Viking Designer DESO130TSS Specifications

High Speed Convection Oven
Service Information
If service is required:
1.Call your dealer or authorized service agency. The name of the authorized service agency can be obtained from the dealer or distributor in
your area.
2.Have the following information readily available:
a. Model number
b. Serial number
c. Date purchased
d. Name of dealer from whom purchased
3.Clearly describe the problem that you are having.
If you are unable to obtain the name of an authorized service agency, or if
you continue to have a service problem, contact Viking Range Corporation
at (888) 845-4641 or write to:
VIKING RANGE CORPORATION
PREFERRED SERVICE
111 Front Street
Greenwood, Mississippi (MS) 38930 USA
Record the information indicated below. You will need it if service is ever
required. The model and serial number for your oven are located on the left
side of the oven cavity on an identification label.
Model Number___________________________ Serial Number ________________________
Date of Purchase_ ________________________ Date Installed_________________________
Dealer's Name ________________________________________________________________
Address ______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
If service requires installation of parts, use only authorized parts to ensure
protection under the warranty.
PLEASE RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
Table of Contents
3 Service Information
4 Table of Contents
5 Important Safety
Instructions
6 PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE
6 EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
6 MICROWAVE ENERGY
7 Unpacking and Examining Your Oven
7 Choosing a location for
your oven
8 Grounding Instructions
8 Electrical Requirements
8 Extension Cord
8 Radio or TV Interference
9 Information You Need To
Know
9 About Your Oven
9 About Children and The Oven
10 About Food
11 About Utensils and Coverings
14 About Microwave Cooking
15 About Safety
16 Part Names
16 Oven Parts
17 Interactive Display
17 Control Panel
18 Before Operating
18 To Set The Clock
18 Stop/Clear
19 MANUAL cooking
19 Speed Cooking
19 Grill
19 Roast
20 Bake
21 Convection Cooking
21 To Cook with Convection
21 To Preheat and Cook with
Convection
21 Microwave Time Cooking
22 To Set Power Level
23 automatic cooking
23 Speed Cooking
23 Basic Cook
24-28 Basic Cook Chart
28-33 Recipes
33 Microwave Options
33 Popcorn
33 Popcorn Chart
34 Reheat / Cook
34-35 Reheat Chart
35-36 Cook Chart
36 Defrost
37 Defrost Chart
37 Manual Defrost
38 Other Convenient
Features
38 Demonstration Mode
38 Automatic Cooking Time
Adjustment
38 More/Less Time Adjustment
Before Start
38 Extend During Cooking
38 Extend At The Cooking End
38 Timer
39 Multiple Sequence Cooking
39 Help
39 Child Lock
39 Audible Signal Elimination
39 Auto Start
40 Refresh Cycle
41 Add A Minute
41 Help (Interactive Display)
41 Cleaning and Care
41 Exterior
41 Door
41 Stainless Steel
42 Touch Control Panel
42 Interior - After Microwave
Cooking
42 Interior - After Manual/
Automatic Speed or
Convection Cooking
42 Waveguide Cover
42 Accessories
42 Special Note for Turntable
Support
43 Specifications
44 Service Call Check
45 high speed Oven
Warranty
Important Safety Instructions
When using electrical appliances basic safety precautions should be followed,
including the following:
WARNING - To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, fire, injury to persons
or exposure to excessive microwave energy:
1.Read all instructions before using the appliance.
2.Read and follow the specific “PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE
EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY” on page 6.
3. This appliance must be grounded. Connect only to properly grounded
outlet. See “GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS” on page 8.
4. Install or locate this appliance only in accordance with the provided
installation instructions.
5. Some products such as whole eggs and sealed containers—for example,
closed glass jars—are able to explode and should not be heated in this
oven.
6.Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in this manual.
Do not use corrosive chemicals or vapors in this appliance. This type of
oven is specifically designed to heat, cook or dry food. It is not designed
for industrial or laboratory use.
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.
9. This appliance should be serviced only by qualified service personnel.
Contact nearest Viking Authorized Servicer for examination, repair or
adjustment.
10.Do not cover or block any openings on the appliance.
11. Do not store or use this appliance outdoors. Do not use this product
near water—for example, near a kitchen sink, in a wet basement, near
a swimming pool, or similar locations.
12.Do not immerse cord or plug in water.
13. Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
14.Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter.
15.See door surface cleaning instructions on page 41.
16.To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity:
a.Do not overcook food. Carefully attend to appliance when paper,
plastic or other combustible materials are placed inside the oven to
facilitate cooking.
b.Remove wire twist-ties from paper or plastic bags before placing bag
in oven.
c. If materials inside the oven ignite, keep oven door closed, turn
oven off and disconnect the power cord or shut off power at the
fuse or circuit breaker panel.
d.Do not use the cavity for storage purposes. Do not leave paper
products, cooking utensils or food in the cavity when not in use.
17. Liquids, such as water, coffee or tea are able to be overheated beyond
the boiling point without appearing to be boiling. Visible bubbling or
boiling when the container is removed from the oven is not always present.
THIS COULD RESULT IN VERY HOT LIQUIDS SUDDENLY BOILING OVER
WHEN A SPOON OR OTHER UTENSIL IS INSERTED INTO THE LIQUID.
To reduce the risk of injury to persons:
a.Do not overheat the liquid.
b.Stir the liquid both before and halfway through heating it.
c.Do not use straight-sided containers with narrow necks. Use a widemouthed container.
d.After heating, allow the container to stand in the oven at least for 20
seconds before removing the container.
e.Use extreme care when inserting a spoon or other utensil into the
container.
18. If the oven light fails, consult a VIKING AUTHORIZED SERVICER.
19. Do not operate any heating or cooking appliance beneath this appliance,
except a properly installed electric wall oven.
20. Do not mount unit over or near any portion of a heating or cooking
appliance, except a properly installed electric wall oven.
21. Do not mount over a sink.
22. Do not store anything directly on top of the appliance surface when the
appliance is in operation.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE
EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
MICROWAVE ENERGY
(a)Do not attempt to operate this oven with the door open since opendoor operation can result in harmful exposure to microwave energy.
It is important not to defeat or tamper with the safety interlocks.
(b)Do not place any object between the oven front face and the door
or allow soil or cleaner residue to accumulate on sealing surfaces.
(c)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.
(d)The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except
properly qualified service personnel.
Unpacking and Examining
Your Oven
Remove all packing materials from inside the oven cavity; however, DO NOT
REMOVE THE WAVEGUIDE COVER, which is located on the right cavity wall.
Read enclosures and SAVE the Use
Safety door latches
Waveguide cover
and Care Guide.
Remove the feature sticker from the
outside of the door, if there is one.
Check the oven for any damage, such
as misaligned or bent door, damaged
door seals and sealing surfaces,
broken or loose door hinges and
latches and dents inside the cavity or
on the door. If there is any damage,
do not operate the oven and contact
your dealer or VIKING AUTHORIZED
SERVICER.
Door seals and
sealing surfaces
Door hinges
Choosing a location for
your oven
You will use your oven frequently,
so plan its location for ease of
use. The oven must be placed on
a countertop which is a minimum
of 36" from the floor. Allow at
least 2" on the sides, top and at
the rear of the oven for air circulation. Be sure to position oven so
that the rear cannot be touched
inadvertently.
Min.
3"
Min.
36"
Your oven can be built into a
cabinet or wall by itself or above
any electric wall oven.
Electric Wall Oven
Sketch 1
Note for built-in trim kits:
See sketch 1 for proper location when building in above the specified wall
oven. Carefully follow the wall oven installation instructions. Be sure that
the clearance of the floor between the wall oven and the high speed oven
is minimum of 3".
Grounding Instructions
This appliance must be grounded. This oven is equipped with a cord having
a grounding wire with a grounding plug. It must be plugged into a wall
receptacle that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with the
National Electrical Code and local codes and ordinances. In the event of an
electrical short circuit, grounding reduces risk of electric shock by providing
an escape wire for the electric current.
Warning – Improper use of the grounding plug can result in a risk of
electric shock.
Electrical Requirements
The electrical requirements are a 240
volt 60 Hz, AC only, 15 amp. protected
electrical supply. It is recommended
that a separate circuit serving only this
appliance be provided. The 240 volt
circuit is absolutely necessary for optimum
cooking performance.
Receptacle Box Cover
3 Pronged Plug
(6-15P)
3 Pronged Receptacle
(6-15R)
The oven is equipped with a 3-prong grounding plug. It must be plugged
into a wall receptacle that is properly installed and grounded.
Extension Cord
If it is necessary to use an extension cord, use only a 3-wire extension cord
that has a 3-blade grounding plug and a 3-slot receptacle that will accept
the plug on the high speed oven. The marked rating of the extension cord
should be AC 240 volt, 15 amp. or more.
Be careful not to drape the cord over the countertop or table where it can
be pulled on by children or tripped over accidentally.
Note:
1.If you have any questions about the grounding or electrical instructions,
consult a qualified electrician or service person.
2.Neither Viking nor the dealer can accept any liability for damage to
the oven or personal injury resulting from failure to observe the correct
electrical connection procedures.
