pad to defrost most
other frozen foods, See page 21 for more
information,
12. Quick Defrost: This pad provides Quick defrosting for 1,0 pound of frozen foods, See page 21 for
more information,
13. Numbers: Touch number pads to enter cooking
time, power level, quantities, or weights,
14. Kitchen Timer: Touch this pad to set the kitchen
timer, See page 10 for more information,
15. Clock: Touch this pad to enter the time of day,
See page 10 for more information,
16. Light Timer: Touch this pad to set the light timer,
See page 11 for more information,
17. - (Less): Touch this pad to subtract ten
seconds of cooking time each time you press it,
See page 12 for more information,
18. + (More): Touch this pad to add ten seconds of
cooking time each time you press it, See page 12
for more information,
19. Help: Touch this pad to learn how to use each
oven function, See page 10 for more information,
20. Stop/Clear:
Touch this pad to stop the oven or to
clear all entries,
21. Start:
Touch this pad to start a function, If you
open the door after oven begins to cook, touch
START again,
22. Power Level: Touch this pad to select a cooking
power level, See page 13 for more information,
23. Program: Touch this pad to set a cooking time,
See page 13 for more information,
24. Hold Warm: Touch this pad to keep hot, cooked
foods warm in your microwave oven for up to 99
minutes and 59 seconds, See page 12 for more
information,
25. Control Set-Up: Touch this pad to change the
oven's default settings for sound, clock, display
speed and defrost weight from Lbs to Kg,
See page 10 for more information,
26. T/Table On/Off: Touch this pad to turn off the
turntable, OFF will appear in the display, See page
11 for more information,
NOTE: This option not available in sensor
cook and defrost modes,
27. Vent HI/LO/Off:
Touch this pad to turn the fan on
or off, See page 11 for more information,
28. Light HI/LO/Off:
cooktop/countertop
information,
Touch this pad to turn on the
light, See page 11 for more
LEARN ABOUT YOUR
MICROWAVE OVEN
KITCHEN
TIMER
You can use your microwave
Timer for timing
This section
cooking
discusses
the concepts
and introduces
behind
you to the basics
know to operate your microwave
information before use.
oven as a timer. Use the
up to 99 minutes
and 59 seconds.
microwave
Example:
you need to
To time
3 minutes.
oven. Please read this
1, Touch Kitchen Timer
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CAUTION
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• To avoid risk of personal injury or property
damage, do not run oven empty.
• To avoid risk of personal injury or property
damage, do not use stoneware, aluminum foil,
metal utensils, or metal trimmed utensils in the
oven. See page 6 for details.
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HELP
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The Help pad displays
helpful
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feature
information
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speed
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Function
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No.
Result
Sound ON/OFF
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control
2
Sound OFF
Clock ON/OFF
1
Clock ON
control
2
Clock OFF
Scroll Speed
1
Slow speed
control
2
Normal speed
3
Fast speed
1
Lba.
2
Kg.
LBS/KG
choice
control
CLOCK
weight.
chart for more information.
Sound ON
Example: To change defrost weight mode from
Lbs to Kg.
This oven includes a 12-hour clock.
Example: To set 8:00 AM.
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VENT HI/LO/OFF
LIGHT HI/LO/OFF
The Vent moves steam and other vapors from the cooking
Touch Light pad once for bright light, again for low light
and a third time to turn the light back off.
surface.
From the off position, the first touch of the vent
pad turn the vent on High speed. Touch the pad again to
turn the vent on Low speed, and a third time to turn the fan
back off.
NOTE:
ff the temperature
microwave
the
You can set the Lo Light to turn on and off automatically
oven, the fan in the vent hood will automatically
turn on at the LOW
at any time. The light will come on at the low setting
setting. It may stay on for up to an
hou_ When this occurs,
off. Wait
gets too hot around
LIGHT TIMER
you cannot
turn the vent fan
until it turns off automatically.
Example:
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on 2:00 AM,
turn
off
7:00 AM.
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ON/OFF
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results, leave the turntable
turned off for large dishes. Press T/TABLE
to turn the turntable on or off.
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DEFROST or SENSOR cooking modes.
• Sometimes the turntable can become hot to touch. Be
careful touching
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the turntable during and after cooking.
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panel so that so that it cannot be operated. To set Child
Lock, touch STOP/CLEAR
once. Touch and hold 0 pad
more than four seconds
LOCKED
will appear
pad [7], [0] and [0].
5.
play window and you hear two beeps.
To cancel child lock, touch and hold 0 more than four
seconds.
LOCKED
will disapper
Touch Start
pad.
Time of day
in the disNOTE:
• To reset the time to turn on and off the Light, repeat
and you hear two
steps 7 to 5.
beeps.
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the Light Timer in operation,
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FAVORITE
A timesaving
pad, this simplified control lets you quickly
set and start microwave
cooking without the need to
Favorite Recipe lets you recall one cooking instruction
previously placed in memory and begin cooking quickly.
touch
Start
pad. This feature
cooks for 30 seconds
RECIPE
on
Example:
HI each time you press the pad.
To program
cooking
for 2 minutes.
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time,
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up to 3 minutes. After
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Time counting
3 minutes, every touch will add "I minute up to 99 minutes and 59 seconds.
HOLD WARM
You can keep cooked
food warm
oven for up to 99 minutes
Hold Warm
matically.
Example:
in your microwave
and 59 seconds.
by itself or to follow
a cooking
You can use
cycle
Touch Start
down,
auto• When the cook time is over, you will hear four beeps and
To use Hold
END will display.
Warm.
NOTE: Power level will default to Hi, but this setting in
modifiable.
