Whirlpool 8400 Series Use & care guide

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Parts und Features
Before You Install
Your Microwave
Oven
Before You Use Your
Microwave
Oven
Precautions
to Avoid Possible
Exposure to Excessive
Microwave
Energy
Important
Safety Instructions
Using Your Microwave
Oven
Mic eowave icivtxi Controls
Sethrig the Cor;trols
Cot r( Power Chart
Defr.xtlng
In Your Microwave
Oven
Cocllclng with the Temperature
Probe
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Operating
Safety Precautions.
Installation
Instructions
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Grounding
Instructions.
Building in Your Microwave
Oven
Caring for Your Microwave
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Cleaning
the Microwave
Oven
Replacing
the Light Bulb
How Your Microwave
Oven Works
If You Need Service or Assistance.
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L If You Need Assistance
3 IfYouNeedService
4 IfYou Have a Problem
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Lorporanon
Parts and features
DEFROST GUIDE
TEMPERATURE
PROBE SOCKET
2-POSITION
COOKING RACK
MODEL AND SERIAL
NUMBER PLATE
(Behlnd Oven Door]
DOOR LATCH
:opy !our hlodeland
Serial Numbers here...
if you r.eed service or call with a question have
this InformatIon ready
1 Complete
Model and Sertal Numbers (from the
plate JUS’ behind the microwave
oven door on
the over! frame]
2 Purchase
date from sales slip
Copy this InformatIon in these spaces Keep this
book, your warranty and sales slip together in a
hondv place There IS no warrantv reaistratlon to
return: Proof-of-purchase
IS all thai IS required for
in-warranty
service
Model
Senal
Number
Number
Purchase
Service
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Date
Company
Phone Number
Fill out and return the “Microwave
Registration
Card” attached
to the oven door. If the card IS
mlsslng. please send the model number of your mlcrowave
oven, with your name and address to
WhIrlpool CorDoratIon
MIcrowave
Reglstratlon
Department
AdmInistratIve
Center
2000 US 33 North
Benton Harbor. Michigan
49022
Thts InformatIon will help us reach you If there IS ever a need to pass along InformatIon about your
mlcrowave
oven
Before you install your microwave oven
Read and carefully follow the ‘LINSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS”
found on page 11 of this Wse & Care Guide!’
Before you use your microwave oven
Read this Use & Care Guide” carefully for Important use and safety Information
Store in a convenient
place for future use
It is your personal
responsibility
and obligation
to be sure your microwave
oven:
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Has been installed where It IS protected
from the elements The microwave
oven should be at a temperature
above 50°F (10°C) for proper operation.
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Has been installed on a surface strong enough to support its weight.
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Has been properly connected
to electrlcal
supply and grounded
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Is not used by anyone unable to Operate It properly
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Is properly maintained
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Is used only for jobs expected
of a home microwave
oven.
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
MICROWAVE ENERGY...
DO NOT attempt to operate this oven with the door
open since open-door
operation cgn result in harmful exposure to microwave
energy. It is important not to
defeat or tamper with the
safety interlocks.
DO NOT place any object
between the oven front
face and the door or allow
soil or cleaner residue
to accumulate
on sealing
surfaces.
DO NOT operate the
oven if it is damaged.
It is
particularly
important that
the oven door Close
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.
DO NOT operate
the
microwave
oven if the
door window is broken.
The microwave
oven
should be checked for
microwave
leakage
by
qualified
service personnel
after a repair is made.
The oven should not be
adjusted or repaired by
anyone except properly
qualified service
personnel.
DO NOT operate the
microwave
oven with the
outer cabinet removed.
IMPORTAN’I
SAFFTY INSTRUCTIONS
Mlcrowave
ovens have been used successfully
in homes for a number of years.
They are thoroughly
tested for safe and etflclent opemtlon.
However, as with
any appliance,
there are special lnstallatlon
and safety precautions
which must
be followed
to ensure safe and satisfactory
opemtlon
and prevent damage to
the unit.
WARNING -
To reduce the rusk of burns, electric shock,
fire, injury to persons or exposure to excessive mtcrowave energy
1. Read 311 rnstructrons
applrance.
before
usrng
11. Do not use outdoors for damage
oven or electric
2. Read and follow the specific “PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY” found
on page 3
3. This appliance
must be grounded. Connect only to properly grounded
outlet. See
“GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS”
found on
page 12.
to the
shock may result.