Radio or TV Interference
Should there be any interference caused by the high speed oven to your
radio or TV, check that the high speed oven is on a different electrical circuit,
relocate the radio or TV as far away from the oven as feasible or check position
and signal of receiving antenna.
Information You Need To Know
About Your Oven
This Use and Care Guide is valuable: read it carefully and always save it for
reference.
The Viking High Speed Convection Oven Cookbook is a valuable asset.
Check it frequently for cooking principles, techniques, hints and recipes.
NEVER use the oven without the turntable and support nor turn the turntable
over so that a large dish could be placed in the oven. The turntable will turn
both clockwise and counterclockwise.
ALWAYS have food in the oven when it is on to absorb the microwave
energy.
When using the oven at power levels below 100%, you may hear the
magnetron cycling on and off. It is normal for the exterior of the oven to be
warm to the touch when cooking or reheating.
Condensation is a normal part of microwave cooking. Room humidity and
the moisture in food will influence the amount of moisture that condenses
in the oven. Generally, covered foods will not cause as much condensation
as uncovered ones. Vents on the oven back must not be blocked.
After using, the cooling fan may come on to cool the oven cavity. The display
will show NOW COOLING, and you will hear the sound of the fan.
Unlike microwave-only ovens, your oven may become hot during cooking.
Be cautious.
The oven is for food preparation only. It should not be used to dry clothes
or newspapers.
The microwave capability of your oven is rated 1000 watts by using the IEC
Test Procedure. In using microwave-only recipes or package directions, check
food a minute or two before the minimum time and add time accordingly.
About Children and the Oven
Children below the age of 7 should use the high speed oven with a supervising person very near to them. Between the ages of 7 and 12, the supervising
person should be in the same room.
The child must be able to reach the oven comfortably; if not, he/she should
stand on a sturdy stool.
At no time should anyone be allowed to lean or swing on the oven door.
Children should be taught all safety precautions: use potholders, remove
coverings carefully, pay special attention to packages that crisp food because
they may be extra hot.
Don’t assume that because a child has mastered one cooking skill he/she
can cook everything.
Children need to learn that the oven is not a toy. See page 39 for Child
Lock feature.
About Food
FOOD
Eggs,
sausages,
nuts, seeds,
fruits &
vegetables
DO
DON'T
• Puncture egg yolks before
cooking to prevent “explosion”.
• Pierce skins of potatoes,
apples, squash, hot dogs
and sausages so that steam
escapes.
• Cook eggs in shells.
• Reheat whole eggs.
• Dry nuts or seeds in
shells.
Popcorn
• Use specially bagged pop- • Pop popcorn in regular
(See page 33
corn for the microwave
brown bags or glass
for specific
oven.
bowls.
cooking
• Listen while popping corn • Exceed maximum time
instructions)
for the popping to slow to 1
on popcorn package.
or 2 seconds or use special
Popcorn pad.
• Use a NordicWare® two-
sided bacon/meat grill (grill
side) made from heavy
weight thermoset polyester when popping bagged
microwave popcorn.
Baby food
• Transfer baby food to small • Heat disposable
dish and heat carefully, stirbottles.
ring often. Check tempera- • Heat bottles with
ture before serving.
nipples on.
• Put nipples on bottles after • Heat baby food in
heating and shake thororiginal jars.
oughly. “Wrist” test before
feeding.
General
• Cut baked goods with fill- • Heat or cook in closed
ing after heating to release
glass jars or air tight
steam and avoid burns.
containers.
• Stir liquids briskly before,
during and after heating
to avoid “eruption”.
• Can in the microwave
as harmful bacteria may
not be destroyed.
• Use deep bowl, when
cooking liquids or cereals,
to prevent boilovers.
• Deep fat fry.
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• Dry wood, gourds, herbs
or wet papers.
About Utensils and Coverings
It is not necessary to buy all new cookware. Many pieces already in your
kitchen can be used successfully in your new High Speed Convection Oven.
The chart below will help you decide what utensils and coverings should be
used in each mode.
Utensils
and
Coverings
Microwave Only
Convec
Broil,
Slow Cook
High Mix/
Roast
Low Mix/Bake
Aluminum
foil
YES. Small flat pieces YES.
of aluminum foil placed For shielding
smoothly on food can
be used to shield areas
from cooking or defrosting too quickly. Keep foil
at least 1" from walls of
oven.
YES.
For shielding
Aluminum
containers
NO
YES.
Grill/Bake.
No cover
NO
Browning
dish
YES. Do not exceed
recommended
preheating time.
Follow manufacturer's
directions.
NO
NO
Glass
ceramic (Pyroceram®)
YES. Excellent
YES.
Excellent
YES.
Excellent
Glass,
non-heatresistant
NO
NO
NO
Lids, glass
YES
YES.
Grill/Bake.
No cover
NO
Lids, metal
NO
YES.
Grill/Bake.
No cover.
NO
Metal
cookware
NO
YES
YES. Do not use
metal covering.
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Utensils
and
Coverings
Microwave
Only
Convection
Broil,
Slow Cook
High Mix/
Roast
Low Mix/Bake
Metal, misc:
dishes with
metallic trim,
screws, bands,
handles. Metal
twist ties
NO
NO
NO
Oven
cooking bags
YES. Good for large
meats or foods that
need tenderizing.
DO NOT use metal
twist ties.
YES.
Grill/Bake.
No cover.
YES. DO NOT
use metal
twist ties.
Paper plates
YES. For reheating.
NO
NO
Paper, ovenable
YES
YES. For
temperatures
up to 400°F.
Do not use
for Grill.
YES. For
temperatures
up to 400°F.
Microwavesafe plastic
containers
YES. Use for reheating and defrosting.
Some microwavesafe plastics are not
suitable for cooking
foods with high fat
and sugar content.
Follow manufacturer's directions.
NO
NO
Plastic,
Thermoset®
YES
YES. Are heat YES
resistant up to
425°F. Do not
use for Grill.
Plastic wrap
YES. Use brands
specially marked for
microwave use. DO
NOT allow plastic
wrap to touch food.
Vent so steam can
escape.
NO
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NO
Utensils
and
Coverings
Microwave
Only
Convection
Broil,
Slow Cook
High Mix/
Roast
Low Mix/Bake
Pottery,
Porcelain
stoneware
YES. Check manufac- YES
turer's recommendation for being microwave safe.
YES. Must be
microwave safe
AND ovenable.
Styrofoam
YES. For reheating.
NO
NO
Wax paper
YES. Good covering
for cooking and
reheating.
NO
NO
Wicker,
wood, straw
YES. May be used NO
for short periods of
time. Do not use with
high fat or high sugar
content foods.
Could char.
NO
DISH CHECK If you wish to check if a dish is safe for microwaving, place the
empty dish in the oven and microwave on HIGH for 30 seconds. If the dish
becomes very hot, do NOT use it for microwaving.
AUTOMATIC COOKING Use the recommended container in the cooking
chart in this operation manual, cookbook and display.
ACCESSORIES There are many microwave accessories available for purchase.
Evaluate carefully before you purchase so that they meet your needs. A
microwave-safe thermometer will assist you in determining correct doneness
and assure you that foods have been cooked to safe temperatures when
using microwave-only cooking.
Viking is not responsible for any damage to the oven when accessories are
used.
CAUTION When using ROAST or during AUTOMATIC COOKING, some
metal baking utensils may cause arcing when they come in contact with the
turntable, oven walls or accessory racks. Arcing is a discharge of electricity
that occurs when microwaves come in contact with metal.
If arcing occurs, place a heat resistant dish, such as a Pyrex pie plate or ovenglass plate, between the pan and the turntable or rack. If arcing continues
to occur, discontinue using that pan.
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About Microwave Cooking
• Arrange food carefully. Place thickest areas towards outside of dish.
• Watch cooking time. Cook for the shortest amount of time indicated and
add more as needed. Food severely overcooked can smoke or ignite.
• Cover foods while cooking. Check recipe or cookbook for suggestions:
paper towels, wax paper, microwave plastic wrap or a lid. Covers prevent
spattering and help foods to cook evenly.
• Shield with small flat pieces of aluminum foil any thin areas of meat or
poultry to prevent overcooking before dense, thick areas are cooked
thoroughly.
• Stir foods from outside to center of dish once or twice during cooking, if
possible.
• Turn foods over once during microwaving to speed cooking of such foods,
as chicken and hamburgers. Large items like roasts must be turned over
at least once.
• Rearrange foods such as meatballs halfway through cooking both from
top to bottom and from the center of the dish to the outside.
• Add standing time. Remove food from oven and stir, if possible. Cover for
standing time which allows the food to finish cooking without overcooking.
• Check for doneness. Look for signs indicating that cooking temperatures
have been reached.
Doneness signs include:
-Food steams throughout, not just at edge.
-Center bottom of dish is very hot to the touch.
-Poultry thigh joints move easily.
-Meat and poultry show no pinkness.
-Fish is opaque and flakes easily with a fork.
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About Safety
• Check foods to see that they are cooked to the United States Department
of Agriculture's recommended temperatures.
