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SAFETY
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 operate the oven if it is damaged.
It is particularly important that the oven door
close properly and that there is no damage
to the:
1. door (bent)
2. hinges and latches (broken or loosened)
3. door seals and sealing surfaces.
• DO NOT place any object between the oven
front face and the door, or allow soil or
cleaner residue to accumulate on sealing
surfaces.
• THE OVEN should not be adjusted or
repaired by anyone except properly qualified
service personnel.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
cord having a grounding wire with a grounding plug.
Put the plug into an outlet that is properly installed
and grounded.
This appliance must be grounded! If an electrical
short circuit occurs, grounding reduces the risk of
electric shock by providing an escape wire for the
electric current. This appliance is equipped with a
WARNING
If you use the grounding plug improperly, you risk electric shock.
Ask a qualified electrician or the Authorized Service
Department if you do not understand the grounding
instructions or if you wonder whether the appliance is
properly grounded.
This appliance has a short power supply cord to
reduce the risk of anyone’s tripping over or becoming
entangled in the cord. You may use an extension
cord if you are careful.
If you use an extension cord, be sure that:
• The extension cord has the same electrical rating as
the appliance.
• The marked rating of the extension cord shall be
equal to or greater than the electrical rating of
the appliance.
• The extension cord is a grounding-type 3-wire cord.
• The extension cord does not drape over a
countertop or tabletop, where it can be pulled on
by children or tripped over accidentally.
• The electrical cord is dry and not pinched or
crushed in any way.
NOTE: This oven draws 13.8 amperes at 120 Volts, 60 Hz.
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SAFETY - MICROWAVE
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The safety instructions below will tell you how to use your oven to avoid harm to yourself or damage to your
oven.
WARNING -excessive
To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, fire, injury to persons, or exposure to
microwave energy:
1. Read all instructions before using the appliance.
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
MICROWAVE ENERGY found on page 3 of this manual.
2. Read and follow the specific
3. This appliance must be grounded. Connect only to properly grounded outlet.
See GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS found on page 3 of this manual .
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 the 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 the nearest authorized service
facility for examination, repair, or adjustment.
10. Do not cover or block any openings on the appliance.
11. Do not store 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 location.
12. Do not immerse cord or plug in water.
13. Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
14. Do not let cord hang over the edge of a table or counter.
15. When cleaning surfaces of door and oven that come together on closing the door, use only mild, nonabrasive
soaps or detergents applied with a sponge or soft cloth.
16. To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity:
a. Do not over cook food. Carefully attend 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 microwave oven is not always
present. THIS COULD RESULT IN VERY HOT LIQUIDS SUDDENLY BOILING OVER WHEN THE CONTAINER IS DISTURBED OR A SPOON OR OTHER UTENSIL IS INSERTED INTO THE LIQUID. To reduce
the risk of injury to persons; 1) Do not overheat the liquid. 2) Stir the liquid both before and halfway through
heating it. 3) Do not use straight-sided containers with narrow necks. 4) After heating, allow the container to
stand in the microwave oven for a short time before removing the container. 5) Use extreme care when
inserting a spoon or other utensil into the container.
18. Avoid heating small-necked containers such as syrup bottles.
19. Avoid using corrosive and vapors, such as sulfide and chloride.
20. Liquids heated in certain shaped containers (especially cylindrical-shaped containers) may become overheated. The liquid may splash out with a loud noise during or after heating or when adding ingredients (instant
coffee, etc.), resulting in harm to the oven and possible injury. In all containers, for best results, stir the liquid
several times before heating. Always stir liquid several times between reheatings.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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SAFETY - COFFEE MAKER
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be flowed to reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock and/or injury to person, including the following:
1. Read all instructions.
2. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles and knobs.
3. To protect against fire, electric shock and injury to persons,
do not immerse cord, plugs or appliance in water or other
liquid.
4. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used
by or near children.
5. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning.
Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts, and
before cleaning the appliance.
6.Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord
or plug or after the appliance malfunctions or has
been dropped or damaged in any manner. Return
appliance to the nearest authorized service center
for examination, repair or electrical or mechanical
adjustment.
7.The use of attachments not recommended by the
manufacturer may cause hazards.
8. Do not use outdoors.
9. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch
hot surface.
10. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a
heated oven.
11. Always attach plug to appliance first, then plug cord into the
wall outlet. To disconnect, turn any control to "off", then
remove plug from wall outlet.
12. Do not use appliance for other than intended use.
13. Snap lid securely onto carafe before serving any
beverages.
14. Scalding may occur if the lid is removed during the brewing
cycle.
15. The glass carafe is designed for use with this appliance
only. It must never be used on the range top.
16. Do not set a hot carafe on a wet or cold surface.
17. Do not use cracked carafe or a carafe having a loose or
weakened handle.
18. Do not clean carafe or warming plate with cleansers, steel
wood pads, or other abrasive materials.
19.
:
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire of electric shock, do
not remove the base plate. No user serviceable parts are
inside. Repair should be done only by authorized
personnel.
20. Avoid contact with moving parts.
21. Do not pull out the water reservoir while brewing coffee.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
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UNDERSTANDING YOUR COFFEE COMBO
SPECIFICATIONS
Power Supply
120V AC, 60 Hz
Rated Power Consumption
1650W
*1200W
Microwave Output
Rated Current
Microwave
750W / 90W (Dual)
Coffee Maker
13.8A(Microwave Oven) / 14.5A(Microwave Oven with Coffee Maker)
23" x 121/2" x 171/8"
Overall Dimensions (WxHxD)"
1411/16" x 95/8" x 155/8"
Oven Cavity Dimensions (WxHxD)"
1.2 cu.ft
Capacity of Oven Cavity
*IEC 60705 RATING STANDARD
Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
INSTALLATION
1. Remove your LG Coffee Combo and all
packing materials from the shipping carton.