12. Do not immerse cord or plug in water for
electric shock may result.
13. Keep cord away from heated
for electric shock may result.
surfaces
14. Do not let cord hang over edge of table
or counter for electric shock may result.
15. See door surface cleaning
on page
instructions
13.
4. Install or locate this appliance
only in
accordance
with the provided
“INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS” found on page 11.
16. To reduce
cavity:
5. Some products such as whole eggs and
sealed containers
- for example,
closed
glass jars - may explode
and should not
be heated in this oven.
6. Use this appliance
only for its Intended
use as described
in this manual.
a. Do not overcook food. Carefully attend
appliance
if paper, plastic, or other combustible materials
are placed
inside the
oven to facilitate cooking. Paper can char
or burn, and some plastics can melt if used
when heating foods.
7. As with any appliance,
close supervision is necessary when used by children.
8. Do not operate this appliance
if it has a
damaged
cord or plug, if it is not working
properly,
or if it has been damaged
or
dropped.
Electric shock, fire or other hazards may result.
9. This appliance
should be serviced only
by qualified
service
personnel.
Call a
Whirlpool authorized
TECH-CARE@ Service
Company
for examination,
repair
or
adjustment.
10. Do not cover or block any opening
the appliance,
for fire may result.
SAVE THESE
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on
the risk of fire in the oven
b. Test dinnerware
or cookware
before
using.
See page
10. Some
dishes
(melamine,
Centura,” etc.) absorb microwave energy, becoming
too hot to handle
and slowing cooking times. Remove wire
twist-ties from paper or plastic bags before
placing
bag in oven. Cooking
in metal
containers can damage
the oven. So can
containers with hidden metal [twist-ties, foillining, staples, metallic glaze or trim.)
c. If materials inside the oven should ignite,
keep oven door closed, turn oven off, and
disconnect
the power cord, or shut off
power at the fuse or circuit breaker panel.
17. Read and follow “OPERATING SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS” starting on page 9.
INSTRUCTIONS
Using your microwave oven
Microwave oven controls
There ore four parts In the control section.
-The Timer
-The Cook Power Control
-The Probe Temperature
Control
- The Sta ti Button
Instructions for each control are covered on the followtng
pages.
The Variable
Read them carefully,
Cook Power Control
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The Probe Temperature
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Control
types 07 food
The Start Button
Setting
the controls
Be sure you understand
the basics on mlcrowave
oven cooklng before you star-t Start with
Follow the dlrectrons carefully
recipes from your MICRO MENUS Cookbook
1.
Place food In the oven, then
close the door The oven won’t
work if the door isn’t closed
tightly.
2. Set cooking times up to 60
minutes by turning the Timer
Knob clockwise.
To reduce
the cooking time, turn the
Timer Knob counterclockwise.
Each mark represents 30
seconds for the first 10
minutes. For times longer
than 10 minutes, each mark
represents 2 minutes
3. Set the Variable Cook
Power to the desired setting
from HIGH to LOW. Some
recipes call for lower Cook
Powers for best results (See
chart ] The lower the Cook
Power, the slower the cookrng.
COOK POWER
CHART
Recipes in the MICRO
MENUS@Cookbook
use
Cook Power settings from
HIGH to LOW. Recipes from
other books and magazines may use different
Cook Power percentages.
The following chart may
be helpful:
HIGH - 100% of full power
MED-HIGH - 70% of full
power
MED - 50% of full power
MED-LOW/DEFROST 30% of full power
LOW - 15% of full power
To stop the oven
1. Turn the Trmer Knob
counterclockwise
to “0”
OR
2. Ooen the oven door
4. Push the START Button The
oven light will come on and
cooking will begin. You will
hear the fan running during
oven operation.
When the set time is up, the
oven will shut off automatically. You will hear a bell, the
light will go off and the fan
will stop
To restart the oven
1. Close the oven door
Defrosting
microwave
2. Set the Timer [If needed] to
the desired cooking trme
3. Push the START Button
Use the MED-LOW/DEFROST setting to thaw frozen food before cooking. See the Defrost
Guide on the top oven door
frame or your MICRO MENUS&
Cookbook
for suggested
defrosi
times.
in your
oven
The Temperature
Probe helps take guesswork out of cooking roasts and larger casseroles The probe is designed
to turn the oven off when it senses the temperature
you
choose. See your MICRO MENUS@Cookbook
for helpful information in cooking different
types of food.
