Whirlpool MIcrowave Ovens User's Manual

Model MW8750XP
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Parts Ind 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
WC!
Iwave Oven Controls
Setll g t’7e Clock
‘Jsin ; the Minute Timer
!Coc ing in One Cycle
HI ,h Cook Power
Lc ver Cook Powers
;Iefr sting
Coo Ing In Two Cycles
Usin’ _ PAUSE
Cool ing Automatically
after
De-rostlng
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Page
Using KEEP WARM
16
17
Cooking with the Temp’erature Probe
Delayed Start
19
Changing
or Adding Instructions
21
21
Cancelling
Instructions
Programming
Tone
22
Other Operating
Hints
22
Bi-Level Cooklng Rack
23
Operating
Safety Precautions
23
Installation
Instructions
25
Grounding
Instructions
26
27
Building in Your Microwave
Oven
27
Caring for Your Microwave
Oven
27
Cleaning
the Microwave
Oven
27
Replacing
the Light Bulb
How Your Microwave
Oven Works
28
If You Need Service or Assistance
29
29
I. Before Calling for Assistance
29
2 If You Need Assista.nce
3 If You Need Service
30
4 If You Have a Problem
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COOKING RACK
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MODEL
NUMBER PLATE
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C’opy your Model and Skial
Numbers here...
If You jeed service or call with a question, have
this InformatIon ready,
1 Complete
Model and Serial Numbers (from the
plate just behind the mlcrowave
oven door on
the oven frame)
2 Purchase
date
from sales
slip
Copy this information in thesespaces
Keepthls
book, your warranb
and sales slip together in a
handy place. There is no warranty registration to
return Proof-of-purchase
IS all that IS required for
in-warranty
sewice
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Model
Serial
Number
Number
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Purchase Dale
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Service Company
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Phone Number
Fill out and return the “Microwave
Registration
Card” attached
to the oven door. If the card is
missing, please send the model number of your microwave
oven, with your name and address to...
WhIrlpool Corporation
Microwave
Reglstratlon
Adminlstratlve
Center
2000 US 33 North
Benton Harbor, Michigan
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Department
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Before you install your microwave oven
Read and carefully follow the “INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS”
found on page 2501 this “Use & Care Guide!’
Before you use your microwave oven
Read this “Use & Care Guide” carefully for important
Store In a conventent
place for future use
use and safety information
It is your personal
responsibility
and obligation
to be sure your microwave
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.
l Has been
Installed on a surface strong enough to support Its weight
l Has been
properly connected
to electrical
supply and grounded,
(See “Installation
Instructions:‘)
l Is not used by children
or anyone unable to operate it properly,
l Is properly
maintained.
l Is used only for jobs expected
of a home microwave
oven.
oven:
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PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
MICROWAVE ENERGY...
DO NOT attempt to operate this oven with the door
open since open-door
operation can result in harmful exposure to microwave
energy. It is important not to
defeat or tamper with the
safety interlocks.
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
[I) Door (bent),
[2) Hinges and latches
(broken or loosened),
(3) Door seals and sealing
surfaces.
DO NOT operate
the microwave oven if the door
glass 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.
3
MicmJwave ovens have been used successfully
in homes for a number of years.
They are thoroughly
tested for safe and efficient operation.
However, as with
any appliance,
there are special installation
and safety precautions
which must
be followed to ensure safe and satisfactory
operation
and prevent damage to
the uni+
WARNING - To reduce
fire. injury
1. Ciea.
appllar
,Ccli
to persons
nstrui‘!lons
before
or exposure
using
on page, 3
3. This capllance
must be grounded. Connect onli to properly grounded
outlet. See
“GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS”
found on
page 2c
4. lnstal or locate this appliance
only in
accordance
with the provided
“INSTALLAfound on page25
TION INSTRUCTIONS”
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
7. As with any appliance,
close supervlsion IS necessary when used by children.
operate this appliance
if it has a
cord or plug, if it is not working
or if it has been damaged
or
Electric shock, fire or other hazresult.
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 damage
shock may result.
to the
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
instructions
on page 27
16. To reduce the risk of fire in the oven
cavity:
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.
b. 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, foil-lining, staples, metallic
glaze or trim]. Test dinnerware
or cookware
before using. See page23.
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
PRECAUTIONS”
starting
on
for fire may result.
SAVE THESE
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11. Do not use outdoors
oven or electric
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2. Reac ana follow the specific “PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE
MICROWAVE
ENERGY” found
8. Do not
damaged
properly,
dropped.
ards may
the risk of burns. electnc
shock,
to excessive
microwave
energy
INSTRUCTIONS
“OPERATING
SAFETY
on page 23,
Using your microwave oven
The Control
Panel ON/OFF switch
must be in the “ON” position
to cook.
See page
7.
Microwave oven controls
There are three parts In the control section
-The Digital Drsplay! Clock,
-Command
Pads and Slgnal Lights
- Number Pads
Instructions for each control are covered on the
following pages. Read them carefully.
When You first plug In the oven, the Display
will show 88 88 If after You set the Clock
(page 6), the Display
means your electricity
Reset the Clock
again shows all 8’s. It
was off for a while
One note The Command
and Number
Pads are not buttons. You don’t have to
push them
just touch them
Digital
display/clock
m
When you are not
using the mlcrowave
oven, this IS on accurate dtgital clock
When You are ustng the microwave
oven
this displays time settings and shows You
what number pads You touched
Command
pads and signal lights
Touch Command Pads to tell
the mrcrowave
oven what to do
and in what order
A few examples
-CLOCK SET tells
See page 22 for tnformation
hear when touching any pad
on the tone you
Each Command
Pad [except START and
CANCEL) lights a Signal Light.The Signal Light
comes on when you touch the Command
Pad.
