COMMERCIAL
MICROWAVE OVEN
J
MODEL
R-1900J
OPERATION MANUAL AND COOKING GUIDE
Page
CONTENTS
Warning
1
Special Notes and Warnings
2
Installation Instructions
3
Oven Diagram
4
Operation of Touch Control Panel
5
Memory Operation
5
Memory Cooking
5
Cooking Double / Triple Quantity
with Memory
6
Express Defrost with Memory
Manual Operation
7
7
Single Stage Cooking
7
Multi Stage Cooking
7
Repeat Cooking
8
Express Defrost
8
Express Defrost Chart
8
Programme and Customise
Custom Setting
9
9
Saving Memories
15
Maximum Cooking Time
19
Other Convenient Features
19
Demonstration Mode
19
Monitor
19
Error Mode
19
Maintenance Mode
20
Care and Cleaning
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Before Operation
20
Service Call Check
22
Specifications
22
Helpful Hints
23
Cookware and Utensil Guide
23
Charts
24
Warranty
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WARNING
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS : READ CAREFULLY AND KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity:
a. Do not overcook food.
b. Remove wire twist-ties from paper or plastic bags before placing bag in the oven.
c. Do not heat oil or fat for deep frying. The temperature of the oil cannot be controlled.
d. Look at the oven from time to time when food is heated in disposable containers made of plastic, paper or other
combustible materials for signs of smoke or burning.
e. If materials inside the oven should ignite, or smoke is observed, keep oven door closed, turn oven off, and disconnect
the power plug, or shut off power at the fuse or circuit breaker panel.
To reduce the risk of an explosion or delayed eruptive boiling when handling the container.
Your microwave oven is capable of heating food and beverages very quickly therefore, it is very important that you select
the appropriate cooking time and power level for the type and quantity of food to be heated. If you are unsure of the
cooking time and power level required, begin with low cooking times and power levels until the food is sufficiently heated
evenly throughout.
Additionally:
a. Do not place sealed containers in the oven. Babies bottles fitted with a screw cap or teat are considered to be sealed
containers.
b. Do not use excessive amount of time.
c. When boiling liquids in the oven, use a wide-mouthed container.
d. Stand at least for 20 seconds at the end of cooking to avoid delayed eruptive boiling of liquids.
e. Stir the liquid before and during cooking. Use extreme care when handling the container or inserting a spoon or
other utensil into the container.
This oven is for food preparation only and should only be used for heating, cooking and defrosting food and beverage.
It is not suitable for industrial, laboratory use, or heating therapeutic devices eg. Wheat bags.
Never operate the oven whilst any object is caught or jammed between the door and the oven.
Do not try to adjust or repair the oven yourself.
It is hazardous for anyone other than a qualified service technician trained by SHARP to carry out any service or repair
operation. Especially those which involve the removal of a cover which gives protection against exposure to microwave
energy are very hazardous.
Do not operate the oven if it is not working correctly or damaged until it has been repaired by a qualified service technician
trained by SHARP. It is particularly important that the oven door closes properly and that there is no damage to:
(1) Door (warped), (2) Hinges and Latches (broken or loosened), (3) Door Seals, Sealing Surfaces and oven cavity (buckled
or deformed), (4) Burn marks on the door seal faces.
Do not bump, or catch utensils, loose clothes and your accessories on the door safety latches when removing food from
the oven.
Never poke an object, particularly a metal object, through a grille or between the door and the oven while the oven is
operating.
Never tamper with or deactivate the door safety latches.
Always use oven gloves to prevent burns when handling utensils that are in contact with hot food. Enough heat from the
food can transfer through utensils to cause skin burns.
Should the power supply cord become damaged, it must be replaced with a special cord supplied by a SERVICE CENTRE
APPROVED BY SHARP. And it must be replaced by a qualified service technician trained by SHARP in order to avoid a
hazard.
Avoid steam burns by directing steam away from the face and hands.
Slowly lift the furthest edge of a dish's cover including microwave plastic wrap etc., and carefully open popcorn and oven
cooking bags away from the face.
Make sure that the power supply cord is undamaged, and that it does not run under the oven or over any hot surfaces
or sharp edges.
Do not place anything on the outer cabinet.
Do not store food or any other items inside the oven.
Make sure the utensil does not touch the interior walls during cooking.
Only allow children to use the oven without supervision when adequate instructions have been given so that the child is
able to use the oven in a safe way and understands the hazards of improper use.
This appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance
by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Do not use the oven near the steamer and fryer.
Individuals with PACEMAKERS should check with their doctor or the manufacturer of the pacemaker for precautions
regarding microwave ovens.
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SPECIAL NOTES AND WARNINGS
DO
DON’T
Eggs, fruits,
nuts, seeds,
vegetables,
sausages and
oysters
* Puncture egg yolks and whites and oysters
before cooking to prevent “explosion”.
* Pierce skins of potatoes, apples, squash, hot
dogs, sausages and oysters so that steam
escapes.
* Cook eggs in shells. This prevents
“explosion”, which may damage the oven
or injure yourself.
* Cook hard/soft boiled eggs.
* Overcook oysters.
* Dry nuts or seeds in shells.
Popcorn
* Use specially bagged popcorn for the
microwave oven.
* Listen while popping corn for the popping
to slow to 1-2 seconds.
* Pop popcorn in regular brown bags or
microwave safe glass bowls.
* Exceed maximum time on popcorn
package.
Baby food
* Transfer baby food to small dish and heat
carefully, stirring often. Check for suitable
temperature to prevent burns.
* Remove the screw cap and teat before
warming baby bottles. After warming
shake thoroughly. Check for suitable
temperature.
* Heat disposable bottles.
* Overheat baby bottles.
Only heat until warm.
* Heat bottles with nipples on.
* Heat baby food in original jars.
General
* Food with filling should be cut after heating,
to release steam and avoid burns.
* Use a deep microwave safe glass bowl when
cooking liquids or cereals to prevent boiling
over.
* Heat or cook in closed glass jars or air tight
containers.
* Deep fat fry.
* Heat or dry wood, herbs, wet papers, clothes
or flowers.
* Operate the oven without a load (i.e. an
absorbing material such as food or water)
in the oven cavity.
Liquids
(Beverages)
* For boiling or cooking liquids see WARNING
on page 1 to prevent explosion and delayed
eruptive boiling.
* Heat for longer than recommended time.
Canned foods
* Remove food from can.
* Heat or cook food while in cans.
Sausage rolls,
Pies, Christmas
pudding
* Cook for the recommended time.
(These foods have high sugar and/or fat
contents.)
* Overcook as they may catch fire.
Meats
* Use a microwave proof roasting rack to
collect drained juices.
* Place meat directly on the ceramic shelf for
cooking.
Utensils
* Check the utensils are suitable for
MICROWAVE cooking before you use
them.
* Use metal utensils for MICROWAVE cooking.
Metal reflects microwave energy and may
cause an electrical discharge known as
arcing.
Aluminium foil
* Use to shield food to prevent over
cooking.
* Watch for sparking. Reduce foil or keep clear
of cavity walls.
* Use too much.
* Shield food close to cavity walls.
Sparking can damage the cavity.
Browning dish
* Place a suitable insulator such as a
microwave and heat proof dinner plate
between the ceramic shelf and the browning
dish.
* Exceed the preheating time recommended
by the manufacturer. Excessive preheating
can cause the glass turntable to shatter
and/or damage internal parts of the oven.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Remove all packing materials from the oven cavity. Remove the protective film(blue film) from the outer case cabinet. Check
the unit for any damage, such as a misaligned door, damaged door seals around the door or dents inside the oven cavity
or on the door. If there is any damage, please do not operate the oven until it has been checked by a SERVICE CENTRE
APPROVED BY SHARP and repaired, if necessary.
2. Accessories provided
1) Operation manual
2) Touch guide
3) Caution sheet (SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS: part
Screw (a)
code TCAUHA276WRRZ)
3. Place oven on a secure, level surface, strong enough to
Oven B (Back)
take the oven weight, plus the heaviest item likely to be
Mounting
cooked in the oven.
plate B
4. The oven should not be installed in any area where
Screw (e)
Screw (b)
excessive heat and steam are generated, for example,
next to a conventional oven unit.
The oven should be installed so as not to block ventilation
Screw (b)
openings.
Screw (d)
Screw (c)
Screw (c)
Allow at least 25 cm on the top, 10 cm on the both sides Screw (e)
of the oven for free air space. This applies for both single
Screw (a)
Oven A (Back)
and two ovens stacked.
Screw (d)
Mounting
When installing in a cabinet, the minimum inside
plate A
dimension of the cabinet should be as follows. For single :
645 mm (W) x 596 mm (H) x 573 mm (D). For two ovens
stacked : 645 mm (W) x 942 mm (H) x 573 mm (D). This
oven is not designed for built-in installation.
WARNING: The electrical outlet must be readily accessible so that the unit can be unplugged easily in an emergency.
5. Neither the manufacturer nor the distributors can accept any liability for damage to the machine or personal injury for failure
to observe the correct electrical connecting procedure.
The A.C. voltage must be single phase 230-240V, 50Hz.
6. It is recommended that a separate circuit serving only this appliance be provided.
7. This appliance must be earthed.
8. Operate the oven from a general purpose outlet.
If a generator is used, do not operate the oven with non-sinusoidal outputs.
9. STACKING PROCEDURE FOR TWO MICROWAVE OVENS
Two units can be installed together by placing one on top of the other. Follow these instructions:
A. Place oven A in the desired location. Position oven B on top of oven A as shown in the figure.
B. Remove screws (a) and mounting plate A and B from the right side of the back of oven A and B.
C. Replace screws (a) removed at step B and tighten them.
D. Remove screws (b), (c), (d), and (e) and then install mounting plate A and B which were removed at step B to the each
lower edge of oven B as shown in the figure.
E. Replace screws (b), (c), (d), and (e) which were removed at step D and tighten them.
WARNING:
When two ovens are installed together by placing one on top of another:
1. Always use two mounting plates.
2. Make sure that the power supply cords are not caught between the ovens.
3. Do not install more than one oven on top of another.
4. Do not lose the removed screws.
NOTE: External Equipotential Earthing Terminal
Equipment has secondary earthing terminal.