+/- (MORE/LESS)
By using the + or - keys, all of the pre-programmed
Food Type
Recommended
Quantity
Liquid
1-2 cups
Dry
5-10 ozs.
cook and time cook features can be adjusted
food for a longer or shorter time.
Pressing
+ will add 10 seconds
time you press
To make
another
Hold Warm
automatically
follow
seconds
the cooking
touch Hold Warm before touching
• When the last cooking
instructions,
NOTE:
Start.
of cooking
subtract
time each
10
time each time you press it.
cycle is over, you will hear two
cycle cooking.
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WARM
operates
for up to 99 minutes
• Food cooked
Hold Warm.
covered
should
items
(pies, turnovers,
59 sec-
remain covered
during
etc.) should be uncov-
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• Complete
be covered
This feature cannot be used during cooking,
when setting
tones and "WARM" will appear in the oven display.
• You can set Hold Warm to follow Auto Defrost, or multi-
• Pastry
of cooking
-will
cycle:
• While you are programming
• HOLD
onds,
it. Pressing
to cook
meals kept warm on a dinner plate can
during Hold Warm.
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the initial cook time.
only
COOKING
LEVEL
AT HIGH POWER
COOKING WITH MORE THAN
ONE COOK CYCLE
Example: To cook food for 8 minutes,
30 seconds at 100% power.
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if the first heating
call for one Power
Power
Level
Level for
cycle
is defrost
or the last at 0%
power.
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some recipes
length of time, and another
another length of time. Your oven can be set to change
from one to another automatically
for up to three cycles,
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Example: To cook food for 3 minutes at 100%
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HIGH
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power cooking
POWER
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roasts
aaked goods
or custards.
food
30 seconds
cooking,
Enterthesecondcook
such as
4,
5:
at 70% power
Touch Power
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power settings
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To cook
Touch Pronram
does no[ mways gwe you the best
results
Example:
2
Time counting down
and power 70
• When the cook time is over, you will hear four beeps and
END will display.
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COOKING
The 10 power
power
GUIDE FOR LOWER POWER
levels in addition
to HIGH
allow you to choose
levels are listed below, with examples
LEVEL
the best power level for the food you are cooking.
of foods best cooked
at each level and the amount
of microwave
The
power
output you are using at each Level.
POWER
LEVEL
10 HIGH
MICROWAVE
100%
OUTPUT
USE
Boil water
Cook
ground
beef
Make candy
Cook fresh fruits and vegetables
Cook fish and poultry
Preheat
browning
dish
Reheat beverages
Bacon slices
9
90%
• Reheat
meat slices quickly
• Saute onions,
8
7
80%
70%
celery,
• All reheating
• Cook scrambled
and green pepper
eggs
• Cook
• Cook
breads and cereal products
cheese dishes or veal
• Cook
cakes, muffins,
brownies
6
60%
• Cook
pasta
5
50%
• Cook
• Cook
meats or whole poultry
custard
• Cook whole
4
40%
• Cook
chicken,
less tender
• Reheat frozen
3
30%
1
20%
10%
turkey, spare
foods
meat, poultry or seafood
• Cooking
small quantities
casserole,
of food
stew, and some sauces
• Soften
butter or cream
cheese
• Heating
small amounts
of food
• Soften
ice cream
• Raise yeast dough
0
0%
• Standing
14
ribs, rib roast or sirloin roast
cuts of meat
convenience
• Thawing
• Finish cooking
2
or cupcakes
time (no power output)
SENSOR OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
Sensor
Cook
allows
foods without
you to cook
selecting
The oven automatically
cooking
ADDING OR SUBTRACTING
SENSOR COOK TIME
most of your favorite
times
determines
If the SENSOR
and power levels.
required
cooking
time
for each food item. The display will indicate SENSING
during the initial sensing period. When the internal sensor detects
a certain
amount
of humidity
coming
or decrease
choosing
the function.
1.
Food cooked
is too long or too short, you can
the cook time by 10 seconds
You can only increase
cook time when sensor
Example:
from
heating time. For
following these rec-
to add to the Sensor
cooking
Cook
time.
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after
or decrease
is displayed.
If you want
casserole
the food, it will tell the oven how much longer to heat.
The display will show the remaining
best results for cooking by Sensor,
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function
increase
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with the sensor system should be at
normal storage temperature.
2.
2.
Glass
TURNTABLE
and outside
of container
should be dry to assure best cooking
3.
Foods should always be covered
microwavable
4.
Touch number
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loosely with
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Do not open the door or touch the Stop/Clear
3.
pad
time will appear
Touch number
Cook Time
in the display window.
At
Appropriate
the food.
Sensor
1.
2.
COOKING
containers
cooking
Less
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8
More
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POPCORN
commercially
containers
and cover
(SENSOR)
lets you pop 3.0 and 3.5 ounce bags of
packaged
microwave
popcorn.
Pop only
them with lids or vented plastic wrap.
one package at a time. If you are using a microwave
popcorn popper, follow manufacturer's
instructions.
Never use tight-sealing
Example:
plastic
covers. They can
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Be sure the outside of the cooking
container
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Popcorn pad,
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at least half full for best results.
the inside of the microwave
To pop popcorn.
and cause food to
Match the amount to the size of the container.
containers
4.
POPCORN
help assure good
results.
prevent steam from escaping
overcook.
,
Touch Pad Number
GUIDE
and coverings
Always use microwavable
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SENSOR
[9] pad.
sensing time is
over, the oven beeps twice and the remaining
rearrange
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results.
plastic wrap, waxed paper or a lid.
during the sensing time. When
cooking
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• When the cook time is over, you will hear four beeps and
END will display.