While the oven IS running, a Signal Light
(or lights) will be on to show what the oven
is doing
Number
pads
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temperature
Control
Panel ON /OFF Switch
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1
Setting the clock
When the oven is first plugged
in, the Display shows 88:88. If the electric power ever
goes off the Display will also show all 8’s when the power comes back on.
You can cook or use the Minute Timer without setting the clock, but the display will be
blank after cooking
The oven door must be closed before setting the clock.
DO THIS...
THIS HAPPENS...
q
.
1.
Touch CLOCK SET.
The Signal Light on the CLOCK SET pad WIII
come on Start touchrng number pads for the
desired trme within 5 seconds The Display
WIII show a “0 ”
The Display will show what numbers you
touched in the order you touched them.
This example
shows 3:25.
2.
Touch Number Pads for
the correct time of day.
The Clock IS set when the CLOCK SET Signal
Light goes off
3.
The Display will flash on and off if you have
touched in an incorrect time such as 12:65
Touch START.
Using the minute timer
TheMlnute~merdoesnotstartorstopcooking;itworksIikea
minutesorsecondsandyouwill
heara beepwhenthesettime
must be closed before setting the Minute Timer.
DO THIS...
THIS HAPPENS...
The MINUTE TIMER Signal Light WIII come on
and the Display will show a “0 ” Within 5
seconds start touching number pads for
the desired time
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1.
2.
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Touch MINUTE TIMER.
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The Display will show what numbers you
touched in the order you touched them.
This example
shows 1 minute, 45 seconds.
Touch Number Pads for
minutes and seconds.
The MINUTE TIMER Signal Light WIII stay on to
show that the Minute Timer IS running
3.
m
Touch START.
count
down
P
gEE
The Display counts down the seconds to
show how much time IS left on the Minute
Timer
When the set time IS up, you will hear a long
beep and the Display will show the time of
day
Use the Minute Timer alone or while the oven IS in use Opening the oven door does
not stop the Minute rimer countdown;
however, It does stop any cooking or defrosting
Close the door and touch START to continue cooking or defrosting
Changing
Cancelling
the minute timer
Touch MINUTE TIMER, number pods to set the
time, and START New instructions cancel the
old ones
the minute timer
Touch MINUTE TIMER, then CANCEL at any
time. Touch CANCEL again to erase all
cooking instructions.
The control panel ON/OFF switch
Just inside the microwave
oven door, on the
control panel frame, IS a switch The switch IS
designed
to keep “busy little fingers” from
using the oven
When the switch IS OFF, the Clock and
Minute nmer wtll work, but the QUICK DEFROST
and COOK CYCLES can’t be used The switch
must be ON to cook In the microwave
oven
Cooking in one cycle
Follow these steps to cook at one Dower level
High cook power
DO THIS...
1.
THIS HAPPENS...
Put food in the oven and
close the door.
The COOK CYCLE 1 Signal Light will come
on and the Display will show four O’s
2.
Touch COOK CYCLE 1.
The Display will show the numbers you
touched in the order you touched them.
This example
shows 1 minute, 30 seconds.
3.
Touch Number Pads for
the cooking time you
want.
The oven will automatically
4.
on page
at high Cook Power.
The COOK CYCLE 1 Signal Light will stay on
to show that the oven IS cooking in the first
cycle
Touch START.
(continued
cook
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7
count
down
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Changing
the cooking
The Display counts down the time to show
how much cooking time is left in the first
cycle
When the cooking time ends You will hear
4 beeps (You con stop the beeping
by
opening the oven door or touchrng CANCEL ) When the beeping
stops, the Display
will show the time of day
time
YOU can change
the cooking time anytime during the cycle.
1 Touch COOK CYCLE 1
2 Touch numbers for new time
3 Touch START
COOK CYCLE 1 will continue cooking for the new time
lower
cook
powers
For best results, some recipes toll for lower Cook Powers. The lower the Cook Power,
the slower the cooking. Each Number Pad on your microwave
oven stands for a
different percentage
of Cook Power. Many recipes in your MICRO MENUS* Cookbook
tell you, by number, which Cook Powerto use. Recipes in other books and magazines
may tell you by name (HI, MED, LO, etc.] or percentage
(IO’%, 50%, 80%, etc.)
The following char-t gives you the percentage
of Cook Power each Number Pad
stands for, and Cook Power name usually used.
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automatic 100% of full power HIGH
4 ~~ 40% of full power
9046 of full power
3
9
30% of full power MED-LOW
8
80% of full power
2
20% of full power
70% of full power MED-HIGH
7
1 ~~ 10% of full power LOW
60% of full power
6
0 ~ no power (fan and light
50% of full power MED
5
will be off]
DO THIS...
1.
THIS HAPPENS...
Put food in the oven and
close the door.
The COOK CYCLE 1 Signal Light will come
on and the Display will show four O’s
2.
Touch COOK CYCLE 1.
The Display will show the numbers you
touched in the order you touched them.
This example
shows 7 minutes, 30 seconds
3.
Touch Number Pads for
the cooking time you
want.
The COOK POWER Signal Light will come
and the Display will show two O’s
4.