3. Slide the turntable support onto the pin in the
center opening of the oven floor, making sure it
seats properly on the pin.
Then place the glass turntable on the turntable
support.
2. Place the oven on a level surface that provides at
least 4 inches of space at the left, right, top, and rear
sides for proper ventilation.
NOTE: Never place the glass turntable in the oven
upside down. Blocking the inlet and/or outlet
openings can damage the oven.
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
Countertop
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not install closer than 4 inches to side and back wall.
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UNDERSTANDING YOUR COFFEE COMBO
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
Glass Turntable
Control
Panel
Turntable Support
Microwave Oven Coffee Maker
Filter Basket
Flavor
Selector
See-Through Door
Easy-Clean
Oven Cavity
Water
Reservoir
Warming Plate
Safety Interlock System
Cooking Guide Label
Carafe
Your oven comes with the following accessories:
1 Use and Care Guide
1 Glass Turntable
1 Turntable Support
1 7 cup Water Reservoir
1 7 cup Carafe with lid
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UNDERSTANDING YOUR COFFEE COMBO
CONTROL PANEL
MICROWAVE CONTROL AREA
4
13
5
6
7
8
10
9
11
2
12
1
3
1. DISPLAY. The Display includes a clock and indicators that tell you time of day, cooking time settings, and cooking
functions selected.
2. STOP/CLEAR. Touch this pad to stop the oven or clear entries. (microwave oven only)
3. START. Touch this pad to start all entries (except the Auto Cook and Add Minute function which start automatically)
and to turn Child Lock on or off.
4. AUTO COOK. Touch this pad to select programmed food items.
5. EZ-ON. Touch this pad to cook at 100% cooking power for 1 minute to 99 minutes 59 seconds.
6. AUTO DEFROST. This pad is an accurate defrosting method for frozen meat, poultry and fish up to 6.0 lbs.
7. Q-DEFROST. This pad provides you with the quick defrosting method for 1.0 pound of frozen foods.
8. CUSTOM SET. Touch this pad to change the oven's default settings for clock, sound, scroll speed and Lbs/Kg.
9. KITCHEN TIMER. Touch this pad to use your microwave oven as a kitchen timer.
10. COOK TIME. Touch this pad to set the cooking time.
11. POWER. Touch this pad to set the cooking power.
12. NUMBER PADS. Touch Number Pads to enter cooking time, power level, quantities, or weights.
13. SENSOR TOUCH. This pad allows you to cook most of your favorite foods without having to select
cooking times and power levels.
COFFEE MAKER CONTROL AREA
1
3
5
2
4
6
1. 1-4. This pad is small batch function. This pad is used when you want to brew a small amount (1~4 cups) of coffee.
2. TEMP. This pad is used when you want to adjust the warming plate temperature of the coffee.
3. OFF/CLEAR. Touch this pad to stop the coffee maker or clear entries. (coffee maker only)
4. ON. This pad is used when you want to brew more than 4 cups of coffee.
5. TIME SET. Touch this pad to change the default setting of the coffee maker for brew timer or warming plate timer.
6. TIMER ON/OFF. This pad is used when you want to turn the brew timer function On or Off.
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USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
COOKWARE GUIDE
Most heat-resistant, non-metallic cookware is safe for use in your microwave oven. However, to test cookware
before using, follow these steps:
1. Place the empty cookware in the microwave oven.
2. Measure 1 cup of water in a glass measuring cup and place it in the oven beside the cookware.
3. Microwave on 100% power for 1 minute. If the dish is warm, it should not be used for microwave cooking.
USE
DO NOT USE
Ovenproof Glass
Metal Utensils
• Glass treated for use in high-intensity heat
includes utility dishes, bread dishes, pie plates, cake
plates, liquid measuring cups, casseroles, and bowls
without metallic trim.
• Metal shields food from microwave energy and
produces uneven cooking. Avoid metal skewers,
thermometers, or foil trays.
• Metal utensils can cause arcing, which is a
discharge of electric current. Arcing can damage
your microwave oven.
China
• Bowls, cups, serving plates, and platters without
metallic trim can be used in your oven.
Metal Decoration
• Do not use metal-trimmed or metal-banded
dinnerware, casserole dishes, etc.
Plastic
• When using plastic wrap as a cover, make sure that
the dish is deep enough so the plastic wrap does not
touch the food. As the food heats, it may melt the
plastic wrap wherever the wrap touches the food.
• Place plastic wrap loosely over the top of the dish
and secure it by pressing the wrap to the sides of
the dish.
• Vent by turning back one corner of the plastic wrap.
This will allow excess steam to escape.
• Use plastic dishes, cups, semi-rigid freezer
containers, and plastic bags only for short time
cooking. Use these with care because the
plastic may soften from the heat of the food.
Centura™ Tableware
• The Corning Company recommends that you
do not use Centura tableware and some Corelle™
closed-handle cups for microwave cooking.
Aluminum Foil
• Do not use large sheets of aluminum foil because
they hinder cooking and may cause arcing. You may
use small pieces of foil to shield poultry legs and
wings.
• Keep all aluminum foil at least 1 inch from the walls
and door of the oven.
Wood
Paper
• Wooden bowls, boards, and baskets will dry out and
may split or crack when you use them in the
microwave oven.
• Microwave-safe paper towels, waxed paper, paper
napkins, and paper plates with no metallic trim or
design can be used in your oven.
• Refer to the paper manufacturer’s label for use of
any paper product in the microwave oven.
Tightly Closed Containers
• Tightly closed cookware can explode. Be sure
to leave an opening for steam to escape from
covered cookware.
Brown Paper
• Do not use brown paper bags. They absorb
heat and could burn.
Metal Twist-Ties
• Always remove metal twist-ties as they can become
hot and cause a fire.
