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R-22AMM
R-23AM
COMMERCIAL MICROWAVE OVEN
OPERATION MANUAL
OPERATION MANUAL
This operation manual contains important information which you should read corefully before using your
microwave oven.
IMPORTANT:There may be a serious risk to health if this operation manual is not followed or if the oven is
modified so that it operates with the door open.
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VEN
Ceramic floor
(Not removable)
Door hinges
Holes for safety door latches
Oven door with window
Oven light
Splash cover
Door handle
Door safety latches
Door seals and
sealing surfaces
Air intake opening
Air intake filter
Screw for mounting plate
Mounting plate
Power supply cord
Removable cover
to access oven light buIb
Air vent openings
ACCESSORIES:
Check to make sure the following accessories are supplied:
• Operation manual
• Caution sheet (Special lnstructions and Warnings: part number TCAUHA257WRR0)
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ONTROL PANEL
DISPLAY AND INDICATORS
1 Cook indicator:
This indicator shows cooking in progress.
2 TIME display: Lighted digital display
3 POWER LEVEL display:
Percentage of microwave power is
indicated.
POWER
2
1
3
%
ON
HIGH
4
MEDIUM
5
MED LOW
6
DEFROST
7
TIME
CONTROL
8
OPERATING BUTTONS
4 HIGH (100 %)
MICROWAVE
5 MEDIUM (50 %)
POWER LEVEL
6 MED LOW (20 %)
buttons
7 DEFROST (10 %)
8 TIME CONTROL:
Rotate the control to enter cooking time
9 START button
START
9
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OVEN FEATURES
C
C ONTENTS
Oven Features with Control Panel .......................................................................... 1 - 2
Contents ................................................................................................................. 3
Important Safety Instructions .................................................................................. 4
Installation ............................................................................................................... 4 - 5
Before Operation .................................................................................................... 6
How to Operate the Oven:
Manual Cooking ................................................................................................. 6
Note for manual cooking .................................................................................... 7
Time cook .......................................................................................................... 7
Defrost ............................................................................................................... 7
Other Convenient Features ................................................................................ 8
Repeat cook ...................................................................................................... 8
Information with error messages ........................................................................ 8
Cooking Advice:
Suitable Cookware .............................................................................................
Food Handling & Preparation .............................................................................
Advice for Defrosting ..........................................................................................
Advice for Reheating ..........................................................................................
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10
11
12
Charts:
Defrosting Chart ................................................................................................. 13 - 14
Cooking Chart .................................................................................................... 15 - 17
Reheating Chart ................................................................................................. 18 - 21
Cleaning & Maintenance ......................................................................................... 22 - 23
Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................... 24
To replace the mains plug ...................................................................................... 25
Calling for service ................................................................................................... 25
Specifications .......................................................................................................... 26
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MPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Oven Use:
• The oven is for food preparation only.
Never operate when empty.
• Do not leave or store anything inside the oven when
not in use.
• Never attempt to use the oven with the door open.
It is important not to tamper with the door safety latches.
This may result in exposure to microwave energy.
• Never operate the oven with any object caught in the door
sealing surfaces, this again may cause microwave leakage.
• Do not insert fingers or objects in the holes of the
door latches or air vent openings as this may
damage the oven and cause an electric shock.
• If water or food drops inside the air vent openings
switch off the oven immediately, unplug it and call a
Service Technician appointed by SHARP.
• Never attempt to move the oven while it is operating.
• Do not use the oven near a steamer or a fryer.
• Always wipe up spills on the ceramic floor and splashes
on the walls after cooking. If you leave grease on the
ceramic floor and walls it may overheat, smoke or even
catch fire when next using your oven.
• After each use wipe the splash cover on the ceiling of
the oven with a soft damp cloth to remove any splashes.
If you leave grease on the splash cover it may overheat,
smoke or even catch fire when next using your oven.
I
! WARNING:
Only allow children to use the oven without supervision
when adequate instruction has been given so that
the child is able to use the oven in a safe way and
understands the hazards of improper use.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities or lack of experience and
knowledge unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they
do not play with the appliance.
Pacemaker: If you have a heart pacemaker, consult your
doctor or the pacemaker manufacturer prior to oven use.
Fire: If food overheats, starts to smoke or burn:
Keep the oven door closed; turn the oven off;
switch off the power at the socket and disconnect
the plug from the socket. Failure to follow this procedure may result in fire and oven damage.
Liquids: Take care when microwaving liquids and
beverages. To prevent delayed eruptive boiling
of liquid and possible scalding: Stir liquid prior
to and during heating/reheating, let liquid stand
in the oven at the end of cooking.
NSTALLATION
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! WARNING:
Inspect the Oven:
Check the oven carefully for damage before and
regularly after installation.
• Make sure the door closes properly, that it is not
misaligned or warped.
• Check the hinges and door safety latches are
not broken or loose.
• Ensure the door seal and sealing surfaces are
not damaged.
• Inspect the oven interior and door for dents.
2
3
4
Caution Sheet:
Always keep the caution sheet (Special Instructions and Warnings) close to the oven for your
reference.
5
Important:
If any damage is apparent, do not operate the
oven in any way. Contact your dealer or an authorised Service Technician appointed by
SHARP.
Remove all packing materials. Remove the protective film (blue film) from the outer case cabinet (if covered). Do not remove the plastic film from the inside
of the oven window as this protects it from dirt.
Place oven on a secure, level surface, strong enough
to take the oven weight, plus the heaviest item likely
to be cooked in the oven.
Ensure there is a minimum free space above the oven
of 25 cm.
Do not place the oven where heat, moisture or high
humidity are generated, (for example, near or above
a conventional oven) or near combustible materials
(for example, curtains). Do not block or obstruct air
vent openings, as obstructions may ignite due to the
emission of hot air.
Make sure the power supply cord is undamaged (See
Installation next page) and that it does not run under
the oven or over any hot or sharp surfaces.
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The socket must be readily accessible so that it can
be easily unplugged in an emergency.
7
Do not use the oven outdoors.
8
Two ovens can be installed together by placing one
on top of another. Follow these instructions.
8-1) Place the oven A and position the oven B on top of
the oven A as shown in the figure A.
8-2) Remove the single screw (a) holding the mounting
plate A to the rear cabinet of the oven A. And remove the mounting plate A.
8-3) Remove the single screw (b) from the rear cabinet
of the oven B, as shown in the figure A.