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Touch COOK POWER.
on
The display will show what you touched
This example
shows 50% of full power.
Touch a Number Pad for
the Cook Power you
want.
Touch START.
Changing
l
cook
count
down
The COOK CYCLE 1 and COOK POWER Slgnal Lights WII stay on to show that the oven
is cooklng in the first cycle at a Cook
Power other than high
The Display counts down the time to show
how much cooking time IS left In the flrsl
cycle
For 2 of every 10 seconds, the Display WIII
show the Cook Power you selected
When the cooklng time ends. you will hear
4 beeps (You can stop the beeping
by
opening the door or by touching CANCEL )
When the beeping
stops, the Display WIII
show the time of day
powers
Cook Power can be changed
at any time during the cooking cycle
-Touch COOK POWER
-Touch a number for the new Cook Power
-Touch START The cycle will cook at the new Cook Power for the original time
OR...
-Touch COOK POWER twice If you want to change a lower Cook Power to high
-Touch START
Defrosting Use QUICK DEFROST to thaw frozen food before cooktng
For suggested
defrost times, see
the guide on the Inside of the oven door or the chart in your MICRO MENUS* Cookbook
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THIS HAPPENS...
DO THIS...
1.
Put frozen food in the
oven and close the
door.
The QUICK DEFROST Signal Light will come
on and the Display will show four O’s
2.
Touch QUICK DEFROST.
The Display will show the numbers you
touched in the order you touched them.
This example
shows 2 minutes, 30 seconds
3.
Touch Number Pads for
the defrosting
time you
want.
(continued
on page
10)
9
The QUICK DEFROST Signal Light will stay on
to show that the oven is in the QUICK
DEFROST Cycle.
4.
Touch START.
count
down
The Display counts down the time to show
how much defrosting time is left.
When the defrost time ends, you will hear 4
beeps. [You can stop the beeping
by
opening the oven door or touching
CANCEL.) When the beeping
stops, the
Dtsplay will show the time of day
Standing
time
For best results, allow the food to stand for a while after defrosting. This helps equalize
the temperature
of the food to provide more even defrosting.
When COOK CYCLE 1 follows QUICK DEFROST, the oven automatically
provides a
standing time equal to the time touched in for QUICK DEFROST. COOK CYCLE 1 will
begin after the automatic
standing time
For a different standing time:
1 Touch QUICK DEFROST and desired time
2 Touch COOK CYCLE 2.
3 Touch numbers for desrred standing time
4 Touch COOK POWER.
5 Touch “0” for zero Cook Power
6 Touch START
When the QUICK DEFROST is over, the oven will shut off. The Display will count down
the time for COOK CYCLE 2 at zero Cook Power. You will hear 4 beeps when the
standing time IS over
About
the “QUICK
DEFROST” Cycle
The microwave
oven automatically
divrdes the time set for
Cycle into three equal parts
- Frrst part
-Second
part
-Third part
This automatic
step-down
in Cook Power is an important’part
Cycle It helps defrost food quickly and completely
Changing
or adding
defrost
the QUICK DEFROST
80% of full Cook Power,
50% of full Cook Power;
20% of full Cook Power.
of the QUICK DEFROST
time
You can change the time setting any time while the QUICK DEFROST Cycle is
operating.
1 Touch QUICK DEFROST.
2 Touch numbers for the new time
3 Touch START.
Any new time settlng made while QUICK DEFROST is operating
will continue the
defrostlng
only at 20% ot full Cook Power.
The best time to change the setting is near the end of the QUICK DEFROST Cycle,
1 Open the door.
2 Check the food with long-tined
fork; if center area is hard frozen, set additional
time Remember
that standing time will further defrost the food.
3. Close the door and touch START to continue the cycle if no additional
time is
needed.
4. Or, touch in new instructions if additional
time is needed.
Cooking in two cycles
For best results, some recipes call for one Cook Power for a certain length of time, and
another Cook Power for another length of time Your microwave
oven can be set to change
from one to another automatically.
THIS HAPPENS.. .
DO THIS...
1.
Put food In the oven
and close the door.
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The COOK CYCLE 1 Signal Light will come
on and the Display will show four O’s
2.
Touch COOK CYCLE 1.
The Drsplay WIII show the numbers you
touched in the order you touched them.
Thus example
shows 3 mtnutes, 25 seconds
3.
Touch Number Pads for
the cooking tlme you
want In the first cycle.
The COOK POWER Signal Light wtll come
and the Display WIII show two O’s
4.
Touch COOK POWER. (It
you want the hlgh Cook
Power, sklp to step 6.)
5.
Touch a Number Pad for
The Cook Power you
want In the first cycle.
on
The COOK CYCLE 2 Signal Light will
come on and the Display will show four
O’s
6.
Touch COOK CYCLE 2.
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The Display will show the numbers you
touched in the order you touched them.
This example
shows 4 minutes, 30 seconds
7.
Touch Number Pads for
the cooking time you
want In the second
cycle.
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on page
12)
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The COOK POWER Signal Light will come
and the Display will show two O’s
on
Touch COOK POWER. (It
you want the hlgh Cook
Power, sklp to step 10.)
Touch a Number Pad for
the Cook Power you
want In the second
cycle.