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USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
TIPS FOR MICROWAVE COOKING
ARRANGEMENT
Do not stack food. Arrange in a single layer in the dish
for more even cooking. Because dense foods cook
more slowly, place thicker portions of meat, poultry, fish,
and vegetables toward the outside of the dish.
BROWNING
Meat and poultry with high fat content that are cooked
for 10 or 15 minutes or longer will brown lightly. Foods
cooked a shorter time can be brushed with a browning
agent, such as Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, or
barbecue sauce.
TESTING FOR DONENESS
Because foods cook quickly in a microwave oven, you
need to test frequently for doneness.
COVERING
A cover traps heat and steam and causes the food to
cook more quickly. Use a lid or microwave-safe plastic
wrap with one corner folded back to vent the excess
steam. Lids on glass casseroles can become hot
during cooking. Handle carefully. Waxed paper will
prevent the food from splattering in the oven and help
retain heat. When warming bread items, use waxed
paper, napkins, or paper towels. To absorb extra
moisture, wrap sandwiches and fatty foods in paper
towels.
STANDING TIME IN OVEN
Depending on density, food often needs to stand from
2 to 15 minutes either in or outside of the oven after
cooking power shuts off. Outside of the oven, you
usually need to cover food during standing time to retain
heat. Remove most foods when they are slightly
undercooked and they will finish cooking during
standing time. The internal temperature of food will rise
about 10°F during standing time.
SPACING
Arrange individual foods, such as baked potatoes,
cupcakes, and hors d’oeuvres’ in a circle and at least
1 inch apart. This will help the food cook more evenly.
SHIELDING
To prevent some portions of rectangular or square
dishes from overcooking, you may need to shield
them with small strips of aluminum foil to block the
microwaves. You can also cover poultry legs and
wing tips with foil to keep them from overcooking.
Always keep foil at least 1 inch from oven walls
to prevent arcing.
STIRRING
Stirring blends flavors and redistributes the heat in
foods. Always stir from the outside toward the center
of the dish. Food at the outside of the dish heats first.
PIERCING
Pierce the shell, skin, or membrane of foods before
cooking to prevent them from bursting. Foods that
require piercing include yolks and whites of eggs, hot
dogs, clams, oysters, and whole vegetables, such as
potatoes and squash.
TURNING
Large foods, such as roasts and whole poultry, should
be turned so that the top and bottom cook evenly. Also
turn over chicken pieces and chops.
CLEANING
• The turntable may be cleaned at the sink. Be careful
not to chip or scratch the edges as this may cause
the turntable to break during use. Oven turntable may
also be cleaned in a dishwasher.
• The turntable support rest should be cleaned regularly.
Wipe the oven inside and outside with a soft cloth and
a mild detergent solution. Then rinse and wipe dry.
This should be done weekly or more often, if needed.
Never use cleaning powders or rough pads.
Excessive oil splatters on the inside top will be difficult
to remove if left for many days. Wipe splatters with a
wet paper towel, especially after cooking chicken or
bacon.
SPECIAL CARE
For best performance and safety, the inner door panel
and the oven front frame should be free of food or
grease buildup. Wipe often with a mild detergent; then
rinse and wipe dry. Never use cleaning powders or
rough pads.
REMOVABLE PARTS
The turntable and turntable support are removable.
They should be hand-washed in warm (not hot) water
with a mild detergent and a soft cloth. Once they are
clean, rinse well and dry with a soft cloth. Never use
cleaning powders, steel wool, or rough pads.
After cleaning the control panel, touch STOP/CLEAR
to clear any entries that might have been entered
accidentally while cleaning the panel.
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USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
CHILD LOCK
KITCHEN TIMER
Example: To set 3 minutes.
You can use this safety feature to lock the control
panel so that children cannot use the oven and
coffee maker when you do not want them to and
when you are cleaning the oven and coffee maker.
Touch:
Display Shows:
To set CHILD LOCK:
1.
: ENTER TIME IN MIN
AND SEC
Touch:
Your microwave oven can be used as a kitchen
timer. You can set up to 99 minutes, 99 seconds.
Display Shows:
1.
2.
3 : 00 TOUCH START
2.
3.
Time of day.
3 : 00
TIMER and time
counting down.
Touch and hold
until LOCKED
appears in
the display
(approximately
4 seconds).
LOCKED
To cancel CHILD LOCK:
Touch:
1.
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Display Shows:
Touch and hold
until LOCKED
disappears
from the
display
(approximately
4 seconds).
Time of day.
USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
SENSOR TOUCH
OPERATION INSTRUCTION
POTATO (EXAMPLE)
Sensor touch cooking provides exciting new features
to make microwaving easier. The Sensor Menu is
preprogrammed with many popular food choices and helps
you heat or reheat perfectly.
SENSOR COOK allows you to cook most of your
favorite foods without having to select cooking
times and power levels. This oven automatically
determines required cooking times for each food
item.
Example: To cook potato
Sensor Menu:
Reheat, Potato
Popcorn, Fresh Vegetable
Frozen Vegetable, Frozen Entree
For most Sensor Touch Cooking programs, a table
with specific food examples and cooking instructions is
provided in the next few pages.
• The Sensor Touch system works by detecting a build-up
of vapor.
• Make sure the door remains closed.
• Once the vapor is detected, two beeps will sound.
• Opening the door or touching the STOP/CLEAR pad
before the vapor is detected will abort the process. The
oven will stop.
• Before using Sensor Touch, make sure the exterior
of the reheating container and the interior of the oven are
dry, to assure the best results.
• Room temperature should not exceed 95°F.
• Oven should be plugged in at least 5 minutes before
sensor cooking.
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
Time of day.
2.
POTATO
SENSOR TOUCH TABLE
CATEGORY
DIRECTION
AMOUNT
Pierce each potato with a fork and place on the oven tray around
the edge, at least one inch apart.
1~4 medium approx.
