Baumatic GEM252TK User manual
BAM253TK 25 Litre
combination microwave
oven with grill
User Manual for your Baumatic
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Dear Customer,
Congratulations on purchasing your new product from Think Appliances.
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warranty card for more details) please contact out Customer Care team on:
1800 444 357
Our Customer Care centre is there to ensure you get the most out of your appliance. For
example, should you want to learn more about recommended cooking temperatures, the
various cooking functions available, how to set and program your LED clock, and importantly
taking care of your appliance when cleaning, please call us because we are here to help you.
It is important that you read through the following use and care manual thoroughly to
familiarize yourself with the installation and operation requirements of your appliance to
ensure optimum performance.
We also carry a complete range of spare parts for all Think products. For all your spare parts
enquiries please contact our team at Pronto Parts on:
1300 306 973
Again, thank you for choosing an appliance brought to you by Think Appliances and we look
forward to being of service to you.
Kind regards
Management
Think Appliances
BAM253TK
25 Litre combination microwave oven
with grill
NOTE: This User Instruction Manual contains important
information, including safety & installation points, which will
enable you to get the most out of your appliance. Please keep it
in a safe place so that it is easily available for future reference; for
you or any person not familiar with the operation of the appliance.
JW 25/07/12
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Contents
Environmental note
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Important safety information
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Specifications
Product and aperture dimensions
Product specifications
Electrical details
Description of the appliance
Control panel
The turntable
LED display
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Using your microwave
The adjustment dial
Setting the clock
Before first use
Microwave cooking
+30 second (Quick start)
Microwave power level chart
Time setting chart
Grill cooking
Combination cooking
Combination cooking chart
Convection cooking
Convection cooking (with automatic pre-heating)
Interrupting a cooking cycle
Cancelling a cooking cycle
Enquiry mode
Defrost by weight
Defrost by time
Setting multiple cooking phases
The kitchen timer
Auto menu function
Auto menu chart
Safety lock
Microwave cooking guidelines
Materials you can use in a microwave oven
Materials not to be placed in a microwave oven
Utensils table
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Cleaning and maintenance
The appliance exterior
The appliance interior
Turntable and turntable support
General cleaning advice
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Installation
Electrical connection
Aperture and ventilation requirements
Built under installation requirements
Supplied installation components
Preparing the housing unit
Installing the oven into a housing unit
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My appliance isn’t working correctly
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Contact details
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Environmental note
o The packaging materials that Baumatic uses are environmentally
friendly and can be recycled.
o Please discard all packaging material with due regard for the
environment.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Your safety is of the utmost importance to Baumatic.
Please make sure that you read this instruction booklet
before attempting to install or use the appliance. If you
are unsure of any of the information contained in this
booklet, please contact the Advice Line.
General Information
o This appliance is designed for domestic household use. It can
NOT be used as a freestanding microwave and must be built in
to a standard kitchen cabinet or housing unit (see the section
entitled “Installation” below).
o You should only operate the appliance when the turntable and
turntable support are in position.
o You should only use ovenware that is suitable for being used in a
microwave.
o To prevent corrosion occurring due to moisture/condensation,
the cavity and the door of the microwave should be wiped dry
after each use of the appliance.
o The appliance must not be left unattended if you are heating or
cooking food in containers that are made of paper, plastic or
other flammable materials. If left unattended, they could pose a
fire hazard.
o If you notice smoke coming from the appliance, you should keep
the door of the microwave closed and then disconnect it from
your mains supply. DO NOT use your microwave oven, if you
think it is not operating correctly.
Installation
o IMPORTANT: Only the built in/built under installation
sanctioned by Baumatic and outlined in this manual should be
followed.
o A separate building in kit will be supplied with the microwave, to
allow you to complete a built in installation.
o IMPORTANT: The adjacent furniture or housing and all
materials used in the installation must be able to withstand a
minimum temperature of 85°C above the ambient temperature
of the room it is located in, whilst in use.
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o Certain types of vinyl or laminate kitchen furniture are
particularly prone to heat damage or discolouration at
temperatures below the guidelines given above.
o Any damage caused by the appliance being installed in
contravention of this temperature limit, or by placing adjacent
cabinet materials closer than 4mm to the appliance, will be the
liability of the owner.
o For use in leisure accommodation vehicles, please refer to
the appropriate information given in the installation instructions
for this appliance.
o The use of this appliance for any other purpose or in any other
environment without the express agreement of Baumatic Ltd.
will invalidate any warranty or liability claim.
o Your new appliance is guaranteed against electrical or
mechanical defects, subject to certain exclusions that are noted
in the Conditions Of Guarantee. The foregoing does not affect
your statutory rights.