Terminal provides external earthing connection used in addition to earthing prong on plug.
Located on outside of oven back, terminal is marked with symbol shown on the right side.
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OVEN DIAGRAM
13
1
9
8
1
2
11
12
4
10
7
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
3
14
5
17
16
15
6
Touch control panels
Door latch openings
Ceramic shelf
Oven lamp
Air intake openings
Air intake filter
Door seals and sealing surfaces
Door hinges
Oven door with see-through window
1
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
2
7
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
MANUAL/REPEAT pad
POWER LEVEL pad
DOUBLE/TRIPLE QUANTITY pad
CUSTOM SETTING pad
STOP/CLEAR pad
ON DEF.
NO.
Door latches
Door handle
Splash cover
Ventilation openings
Power supply cord
Mounting plate
Screw for mounting plate
Access cover for oven lamp replacement
5
6.
7.
8.
9.
6
3
4
8
9
5
6
START pad
Ten number pads
EXPRESS DEFROST pad
SET MEMORY pad
CHECK LOCK FILTER
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OPERATION OF TOUCH CONTROL PANEL
Before Operation
* Before operating your new oven, make sure you read and
understand this operation manual completely.
1) Plug in the oven. Nothing will appear in the display at
this time.
2) Open the door. The display shows “0”.
3) Close the door.
4) Control panels can only be operated when the door is
closed.
5) Your oven has 3 ways to select memory numbers.
See CUSTOM SETTING 1. To Set Input Method on page
9. The factory setting is Dual digit Input .
pressed within three minutes, cooking data will be canceled.
To resume cooking press the START pad.
3. Cooking stops when the door is opened and cooking data
remains. However once the door is closed, cooking data will
be canceled if subsequent keys are not pressed within
3 minutes. To resume cooking press the START pad.
4. Cooking is immediately canceled by pressing the STOP/
CLEAR pad twice.
Checking food:
Press the STOP/CLEAR pad then open the door, check food,
close the door and press the START pad to continue
cooking.
Cancellation:
1. Cooking data is canceled when keys are not pressed for
more than three minutes when setting programming.
2. Cooking stops when the STOP/CLEAR pad is pressed and
cooking data remains. However if subsequent keys are not
Cooking Completion:
When food is not taken out after cooking completion, “End”
will be shown in the display until the food is taken out.
If you do not operate the oven for 3 minutes or more (i.e. closing the door or pressing the STOP key), your oven will
automatically shut down, so you will not be able to operate the oven until you open and close the oven door.
NOTE : When you set Demonstration mode or while cooking fan work after cooking, your oven will not shut down
automatically.
HELPFUL TIPS for the Memory Input Method
The Memory Input Method determines how to input memory numbers for Memory Cooking and Custom Setting and Saving
Memories, therefore follow the method below. Refer to HELPFUL TIPS below as well as to Memory Cooking below.
The Memory Input Method
1. Dual Digit Input: Must input two numbers to select a
memory, even though the first number is 0. Memory
Memory No.
programming is limited to 0 - 99.
Examples
Memory
0
2
12
22
2. Single Digit Input: Can only input one number to select
Input Method
a memory. Memory programming is limited to 0 - 9.
0, 0
0, 2
1, 2
2, 2
3. Repeat Digit Input: Input one, two, or three numbers to
Dual Digit Input
select a memory. Memory programming is limited to 0 - 29. Single Digit Input
0
2
4. For Repeat Digit Input/Auto Start ON only, push number
Repeat Digit Input
0
2
2, 2
2, 2, 2
pads within one second of the previous number.
5. Regardless of input method selected, Counter Check/Clear (Custom Setting 7) and Multiplication Factors for Double/
Triple Quantity (Custom Setting 10) only use the Dual Digit Input method. As for Custom Setting 10, enter memory
number after pressing the DOUBLE/TRIPLE QUANTITY pad.
MEMORY OPERATION
Programmed Memories and the Memory Input Method
Memory Cooking
* Your oven has 100 memory banks from 0 to 99. Memory
contents from memory number 0 to 29 are the same in
Dual, and Repeat Digit Input methods.
* Memory 0 - 9 are programmed as factory settings. See
the table of Programmed Memories and the Memory
Input Method on the right side. Memory 10 - 99 must
be programmed before using Memory Cooking. When a
memory number which has not been programmed is
entered, “End” will be shown in the display. See
Saving Memories on page 15-19 to programme
a new memory.
Memory
No.
Dual
Digit
Input
Single
Digit
Input
Repeat
Digit
Input
Cook
time
Output
power
1
01
1
1
5 sec.
100%
2
02
2
2
10 sec.
100%
3
03
3
3
20 sec.
100%
4
04
4
4
30 sec.
100%
5
05
5
5
40 sec.
100%
6
06
6
6
50 sec.
100%
7
07
7
7
1 min.
100%
8
08
8
8
1 min. 15 sec.
100%
9
09
9
9
1 min. 30 sec.
100%
0
00
0
0
2 min.
100%
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* Memory Cooking can be set in 6 operating ways.
There are multiple methods of selecting memories
depending on the input method selected and whether or
not Auto Start is turned on or off (for information about
Auto Start On/OFF function see Custom Setting 2 on page
9). To avoid mistakenly selecting the incorrect memory,
please confirm your settings by checking Custom Setting
(see Custom Setting 1 and 2 on page 9).
4. Repeat Digit Input/Auto Start ON (without the START
Pad)
* Suppose you want to cook with memory 12, which was
programmed for 10 seconds at 100%.
Procedure
1 Place food in oven.
Enter memory number.
6 operating ways:
1. Dual Digit Input/Auto Start OFF (memory 00 - 99)
2. Dual Digit Input/Auto Start ON (memory 00 - 99)
3. Repeat Digit Input/Auto Start OFF (memory 0 - 29)
4. Repeat Digit Input/Auto Start ON (memory 0 - 29)
5. Single Digit Input/Auto Start OFF (memory 0 - 9)
6. Single Digit Input/Auto Start ON (memory 0 - 9)
2
x2
5. Single Digit Input/Auto Start OFF (with the START Pad)
* Suppose you want to cook with memory 2, which was
programmed for 10 seconds at 100%.
Procedure
1 Place food in oven.
Enter memory number.
HELPFUL TIPS for the Display of Memory Input Status
and the START Pad
When Auto Start ON has been selected,
1. “0” should be displayed before entering memory
number.
When “0” is not displayed, open the door and close
to reset.
2. The START pad does not need to be pressed.
Cooking will automatically start when the memory
number is input.
2
2 Press the START pad.
6. Single Digit Input/Auto Start ON (without the START
Pad)
* Suppose you want to cook with memory 2, which was
programmed for 10 seconds at 100%.
1. Dual Digit Input/Auto Start OFF (with the START Pad)
* Suppose you want to cook with memory 2, which was
programmed for 10 seconds at 100%.
Procedure
1 Place food in oven.
Enter memory number.
2
Procedure
1 Place food in oven.
Enter memory number.
0
Cooking Double/Triple
Quantity with Memory
2
2 Press the START pad.
Double/Triple Quantity is a feature where the oven will
automatically calculate how to cook two or three servings of
a programmed food. It does not simply double or triple the
time. Factory setting is multiplication factor 1.8 for Double
Quantity and 2.6 for Triple Quantity. Press the DOUBLE/TRIPLE
QUANTITY pad once for Double Quantity (2 servings), and
twice for Triple Quantity (3 servings).
* Suppose you want to cook 3 servings with memory
number 2 programmed Single Digit Input/Auto Start
ON.
2. Dual Digit Input/Auto Start ON (without the START
Pad)
* Suppose you want to cook with memory 12, which was
programmed for 10 seconds at 100%.
Procedure
1 Place food in the oven.
Enter memory number.
1
Procedure
2
1 Place food in oven.
Press the DOUBLE/TRIPLE
QUANTITY pad twice.
3. Repeat Digit Input/Auto Start OFF (with the START
Pad)
* Suppose you want to cook with memory 2, which was
programmed for 10 seconds at 100%.
2 Enter memory number.
Procedure
1 Place food in oven.
Enter memory number.
x2/x3 x 2
2
NOTE : If your total cooking time is over the maximum time
allowed, error message EE9 will be displayed. Press the
STOP/CLEAR pad to clear the error message and reduce the
quantity or cook without using Double/Triple Quantity. For
details see Custom Setting 10 on page 13 and Maximum
Cooking Time on page 19.
2
2 Press the START pad.
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Express Defrost with Memory
Procedure
* Suppose you want to cook with memory 0, which was
programmed for 10 minutes Express Defrost sequence,
Single Digit Input/Auto Start ON.
2 Press the START pad to continue
defrosting.
Procedure
1 Place food in oven.
Enter memory number.
NOTES:
1. Even though CHECK lights up in the display, your oven
continues defrosting and does not stop to check.
2. Press the START pad at step 2 to continue defrosting as
once the door is closed, cooking data will be canceled if
the START pad is not pressed within 3 minutes.
3. See Express Defrost Chart on page 8.
0
Midway through the defrosting cycle, the CHECK
indicator will light in the display and an audible signal
will be heard unless signal volume has been set to Mute.
You may open the door, turn food over and shield any
warm portions. Close the door.
MANUAL OPERATION
NOTES:
1. It is not necessary to press the POWER LEVEL pad for
100% in Single Stage Cooking.
2. If cooking time input is over the maximum allowed time,
error message EE9 will be displayed. Press the STOP/
CLEAR pad to clear the error message and reduce cooking
time or power level. For details, see Maximum Cooking
Time on page 19.
Your oven can be programmed for up to 4 cooking sequences
and has 11 preset microwave power levels.
Maximum Cooking Time
Microwave 100% - 60% Maximum of 60 minutes
Microwave 50% - 10% Maximum of 120 minutes
(Please see Maximum Cooking Time on page 19)
Microwave Power Level
Press the
POWER LEVEL pad
once then press
POWER LEVEL
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Approximate
percentage
of power
100%
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
Multi Stage Cooking
Display
* Suppose you want to cook for 1 minute at 70% power for
1st stage and then continue to cook for 2 minutes at 50%
power for 2nd stage and to cook for 3 minutes at 100%
power for 3rd stage.