8-4) Reinstall the mounting plate A to the rear cabinet of
the oven B with the single screw (b) removed, as
shown in the figure A.
8-5) Hold the mounting plate A to the rear cabinet of the
oven A with the single screw (a), as shown in the
figure A.
8-6) Remove the screw (a) holding the mounting plate B
to the rear cabinet of the oven B. And remove the
mounting plate B from the oven B. See the figure A.
8-7) Install the screw (a) to its position again.
8-8) Remove the screw (c) from the oven A.
8-9) Remove the screw (d) from the oven B.
8-10) Turn the removed mounting plate B over and then
using the removed screw (c) and (d), attach the
mounting plate B, as shown in the figure A.
Figure A
Screw (a)
Oven B
Rear cabinet
Mounting plate A
Screw (b)
Screw (d)
Screw (c)
Screw (a)
Mounting plate B
Oven A
Rear cabinet
WARNING:
In situations where two ovens are installed together by
placing one on top of another,
1) Use the two mounting plates for fixing the two
ovens.
2) Make sure that the power supply cord is not caught
between the two ovens.
3) Do not install more than one oven on top of
another.
4) Do not lose the removed screws.
! WARNING:
• When removing the plug from the socket always grip
the plug, never the mains lead as this may damage
the power supply cord and the connections inside
the plug.
• The product is fitted with a non-rewireable (moulded)
plug. Should it not be suitable for the socket outlet in
your kitchen, remove the plug and fit an appropriate
type, observing the wiring code given in "To replace
the mains plug" on page 25.
The fuse from a cut-off plug should be removed and the
plug disposed of in safe manner. Under no circumstances
should the cut-off plug be inserted into a socket outlet as
serious electrical shock may occur. The plug must not be
used without the fuse cover fitted.
It is hazardous for anyone other than a Service Technician, approved by SHARP to carry out any service
or repair operation which involves the removal of a
cover which gives protection against exposure to microwave energy.
BUILDING-IN-KIT
This oven is not designed to be built into a kitchen unit.
IMPORTANT! ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
• Do not allow water to come into contact with the
power supply cord or plug.
• Insert the plug properly into the socket as the plug
may otherwise overheat and catch fire.
• Do not connect other appliances to the same socket
using an adaptor plug as it may cause the wiring to
overheat and catch fire.
• If the plug or socket is loose or the power supply
cord is damaged, do not operate the oven, it must be
replaced by the special power cord. Contact your
dealer or a Service Technician appointed by SHARP.
A defective plug, power supply cord or socket may
overheat and catch fire during operation or cause an
electrical shock.
When replacing the plug please ensure that you use a BSI
or ASTA approved plug to BS1363, this should be fitted
with a brown coloured 13 amp fuse approved by BSI or
ASTA to BS1362. If you have any doubt about electrical
connection seek the help of a qualified electrician.
! WARNING
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
To wire an appropriate plug, follow the wiring code given
in "To replace the mains plug" on page 25.
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B EFORE OPERATION
•
•
•
When you first connect the microwave oven to an elec.
trical socket, the digital display will show
You can input the buttons and timer control only when
the door is closed.
Oven lamp and fan motor work for 1minute whenever
the door is opened or after cooking.
•
•
•
The programme is cancelled when any buttons or
timer control are not pressed for more than 3 minutes
during programming.
To cancel the programme during cooking, open and
close the door twice.
will appear on the display after the time
reaches zero. It will disappear when the oven door is
opened .
H OW TO OPERATE THE OVEN
Introduction: Microwaves are absorbed by water, sugar
and fat in food and cause them to vibrate. This creates
heat by friction, in the same way your hands get warm
when you rub them together.
Outer areas of food are heated by microwave energy,
and remaining portions by conduction. It is, therefore,
important to turn, rearrange or stir food to ensure even
heating. Where recommended, allow food to stand, this
is not optional but necessary to ensure thorough cooking
and is particularly important for dense food, such as joints
of meat.
Microwaves pass through non-metallic dishes and utensils and heat the food inside the dishes. Microwaves
are reflected by metal. The oven is lined with metal and
has a fine metallic mesh in the door to prevent microwave leakage. Metallic dishes are not suitable for
microwaving.
For your reference, see COOKING ADVICE on pages
9 -12.
MANUAL COOKING
Your oven can be programmed up to 30 minutes and has 4 preset power levels.
LEVELS
MICROWAVE
POWER
HIGH
MEDIUM
MED LOW
DEFROST
100 %
50 %
20 %
10 %
WATT
R-22AMM R-23AM
1500
750
300
150
1900
950
380
190
The input unit of cooking (defrosting) time varies from 2 seconds to 30 seconds. It depends on the length of the
cooking (defrosting) time as shown on the table below.
Cooking time
Increasing unit
0-60 seconds
60 seconds-3 minutes
3-10 minutes
10-30 minutes
2 seconds
5 seconds
10 seconds
30 seconds
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NOTE FOR MANUAL COOKING
1. It is not necessary to touch MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button for 100%.
2. During cooking mode, the oven stops when the door is opened, and the programme is cancelled if any buttons or
timer control are not touched within 1 minute after the door is opened.
3. The remaining cooking time is cancelled when the door is closed and opened during stop mode.
4. If you rotate the control counterclockwise, the cooking time will decrease from 30 minutes by degrees.
TIME COOK
* Example: If you want to cook for 2 minutes and 30 seconds at MEDIUM.
Step 1
Enter cooking time
by rotating the TIME
CONTROL
(2 min. 30 sec.)
Step 2
Select power level by
pressing the POWER
LEVEL button.
TIME CONTROL
Step 3
Press START button
once to start cooking.
START
MEDIUM
POWER
DISPLAY
%
ON
The display will start to
count down to zero.
TIP: To help you decide power level and time, see the COOKING CHART and REHEATING CHART on pages 15-21.
DEFROST
You can defrost the food by using the DEFROST button.
* Example: To defrost 450g (1lb.) of beef joint for 10 minutes.
Step 1
Enter desired
defrost time.
(10 min.)
Step 2
Press the DEFROST
button.
TIME CONTROL
Step 3
Press
START pad
once to start
defrosting.
START
DISPLAY
The display will
start to count
down to zero.
And turn over
4-5 times during
defrosting.
DEFROST
POWER
ON
%
TIP: Allow food to stand a few minutes after defrosting to equalize the temperature for better cooking results.