DO THIS...
Probe
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1. Insert
at least t3 of the
temperature
probe Into
the food
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2. Place food In the oven
3. Make sure the probe
and plug the probe Into
the socket on the oven
does not touch any
part of the oven interior.
Close the door.
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4. Set the Cook Power
Control to the Cook Power
you want
5. Set the Probe Temperature
Control to the flnal cooking temperature
you want
Hints for using the temperature
6.
Push the START Button
When the probe senses
the temperature
you selected, a beep sounds,
and the oven shuts off
probe
DO...
DON’T...
use hot pads when removing probe from
food or food from oven.
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cooking when
recommended.
. stir soups, casseroles and drinks before
serving.
* cover roasts with foil and let stand a few
minutes after cooking. Remove foil If you detide to cook it longer.
let probe or probe cable touch any part of
the oven interior
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touch foil (if used]. FOII can be
kept away from probe with wooden toothpicks. Remove foil if arcing occurs.
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plastic wrap or plastic containers.’
* use probe in regular oven.
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probe into frozen food.
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for foods that need to simmer.
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Temperature
probe
cooking
For casseroles. the tip
of the probe should be
in the center of the food.
Stir foods when recommended. Replace the
probe.
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tips
For liquids, balance
the
probe on o wooden
spoon or spatula so the
tip of the probe is in
the center of the liquid.
Casseroles cooked using the Temperature
Probe should be mode from precooked
foods. Do not use row meats, row vegetables
and cream sauces in casseroles.
Dry casseroles do not work well.
Thaw frozen casseroles and meats in the microwave oven before inserting the probe.
If you ore cooking individual
servings such as
mugs of soup, check the probe setting in several of the items-all
the mugs may not heat
at the some rate.
Cleaning
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For roasts, the tip of the
probe should be in the
center of the largest
muscle, but not touching
fat or bone.
Dry meat loaf mixtures don’t work well.
Remember that roosts may vary in size,
shape and composition.
Use the timings for
minutes per pound as a guideline
as well as
the Temperature
Probe.
the probe
1 Remove probe from mlcrowave
oven using hot pads.
2. Wipe probe with a hot sudsy cloth. Use a plastic scouring pod to remove
foods.
3. Probe may be placed in the sllvetware basket of the dishwasher
stubborn
Bi-Level cooking rack
Use the metal Bi-Level Cooking Rock when cooking in more than one container. The
metal rock con be turned upside-down
to help fit taller containers on the bottom
of the oven. See the MICRO MENUS@Cookbook
provided
with your oven.
Note: Do not store the metal
resutt If someone accldentally
rack in the oven. Arcing
starts the oven.
and damage
to the oven can
Inserting
the rack
Special
Insert the rock securely into the rock
supports on the side walls of the oven.
[First position)
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when using o taller
container on the bottom of the oven. [Second
position]
. Do not operate the oven with the metal rock
stored on the floor of the oven. Damage to
the interior finish will result
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Cleaning
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Wash by hand with Q mild detergent
and a
soff or nylon scrub brush. Dry completely.
Do not use abrasive scrubbers or cleansers.
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caution
Do use hot pods when removing rock from
oven after cooking. It may be hot.
Do put food in containers, then place
containers on rack.
Do use only when cooking foods in more the
one container.
Do use only in the microwave
oven.
Do not use with browning dish.
Do not let food or container touch the top
or side of the oven.
Do not store rack in oven.
Do not cook foods directly on rock without
putting them in containers first.
Operating safety precautions
NEVER COOK OR
REHEAT A WHOLE EGG.
Steam build-up in whole
eggs may cause them to
burst and burn you, and
possibly damage
the oven.
Slice hard boiled eggs before heating. In rare instances, poached
eggs hove
been known to explode.
Cover poached
eggs and
allow Q standing time of one
minute before cutting into
them.
Liquids heated in certain
containers
(especially
cylindrical-shaped
containers)
may become overheated.
The
liquid may splash out with a
loud noise during or after
heating or when adding
ingredients
[coffee, etc.)
resulting in harm to the oven
and possible personal injury.