10. Touch START.
than high
count
down
count
down
Changing
or adding
All other Signal
Lights will go off
The Drsplay counts down the cooking time
to show how much time is left in each
cycle
For 2 of every 10 seconds of countdown,
the Display wtll show the Cook Power you
selected, if you are using a Cook Power
other than high
You will hear one beep at the end of COOK
CYCLE 1 You can either open the door to
check the food, or you can let the oven
start the next cycle If you do open the
door, touch START after closing the door to
other than high
The Display counts down the time to show
how much time IS left in the second cycle
In 2 out of every 10 seconds, the Display will
show the Cook Power you selected
if you are
using a Cook Power other than high.
When the last cvcle ends vou will hear
4 beeps. [You can stop the beeping
by
opening the door or touching CANCEL.) When
the beeping
stopsthe
Display will show the
time of day
instructions
You can change times, Cook Powers, or add COOK CYCLE 2 at anytime during oven
operation.
1 Touch the Cook Cycle you wish to change or add (COOK CYCLE 1 or 2).
2 Touch numbers for new time, if desired.
3 Touch COOK POWER, if desired.
4 Touch number for new Cook Power or touch COOK POWER again if high is desired
5 Touch START
12
Using “PAUSE"
For best results, some recipes call for stirring, turning, or adding ingredients
during
cooking. Your microwave
oven can be set to pause between COOK CYCLE 1 and 2 to
give you time to stir or turn the food, or to add ingredients
DO THIS...
THIS HAPPENS . . .
Put food In the oven and
close the door.
Touch in desired cooking instructions
for
COOK CYCLE 1 (page 11).
q
The PAUSE Signal Lrght will come on and
the Display will show the Cook Power you
selected
for COOK CYCLE 1 (if other than
high), or the time selected
for the COOK
mm
CYCLE1
4
Touch PAUSE.
Touch In desired cooking lnstructlons
tor
COOK CYCLE 2 (page
11).
When COOK CYCLE 1 IS over, you will hear
one beep. The oven will shut off
The PAUSE and COOK CYCLE 2 Signal Lights
will come on The Display will show the
time set for COOK CYCLE 2
Touch START.
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Open the door
Close the door
Stir, turn or add
ingredients
Touch START to continue wrth COOK CYCLE 2
The oven will remaln off until you touch
START.
Adding
“PAUSE”
The PAUSE can be added
to be a COOK CYCLE 2
1 Touch PAUSE
2 Touch START
while the oven IS operating
In COOK CYCLE 1, and tf there is
The mrcrowave
oven WIII stop automatrcally
after COOK CYCLE 1 You will hear one
beep COOK CYCLE 2 WIII not begin until START IS touched
If COOK CYCLE 2 has already
started, PAUSE cannot be added
Open the oven door
to stop cookrng, stir or turn food, close the door and touch START
Cooking automatically
after defrosting
The controls can be set so the mrcrowave
the Cook Cycles you have touched in
DO THIS...
1.
oven goes automatically
from
defrosting
to
THIS HAPPENS...
Put frozen food in the
oven and close the door.
The QUICK DEFROST Signal Ltght will come
on and the Display will show four O’s
2.
Touch QUICK DEFROST.
The Drsplay wail show the numbers you
touched in the order you touched them.
This example
shows 2 mrnuies, 30 seconds
3.
Touch Number Pads for
defrosting
time you
want.
The COOK CYCLE 1 Signal Light will come
on and the Display will show four O’s
4.
Touch COOK CYCLE 1.
The Display will show the numbers you
touched in the order you touched them.
This example
shows 3 minutes, 25 seconds.
5.
Touch Number Pads for
the cooklng time you
want In the first cycle.
The COOK POWER Signal Light will come
and the Display will show two O’s
6.
Touch COOK POWER.
(Options:
Sklp to step 8 it
you want the first cycle to
cook at hlgh power. Skip
to step 12 It you want only
one cycle at high power.)
7.
Touch a Number Pad for
the Cook Power you
want In the first cooking
cycle.
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on
The COOK CYCLE 2 Signal Light WIII come
on and the Drsplay will show four O’s
8.
Touch COOK CYCLE 2.
(Optlon: Touch START if
cooklng In only one
cycle after defrosting.)
The Display WIII show the numbers you
touched in the order you touched them.
This examole
shows 4 minutes 30 seconds
9.
Touch Number Pads for
the cooking time you
want In the second
cooklng cycle.
The COOK POWER Srgnal Ltght will come
and the Display WIII show two 0 s
on
(10. Touch COOK POWER.
(Option: Sklp to step 12
if you want the second
cycle to cook at high
power.)
The Display will show what you touched
This example
shows 40% of full power
11. Touch
a Number Pad
for the Cook Power
you want in the
second cooking
cycle.
When you touch START the QUICK DEFROSl
Srgnal Light will stay on All other Signal
Lights WIII go off
12.Touch
START.
count
down
The Display counts down the time to show
how much time IS left in the defrost Cycle
When the defrost time ends, the microwave
oven automatrcally
lets the food stand for
the same amount of time used for detrosting. The QUICK DEFROST Signal Light stays
on and the Display counts down the standing time During the countdown
the oven
will be dark and the fan will be off.
When the standing time IS over, you will
hear a beep and the first cooking cycle
will start
(continued
on page
16)
15
The Display counts down the trme to show
how much time IS left In the first cooking
cycle
count
down
For 2 of every 10 seconds, the Display will
show the Cook Power you selected
If You
are using a Cook Power other than high
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When the first cooklng
hear a beep
cycle
ends You WIII
The second cookrng cycle will start (If
only one cooklng cycle IS used. you will
hear 4 beeps and the oven will stop ]
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The COOK CYCLE 2 Signal Light will be on
during the second cooking cycle. The
COOK POWER Light will also be on if you
are uslng a Cook Power other than high.
count
down
The Drsplay counts down the time to show
how much cooking trme IS left in the
second cycle
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When COOK CYCLE 2 ends, You will hear 4
beeps [You can stop the beeping
by
opening the oven door or touching CANCEL ) When the beeping
stops, the Drsplay
will show the time of day
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Standing time provides
more even
defrosting
and cooking because
it allows food temperature
to even
out.