Service
o Your microwave complies with all relevant safety standards. In
order for it to continue to operate safely, only an engineer that
is approved by THINK appliances.
o IMPORTANT: It is dangerous for a non qualified person to work
on the appliance, in particular if they remove the cover that
provides protection against exposure to microwave energy.
o If you notice that the door seal, door surfaces, power cord and
plug are damaged. You should stop using the appliance,
disconnect it from the mains supply and contact the Advice
Line.
o Only genuine Baumatic spare parts should be fitted to your
appliance. These can be obtained from the THINK appliances.
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Warning and safety instructions
Australian and
o This appliance complies with all current
European safety legislation. Baumatic do wish to emphasise that
this compliance does not remove the fact that the appliance
surfaces will become hot during use and retain heat after
operation.
o DO NOT place anything between the door and the door frame.
o DO NOT store anything that is flammable inside of the
microwave. When it is switched on, the items could catch fire.
o DO NOT switch the appliance on if there is no food or liquid
inside of the microwave. If you run the microwave whilst it is
empty, there is a chance that it will overload.
o The door seals and the door surfaces should ALWAYS be kept
clean and free from debris.
Child Safety
o Baumatic strongly recommend that babies and young children
are prevented from being near to the appliance and not allowed
to touch the appliance at any time.
o If it is necessary for younger family members to be in the
kitchen, please ensure that they are kept under close supervision
at all times.
o IMPORTANT: This appliance should only be operated by adults.
You SHOULD NOT allow young children to use the microwave
without supervision. Older children should only operate the
appliance if they have been thoroughly instructed on how to use
the microwave and the consequences of improper usage.
General Safety
o Do not allow electrical fittings or cables to come into contact
with areas on the appliance that get hot.
o Do not use the appliance to heat the room it is located in.
o Do not use the appliance to dry paper, textiles or animals.
o Do not install the appliance next to curtains or soft furnishings.
o Do not use the appliance to heat unopened bottles or cans etc.
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o Do not heat cooking oil or liquid containing alcohol, as there is
the chance of spontaneous combustion.
o Do not boil eggs or similar foods in their shells, otherwise they
may burst. It is possible to poach eggs in your microwave,
providing you prick the yolks first.
o Do not attempt to lift or move cooking appliances by using the
oven door, as this may cause damage to the appliance or result
in injury to the person lifting the appliance.
Cleaning
o Cleaning of the oven should be carried out on a regular basis.
o Great care should be taken whilst using this appliance and when
following the cleaning procedure.
o IMPORTANT: The appliance must be disconnected from the
mains before following the cleaning procedure.
Installation
This appliance must be correctly installed by a
suitably qualified person, strictly in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions.
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NOTE: Adequate ventilation within the installation cavity is essential
to maintain temperatures within permissible levels. Any fault
attributed to inadequate ventilation may not be covered by warranty.
o Baumatic Ltd. declines any responsibility for injury or
damage, to person or property, as a result of improper
use or installation of this appliance.
o Heat, steam and moisture will be created during use of the
appliance, take care to avoid injury and ensure that the room is
adequately ventilated. If the appliance is going to be used for
prolonged periods of time, then additional ventilation may be
required.
o Please consult with your qualified installer if you are in any doubt
about the amount of ventilation that you will require.
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Declaration of conformity
o CE: Appliance conforming to the European directives
89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC, 73/23/EEC and subsequent revisions
and “RoHS” directive 2002/95/CE.*
o The manufacturer declares that the oven is built using certified
materials and requires the appliance to be installed in
accordance with the standards currently in force. This appliance
must be used by a trained person for domestic purposes only.
* The RoHS directive stands for “the restriction of the use of
certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic
equipment”. This directive bans the placing on the EU market of
new electrical and electronic equipment containing more than
the agreed levels of lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent
chromium, polybrominated biphenyl (PBB) and polybrominated
diphenyl ether (PBDE) flame retardants.
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Specifications
Product dimensions
(including frame kit)
Height:
460 mm
Width:
594 mm
Depth:
465 mm
Aperture dimensions
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Product specifications
o 10 functions:
o
o
o
o
o
Auto-reheat
Vegetables
Fish
Meat
Pasta
Potato
Pizza
Soup
Chicken
Cake
Quick start
LED full programmer
Pushbutton control operation
Safety lock
Stainless steel exterior and cavity
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450 mm
600 mm
550 mm
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Capacity:
Microwave output:
Grill output:
Hot air output:
25 litres
900 W
1000-1100 W
2300-2400 W
Electrical details
Rated Voltage:
Supply Connection:
230-240 ~ Vac 50 Hz
10 A plug and cordset
Max Rated Inputs:
Mains Supply Lead:
2300-2400W
3 x 1.0 mm²
For future reference please record the following information which can
be found on the rating plate and the date of purchase which can be
found on your sales invoice. The rating plate for your oven can be
located by opening the microwave oven door and looking on the right
hand side of the chassis.