For best results stir any
liquid several times before
heating or reheating.
NEVER lean on the door or
allow a child to swing on it
when the door is open. Injury
could result.
DO NOT con foods in the
oven. Closed gloss jars may
explode
resulting in damage
to the oven or possible
personal injury.
USE HOT PADS. Microwave
energy does not heat containers, but the hot food does.
DO NOT heat, store or use
flammable
or inflammable
materials in or near the
oven.
DO NOT use the oven to
sterilize objects (baby
bottles, etc.). It is
difficult to maintain the
high temperature
required
for safe sterilization.
continued
on next page
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CAUTION: DO NOT use the oven until you have
prevent damage
to the oven.
DO NOT use the oven for
storage. Do not leave paper
products, books or cooking
utensils in the oven when not
in use. Fire may result if
someone accidentally
starts
the oven.
Don’t let anything touch the
top of the oven.
DO NOT pop popcorn,
except in a microwaveapproved
popcorn
popper or
commercral
package
aesrgnea
especially
for microwave
ovens. Results are the manufacturers responsibility
NEVER try to pop corn
in a paper bag. Overcooking
may result in smoke and fire.
read and understand
DO NOT OVERCOOK
POTATOES. Fire could result.
At the end of the recommended cooking time they
should be slightly firm.
Wrap in foil and set aside
for 5 minutes. They will finish
cooking while standing.
Starting a miCrOWaVe Oven when
it’s empty is not recommended.
If you expenment,
put a
container of water in the oven.
ALL precautions
to
If a fire should start in the oven
cavity:
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door closed
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off
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the power
supply at the cord, fuse box
or circuit breaker.
DO NOT dry flowers, fruit,
herbs, wood, paper, gourds
clothes in the oven. Fire or
other hazards may result.
or
It is normal for the inside of
the oven door to look wavy
after the oven has been
running for a while.
General information
DO NOT try to melt
paraffin wax in the oven.
Fire or other hazards may
result.
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If your electric power line
voltage is less than the normall20 volts, cooking times
may be longer.
To test a dish for safe use, put it
into the oven with a cup of water
beside It. Cook on high Cook
Power for one minute. If the
dlrh gets hot and water stays
cool, do not use it.
Installation
instructions
BEFORE YOU BEGIN, READ THE FOLLOWING
Installing
INSTRUCTIONS
COMPLETELY AND CAREFULLY.
your microwave oven
1. Empty the microwave
oven and clean Inside it
with a soft damp cloth. Check for damage
such
as misaligned
door, damage
around the door or
dents inside the oven or on the exterior. If there is
any damage,
do not operate the unit until it has
been checked
by an authorized
trained service
technician
and any repair made.
that is strong enough to hold the oven, the food
and the utensils you put in it. (The control
side of the unit is the heavy side. Use care
when handling.)
The weight of the oven is approximately
60 Ibs. (27 kg).
TOP
SIDE
3. Do not block the vent openings
at the
front of the oven or the air intake opening
on the bottom or rear of the oven. Blocking
vent or air intake openings can cause poor
cooking results.
Make sure the microwave
oven legs are in
place. Do not set the oven on anything that
will block the air intake openings.
SIDE
4. Do not install the oven next to a conventional surface unit or in any area where
excessive
heat and steam are generated.
This could damage
the outside of the cabinet.
5. Electrical
requirements
Observe all governing
codes and ordinances.
A 120 Volt, 60 Hz., AC only, 15 or 20 amp fused electrical
supply is required. (Timedelay fuse is recommended.)
It is recommended
that a separate circuit serving only this
appliance
be provided.
6.
GROUNDING
WARNING,
INSTRUCTIONS
Improper
use of the grounding
plug
’ electrical
shock.
DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES,
SUPPLY CORD GROUNDING
PRONG.
7. For your personal safety, this appliance
must
be grounded.
In the event of an electrical
short
circuit, grounding
reduces the risk of electric
shock by providing an escape wire forthe electric current. This appliance
is equipped
with a
I-PRONG
GROUNDING
PLUG
&PRONG
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GROUNDING
TVPE
WALL RECEPTACLE
GROUNDING
POWER
SUPPLV
polarized
3-prong grounding
plug. It must be
plugged
into a correct polarized
mating 3prong grounding
type wall receptacle,
properly installed
and grounded
in accordance
with the National
Electrical
Code and local
codes and ordinances.