To skip the automatic
standing time:
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Instruct the microwave
oven to
defrost in QUICK DEFROST and to cook
In COOK CYCLE 2.
Using “KEEP WARM”
Hot, cooked foods can be safely kept warm in your microwave
oven for up to 99
minutes, 99 seconds (about 1 hour, 40 minutes). KEEPWARM can be used by itself, or it
can automatically
follow a cooking cycle, or PROBE TEMP
THIS HAPPENS...
DO THIS...
1.
2.
3.
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Put cooked,
hot food
oven and close door.
Touch
KEEP WARM.
in
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1
B!i!iB
Touch
START.
The KEEP WARM Srgnal Light WIII come
The Drsplay will show the time of day
on
The KEEP WARM Signal Light will stay on The
oven light WIII be on and the fan wtll run
-KEEP WARM operates for up to 99 minutes, 99 seconds
-Opening
the oven door cancels KEEP WARM CLOSE the door and touch KEEP WARM, then
START if additional
KEEP WARM time is desired
- Foods cooked covered should be covered
during KEEP WARM
- Pastry items [pies, turnovers, etc.) should be uncovered
during KEEP WARM.
-Complete
meals kept warm on a dinner plate should be covered
during KEEP WARM
-The use of more than one complete
KEEP WARM (about 1 hour, 40 minutes] is not
recommended
The quality of some foods will suffer with extended
time
To automatically
follow
another
cycle
l While
you are touching in cooking instructions,
touch KEEP WARM before touching
start.
l After
the oven starts operating,
touch KEEP WARM and then START.
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cycle is over you will hear 4 beeps. The KEEP WARM Signal
Light will come on and the oven will continue to run.
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KEEP WARM will not directly follow QUICK DEFROST.It will follow any cooking cycle
that follows QUICK DEFROST,or will follow PROBE TEMP
Cooking with the TEMPERATIJRE
PROBE
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.
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Temperature settings are prrnted on the Number Pads.
DO THIS...
1. Insert
at least I 3 of the
temperature
probe into
the food
2. Place food In the oven
and plug the probe into
the socket on the oven
wall
3. Make sure the probe
does not touch any
part of the oven interior.
Close the door.
THIS HAPPENS...
DO THIS...
The PROBE TEMP Signal Light will come on
and the Display will show two 0’s.
4.
5.
Touch PROBE TEMP.
Touch a Number Pad
for the desired final
temperature.
The Display will show the number you
touched. This example
uses 6, or a final
cooked temperature
of aboutl50-F
(66-C). The O.means the food is still cold
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on page
18)
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The COOK POWER Signal Light will come
and the Display will show two 0’s.
6.
on
Touch COOK POWER. (Option: Touch START if you
want to use high power.)
The Display will show what you touched
This example
shows 60% of full power.
7.
Touch the Number Pad for
the Cook Power you want.
8.
Touch START.
For 2 of every 10 seconds, the Display will
show the Cook Power you selected, if you
are using a Cook Power other than high.
When the probe senses the temperature
you selected, the oven shuts off and you
will hear 4 beeps. (You can stop the beeping by opening the oven door or touching
CANCEL.) When the beeping stops, the
Display will show the time of day.
Hints for using the temperature
probe
DO...
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use hot pads when removing probe from
food or food from oven.
stir foods during 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 decide to cook it longer.
DON’T...
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let probe or probe cable touch any part of
the oven interior.
let probe touch foil (if used). Foil can be
kept away from probe with wooden toothpicks. Remove foil if arcing occurs.
use paper, plastic wrap or plastic containers. They will be in the oven too long.
use probe in regular oven.
force probe into frozen food.
use probe for foods that need to simmer,
Changing
l
the temperature
setting
When using the Temperature
Probe, PROBE TEMP settings can be changed
before
or during operation:
-Touch PROBE TEMP
-Touch number for new temperature
-Touch START.The oven will continue cooklng to the new temperature
If the new
temperature
is lower than the temperature
of the food, the oven WIII shut off
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 a 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 made from precooked
foods. Do not use raw meats. raw 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 are 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 same rate.
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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 roasts may vary In size.
shape and composition.
Use the timings for
minutes per pound as a guideline as well as
the Temperature Probe.
Starchy vegetables
tend to stick to the Temperature Probe.
the probe
1 Remove probe from microwave
oven using hot pads.
2. Wipe probe with a hot sudsy cloth. Use a plastic scouring pad to remove
3 Probe may be placed in the silverware basket of the dishwasher
stubborn
foods,
Delayed Start
The microwave
oven can be set to start automatically
when you are not at home
Use COOK CYCLE 1 at “0” Cook Power to delay the start of COOK CYCLE 2 for up to 99
minutes, 99 seconds.
THIS HAPPENS...
DO THIS...
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1.
Put In food and close
the door. See CAUTION
below.
.
.
Jil
2.
Touch
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(connnuea
.