Check food after standing. If additional time is needed, continue to defrost with DEFROST button and additional
time. Foods that are the same thickness throughout defrost better. If foods have varied thickness, it may be
necessary to shield the thin edges with small flat pieces of aluminum foil to prevent overdefrosting.
You can defrost foods by using the MED LOW button.
To help you decide power level and time, see the DEFROSTING CHART on pages 13-14.
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OTHER CONVENIENT FEATURES
REPEAT COOK
Your oven can memorize the last cooking time in each power level. If you use this function, you have no need to enter
the cooking time.
Example: If you want to use this function at 100%. (The last cooking time is 10 minutes.).
Step 1
Select desired
power level
(HIGH).
HIGH
DISPLAY
Step 2
Press START
pad once to
start cooking.
Check the
last
programme
START
DISPLAY
POWER
%
ON
The display will
start to count
down to zero.
POWER
ON
%
INFORMATION WITH ERROR MESSAGES
If ERROR messages are displayed, follow the instructions below.
ERROR MESSAGES
EE1 EE2 EE3 EE6 EE8 EE0 Please contact your dealer or an authorized service agent because the
EE10 EE16
oven is malfunctioning.
EE7
Exhaust air temperature is too high. Check that nothing is blocking the
vent openings and air intake openings or that room temperature is too
hot or that oven cavity is empty during operation. Correct and try again
after a few minutes.
Magnetron temperture is too high. Open and close the door twice, and
then try again after a few minutes.
EE17
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C OOKING ADVICE
WARNING - Always attend the oven when in use.
Carefully follow the SHARP Operation Manual at all times. If you exceed recommended
cooking times and/or use power levels that are too high, food may overheat, burn, and in
extreme circumstances, catch fire and damage the oven.
The
microwave
power
level will default to 100% unless you press the POWER LEVEL button for the desired setting. Take care
•
when heating foods with high sugar or fat content, e.g, Christmas pudding, mince pies and fruit cakes. Before use, check that
utensils are suitable for use in microwave ovens.
• Lids: Always remove lids from food jars and containers before using them in the oven. If you do not, steam and pressure will
build up inside and the container may explode. Take care when heating contents in babies bottles, see page 10.
• Do not cook eggs in their shell as they will explode. Do not heat canned potatoes in the microwave oven as they may burst.
For microwaving, use only those utensils suitable for microwave cookery as indicated below.
A variety of cookware can be used for microwaving. Round/oval dishes rather than square/oblong ones are recommended, as food in the corners tends to overcook.
!
SUITABLE COOKWARE
COOKWARE
Heat resistant glass,
(e.g. Pyrex®,
Fire King®,
Corning Ware ®).
SUITABLE FOR MICROWAVING
YES
Microwave-safe
plastic cookware.
YES
Microwave
cling film ,
microwave
roasting bags.
YES
Microwave cling film and bags must be vented for steam to
escape, pierce in 4-5 places. Do not use plastic or metal ties
as they may melt or catch fire due to 'arcing'.
Heat resistant
china and
ceramics.
YES
Except for dishes with metallic decoration.
Disposable containers:
Thin plastic,
paper, straw
and wooden
containers.
YES
Always attend the oven closely. Look at the oven from time to
time when cooking or reheating food in disposable containers
of plastic, paper or other combustible material. Only use for
warming food. Pay special attention as over-heating may
cause a fire in your oven.
Kitchen paper.
YES
Always attend the oven closely. Only use to absorb fat and
moisture when warming food. Pay special attention as
overheating may cause a fire in your oven.
Browning dishes
& self-heating
packages.
YES
Always place on an up-turned plate on the turntable to prevent
heat stress. Follow manufacturer's instructions. Be careful as
these become very hot. Popcorn: Only use microwave popcorn
within recommended packaging (follow popcorn manufacturer's
instructions). Never use oil unless the manufacturer recommends
and never cook for longer than instructed.
Metal cookware.
NO
Aluminium
foil & foil
containers, made
from "Microfoil®".
YES
Use small pieces of aluminium foil to shield food from
overheating. Keep foil at least 2cm from the oven walls. Foil
containers are not recommended unless specified by the
manufacturer, e.g. MicroFoil®, follow instructions carefully.
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!
Face & Hands: Always use oven gloves to remove food or cookware from the oven. Stand back when opening
the oven door to allow heat or steam to disperse. When removing covers (such as cling-film), opening roasting
bags or popcorn packaging, direct steam away from face and hands.
Check the temperature of food and drink and stir (before serving). Take special care when serving food
to babies, children or the elderly. the contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars should be stirred or
shaken and the temperature checked before consumption to avoid burns.
FOOD HANDLING & PREPARATION
Stir, turn &
stand
For even cooking stir, turn or rearrange food during cooking.
Where recommended, leave food to stand after cooking or
defrosting.
Initial temperature
The initial temperature of food affects the amount of cooking time
needed, for example, chilled food requires more cooking than
food at room temperature. The temperature of the container is
not a true indication of the temperature of the food or drink. Cut
into foods with fillings, for example, jam doughnuts, to release
heat or steam.
Piercing
Food with skin (e.g. potatoes, apples, fish, sausages, chicken),
or with membrane (e.g. egg whites/yolks), must be pierced in
several places before cooking or reheating. If not, steam will
build up and may cause food to explode.
Arrangement
Place thickest parts of food on the outside of the dish, e.g. place
the meaty ends of chicken drumsticks on the outside of the
dish.
Covering
Fish, vegetables and certain other foods benefit from being
covered during microwave cookery, follow recommendations
where given and use vented microwave cling film or a suitable lid.
Size & shape
Food size and shape affect the amount of cooking time needed.
When cooking more than one portion of the same food ensure
they are of a similar size and shape.
Density &
quantity
Food density and quantity affect the amount of cooking time
needed, for example, potatoes require more cooking than peas;
four potatoes will take longer to cook than two.
Composition
& quality
Food high in fat or sugar (Christmas pudding, mince pies)
requires less heating time and should be watched, over-heating
can lead to fire. Use good quality ingredients for microwaving.
Economical cuts of meat can be used for casseroles.
Hygiene
Food hygiene standards (storage, handling and preparation)
apply to microwaving. Always store convenience foods as
recommended by the food manufacturer and keep no longer than
the "Use By" date.
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ADVICE FOR DEFROSTING
Meat joints
Place in a flan dish, turn over at least 4-5 times during defrosting,
shield any warm areas with small, flat pieces of foil. After defrosting,
wrap in foil and allow meat to stand for 1-2 hours, until thoroughly
defrosted.