Procedure
1 Place food in oven and press
the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
Enter cooking time for 1st
stage.
0
2 Press the POWER LEVEL pad.
Enter power level for 1st stage.
Single Stage Cooking
* Suppose you want to cook for 2 minutes and 30 seconds
at 50%.
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2
1 Place food in oven and press
the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
Enter cooking time.
2
3
0
3 Press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
Enter cooking time for 2nd
stage.
Procedure
2 Press the POWER LEVEL pad
and enter power level.
1
0
4 Press the POWER LEVEL pad.
Enter power level for 2nd stage.
0
0
5
5 Press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
Enter cooking time for 3rd
stage.
5
3
3 Press the START pad.
0
0
6 Press the START pad.
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NOTES:
1. It is not necessary to press the POWER LEVEL pad for
100% at the last stage in Multi Stage Cooking.
2. If the total cooking time is over the maximum time allowed,
error message, EE9 will be displayed. Press the STOP/
CLEAR pad to clear the error message pad and reduce
total cooking time, power levels or stages. For details,
see Maximum Cooking Time on page 19.
Express Defrost
Use Express Defrost to defrost meat and poultry. Calculate
total defrost time using chart below. Express Defrost can be
programmed for a maximum of 90 minutes.
* Suppose you want to defrost for 4 minutes and 30 seconds.
Procedure
Repeat Cooking
1 Place food in oven.
Press the EXPRESS DEFROST pad.
Use Repeat Cooking to re-cook in the previous manual
cooking setting. The previous manual cooking setting is
memorized unless the oven is unplugged.
2 Enter defrosting time.
(Refer to chart below.)
* Suppose you want to re-cook in the previous manual
cooking setting, 1 minute at 70% power for 1st stage and
then continue to cook for 2 minutes at 50% power for 2nd
stage and to cook for 3 minutes at 100% power for 3rd
stage.
4
3
0
3 Press the START pad.
Procedure
1 Place food in oven.
Press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
Midway through the defrosting cycle, the CHECK
indicator will light in the display and an audible signal
will be heard unless signal volume has been set to Mute.
You may open the door, turn food over and shield any
warm portions. Close the door.
2 Press the START pad.
4 Press the START pad to continue
defrosting.
NOTES:
1. Even though CHECK lights up the display, your oven
continues defrosting and does not stop to check.
2. Press the START pad at step 4 to continue defrosting.
Once the door is closed, cooking data will be canceled if
subsequent keys are not pressed within 3 minutes.
Express Defrost Chart
The following chart gives approx times per 500g for defrosting meat.
Food
Steak/Chops
Time(min./500g)
Procedure
4-5 min./500g
* Shield thin end of chops or steaks with foil.
* Position the food with thinner parts in the centre in a single layer on a defrost rack.
If pieces are stuck together, try to separate as soon as possible.
* Turn food over and rearrange after the oven beeps.
* After defrost time, stand covered with foil for 10-15 minutes.
4-5 min./500g
*
*
*
*
4-5 min./500g
* Place frozen minced beef on a defrost rack Shield edges.
* Remove defrosted portion of mince, turn food over and shield edges with foil strips
after the oven beeps.
* After defrost time, stand covered with foil for 10-15 minutes.
4-5 min./500g
*
*
*
*
Shield the exposed bone with foil.
Place chicken pieces on a defrost rack.
Turn food over, rearrange and shield the warm portions after the oven beeps.
After defrost time, stand covered with foil for 10-15 minutes.
5-6 min./500g
*
*
*
*
Shield the edge with foil strips about 2.5 cm wide.
Place joint with lean side face upwards (if possible) on a defrost rack.
Turn food over and shield the warm portions after the oven beeps.
After defrost time, stand covered with foil for 10-50 minutes.
See Note below
Poultry
See Note below
Minced Beef
See Note below
Chicken Pieces
See Note below
Roast Beef
Pork
Lamb
Remove from original wrapper. Shield wing and leg tips with foil.
Place breast side down on a defrost rack.
Turn food over after the oven beeps.
After defrost time, stand covered with foil for 15-50 minutes.
N.B. After standing rinse under cold water to remove giblets if necessary.
Check food after standing. If additional time is needed, continue to defrost with 20% power and additional time.
Food not listed in the Chart can be defrosted using 20% setting.
NOTE: When freezing minced beef, shape it into flat even sizes. For chicken pieces, steaks and chops, freeze separately in
single flat layers and if necessary interleave with freezer plastic to separate layers. This will ensure even defrosting. It
is also a good idea to label the packs with the correct weights.
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PROGRAMME AND CUSTOMISE
2. Selecting Auto Start Operation
Your oven has 2 ways to start memory cooking.
CU21 : Auto Start OFF = factory setting
CU22 : Auto Start ON
Custom Setting
You can check your oven settings and customise your oven
by changing Custom Settings settings.
The factory setting is Auto Start OFF. Under Auto Start OFF,
cooking will not begin until the START pad is pressed. Under
Auto Start ON, cooking will automatically start after the
memory number is input.
The CUSTOM SETTING pad has 11 operations.
1. Selecting Memory Input Method
2. Selecting Auto Start Operation
3. Programme Lock Setting
4. Audible Signal Sound Volume Setting
5. Cooking Completion Signal Setting
6. Memory Check
7. Counter Check/Clear
8. Air Intake Filter Counter
9. Selecting Operation in Case of Magnetron Failure
10. Multiplication Factors for Double/Triple Quantity
11. Express Defrost Setting
To Set Auto Start
Press the CUSTOM SETTING pad twice within 2 seconds then
enter the numbers
2, 1 for Auto Start OFF
2, 2 for Auto Start ON
Press the START pad to save settings and the STOP/CLEAR
pad to exit from the Custom Setting function.
To use Custom Setting function, press the CUSTOM SETTING
pad twice within 2 seconds, and desired option pads. See
detailed instructions below.
* Suppose you want to set Auto Start ON.
Procedure
NOTE : You will hear an audible signal the second time the
CUSTOM SETTING pad is pressed to indicate that you have
entered Custom Setting.
x2
1. Selecting Memory Input Method
Your oven has 3 ways to select memory numbers.
CU11 : Dual Digit Input (100 memory banks)
= Factory Setting
CU12 : Single Digit Input (10 memory banks)
CU13 : Repeat Digit Input (30 memory banks)
2
4 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to
exit from the Custom Setting
function.
3. Programme Lock Setting
You can select Programme Lock ON or OFF
CU31 : Programme Lock OFF = factory setting
CU32 : Programme Lock ON
Press the START pad to save settings and the STOP/CLEAR
pad to exit from the Custom Setting function.
* Suppose you want to set Repeat Digit Input.
Procedure
1
3
2 Enter 2, 2 for Auto Start ON.
3 Press the START pad to save the
setting.
To Set Input Method
Press the CUSTOM SETTING pad twice within 2 seconds then
enter the numbers
1,1 for Dual Digit Input
1,2 for Single Digit Input
1,3 for Repeat Digit Input
x2
2
1 Press the CUSTOM SETTING pad
twice within 2 seconds.
Programme Lock OFF is the factory setting. Programme Lock
prevents accidental changes to settings. When the CUSTOM
SETTING pad is pressed twice within 2 seconds in programme
Lock ON, the LOCK indicator will light up. Turn Programme
Lock OFF when you want to change the settings.
1 Press the CUSTOM SETTING pad
twice within 2 seconds.
2 Enter 1,3 for Repeat Digit Input.
To Turn Programme Lock ON/OFF
Press the CUSTOM SETTING pad twice within 2 seconds then
enter the numbers
3, 1 for Programme Lock OFF
3, 2 for Programme Lock ON
3 Press the START pad to save the
setting.
Press the START pad to save settings and the STOP/CLEAR
pad to exit from the Custom Setting function.
4 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to
exit from the Custom Setting
function.
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* Suppose you want to set Programme Lock ON.
4. Audible Signal Sound Volume Setting
The volume of the audible signal can be adjusted to High,
Medium, or Mute.
CU41 : High = factory Setting
CU42 : Medium
CU43 : Mute
Procedure
3
x2
1 Press the CUSTOM SETTING pad
twice within 2 seconds.
2
2 Enter 3, 2 for Programme Lock
ON.
To Set Cooking Completion Signal Volume
Press the CUSTOM SETTING pad twice within 2 seconds then
enter the numbers
4, 1 for High
4, 2 for Medium
4, 3 for Mute
3 Press the START pad to save the
setting.
Press the START pad to save setting and the STOP/CLEAR
pad to exit from the Custom Setting function.
4 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to
exit from the Custom Setting
function.
NOTE : Even when errors occur, your oven will not beep in
mute setting.
NOTE : If you select Programme Lock OFF, the LOCK
indicator in the display will disappear when you press the
START pad.
5. Cooking Completion Signal Setting
There is a choice of 4 different signals on your oven.
CU51 : 1 long beep = factory setting
CU52 : Repeating long beeps
CU53 : 4 short beeps
CU54 : Repeating short beeps
Operation when Programme Lock ON is set
KEY
Operation
Custom Setting Title
When Programme
Lock ON is Set
1
Selecting Memory
Input Method
no operation
2
Selecting Auto Start
Operation
no operation
3
Programme Lock
Setting
operation
4
Audible Signal Sound
Volume Setting
no operation
5
Cooking Completion
Signal Setting
no operation
6
Memory Check
operation
Counter Check/Clear
check : operation
clear :
no operation
Air Intake Filter
Counter
check, clear :
operation
set : no operation
Selecting Operation
in Case of Magnetron
Failure
no operation
9
x2/x3
Multiplication Factors
for Double/Triple
Quantity
check : operation
set : no operation
Express Defrost
Setting
check : operation
set : no operation
7
8
EXPRESS
DEFROST
To Set the Signal Type
Press the CUSTOM SETTING pad twice within 2 seconds then
enter the numbers
5, 1 for 1 long beep
5, 2 for repeating long beeps
5, 3 for 4 short beeps
5, 4 for repeating short beeps
Press the START pad to save settings and the STOP/CLEAR
pad to exit from the Custom Setting function.