Model Number
……………………………….
Serial Number
……………………………….
Date of Purchase
……………………………….
Description of the appliance
A)
B)
C)
D)
Control panel
Turntable shaft
Turntable ring assembly
Glass tray
E)
F)
G)
H)
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Viewing window
Door
Safety interlock system
Grill rack
Control panel
A
I
H
G
Microwave
Grill/Combi.
B
Convection
C
Stop/
Clear
W.T./Time
Defrost
D
Start/+30Sec.
/Confirm
Clock/
Kitchen Timer
A) LED display
B) Convection button
C) Stop/Clear button
D) Start/+30
Second/Confirm button
E) Adjustment dial
F) Door button
G) Clock/Kitchen timer
button
H) Defrost by Weight/Time
button
I) Microwave/Grill/
Combination button
KG
E
F
The turntable
Hub (on the underside)
o Never place the glass
tray upside down.
Glass tray
o The glass tray and
turntable ring assembly
MUST always be used
during cooking.
Turntable shaft
Turntable ring assembly
o All food and food
containers must ALWAYS
be placed on the glass
tray during cooking.
o If the glass tray or turntable ring assembly cracks or breaks, it
must be replaced immediately. Genuine Baumatic parts can be
obtained THINK appliances.
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LED display
o The LED display will show the time of day, or if the microwave is
in use, it will show the cooking time.
Indicates that microwave cooking is taking place.
Indicates that convection cooking is taking place.
Indicates that grilling is taking place.
Indicates that defrosting is taking place.
Indicates that the safety lock is engaged.
Indicates that the auto menu function has been selected.
Indicates that grams are shown on the LED display.
Indicates that the temperature (in centigrade) is shown on
the LED display.
WARNING: The accessible surface may be hot
during operation and for a period of time
afterwards.
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Using your microwave
The adjustment dial
o The adjustment dial (E) should only be turned clockwise
(towards the book symbol) if you want to use the auto menu
function.
o For all other purposes and settings, the adjustment dial (E)
should be turned anti-clockwise (towards the clock symbol).
Setting the clock
o When your appliance is connected to the power supply for the
first time, the LED display (A) will show 0:00 and an audible
signal will sound once.
o Press the clock/kitchen timer button (G) to enter the clock
setting mode.
o Use the adjustment dial (E) to adjust the hour time. You can
adjust the hour time between 0 – 23 in 24 hour clock mode.
o Press the clock/kitchen timer button (G) to confirm the hour
time. The minute digits will flash.
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) to adjust the minute time.
o Press the clock/kitchen timer button (G) to confirm the minute
time. The “:” symbol will flash and the time of day will light on
the LED display (A).
o If during the clock setting process the stop/clear button (C) is
pressed, the microwave will return to the previous step.
Before first use
o To remove any residue from the oven that may have been left
from the manufacturing process, you should place a cup that is
half filled with water in the microwave.
o Set the microwave on its highest power level for 2 minutes.
o The oven cavity and outside of the appliance should be cleaned
with warm soapy water, using either a sponge or soft cloth. No
abrasive cleaners should be used. The appliance should be
thoroughly dried afterwards.
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Microwave cooking
o Once the clock has been set, your microwave is then ready to
use.
o Use the door button (F) to open the door of the microwave.
o Check that the turntable shaft, turntable ring assembly and glass
tray are correctly assembled in the cavity.
o Place whatever you are cooking in the centre of the microwave
cavity and then close the microwave door. IMPORTANT: You
should make sure that the door of the microwave is shut
securely.
o Press the microwave button (I) once and the LED display (A)
will show “P100”, indicating that the appliance will cook at its
highest power level.
o To adjust the power level, turn the adjustment dial (E) or keep
pressing the microwave button (I). “P100”, “P80”, “P50”, “P30”
or “P10” will appear on the LED display
o Once the power level that you require appears on the LED
display (A), press the confirm button (D).
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) to set the cooking time that you
require. The maximum cooking time that you can set is 95
minutes.
o Press the start button (D) and your microwave will start to heat.
o If you have set the incorrect power level or time, press the
stop/clear button (C) and the LED display (A) will return to
showing the time of day.
o At the end of the cooking time, your microwave will give an
audible signal and the LED display (A) will return to showing the
time of day.
o Use the door button (F) to open the door of the microwave.
o IMPORTANT: The inside of the microwave and the food that
you have been cooking may be extremely hot. So care should be
taken when removing items from the microwave. We would
recommend that you use an oven glove.
o After the food has been removed from the microwave, you
should make sure that the door is closed.