To test for doneness, insert a meat thermometer in a thick or dense area
away from fat or bone. Never leave the thermometer in the food during
cooking, unless it is approved for microwave oven use.
TEMP
FOOD
160˚F (71˚C)
For fresh pork, ground meat, boneless white poultry, fish,
seafood, egg dishes and frozen prepared food.
165˚F (74˚C)
For leftover, ready-to-reheat refrigerated, and deli and
carry-out “fresh” food.
170˚F (77˚C)
White meat of poultry.
180˚F (82˚C)
Dark meat of poultry.
• ALWAYS use potholders 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.
• Avoid steam burns by directing steam away from the face and hands. Slowly
lift the farthest edge of a dish's covering and carefully open popcorn and
oven cooking bags away from the face.
• Stay near the oven while it's in use and check cooking progress frequently
so that there is no chance of overcooking food.
• NEVER use the cavity for storing cookbooks or other items.
• Select, store and handle food carefully to preserve its high quality and
minimize the spread of foodborne bacteria.
• Keep waveguide cover clean. Food residue can cause arcing and/or fires.
• Use care when removing items from the oven so that the utensil, your
clothes or accessories do not touch the safety door latches.
• Keep aluminum foil used for shielding at least 1" away from walls, ceiling
and door of oven.
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Part Names
Oven Parts
FRONT VIEW
3
BACK VIEW
18
13
9
12
11
10
14
5
8
6
7
15
1
4
2
3
16
17
19
1 Door handle
To open the door, pull the handle
down and forward. Never hold the
door handle when moving the oven.
2 Oven door with see-through window
3 Safety door latches
The oven will not operate unless
the door is securely closed.
4 Door hinges
5 Door seals and sealing surfaces
6 Turntable motor shaft
7 Removable turntable support
Carefully place the turntable support
in the center of the oven floor.
After cooking, always clean the
turntable support, especially
around the rollers. These must
be free from food splashes and
grease. Built-up splashes or grease
may overheat and cause arcing,
begin to smoke or catch fire.
8 Removable turntable
Place the turntable on the
turntable support securely. The
turntable will rotate clockwise or
counterclockwise.
Only remove for cleaning.
9 Ventilation openings
10 Oven light
It will light when oven is operating or
door is open.
11 Waveguide cover: DO NOT REMOVE.
12 Control panel
13 Time display: 99 minutes, 99
seconds
14 Convection air openings
15 Removable low rack
16 Removable high rack
17 Splash guard
18 Ventilation cover: DO NOT REMOVE.
19 Serial plate
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Interactive Display
The Interactive Display spells out operating steps and shows cooking hints. When indicator
above HELP is lighted, press HELP to read a specific hint which may assist you.
Each indicator shows what function is in progress.
Control Panel
33
19
20
21
28-33
PB220
34-35 34-36 36-37 23-28
22
41
41
38
18
Number next to the control panel illustration indicates pages on which there are
feature descriptions and usage information.
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Before Operating
• Before operating your new oven make sure you read and understand this
Use and Care Guide completely.
• Before the oven can be used, follow these procedures:
1.Plug in the oven. Close the door. The oven display will show
high speed oven PRESS CLEAR AND PRESS CLOCK.
viking
2.Press the Stop/Clear pad. : will appear.
3.Set clock.
4.Follow directions on page 40 for using the Refresh Cycle.
To Set The Clock
• Suppose you want to enter the correct time of day 12:30.
1. Press Clock and number pad 2.
2. Enter the correct time of day by touching the numbers in sequence
1230.
3. Press Clock again.
This is a 12 hour clock. If you attempt to enter an incorrect clock time, ERROR
will appear in the display. Press the Stop/Clear pad and reset the clock.
• If the electrical power supply to your oven should be interrupted, the
display will intermittently show viking high speed oven after the power is
reinstated. If this occurs during cooking, the program will be erased. The
time of day will also be erased. Simply press Stop/Clear and reset the
clock for the correct time of day.
Stop/clear
Press the Stop/Clear pad to:
1. Erase if you make a mistake during programming.
2. Cancel timer.
3. Stop the oven temporarily during cooking.
4. Return the time of day to the display.
5.Cancel a program during cooking, touch twice.
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MANUAL cooking
Speed Cooking
Your oven has 3 special speed cooking modes.
Caution: The oven cabinet, cavity, door, turntable, turntable support, rack
and dishes will become hot. To PREVENT BURNS, use thick oven gloves
when removing the food or turntable.
Grill
Use the Grill setting for steaks, chops, chicken pieces and many other foods
you would normally grill that are not included in Basic Cook on pages 24-28.
Grill is a preprogrammed setting that cooks fast with a high temperature and
maximum speed hot air circulation. Only actual cooking time is entered; the
oven signals when it is preheated to 450˚F. The oven temperature cannot
be changed.
• Suppose you want to grill a steak for 15 minutes.The 84 basic foods and
100 recipes are cooked with Viking’s new high speed hot air system.
Follow the directions below and those in the Interactive Display to ensure
perfectly cooked foods.
1. Press Grill.
2. Enter cooking time. 1500 for 15 minutes.
3. Press START. Preheat starts. No food in oven.
4. Open the door. Place food in the oven. Close the door. Press Start.
* If the oven door is not opened, the oven will automatically hold at the
preheat temperature for 30 minutes. After this time has elapsed, an audible
signal will sound and the oven will turn off.
Note:
1.You can grill foods without preheat. To program grill without preheat, press
Grill twice at step 1.
2.Foods cook quickly using Grill. Check often to ensure desired results.
3.Either the high or low rack may be used. The high rack grills food the
fastest. Place the splash guard on the turntable with either of the racks
over it.
Roast
Use the Roast setting for poultry, meat, fish or other foods you would
normally roast that are not included in Basic Cook on pages 24-28. Roast is
a preprogrammed setting that roasts with high speed air circulation, 300˚F.
and a boost of microwave power. The cooking time is reduced 33% to 50%
compared with typical ovens. No preheat is necessary. Use the low rack over
the splash guard so all sides are cooked with a minimum of moisture loss.
No pan put on low rack.
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• Suppose you want to roast a 3 pound beef rib roast for 20 minutes.
1. Press Roast.
2. Enter cooking time. 2 00 0 for 20 minutes.
3. Press START. Note:
1. The temperature can be changed, however the microwave power cannot.
To change the temperature, press Roast twice at step 1. When the display
shows SELECT COOKING TEMP, press desired temperature pad.
2.When you roast a food for the first time, enter 1/2 the usual roasting time
and check doneness carefully during the cooking. If extra time is needed,
add and continue to check often until the desired doneness has been
achieved.
3.When using Roast, some metal baking utensils may cause arcing when
they come in contact with the turntable, oven walls or accessory racks.
Arcing is a discharge of electricity that occurs when microwaves come in
contact with metal.
If arcing occurs, place a heat resistant dish, such as a Pyrex pie plate or
oven-glass plate, between the pan and the turntable or rack. If arcing
continues to occur, discontinue use for roast cooking.
Bake
Use the Bake setting for cakes, breads and many other foods you would
normally bake that take longer than 20 minutes in a conventional oven and
are not included in Basic Cook on pages 24-28. Bake is a preprogrammed
setting that makes it easy to bake with high speed air circulation at 325˚F.
The baking time is 25% to 33% less than in a conventional oven. No preheat
is necessary. Use the low rack.
• Suppose you want to bake a cake for 25 minutes.
1.Press Bake.
2. Enter cooking time. 2500 for 25 minutes.
3. Press Start. Note:
1.The temperature can be changed. To change the temperature, press Bake
twice at step 1. When the display shows SELECT COOKING TEMP, press desired
temperature pad. When adapting recipes or package directions, reduce
the suggested baking temperature by 25˚F.
2.When you bake for the first time, enter 2/3's of the usual baking time and
check carefully throughout the baking. If extra time is needed, add and
continue to check often until the desired doneness has been achieved.
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Convection Cooking
The Convection setting is used when conventional time and temperature
are desired.
During convection cooking, hot air is circulated throughout the oven cavity to
brown and crisp foods evenly. This oven can be programmed for ten different
temperatures for up to 99 minutes, 99 seconds.
To Cook With Convection
• Suppose you want to cook at 350˚F for 20 minutes.
1. Press Convec.
2. Press temperature pad.
3. Enter cooking time. 2000 for 20 minutes.
4. Press Start.
To Preheat And Cook With Convection
Your oven can be programmed to combine preheating and convection
cooking. You can preheat to the same temperature as the convection
temperature or change to a higher or lower temperature.
• Suppose you want to preheat and then cook 25 minutes at 350˚F.
1. Press Preheat.
2. Select preheat temperature.
3. Press Start for Preheat or enter cooking time for Convection. 2500
for 25 minutes.
4. Press Start. Preheat starts. No food in oven.
When the oven reaches the programmed temperature, a signal will sound
once*.
5. Open the door. Place food in the oven. Close the door. Press Start.
* If the oven door is not opened, the oven will automatically hold at the
preheat temperature for 30 minutes. After this time has elapsed, an audible
signal will sound, and the oven will turn off.