10 oz. each
Popcorn
Place bag of prepackaged microwave popcorn on the center of
turntable
Regular sizes
Use one fresh bag of popcorn
Fresh
Vegetable
Prepare as desired, wash, and leave residual water on the
vegetables. Place in an appropriately-sized microwave container,
cover with plastic wrap and vent.
1~4 cups
Frozen
Vegetable
Remove from package, rinse off frost under running water. Place
in an appropriately-sized microwave container, cover with plastic
wrap and vent.
1~4 cups
Frozen
Entree
Remove from outer display package. Slit cover. If not in
microwave-safe container, place on plate, cover with plastic
wrap, and vent.
10~21 oz.
Potato
NOTE: If you open the door or press STOP during sensing, the process will be canceled.
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USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
REHEAT
REHEAT TABLE
This feature allows you to reheat precooked roomtemperature or refrigerated foods without selecting
cooking times and power levels. This feature has 3
categories: dinner plate, soup/sauce, casserole.
See Reheat Table for more information.
Code
Category
Direction
1
Dinner
plate
Place foods to be heated
on dinner plate or similar
dish. Cover with plastic
wrap.
2
Soup/
Sauce
Place foods to be heated
in an appropriately sized
microwave container.
Cover with plastic wrap.
1~4 cups
3
Cover dish containing
Casse- the casserole with plastic
role
wrap.
1~4 cups
Example: To reheat casserole.
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
Time of day.
2.
SELECT MENU 1 TO 3 -SEE COOKING GUIDE
3.
CASSEROLE
The oven will reheat food automatically using the
sensor system.
NOTE: Refer to the Cooking Guide located on the
front of oven cavity for Reheat information.
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Amount
Approx.
8~16 oz.
USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
EZ-ON
AUTO COOK
Use this function to cook food without entering a
cook time or power. Refer to the “Auto Cook Table”
below for more information.
A time-saving pad, this simplified control lets
you quickly set and start microwave cooking at
100% power without the need to touch START.
Example: To cook 4 slices of bacon.
Example: To cook for 2 minutes.
Touch:
Display Shows:
Touch:
Display Shows:
SELECT MENU 1 TO 6 -SEE COOKING GUIDE
1.
Time of day.
1.
2.
BACON
TOUCH 2 TO 6 SLICES
2.
Twice
Time counting down
and power 100
NOTE: Each time you touch EZ-ON, it will
add 1 minute up to 99 minutes 59 seconds.
3.
Time counts down
after 4 SLICES scrolls
in the display
NOTE: Refer to the Cooking Guide located on the
front of oven cavity for Auto Cook information.
AUTO COOK TABLE
CODE
CATEGORY
DIRECTION
Bacon
Place bacon strips on microwave bacon rack for best results.
(Use dinner plate lined with paper towels if rack is not available).
2 to 6 slices
Frozen
Roll/Muffin
Remove from display package and place on plate.(If muffins are
over 3 oz. each, count as two when entering quantity, heat no
more than 3 at a time.)
1 to 6 pieces
(2~3 oz. each)
Fresh
Roll/Muffin
Remove from display package and place on plate.(If muffins are
over 3 oz. each, count as two when entering quantity, heat no
more than 3 at a time.)
1 to 6 pieces
(2~3 oz. each)
Beverage
Remove from display package and place on plate.(Be careful!
The beverage will be very hot! Sometimes liquids heated in
cylindrical containers will splash out when the container is
moved.)
Chicken
Pieces
Hot Cereal
AMOUNT
1 to 2 cups
Place the chicken pieces in an appropriately sized
microwaveable container, cover with plastic wrap, and vent.
0.5 to 2 lbs.
(0.2 to 1.0 kg)
Prepare as directed on package and cook. Stir and allow
standing time before eating. Use only instant hot cereal.
1 to 6 servings
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USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
CUSTOM SET
CUSTOM SET provides four modes which make using your microwave oven quite handy. You can select
CLOCK, SOUND ON/OFF, SCROLL SPEED and LBS/KG.
The clock must be set to program or set “Auto-On” brewing of coffee.
Example: To turn off sound of beeper
Example: To set the clock for 10:30(AM).
Touch:
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
Time of day.
2.
Four modes show in
the display.
1.
sound on touch 1
off touch 2
3.
4.
Display Shows:
2.
Four modes show in
the display.
3.
; enter time of day
4.
10 : 30 touch start
5.
10 : 30 AM TOUCH 1
PM TOUCH 2
AM 10 : 30 TOUCH
START
sound off
6.
NOTE: To turn beep sound back on, repeat steps
1~3 then touch number 1.
:
7.
AM
10 : 30
NOTE: This is a 12 hour clock. You can switch
between AM and PM by touching 1 or 2 after
step 5.
CUSTOM SET TABLE
NUMBER
OPTION
NUMBER
RESULT
1
Sound On
2
Sound Off
1
Slow speed
2
Normal speed
3
Fast speed
1
Lbs
2
Kg
CLOCK
SOUND ON / OFF
SCROLL SPEED
LBS / KG
NOTE: When the power cord is first plugged in, the default settings are Sound On, Clock On, Normal Speed and LBS.
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USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
AUTO DEFROST
NOTE:
When you touch the START pad, the display changes
to defrost time count down. The oven will beep during
the DEFROST cycle. At this time, open the door and
turn, separate, or rearrange the food. Remove any
portions that have thawed. Return frozen portions to
the oven and touch START to resume the defrost
cycle.
Three defrost sequences are preset in the oven.
The auto defrost feature provides you with the best
defrosting method for frozen foods. The Cooking Guide
on the front of the oven cavity will show you which
defrost sequence is recommended for the food you are
defrosting.
For added convenience, the Auto Defrost includes a
built-in beep mechanism that reminds you to check,
turn over, separate, or rearrange the food to get best
defrost results. Three different defrosting options are
provided.