Poultry
Place in a flan dish, turn over at least 3-4 times during defrosting,
shield any warm areas with small, pieces of foil. After defrosting,
wrap in foil and allow poultry to stand for 1-2 hours, until thoroughly
defrosted.
NOTE: Do not defrost poultry with giblets.
Steak, Chops
& Chicken
Portions
Place in a flan dish, separate during defrosting and turn over at least
2-3 times. Shield if necessary.
Cubed &
Minced Meat
Place in a bowl, remove defrosted parts and turn over at least 3-4
times during defrosting.
Whole fish
& Fillets
Place in a flan dish, separate and turn over at least twice during
defrosting. Shield if necessary.
Prepacked
Frozen Foods
Remove packaging, including any foil and place in a suitable dish.
NOTES:
•
•
•
•
To defrost food, use either MED LOW (20%) or DEFROST (10%) microwave power.
Shield warm areas with small pieces of foil if necessary.
It is important to turn food over, separate (where appropriate) and rearrange to ensure even defrosting.
Standing time is necessary after defrosting to ensure thorough defrosting.
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ADVICE FOR REHEATING
!
WARNINGS:
Oil & Fat: Never heat oil or fat for deep frying as this may lead to overheating and fire. Stand back when opening
the oven door to allow heat or steam to disperse. When removing covers (such as cling-film), opening roasting
bags or popcorn packaging, direct steam away from face and hands.
Never heat liquids in narrow-necked containers, as this could result in the contents erupting from the
container and may cause burns.
• Remove food from foil or metal containers before reheating.
• Reheating times will be affected by the shape, depth, quantity and temperature of food together with the size, shape and
material of the container.
• To avoid overheating and fire, spacial care must be taken when reheating foods with a high sugar or fat content, for example,
mince pies, Christmas pudding.
• Canned potatoes should not be heated in the microwave oven, follow the manufacturers' instructions on the can.
Plated meals
Remove any poultry or meat portions, reheat these
separately, see below. Place smaller items of food to the
centre of the plate, larger and thicker foods to the edge.
Cover with vented microwave cling film and reheat on
MEDIUM (50%), stir/rearrange halfway through reheating.
Ensure thoroughly reheated before serving.
Casseroles
Cover with vented microwave cling film or a suitable lid,
reheat on MEDIUM (50%). Stir frequently to ensure even
reheating.
Poultry portions
Place thickest parts of the portions on the outside of the
dish, cover with microwave cling film and reheat on MEDIUM
(50%). Turn over halfway through reheating.
NOTE: Ensure poultry is thoroughly reheated, before serving.
Sliced meat
Cover with vented microwave cling film and reheat on
MEDIUM (50%). Rearrange at least once to ensure even
reheating.
NOTE: Ensure meat is thoroughly reheated before serving.
Pies
Place pies on plate or in a flan dish. Reheat meat pies and
fruit pies on MEDIUM (50%).
Vegetables
Cover with vented microwave cling film or suitable lid and
reheat on MEDIUM (50%). Stir at least once during reheating.
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D EFROSTING CHART
MANUAL DEFROSTING
FOOD
Beef, Lamb &
Pork Joints
(uncooked)
DEFROSTING TIME MICROWAVE
R-23AM R-22AMM POWER LEVEL
8 mins 13-14 mins
/450g (1lb)
DEFROST
(10%)
METHOD
1. Place on a large plate.
2. Turn over 4-5 times during defrosting.
NOTE: If necessary, small pieces of aluminium
foil can be used to shield small areas of meat
which may become warm during defrosting.
3. After defrosting, wrap in foil and leave to stand
for 1-2 hours or until thoroughly defrosted.
As above
Whole
Poultry
(uncooked)
6-7 mins 13 mins
/450g (1lb)
DEFROST
(10%)
Minced Beef
(uncooked)
3-4 mins 5-6 mins
/450g (1lb)
MED LOW
(20%)
1. Place on a plate or in a flan dish.
2. Turn over 2-3 times during defrosting, removing
defrosted mince each time.
3. After defrosting, cover any frozen mince
remaining with aluminium foil for 15-20 minutes
or until thoroughly defrosted.
DEFROST
(10%)
1. Place on a large plate, in a single layer if possible.
2. Turn over 2-3 times during defrosting and
separate if necessary.
3. After defrosting, cover with aluminium foil and
leave to stand for 15-20 minutes or until
thoroughly defrosted.
Sausages
(uncooked)
thick
thin
5-6 mins 8-9 mins
3-4 mins 5-6 mins
/450g (1lb)
Bacon
(uncooked)
5-6 mins 7-8 mins
/450g (1lb)
DEFROST
(10%)
1. Place on a plate.
2. Separate and re-arrange 3-4 times during defrosting.
3. After defrosting, cover with aluminium foil and
leave to stand for 5-10 minutes or until
thoroughly defrosted.
Sausage
Rolls Large
(cooked)
1-2 mins 3-4 mins
for 8 rolls, 375g (13oz)
Total weight
DEFROST
(10%)
1. Place on a large plate.
2. Turn over and re-arrange halfway through
defrosting.
3. After defrosting, cover with foil and leave to stand for
15-30 minutes or until thoroughly defrosted.
Quiche
(cooked)
5-6 mins 7-8 mins
/450g (1lb)
DEFROST
(10%)
1. Place on a large plate.
2. After defrosting, cover with foil and leave to stand for
15-30 minutes or until thoroughly defrosted.
Meat Pie
(cooked)
4 mins
6-7 mins
/450g (1lb)
DEFROST
(10%)
As above.
Fruit Pie/
Crumble
(cooked)
3-4 mins 5-6 mins
/450g (1lb)
DEFROST
(10%)
As above.
Sponge
Pudding
(cooked)
2-3 mins 3-4 mins
/450g (1lb)
DEFROST
(10%)
As above.
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FOOD
DEFROSTING TIME MICROWAVE
R-23AM R-22AMM POWER LEVEL
METHOD
Bread Sliced
4-5 mins 4-6 mins
/800g (13/4lb) loaf
MED LOW
(20%)
1. Arrange and separate slices on the turntable.
2. Turn over, separate and re-arrange twice during
defrosting. Remove defrosted slices each time.
3. After defrosting, cover with foil for 5-10 minutes
or until thoroughly defrosted.