Note:
1. To program only preheat, press the Start pad after step 2. Preheating will
start. When the oven reaches the programmed temperature, follow the
indicated message.
2. To preheat and cook with the different temperatures, press Convec and
enter the temperature after Step 2.
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Microwave time cooking
Your oven can be programmed for 99 minutes 99 seconds (99.99). Always
enter the seconds after the minutes, even if they are both zeros.
• Suppose you want to cook for 5 minutes at 100%.
1. Enter cooking time. 500 for 5 minutes.
2. Press Start. To Set Power Level
There are eleven preset power levels.
Using lower power levels increases the cooking time which is recommended
for foods such as cheese, milk and long slow cooking of meats. Consult
cookbook or recipes for specific recommendations.
Press POWER
LEVEL PAD
Approximate
Percentage
of Power
Common Words
for
Power Levels
Once
100%
High
Twice
90%
3 times
80%
4 times
70%
5 times
60%
6 times
50%
7 times
40%
8 times
30%
9 times
20%
10 times
10%
11 times
0%
Medium High
Medium
Med Low/Defrost
Low
• Suppose you want to defrost for 5 minutes at 30%.
1. Enter cooking time by touching the number pads 500.
2. Press Power Level 8 times or hold down until the desired power level
appears.
3. Press Start. If you wish to know the power level, simply press Power Level. As long as
your finger is touching Power Level, the power level will be displayed.
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Automatic cooking
Speed Cooking
The 84 basic foods and 100 recipes are cooked with Viking’s new high speed
hot air system. Follow the directions below and those in the Interactive Display
to ensure perfectly cooked foods.
Caution: The oven cabinet, cavity, door, turntable, turntable support, rack
and dishes will become hot. To PREVENT BURNS, use thick oven gloves when
removing the food or turntable.
Basic Cook
The 84 preprogrammed basic foods are grilled, roasted or baked to perfection.
Note they are in nine categories. See the chart on pages 24-28 for the specific
foods. There are 2 ways to select your favorite food. One is selecting from
the food category and other is entering the specific food number.
Operation 1: Select food from the food category.
• Suppose you want to roast a 5 pound chicken.
1. To select food category, press Basic Cook repeatedly. See chart below.
Press Basic Cook 2 times to select the Poultry category. Note that the
Poultry is lighted.
2. Press the UP or DOWN arrows to select desired food. (Ex: Press the UP arrow 3 times for Chicken Whole.)
3. Press desired numbers to enter quantity. 50 for 5.0 lb.
4. Put chicken on low rack over splash guard in the oven.
5. Press Start. PRESS
BASIC COOK
FOOD CATEGORY
Once
Meats
Twice
Poultry
3 times
Fish/Seafood
4 times
Casseroles
5 times
Pizzas
6 times
Appetizers/Snacks
7 times
Pies
8 times
Desserts
9 times
Cakes/Breads
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Operation 2: Select food by entering the specific food number.
• Suppose you want to roast a 5 pound chicken (food number 17 - Chicken
Whole).
1. Press Basic Cook.
2. Enter desired food number from the chart on page 24-28. 17 to select Chicken Whole.
3. Press Enter.
4. Press desired numbers to enter quantity. 50.
5. Put chicken on low rack over splash guard in the oven.
6. Press Start. Note:
1. It may not be necessary to enter weight or quantity for some foods. It may
be necessary to select 1 level or 2 levels. Follow the Interactive Display
directions to ensure perfect cooking results.
2.The Interactive Display also advises if a high rack or low rack is needed.
3.When the indicator above
information to assist you.
HELP
is lighted, press Help for additional
4.You can adjust cooking time as you like. See Automatic Cooking Time
Adjustment on page 38.
5.The Basic Cook numbers are from 1 to 84. See pages 24-28 for the desired
basic cook and enter that number. Should you enter a number greater
than 84, the display will show ERROR.
6.If you attempt to enter more or less than the allowed amount as indicated
in chart, an error message will appear in the display.
7. Be sure to use the recommended container in the chart and Interactive
Display.
If arcing occurs, place a heat resistant dish (Pyrex pie plate, glass pizza dish
or dinner plate) between the pan and the turntable or rack. If arcing occurs
with other metal baking utensils, discontinue their use for cooking.
Basic Cook Chart
FOOD
AMT.
rack
container /
splash guard
BEEF
1 Frankfurters*
2 Hamburgers 1/4 lb each*
1 - 6 pcs
medium, well
3 Meat Loaf
4 Roast tender cut, boneless
*
2 - 6 pcs
Low
1.0 - 2.0 lb
rare, medium
2.5 - 4.0 lb
Low
Pizza pan
—
—
Yes
Glass loaf
dish
—
—
Yes
This food choice requires a preheated oven. Be sure to wait until the preheat is over before
putting the food in the oven.
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Basic Cook Chart (cont.)
FOOD
AMT.
rack
container /
splash guard
5 Steaks, bone-in 1" thick*
rare, medium
1.0 - 3.0 lb
Low
—
Yes
6 Steaks, boneless 1" thick*
rare, medium
0.5 - 2.0 lb
Low
—
Yes
7 Chops, bone-in 3/4"-1" thick
medium
0.5 - 1.5 lb
Low
—
Yes
8 Roast, boneless
medium
2.5 - 4.0 lb
Low
—
Yes
9 Chops, bone-in 1/2"-3/4" thick*
0.5 - 2.0 lb
Low
—
Yes
10 Chops, boneless 1" thick*
0.3 - 2.0 lb
Low
—
Yes
11 Roast, loin boneless*
2.0 - 3.5 lb
Low
—
Yes
12 Roast, tenderloin*
1.2 - 2.0 lb
Pizza pan
—
13 Sausage*
0.3 - 1.0 lb
Pizza pan
—
14 Smoked ham slice
1 slice
—
Yes
Pizza pan
—
LAMB
PORK
Low
CHICKEN
15 Breasts, boneless*
0.5 - 2.0 lb
16 Pieces, bone-in
0.5 - 3.0 lb
Low
­—
Yes
17 Whole
2.5 - 7.0 lb
Low
—
Yes
Pizza pan
—
2 pizza pans
—
Pizza pan
—
2 pizza pans
—
CONVENIENCE CHICKEN
18 Nuggets, frozen*
19 Nuggets, refrigerated*
20 Patties, frozen
1 level
0.3 - 1.3 lb
2 levels
1.4 - 2.0 lb
1 level
0.3 - 1.3 lb
2 levels
1.4 - 2.0 lb
1 level*
0.3 - 1.3 lb
2 levels*
1.4 - 2.0 lb
1 level*
0.3 - 1.3 lb
2 levels*
1.4 - 2.0 lb
1 level*
0.5 - 1.5 lb
2 levels*
1.6 - 3.0 lb
23 Tenders, frozen
1 level*
0.3 - 1.3 lb
2 levels*
1.4 - 2.0 lb
24 Tenders, refrigerated
1 level*
0.3 - 1.3 lb
2 levels*
1.4 - 2.0 lb
1 level*
0.5 - 2.0 lb
2 levels*
2.1 - 3.0 lb
21 Patties, refrigerated
22 Pieces, bone-in frozen
25 Wings, frozen
*
High
High
Pizza pan
High
High
High
High
High
High
2 pizza pans
—
Pizza pan
—
2 pizza pans
—
Pizza pan
—
2 pizza pans
—
Pizza pan
—
2 pizza pans
—
Pizza pan
—
2 pizza pans
—
Pizza pan
—
2 pizza pans
—
This food choice requires a preheated oven. Be sure to wait until the preheat is over before
putting the food in the oven.
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Basic Cook Chart (cont.)
FOOD
26 Wings, refrigerated
AMT.
1 level*
0.5 - 2.0 lb
2 levels*
2.1 - 3.0 lb
27 Breast, bone-in*
28 Breast, boneless
rack
container /
splash guard
Pizza pan
—
High
2 pizza pans
—
3.0 - 6.0 lb
Low
—
Yes
1.5 - 3.0 lb
Low
—
Yes
0.3 - 1.5 lb
High
Pizza pan
TURKEY
FISH/SEAFOOD
29 Fillets*
30 Pieces, prepared frozen
1 level*
0.3 - 1.5 lb
2 levels*
1.6 - 2.5 lb
High
2 pizza pans
31 Shellfish*
0.3 - 1.5 lb
High
Pizza pan
32 Steaks, 1" thick*
0.5 - 1.5 lb
High
Pizza pan
33 Sticks, prepared frozen
1 level*
0.3 - 1.3 lb
2 levels*
1.4 - 1.5 lb
34 Baked
1 level
1
35 Lasagna
2 levels
2
36 Macaroni and Cheese
1 level
1
2 levels
2
Pizza pan
Pizza pan
High
2 pizza pans
Casseroles
37 Real baked potatoes*
8" square dish
High
2 (8") square dishes
8" square dish
High
1-4
2 (8") square dishes
Pizza pan
PIZZA
38 Boboli
1 pizza
Low
39 Deli fresh*
1 pizza
Low
40 Pizza crust, from a mix*
1 pizza
Low
Pizza Pan
41 Pizza crust, refrigerated*
1 pizza
Low
Pizza Pan
42 Regular crust, frozen*
1 pizza
Low
43 Reheat, refrigerated leftover
1-4 slices
Low
44 Rising crust, frozen*
1 pizza
High
45 Bagel bites*
7 - 14 oz
Low
46 Burritos or Chimichangas*
1 - 4 pcs
47 Cheese sticks*
8 - 10 oz
48 Corn dogs*
1 - 6 pcs
49 Eggplant sticks*
6 - 10 oz
50 Egg rolls*
1 - 4 pcs
APPETIZER SNACKS FROZEN
*
Pizza pan
Pizza pan
Low
Pizza pan
Pizza pan
Low
Pizza pan
Pizza pan
This food choice requires a preheated oven. Be sure to wait until the preheat is over before
putting the food in the oven.