OPERATING TIPS
• For best results, remove fish, shellfish, meat, and
poultry from its original closed paper or plastic
package (wrapper). Otherwise, the wrap will hold
steam and juice close to the foods, which can cause
the outer surface of the foods to cook.
• For best results, shape your ground meat into the
form of a doughnut before freezing. When defrosting,
scrape off thawed meat when the beep sounds and
continue defrosting.
• Place foods in a shallow container or on a microwave
roasting rack to catch drippings.
• Food should still be somewhat icy in the center when
removed from the oven.
1 MEAT
2 POULTRY
3 FISH
*Available weight is 0.1~6.0 lbs. (0.1 ~ 4.0 kg)
Example: To defrost 1.2 lbs of ground beef.
Touch:
Q DEFROST
meat touch 1
poultry touch 2
fish touch 3
1.
0.0
weight
2.
3.
Display Shows:
and
This feature should be used only when you defrost
1 pound of frozen ground beef.
Example: To defrost 1 lb ground beef.
enter
Touch:
1.2
touch start
Display Shows:
1.
Time of day.
2.
Time counting down and
EXPRESS DEFROST.
to enter the weight
4.
Time counting down
and DEFROST.
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USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
AUTO DEFROST TABLE
Category
MEAT
POULTRY
FISH
TIMED COOKING
Food to be Defrosted
This feature lets you program a specific cook time
and power. For best results, there are 10 power
level settings in addition to HIGH power (100%).
Refer to the “Microwave Power Level Table” on
page 18 for more information.
Beef
Ground beef, Round steak,
Cubes for stew, Tenderloin steak,
Pot roast, Rib roast, Rump roast,
Chuck roast, Hamburger patty
Lamb
Chops (1-inch thick), Rolled roast
Pork
Chops ( 1⁄2-inch thick), Hot dogs,
Spareribs, Country-style ribs.
Rolled roast, Sausage
Veal
Cutlets (1 lb., 1⁄2-inch thick)
NOTE: If you do not select a power level, the oven
will automatically cook at HIGH (100%) power.
Example: To cook for 5 minutes, 30 seconds
at 80% power.
Poultry
Whole (under 4 lbs.), Cut-up, Breasts
(boneless)
Cornish Hens
Whole
Turkey
Breast
Steaks/Chops
Round beef steak, Tenderloin steak
Lamb chops (1-inch thick)
Pork chops (1⁄2-inch thick)
Veal cutlets (1 lb., 1⁄2-inch thick)
Fish
Fillets, Whole Steaks
Shellfish
Crab meat, Lobster tails, Shrimp,
Scallops
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Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
: ENTER COOKING TIME
2.
5 : 30 TOUCH START
OR POWER
3.
ENTER POWER
LEVEL 1 TO 10
4.
5 : 30 POWER
80 TOUCH START
5.
Time counting down
and POWER 80.
USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
MICROWAVE POWER LEVELS
MULTI-STAGE COOKING
Your microwave oven has 10 cook power levels to let
you cook or heat a wide variety of foods. Refer to the
table below for suggestions:
For best results, some recipes call for different cook
powers during different stages of a cook cycle. You
can program your oven for 2 stages, so that it will
switch from one power level to another during the
cook cycle.
Microwave Power Level Table
Power
Level
Example: To set a 2-stage cook cycle.
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
: ENTER COOKING TIME
2.
3 : 00 TOUCH START
OR POWER
10
(High)
to set a 3 minute cook
time for first stage.
3 : 00 ENTER POWER
LEVEL 1 TO 10
3.
4.
to set an 80%
cook power for
the first stage.
3 : 00 POWER 80
TOUCH START
5.
: ENTER COOKING TIME
6.
7 : 00 TOUCH START
OR POWER
to set a 7 minute cook
time for second stage.
7 : 00 ENTER POWER
LEVEL 1 TO 10
7.
8.
9.
10.
to set a 50%
cook power for
the second
stage.
Use
• Boiling water.
• Making candy.
• Cooking poultry pieces, fish, and
vegetables.
• Cooking tender cuts of meat.
• Whole poultry.
9
• Reheating rice, pasta, and vegetables.
8
• Reheating prepared foods quickly.
• Reheating sandwiches.
7
• Cooking egg, milk, and cheese dishes.
• Cooking cakes, breads.
• Melting chocolate.
6
• Cooking veal.
• Cooking whole fish.
• Cooking puddings and custard.
5
• Cooking ham, whole poultry, and lamb.
• Cooking rib roast, sirloin tip.
4
• Thawing meat, poultry, and seafood.
3
• Cooking less tender cuts of meat.
• Cooking pork chops, roast.
2
• Taking chill out of fruit.
• Softening butter.
1
• Keeping casseroles and main dishes warm.
• Softening butter and cream cheese.
0
• Standing time.
NOTE: You may program standing time as the second
stage in multi-stage cooking.
7 : 00 POWER 50
TOUCH START
Time counting down
and POWER 80.
When the first stage is over, you will hear two
short tones as the oven begins the second
cook stage.
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USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
WARNING: Do not use large sheets of aluminum foil because they hinder cooking
and may cause arcing. You may use small pieces of foil to shield poultry legs and
wings. Keep all aluminum foil at least 1 inch from the walls and door of the oven.
COOKING TIPS
Meat
Poultry
1. No special techniques are required. Meat should be
prepared as with conventional cooking. Season if
desired. Always thoroughly defrost meat before
cooking.
2. Place the meat on a microwave roasting rack or
microwave-proof plate and place on the turntable.
3. Cook according to the Meat Cooking Table (below).
Use the longer time for large cuts of meats and the
shorter time for small cuts of meats. For thicker
chops, use the longer time.
4. Turn the meat over once halfway through the
cooking time.
5. After cook time has finished, allow for 5~10 minutes
of standing time to complete the cooking process. If
you remove meat for standing time, wrap it in foil.
6. Make sure meat, especially pork, is thoroughly
cooked before eating.