CAUTION
• DO NOT leave microwave
popping corn.
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oven unattended
while
PIZZA
(SENSOR)
VEGETABLE
(SENSOR)
PIZZA lets you reheat one or several slices of pizza without selecting cooking times and power level,
VEGETABLE has preset cook powers for 3 food
categories: Fresh, Frozen and Canned.
Example:
Example:
To reheat
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time is over, you will hear four beeps
and END will display.
• Recommended
amounts:
1-3 slices
(about 5 ozs. each)
• When the cook time is over, you will hear four beeps and
END will display.
POTATO (SENSOR)
NOTE:
POTATO
lets you bake one or several
selecting
cooking
Example:
times
To cook
and power
potatoes
Place the canned
without
2 potatoes.
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END will display.
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amounts:
1-4 potatoes
(about 8-10 ozs. each)
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pierce potato
vegetable
casserole. Cover with plastic
stand 5 minutes.
levels.
with fork several times.
• After baking, let stand for 5 minutes.
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wrap and vent. Let
• Recommended
amounts:
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• Recommended
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venting of covet:
COOK
COOK
(SENSOR)
REHEAT
lets you heat common
foods without
Levels.
Frozen
needing
microwave-prepared
to program
Reheat lets you heat foods without
times and Power Levels.
times and Power
COOK has preset power for 3 food categories:
Entree, Casserole
and Rice.
Reheat has preset
Casserole,
Example: To cook rice.
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Plate
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Touch
Dinner Plate
2
Soup/Sauce
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3
Example:
To reheat
Casserole.
1
(Displayonce)
1.
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pad.
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2
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will display.
• Recommended
amounts:
Quantities
Quantities
Category
10-21 ozs.
Casserole
1-4 cups
1-4 cups
Dinner Plate
1-2 servings
Soup/Sauce
1/2 -2 cups
NOTE:
Use only long grain rice with sensor cook program.
See page 27 to cook other types of rice.
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and
AUTO DEFROST
Your microwave
sequences.
defrost
oven is preset with three defrost
Using AUTO
frozen
defrost
DEFROST
package
Chart on pages
some basic guidelines
lowing
for using the
sequences.
is in fractions
chart to convert
Touch
Pad Number
Ounce
you can use the fol-
the weight
to decimals.
Pounds
Weight
Meat
1
1.6
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Poultry
2
3.2
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Fish
3
4.0
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4.8
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9.6
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11.2
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12.0
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Time counting down
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NO TE:
When you touch the START pad, the display changes
time count down,
DEFROST
separate,
CHART
of a pound,
Equivalent
Category
defrost
CONVERSION
To enter food weight in Auto Defrost, you must specify
pounds and tenths of a pound. If the weight on the food
is the best way to
foods. The Auto Defrost
19 - 20 provides
three
WEIGHT
or rearrange
to
The oven will beep during the
Pounds)
Pound)
TIPS
using Auto Defrost,
the weight
to be entered
the food,
minimum
of 0°F (taken directly
has been stored
to the oven and touch START to
from a freezer).
in a refrigerator-freezer
is
(the
• Use Auto Defrost only for raw food. Auto Defrost
best results when food to be thawed is a
that have thawed,
Return frozen portions
resume the defrost
Pounds)
the net weight in pounds and tenths of pounds
weight of the food minus the container).
cycle, At this time, open the door and turn,
Remove any portions
Pounds)
gives
If food
that does not
maintain a temperature
of 5°F or below, always program a lower food weight (for a shorter defrosting time)
cycle.
to prevent
cooking
the food.
• If the food is stored
outside
the freezer
for up to 20
minutes, enter a lower food weight.
• The shape of the package alters the defrosting
Shallow
rectangular
packets
defrost
time.
more quickly
than
a deep block.
• Separate
pieces
pieces as they begin to defrost.
defrost
more
Separated
easily.
• You can use small pieces of aluminum foil to shield
foods like chicken wings, leg tips, and fish tails, but the
foil must not touch the side of the oven. Foil
causes
arcing, which
can damage
the oven lining.
See page 6.
• Shield areas of food with small pieces
start to cook too fast.
• For better
results,
a preset standing
the defrosting time.
• For best results, elevate
of foil if they
time is included
food to be defrosted
on a
microwave
safe roasting rack. This prevents the
possibility of warm meat juices cooking food during
defrost.
18
in
AUTO DEFROST
Meat
CHART
Setting
Meat of irregular
beginning
shape and large, fatty cuts of meat should
of a defrost
FOOD
have the narrow
or fatty areas shielded
with foil at the
sequence.
AT BEEP
SPECIAL
INSTRUCTIONS
BEEF
Ground Beef, Bulk
Remove thawed portions with fork.
Turn over. Return remainder to oven.
Do not defrost less than 1/4 lb.
Freeze in doughnut shape.
Ground Beef, Patties
Separate and rearrange.
Do not defrost less than 2 oz. patties.
Depress center when freezing.
Round Steak
Turn over. Cover warm areas with aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable
roasting rack.
Tenderloin Steak
Turn over. Cover warm areas with aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable
roasting rack.
Stew Beef
Remove thawed portions with fork.
Separate remainder and return to oven.
Place in a microwavable
Pot Roast,
Chuck Roast
Turn over. Cover warm areas with aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable
roasting rack.
Rib Roast
Turn over. Cover warm areas with aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable
roasting rack.
Rolled Rump Roast
Turn over. Cover warm areas with aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable
roasting rack.
Cubes for Stew
Remove thawed portions with fork.
Return remainder to oven.
Place in a microwavable
Chops(1 inch thick)
Separate and rearrange.