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Basic Cook Chart (cont.)
FOOD
51 French fries
52 Hash brown potato patties
AMT.
1 level*
0.3 - 1.0 lb
2 levels*
2.0 lb
1 level*
1 - 6 patties
2 levels*
12 patties
53 Mini egg rolls*
3 - 9 pcs
54 Mini tacos*
10 - 12 oz
rack
container
2 pizza pans
High
2 pizza pans
High
Pizza pan
Low
Pizza pan
1 level*
0.3 - 0.6 lb
Pizza pan
2 levels*
0.7 - 1.0 lb
2 pizza pans
56 Pocket sandwiches*
1 - 4 pcs
Pizza pan
57 Sausage and biscuits*
2 - 6 pcs
58 Taquitos*
24 oz
55 Onion rings*
59 Tater tots
Pizza pan
Low
Pizza pan
1 level*
0.3 - 1.0 lb
2 levels*
2.0 lb
High
2 pizza pans
12 - 15 oz
Low
Pizza pan
60 Toasted raviolis
Pizza pan
PIES
61 Cobbler, frozen
1
Low
Metal pan
62 Pie crust in glass dish*
1
Low
Glass pie plate
63 Pie crust in metal pan*
1
Low
Metal pan
64 Pie, frozen fruit
1
Low
Metal pan
65 Brownies from a mix
2 levels
High
66 Cookies, frozen baked at 350˚F
1 - 2 levels
67 Cookies, frozen baked at 375˚F*
1 - 2 levels
68 Cookies, refrigerated baked at 325˚F*
1 - 2 levels
69 Cookies, refrigerated baked at 350˚F*
1 - 2 levels
1 level
on low
rack 2
levels on
turntable
high
rack
DESSERTS
Pizza pan
Pizza pan
Pizza pan
Pizza pan
CAKE
70 Angel food cake from a mix
1
71 Bundt from a mix, baked at 350˚F
1
Low
Bundt pan
72 Bundt from a mix, baked at 375˚F
1
Low
Bundt pan
73 Layer from a mix*
1 -2 layers
74 Cupcakes from a mix*
2 levels
*
Tube pan
8" pan(s)
High
2 (6-cup) muffin pans
This food choice requires a preheated oven. Be sure to wait until the preheat is over before
putting the food in the oven.
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Basic Cook Chart (cont.)
FOOD
AMT.
rack
container
QUICK BREAD
75 Biscuits from a mix
1 level
Low
Pizza pan
76 Biscuits, frozen*
1 - 2 levels
Pizza Pan
77 Biscuits, refrigerated*
1 - 2 levels
1 level
on low
rack 2
levels on
turnable
and high
78 Crescent rolls, refrigerated
1 package
Pizza pan
79 Loaf from a mix
1 loaf
Loaf pan
80 Muffins from a mix*
2 levels
High
2 (6-cup) muffin pans
81 Sweet rolls, refrigerated*
1 package
Low
Pizza pan
82 Breadsticks, refrigerated
1 package
High
2 pizza pans
83 Garlic loaf, frozen
10 oz
Pizza pan
84 Loaf, refrigerated
1
Pizza pan
Pizza pan
YEAST BREAD
*
This food choice requires a preheated oven. Be sure to wait until the preheat is over before
putting the food in the oven.
Recipes
There are 100 great recipes in the VIKING HIGH SPEED CONVECTION OVEN
COOKBOOK. All recipes are preprogrammed with Viking’s new technology
with high speed hot air, so you can get perfect results in a shorter time. Note
they are in nine categories. See the chart on pages 30-33 and follow the
directions in the cookbook. There are 2 ways to select your favorite recipe.
One is selecting from the food category and the other is entering the specific
recipe number.
Operation 1: Select recipe from food category.
• Suppose you want to cook Deluxe Roasted Chicken.
1. To select food category, press Recipes repeatedly. See the following chart.
Press Recipes 2 times to select the Poultry category. Note that the Poultry
is lighted.
2. Press the UP or DOWN arrows to select desired recipe. (Ex: Press the UP arrow 4 times for Deluxe Roasted Chicken.)
3. Follow the display and the cookbook instructions.
4. Press Start. 28
Press RECIPES
FOOD CATEGORY
Once
Meats
Twice
Poultry
3 times
Fish/Seafood
4 times
Casseroles
5 times
Pizzas
6 times
Appetizers/Snacks
7 times
Pies
8 times
Desserts
9 times
Cakes/Breads
Operation 2: Select recipe by entering the specific recipe number.
• Suppose you want to cook Deluxe Roasted Chicken. (Recipe number 20.)
1. Press Recipes.
2. Enter desired food number from the chart. Press number 20 to select
Deluxe Roasted Chicken.
3. Press Enter.
4. Follow the display and the cookbook instructions.
5. Press Start. Note:
1. The Interactive Display also advises if a high rack or low rack is needed.
2.When the indicator above
information to assist you.
HELP
is lighted, press Help for additional
3.You can adjust cooking time as you like. See Automatic Cooking Time
Adjustment on page 38.
4.The Recipe numbers are from 1-100. See pages 30-33 for the desired
recipe and enter that number. Should you enter a number greater than
100, the display will show ERROR.
5.Be sure to use the recommended container in the cookbook and Interactive
Display. If arcing occurs, place a heat resistant dish (Pyrex pie plate, glass
pizza dish or dinner plate) between the pan and the turntable or rack. If
arcing occurs with other metal baking utensils, discontinue their use for
cooking.
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Recipes
FOOD
rack
container
splash
guard
MEAT
1 Apricot Pork Roast
Low
Yes
2 Barbecued Steaks
Low
Yes
3 Beef and Bean Wheels
Low
Pizza pan
4 Chinese Pork Chops
Low
10" square casserole
5 Crispy Franks
Low
Pizza pan
6 Glazed Ham Slice
Low
10" square casserole
7 Glazed Veal Chops
Low
Yes
8 Heavenly Hamburgers
Low
Yes
9 Meat Loaf Surprise
10 Oriental Flank Steak*
9x5" glass loaf dish
Low
11 Pork Tenderloin with Herbs
Yes
Pizza pan
12 Sour Cream Burgers
Low
13 Spareribs with Plum Glaze
Low
14 Steak Kabobs
Low
15 Sweet and Sour Lamb Chops
Low
16 Zesty Pork Tenderloin
Yes
10" square casserole
(1-2 stage)
Yes
(3-4 stage)
Yes
2 qt casserole
Pizza pan
POULTRY
17 Apple Turkey Breast
Low
18 Caribbean Chicken Breasts
Low
19 Crunchy Garlic Chicken
Low
20 Deluxe Roasted Chicken
Low
Yes
21 Herb Grilled Chicken
Low
Yes
22 Honey Mustard Drumsticks
Low
Yes
23 Mustard and Mayo Chicken
Low
24 Onion Chicken Fingers*
Low
25 Roasted Turkey Breast
Low
Yes
26 Savory Roast Chicken
Low
Yes
27 Sesame Oven-Fried Chicken
Low
28 Stuffed Chicken Breasts
*
8" square glass dish
Yes
3 qt casserole
Yes
Pizza pan
Pizza pan
8" square glass dish
This food choice requires a preheated oven. Be sure to wait until the preheat is over before
putting the food in the oven.
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Recipes (cont.)