1. No special techniques are required. Poultry should
be prepared as with conventional cooking. Season if
desired.
2. Poultry should be thoroughly defrosted. Remove
giblets and any metal clamps.
3. Prick the skin and brush lightly with vegetable oil
unless the poultry is self-basting.
4. All poultry should be placed on a microwave roasting
rack or a microwave-proof plate and placed on the
turntable.
5. Cook according to the instructions in the Poultry
Cooking Table below. Turn over halfway through the
cooking time. Because of its shape, poultry has a
tendency to cook unevenly, especially in very bony
parts.Turning food over helps to cook these areas
evenly.
6. After cook time has finished, allow for 5~10 minutes
of standing time to complete the cooking process. If
you remove poultry for standing time, wrap it in foil.
7. Make sure poultry is thoroughly cooked before eating.
Whole poultry is completely cooked when the juices
run clear from the inside thigh when it is pierced with
a sharp knife. Poultry pieces should be pierced with
a sharp knife through the thickest part to ensure that
the juices are clear and the flesh is firm.
Meat Cooking Table
Meat
Microwave
Power
BEEF
8
Standing/Rolled Rib
8
– Medium
HIGH (100%)
– Well-done
Ground Beef (to
brown for casserole)
Hamburgers,
Fresh or defrosted
HIGH (100%)
(4 oz. each)
HIGH (100%)
– 2 patties
– 4 patties
PORK
Loin, Leg
Bacon
– 4 slices
– 6 slices
Cooking Time
Per Pound
91/2 to 111/2 minutes
111/2 to 14 minutes
61/2 to 91/2 minutes
Poultry Cooking Table
Microwave
Power
Cooking Time
Per Pound
CHICKEN
Whole
Breast (boned)
Portions
8
8
8
11 to 15 minutes
10 to 14 minutes
11 to 17 minutes
TURKEY
Whole
8
11 to 15 minutes
Poultry
21/2 to 41/2 minutes
31/2 to 51/2 minutes
8
121/2 to 161/2 minutes
HIGH (100%)
HIGH (100%)
21/2 to 31/2 minutes
31/2 to 41/2 minutes
NOTES:
• The times listed above are only a guide. Allow for
difference in individual tastes and preferences. The
times may also vary due to the shape, cut, and
composition of the food.
• If whole poultry is stuffed, the weight of the stuffed
bird should be used when calculating the cooking
time.
NOTE: The times listed above are only a guide.
Allow for difference in individual tastes and preferences.
The times may also vary due to the shape, cut, and
composition of the food.
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USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
COOKING TIPS (continued)
Fish
1. Arrange fish in a large shallow non-metallic dish or
casserole.
2. Cover with pierced microwave plastic wrap or
casserole lid.
3. Place the dish on the turntable.
4. Cook according to the instructions in the Fresh Fish
Cooking Table below. Flakes of butter can be added
to the fish if desired.
5. Let stand as directed in the Cooking Table before
serving.
6. After standing time, check to see that the fish is
thoroughly cooked. The fish should be opaque and
flake easily.
Fresh Fish Cooking Table
Fish
Microwave Cooking Time
Power
Per Pound
Butter
Standing
Time
Fish Fillets
HIGH
41/2 to 8 minutes Add 15 to 30 ml (1 to 2 tbsp lemon juice)
2 to 3 minutes
Whole Mackerel,
Cleaned and Prepared
HIGH
41/2 to 8 minutes
–
3 to 4 minutes
Whole Trout,
Cleaned and Prepared
HIGH
51/2 to 9 minutes
–
3 to 4 minutes
Salmon Steaks
HIGH
51/2 to 8 minutes Add 15 to 30 ml (1 to 2 tbsp lemon juice)
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3 to 4 minutes
USING YOUR COFFEE MAKER
PREPARING COFFEE
1. Pull out the water reservoir. (Remove the water reservoir, lift it slightly)
<Fig. 1>
2. Place a #2 size paper coffee filter in the filter basket (Fig. 2, 3). Add coffee for the amount to be brewed
(Fig. 4) (usually one heaping tablespoon (6g) for every two coffee cups; adjust to suit your taste).
<Fig. 2>
<Fig. 3>
<Fig. 4>
3. Fill the Water Reservoir.
Fill with the water through the hole of the reservoir to the desired cup level. (Fig. 5, 6)
Do not exceed the MAX line. (Maximum : 7 coffee cups, 1 coffee cup is approximately 5 oz, or 140 cc)
or
<Fig. 5>
<Fig. 6>
4. Push the filled Reservoir back into the Coffee maker to the end.
Make sure you have replaced the Carafe in its position on the warming plate. (Fig. 7 8)
<Fig. 7>
<Fig. 8>
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USING YOUR COFFEE MAKER
BREW STRENGTH CONTROL
Pre-selecting the taste (flavor selector)
The flavor selector (Fig. 9) allows you to adjust the flavor of your coffee to suit your
personal tastes. It helps ensure a full, rich flavor, while allowing you to select a milder
flavor without bitter aftertaste, or a strong, robust taste.
If you prefer a milder coffee, without bitter aftertaste, pull the flavor selector toward the
center of the filter basket (Fig. 10).
If you prefer a strong, robust flavor, push the flavor selector in to the side of the filter
basket (Fig. 11).
<Fig. 9>
<Fig. 10>
<Fig. 11>
CLEANING THE COFFEE MAKER
To clean the coffee maker after brewing, be sure the unit is OFF and has cooled.
Discard the paper filter and grounds, and clean as follows:
The water reservoir, filter basket, carafe, and carafe lid are all top-rack dishwasher
safe. They may also be hand-washed.
Warming plate may be cleaned with a soft damp cloth.
Do not use abrasive cleansers or scouring pads. Never immerse the Coffee Maker.
If you want to remove carafe lid, open and tilt the lid to one side.