Bread Buns
1-2 mins 2-3 mins
for 6 buns
DEFROST
(10%)
1. Place on turntable.
2. Turn over & re-arrange halfway through defrosting.
3. After defrosting, cover with foil and leave to stand for
15 minutes or until thoroughly defrosted.
Rice (cooked)
5-6 mins 6-8 mins
/450g (1lb)
MED LOW
(20%)
1. Place in a large bowl.
2. Break up during defrosting, removing defrosted
rice each time.
3. After defrosting, cover any frozen rice remaining
with foil and leave to stand for 10-15 minutes or
until thoroughly defrosted.
NOTES:
Prior to defrosting, food is frozen approx. -180C.
If it is necessary to shield small areas of food, use small pieces of foil.
Only use food which is thoroughly defrosted, use a professional food thermometer to ensure acceptable
temperatures have been achieved throughout.
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FOOD
COOKING TIME
R-23AM
Beef: Medium
(Topside,
Silverside)
Chilled (50C)
R-22AMM
MICROWAVE
POWERLEVEL
METHOD
1. Place fat side down in a flan dish.
2. Turn over halfway through cooking and remove juice.
3. After cooking, wrap in foil and leave to stand for
8 minutes before serving.
8-9 mins 12-14 mins
/450g (1lb)
MEDIUM
(50%)
Lamb, medium 8-9 mins 12-14 mins
(fillet, shoulder,
/450g (1lb)
leg)
Chilled (50C)
MEDIUM
(50%)
As above.
Pork (loin, leg) 12-13 mins 16-18 mins
Chilled (50C)
/450g (1lb)
MEDIUM
(50%)
As above.
Poultry (whole) 7-8 mins 11-13 mins
(max.3.5kg(8lb)
/450g (1lb)
Chilled (50C)
MEDIUM
(50%)
1. Place breast side down in a flan dish.
2. Turn over halfway through cooking and remove juice.
3. After cooking, wrap in foil and leave to stand for
10 minutes before serving.
Chicken Portions
Legs
7-8 mins 7-8 mins
Breast
9-10 mins 11-13 mins
Chilled (50C)
/450g (1lb)
MEDIUM
(50%)
1. Place best side down in a single layer in a flan dish.
2. Turn over halfway through cooking, & remove juice.
3. After cooking, wrap in foil and leave to stand for
5 minutes before serving.
Minced Beef
Chilled (50C)
5-6 mins
7 mins
/450g (1lb)
MEDIUM
(50%)
1. Place in a large bowl.
2. Stir 2-3 times during cooking.
3. After cooking cover bowl with foil and leave to
stand for 2-3 minutes before serving.
Bacon
Chilled (50C)
2 mins 3-4 mins
for 8 rashers
HIGH
(100%)
Burgers
Chilled (50C)
2 mins
4 mins
for 4 burgers
/450g (1lb)
HIGH
(100%)
As above
HIGH
(100%)
As above
As above
Sausages
(thick)
Chilled (50C)
(thin)
Chilled (50C)
2 mins
3 mins
for 8 sausages
2 mins 3-4 mins
for 12 sausages
Sliced
Gammon
Chilled (50C)
2-3 mins
3 mins
for 1 slice
/250g (9oz)
HIGH
(100%)
Fish Fillet/
Steaks
Chilled (50C)
3 mins 4-5 mins
/450g (1lb)
HIGH
(100%)
Trout
(whole)
Chilled (50C)
5 mins 6-7 mins
/450g (1lb)
MEDIUM
(50%)
1. Place in a single layer on a large plate.
2. Turn over halfway through cooking.
3. Leave to stand for 1 minute before serving.
1. Place in a single layer in a large flan dish, cover with
microwave cling film and pierce in 4-5 places.
2. Leave to stand for 2-3 minutes before serving.
As above.
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FOOD
COOKING TIME
R-23AM
Rice/Pasta
Room (200C)
R-22AMM
11-12 mins 12-14 mins
for 200g (7oz)
MICROWAVE
POWERLEVEL
MEDIUM
(50%)
METHOD
1. Place Rice/Pasta in a 2.5 litre casserole dish.
2. Add three times the volume of boiling water to
quantity of rice. Do not cover.
3. Stir 3 times during cooking.
4. Stand for 2-3 minutes before rinsing in boiling
water and serving.
HIGH
(100%)
1. Pierce each potato in several places.
2. Place on the edge of the turntable.
3. Stand for 3-4 minutes before serving.
Corn on the Cob Fresh:
2-3 mins
4 mins
Room 200C
for 2 cobs
Frozen -180C
Frozen:
4-5 mins 6-7 mins
for 2 cobs
HIGH
(100%)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Beans (green)
Fresh: 200C
Frozen: - 180C
Fresh:
2 mins 3-4 mins
for 225g (8oz)
Frozen:
2-3 mins
4 mins
for 225g (8oz)
HIGH
(100%)
1. Place in a dish, add 30ml (2tbsp) water.
2. Cover with microwave cling film and pierce in 4-5
places.
3. Stir halfway through cooking.
4. Stand for 1-2 minutes before serving.
Broccoli
Fresh: 200C
Frozen: - 180C
Fresh:
2 mins 3-4 mins
for 225g (8oz)
Frozen:
3 mins
4 mins
for 225g (8oz)
HIGH
(100%)
As above
Carrots (sliced)
Fresh: 200C
Frozen: -180C
Fresh:
2 mins
4 mins
for 225g (8oz)
Frozen:
3 mins
5 mins
for 225g (8oz)
HIGH
(100%)
As above
Carrots
(baby, whole)
Fresh: 200C
Frozen: -180C
Fresh:
2 mins
4 mins
for 225g (8oz)
Frozen:
3 mins
4 mins
for 225g (8oz)
HIGH
(100%)
As above
Cauliflower
Fresh: 200C
Frozen: -180C
Fresh:
2 mins 3-4 mins
for 225g (8oz)
Frozen:
3 mins
4 mins
for 225g (8oz)
HIGH
(100%)
As above
Peas
Fresh: 200C
Frozen: -180C
Fresh:
1-2 mins 2-3 mins
for 225g (8oz)
Frozen:
2-3 mins 3-4 mins
for 225g (8oz)
HIGH
(100%)
Jacket
Potatoes
Room (200C)
4-5 mins
6 mins
for 2 potatoes
Place in a dish, add 60ml (4tbsp) water.
Cover with microwave cling film pierce in 4-5 places.
Turn over halfway through cooking.
Stand for 1-2 minutes before serving.