6. Memory Check
Use this setting to check the programming for a certain
memory.
* Suppose you want to know the information programmed
into memory 1, programmed for 4 minutes at 60% for
the 1st stage and 2 minutes at 30% at the 2nd stage
programmed Dual Digit Input.
Procedure
x2
Display
6
1 Press the CUSTOM SETTING
pad twice within 2 seconds and
enter 6.
NO. CHECK
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Procedure
0
1
To Check More than One Counter
Press each pad as indicated below, after the previous usage
is displayed.
Display
NO. CHECK
2 Enter memory number.
(After entering the memory
number, the memory setting
of each content is shown for
1.5 seconds at 0.3 second
intervals until the STOP/
CLEAR pad is pressed.)
NO. CHECK
After about 1 sec.
CHECK
Total each
memory usage
Input memory number.
Total manual
cooking usage
Press the MANUAL/REPEAT
pad.
Total Express
Defrost usage
Press the EXPRESS
DEFROST pad.
* Suppose you want to know total usage and each memory
usage. In this case the oven was used 8268 times and
memory 1 in any Memory Input Method was used 513
times.
CHECK
CHECK
Procedure
CHECK
x2
Display
7
After about 1 sec.
1 Press the CUSTOM
SETTING pad twice within 2
seconds, then enter 7. Total
usage will be displayed.
CHECK
CHECK
CHECK
0
3 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to
exit from the Custom Setting
function.
NO.
1
2 Enter memory
number 1, to check
the total memory
usage of memory 1.
NOTES:
1. If
is displayed at step 2 the memory has not been
CHECK
programmed.
2. Multiple memories can be checked until the STOP/CLEAR
pad is pressed to exit from the Custom Setting function.
3. The way to enter memory numbers depends on the
programmed Memory Input Method.
4. When Express Defrost is set for 30 minutes in the memory,
and
are displayed repeatedly at step 2.
NO.
CHECK
After about 1 sec.
CHECK
NOTES:
1. To exit from Counter Check, press the STOP/CLEAR pad.
2. Each counter will count up to 9999, and then will
automatically reset to 0 and begin counting again.
3. As shown in the above example, multiple counters can
be checked before pressing the STOP/CLEAR pad to
exit.
4. Only Dual Digit Input method can be used when inputting
memory numbers in Counter Check/Clear.
7. Counter Check/Clear
Confirm counters are set to “0” before using oven for the
first time.
Counter Check
Counter Check can be used to check the total number of
times the oven has been used, or the number of times each
pre-programmed memory pad, manual cooking, or Express
Defrost has been used.
Total usage
CHECK
Press the CUSTOM SETTING pad twice
within 2 seconds, then enter 7. Total usage
will be displayed.
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Use Custom Setting function for Air Intake Filter Counter
to change the Air Filter Cycle from 001-999. The factory
setting is 100 hours. When 100 hours is exceeded, the
FILTER indicator in the display will start to flash on and off
as a reminder to clean the air filter, even if in the middle of
cooking. Furthermore “FILt“ flashes on and off in stead of
displaying “ . “ during standby and at the same time FILTER
indicator flashes on and off. Clean air intake filter (see page
21), when the FILTER indicator appears in the display, and
then clear the total usage to reset it to “0” .
To Reset the Counter to “0”
Each counter can be manually reset to “0” by pressing the
START pad after the count is displayed.
* Suppose you want to reset the count for memory number
1 in any Memory Input Method
Procedure
x2
7
After about 1 sec.
1 Press the CUSTOM
SETTING pad twice within
2 seconds, then enter 7.
Total usage will be
displayed.
2 Enter memory
number 1 to check
the total memory
usage of memory 1.
* Suppose you want to know the total usage hours which
has been 99 hours since the last reset.
Procedure
Display
CHECK
x2
0
NO.
8
1
1 Press the CUSTOM SETTING
pad twice within 2 seconds
and enter 8, 1.
CHECK
After about 1 sec.
CHECK
1
NO.
CHECK
After about 1 sec.
2 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to exit
from the Custom Setting function.
CHECK
To Reset the Air Intake Filter Counter
Reset the Air Intake Filter Counter after cleaning the air
intake filter.
3 Press the START pad.
* Suppose you want to reset the Air Filter Counter which
has been 101 hours since the last reset and the Air Filter
Cycle is preset to 100.
CHECK
Procedure
4 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to exit
from the Custom Setting function.
x2
8 1
1 Press the CUSTOM SETTING
pad twice within 2 seconds
and enter 8,1.
NOTES:
1. Only Dual Digit Input method can be used when inputting
memory numbers in Counter Check/Clear.
2. To clear total manual cooking usage, press the MANUAL/
REPEAT pad in Step 2 instead of the number pad.
3. To clear total Express Defrost usage, press the EXPRESS
DEFROST pad in Step 2 instead of the number pad.
4. To clear total usage, skip Step 2.
Display
After about 1 sec.
CHECK
FILTER
2 Press the START pad to
reset the counter to “0”.
8. Air Intake Filter Counter
Use Custom Setting function for Air Intake Filter Counter to
check total usage hours since the Air Intake Filter Counter
was last reset to “0”.
CU81 : The total used air intake filter time appears.
CU82 : The limit time for using a filter can be changed.
3 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to exit
from the Custom Setting function.
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Air Filter Cycle
Air Filter Cycle can be changed from the factory setting of
100 hours to 001-999 hours
10. Multiplication Factors for Double/Triple Quantity
The multiplication factors of the double and triple quantities
for memory cooking are preset to 1.80 and 2.60. You can
check or change the multiplication factors.
* Suppose you want to set the cycle to 250 hours.
Procedure
x2
* Suppose you want to know the multiplication factor for
double quantity with memory 1, and change it to 2.00 in
any Memory Input Method.
Display
8 2
1 Press the CUSTOM SETTING
pad twice within 2 seconds
and enter 8, 2.
Procedure
After about 1 sec.
x2
1 Press the CUSTOM SETTING
pad twice within 2 seconds
and press the DOUBLE/TRIPLE
QUANTITY pad.
2 Press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
5
x2/x3
NO. CHECK
CHECK
2
Display
0
0
NO. CHECK
1
3 Enter desired time.
(Ex : Enter 2, 5, 0 for 250 hours).
2 Enter memory number.
NO. CHECK
After about 1 sec.
CHECK
4 Press the START pad to save settings.
3 Press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
2
5 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to exit from the
Custom Setting function.
0
0
4 Enter desired multiplication.
(Ex : Enter 2, 0, 0 for 2.00.)
9. Selecting Operation in Case of Magnetron Failure
Your oven has 2 magnetrons. In case of single magnetron
failure, the oven can be used until servicing by changing
settings to allow operation under single magnetron only.
However, check food carefully as additional cooking time will
be needed when operating with a single magnetron.
CU91 : Your oven does not work when one magnetron
fails = factory setting
CU92 : Your oven works even if one magnetron fails.
NO. CHECK
5 Press the START pad to save settings.
To Set Magnetron Failure Options
Press the CUSTOM SETTING pad twice within 2 seconds then
enter the numbers
9, 1 to stop operation when one magnetron fails
9, 2 to allow operation of one magnetron only
6 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to exit
from the Custom Setting function.
Press the START pad to save settings and the STOP/CLEAR
pad to exit from the Custom Setting function.
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* Suppose you want to change the Express Defrost set
factory settings to the following:
NOTES:
1. Only Dual Digit Input method can be used when inputting
memory numbers in Multiplication Factors for Double/
Triple Quantity.
2. The multiplication factors can be set from 0.01 to 9.99 for
double quantity and triple quantity.
3. When you want to know the multiplication factor for triple
quantity, press the DOUBLE/TRIPLE QUANTITY twice at
step 1 after pressing the CUSTOM SETTING pad twice.
4. Multiplication Factors for Double/Triple Quantity can be
checked or changed before pressing the STOP/CLEAR pad
to exit for Custom Setting function.
Defrosting Time
STAGE
1
T x A1: (0.20*) + B1: (20*) sec.
STAGE
2
T x A2: (0.13*) + B2: (30*) sec.
STAGE
3
T - STAGE1 - STAGE2
Pause
Timing
See the table for The Pause
Timing below (50*)
T x 0.30 + 10 sec.
50%
STAGE 2
T x 0.15 + 20 sec.
20%
STAGE 3
T - STAGE1 - STAGE2
10%
Pause
Timing
When 70% of total defrosting time has
passed.
Procedure
11. Express Defrost Setting
Express Defrosting uses 3 stages to defrost foods quickly.
The defrosting sequence is preset as follows, but you can
change the setting.
Defrosting Time
Power Level
STAGE 1
Display
x2
1 Press the CUSTOM
SETTING pad twice
within 2 seconds and
press the EXPRESS
DEFROST pad.
(The Express Defrost
setting of each phase is
shown for 1.5 seconds
at 0.3 second intervals
until the MANUAL/
REPEAT pad is pressed.)
Power Level
PL1 (40*) %
PL2 (30*) %
PL3 (20*) %
(STAGE 1)
DEF.
(B2)
CHECK
DEF.
CHECK
(B1)
DEF.
DEF.
CHECK
CHECK
(STAGE 2)
DEF.
Express Defrost is preset to pause during the sequence
when 50% of total defrosting time has passed to check food.
Pause timings can also be adjusted.
CHECK
DEF.
CHECK
(STAGE 3)
(Power Level 1)
T : INPUT TIME (TOTAL COOKING TIME)
* : The numbers in the parentheses are factory settings
and can be adjusted.
DEF.
(Power Level 2)
(A1)
DEF.
CHECK
(Pause Timing)
DEF.
CHECK
(Power Level 3)
CHECK
DEF.
CHECK
(A2)
DEF.
CHECK
Pause Timing
KEY
Display
0
0
No pause.
1
1
After 10% of total cooking time.
2
2
After 20% of total cooking time.
3
3
After 30% of total cooking time.
4
4
After 40% of total cooking time.
5
5
After 50% of total cooking time.
6
6
After 60% of total cooking time.
7
7
After 70% of total cooking time.
8
8
After 80% of total cooking time.