Place on a microwavable
roasting rack.
Chops(I/2 inch thick)
Separate and rearrange.
Place on a microwavable
roasting rack.
Hot Dogs
Separate and rearrange.
Place on a microwavable
roasting rack.
Turn over. Cover warm areas with aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable
roasting rack.
Sausage, Links
Separate and rearrange.
Place on a microwavable
roasting rack.
Sausage, Bulk
Remove thawed portions with fork.
Turn over. Return remainder to oven.
Place in a microwavable
Loin Roast,
Boneless
Turn over.
Cover warm areas with aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable
baking dish.
LAMB
baking dish.
PORK
Spareribs
Country-style
Ribs
19
baking dish.
roasting rack.
AUTO DEFROST
Poultry
CHART (CONT'D)
Setting
FOOD
AT BEEP
SPECIAL
INSTRUCTIONS
CHICKEN
Whole
(up to 6 Ibs.)
Turn over (finish defrosting breast-side down).
Cover warm areas with aluminum foil.
Place chicken breast-side up on a
microwavable roast rack. Finish defrosting by
immersing in cold water. Remove giblets when
chicken is partially defrosted.
Cut-up
Separate pieces and rearrange.
Turn over. Cover warm areas with aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Finish defrosting by immersing in cold water.
Turn over. Cover warm areas with aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Finish defrosting by immersing in cold water.
Turn over. Cover warm areas with aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Finish defrosting by immersing in cold water.
CORNISH
HENS
Whole
TURKEY
Breast
(under 6 Ibs.)
Fish Setting
FOOD
AT BEEP
SPECIAL
INSTRUCTIONS
FISH
Fillets
Turn over. Separate fillets when partially thawed if
possible.
Place in a microwavable baking dish.
Carefully separate fillets under cold water.
Steaks
Separate and rearrange.
Place in a microwavable baking dish.
Run cold water over to finish defrosting.
Whole
Turn over.
Place in a microwavable baking dish.
Cover head and tail with foil; do not let foil
touch sides of microwave.
Finish defrosting
by immersing in cold water.
SHELLFISH
Crabmeat
Break apart. Turn over.
Place in a microwavable
baking dish.
Lobster tails
Turn over and rearrange.
Place in a microwavable
baking dish.
Shrimp
Separate and rearrange.
Place in a microwavable
baking dish.
Scallops
Separate and rearrange.
Place in a microwavable
baking dish.
NOTE:
Food to be defrosted
must be not more than 6.0 Ibs. (4.0 Kg). Available weight is O."I-6.0 Ibs (0. 7-4.0 Kg).
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TIME DEFROST
This feature
defrost.
allows you to choose
The Time Defrost
Chart
USE OF THE TWO POSITION
METAL RACK
the time you want to
(see page 22) provides
The two
position
some basic guidelines
for using Time Defrost.
cooking
in more than one container
Example:
for 2 minutes.
The metal rack can be turned upside
date different container sizes.
To defrost
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Place rack securely in the four plastic supports.
• Rack MUST NOT touch metal walls or back of
Place equal amounts
BELOW rack.
of food both ABOVE
• Amount of food must be approximately
3. Touch Start pad,
in both containers
Time counting down
and DE FRO ST.
(Defrost starts)
and
the same
to balance out cooking energy.
• When the defrost time is over, you will hear four beeps
and END will display.
QUICK
The Quick
DEFROST
Defrost
lb. of frozen food.
feature
provides
rapid defrosting
The oven automatically
defrosting
time for ground
Example:
To defrost
for 1
sets the
beef.
1 lb. ground
beef.
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Time Counting down
and DEFROST.
• Rack must be on the four plastic supports
when used.
• Use the rack only when cooking food on two
positions.
• Do not cook with rack on floor of the oven.
NOTE:
• The microwave
will beep and defrosting
door can be opened
door is not opened
• Any ground
will pause so the
and the meat can be turned, ff the
at this time, the countdown
meat can be used with Quick
will resume,
Defrost, but this
feature works best with ground beef.
21
TIME DEFROST
CHART
TIME
FOOD
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
MEAT
Bacon (1 lb.)
Ground meat (1 lb.)
Roasts (1 lb.)
2 - 4minutes
41_ - 6 minutes
41_ - 6 minutes
Steaks, chops and cutlets
41_ - 6 minutes perlb.
Turn meat over at
Turn meat over at
Turn meat over at
Stand for 5 to 10
Same as above.
beep. Let stand for 5 minutes after defrosting.
beep. Let stand for 5 minutes after defrosting.
beep. Shield warm areas with foil.
minutes.
POULTRY
Chicken cut up, broiler-fryer
(21/2 to 3 Ibs.)
Chicken whole (2 to 3 Ibs.)
13 - 16 minutes
Turn meat over at beep. Shield warm areas with foil.
Let stand for 20 to 30 minutes. Cover with foil.
15 - 18 minutes
Turn meat over at beep. Shield warm areas with foil.
Let stand for 20 to 30 minutes. Cover with foil.
Cornish hen
5 - 7 minutes per lb.
Turn meat over at beep. Shield warm areas with foil.
Let stand for 20 to 30 minutes. Cover with foil.
FISH & SEAFOOD
Fillets (1 lb.)
Shellfish, small pieces (1 lb.)
4 -51/2 minutes
4 - 5 minutes
Place fish in casserole. Turn food over and break up
after beep. Stand for 5 minutes.
NOTE:
Defrost times are approximate
and are intended
as guidelines.
GETTING THE BEST COOKING
To get the best results from your microwave
and follow the guidelines below.