1. Place in a dish, add 30ml (2tbsp) water.
2. Cover with microwave cling film and pierce in 4-5
places.
3. Stir halfway through cooking.
4. Leave to stand for 1-2 minutes before serving.
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FOOD
COOKING TIME
R-23AM
R-22AMM
MICROWAVE
POWERLEVEL
METHOD
New potatoes
Room 200C
4 mins 6-7 mins
for 450g (1lb)
HIGH
(100%)
Mushrooms
(fresh)
Room 200C
1 min
2 mins
for 225g (8oz)
MEDIUM
(50%)
1. Chop or leave whole as desired.
2. Place in dish, cover with microwave cling film
and pierce in 4-5 places.
3. Stir halfway through cooking.
Tomatoes
(fresh)
Room 200C
1 min
2 mins
for 225g (8oz)
MEDIUM
(50%)
1. Slice or quarter as desired.
NOTE: If you wish to leave whole, pierce in
several places.
2. Place in a dish or on a plate, cover with
microwave cling film and pierce in 4-5 places.
3. Leave to stand for 1-2 minutes before serving.
Scrambled Egg
Chilled 50C
2 mins
3 mins
1. Place in a large dish, add 60ml (4tbsp) water.
2. Cover dish with microwave cling film and pierce
in 4-5 places.
3. Stir halfway through cooking.
4. Leave to stand for 1-2 minutes before serving.
1. Place 6 eggs (size 3), 150ml (1/4 pint) milk, 15g
(1/2oz) butter, salt and pepper in a bowl and beat
thoroughly until smooth.
2. Beat 3 times during cooking until desirably set.
3. Leave to stand for 30 seconds before serving.
HIGH
(100%)
NOTES:
Only serve food which is thoroughly cooked, use a professional food thermometer to ensure acceptable
temperatures have been reached throughout.
Hygiene - see Food Handling & Preparation, Page 10
When cooking joints of meat small pieces of aluminium foil can be used to shield small areas of meat if they start
to overcook.
During standing time food should be covered. If covered during cooking, leave covered. If cooked uncovered,
cover with foil.
The cooking times given above are provided as a guide only. Cooking times will vary according to food weight,
quality and initial temperature. Please ensure that food is thoroughly cooked before serving.
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R EHEATING CHART
FOOD
TEMP
QUANTITY
METHOD
REHEATING TIME
ON HIGH (100%)
R-23AM
R-22AMM
BREAKFAST
Porridge
Chilled
125g (5oz)
Place in a bowl, uncovered
35 sec
1 min
Scrambled Egg
Chilled
125g (5oz)
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec
50 sec
Scrambled Egg with
bacon or sausage
Chilled
175g (6oz)
As above
50 sec 1 min 20 sec
Bacon
Chilled
4 rashers
As above
25 sec
45 sec
Sausages - thick
Chilled
4
As above
35 sec
55 sec
Sausages - thin
Chilled
8
As above
35 sec
55 sec
Smoked Haddock
Chilled
175g (6oz)
As above
45 sec 1 min 20 sec
Mushrooms
Chilled
100g (4oz)
Place in a bowl, uncovered
15 sec
30 sec
Fresh Tomatoes
Chilled
100g (4oz)
As above
15 sec
30 sec
HOT SANDWICHES
Hamburger
Chilled
125g (5oz)
Place on a plate, uncovered
35 sec
45 sec
Chickenburger
Chilled
135g (5oz)
As above
35 sec
45 sec
Cheeseburger
Chilled
175g (6oz)
As above
35 sec
45 sec
Hot Dog
Chilled
175g (6oz)
As above
35 sec
50 sec
Bacon
Chilled
175g (6oz)
As above
35 sec
50 sec
Sausage
Chilled
225g (8oz)
As above
50 sec
55 sec
Beef
Chilled
175g (6oz)
As above
35 sec
45 sec
PREPARED DISHES
Lasagne
Chilled
300g (11oz)
1. Place on a plate, cover with cling film 2 mins 15 sec 3 mins
2. Stand covered for 2-3 minutes
Chilli con Carne & Rice
Chilled
325g (12oz)
As above
2 mins
3 mins
Curry & Rice
Chilled
300g (11oz)
As above
2 mins
3 mins
Shepherds Pie
Chilled
300g (11oz)
As above
1 min 15 sec
Stew & Dumplings
Chilled
400g (14oz)
As above
2 mins 30 sec 3 mins
Bangers & Mash
Chilled
325g (12oz)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film 1 min 15 sec 2 mins 15 sec
Duck à l’orange
Chilled
540g (1lb 4oz)
As above
3 mins 15 sec
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2 mins
4mins
R EHEATING CHART
FOOD
TEMP
QUANTITY
METHOD
REHEATING TIME
ON HIGH (100%)
R-23AM
R-22AMM
PREPARED DISHES
Spaghetti Bolognese
Chilled
300g (11oz)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film 1 min 15 sec 2 mins 15 sec
Chicken in a sauce
Chilled
300g (11oz)
As above
2 mins 30 sec 3 mins 15 sec
Beef Stroganoff & Rice
Chilled
375g (13oz)
As above
2 mins 30 sec 2 mins 40 sec
BBQ Ribs
Chilled
375g (13oz)
As above
2 mins
Rice/Pasta
Chilled
225g (8oz)
As above
45 sec 1 min 30 sec
3 mins
SAVOURY BREAD AND PASTRY
Dinner Roll(s)
Chilled
1
2
Place on the turntable, uncovered
As above
5 sec
10 sec
10 sec
20 sec
Croissant(s)
Chilled
1
2
As above
As above
4 sec
6 sec
9 sec
11 sec
Garlic Bread
Chilled
250g (9oz)
As above
20 sec
40 sec
Pizza Slice
Chilled
Frozen
125g (5oz)
100g (4oz)
Place on a plate, uncovered
As above
25 sec
50 sec
40 sec
1min 5 sec
Pizza - small
Chilled
Frozen
75g (3oz)
100g (4oz)
As above
As above
15 sec
30 sec
50 sec 1min 5 sec
Pizza - large
Chilled
Frozen
400g (14oz)
400g (14oz)
As above
As above
1 min 1 min 30 sec
2 mins 3 mins 40 sec
Meat Pie - small
Chilled
125g (5oz)
1. Place on a plate, uncovered
2. Stand for 2-3 minutes
30 sec
Meat Pie - large
Chilled
450g (1lb)
1. Place on a plate, uncovered
2. Stand for 3-4 minutes
Quiche - slice
Chilled
125g (5oz)
1. Place on a plate, uncovered
2. Stand for 2-3 minutes
30 sec
Quiche - whole
Chilled
540g (1lb 4oz)
1. Place on a plate, uncovered
2. Stand for 3-4 minutes
1 min 30 sec
Cornish Pastie(s)
(175g)(6oz) each
Chilled
1
2
Place on a plate, uncovered
As above