9
9
After 90% of total cooking time.
START
A
After ending of each stage
2 Press the MANUAL/
REPEAT pad and enter
desired multiplication for
A1 at Stage 1.
(Ex: Enter 3,0 for 0.30.)
Pause Timing
DEF.
3
DEF.
0
DEF.
3 Press the MANUAL/REPEAT
pad and enter desired time
for B1 at Stage 1.
(Ex: Enter 1 for 10 seconds.)
4 Press the POWER LEVEL
pad and enter desired
power level for PL1 at
Stage 1.
(Ex: Enter 5 for 50%)
DEF.
1
DEF.
DEF.
5
DEF.
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Procedure
5 Press the MANUAL/
REPEAT pad and enter
desired multiplication
for A2 at Stage 2.
(Ex: Enter 1, 5 for 0.15.)
Saving Memories
Display
* Memory 0 - 9 are programmed as factory settings. See
the table of Programmed Memories and the Memory Input
Method on page 5.
* Memories must be programmed before memory cooking
can be used.
DEF.
1
DEF.
5
Memory banks
Dual Digit: Memory 0-99
Single Digit: Memory 0-9
Repeat Digit Input: Memory 0-29
Max. cooking stages: 4 stages
DEF.
6 Press the MANUAL/
REPEAT pad and enter
desired time for B2 at
Stage 2.
(Ex: Press 2 for
20 seconds.)
7 Press the POWER LEVEL
pad and enter desired
power level for PL2 at
Stage 2.
(Ex: Enter 2 for 20%)
8 Press the MANUAL/
REPEAT pad and enter
the pause timing.
(Ex: Enter 7 for when 70%
of total defrosting time
has passed.)
DEF.
1. Setting time and power level for Single Stage
Single Digit Input
* Suppose you want to set 1 minute at 70% with memory
2.
2
DEF.
Procedure
2
X2
DEF.
NO.
1 Press the SET MEMORY pad
twice within 2 seconds.
DEF.
2
7
DEF.
2 Enter memory number.
9 Press the POWER LEVEL
pad and enter desired
power level for PL3 at
Stage 3.
(Ex: Enter 1 for 10%)
Display
DEF.
NO.
DEF.
1
3 Press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
DEF.
1
0
0
4 Enter cooking time.
10 Press the START pad.
5 Press the POWER LEVEL pad.
11 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to exit from
the Custom Setting function.
7
NOTES:
1. See the table for Microwave Power Level on page 7 and
The Pause Timing on page 14.
2. You can enter minus numbers for B1 and B2 at steps 3
and 6.
In that case,
press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad twice at step 3 or 6
(
is displayed.) and enter desired time for or B1
and B2 at Stage 1 and 2.
Press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad again to enter positive
numbers. (
is displayed.)
6 Enter power level.
7 Press the SET MEMORY pad to
save memory.
NO.
8 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to exit.
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NOTES:
1. Press the SET MEMORY pad twice within 2 seconds.
2. If the cooking time is over the maximum time, the display
will show error code EE9. To clear the error code, press
the STOP/CLEAR pad and re-programme. See Maximum
Cooking Time on page 19.
3. It is not necessary to press the POWER LEVEL pad for
100% in Single Stage.
Dual Digit Input
* Suppose you want to set 4 minutes at 60% with memory
1 and 2 minutes at 30% with memory 2.
Procedure
X2
Repeat Digit Input
* Suppose you want to set 1 minute at 70% with memory
12.
Procedure
Display
NO.
1 Press the SET MEMORY pad
twice within 2 seconds.
Display
0
1
NO.
2 Enter memory number.
X2
NO.
1 Press the SET MEMORY pad
twice within 2 sec.
3 Press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
2
2
2 Enter memory number.
4
NO.
0
0
4 Enter cooking time for memory 1.
3 Press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
5 Press the POWER LEVEL pad.
1
0
0
6
4 Enter cooking time.
6 Enter power level for memory 1.
5 Press the POWER LEVEL pad.
NO.
7 Press the SET MEMORY pad to
save memory 1.
7
6 Enter power level.
0
2
8 Enter memory number.
NO.
NO.
7 Press the SET MEMORY pad.
9 Press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
8 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to exit.
2
NOTES:
1. Press the SET MEMORY pad twice within 2 seconds.
2. If the programmed cooking time is over the maximum
time, the display will show error code EE9. To clear
the error code, press the STOP/CLEAR pad and
re-programme. See Maximum Cooking Time on page
19.
3. It is not necessary to press the POWER LEVEL pad for
100% in Single Stage.
0
0
10 Enter cooking time for memory 2.
11 Press the POWER LEVEL pad.
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Procedure
Display
Procedure
3
Display
6
12 Enter power level for memory 2.
6 Enter power level for 1st stage.
NO.
7 Press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
13 Press the SET MEMORY pad to
save memory 2.
2
0
0
8 Enter cooking time for 2nd stage.
14 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to exit.
NOTES:
1. Press the SET MEMORY pad twice within 2 seconds.
2. If the programmed cooking time is over the maximum
time, the display will show error code EE9. To clear the
error code, press the STOP/CLEAR pad and re-programme.
See Maximum Cooking Time on page 19.
3. It is not necessary to press the POWER LEVEL pad for
100% in Single Stage.
9 Press the POWER LEVEL pad.
3
10 Enter power level for 2nd stage.
2. Programming Multi Stage Cooking
* Suppose you want to set 4 minutes at 60% for the 1st stage
and 2 minutes at 30% for the 2nd stage with memory 2
using of Dual Digit Input.
Procedure
NO.
11 Press the SET MEMORY pad to
save memory.
Display
X2
NO.
12 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to exit.
1 Press the SET MEMORY pad
twice within 2 seconds.
0
NOTES:
1. Press the SET MEMORY pad twice within 2 seconds.
2. If the programmed cooking time is over the maximum
time, the display will show error code EE9. To clear the
error code, press the STOP/CLEAR pad and re-programme.
See Maximum Cooking Time on page 19.
3. It is not necessary to press the POWER LEVEL pad for
100% in the last stage in Multi Stage Cooking.
2
NO.
2 Enter the memory number.
3 Press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad.
4
0
0
4 Enter cooking time for 1st stage.
5 Press the POWER LEVEL pad.
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* Suppose you want to set the Total Cooking Time of Express
Defrost to 30 minutes with memory 2 using Single Digit
Input.
3. Setting Total Cooking Time of Express Defrost
* Suppose you want to set the total cooking time of Express
Defrost to 30 minutes with memory 2 using Dual Digit
Input.
Procedure
Procedure
X2
X2
NO.
1 Press the SET MEMORY pad
twice within 2 seconds.
NO.
1 Press the SET MEMORY pad
twice within 2 seconds.
0
2
2
2 Enter memory number.
NO.
2 Enter memory number.
DEF.
0
0
0
4 Enter cooking time.
NO.
NOTES:
1. Follow steps 3-6 on the left side of page 18 to complete.
2. Press the SET MEMORY pad twice within 2 seconds.
3. If the programmed cooking time is over the maximum
time, the display will show error code EE9. To clear the
error code, press the STOP/CLEAR pad and re-programme.
See Maximum Cooking Time on page 19.
4. Refer to NOTE for Express Defrost on page 8.
3 Press the EXPRESS DEFROST pad.
3
Display
Display
* Suppose you want to set the Total Cooking Time of Express
Defrost to 30 minutes with memory 12 using Repeat Digit
Input.
DEF.
Procedure
Display
NO.
X2
5 Press the SET MEMORY pad.
NO.
1 Press the SET MEMORY pad
twice within 2 seconds.
6 Press the STOP/CLEAR pad.
2
NOTES:
1. Press the SET MEMORY pad twice within 2 seconds.
2. If the programmed cooking time is over the maximum
time, the display will show error code EE9. To clear the
error code, press the STOP/CLEAR pad and re-programme.
See Maximum Cooking Time on page 19.
3. Refer to NOTE for Express Defrost on page 8.
2
2 Enter memory number.
NO.
NOTES:
1. Follow steps 3-6 on the left side of page 18 to complete.
2. Press the SET MEMORY pad twice within 2 seconds.
3. If the programmed cooking time is over the maximum
time, the display will show error code EE9. To clear the
error code, press the STOP/CLEAR pad and re-programme.
See Maximum Cooking Time on page 19.
4. Refer to NOTE for Express Defrost on page 8.
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Maximum Cooking Time
1. 100%~60% power level : the total cooking time of all cooking stages is maximum 60 minutes.
2. 50%~10% power level : the total cooking time of all cooking stages is maximum 120 minutes.
3. Multi Stage Cooking : the Maximum Cooking Time is limited by the following calculation. Each stage has 100~60% power
level or 50~10% power level.
Maximum Cooking Time Calculation
Total Cooking Time of
100~60% Power Level
Total Cooking Time of
+ 50~10% Power Level
60 minutes
2
* Suppose you want to cook 5 minutes at 100% for 1st stage, 15 minutes at 80% for 2nd stage, 40 minutes at 30% for
3rd stage and 20 minutes at 10% for 4th stage. In this case actual Cooking Time is 80 minutes, and the calculated
time is 50 minutes, see the calculation below.
[5min + 15min] + [(40min + 20min)/2] 60 min.
4. 0% power level : maximum 99 minutes and 99 seconds can be input at one stage (max. 4 stages).
5. Express Defrost : the maximum defrosting time is 90 minutes. See Maximum Cooking Time Calculation above.
OTHER CONVENIENT FEATURES
Demonstration Mode
Monitor
To demonstrate, press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad, 0 and
then press the START pad and hold for 3 seconds. Cooking
operations can now be demonstrated with no power in the
oven. The timer will count down rapidly.
To cancel, press the MANUAL/REPEAT pad, then 0 and the
STOP/CLEAR pad or unplug your oven.
To set cooking during the Demonstration mode, press the
MANUAL/REPEAT pad and enter time and press the START
pad. After cooking, press the STOP/CLEAR pad to show
Demonstration again.
When you set Demonstration mode, your oven will not shut
down automatically even if you do not operate the oven for
3 minutes or more.
Monitor function is used to check the power level during
cooking.