• Storage
Temperature:
or refrigerator
Foods
RESULTS
oven, read
• Place delicate areas of foods,
toward the center of the dish.
taken from the freezer
• Arrange
take longer to cook than the same foods
Small pieces of food cook
pieces
• Natural
Moisture:
foods such
outside
sional stirring
when
cooking
large
energy
foods cook more evenly
is attracted
to water
ing the outer
depends
and vegetables
to distribute
Constant
stirring
from the
occa-
bread should
is sufficient.
all sides equally to microwave
After you remove
quickly,
22
and surface
parts
such as
pieces
of
from the
lid and let it
and avoid overcook-
edges. The length of standing
time
area of the food.
in waxed paper or paper towel:
and many other foods containing prebaked
be wrapped
vent drying out.
energy.
the food
in the center
on the density
• Wrapping
Sandwiches
the heat evenly and
is not necessary,
meatier
cover food with foil or casserole
stand to finish cooking
• Turn over foods like pork chops, whole potatoes,
roasts, or whole cauliflower
halfway through the cooking
time to expose
parts of food that may cook
• Let Stand:
tips,
such as chicken
wing tips and leg ends of poultry with small
aluminum foil.
microwave,
as casseroles
to the center
speed cooking.
the power
Very moist
because microwave
molecules.
• Stir
• Shield
faster than large ones:
similar in size and shape cook more evenly. For
even cooking, reduce
pieces of food.
foods,
pieces or salmon steaks, with the thicker,
toward the outside of the dish.
at room temperature.
The times in this book are based
on the normal storage temperature
of the food.
• Size:
unevenly shaped
such as asparagus
prior to microwaving
to pre-
FISH AND SHELLFISH
Cooking
Fish and Shellfish:
• Prepare
the fish for cooking:
- Completely
defrost
General
Directions
- Always set the shortest cooking time. Fish is done
when it turns opaque and the thickest part begins to
flake.
the fish or shellfish.
- Arrange unevenly shaped pieces with thicker parts
toward the outside of the dish. Arrange shellfish in a
plastic
wrap.
Baked
needs to be covered
the coating
crisp
fish, coated
specific
directions
settings
for most types
Cooking
with Power
pink to
and firm.
Table below
provides
Level and Cooking
Time
of fish and shellfish.
on how you cook.
lid or vented
fish, or fish in sauce
lightly with waxed paper
and sauce from getting
FISH AND SHELLFISH
FISH
is done when the shell turns from
• The Fish and Shellfish
single layer for even cooking.
- The type of cover you use depends
Poached fish needs a microwavable
Shellfish
red and the flesh is opaque
POWER LEVEL
to keep
watery.
COOKING
COOKING
TABLE
TIME
Fish fillets
HI
31/2 -41/2 minutes
Fish steaks
HI
41/2 -51/2 minutes
Whole fish
7
41_ -6minutes
Scallops
HI
31_ -5 minutes
Shrimp, shelled
HI
31_ -5 minutes
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DIRECTIONS
Arrange fish in a single layer with thickest portion
toward outside edge of 11/2 quart microwavable
baking dish. Brush with melted butter and season,
if desired. Cook covered with vented plastic wrap.
Let stand covered 2 minutes. If you are cooking
more than 1 lb. of fish, turn the fish halfway through
cooking.
Arrange in a single layer. Prepare as directed above,
except stir instead of turning the shellfish.
APPETIZERS/SAUCES/SOUPS
Cooking
• Crisp
Appetizers:
crackers,
and crisp
Tips and Techniques
such as melba toast,
rye crackers
shredded
are best for microwave
Not
wheat,
use. Wait
until party time to add the spreads.
Place a paper
under the crackers while they cook
oven to absorb extra moisture.
in the microwave
Recommended
• Appetizers
towel
with a crisp
done in a conventional
• Breaded
products
coating
or puff pastry are best
oven with dry heat.
can be warmed
in the microwave
oven but will not come out crisp.
• Arrange
individual
appetizers
• Stir dips to distribute
Cooking
Sauces:
in a circle for even cooking.
heat and shorten
cooking
• Cook sauces
time.
Tips and Techniques
• To adapt
thicken
more rapidly
a conventional
the amount
• Use a microwavable
casserole or glass measuring cup
that is at least 2 or 3 times the volume of the sauce.
• Sauces made with cornstarch
those made with flour.
• Cook
Soups:
soups
• Stirring
sauce
cooking
or gravy recipe,
occasionally
will help blend flavors,
heat evenly, and may even shorten
than
• When
for a
reduce
converting
a conventional
reduce
distribute
the cooking
time.
soup recipe to cook in
the liquid,
salt, and strong
seasonings.
Tips and Techniques
in a microwavable
or flour uncovered
of liquid slightly.
the microwave,
Cooking
made with cornstarch
so you may stir them 2 or 3 times during
smooth consistency.
dish which
holds double
the volume of the recipe ingredients to prevent boil-over,
especially if you use cream or milk in the soup.
• Generally,
cover microwaved
wrap or a microwavable
• Cover
soups
with VENTED
plastic
lid.
foods to retain moisture.
Uncover
foods to retain crispness.
• Avoid overcooking
by using the minimum
time. Add more time, if necessary,
the food.
suggested
only after checking
MEAT
Cooking
Meat:
• Prepare
the meat for cooking:
- Defrost
General
Directions
NOTE:
Keep the foil at least
completely.
- Trim off excess
fat to avoid splattering.