FOOD
rack
container
FISH/SEAFOOD
29 Fish Steaks with Herbs
Low
Pizza pan
30 Italian Shrimp*
High
Pizza pan
31 Lemon buttered Sole*
Low
10" square casserole
32 Old Bay Grilled Fish*
High
Pizza pan
33 Pineapple Salsa Swordfish
Low
Pizza pan
34 Salmon with Basil Sauce
Low
Pizza pan
35 Salmon with Tomatoes*
Low
10" square casserole
36 Savory Baked Fish*
High
Pizza pan
37 Scallop Kabobs*
High
Pizza pan
38 Shrimp de Jonghe*
Low
10" round casserole
39 Spicy Shrimp*
High
Pizza pan
40 Teriyaki Fish Fillets*
High
Pizza pan
Low
9" glass pie plate
Casserole
41 Baked Shrimp Salad*
42 Chicken Linguine Casserole
8" square glass dish
43 Citrus Treasure Fish*
Low
2.5 qt casserole
44 Crustless Chicken Quiche
Low
9" pie plate
High
2 pizza pans
45 Grilled Vegetables
2 levels
46 Macaroni and Blue Cheese
47 Mexicali Corn Pudding
8" square glass dish
Low
10" square casserole
High
2 (8") square glass dishes
49 Party Roasted Potatoes
Low
Pizza pan
50 Pasta with Squash and Shallots
Low
Pizza pan
48 Mushroom Lasagna
2 levels
51 Stuffed Peppers
10" casserole
52 Tamale Casserole
2 qt casserole
PIZZA
53 Brie and Cranberry Pizza*
Low
Pizza pan
54 Chewy Pizza Bread*
Low
8" square glass dish
55 Grecian Potato Pizza*
Low
Pizza pan
56 Hail Caesar Pizza*
Low
Pizza pan
57 Hawaiian Barbeque Pizza*
Low
58 Pesto Pizza*
Low
Pizza pan
Low
9" glass pie plate
Appetizer and snacks
59 Artichoke Crab Spread*
*
This food choice requires a preheated oven. Be sure to wait until the preheat is over before
putting the food in the oven.
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Recipes (cont.)
rack
FOOD
60 Bean and Cheese Dip
container
9" glass pie plate
61 Buffalo Chicken Wings
Low
Pizza pan
62 Cheesy Spinach Nuggets2 levels
High
2 pizza pans
63 Grilled Portabella Appetizers*
Low
64 Pistachio Camembert Tart
Pizza pan
65 Rosy Baked Brie
Low
Flat glass dish
High
2 pizza pans
67 Spicy Appetizer Nuts
Low
Pizza pan
68 Veggie Nachos
Low
10" glass pie plate
69 Apple Berry Pie*
Low
9" pie plate
70 Caramel Pecan Pie*
Low
9" pie plate
71 Coconut Oatmeal Pie
Low
9" pie plate
72 Cracker Pie*
Low
9" pie plate
73 Fresh Fruit Tart*
Low
Pizza pan
74 Fudge Brownie Pie
Low
9" pie plate
75 Graham Cracker Pie*
Low
9" pie plate
66 Smoky Pigs in Blankets
2 levels
pie /pastry
76 Pear Praline Pie
9" pie plate
desserts
77 Autumn Treasure Cookies 2 levels
High
78 Baked Apples Imperial
2 pizza pans
2 qt casserole
79 Brownie Pizza*
Low
Pizza pan
High
2 pizza pans
81 Cookie Apple Cobbler*
Low
8" square glass dish
82 Gingered Peach and Pear Crisp*
Low
8" round glass dish
83 Maple Bread Pudding
Low
8" square glass dish
High
2 (8") square pans
Low
9x5" glass loaf dish
High
2 (6-cup) muffin pans
80 Carousel Crackles
84 Pumpkin Bars
2 levels
2 levels
CAKES/ BREADS
85 Banana Apricot Bran Bread
86 Banana Carrot Muffins
2 levels
87 Banana Streusel Loaf
9x5" glass loaf dish
88 Blueberry Monkey Bread
89 Cinnamon Date Scones
8" square glass dish
High
2 pizza pans
90 Cinnamon Swirl Pound Cake
Low
10" tube pan, glass plate
91 Classic Cheesecake
Low
9" round glass dish
*
2 levels
Low
This food choice requires a preheated oven. Be sure to wait until the preheat is over before
putting the food in the oven.
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Recipes (cont.)
FOOD
rack
container
92 Classic Cranberry Tea Cake
Low
12-cup bundt pan, glass plate
93 Green Onion Biscuits
Low
Pizza pan
High
2 pizza pans
Low
8" round cake pan
96 Nut Cake with Mocha Cream 2 levels
High
2 (8") round cake pans)
97 Quick Sticky Rolls
Low
8" round cake pan
94 Herb Biscuits
2 levels
95 No Knead Cheddar Dill Bread
1 level
98 Very Berry Bundt Cake
Low
10-cup bundt pan, glass plate
99 Yummy Blueberry Muffins
2 levels
High
2 (6-cup) muffin pans
100 Zucchini Muffins
2 levels
High
2 (6-cup) muffin pans
*
This food choice requires a preheated oven. Be sure to wait until the preheat is over before
putting the food in the oven.
Microwave Options
There are 17 microwave settings, including Popcorn, Reheat, Cook and Defrost.
Popcorn
The popcorn setting automatically provides the correct cooking time for
most brands of microwave popcorn. See the chart below.
• Suppose you want to pop a 3.5 ounce bag of regular popcorn.
1. Press Popcorn once.
2. Select desired type of popcorn by touching the UP or DOWN arrows.
3. Press Start. Popcorn can be programmed with Automatic Cooking Time Adjustment.
See page 38.
Use a NordicWare® two-sided bacon/meat grill (grill side) made from heavy
weight thermoset polyester when popping bagged microwave popcorn.
Popcorn Chart
AMOUNT
PROCEDURE
1 bag
Try several brands to decide which is most acceptable
for your taste. Unfold bag and place in oven according
to directions.
3.5 oz bag
(Regular)
Press Popcorn once and UP or DOWN arrows until
REGULAR 3.5 OZ is displayed.
2.85 - 3.5 oz bag
(Regular Light)
Press Popcorn once and UP or DOWN arrows until
REGULAR LIGHT 2.85 - 3.5 OZ is displayed.
1.5 - 1.75 oz
(Snack)
Press Popcorn once and UP or DOWN arrows until SNACK
1.5 - 1.75 OZ is displayed.
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Reheat / Cook
Reheat and Cook automatically compute the correct warming or cooking time
and microwave power level for foods shown in the charts on page 34-36.
• Suppose you want to heat 2 cups of soup.
1. Press Reheat once.
2. Select desired food by touching the UP or DOWN arrows.
3. Press desired number to select quantity. Press number 2 for 2 cups.
4. Press Start. Note:
1.To reheat or cook other foods above or below the quantity allowed on the
Reheat Chart or Cook Chart, cook manually.
2.You can adjust cooking result as you like. Refer to Automatic Cooking Time
Adjustment on page 38.
Reheat Chart
FOOD
AMOUNT
PROCEDURE
1. Beverage .5 - 2 cups This setting is good for restoring cooled beverage to a better drinking temperature. Stir after
heating.
2. Casserole 1 - 4 cups Use to reheat refrigerated canned or homemade
pasta with sauce or other cooked casserole. For
room temperature pasta or casserole, use Less
option. For pasta without sauce double the
quantity per setting. For example, measure 2
cups of cooked noodles and program for 1 cup.
Cover with lid or plastic wrap.
After cooking, stir and let stand, covered, 2 to
3 minutes.
3. Dinner
Plate
1 plate
(regular)
Use to reheat precooked foods from the
refrigerator. Place meaty portions and bulky
vegetables to outside of plate. Cut large items
like baked potatoes in smaller pieces. Flatten
foods such as mashed potatoes and other dense
foods. Cover with wax paper or plastic wrap.
ONE PLATE ONLY.
After cooking, check that food is very hot
throughout and that the bottom center of the
plate is very hot. If not, continue heating using
time and power level. Allow to stand, covered,
1 to 2 minutes.
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Reheat Chart (cont.)
FOOD
AMOUNT
PROCEDURE
A regular amount of food: approximately 4 oz.
sliced meat or poultry, 1/2 cup potato or rice and
1/2 cup of vegetables or equivalent.
4. Fresh
Rolls/
Muffins
1 - 6 pcs.
Use to warm rolls, muffins, biscuits, bagels etc.
Large item should be considered as 2 regular
size. Cover each roll/muffin with paper towel.
For refrigerated rolls or muffins, it may be necessary to double the entered amount to ensure the
proper serving temperature. For example, enter
quantity of 2 for 1 refrigerated muffin.
5. Soup
1 - 4 cups Place in bowl or casserole. Cover with lid or
plastic wrap. At end, stir, recover and let stand
1 to 3 minutes.
Cook Chart
FOOD
AMOUNT
PROCEDURE
1. Baked
Potatoes
1 - 4 med. Pierce with fork in several places. Place on
paper towel on turntable. After cooking,
remove from oven and let stand wrapped
in foil for 5 to 10 minutes.
2. Fresh
Vegetables
1 - 4 cups For beans, carrots, corn and peas, add 1
tablespoon of water per cup. Cover with lid.
For broccoli, Brussel sprouts, cabbage and
cauliflower, cook immediately after washing
with no additional water. Cover with plastic
wrap.
If you like tender crisp vegetables, double
measured quantity per setting. For example,
use 2 cups cauliflower and program for 1
cup. After cooking, remove from oven, stir,
cover and let stand 3 to 5 minutes before
serving.
3. Frozen
Entrees
6 - 17 oz
Use for frozen, convenience foods. It will
give satisfactory results for most brands.
You may wish to try several and choose
your favorite. Remove package from outer
wrapping and follow package directions for
covering. After cooking, let stand covered
for 1 to 3 minutes.
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Cook Chart (cont.)
FOOD
4. Frozen
Vegetables
AMOUNT
PROCEDURE
1 - 4 cups Add no water. Cover with lid or plastic wrap.