The COOK CYCLE 1 Signal Ltght WIII come
on and the Dtsplay wtll show four O’s
COOK
CYCLE
on page
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1.
3.
The Display will show the numbers you
touched in the order you touched them.
This example
shows 60 minutes, (1 hour).
Touch number pads for
the length of delay you
want.
The COOK POWER Signal Light will come
and the Display will show two O’s
4.
Touch COOK POWER.
5.
Touch “0”number
6.
Iiia
pad.
The COOK CYCLE 2 Signal Light will come
on and the Display will show four O’s
. .
7.
on
Touch COOK CYCLE 2.
Touch in the cooking
and Cook Power.
time
The Signal Lights and Display will show the
same rnformatron as “Cooking
In Two
Cycles” during operation
During COOK
CYCLE 1 the oven will be off, but the Display
will count down the set time
DO NOT TOUCH IN “PAUSE.”
Extra Informatlon:
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You can’t touch in more than 99 minutes. 99 seconds of delay in COOK
CYCLE 1.
If you open the door before the oven
begins to cook, be sure to retouch
START.
CALCIION:
Use foods that will not go bad or spoil
while waiting for cooking to start. Avoid
using dishes with mrlk or eggs, cream
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soups, cooked meats, poultry or fish, or
any item with baking powder or yeast.
Smoked or frozen meats may be used;
so can vegetables,
fruitsand casseroletype foods.
Any food that has to wait for cooking
to start should be very cold or frozen
before it is put in the oven. MOST
UNFROZEN FOODS SHOULD NEVER STAND
MORE THAN TWO HOURS BE&f?E COOKING STARTS.
Changing
or adding
instructions
Your mIcrowave oven ISdesigned to let you change your Tlnd while you are touching in
Instructions, or-,d to let you change instructIons after you have started the oven
l Yob can change
the Minute Tlmer at any time during its OperatiOrI
- Touch MINUTE TIMER.
- Touch in new time.
- Touch START. The new time will start counting down.
Thus is also true when using the Minute Timer during cooking or defrosting operations
l KEEP WARM can
be used by itself or it can be added at any time:
- Touch KEEP WARM.
- Touch START.
- If used by itself, KEEP WARM will start.
- If added to cooking operations, KEEP WARM will start after the last cooking cycle, or
PROBE TEMP
l PAUSE can
be added only if both COOK CYCLE 1 and 2 are used, and then only
before COOK CYCLE 1 ends
- Touch PAUSE
- Touch START.
- The oven WIII stop after COOK CYCLE 1
- Stir, turn or add ingredients.
- Touch START to continue with COOK CYCLE 2
l Cooking
tlme can be changed
at any time dunng either cooking
cycle,
- Touch the Cook Cycle you wish to change
[COOK CYCLE 1 or 2).
- Touch numbers for the new time
- Touch START
- The cycle WIII cook at the original Cook Power for the new time.
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Power can be changed
at any time during either cooking cycle, or PROBE TEMP
- Touch the Cook Cycle you wish to change
(COOK CYCLE 1 or 2)
- Touch COOK POWER if you want to change
to a Cook Power other than high
- Touch a number for the new Cook Power.
- Touch START The cycle will cook at the new Cook Power for the original
time
OR...
- Touch COOK POWER twice If you want to change
a lower Cook Power to hrgh
- Touch START
. COOK CYCLE 2 can be added
at any time before COOK CYCLE 1 ends
- Touch COOK CYCLE 2
- Touch numbers for desired cooking time.
- Touch COOK POWER, if a Cook Power other than high IS desired
- Touch a number for the Cook Power.
- Touch START COOK CYCLE 2 will automattcaly
follow COOK CYCLE 1
. When using the Temperature
Probe, PROBE TEMP can be changed
during operation:
-Touch PROBE TEMI?
-Touch number for new temperature.
-Touch START.The oven will continue cooking to the new temperature.
If the new
temperature
is lower than the temperature
of the food, the oven will shut off.
. COOK CYCLE 1 or 2 can be added
anytime while QUICK DEFROST is operating
- Touch COOK CYCLE 1 or 2
- Touch in time and Cook Power rnstructtons
- Touch START
Standing trme occurs between
QUICK DEFROST and COOK CYCLE 1. not
between
QUICK DEFROST and COOK CYCLE 2
Cancelling instructions
Touch CANCEL to erase all instructions
or beeps except Minute Timer.
To cancel the Minute Timer:
-Touch MINUTE TIMER
-Touch CANCEL.
a Opening the oven door during cooking does not cancel cooking
instructions
However, KEEP WARM is cancelled
when the oven door is opened.
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Programming
tone
Each time you touch a pad
because the Instruction is not
EXAMPLE: If you forget to plug
not hear a tone. The instruction
you will hear a tone If you do not hear a tone, it is
correct, or it IS because the tones have been removed
in the Temperature Probe and touch PROBE TEMP you will
is not correct.
It you want to remove the tone:
l Open
the door.
l Touch CANCEL twice,
then START.
l The tone will not sound
for any touch
If you want to replace
the tone:
Open the door
l Touch CANCEL twice,
then START.