- Place the meat, fat side down,
in a microwavable
on a microwavable
rack
1 inch from the oven walls, and do
not cover more than one-third
one time,
of the meat with foil at any
• Let the meat stand covered
with foil !0-!5
minutes
The internal
temperature
you remove it from the oven,
dish.
the meat may rise from 5-!O°F
- Use oven cooking
bag for less tender
- Arrange the meat so that thicker
the outside of the dish.
- Cover the meat with waxed
cuts of meat.
portions
The Meat
are toward
paper to prevent
• Tend the meat as it cooks.
as they accumulate
and keep from overcooking
- Shield thin or bony portions
to reduce
the bottom
Table on page
splattering
of the meat.
with strips of foil to prevent
overcooking.
24
standing
25 provides
directions,
Power Level, and Cooking
most cuts of meat,
splattering.
- Drain.juices
Cooking
during
after
time.
detailed
Time settings
for
of
MEAT COOKING
MEAT
TABLE
POWER LEVEL
COOKING TIME
BEEF
Hamburgers,
Fresh or defrosted
(4 oz. each)
1-11_ minutes
11_ -2 minutes
21_-31_ minutes
1 patty
2 patties
4 patties
RARE (135°F):
8-10 minutes
Sirloin tip roast
(3-4 Ibs.)
per pound
MEDIUM (155°F):
11-13 minutes
per pound
LAMB
RARE (135°F):
11-12 minutes
Lamb roast, rolled
boneless (3-4 Ibs.)
per pound
MEDIUM (145°F):
12-13 minutes
per pound
WELL (155°F):
13-14 minutes
DIRECTIONS
Form patties with thumb depression in center of each.
Place on microwavable roasting rack and brush with browning
agent, if desired. Cover with waxed paper.
Turn over halfway through cooking.
Let stand covered 1 minute.
Place roast fat side down on microwavable roasting rack.
Add desired seasonings and cover with waxed paper.
Turn meat over halfway through cooking and shield if
necessary. Remove roast from microwave oven when
desired temperature is reached. Let stand covered with foil
15 minutes. (Temperature may rise about IO°F).
Place roast fat side down on microwavable roasting rack.
Brush lamb with marinade or desired seasonings such as rosemary, thyme or marjoram. Cover with waxed paper.
Turn roast over after 15 minutes, and again after 30 minutes.
Shield if necessary.
Remove roast from microwave when desired temperature is
reached. Let stand covered with foil 15 minutes (temperature
may rise about IO°F during standing.)
per pound
PORK
Bacon slices
2 slices
4 slices
6 slices
10 slices
11/2 -2 minutes
2-3 minutes
4-5 minutes
7-8 minutes
Chops
(5-7 oz. each)
2 chops
18-20 minutes
4 chops
15-17 minutes
per pound
per pound
Loin roast,
rolled, boneless
25-27 minutes
per pound (165°F)
(31/2- 41/21bs.)
Sausage links,
Fresh (or frozen and
defrosted)
(1-2 oz. each)
2 links
4 links
6 links
10 links (8 oz. pkg.)
Place bacon slices on microwavable
Cover with paper towels.
After cooking, let stand 1 minute.
roasting rack.
Place chops in microwavable baking dish.
Add desired seasonings and cover with vented plastic wrap.
Cook until no longer pink or until internal temperature reaches
170°F. Turn chops over halfway through cooking.
Let stand covered 5 minutes temperature may rise about 10°F
during standing.
Place roast in cooking bag in microwavable dish.
Add seasonings and browning agent if desired. Close bag
loosely with microwavable closure or string. After cooking, let
stand in bag 15 minutes (temperature may rise about 10°F during standing). Internal temperature of pork should reach 170°F
before serving.
Pierce links and place on microwavable roasting rack.
Cover with waxed paper or paper towel.
Turn over halfway through cooking.
After cooking, let stand covered 1 minute.
HI
45-60 seconds
1-11_ minutes
11_ -2 minutes
1:3/4-2 minutes
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POULTRY
Cooking
Poultry:
• Prepare
the poultry for cooking:
- Defrost
General
Directions
•Watch
completely.
- Drain and discard
- Arrange poultry pieces with thicker pieces at the
outside edge of the baking dish. When cooking legs,
arrange them like the spokes
- Cover the baking
of a wheel.
dish with waxed
or cook
to give a browned
juices
as they accumulate.
with small strips of aluminum
Keep foil at least 1 inch
from the oven walls and other
paper to reduce
agent (such as worcestershire
with a sauce
as it cooks.
- Shield thin or bony pieces
foil to prevent overcooking.
• Poultry
splattering.
- Use a browning
the poultry
is done when
pieces
it is no longer
of foil.
pink and the juices
run clear. When done, the temperature
should be 180-185°F.
sauce)
appearance.
• Let the poultry stand after cooking
10 minutes.
The Poultry Cooking
tions,
Power
Table below
Level, and Cooking
in the thigh meat
covered
provides
with foil for
detailed
Time settings
direc-
for most
cuts and types of poultry.
POULTRY
POULTRY
COOKING
TABLE
POWER LEVEL
Chicken pieces
(21/2 -3 Ibs.)
HI
Chicken whole
HI
COOKING
41_ -51_ minutes
per pound
(3-31/2 Iba.)
DIRECTIONS
TIME
12-13 minutes
per pound
Before cooking, wash pieces and shake the water off.
Place pieces in a single layer in a microwavable baking dish with
thicker pieces to the outside. Brush with butter or browning
agent and seasonings, if desired. Cover with waxed paper.
Cook until no longer pink and juices run clear.
Let stand covered 5 minutes.
Before cooking, wash and shake off water. Place breast side
down on a microwavable roasting rack. Brush with butter, or
browning agent and seasoning if desiredan cover. Cover with
waxed paper. Cook 1/3of estimated time. Turn breast side up,
brush with butter, or browning agent. Replace waxed paper.