To check the power level, press the POWER LEVEL pad and
the power level will be displayed. As long as the POWER
LEVEL pad is pressed, the power level is displayed. When
the POWER LEVEL pad is released, the display will return to
the previous display.
Error Mode
Should any of the error indicators appear in the display, follow the instructions:
EE Mode
Reason
Action Required
Failure of single magnetron
Call for service.★
EE3
Both magnetrons failed
Call for service.
EE4
Voltage too high
Call for service.
EE5
Voltage too low
Call for service.
EE7
Oven cavity or component
temperature too high
It may be caused by poor air circulation. Please, ensure that there is sufficient
clearance around the oven (see Installation Instructions on page 3) and that
air intake openings are not blocked. Correct the situation if necessary, wait
a few minutes and try again. If problem persists, call for service.
EE8
Circuit failure
Call for service.
EE9
Maximum cooking time is
exceeded.
Check the NOTE for Cooking Double/Triple Quantity with Memory on page
6, NOTE 2 for Single Stage Cooking on page 7, or NOTE 2 for Multi Stage
Cooking on page 8 in the Operation Manual.
Press the STOP/CLEAR pad, and re-input by reducing total cooking time
or power levels.
EE0
Cooling fan motor or other motor
failure. Splash cover is not installed
properly.
Cooling fan motor and other motors: Call for service.
Splash cover: Check that Splash cover is properly installed (See page 21).
If problem persists, call for service.
EE1, EE2
★ EE1 and EE2 : In case of single magnetron failure, oven can be used until servicing by changing Custom Setting, settings
to allow operation under single magnetron only (see page 13). However, check food carefully as additional
cooking time will be needed when operating with a single magnetron.
Press the STOP/CLEAR pad to clear the error indicator. Any time an error code appears, check the reason and be sure to call
for service except EE7 and EE9. As for EE7, follow Action Required and if EE7 is still displayed, be sure to call for service.
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Maintenance Mode
Should any of the following maintenance indicators (CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4) appear in the display, please contact your Sharp
Approved Service Centre for service.
CARE AND CLEANING
CLEAN THE OVEN AT REGULAR INTERVALS
IMPORTANT
• The oven should be cleaned regularly and any food deposits removed.
• DO NOT OPERATE the oven without the splash cover in place.
• DO NOT REMOVE the splash cover UNLESS THE POWER CORD IS REMOVED FROM THE OUTLET because the rotary
antenna, which is located on the ceiling, operates for 1 minute after the door is opened and injury could occur.
• DO NOT REMOVE the antenna cover. It is not designed to be removable.
• Do not use commercial oven cleaners, abrasive or harsh cleaners or scouring pads on any part of your microwave
oven.
• Do not sprinkle water onto the oven directly. It may cause electric shock, leakage of electricity or damage of the oven.
• Failure to maintain the oven in a clean condition could lead to deterioration of the surface that could adversely affect
the life of the appliance and possibly result in a hazardous situation.
Exterior:
The outside may be cleaned with mild soap and warm water, wipe clean with a damp cloth.
NOTE: Please ensure the oven is not splashed with excessive water at all times as it could lead to an electrical failure.
Door:
Wipe the door and window on both sides, the door seals and adjacent parts frequently with a damp cloth to remove any spills
or spatters. Always keep the door seals and seal surfaces clean so that any grease, spills or spatters are not allowed to build
up. Build-up could result in leakage of microwave energy from the oven.
Touch Control Panel:
Care should be taken in cleaning the touch control panel. Open the oven door before cleaning to inactivate the control panel.
Wipe the panel with a cloth dampened slightly with water only.
Do not scrub or use any sort of chemical cleaners. Avoid the use of excess water.
Interior Walls:
To clean the interior surfaces, wipe with a soft cloth and warm water at the end of each day for hygienic reasons. DO NOT
USE A COMMERCIAL OVEN CLEANER, ABRASIVE OR HARSH CLEANERS AND SCOURING PADS ON ANY PART OF YOUR
MICROWAVE OVEN. NEVER SPRAY OVEN CLEANERS DIRECTLY ONTO ANY PART OF YOUR OVEN.
Avoid using excess water. After cleaning the oven, ensure any water is removed with a soft cloth.
For heavier soil, use mild soap; rinse thoroughly with hot water. Make sure that mild soap or water does not penetrate through
the small vents in the walls which may cause damage to the oven.
Ceramic Shelf:
The ceramic shelf should be kept clean at all times. If you leave grease or fat in the cavity, it may overheat, smoke or even
catch fire when next using the oven. Minor spills may be wiped with a damp cloth. Operating the unit with excessive buildup
may result in cracking or breakage of the ceramic shelf. Do not operate the unit with a cracked or broken ceramic shelf.
DO NOT REMOVE THE CERAMIC SHELF FROM OVEN.
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Splash Cover:
AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK, REMOVE THE SPLASH COVER AND WASH BOTH SIDES OF IT IN A MILD DETERGENT SOLUTION. A
BUILD UP OF GREASE MAY OVERHEAT AND BEGIN TO SMOKE AND MAY BURN THE SPLASH COVER. THE SPLASH COVER IS
LOCATED IN THE TOP OF THE OVEN AND MAY EASILY BE REMOVED. REMEMBER TO UNPLUG THE POWER CORD. INSTALL
THE SPLASH COVER PROPERLY. OPERATING THE OVEN WITH AN INCORRECTLY INSTALLED SPLASH COVER MAY DAMAGE
THE COMPONENTS IN THE OVEN CAVITY AND SHORTEN THE EXPECTED LIFE SPAN OF YOUR OVEN.
SPLASH COVER (Frame + Cover)
Remove the splash cover as shown in Fig. 2 and separate the frame from the cover.
How to Remove the Splash Cover
Remember to unplug the power cord. Turn the 2 tabs holding the oven ceiling cover to the oven cavity ceiling as shown in
Fig. 2, then gently pull the cover downwards to separate from the oven cavity ceiling. Then separate the cover from the frame.
It is held in place by 4 catches.
COVER:
Wipe any grease, spills or spatters on the oven ceiling cover with a soft cloth dampened with a mild detergent solution.
Don’t soak the splash cover in detergent or wash it.
FRAME:
Wipe any grease, spills or spatters on the frame with a soft cloth dampened with a mild detergent solution. Scrape hardened
spills or spatters with a plastic spatula. Don’t use metallic brushes or sharp-edged tools, as scratches on the frame may
cause the frame to warp or break during heating. To remove hardened spills or spatters, soak the frame in a mild detergent
solution for a short period of time. Don’t use detergent with orange oil, as the frame may melt.
How to Install the Splash Cover
Remember to unplug the power cord. Replace the cover in the frame. Insert projection A (2) into the 2 holes in the rear cavity wall
and then insert projection B (2) into the 2 holes in the oven cavity ceiling as shown in Fig. 2. Then slide the tabs in place.
ANTENNA COVER
If antenna cover has grease, spills or spatters, wipe antenna cover with a soft cloth dampened with a mild detergent solution.
Don’t use metallic brushes or sharp-edged tools, as scratches on the antenna cover may cause the cover to warp or break
during heating.
Splash Cover
Tab
Projection A
Tab
Splash Cover
Hole
Antenna Cover
Ceramic Shelf
Fig.1
Hole
Pin
Screw
Hole
Frame
Air intake filter
Fig.2
Projection B
Projection A
Catch
Cover
Catch
Fig.3 Splash Cover
Keep the air intake filter clean. Clean the air intake filter once every two weeks. (equivalent to 100 hours usage) or more often
for heavy use. See Custom Setting 8 Air Intake Filter Counter on page 12. Loosen the screw holding the air intake filter to the
oven and move the air intake filter to the left a little bit to remove the air intake filter from the pin.
Wash the air intake filter in mild soapy water, rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
After cleaning re-install the air intake filter.
The screw can be loosened and tightened either by hand or by using a coin.
DO NOT OPERATE THE OVEN WITHOUT THE AIR INTAKE FILTER IN PLACE.
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SERVICE CALL CHECK
Please check the following before calling for service:
1. When the door is opened, does the oven lamp come on?
YES ________ NO _________
2. Place one cup of water (approx. 250 ml) in a glass measure in the oven and close the door securely.
Programme the oven for 30 seconds at 100%.
→
→
A. Does the oven lamp light up during cooking?
B. Does the “ON” indicator come on?
C. At the end of 30 seconds, is the water hot?
YES ________ NO ________
YES ________ NO ________
YES ________ NO ________
If “NO” is the answer to any of the above questions, please check your wall socket and the fuse in your meter box.
If both the wall socket and the fuse are functioning properly, CONTACT YOUR NEAREST SERVICE CENTRE APPROVED BY
SHARP.
INPORTANT:
If the display shows nothing even if the power supply plug is properly connected, the oven may have shut down
automatically.
Open the oven door to operate the oven. See Before Operation on page 5.
NOTE:
If time in the display is counting down very rapidly, check Demonstration Mode on page 19.
SPECIFICATIONS
AC Line Voltage:
AC Power Required:
Output Power:
Microwave Frequency:
Outside Dimensions:
Depth with the door open:
Cooking Uniformity:
Weight:
Single phase 230-240 V, 50 Hz
2.8 kW
1900 W *(IEC test procedure)
2450 MHz **(Class B/Group2)
445mm(W) x 346mm(H) x 573mm(D) (Single)
445(W) x 692(H) x 573(D) (Two ovens stacked)
932 mm
Rotary antenna system
Approx. 33.5 kg
* When tested in accordance with AS/NZS 2895.1:2007
** This is the classification of ISM(Industrial, Scientific and Medical) equipment described in the International Standard
CISPR 11.
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HELPFUL HINTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
THE ARRANGEMENT
Arrange foods carefully. Place thickest areas toward outside of
dish.
TURNING
Foods such as poultry and joints of meat should be turned over
after half the cooking time.
COVERING
Cover foods in the microwave if you would normally cover the
food in your ordinary oven, or to retain moisture. Cover foods
such as vegetables, casseroles, or when Reheating.
PIERCING
Pierce potatoes, eggs, tomatoes or any foods with a skin or
membrane to allow steam to escape.