If a mating wall receptacle is not available
or if you are not sure if the
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8. Plug the oven into the proper electrical outlet and put about one cup
(250 mL) of cold water in a glass container in the
oven. Close the door. Make sure it latches. Follow the directions on page 6 to set the oven to
COOK for P/Z minutes. When the time is up, the
water should be heated.
can
result
REMOVE
in a risk of
THE POWER
wall receptacle
is properly grounded
and polarized,
have
it checked
by a qualified
electrician.
It is the personal responsibility
and obligation
of
the customer to have a properly grounded
and
correctly polarized
J-prong wall receptacle
installed by a qualified
electrician.
Consult a qualified electrician
if the grounding
instructions are not completely
understood, or if
doubt exists as to whether the appliance
is
properly grounded.
It is NOT recommended
to use an extension
cord with your microwave
oven, but if you find
it necessary
to do so temporarily
(until a
properly
grounded
and polarized
3-prong
receptacle
is installed),
use only a heavy
duty UL listed 3-wire grounding
tYpe extension cord containing
three 16-gauge
(minimum) copper
wires. It must not be longer than
10 feet (cords longer than 10 feet may affect the
cooking
performance
of your microwave
oven]. The plug on the extension cord must fit
into a 3-prong grounding
type wall receptacle
(as shown on this page) and the receptacle
end of the extension cord must accept the 3prong grounding
plug of the microwave
oven.
9. This microwave
oven is designed
for use in
the household
only and must not be used for
commercial
purposes.
DO NOT remove the outer case, door, or control panel at any time. The unit is equipped
with
high voltage and should not be serviced unless
by an authorized
Whirlpool
trained
service
technician.
SAW THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Building
in your microwave oven
Your microwave
oven is not limited to carts, counters
easy with kits available
from your dealer.
1. Build the microwave oven into a cabinet or
wall by itself or over built-in single ovens in the
Whirlpool RDE, REE,RGE. RB and SB model series or
Imperial 7200 single gas ovens.
2. Attach the microwave
or with cabinets over It.
oven to a wall by itself
3. Put the microwave
oven on the MICRO SHELF’
Hood over a cooktop. The hood is available
ducted or as a recirculating
hood, and includes
cooktop lights.
or tables. Custom installations
Ask Your dealer
for details
are made
on...
832987 - 30-inch Built-in Kit
l 832989
-24-inch
Built-in Kit
l 83299127-inch Built-in Kit
l 832993
-Wall Mounting Kit
. RH3330XR - MICRO SHELF@Hood
Use only approved
installation
kits.
Obtain these kits from your authorized
Whirlpool
dealer.
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Caring for your microwave oven
Cleaning the microwave oven
For stubborn solI, boll a cup
of water In the oven for 2 or 3
minutes. Steam WIII soften
the soil
Wipe often with warm sudsy
water and a soft cloth or
sponge
Be sure to cle5 the areas
where the door and oven
frame touch when closed.
When cleaning
surfaces of
door and oven that come together on closing the door,
use only mild, non-abrasive
soaps or detergents applied
with a sponge or soft cloth.
Rinse well.
Caution:
Abrasive cleansers, steel wool pads, gritty wash cloths, etc., can damage
the control
panel, electronics,
and the interior and ederior oven surfaces. Use a soft cloth or a
sponge with a mild detergent or spray glaSS cleaner.
Replacing the light bulb
The microwave
oven light should come
on whenever
To replace:
1.
Unplug, or turn off at fuse box or circuit
breaker.
2. Open the oven door.
3. Remove the 3 screws from the front of the
stirrer cover.
4. Pull down the front portion of the cover.
(It is creased across its width to form a hinge.)
5. Replace bulb with a 25watt candelabra
base bulb (FSP 313760). Obtain bulb from
Your authorized
Whirlpool dealer.
6.
Close the cover and replace
the screws.