35 sec
55 sec
1 min 10 sec 1 min 50 sec
Sausage Roll(s)
75g (3oz) each
Chilled
1
2
Place on a plate, uncovered
As above
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50 sec
1 min 10 sec 1 min 50 sec
15 sec
25 sec
30 sec
2 mins
30 sec
40 sec
R EHEATING CHART
FOOD
TEMP
QUANTITY
METHOD
REHEATING TIME
ON HIGH (100%)
R-23AM
R-22AMM
CANNED FOODS
Baked Beans
Room
450g (1lb)
Place in a bowl, cover with cling
film, stir halfway through cooking
1 min 30 sec 2 mins 10 sec
Sausage & Beans
Room
450g (1lb)
As above
2 mins 10 sec 3 mins
Soup - thick/thin
Room
425g (15oz)
As above
1 min 50 sec 2 mins 30 sec
Hot Dogs
Room
425g (15oz)
Place in a bowl, cover with cling film 1 min 45 sec 2 mins 30 sec
Peas
Room
550g (1lb 4oz)
Place in a bowl, cover with cling film, 2 mins 10 sec 3 mins
stir halfway through cooking
Sweetcorn
Room
325g (12oz)
As above
1 min 30 sec
Carrots - whole, sliced
Room
540g (1lb 4oz)
As above
2 mins 30 sec 3 mins 20 sec
Tomatoes
Room
400g (14oz)
As above
2 mins 30 sec
Asparagus
Room
350g (12oz)
As above
Green Beans
Room
300g (11oz)
Place in a bowl, cover with cling film, 2 mins 30 sec
stir halfway through cooking
2 mins
3 mins
1 min 50 sec 2 mins 30 sec
3 mins
FRESH VEGETABLES
Green Beans
Chilled
125g (5oz)
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec
40 sec
Broccoli
Chilled
125g (5oz)
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec
40 sec
Carrots - sliced
Chilled
125g (5oz)
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec
40 sec
Cauliflower
Chilled
125g (5oz)
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec
40 sec
Corn on the Cob
Chilled
200g (7oz)
Place on a plate, uncovered
Peas
Chilled
100g (4oz)
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec
Jacket Potatoes
Chilled
250g (9oz)
Place on the turntable, uncovered
1 min 1 min 45 sec
New Potatoes
Chilled
225g (8oz)
Place on a plate, uncovered
1 min 1 min 45 sec
Brussels Sprouts
Chilled
225g (8oz)
Place on a plate, uncovered
30 sec
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1 min 10 sec 1 min 45 sec
45 sec
40 sec
R EHEATING CHART
FOOD
TEMP
QUANTITY
METHOD
REHEATING TIME
ON HIGH (100%)
R-23AM
R-22AMM
MEAT PORTIONS
Chicken Portions
Leg
Breast
Chilled
Chilled
1 (300g)(11oz)
1 (400g)(14oz)
1 min 1 min 30 sec
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
Place on a plate, cover with cling film 1 min 30 sec 2 mins
Lamb Chops
Chilled
3 (225g)(8oz)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film 1 min 30 sec
Pork Chop
Chilled
1 (125g)(5oz)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
Sliced Meat with Gravy
Chilled
1 (225g)(8oz)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film 1 min 30 sec 2 mins 10 sec
Gammon-sliced
Chilled
1(250g)(9oz)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
55 sec 1 min 20 sec
Trout
Chilled
1(200g)(7oz)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
1 min 1 min 30 sec
Salmon Steak
Chilled
1(200g)(7oz)
Place on a plate, cover with cling film
1 min 1 min 30 sec
2 mins
50 sec 1 min 30 sec
SWEET PORTIONS
Fruit Crumble
Chilled
175g (6oz)
Place in a bowl, uncovered
35 sec
Fruit Crumble
with custard
Chilled
275g (10oz)
Place in a bowl, uncovered
1 min 1 min 30 sec
Fruit Pie
Chilled
175g (6oz)
Place in a bowl, uncovered
35 sec
45 sec
Fruit Pie with
Custard
Chilled
275g (10oz)
Place in a bowl, uncovered
50 sec
1 min
Sponge Pudding
Chilled
125g (5oz)
Place in a bowl, uncovered
20 sec
35 sec
Sponge Pudding
with Custard
Chilled
225g (8oz)
Place in a bowl, uncovered
45 sec 1 min 10 sec
Suet Pudding
Chilled
175g (6oz)
Place in a bowl, uncovered
20 sec
Suet Pudding
with Custard
Chilled
275g (10oz)
Place in a bowl, uncovered
45 sec 1 min 10 sec
Chocolate Fudge
Cake
Chilled
125g (5oz)
Place on a plate, uncovered
15 sec
45 sec
35 sec
30 sec
NOTES:
Only serve food which is thoroughly reheated, use a professional food thermometer to ensure acceptable
temperatures have been reached throughout.
Temperatures refered to in this chart are: Room, approx. 20oC, Chilled, approx. 5oC, and Frozen, approx. -18oC
Hygiene - see Food Handling & Preparation, Page 10
During standing time (where recommended) food should be covered. If covered during reheating, leave covered.
If reheated uncovered, cover with foil.
The reheating times given above are provided as a guide only. Reheating times will vary according to food
weight, quality and initial temperature. Please ensure that food is thoroughly reheated before serving.
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C LEANING & MAINTENANCE
WARNING
• Never use spray cleaners, oven keys or abrasive scourers as these damage the surface of the oven.
• Do not remove the ceramic floor from the oven.
• Do not use commercial oven cleaners, abrasive or
harsh cleaners or scouring pads on any part of your
microwave oven.
• Do not sprinkle water onto the oven directly. It may
cause electric shock, leakage of electricity or damage
of the oven.
• Failure to maintain the oven in a clean condition could
lead to deterioration of the surface that could adversely
affect the life of the appliance and possibly result in a
hazardous situation.
• Do not allow grease or dirt to build up on the door
seals and adjacent parts as this may prevent the
door from closing correctly and may cause a leakage of microwaves. To clean use a mild detergent
solution on a soft damp cloth.