If you want to separate filter basket from water reservoir, refer to Fig.12, 13.
Reassemble the filter basket and reservoir with opposite motion being careful to
properly engage the reservoir’s seal. Ensure the filter basket is fully seated to the
reservoir to prevent leakage.
<Fig. 12>
<Fig. 13>
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USING YOUR COFFEE MAKER
SELF-CLEANING (HOT WATER TUBE)
1. To clean, fill the water reservoir to capacity with a mixture of 1/3 white vinegar and
2/3 water
2. Press the “BREW” button.
One cycle should be sufficient to adequately clean the coffee maker.
3. Run at least two cycles of fresh cold water through the unit before using the unit
again to brew coffee.
IMPORTANT
1. Always use cold water to make coffee.
Warm water or other liquids could cause damage to the coffee maker.
2. Before using the first time, or when the coffee maker has not been used for some
time, fill the water reservoir to the maximum with cold water and without coffee
grounds and without a paper filter.
Turn on and allow the water to flow through, then discard and fill with clean water.
3. Never pull out the water reservoir during the brewing cycle.
Extremely hot water or steam can cause injury.
Always wait 5 minutes after coffee is brewed, before pulling out the water reservoir.
4. Do not detach the filter basket from the water reservoir when it is filled with water.
5. When you remove the water reservoir, lift it slightly.
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USING YOUR COFFEE MAKER
Brew
SMALL BATCH
This pad is used when you want to brew more than
4 cups of coffee.
This pad is used when you want to brew a small
amount (1~4 cups) of coffee.
Touch:
Touch:
Display Shows:
Time of the day.
1.
Display Shows:
Time of the day.
brew/warm-med
1.
(Scroll)
small/batch/
warm-med
(Scroll)
brew end
small/batch/
end
(Scroll 3 times &
Beep 5 times)
(Scroll 3 times &
Beep 5 times)
After
scrolling
stops.
After
scrolling
stops.
coffee/warm-med
(Scroll)
coffee/warm-med
warm end
warm end
(Scroll 3 times &
Beep 3 times)
(Scroll 3 times &
Beep 3 times)
After
scrolling
stops.
After
scrolling
stops.
Time of the day.
Time of the day.
NOTE: When the brewing is completed, coffee
maker enters KEEP WARM mode
automatically.
• Warming temperature is set at medium when the
unit is plugged in.
User can adjust the temperature using temp touch
pad. (See page 26)
• Warming time is set to 1 hour when the unit is
plugged in.
User can adjust warming time on the program
touch pad. (See page 26)
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USING YOUR COFFEE MAKER
HOW TO SET THE BREW TIMER
FOR AUTO-ON MODE
Touch:
am
7.
This pad enables you to enjoy freshly brewed coffee
at any pre-set time within a 24-hour period.
NOTE: Time of Day must be set before setting
Auto-On time.
Display Shows:
Select Brew.
7:20
brew/touch/time set
(Scroll)
Example program: Auto-On, 7:20 A.M., Brew
Touch:
Display Shows:
Time of the day.
(Scroll once)
Program is set.
- Mode : Brew
- Time of day : 7:20 a.m.
brew timer/touch 1/
warm/time/touch 2
1.
set/brew/timer
8.
After
scrolling
stops.
Time of the day.
(Scroll)
am
: enter/auto on/
time of/day
2.
Select Brew Timer.
7:20
set/auto on
9.
(Scroll)
Activate Auto-On program.
After
scrolling
stops.
Time of the day.
7:20
touch/time set
3.
Setting Auto-On time 7:20.
If you want to set 11:30,
Touch 1,1,3,0 pad in order.
NOTE:
1. If "Auto-On" mode is set once, Coffee Maker can
be activated everyday at that time you already
pre-set .
2. To deactivate “Auto-On”, touch “Timer On/Off”.
(Disappear ‘Auto BREW’)
3. If you activate “Auto-On” mode, touch “Timer
On/Off” again.
(Scroll)
7:20
am/touch 1/pm/touch 2
4.
(Scroll)
am
5.
Select A.M.
6.
7:20
touch/time set
(Scroll)
am
7:20
brew/touch 1/
small/batch/touch 2
(Scroll)
After
scrolling
stops.
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USING YOUR COFFEE MAKER
ADJUST WARMING PLATE TEMP
ADJUST WARMING PLATE TIME
Use this pad when you want to change the warming
time.
Use this pad when you want to adjust the warming
plate temperature of coffee after brewing
(including small batches).
This pad can be used during brewing (including
small batches), or warming.
Example : To set warm time for 1 hour
30 minutes.
Touch:
Example: Setting to high during brewing
Touch:
Display Shows:
Time of the day.
Display Shows:
Time of the day.
brew timer/touch 1/
warm/time/touch 2
1.
brew/warm-med
(Scroll)
1.
(Scroll)
warm-hi
: enter/warm/time
2.
(Scroll once)
After
scrolling
stops.
(Scroll)
Select warm time.
After
scrolling
stops.
brew/warm-hi
3.
(Scroll)
NOTE:
1. Temperature of the coffee after brewing has
choice of 3 levels - “HIGH”, “MEDIUM”, and
“LOW”.
2. Whenever you touch “Temp.” key, the warm
temperature level will be changed in sequence.
“MEDIUM”
“HIGH”
“LOW”...)
(“LOW”
3. Warming plate temperature is set at MEDIUM
when the unit is plugged in.
Enter warming time to
1 hour, 30 minutes.
1:30
touch/time set
(Scroll)
changed/warm/time
4.
(Scroll once & No beep)
Set warm time to
1 hour, 30 minutes.
After
scrolling
stops.
Time of the day.
NOTE:
1. Warming time can be set from 10 min. up to 2 hrs.
2. Warming time is set to 1 hr. when you plug in.
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USING YOUR COFFEE MAKER
OTHER FUNCTIONS
“Auto-On” operation when other functions are in use.