7. Plug in, or turn on the main power
supply.
the door is opened
or the oven is operating
How your microwave oven works
Microwave
heat. and
it’s
ovens are safe MIcrowave
energy
this heat that cooks the food
Mode
IS not hot It causes
Mixer
food to make
Its own
Ceramic
Magnetron
Bottom
C
Oven
Cavity
Metal
Floor
Microwaves
are like TV
waves or light waves You
can’t see them, but you can
see what they do
A magnetron
In the mlcrowave oven produces
microwaves The microwaves
move Into the oven where
they are scattered
or stirred
by a mode mixer (IIke a fan)
Microwaves
bounce off
metal oven walls and are
absorbed
by food
The ceramic
bottom of your
mlcrowave
oven lets microwaves through Then they
bounce off a metal floor,
back through the ceramic
bottom and are absorbed
bv the food
MIcrowaves
pass through
glass, paper and plastic wtthout heating them so food absorbs the energy Microwaves
bounce off metal pans so
food does not absorb the
energy
MIcrowaves
may not reach
the center of a roast The heat
around the outside IS what
cooks the roast all the way
through This IS one of the reasons for letting some foods
(roasts, baked potatoes]
stand for a while after cooktng, or for stlrrlng some foods
during the cooklng time
The mlcrowaves
disturb
water molecules
in the food
As the molecules
bounce
around bumping
tnto each
other, heat is made, like rubbing your hands together
This IS the heat that cooks
If you need service or as‘sistance,
we suggest you follow th lese four steps:
1. Before calling for assistance...
Performance
problems
often result from lIttIe
thongs you can find and fix yourself wrthout tools
of any kind
If nothing operates:
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Is the power supply cord plugged
Into a live
circuit with the proper voltage? (See page 12 !
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Have you checked
your home’s main fuses or
circuit breaker box?
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Have you checked
the electrrc company
for
a power failure’
If the microwave
oven will not run:
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Is the Timer set?
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Is the door firmly closed and latched’
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Did you follow the drrectrons on page 6
exactly’
If the microwave
cooking times seem too
long:
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Is the electric supply to your home low or
lower than normal7 Your electric company
can tell you if the lrne voltage IS low
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Is the Cook Power set correctly7
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Are you allowrng for more trme when cookrng
more food at one time’
If the microwave
oven turns off too soon or
not soon enough when using the probe:
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Is at least 1.sof the probe rn the food’
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Is the probe tip in the center of the food7
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Is the probe touching bone or fat?
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Have you allowed roasts to stand for a few
minutes after cooking?
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Is the probe plugged
tightly into its socket?
9 Is the Cook Power set correctly7
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IS the Probe Temperature
Control set
correctly7
2. If you need assistance?..
Call the Whirlpool
COOL-LINE@’ service
assistance telephone
number. Dial free from:
Continental
U.S. . . . . . . . . (800) 253-1301
Michigan
. . , . . . . . (800) 632-2243
Alaska b Hawaii . . .
. (800) 253-1121
and talk with one of our trained Consultants The
Consultant can instruct you on how to obtain
satisfactory operation from your appliance
or, if
service IS necessary,
recommend
a qualiried
service company
In your area
If you need service?..
3.
Whrrlpool
has a
nationwide
network of franchised
TECH-CARE”
service
Companres
TECH-CARE service
technrcians
are
trained to fulfill the
product
warranty
and provide
afterwarranty servrce anywhere
In the United States
To locate TECH-CARE service rn your area, call
our COOL-LINE service assrstance
telephone
number (see Step 2) or look In your telephone
directory Yellow Pages under
APPLIANCESMAJOR-SERVICE
HOUSEHOLD
& REPAIR
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4.
If you have a problem?..
Call our COOL-LINE servrce assrstance
telephone number (see Step 2) and talk with one of
our Consultants, or if vou prefer wrote to
Mr Robert Stanley
Division Vice President
Whirlpool Corporation
2000 US-33, North
Benton Harbor, Ml 49022
‘If you must call or write, please provide
model
number, serial number, date of purchase, and a
complete
descrrption of the problem lhrs rnformatron IS needed in order to better respond to
your request for assistance
FSP IS a reqlstered
trademark
of Whtrlpool
CorporalIon
for
quality
parts
Look for this
symbol
of quallly
whenever
you need
a replacement
part
for your
WhIrlpool
appliance
FSP replacement
paris
wtll fit right
and work
right.
because
they
are
made
to the same
exacting
specIfIcotIons
used to build
every
new WhIrlpool
appllonce
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