After cooking, stir and let stand, covered,
for 3 minutes.
5. Ground Meat .3 - 1.5 lb
Use this setting to cook ground beef or
turkey as patties or in a casserole to be
added to other ingredients. Place patties
on a microwave-safe rack and cover with
wax paper. Place ground meat in a casserole
and cover with wax paper or plastic wrap.
When oven stops, turn patties over or stir
meat in casserole to break up large pieces.
Recover and press Start. After cooking, let
stand, covered for 2 to 3 minutes.
Defrost
Defrost automatically defrost ground meat, steaks, chops, fish and poultry.
• Suppose you want to defrost a 2.0 lb steak.
1. Press Defrost.
2. Select desired food by touching the UP or DOWN arrows.
3. Enter weight by touching 2 and 0 for 2.0 lb steak.
4. Press Start.
The oven will stop so that the food can be checked.
5. After the 1st stage, open the door. Turn steak over and shield any warm
portions. Close the door. Press Start.
6. After the 2nd stage, open the door. Shield any warm portions. Close the
door. Press Start. 7. After defrost cycle ends, cover and let stand as indicated in the chart.
Note:
1.If you attempt to enter more or less than the allowed amount, ERROR will
appear in the display.
2.Defrost can be programmed with Automatic Cooking Time Adjustment.
See page 38.
3.To defrost other foods or foods above or below the weights allowed on
Defrost Chart below, use time and 30% power. See Manual Defrost on
page 37.
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Defrost Chart
FOOD
AMOUNT
PROCEDURE
1. Bone-in
Poultry
.5 - 3.0 lb
Arrange pieces with meatiest portions toward
outside of glass dish or microwave safe rack.
After each stage, if there are warm or thawed
portions, rearrange or remove. Let stand,
covered, for 10 to 20 minutes.
2. Boneless
Poultry
.5 - 2.0 lb
Use boneless breast of chicken or turkey.
After each stage, if there are warm or thawed
portions, rearrange or remove. Let stand,
covered, for 5 to 10 minutes.
3. Ground
Meat
.5 - 2.0 lb
Remove any thawed pieces after each stage.
Let stand, covered, 5 to 10 minutes.
4. Steaks/
Chops
.5 - 3.0 lb
After each stage of defrost cycle, rearrange and
if there are warm or thawed portions, shield
with small flat pieces of aluminum foil. Remove
any meat or fish that is nearly defrosted. Let
stand, covered, 10 to 20 minutes.
Note: Check foods when oven signals. After final stage, small sections may
still be icy. Let stand to continue thawing. Do not defrost until all ice crystals
are thawed.
Shielding prevents cooking from occurring before the center of the food
is defrosted. Use small smooth strips of aluminum foil to cover edges and
thinner sections of the food.
Manual Defrost
If the food that you wish to defrost is not listed on the Defrost Chart or is
above or below the limits in the “Amount” column on the Defrost Chart, you
need to defrost manually.
You can defrost any frozen food, either raw or previously cooked, by using
30% Power Level. See page 22. Estimate defrosting time and press Power
Level 8 times for 30% when you select the power level.
For either raw or previously cooked frozen food the rule of thumb is
approximately 4 minutes per pound. For example, defrost 4 minutes for 1
pound of frozen spaghetti sauce.
Always stop the oven periodically to remove or separate the portions that are
defrosted. If food is not defrosted at the end of the estimated defrosting time,
program the oven in 1 minute increments at 30% until totally defrosted.
When using plastic containers from the freezer, defrost only long enough to
remove from the plastic in order to place in a microwave-safe dish.
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Other Convenient Features
Demonstration Mode
To demonstrate, press Clock, the number 0 and press Start and hold for 3
seconds. DEMO ON will appear in the display. Cooking operations and specific
special features can now be demonstrated with no power in the oven. For
example, press Add a Minute and the display will show 1.00 and count down
quickly to END.
To cancel, press Clock, then the number 0 and Stop/Clear. If easier, unplug
the oven from the electrical outlet and replug.
Automatic Cooking Time Adjustment
The cooking results may slightly vary depending on room temperature,
initial food temperature and other factors. You can adjust cooking results
as you like.
More / Less Time Adjustment Before Start
Should you discover that you like any of the Automatic Cooking Options
slightly more done, press the Power Level pad once before Start.
The display will show MORE.
Should you discover that you like any of the Automatic Cooking Options
slightly less done, press the Power Level pad twice before Start.
The display will show LESS.
Extend During Cooking
Add a Minute can be used to add up to 10 minutes during cooking. Press
Add a Minute repeatedly to extend cooking time in multiples of 1 minute.
Carefully check the cooking doneness throughout the cooking time.
Extend At The Cooking End
When you open the door after the cooking, the display shows IF YOU NEED
EXTRA TIME, ENTER COOKING TIME for 3 minutes. Enter the desired cooking time and
press Start. You can add up to 9 min. 99 sec. Carefully check the cooking
progress.
Popcorn cannot have extended cooking time. Even if there are still unpopped
kernels, do not add time.
Timer
• Suppose you want to time a 3-minute long distance phone call.
1. Press Timer and number 1.
2. Enter time. 300
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Multiple Sequence Cooking
The oven can be programmed for up to 4 cooking sequences for microwave
only and 2 cooking sequences for convection.
Sometimes cooking directions tell you to start on one power level and then
change to a different power level. Your oven can do this automatically.
• Suppose you want to cook roast beef for 5 minutes at 100% and then
continue to cook for 30 minutes at 50%.
1. First press Power Level once for 100% power.
Then enter cooking time by touching number pad 500. 2. Press Power Level 6 times for 50% power.
Then enter second cooking time by touching number pad 3000.
3. Press Start. Note:
1.If Power Level is touched once, HIGH POWER will be displayed.
2.If you wish to know power level, simply press Power Level. As long as your
finger is touching Power Level, the power level will be displayed.
3.If multiple sequence cooking with convection, follow the CONVECTION
COOKING procedure on page 21 two times before touching Start.
Help
Help provides 4 features that make using your oven easy because specific
instructions are provided in the Interactive Display.
1. Child Lock
The Child Lock prevents unwanted oven operation such as by small children.
The oven can be set so that the control panel is deactivated or locked. To set,
press Help, the number 1 and then press Start. Should a pad be touched,
CHILD LOCK ON will appear in the display.
To cancel, press Help and Stop/Clear.
2. Audible Signal Elimination
If you wish to have the oven operate with no audible signals, press Help,
the number 2 and then press Stop/Clear.
To cancel and restore the audible signal, press Help, the number 2 and
then press Start.
3. Auto Start
If you wish to program your oven to begin cooking automatically at a
designated time of day, follow this procedure:
• Suppose you want to start cooking a stew for 20 minutes on 50% at 4:30.
Before setting, check to make sure the clock is showing the correct time
of day.
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1. Press Help.
2. Press number 3.
3. Enter the start time. 430
4. Press Clock.
5. Enter cooking program. Press Power Level 6 times for 50% power.
Then enter cooking time by touching number pad 2000.
6. Press Start.
Note:
1.Auto Start can be used for manual cooking if clock is set.
2.If the oven door is opened after programming Auto Start, it is necessary to
press Start for Auto Start time to appear in the readout so that the oven will
automatically begin programmed cooking at the chosen Auto Start time.
3.Be sure to choose foods that can be left in the oven safely until the Auto
Start time. Acorn or butternut squash are often a good choice.
4.If you wish to know the time of day, simply press Clock. As long as your
finger is touching Clock, the time of day will be displayed.
4. Refresh Cycle
The oven has a special catalyst which assists with smoke and odor
removal.
Use the Refresh Cycle to:
• Condition the heater before using the oven the first time.
• Remove any objectionable odor.
• Keep the catalyst in optimum condition.
Follow the procedure below. The oven temperature will be maintained at
450˚F when the refresh cycle operates.
1. Press Help.
2. Press number 4.
3. Press Start. Note:
1.Remove the turntable from the oven before the Refresh Cycle. No food
should be in the oven.
2.The Refresh Cycle is 30 minutes.
3.During the Refresh Cycle some smoke and odor may occur. Open a window
or use the ventilation fan in the room.
CAUTION:
The oven door, outer cabinet and oven cavity may be hot.
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Add A Minute
Add a Minute allows you to cook for a minute at 100% by simply touching
Add a Minute. You can also extend cooking time in multiples of 1 minute by
repeatedly touching Add a Minute during manual and automatic cooking.
Add a Minute can be used to add up to 99 minutes during manual cooking
and 10 minutes during automatic cooking.
• Suppose you want to heat a cup of soup for one minute.
Press Add a Minute.
Note:
To use Add a Minute, press pad within 3 minutes after cooking, closing the
door, touching the Stop/Clear pad or during cooking.
Help (Interactive Display)
When the indicator light above Help is flashing, press the pad to read valuable
information.
Cleaning and Care
Disconnect the power cord before cleaning or leave the door open to inactivate
the oven during cleaning.
Exterior
The outside surface is precoated metal. Clean the outside with mild soap
and water; rinse and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use any type of household
or abrasive cleaner.