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+ 30 second button (Quick start)
o If you want to cook on the highest power level setting for a
period of time, then you can use the +30 second button (D).
o Press the +30 second button (D) once and your microwave will
operate on full power for 30 seconds.
o Each time you press the +30 second button (D) the cooking
time will increase by 30 seconds.
o If a microwave, grill or combination cooking program is in
process, pressing the +30 second button will extend the cooking
time by 30 seconds.
o IMPORANT: You cannot use the quick start feature in defrost
and auto menu modes or if you have set multiple cooking
phases.
o Alternatively you can just turn the adjustment dial (E) left
and select the cooking time, then press the start button (D).
The microwave will cook on the highest power level setting for
the period of time that you have set.
Microwave power level chart
Power
High
Display
shows
P100
Medium
high
P80
Medium
P50
Medium
low
P30
Low
P10
Time setting chart
When you are setting a cooking time, the clock will count in the
following time intervals.
Time period being set
0 – 1 minute
1 – 5 minutes
5 – 10 minutes
10 – 30 minutes
30 – 95 minutes
Time intervals
5 seconds
10 seconds
30 seconds
1 minute
5 minutes
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Grill cooking
o Press the grill button (I) once and the LED display (A) will show
“P100”.
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) or keep pressing the grill button
(I) until “G-1” appears on the LED display.
o Once “G-1” appears on the LED display (A), press the confirm
button (D).
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) to set the cooking time that you
require. The maximum cooking time that you can set is 95
minutes.
o Press the start button (D) and your microwave will start to grill.
o If you have set the incorrect power level or time, press the
stop/clear button (C) and the LED display (A) will return to
showing the time of day.
o Halfway through the cooking time, an audible signal will sound.
To achieve even grilling results, you should open the door of the
microwave and turn the food over.
o After closing the door, you should press the start button (D) and
the microwave will continue to grill.
o At the end of the cooking time, your microwave will give an
audible signal and the LED display (A) will return to showing the
time of day.
o Use the door button (F) to open the door of the microwave.
o IMPORTANT: The inside of the microwave and the food that
you have been cooking may be extremely hot. So care should be
taken when removing items from the microwave. We would
recommend that you use an oven glove.
o After the food has been removed from the microwave, you
should make sure that the door is closed.
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Combination cooking
o Press the combination button (I) once and the LED display (A)
will show “P100”.
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) or keep pressing the combination
button (I) until “C-1”, “C-2”, “C-3” or “C-4” appears on the LED
display (see the table below to see the various combination
cooking modes that can be selected).
o Once the combination mode that you require appears on the LED
display (A), press the confirm button (D).
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) to set the cooking time that you
require. The maximum cooking time that you can set is 95
minutes.
o Press the start button (D) and your microwave will start to cook.
o If you have set the incorrect combination mode or time, press
the stop/clear button (C) and the LED display (A) will return to
showing the time of day.
Combination cooking chart
o The chart below shows the combination cooking modes that can
be selected.
LED display
C-1
Microwave
Grill
C-2
C-3
C-4
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Convection
Convection cooking
o Convection cooking allows you to operate your microwave like a
traditional oven. The appliance does not use microwaves to cook
the food and the cavity should be preheated before food is
placed inside of it.
o Use the door button (F) to open the door of the microwave.
o Place whatever you are cooking in the centre of the microwave
cavity and then close the microwave door. IMPORTANT: You
should make sure that the door of the microwave is shut
securely.
o Press the convection button (B) once and the LED display will
show “140”.
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) or keep pressing the convection
button to set the temperature. The cooking temperature can be
adjusted between 140°C and 230°C.
o Once the temperature that you require appears on the LED
display (A), press the confirm button (D).
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) to set the cooking time that you
require. The maximum cooking time that you can set is 95
minutes.
o Press the start button (D) and your microwave will start to cook.
o If you have set the incorrect cooking time or temperature, press
the stop/clear button (C) and the LED display (A) will return to
showing the time of day.
Convection cooking (with automatic pre-heating)
o The door of the microwave should be shut before the steps
below are followed.
o Press the convection button (B) once and the LED display will
show “140”.
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) or keep pressing the convection
button to set the temperature. The cooking temperature can be
adjusted between 140°C and 230°C.
o Once the temperature that you require appears on the LED
display (A), press the confirm button (D).
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o Press the start button (D) and the microwave will start to preheat the oven cavity to the temperature that you have selected.
o Once the required temperature inside the oven cavity has been
reached, an audible signal will sound twice and the LED display
will flash.
o IMPORTANT: If after 30 minutes the pre-heating temperature
has not been reached, the audible signal will sound twice. At this
point you should input the cooking time that you require.
o You cannot set the cooking time until pre-heating has finished.
o If a cooking time is not set within 5 minutes after pre-heating is
complete, the oven will stop heating and an audible signal will
sound five times.
o Use the door button (F) to open the door of the microwave.
o Place whatever you are cooking in the centre of the microwave
cavity and then close the microwave door. IMPORTANT: You
should make sure that the door of the microwave is shut
securely.
o You cannot set the cooking time until the door of the microwave
has been opened and closed again.