Cook 1/3 of estimated time again. Shield if necessary. Cook
remaining 1/3 of estimated time, or until no longer pink and juices
run clear. Let stand covered with foil 10 minutes (the temperature may rise about IO°F while standing). The temperature in the
high should be 180°F-185 ° F when the poultry is done.
Cornish Hens
whole
(1-11/2 Iba. each)
HI
6-7 minutes
per pound
Before cooking, wash and shake the water off.
Tie wings to body of hen and the legs to tail. Place hens breast
side down on microwavable rack. Cover with waxed paper. Turn
breast side up halfway through cooking. Shield bone ends of
drumsticks with foil.
Remove and discard drippings. Brush with butter or browning
agent and seasonings if desired. Cook until no longer pink and
juices run clear. Remove hens from microwave when they reach
desired temperature.
Let stand covered with foil 5 minutes. (Temperature may rise
about 10°F while standing). Temperature in breast should be
170°F before serving.
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PASTA AND RICE
Microwave
cooking and conventional
cooking of pasta,
rice, and cereal require about the same amount of time,
but the microwave
is a more convenient method because
Cooking
Pasta
you can cook and serve in the same dish. There is no stir-
• Allow
ring needed and leftover pasta tastes just like fresh
cooked when reheated in the microwave
oven.
for standing
tings
PASTA
Spaghetti
4 cups water
Add 8 ozs. spaghetti
POWER LEVEL
COOKING TIME
HI
5
9-10 minutes
71/2 -81/2 minutes
HI
5
6-7 minutes
51_ -61_ minutes
Lasagna noodles
4 cups water
Add 8 ozs. lasagna
noodles
HI
5
7-8 minutes
11-121_ minutes
Egg noodles
6 cups water
Add 4 cups noodles
HI
5
8-10 minutes
51_ -61_ minutes
RICE COOKING
RICE
Long grain
21/4 cups water
Add 1 cup rice
Power
for most common
Tables below provide
Level and cooking
spe-
time set-
types of pasta and rice.
DIRECTIONS
Combine hot tap water and salt, if desired.
Use a 2-quart microwavable baking dish and cover with
vented plastic wrap for spaghetti and lasagna noodles.
Use microwavable lid or vented plastic wrap for macaroni
and egg noodles.
Cook at Power Level HI for the time indicated in chart or
until water boils.
Stir in pasta after water boils cook covered at Power Level
5 as directed in chart (or until tender).
Drain in a colander.
TABLE
POWER
LEVEL
COOKING
TIME
DIRECTIONS
Combine hot tap water and salt, if desired,
microwavable casserole.
HI
5
5-6 minutes
15 minutes
21/2 cups water
Add 1 cup rice
HI
5
41/2 -51/2 minutes
28 minutes
Long grain and
wild rice mix
21/3cups water
Add 6 oz. package
HI
5
4-5 minutes
24 minutes
HI
2-3 minutes
in 2 quart
Cover with microwavable lid or vented plastic wrap.
Cook as directed in chart at Power Level HI or until water
boils.
Brown
Quick cooking
1 cup water
Add 1 cup rice
with
TABLE
Macaroni
3 cups water
Add 2 cups macaroni
time with rice, but not for pasta.
• The Pasta and Rice Cooking
cific directions,
PASTA COOKING
and Rice: Tips and Techniques
• If you are planning to use rice or pasta in a casserole,
undercook it so it is still firm.
Stir in rice and any seasonings.
Cook covered as directed in chart at Power Level 5 or until
water is absorbed and rice is tender.
Let stand covered 5 to 10 minutes.
Fluff with fork.
Cook water until it boils.
Stir rice into boiling water and let stand, covered 5 to 10
minutes or until water is absorbed and rice is tender.
Fluff with fork.
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CARE AND CLEANING
,_
For best performance
and safety, keep the oven clean
inside and outside. Take special care to keep the inner
door panel and the oven front frame
free of food or
grease
powder
build-up.
Never
use rough
To avoid risk of personal injury or property
damage, do not operate oven hood without filter
in place.
or pads.
Wipe the microwave
oven inside and out, including the
hood bottom cover, with a soft cloth and a warm (not hot)
CHARCOAL FILTER
REPLACEMENT
mild detergent solution. Then rinse and wipe dry. Use a
chrome cleaner and polish on chrome, metal and aluminum
surfaces.
paper towel,
Wipe
spatters
especially
immediately
after cooking
Clean your oven weekly
chicken
or more often,
CAUTION
with a wet
If your oven is vented inside, the charcoal filter should be
replaced every 6 to 12 months, and more often if neces-
or bacon.
if needed.
sary. The charcoal
filter cannot
be cleaned.
1. Unplug the oven or turn off power
METAL RACK
(2 middle
Wash
at the main power
supply.
2. Remove the two vent grill mounting
screws.
screws)
the metal rack with a mild soap and a soft or nylon
scrub brush, Dry completely,
Do not use abrasive
scrubbers or cleaners to clean rack,
CLEANING
THE GREASE
The grease filter should
least once a month.
1. To remove
grease
filter downward
be removed
FILTER
and cleaned
3. Tip the grill forward,
4. Remove old filter.
then lift itout.
often, at
filter, slide filter to the side. Pull
and push to the other
side. The filter
will drop out.
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5. Slide a new charcoal filter into place.
rest at the angle shown.
The filter should
2. Wash in dishwasher or soak grease filter in hot water
and a mild detergent, Rinse well and shake to dry. Do
not use ammonia or place in a dishwasher. The
aluminum filter will darken.