1) Microwave cooking or programmed microwave cooking.
- Will delay “Auto-on” brewing until 5 minutes after microwave cooking is finished.
Auto-On start will not occur if the microwave is still operating for 30 minutes after
the programmed Auto-On time is set to start.
2) Brewing or Small Batch Brewing is in use
- “Auto-On” will not occur.
3) Warming plate function is in use
- “Auto-On” will operate normally and warm function will be cancelled.
Simultaneous Operation
1) Basically, you can not use the Microwave Oven while the brew functions, such as
‘Brew’, ‘1-4’ are activated.
Otherwise you can use all other Microwave functions, such as timer and clock.
2) You cannot operate Coffee Maker functions while Microwave Oven is operating.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Questions and Answers
Operation
Answer
Question
Why is the oven light not on during
cooking?
There may be several reasons why the oven light is not on.
Have you:
• Set a cooking time?
• Touched START?
Why does steam come out of the air
exhaust vent?
Steam is normally produced during cooking. The microwave oven
has been designed to vent this steam.
Will the microwave oven be damaged if it
operates empty?
Yes. Never operate the oven empty or without the glass turntable.
Does microwave energy pass through the
viewing screen in the door?
No. The metal screen bounces the energy back to the oven cavity.
The holes (or ports) allow only light to pass through. They do not
let microwave energy pass through.
Why does a tone sound when a pad on
the control panel is touched?
The tone tells you that the setting has been entered.
Can my microwave oven be damaged if
food is cooked for too long?
Like any other cooking appliance, it is possible to overcook food
to the point that the food creates smoke, and even possibly fire
and damage to the inside of the oven. It is always best to be near
the oven while you are cooking.
When the oven is plugged into a wall
outlet for the first time, it does not work
properly. What is wrong?
The microcomputer controlling your oven may temporarily
become scrambled and fail to function as programmed when you
plug it in for the first time or when power resumes after a power
interruption. Unplug the oven from the ~120 volt household outlet
and then plug it back in to reset the microcomputer.
Why do I see light reflection around the
outer case?
This light is from the oven light which is located between the
oven cavity and the outer wall of the oven.
What are the various sounds I hear when
the microwave oven is operating?
The clicking sound is caused by a mechanical switch turning the
microwave oven’s magnetron ON and OFF. The heavy hum and
clunk is from the change in power the magnetron draws as it is
turned ON and OFF by a mechanical switch.The change in blower
speed is from the change in line voltage caused by the magnetron
being turned ON and OFF.
What does "F-1" and "F-2" code on the
display mean?
That means failure mode. Contact the nearest Authorized Service
Center.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Questions and Answers (continued)
Food
Answer
Question
Why are scrambled eggs sometimes a
little dry after cooking?
Eggs will dry out when they are overcooked, even if the same
recipe is used each time. The cooking time may need to be varied
for one of these reasons:
• Eggs vary in size.
• Eggs are at room temperature one time and at refrigerator
temperature another time.
• Eggs continue cooking during standing time.
Why do baked apples sometimes burst
during cooking?
The peel has not been removed from the top half of each apple to
allow for expansion of the interior of the apple during cooking. As in
conventional cooking methods, the interior of the apple expands
during the cooking process.
Why do baked potatoes sometimes
burn during cooking?
If the cooking time is too long, fire could result. At the end of the
recommended cooking time, potatoes should be slightly firm.
CAUTION: Do not overcook.
Why is a standing time recommended
after microwave cooking time is over?
Standing time allows foods to continue cooking evenly for a few
minutes after the actual microwave oven cooking cycle ends. The
amount of standing time depends upon the density of the foods.
Why is additional time required for
cooking food stored in the refrigerator?
As in conventional cooking, the initial temperature of food affects
total cooking time. You need more time to cook food taken out of a
refrigerator than for food at room temperature.
What is wrong when baked foods have a
hard, dry, brown spot?
A hard, dry, brown spot indicates overcooking. Shorten the cooking
or reheating time.
Why do eggs sometimes pop?
When baking, frying, or poaching eggs, the yolk may pop due to
steam buildup inside the yolk membrane. To prevent this,
simply pierce the yolk with a wooden toothpick before cooking.
CAUTION: Never microwave eggs in the shell.
Brewing coffee
Answer
Question
Brewing or 1~4 will not operate
Is microwave oven in use?
Coffee is weak or strong
Amount of coffee or water setting
Adjustment of the Flavor selector bar
Coffee is cold
Adjustment of warming plate timer
Coffee is bitter
Overheated or too long on warming plate
(Most coffees best consumed within 20 minutes of brewing.)
Coffee Maker malfunctions
(No water flow)
• Is “Water Reservoir” installed properly?
• Is “Water Reservoir” empty?
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LG MICROWAVE OVEN LIMITED WARRANTY — USA
Model LCRM1240SW/SB/ST
LG Electronics, Inc. will repair or replace your product, at LG’s option, if it proves to be defective in
material or workmanship under normal use, during the warranty period set forth below, effective from the
date of original consumer purchase of the product. This warranty is good only to the original purchaser of
the product and effective only when used in the United States, including U.S. Territories.
WARRANTY PERIOD:
HOW SERVICE IS HANDLED:
LABOR: One Year from the Date of Purchase*.
PARTS (except as listed below): One Year from the
Date of Purchase*.
MAGNETRON: Ten Years from the Date of
Purchase*.
Please call 1-800-243-0000 and choose the
appropriate option. (Phones are answered 24
hours a day, 365 days per year.) Please have
the product type (Microwave) and your ZIP code
ready.
Replacement Units and Repair Parts are warranted
for the remaining portion of the original unit’s
warranty period.
* Retain your Sales Receipt to prove the date of
purchase. A copy of your Sales Receipt must be
submitted at the time warranty service is provided.
Or visit our website at: http://us.lgservice.com
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•
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