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) to set the cooking time that you
require. The maximum cooking time that you can set is 95
minutes.
o Press the start button (D) and your microwave will start to cook.
o If you have set the incorrect cooking time or temperature, press
the stop/clear button (C) and the LED display (A) will return to
showing the time of day.
Interrupting a cooking cycle
o If you wish to temporarily interrupt a cooking cycle when it is in
progress (for example to stir what you are heating), you should
press the door button (F).
o The door of the microwave will open and it will stop heating
immediately.
o To restart the cooking cycle, close the microwave door and then
press the start button (D).
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Cancelling a cooking cycle
o If you wish to cancel a cooking cycle when it is in progress, you
should press the stop/clear button (C).
o The microwave will stop heating immediately, give an audible
signal and the LED display (A) will return to showing the time of
day.
o Use the door button (F) to open the door of the microwave.
o IMPORTANT: The inside of the microwave and the food that
you have been cooking may be extremely hot. So care should be
taken when removing items from the microwave.
o After the food has been removed from the microwave, you
should make sure that the door is closed.
Enquiry mode
o Whilst the microwave is in use, the LED display (A) will
countdown the cooking time that you have set.
o To check the power level that the microwave is cooking at, press
the microwave/grill/combi button (I) and the power level will
appear on the LED display (A) for a few seconds.
o To check the time of day, press the clock/kitchen timer button
(G) and the time of day will flash on the LED display (A) for a
few seconds.
Defrost by weight
o Press the defrost by weight/time button (H) once and the LED
display (A) will show “d-1”.
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) to select the weight of the food
that you want to defrost. The letter “g” will appear on the LED
display (A) to indicate grams.
o The microwave will automatically calculate the defrost time,
based on the weight that you have selected.
o Press the start button (D) and your microwave will start to
defrost the food.
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Defrost by time
o Press the defrost by weight/time button (H) twice and the LED
display (A) will show “d-2”.
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) to set the defrost time that you
require.
o Press the start button (D) and your microwave will start to
defrost the food.
Setting multiple cooking phases
o It is possible to set the microwave to cook at different power
levels within a single cooking time. A maximum number of 2
cooking phases can be set at once.
o Press the microwave/grill/combi button (I) and set the power
level/cooking mode for the first cooking phase, using the
adjustment dial (E).
o Once the power level/cooking mode that you require for the first
phase appears on the LED display (A), press the
the start button (D) again.
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) to set the cooking time for the first
cooking phase.
o Press the microwave/grill/combi button (I) and then follow the
same procedure for the second cooking phase (if required).
o Press the start button (D) and the microwave will proceed with
the cooking phases that you have set.
o If you have set the incorrect power level or time, press the
stop/clear button (C) and the LED display (A) will return to
showing the time of day.
o At the end of the cooking time, your microwave will give an
audible signal and the LED display (A) will return to showing the
time of day.
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The kitchen timer
The kitchen timer will countdown a set time and a buzzer will sound
when the required time is reached. The kitchen timer is to be used
separately from the microwave functions and cannot be used at the
same time.
o IMPORTANT: You must make sure that the clock is set to the
correct time before using this feature.
o Press the clock/kitchen timer button (G) twice and the LED
display will show “00:00”.
o Use the adjustment dial (E) to set the desired countdown time.
The maximum programmable time is 95 minutes.
o Press the start/confirm button (D) to set the displayed time.
During the countdown, the LED display will show the remaining
time.
o When the countdown is complete, a buzzer will sound five times.
Auto menu function
o Your microwave has menus pre-programmed into it, where it will
cook particular types of food on pre-set power levels and for preset periods of time.
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) clockwise to access the auto menu
function, the LED display (A) will show “A-1”.
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) clockwise to select the food type
that you want to cook.
o Press the confirm button (D) to confirm the food type.
o Turn the adjustment dial (E) clockwise to select the weight of
the food that you want to cook. The letter “g” will appear on the
LED display (A) to indicate grams.
o Press the start button (D) and your microwave will start to heat.
The gram symbol will go out and the cooking time will start
counting down on the LED display (A).
o The cake menu option utilises convection cooking and includes a
preheat phase of 180°C. When the oven reaches the 180°C, the
audible signal will sound.
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o The oven will stop heating, so you can open the microwave door
to place the cake inside of the cavity. Shut the oven door and
then press the start button (D) to begin cooking.