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The tone will sound for any correct touch
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Other operating hints
These are a number of thongs you can do wrth your mlcrowave
oven Some WIII be
reminders
Others WIII be mentioned
for the first trme
1 To double check settings whrle the oven IS running, touch the command
pad for the
setting you want lo check The instructron programmed
for that pad WIII show on
the Drsplay for 5 seconds
Then the Drsplay returns to show what the oven IS doing
2 To stop the oven while it is running:
l Open
the door The oven WIII stop You can restart It by closrng the door and
touching START
. Touch CANCEL All rnstructrons will be erased You must touch In new Instructions
3 If you touch two Instructions Into the same cycle. the second rnstructrons will erase
the first
4 When using a Cook Power other than high the Drsplay will show the Cook Power for
2 seconds of every 10 during cookrng
5 When COOK CYCLE 1 follows QUICK DEFROST, a standing time equal to the defrosting
time will occur between the two COOK CYCLE 1 will automatically
begin after this
standing time
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Bi-level cooking rack
lJse the BI-Level Cooking Rack when cooking in more than one container. The rack can
be turned upside-down
to help fit taller containers on the bottom of the oven. See the
MICRO MENUS’ Cookbook
provided with your oven.
Second Position: Turn rack upside-down
when
using a taller container on the bottom of
the oven.
First Position: Use the rack only when heating
more than one container of food. Do not let a
container
touch the top or sides of the oven.
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Hints for using the Bi-level cooking
rack
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DON’T...
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Wash by hc nd wlth :I mild detergent or iv
your dlshw..lsher
Use only when cooklng foods In more thar
one contalrier
Use only In nlcrowave
oven
Put food In zontalners. then place contanners on ruck
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Use abrasive scrubbers or cleansers
Use with browning dish
Let food or container touch the top or side
of the oven
Store rack in the oven.
Cook food directly on rack without putting
them in containers first
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Operating
safety precautions
DO NOT use the oven until you have read and understand
USE HOT PADS. Microwave
energy does not heat containers, but the hot food does.
(continued
on page
24)
ALL the information
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 dish gets hot and water
stays cool do not use it.
on safe use
DO NOT heat or store flammable or inflammable
materials in or near the
oven.
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WARNING - Use care when
heating liquids or adding
ingredients to heated liquids
Liquids heated in certain
shaped containers may become overheated.
The liqutd
may splash out with a loud
noise during or after heating
or when addlng ingredients
[instant coffee, etc.). This can
harm the oven and the hot
liquid could burn you. Do not
use such containers to heat
liquids again
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
NEVER lean on the door or
allow a child to swing on it
when the door IS open Injury
could result.
NEVER COOK OR
REHEAT A WHOLE EGG.
If a fire should start in the oven
cavity
l keep
door closed
l turn oven
off
l disconnect
the power
supply at the cord, fuse or
circuit breaker
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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.
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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
have been known to
explode. Cover poached
eggs and allow a standing
time of one minute before
cutting into them.
If your electric power line
voltage is less than the normal 120 volts, cooking times
may be longer.
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Starting a microwave
oven when its empty is not
recommended.
If you experiment, put a container
of water in the oven.
It is normal for the inside
of the oven door to look
wavy after the oven has
been running for a while.
Make popcorn only in
poppers designed
for use
In microwave
ovens. Follow
popper directions. Results
are the popper manufacturer’s responsibility
Installation
instructions
BEFORE YOU BEGIN, READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS
Installing
COMPLETELY AND CAREFULLY.
your microwave oven
1. Empty the microwave oven and clean rnsrde 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
Whirlpool service technician
and any repair made
2. Put the oven on a cart counter, table or shelf
that is strong enough to hold the oven and the
food and 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
70
Ibs. (31.75 kg).
TOP
SIDE
3. Do not block the vent openings
on the rear
of the oven or the air intake openings
on the
bottom of the oven. Blocking vent or air intake
openings can cause poor cooking results. The air
from these vent openings will also contain molsture and should not be vented onto overhead
cabinets.
Make sure the microwave
oven legs are in place.
Do not set the oven on anything that will block the
air intake openings.
(continued
on page
26)
4. Do not install the microwave
oven so that
both sides and the top are flush with walls or
cabinets.
One side or the top must have at least
1 in. (2.54 cm] clearance
for proper operation.
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 amp fused electrical
supply is required. [Time-delay
fuse
recommended.)
It IS recommended
that a separate circuit serving only this appliance
be provided
6.GROUNDING
WARNING.
INSTRUCTIONS
Improper
use of the grounding
plug can result in a risk of
’ electrical
shock.
An extension
cord should not be used with this appliance.
Such use may result in a fire, electrical
shock or other personal injury.
DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, REMOVE THE POWER
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 providinganescape
wirefortheelectric current. This appliance
is equipped
with a
)-PRONG
GROUNDING
PLUG
3.PRONG
GROUNDING
TYPE
WALL RECEPTACLE
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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 F/Z minutes. When the time is up, the
water should be heated.
m
polarized
j-prong
grounding
plug. It must be
plugged
into a correctly
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
wall receptacle
is properly
grounded
and
polarized,
have it checked
by a qualified
electrician.
It is the personal responsibility
and obligation
of
the customerto
have a properly grounded
and
correctly
polarized
3-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.
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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IS
Building
in your microwave
oven
Your microwave
oven IS not limited to carts, counters
easy with kits available
from your dealer.