Door
Wipe the window on both sides with a damp cloth to remove any spills or
spatters. Metal parts will be easier to maintain if wiped frequently with a
damp cloth. Avoid the use of spray and other harsh cleaners as they may
stain, streak or dull the door surface.
Stainless Steel
The exterior should be wiped often with a damp cloth and polished with
a soft dry cloth to maintain its beauty. There are also a variety of products
designed especially for cleaning and shining the stainless exterior of the
oven. We recommend that the cleaner be applied to a soft cloth and then
carefully used on the stainless exterior rather than sprayed directly on to it.
Follow package directions carefully.
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Touch Control Panel
Wipe the panel with a cloth dampened slightly with water only. Dry with a
soft cloth. Do not scrub or use any sort of chemical cleaners. Close door and
press Stop/Clear.
Interior - After Microwave Cooking
Cleaning is easy because no heat is generated to the interior surfaces; therefore, there is no baking and setting of spills or spattering. To clean the interior
surfaces, wipe with a soft cloth and warm water. DO NOT USE ABRASIVE OR
HARSH CLEANERS OR SCOURING PADS. For heavier soil, use mild soap;
rinse thoroughly with hot water. Do not use any chemical oven cleaners.
You may remove any lingering interior odor by using the Refresh Cycle on
page 40.
Interior - after manual/automatic speed or
convection cooking.
Spatters may occur because of moisture and grease. Wash immediately after
use with hot, soapy water. Rinse and polish dry. Harder to remove spatters
may occur if oven is not thoroughly cleaned or if there is long time/high
temperature cooking. Do not use any chemical oven cleaners.
After cleaning the interior thoroughly, residual grease may be removed from
the interior ducts and heaters by simply operating the oven with Refresh
Cycle on page 40. Ventilate the room if necessary.
Waveguide Cover
The waveguide cover is made from mica so requires special care. Keep the
waveguide cover clean to assure good oven performance. Carefully wipe with
a damp cloth any food spatters from the surface of the cover immediately
after they occur. Built-up splashes may overheat and cause smoke or possibly
catch fire. Do not remove the waveguide cover.
Accessories
The turntable, turntable support, racks and splash guard can be removed
for easy cleaning. Wash them in mild, sudsy water; for stubborn stains use a
mild cleanser and a non-abrasive scouring sponge. They are also dishwasherproof. Use upper rack of dishwasher for turntable support.
Foods with high acidity, such as tomatoes or lemons, may cause the porcelain
enamel turntable and splash guard to discolor. Do not cook highly acidic
foods directly on the turntable; if spills occur, wipe up immediately.
Special Note For Turntable Support
After cooking, always clean the turntable support, especially around the
rollers. These must be free from food splashes and grease. Built-up splashes
or grease may overheat and cause arcing, begin to smoke or catch fire.
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Specifications
AC Line Voltage:
UL Rating - Single phase 240V, 60Hz, AC only
AC Power Required:
UL Rating - Microwave 1.70 kw, 7.9 amps.
UL Rating - Convection 3.10 kw, 14.2 amps. UL Rating - Speed Cooking 3.20 kw, 12.8 amps.
Output Power
Microwave:
Top Heater:
Side Heater:
1000 watts*
1500 watts
1200 watts
Frequency:
2450 MHz
Outside Dimensions:
21 7/32"(W) x 19 9/32"(H) x 26 7/32"(D)
Cavity Dimensions:
16 1/8"(W) x 8 3/8"(H) x 13 5/8"(D)
Oven Capacity:**
1.1 Cu. Ft.
Cooking Uniformity:
Turntable
Weight:
Approx. 98 lb
* The International Electrotechnical Commission’s standardized method for
measuring output wattage. This test method is widely recognized.
** Internal capacity is calculated by measuring maximum width, depth and
height. Actual capacity for holding food is less.
In compliance with standards set by:
FCC – Federal Communications Commission Authorized.
DHHS
– Complies with Department of Health and Human Services
(DHHS) rule, CFR, Title 21, Chapter I, Subchapter J.
– This symbol on the nameplate means the product is listed by
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. for use in USA or Canada.
NHW
– Department of National Health and Welfare of Canada.
This oven is listed by the Canadian Standard Association as certified.
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Service Call Check
Please check the following before calling for service:
1.Place one cup of water in a glass measuring cup in the oven and close the
door securely.
Operate the oven for one minute at HIGH 100%.
A Does the oven light come on?
YES _____ NO _____
B Does the cooling fan work?
YES _____ NO _____
(Put your hand over the rear ventilating openings.)
C Does the turntable rotate?
YES _____ NO _____
(It is normal for the turntable to turn in either direction.)
D Is the water in the oven warm?
YES _____ NO _____
2.Remove water from the oven and operate the oven for 5 minutes at
Convection 450˚F.
A Do CONVEC and COOK indicators light?
YES _____ NO _____
B After the oven shuts off, is inside of the
oven hot?
YES _____ NO _____
If “NO” is the answer to any of the above questions, please check
electrical outlet, fuse and/or circuit breaker. If they are functioning properly,
CONTACT YOUR NEAREST VIKING AUTHORIZED SERVICER.
A oven should never be serviced by a “do-it-yourself” repair person.
Note:
1.If time appearing in the display is counting down very rapidly, check
Demonstration Mode on page 38 and cancel.
2.After cooking, the cooling fan may switch on to cool the oven cavity. When
the cooling fan is on, the display may show “NOW COOLING” and you
will hear the sound of the cooling fan.
3.Your oven has a voltage check function. If the voltage rises above 7% or
falls below 10% of the needed 240 volts, the cooking results would not
be acceptable; therefore the oven will stop, display an error message and
interrupt the cooking program. Press STOP/CLEAR and complete the
cooking manually. It is imperative that the power to the oven be checked
to ensure that a 240 volt circuit is serving the oven.
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High Speed CONVECTION Oven Warranty
ONE YEAR FULL WARRANTY
Viking High Speed Convection Oven and all of their component parts and accessories, except as detailed
below*, are warranted to be free from defective materials or workmanship in normal household use for
a period of twelve (12) months from the date of original retail purchase. Viking Range Corporation, warrantor, agrees to repair or replace, at its option, any part which fails or is found to be defective during
the warranty period.
Glass (including light bulbs), painted and decorative items are warranted to be free from defective
materials or workmanship for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of original retail purchase. ANY
DEFECTS MUST BE REPORTED TO THE SELLING DEALER WITHIN NINETY (90) DAYS FROM DATE OF
ORIGINAL RETAIL PURCHASE.
FIVE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
If the magnetron tube fails due to defective materials or workmanship in normal household use during
the second through fifth year from the date of original retail purchase it will be repaired or replaced, free
of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor.
This warranty extends to the original purchaser of the product warranted hereunder and to each transferee
owner of the product during the term of the warranty.
This warranty shall apply to products purchased and located here in the United States and Canada.
Products must be purchased in the country where service is requested. Warranty labor shall be performed
by an authorized Viking Range Corporation service agency or representative. Warranty shall not apply
to damage resulting from abuse, accident, natural disaster, loss of electrical power to the product for
any reason, alteration, outdoor use, improper installation, improper operation or repair or service of the
product by anyone other than an authorized Viking Range Corporation service agency or representative.
This warranty does not apply to commercial usage. Warrantor is not responsible for consequential or
incidental damage whether arising out of breach of warranty, breach of contract, or otherwise. Some
jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental of consequential damages, so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
Owner shall be responsible for proper installation, providing normal care and maintenance, providing proof
of purchase upon request, and making the appliance reasonably accessible for service. If the product or
one of its component parts contains a defect or malfunction during the warranty period, after a reasonable
number of attempts by the warrantor to remedy the defects or malfunctions, the owner is entitled to either
a refund or replacement of the product or its component part or parts. Warrantor’s liability on any claim
of any kind, with respect to the goods or services covered hereunder, shall in no case exceed the price of
the goods or service or part thereof which gives rise to the claim.
WARRANTY SERVICE: Under the terms of this warranty, service must be performed by a factory authorized
Viking Range Corporation service agent or representative. Service will be provided during normal business
hours, and labor performed at overtime or premium rates shall not be covered by this warranty. To obtain
warranty service, contact the dealer from whom the product was purchased, an authorized Viking Range
Corporation service agent, or Viking Range Corporation. Provide model and serial number and date of
original purchase. For the name of your nearest authorized Viking Range Corporation service agency,
call the dealer from whom the product was purchased or Viking Range Corporation. IMPORTANT: Retain proof of original purchase to establish warranty period.
The return of the Owner Registration Card is not a condition of warranty coverage. You should, however,
return the Owner Registration Card so that Viking Range Corporation can contact you should any question
or safety arise which could affect you.
Any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness applicable to the above described elements or parts
are limited in duration to the period of coverage of the applicable express written limited warranties set
forth above. Some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the
above limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also
have other rights which may vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
Viking Range Corporation
111 Front Street
Greenwood, Mississippi (MS) 38930 USA (888) 845-4641
Specifications subject to change without notice
For more product information, call 1-888-VIKING1 (845-4641)
or visit the Viking Web site at vikingrange.com
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