Auto menu chart
Display
Power
Weight
(g)
150
150
A1
250
250
Reheat
100%
350
350
450
450
600
600
A2
1 (about 230g)
1
Potato
100%
2 (about 460g)
2
3 (about 690g)
3
150
150
A3
100%
300
300
Meat
450
450
600
600
A4
150
150
Vegetable
100%
350
350
500
500
150
150
A5
250
250
Fish
80%
350
350
450
450
650
650
A6
50 (with water 450ml)
50
Pasta
80%
100 (with water 800ml)
100
150 (with water 1200ml)
150
A7
200
200
Soup
100%
400
400
600
600
A8
475
475
Preheat at 180°C
Cake
A9
200
200
Pizza
C-4
300
300
400
400
500
500
A10
C-4
750
750
Chicken
1000
1000
1200
1200
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Safety lock
o When the microwave is not heating, it is possible to switch on
the safety lock.
o Press and hold down the stop/clear button (C) for 3 seconds.
o The microwave will emit a long audible signal and the LED
display (A) will display a padlock symbol.
o Until the safety lock is switched off, all buttons on the microwave
will be disabled.
o To switch off the safety lock, press and hold down the stop/clear
button (C) for 3 seconds. The microwave will emit a long audible
signal and the padlock symbol will disappear from the LED
display (A).
Microwave cooking guidelines
o If you are heating liquid in the microwave, then you must also
place a teaspoon in the container. This will ensure that the liquid
does not boil suddenly after being removed from the microwave
cavity.
o This phenomenon is called “delayed boiling”, this means that a
liquid can be close to boiling point, even if there is no steam
coming off the liquid or the liquid is not bubbling. If the liquid
container is even gently shaken, then the liquid can without
warning boil over or even spurt. This could scald the end user.
o If the food you are cooking has a skin or peel (e.g. sausages,
tomatoes, potatoes etc), then you should pierce the skin or peel
with a fork. This will ensure that if steam is created during the
heating process, it can escape and the food will not burst.
o When heating baby food, the bottle or jar containing the food
should NEVER have a top or lid on. After cooking, to ensure that
the food has been heated uniformly, you should stir or shake the
food. IMPORTANT: You must check the temperature of the food
before feeding it to a child.
o When heating food in a microwave, it will transmit the heat to
the container that the food is in or on. You should ALWAYS use
oven gloves when removing items from the microwave.
o You should make sure that you do not cook food for too long or
at too high a power level. This could cause certain areas of the
food to dry out or even ignite.
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o You should not use ceramic or porcelain crockery, or porous
earthenware inside of your microwave. These dishes could
absorb moisture from the food whilst it is cooking, which could
cause pressure to build up and shatter the dish.
o If you are heating certain foods and any liquid, moisture will
evaporate and condensation may occur. This does not indicate
that the appliance is faulty and it can be particularly noticeable if
the ambient temperature of the room is high.
o IMPORTANT: Any condensation should be wiped up with a soft
cloth as soon as you have finished using the microwave.
o After the cooking time has completed, you should let the food
stand for a few minutes. This is called “standing time” and will
allow the heat generated by the microwave to spread evenly
throughout the food.
Materials you can use for microwave cooking
Material
Aluminium foil
Browning dish
Dinnerware
Glass jars
Glassware
Oven cooking
bags
Paper plates
and cups
Paper towels
Parchment
paper
Remarks
To be used for shielding only. Small smooth pieces can
be used to cover thin parts of meat or poultry to
prevent overcooking. Arcing can occur if foil is too
close to the cavity walls. The foil should be at least 2.5
cm away from the cavity walls.
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions. The bottom of
the browning dish must be at least 5 mm thick above
the turntable. Incorrect usage may cause the
turntable to break.
Microwave-safe only. Follow the manufacturer’s
instructions. Do not use cracked or chipped dishes.
Always remove the lid. Use only to heat food until just
warm. Most glass jars are not heat resistant and may
break.
Heat-resistant oven glassware only. Make sure there is
no metallic trim. Do not use cracked or chipped
dishes.
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not close
with a metal tie. Make slits in the bag to allow steam
to escape.
Use for short-term cooking/warming only. Do not
leave the oven unattended whilst cooking.
Use to cover food for reheating and absorbing fat. Use
under supervision and for short-term cooking only.
Use as a cover to prevent splattering or as a wrap for
steaming
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Microwave-safe only. Follow the manufacturer’s
instructions. It should be labelled as “microwave safe”.
Some plastic containers soften as the food inside gets
hot. “Boiling bags” and tightly closed plastic bags
should be slit, pierced or vented, as described by the
package.
Plastic wrap
Microwave-safe only. Use to cover food during cooking
to retain moisture. Do not allow the plastic wrap to
touch the food.
Thermometers Microwave-safe only. Meat and candy thermometers.
Wax paper
Use as a cover to prevent splattering and to retain
moisture.
Plastic
Materials you cannot use for microwave cooking
Material
Aluminium tray
Remarks
May cause arcing. Transfer food into a
microwave-safe dish.
Food carton with May cause arcing. Transfer food into a
metal handle
microwave-safe dish.
Metal
or
metal- Metal shields the food from microwave energy.
trimmed utensils
The metal trim may cause arcing.