SHIELDING
Shield using small pieces of aluminium foil to shield thin
areas of meat, fish and poultry or edges of cakes to prevent
overcooking.
STANDING TIME
Standing time is important. After cooking or defrosting ensure
adequate standing time. This allows the food to continue cooking
or heating.
STIRRING
Stir foods from the outside to the centre of the dish, once or
twice during cooking if possible. Eg. casseroles and sauces.
SIZE
Small pieces cook faster than large ones. To speed cooking, cut
pieces smaller than 5 cm so microwaves can penetrate to the
centre from all sides. For even cooking, make all the pieces the
same size.
9.
DENSITY
The depth to which microwaves penetrate food varies depending
on the food’s density. Porous foods like minced beef or mashed
potatoes microwave faster than dense ones like steak or whole
potatoes
10. FAT AND BONE
Marbling within meat, or a thin, even layer of fat on a roast,
speeds cooking. Large fatty areas or excess drippings in dish
attract energy away from meat, and slows cooking. Centre bones
do not affect cooking, but bone on the side of meat conducts heat
to the areas next to it.
11. STARTING TEMPERATURE
Frozen or refrigerated foods take longer to heat than food at room
temperature. Cooking times in this book are based on normal
storage temperatures. Since rooms, refrigerators and freezers
differ in temperature, check cooking result at the minimum
time.
12. QUANTITY
Microwave cooking times are directly related to the amount of
food in the oven. Because energy is absorbed by the food itself,
one potato or a single piece of chicken cooks rapidly. When the
energy is divided among several items, cooking takes more
time.
13. CONDENSATION
Condensation is a normal part of microwave cooking. The
humidity and moisture in food will influence the amount of
condensation in the oven. Generally, covered foods will not
cause as much condensation as uncovered foods. Ensure that
the ventilation openings are not blocked.
COOKWARE AND UTENSIL GUIDE
Utensil
Use
Advice
GLASSWARE/
CERAMIC
(HEAT RESISTANT)
YES
GLASSWARE
• Ordinary glass is not suitable for cooking but may be used for short periods for heating
foods.
CERAMIC
• Most ovenproof china, and ceramics, are suited.
• Avoid dishes that are decorated with gold or silver leaf.
• Avoid using antique pottery.
• If unsure, check with the manufacturer.
METAL COOKWARE
NO
•
•
Metal cookware should be avoided when cooking in the microwave oven.
Microwave energy is reflected by metal.
PLASTIC WRAP
OVEN BAGS
YES
•
•
•
•
Plastic wrap can be used to cover food.
Some shrinkage of the wrap may occur, over an extended cooking time.
When removing wrap, lift it in such a way to avoid steam burns.
Do not tie oven bags with metal twist ties, substitute with string.
FOR
SHIELDING
•
Small amounts may be used to shield certain parts of meat and fish when cooking or
defrosting.
Remove food in foil trays, if possible, and place in a microwave safe dish.
If not possible, place the foil tray onto a heat proof plate allowing 2.5 cm room between
the walls of the oven.
ALUMINIUM FOIL
•
•
STRAW AND WOOD
NO
•
Excessive over heating of these materials may cause a fire in the microwave oven.
PAPER
YES
•
•
Paper towels and waxed paper are suitable to use to prevent splatters.
Ideal for low heat cooking, such as reheating or very short cooking times and for foods
with low fat, sugar or water content.
Pay special attention as over-heating may cause a fire in your oven.
PLASTIC COOKWARE
MICROWAVE SAFE
YES
•
Ideal for cooking, reheating and defrosting.
THERMOMETERS
•MICROWAVE SAFE
•CONVENTIONAL
YES
NO
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CHARTS
Defrosting Chart
FOOD
DEFROSTING TIME
MICROWAVE
POWER LEVEL
METHOD
Beef, Lamb
& Pork Joints
(uncooked)
8 min.
/500g
10%
Whole Poultry
(uncooked)
6-7 min.
/500g
10%
Minced Beef
(uncooked)
2-4 min.
/500g
30%
1. Place on a plate or in a flan dish.
2. Turn over 2-3 times during defrosting, removing defrosted
mince each time.
3. After defrosting, cover any frozen mince remaining with
aluminium foil for 15-20 minutes or until thoroughly
defrosted.
10%
1. Place on a large plate, in a single layer if possible.
2. Turn over 2-3 times during defrosting and separate if
necessary.
3. After defrosting, cover with aluminium foil and leave to stand
for 15-20 minutes or until thoroughly defrosted.
5-6 min.
/500g
10%
1. Place on a plate.
2. Separate and re-arrange 3-4 times during defrosting.
3. After defrosting, cover with aluminium foil and leave to stand
for 5-10 minutes or until thoroughly defrosted.
1-2 min.
for 8 rolls, 375g
Total weight
10%
1. Place on a large plate.
2. Turn over and re-arrange halfway through defrosting.
3. After defrosting, cover with foil and leave to stand for
15-30 minutes or until thoroughly defrosted.
Quiche
(cooked)
6-7 min.
/500g
10%
1. Place on a large plate.
2. After defrosting, cover with foil and leave to stand for
15-30 minutes or until thoroughly defrosted.
Meat Pie
(cooked)
4 min.
/500g
10%
As above.
Fruit Pie/
Crumble
(cooked)
4-5 mins
/500g
10%
As above.
Bread Sliced
2-3 min.
/800g loaf
30%
1. Arrange and separate slices on the turntable.
2. Turn over, separate and re-arrange twice during defrosting.
Remove defrosted slices each time.
3. After defrosting, cover with foil for 5-10 minutes or until
thoroughly defrosted.
Bread Buns
1-2 min.
for 6 buns
10%
1. Place on turntable.
2. Turn over & re-arrange halfway through defrosting.
3. After defrosting, cover with foil and leave to stand for
10-15 minutes or until thoroughly defrosted.
Sausages
(uncooked)
Thick
Thin
Bacon
(uncooked)
Sausage Rolls
Large (cooked)
5-6 min.
3-4 min.
/500g
1. Place on a large plate.
2. Turn over 4-5 times during defrosting.
NOTE: If necessary, small pieces of aluminium foil can be
used to shield small areas of meat which may become warm
during defrosting.
3. After defrosting, wrap in foil and leave to stand for 1-2 hours
or until thoroughly defrosted.
As above.
NOTES:
• Prior to defrosting, food is frozen approx. -18°C.
• If it is necessary to shield small areas of food, use small pieces of foil.
• Only use food which is thoroughly defrosted, use a professional food thermometer to ensure acceptable temperatures have
been achieved throughout.
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Cooking Chart
FOOD
COOKING TIME
MICROWAVE
POWER LEVEL
METHOD
Beef: Medium
(Topside,
Silverside)
Chilled (5°C)
6-7 min.
/500g
70%
Lamb, medium
(fillet, shoulder,
leg)
Chilled (5°C)
6-7 min.
/500g
70%
As above.
Pork (loin, leg)
Chilled (5°C)
7-8 min.
/500g
70%
As above.
Poultry (whole)
(max.3.5kg (8lb)
Chilled (5°C)
4-5 min.
/500g
70%
1. Place breast side down in a flan dish.
2. Turn over halfway through cooking and remove juice.
3. After cooking, wrap in foil and leave to stand for 10 minutes
before serving.
70%
1. Place best side down in a single layer in a flan dish.
2. Turn over halfway through cooking & remove juice.
3. After cooking, wrap in foil and leave to stand for 5 minutes
before serving.
Chicken Portions
Legs
Breast
Chilled (5°C)
1. Place fat side down in a flan dish.
2. Turn over halfway through cooking and remove juice.
3. After cooking, wrap in foil and leave to stand for 8 minutes
before serving.
4-5 min.
6-7 min.
/500g
Minced Beef
Chilled (5°C)
4 min.
/500g
70%
1. Place in a large bowl.
2. Stir 2-3 times during cooking.
3. After cooking cover bowl with foil and leave to stand for
2-3 minutes before serving.
Bacon
Chilled (5°C)
2 min.
for 5 rashers
100%
1. Place in a single layer on a large plate.
2. Turn over halfway through cooking.
3. Leave to stand for 1 minute before serving.
2 min.
for 4 burgers/500g
100%
As above
100%
As above
Burgers (Thick)
Chilled (5°C)
Sausages
(thick)
Chilled (50°C)
(thin)
Chilled (50°C)
3 min.
for 6 sausages
3 min.
for 8 sausages
Fish Fillet/
Steaks
Chilled (5°C)
3 min.
/500g
100%
1. Place in a single layer in a large flan dish, cover with
microwave cling film and pierce in 4-5 places.
2. Leave to stand for 2-3 minutes before serving.
Trout
(whole)
Chilled (5°C)
3 min.
/500g
70%
Rice/Pasta
Room (20°C)
7-8 min.
for 230g (one cup)
70%
1. Place Rice/Pasta in a 2.5 litre microwave safe glass
bowl.
2. Add three times the volume of boiling water to quantity
of rice. Do not cover.
3. Stir 3 times during cooking.
4. Stand for 2-3 minutes before rinsing in boiling water and
serving.
Jacket
Potatoes
Room (20°C)
4-5 min.
for 2 potatoes
100%
1. Pierce each potato in several places.
2. Put directly on the oven ceramic shelf.
3. Stand for 3-4 minutes before serving.
As above
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Cooking Chart
FOOD
COOKING TIME
Corn on the Cob
Fresh (20°C)
Frozen (-18°C)
2-3 min. for 2 cobs
4-5 min. for 2 cobs
Beans (green)
Fresh (20°C)
Frozen (-18°C)
2 min. for 225g
2-3 min. for 225g
Broccoli
Fresh (20°C)
Frozen (-18°C)
2 min. for 225g
3 min. for 225g
Carrots (sliced)
Fresh (20°C)
Frozen (-18°C)
2 min. for 225g
3 min. for 225g
Carrots
(baby, whole)
Fresh (20°C)
Frozen (-18°C)
2 min. for 225g
3 min. for 225g
Cauliflower
Fresh (20°C)
Frozen (-18°C)
2 min. for 225g
3 min. for 225g
Peas
Fresh (20°C)
Frozen (-18°C)
1-2 min. for 225g
2-3 min. for 225g
New potatoes
Room (20°C)
MICROWAVE
POWER LEVEL
METHOD
100%
1.