1. Build the mlcrowave oven Into a cabinet or
wall by itself or over built-In single ovens rn the
Whirlpool RDE, REE,RGE. RB and SB model series or
Imperial 7200 single gas ovens
2. Attach the mlcrowave
or with cabinets over tt
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 reclrculatlng
hood, and Includes
cooktop lights
or tables
Custom installations
are made
Ask your dealer for details on
RCK803 (832849) -30-inch
Built-In Kit
RCKB05 (832856) - 2Sd-Inch Built-in K/t
RCK807 (832850) - 27.inch Built-in Kit
RCK710 (832763) -Wall Mount Kit
RCK811(832875) - Wall Mount Vent Grille
and Filter Kit
. RCK713 (832940) -Wall Mount Cookbook
Storage Cabinet
. RH3330XL - MICRO SHELF ’ Hood
. RCK902 (832873) -Storage Cabinet for
use with MICRO SHELF” Hood
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Caring for your microwave oven
Cleaning the microwave oven
Wipe of-ten with warm sudsy
water and a soft cloth or
sponge.
For stubborn soil, boil a cup
of water in the oven for 2 or 3
minutes Steam will soften
the soil
Be sure to clean 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 and the interior and exterior oven surfaces. Use a sof cloth or a sponge with a mild
detergent or spray glass cleaner
Replacing the light bulb
1. Unplug
the power
2. Remove holding
access panel.
3. Remove
its socket.
cord
screw on
light
the light bulb from
4. Replace bulb with a 40.
watt appliance
bulb
5. Replace the access
and holding screw.
6. Plug in the power
panel
cord
Access
Panel
Bulb
How your microwave oven works
Microwave
ovens are safe Microwave
energy
heat, and it’s this heat that cooks the food
Mode
IS not hot It causes
Mixer
food to make
Ceramic
Magnetron
Oven’Cavity
its own
Metal
Bottom
Floor
Mtcrowaves
are like TV
waves or light waves You
can’t see them, but you can
see what they do
A magnetron
In the microwave oven produces
mlcrowaves The mlcrowaves
move into the oven where
they are scattered
or stirred
by a mode mixer (like a fan]
Microwaves
bounce off
metal oven walls and are
absorbed
by food
The ceramic
bottom of your
microwave
oven lets microwaves through Then they
bounce off a metal floor,
back through the ceramic
bottom and are absorbed
by the food
Microwaves
pass through
glass, paper and plastic without 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 stirrlng some foods
during the cooklng time
The microwaves
disturb
water molecules
in the food
As the molecules
bounce
around bumping
into each
other, heat IS made, like rubbing your hands together.
This is the heat that cooks.
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If you need service or assistance,
we suggest you follow these four steps:
1. Before
calling for assistance...
Performance
problems
often result from little
things you can find and fix yourself without
tools of any kind.
If nothing operates:
Is the oven correctly plugged
into a live circuit
with the proper voltage? (See page 26.)
l Have
you checked
the main fuse or circuit
breaker box?
If the microwave
oven will not run:
l Is the Timer set?
l If the Temperature
Probe is being used, is it
plugged
tightly into its socket?
l Is the Control
Panel Switch ON? (See page 7.)
l Is the door
firmly closed and latched?
. Did you touch START?
l Did you follow
the directions exactly?
If microwave
cooking times seem too long:
l Is the
electric
supply to your home low or
lower than normal? Your electric
company
can tell you if the line voltage is low.
l Is the Cook
Power set correctly?
l Are you allowing
for more time when cooking
more food at one time?
If the display shows a time counting down but
the oven is not cooking:
l Is the Minute
Timer Signal Light on?
l Is the oven
door closed completely?
l Is the oven
in standing time between QUICK
DEFROST and COOK CYCLE I? (See page 10.)
If you do not hear a programming
tone (page
22):
l Is the command
correct?
l Has the tone
been cancelled?
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If the fan seems to be running slower than
usual?
l Has the oven
been stored in a cold area? The
fan will run slower until the oven warms up to
normal room temperature.
If there has been a power interruption,
the
Display
will show 88:88. Reset the clock
(page 61.
If the microwave
oven turns off too soon or not
soon enough when using the probe:
l Is at least % of the probe
in the food?
l Is the probe
tip in the center of the food?
l Is the probe
touching bone or fat?
l Have
you allowed
roasts to stand for a few
minutes after cooking
to equalize
temperatures?
. Is the probe plugged
tightly into its socket?
l Is the Cook
Power set correctly?
l Is the Probe
Temperature
set correctly?
2. If you need assistance?..
Call the Whirlpool
COOL-LINE*
service
assistance telephone
number. Dial free from:
Contlnental
U.S. . . . . . . . . . (800) 253-1301
Michigan
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 632-2243
Alaska & 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 qualified
service company
in your area
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Whirlpool
has a
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TECH-CARE service
product
warranty
and provide
afterwarranty service, anywhere in the United States.
To locate TECH-CARE service in your area, call
our COOL-LINE service assistance
telephone
number [see Step 2) or look in your telephone
directory Vellow Pages under:
APPLIANCES-HOUSEHOLDMAJOR
SERVICE
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Call our COOL-LINE selvice
assistance
telephone number [see Step 2) and talk with one of
our Consultants, or if you prefer, write to:
Mr. Guy Turner, Vrce President
Whirlpool Corporation
Administrative
Center
2000 U.S. 33 North
Benton Harbor, Ml 49022
*If you must call or write, please provide: model
number, serial number, date of purchase, and a
complete
description
of the problem. This information is needed in order to better respond to
your request for assistance.
FSP IS a registered
trademark
of Whtrlpool
Corporation
for
quality parts. Look for this
FSP
symbol of quality whenever
you need a replacement
part
@ for your Whirlpool
appliance
FSP replacement
parts
will fit right and work right, because
they are
made to the same exacting
specifications
used to build every new Whirlpool
appllonce
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