Metal twist ties
May cause arcing and could cause a fire in the
oven.
Paper bags
May cause a fire in the oven.
Plastic foam
Plastic foam may melt or contaminate the liquid
inside when exposed to a high temperature.
Wood
Wood will dry out when used in the microwave
oven and may split or crack.
Utensils table
Cookware
Heat-resistant
glass
Non
heatresistant glass
Heat-resistant
ceramics
Microwave-safe
plastic dish
Kitchen paper
Metal tray
Metal rack
Aluminium foil
and
foil
containers
Microwave
Yes
Grill
Yes
Combination*
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
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* Combination mode applies to microwave + grill and microwave +
convection modes.
Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning operations must only be carried out
when the oven is cool.
The appliance should be disconnected from your
mains supply before commencing any cleaning
process.
The appliance exterior
o You should wipe over the front of the appliance with a soft cloth
and warm water mixed with a little washing up liquid.
o DO NOT use abrasive cleaners or sharp objects to clean the
front surface of the microwave.
The appliance interior
o You should wipe over the inside of the appliance with a soft cloth
and warm water mixed with a little washing up liquid.
o You should pay particular attention to the door seal and the
surrounding area.
o DO NOT use abrasive cleaners or sharp objects to clean the
inside of the microwave.
Turntable and turntable support
o The glass tray and turntable ring assembly should be removed
from the microwave for cleaning purposes after each use.
o Clean the glass tray and turntable ring assembly in warm water
mixed with a little washing up liquid.
General cleaning advice
o IMPORTANT: Any condensation should be wiped up with a soft
cloth as soon as you have finished using the microwave.
o To remove odours from inside of the microwave, you should boil
one cup of water mixed with several tablespoons of lemon juice
inside of the cavity.
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o The microwave should be thoroughly cleaned before
operated for the first time and after each use. This will
residual food stuffs becoming baked on the oven cavity.
residues have been baked on several times, they are far
difficult to remove.
it is
avoid
After
more
o Never clean the oven surfaces by steam cleaning.
o If you use any form of oven cleaner on your appliance, then you
must check with the manufacturer of the cleaner that it is
suitable for use on your appliance.
o Any damage that is caused to the appliance by a cleaning
product will not be fixed by Baumatic free of charge, even
if the appliance is within the guarantee period.
Installation
The installation must be carried out by a suitably
qualified person, in accordance with all current
Australian and local regulations.
Electrical connection
YOUR MICROWAVE IS INTENDED FOR FITTED AND
PERMANENT INSTALLATION.
o Before connecting the appliance, make sure that the supply
voltage marked on the rating plate corresponds with your mains
supply voltage.
o We recommend that the appliance is connected by a qualified
electrician.
o WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
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o This appliance is supplied with a moulded 10A plug, which must be
connected to an earthed socket. The earthed socket should be easily
accessible after installation.
o The wiring in the mains lead is coloured as follows:
Brown
Blue
Green and yellow
Live
Neutral
Earth
o As the colours of the wires in the appliance’s mains lead may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals
in your spur box, please proceed as follows:
The brown wire must be connected to the terminal marked “L”
(live), or coloured red.
The blue wire must be connected to the terminal marked “N”
(neutral), or coloured black.
The green and yellow wire must be connected to the terminal
marked “E” (earth), or by the earth symbol, or coloured green
and yellow.
o When the connection is completed, no stray strands or cut wire
should be present. The cord clamp must be secured over the
outer sheath.
o Broken or damaged power leads must only be replaced by a
suitably qualified person. A power lead of a similar type must be
used in replacement.
Before beginning to install your appliance, check that
there is no sign of damage (on the inside or the
outside of the microwave), and that there are no
packing materials or accessories inside the cavity.
Remove any protective film on the microwave.
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Aperture and ventilation requirements
o The diagram above shows the aperture and ventilation
requirements that you require to build the appliance into a
housing unit.
o Ensure that the rear panel of the furniture housing unit has been
removed.
o This oven may be installed without any additional ventilation cut
outs being made in the housing unit. However the ventilation cut
shown in the diagram MUST be present, otherwise the
microwave oven may not function correctly.
o Do not cover the ventilation slots or air intake points.
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Built under installation requirements
IMPORTANT: NO OTHER METHODS OF BUILDING UNDER THE
MICROWAVE ARE SANCTIONED BY BAUMATIC.
o The rear wall of the housing unit MUST be removed to allow
there to be the correct amount of ventilation.
o The minimum installation height is 850 mm to allow sufficient
ventilation.
o An induction hob MUST NOT be fitted above the microwave.
o WARNING: The microwave will get hot during
operation; care should be taken not to accidentally
come into contact with the outer surface.
o WARNING: Children should not be allowed near to the
appliance unsupervised.