2.
3.
4.
Place in a dish, add 60ml (4tbsp) water.
Cover with microwave cling film pierce in 4-5 places.
Turn over halfway through cooking.
Stand for 1-2 minutes before serving.
100%
1.
2.
3.
4.
Place in a dish, add 30ml (2tbsp) water.
Cover with microwave cling film and pierce in 4-5 places.
Stir halfway through cooking.
Stand for 1-2 minutes before serving.
100%
As above
100%
As above
100%
As above
100%
As above
100%
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 min.
for 500g
100%
1. Place in a large dish, add 60ml (4tbsp) water.
2. Cover dish with microwave cling film and pierce in
4-5 places.
3. Stir halfway through cooking.
4. Leave to stand for 1-2 minutes before serving.
Mushrooms
(fresh)
Room (20°C)
1 min.
for 225g
70%
1. Chop or leave whole as desired.
2. Place in dish, cover with microwave cling film and pierce
in 4-5 places.
3. Stir halfway through cooking.
Tomatoes
(fresh)
Room (20°C)
1 min
for 225g
70%
1. Slice or quarter as desired.
NOTE: If you wish to leave whole, pierce in several places.
2. Place in a dish or on a plate, cover with microwave cling
film and pierce in 4-5 places.
3. Leave to stand for 1-2 minutes before serving.
2 mins
100%
1. Place 6 large eggs, 150ml milk, 15g butter, salt and pepper
in a bowl and beat thoroughly until smooth.
2. Beat 3 times during cooking until desirably set.
3. Leave to stand for 30 seconds before serving.
Scrambled Egg
Chilled (5°C)
Place in a dish, add 30ml (2tbsp) water.
Cover with microwave cling film and pierce in 4-5 places.
Stir halfway through cooking.
Leave to stand for 1-2 minutes before serving.
NOTES:
• Only serve food which is thoroughly cooked, use a professional food thermometer to ensure acceptable temperatures have
been reached throughout.
• When cooking joints of meat small pieces of aluminium foil can be used to shield small areas of meat if they start to
overcook.
• During standing time food should be covered. If covered during cooking, leave covered. If cooked uncovered, cover with foil.
• The cooking times given above are provided as a guide only. Cooking times will vary according to food weight, quality and
initial temperature. Please ensure that food is thoroughly cooked before serving.
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Reheating Chart
FOOD
METHOD
REHEATING
TIME ON
100%
TEMP
QUANTITY
Porridge
Chilled
125g
Place in a bowl, uncovered
35 sec.
Scrambled Egg
Chilled
125g
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec.
Scrambled Egg
with bacon or
sausage
Chilled
175g
As above
50 sec.
Bacon
Chilled
4 rashers
As above
25 sec.
Sausages - thick
Sausages-thin
Chilled
Chilled
4
8
As above
As above
35 sec.
35 sec.
Smoked
Haddock
Chilled
175g
As above
45 sec.
Mushrooms
Chilled
100g
Place in a bowl, uncovered
15 sec.
Fresh
Tomatoes
Chilled
100g
As above
15 sec.
BREAKFAST
HOT SANDWICHES
Chickenburger
Chilled
135g
Place on a plate, uncovered
35 sec.
Hamburger
Chilled
125g
Place on a plate, uncovered
35 sec.
Cheeseburger
Chilled
175g
As above
35 sec.
Hot Dog
Chilled
175g
As above
35 sec.
Bacon
Chilled
175g
As above
35 sec.
Sausage
Chilled
225g
As above
50 sec.
Beef
Chilled
175g
As above
35 sec.
PREPARED DISHES
Lasagne
Chilled
300g
1. Place on a plate, cover with cling film
2. Stand covered for 2-3 minutes
2 min. 15 sec.
Chilli con Carne
& Rice
Chilled
325g
As above
2 min.
Curry & Rice
Chilled
300g
As above
2 min.
Shepherds Pie
Chilled
300g
As above
1 min. 15 sec.
Stew &
Dumplings
Chilled
400g
As above
2 min. 30 sec.
Bangers &
Mash
Chilled
325g
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
1 min. 15 sec.
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Reheating Chart
FOOD
TEMP
QUANTITY
METHOD
REHEATING
TIME ON
100%
PREPARED DISHES
Duck à l’orange
Chilled
540g
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
3 min. 15 sec.
Spaghetti
Bolognese
Chilled
300g
As above
1 min. 15 sec.
Chicken in a
sauce
Chilled
300g
As above
2 min. 30 sec.
Beef Stroganoff
& Rice
Chilled
375g
As above
2 min. 30 sec.
BBQ Ribs
Chilled
375g
As above
2 min.
Rice/Pasta
Chilled
225g
As above
45 sec.
SAVOURY BREAD AND PASTRY
Dinner Roll(s)
Chilled
1
2
Place on the turntable, uncovered
As above
5 sec.
10 sec.
Croissant(s)
Chilled
1
2
As above
As above
4 sec.
6 sec.
Garlic Bread
Chilled
250g
As above
20 sec.
Pizza Slice
Chilled
Frozen
125g
100g
Place on a plate, uncovered
As above
25 sec.
50 sec
Pizza - small
Chilled
Frozen
75g
100g
As above
As above
15 sec.
20 sec.
Pizza - large
Chilled
Frozen
400g
400g
As above
As above
1 min.
2 min.
Meat Pie - small
Chilled
125g
1. Place on a plate, uncovered
2. Stand for 2-3 minutes
30 sec.
Meat Pie - large
Chilled
450g
1. Place on a plate, uncovered
2. Stand for 3-4 minutes
1 min. 10 sec.
Quiche - slice
Chilled
125g
1. Place on a plate, uncovered
2. Stand for 2-3 minutes
30 sec.
Quiche - whole
Chilled
540g
1. Place on a plate, uncovered
2. Stand for 3-4 minutes
1 min. 30 sec.
Cornish Pastie(s)
(175g) each
Chilled
1
2
Place on a plate, uncovered
As above
35 sec.
1 min. 10 sec.
Sausage Roll(s)
75g each
Chilled
1
2
Place on a plate, uncovered
As above
15 sec.
25 sec.
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Reheating Chart
FOOD
TEMP
QUANTITY
METHOD
REHEATING
TIME ON
100%
CANNED FOODS
Baked Beans
Room
420g
Place in a bowl, cover with cling film,
stir halfway through cooking
1 min. 30 sec.
Soup - thick/thin
Room
420g
As above
1 min. 50 sec.
Hot Dogs
Room
425g
Place in a bowl, cover with cling film
1 min. 45 sec.
Peas
Room
420g
Place in a bowl, cover with cling film,
stir halfway through cooking
2 min. 10 sec.
Sweetcorn
Room
420g
As above
1 min. 30 sec.
Carrots - whole,
sliced
Room
420g
As above
2 min. 30 sec.
Tomatoes
Room
400g
As above
2 min. 30 sec.
Asparagus
Room
425g
As above
1 min. 50 sec.
Green Beans
Room
410g
Place in a bowl, cover with cling film,
stir halfway through cooking
2 min. 30 sec.
FRESH VEGETABLES
Green Beans
Chilled
125g
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec.
Broccoli
Chilled
125g
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec.
Carrots - sliced
Chilled
125g
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec.
Cauliflower
Chilled
125g
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec.
Corn on the Cob
Chilled
200g
Place on a plate, uncovered
1 min. 10 sec.
Peas
Chilled
100g
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec.
Jacket
Potatoes
Chilled
250g
Place on the turntable, uncovered
1 min.
New Potatoes
Chilled
225g
Place on a plate, uncovered
1 min.
Brussels
Sprouts
Chilled
225g
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec.
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Reheating Chart
FOOD
TEMP
QUANTITY
METHOD
REHEATING
TIME ON
100%
MEAT PORTIONS
Chicken Portions
Leg
Breast
Chilled
Chilled
1 (300g)
1 (400g)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
1 min.
1 min. 30 sec.
Lamb Chops
Chilled
3 (225g)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
1 min. 30 sec.
Pork Chop
Chilled
1 (125g)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
50 sec.
Sliced Meat
with Gravy
Chilled
1 (225g)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
1 min. 30 sec.
Trout
Chilled
1 (200g)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
1 min.
Salmon Steak
Chilled
1 (200g)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
1 min.
SWEET PORTIONS
Fruit Crumble
Chilled
175g
Place in a bowl, uncovered
35 sec.
Fruit Crumble
with custard
Chilled
275g
Place in a bowl, uncovered
1 min.
Fruit Pie
Chilled
175g
Place in a bowl, uncovered
35 sec.
Fruit Pie with
Custard
Chilled
275g
Place in a bowl, uncovered
50 sec.
Sponge
Pudding
Chilled
125g
Place in a bowl, uncovered
20 sec.
Sponge
Pudding with
Custard
Chilled
225g
Place in a bowl, uncovered
45 sec.
Suet Pudding
Chilled
175g
Place in a bowl, uncovered
20 sec.
Suet Pudding
with Custard
Chilled
275g
Place in a bowl, uncovered
45 sec.
Chocolate
Fudge Cake
Chilled
125g
Place on a plate, uncovered
15 sec.
NOTES:
• Only serve food which is thoroughly reheated, use a professional food thermometer to ensure acceptable temperatures
have been reached throughout.
• Temperatures refered to in this chart are: Room, approx. 20°C, Chilled, approx. 5°C, and Frozen, approx. -18°C
• During standing time (where recommended) food should be covered. If covered during reheating, leave covered. If reheated
uncovered, cover with foil.
• The reheating times given above are provided as a guide only. Reheating times will vary according to food weight, quality
and initial temperature. Please ensure that food is thoroughly reheated before serving.
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Consumer Electronic Products
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This Sharp product is warranted against faults in material and manufacture for the
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If service is required during the warranty period, please contact your nearest Sharp
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not attributable to faulty parts or the manufacture of the product, including but not
limited to, defect or injury caused by or resulting from misuse, abuse, neglect, lack of
maintenance, accidental damage, improper voltage, liquid spillage, vermin infestation,
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