6. Slide the bottom
until it snaps
Turn the power
set the clock.
3. To reinstall the filter, slide it into the side slot, then push
up and toward
oven center
to lock.
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of the grill into place. Push the top
into place.
Replace
the mounting
back on at the main power
screws.
supply and
COOKTOP LIGHT
REPLACEMENT
OVEN LIGHT REPLACEMENT
1. Unplug
ply.
1. Unplug the oven or turn off power at the main power
oven or turn off power at the main power sup-
2. Remove
supply.
the vent cover mounting
3. Tip the cover forward,
(2 middle
then lift out to remove.
Y
2. Remove the bulb cover and mounting
3. Replace
screws.
screws)
T
screws.
bulb(s) with 30 or 40 watt appliance
4, Replace bulb cover and mounting screws.
5. Turn the power back on at the main power
bulb(s).
4. Remove
bulb holder.
supply or
plug in the oven.
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CAUTION
To avoid personal injury or property
gloves when replacing light bulb.
damage,
wear
5. Lift up the bulb holder.
6. Replace
bulb with a 30 or 40 watt appliance
bulb.
7. Replace the bulb holder.
8. Slide the bottom of the vent cover into place.
Push the top until it snaps
mounting
power
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screws.
into place.
Turn the power
supply or plug in the oven.
Replace
the
back on at the main
BEFORE CALLING
FOR SERVICE
Check the following list to be sure a service
prevent an unneeded service call.
call is necessary.
Reviewing
Problem
If nothing
on the oven operates...
information
Possible
Causes
on items to check
may
• check for a blown circuit fuse or a tripped main circuit breaker.
• check if oven is properly connected to electric circuit in hoUSer
• check that controls
If the oven interior
additional
light does not work...
are set properly.
• the light bulb is loose or defective.
If oven will not cook...
• check that control
panel was programmed
correctly.
• check that door is firmly closed.
• check that Start Pad was touched.
• check that timer wasn't
If oven takes
cooks
longer than normal to cook
or
• be sure the Power
started
instead
of a cooking
Level is programmed
function.
properly.
too rapidly...
If the time of day clock
keep correct
If food cooks
does not always
time...
• check that the power
cord is fully inserted
• be sure the oven is the only appliance
unevenly...
• be sure food
is evenly shaped.
• be sure food
is completely
• check
placement
defrosted
of aluminum
into the outlet receptacle.
on the electrical
before
foil strips
circuit.
cooking.
used to prevent
overcooking.
If food is undercooked...
• check recipe
to be sure all directions
levels) were correctly
(amount,
time, and power
followed.
• be sure microwave oven is on a separate circuit.
• be sure food is completely defrosted before cooking.
If food is over cooked...
• check recipe to be sure all directions
of dish) were followed.
If arcing
• be sure microwavable
dishes were used.
• be sure wire twist ties were not used.
(sparks)
occur...
• be sure oven was not operated
when
(amount,
shows
a time counting
down
level, time, size
empty.
• make sure metal rack (if used) is properly
If the display
power
installed
on 4 supports.
• check that door is firmly closed.
but the oven is not cooking...
• check that timer was not started
instead
of a cooking
If you vent fan starts automatically...
• If the temperature
gets too hot around the microwave
oven, the fan in
the vent hood will automatically
turn on at the LOW setting to cool the
oven. It may stay on up to an hour to cool the oven.
30
function.
I
WARNING
To avoid electrical
shock which
Only an authorized
servicer
QUESTIONS
can cause severe personal
I
injury or death, do not remove outer case at any time.
should remove the outer case.
AND ANSWERS
Question
Answer
Can I use a rack in my microwave
that I may reheat
oven so
or cook in two rack posi-
tions at a time?
Only use the rack that is supplied
Use of any other
with your microwave
rack can result in poor cooking
arcing and may damage
oven.
performance
and/or
your oven. Do not use the rack when
sensor
cooking.
Can I use either
my microwave
metal or aluminum
pans in
oven?
Sometimes the door of my microwave
appears wavy. Is this normal?
What
are the humming
my microwave
oven
noises I hear when
oven is operating?
Why does the dish become
microwave
food in it?
hot when
Usable
metal includes
pieces).
Never allow
This appearance
oven.
aluminum
foil for shielding
is normal
does standing
This is the sound the transformer
makes
I
time mean?
in my microwave
tube
As the food becomes hot it will conduct the heat to the dish.
Use hot pads to remove food after cooking.
Standing
oven?
safe. See page 6.
time means that food should
covered
for additional
cooking
to finish,
microwave
will coutinue
popcorn
or use the preprogrammed
paper
This process
allows the
and flees the oven for other
the food temperature
Do not use regular
be taken out of the oven and
time after cooking.
saves energy,
Yes. Pop packaged
guidelines
How do I get the best results?
when the magnetron
of your
cycles on and off.
In some dishes,
time.
Can I pop popcorn
See page 6.
and does not affect the operation
Dish also may not be microwave
What
(use small, flat
metal to touch walls or door.
following
Popcorn
bags with unpopped
purposes.
to rise during
this
manufacturer's
pad. See page 15.
corn - - use only pre-
packaged, Microwavable
Popcorn. Use the listening test by stopping
the oven as soon as the popping slows to a pop every one or two seconds. Do not try to repop
microwave
turer's
Why
does steam come out of the air
exhaust vent?
poppers:
directions.
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using
kernels.
a popper,
Do not pop popcorn
Steam is normally
The microwave
vent.
unpopped
When
produced
during
You can also use special
be sure to follow
manufac-
in glass utensils.
cooking.
oven has been designed
to vent this steam out the top
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