Supplied installation components
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Preparing the housing unit
o Your appliance will be supplied with an installation template,
which you should follow when preparing the housing unit.
o Place the template on the base of the housing unit and tape it
into position.
o IMPORTANT: The edge of template must be completely level
with the front edge of the housing unit.
o IMPORTANT: The centre line on the template MUST be
positioned in the middle of the housing unit.
o You should make marks
on the base of the
housing
unit,
in
the
positions marked with the
letter “a” on the template.
o For the next step in
preparing the housing
unit process, you will
require 8 x screw A
and
the
bottom
brackets.
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o Remove
the
template from the
base
of
the
housing unit.
o Fix the bottom
brackets to the
base of the
housing unit, using
screw A.
o IMPORTANT:
These screws must
be fully tightened.
Installing the oven into a housing unit
o Fit adjustment screw B into the adjustment screw-hole on the
top of the microwave. Adjustment screw B should not be fully
tightened at this stage.
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o Place the microwave into the housing unit.
o IMPORTANT: Do not push the microwave fully into the
housing unit, as you still need to be able to access adjustment
screw B at this stage of the installation.
o IMPORTANT: Make sure that the oven feet are sitting
correctly in the grooves on the bottom brackets.
o Turn adjustment screw B, ensuring that there is a 1 mm gap
between adjustment screw B and the underneath of the top
surface of the housing unit.
o Push the microwave fully into the housing unit.
o IMPORTANT: Care should be taken to ensure that you do not
trap or kink the power cord.
o Open the microwave door and locate screw-hole C. Use screw
C to fix the microwave oven to the housing unit. A screw
cover is provided to cover the screw cap.
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Troubleshooting
o The microwave will not switch on.
* Check that the appliance has been connected to the mains
supply correctly.
* Check that the fuse in the moulded plug has not blown.
* If fuses blow on a regular basis, then we would recommend that
you consult with a qualified electrician.
* Check that there has not been a power cut.
o The microwave will not start cooking.
* Check that the door is properly shut.
* Check that the door seal and surrounding area are clean.
* Check that you have pressed Quick Start/Start button.
o The turntable is not turning.
* Check that the turntable shaft is connected to the drive motor
correctly.
* Check that the ovenware is not larger than the turntable glass.
* Check that the food you are cooking does not extend beyond the
turntable glass.
o Check that there is nothing underneath the turntable that is
preventing it from turning.
o The microwave does not switch off.
* Isolate the microwave from your mains supply and then contact
the Advice Line.
o The interior light bulb is not working.
* Call the Advice Line. The interior light
bulb can only be replaced by a trained service technician.
o My food is not cooking properly
* Check that the power level and cooking time that you have set,
is appropriate for the food that you are cooking.
* If you are cooking a double amount of food, then you will
normally need to almost double the cooking time.
* If the food that you have placed in the cavity is colder than
normal, then the power level and cooking time may need to be
increased.
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o I am getting condensation in my oven
* Steam and condensation are a natural by product of cooking in a
microwave.
* Do not leave food in the oven to cool after it has been cooked
and the oven has been switched off.
* Use a covered container, where practical, when cooking to
reduce the amount of condensation that forms.
* You should wipe over any condensation that has formed, as soon
as the food has stopped cooking.
IMPORTANT: If your appliance appears not to be
operating correctly, then you should disconnect it
from yourmains supply DQGFRQWDFW
the Advice Line
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE APPLIANCE
YOURSELF.
Please return the appliance to your nearest service location as advised by
Think should service be required. The warranty coverage does not include
call-out.
Please note that if an engineer is asked to attend whilst the product is
under guarantee and finds that the problem is not the result of an
appliance fault, then you may be liable for the cost of the call out
charge.
The appliance must be accessible for the engineer to perform
any necessary repair. If your appliance is installed in such a
way that an engineer is concerned that damage will be caused
to the appliance or your kitchen, then he will not complete a
repair.
This includes situations where appliances have been tiled in,
sealed in with sealant, have wooden obstructions placed in
front of the appliance, like plinths. Or any installation other
than the one specified by Baumatic Ltd. has been completed.
IMPORTANT: Baumatic Ltd. operates a policy of continuous
improvement and reserves the right to adjust and modify its
products without prior notification.
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Think Appliances Pty Ltd.
416-424 Barry Rd
Coolaroo VIC 3048
Sales Telephone
1300 132 824
Service Telephone
1800 444 357
Website
www.thinkappliances.com
Applico Ltd.
P.O. 92900
Onehunga, Auckland 1061
New Zealand
Website
www.baumatic.co.nz
United Kingdom
Baumatic Ltd.,
Baumatic Buildings,
6 Bennet Road,
Reading, Berkshire
RG2 0QX
United Kingdom
Sales Telephone
(0118) 933 6900
Website:
www.baumatic.co.uk
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