• DO NOT OPERATE the oven without the splash cover
in place.
• DO NOT REMOVE the splash cover UNLESS THE
POWER CORD IS REMOVED FROM THE OUTLET
because the rotary antenna,which is located on the
ceiling, operates for 1 minute after the door is opened
and injury could occur.
• Keep the ceramic floor clean at all times. If you leave
grease or fat in the cavily, it may overheat, smoke or
even catch fire when next using the oven.
SPLASH COVER
AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK, REMOVE THE SPLASH COVER AND WASH BOTH SIDES OF IT IN A MILD DETERGENT SOLUTION. A BUILD UP OF GREASE MAY OVERHEAT AND BEGIN TO SMOKE AND MAY BURN THE
SPLASH COVER. THE SPLASH COVER IS LOCATED IN THE TOP OF THE OVEN AND MAY EASILY BE REMOVED. REMEMBER TO UNPLUG THE POWER CORD.
Removal:
Reinstall:
1. Remove two thumb screws (A) as shown in Fig.1.
1. Insert two projections of the cover (B) into the holes of
2. Remove the splash cover from the oven.
the oven cavity backplate as shown in Fig. 2.
2. Secure the cover to the oven ceiling with two thumb
screws (A) as shown in Fig. 1.
Fig. 1
Door
Fig. 2
Splash cover
(B)
(A)
Holes
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Splash cover
A35557, SUK R-23AM O/M
OVEN INTERIOR
Clean the microwave oven cavity, at the end of each day
with a damp soft cloth for hygienic reasons. For heavier
soil, use mild soap applied with a soft damp cloth wipe
clean ensuring all mild soap is removed. Make sure that
mild soap or water does not penetrate through the small
vents in the walls which may cause damage to the oven.
Take care not to let soapy water drip through the small
holes in the oven walls. Excess water spillage through
these holes will cause damage to the oven interior. It is
important that the door seals and sealing surfaces are
kept clean at all times, wipe regularly with a damp cloth.
The ceramic floor should be kept clean at all times. Minor
spills may be wiped with a damp cloth.
OUTER CABINET
Wipe the outside cabinet with a mild detergent
solution on a soft cloth. The control panel must be
wiped clean whilst the door is open, therefore
inactivating the oven.
Keep the air intake filter clean. Clean the air
intake filter once every two weeks.
Remove the air intake filter by pulling the two (2)
clips on the sides of the filter.
Wash the air intake filter in mild soapy water,
rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
After cleaning re-install the air intake filter.
Do not operate the oven without the air intake filter
in place.
Air intake filter
Hole
Oven
Hole
Clip
Clip
Air intake filter
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T ROUBLESHOOTING
If you answer "NO" to any question first check that the
oven is plugged in properly and the fuse has not blown, if
there is no fault with either, check against the troubleshooting chart below.
If you think the oven is not working properly there are some
simple checks which you can carry out yourself before you
call for an engineer. This will help prevent unnecessary
service calls if the fault is something simple.
Simply answer "YES" or "NO" to the following questions:
1 Do the oven lamp and fan motor come on for 1
minute when you open the door?
YES/NO
Put half a cup of water on the ceramic floor in the oven
and close the door. Cook for 1 minute at 100%.
2 Does the oven lamp come on?
YES/NO
3 Does the fan motor work? (Check by placing your
hand above the air vent openings)
YES/NO
4 After 1 minute does the "Beep" signal sound?
YES/NO
5 And did the heating indicator "ON" go out?
YES/NO
6 Is the water in the cup hot?
YES/NO
! WARNINGS:
• Never adjust, repair or modify the oven yourself,
or allow anyone other than a Service Technician,
appointed by SHARP to carry out the service.
• The door seal stops microwave leakage during oven
operation, but does not form an airtight seal. It is normal to see drops of water, light or feel warm air around
the oven door. Food with a high moisture content will
release steam and cause condensation inside the door
which may drip from the oven.
• Repairs & Modifications: Do not attempt to operate the
oven if it is not working properly.
• Outer Cabinet & Lamp Access: Never remove the outer
cabinet. This would be very dangerous due to high
voltage parts inside which must never be touched, as
this could be fatal, As your oven has a removable cover
over oven light bulb, it is possible for you to replace
the light bulb yourseif with care. The light bulb can be
purchased from Sharp Electronics (U.K.) Ltd. See page
25. Unplug the oven before replacing the light bulb.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Draught circulates around the
door.
When oven is working, air circulates within the cavity. The door does not
form an airtight seal so air may escape from the door.
Condensation forms in the
oven, and may drip from the
door.
The oven cavity will normally be colder than the food being cooked, and so
steam produced when cooking will condense on the colder surface. The
amount of steam produced depends on the water content of the food being
cooked. Some foods, such as potatoes have a high moisture content. Condensation trapped in the door glass should clear after a few hours.
Flashing or arcing from within
the cavity when cooking.
Arcing will occur when a metallic object comes into dose proximity to the
oven cavity during cooking. This may possibly roughen the surface of the
cavity, but would not otherwise damage the oven.
Arcing potatoes.
Ensure all "eyes" are removed and place in a heat resistant flan dish or
similar.
After setting the time, the
oven does not start.
Check the door is closed properly.
Oven cooks too slowly.
Ensure correct power level has been selected.
Oven makes a noise.
The microwave energy pulses ON/OFF during cooking/defrosting.
Outer cabinet is hot.
The cabinet may become warm to the touch - keep children away
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T O REPLACE THE MAINS PLUG
The wires in the mains cable are colour coded as shown
opposite:
As the colours of the cores in the mains lead of your oven
may not correspond with the coloured marking identifying
the terminals in your plug, connect the wires as shown:
Make sure the terminal screws are tight and the cable is
held securely by the cable grip where it enters the plug.
Like most appliances in your home, your oven must be connected to a single phase 230-240 Volt, 50Hz alternating current supply.
If you do not make the proper electrical connections you
might damage the oven or injure yourself. Neither SHARP
nor the supplier will be liable if this happens.
green and yellow stripes
=
EARTH
blue
=
NEUTRAL
brown
=
LIVE
• The green and yellow wire to the plug terminal
marked E or or coloured green or coloured green
and yellow.
• The blue wire to the plug terminal maked N or
coloured black or coloured blue.
• The brown wire to the plug terminal marked L or
coloured red or coloured brown.
! WARNING:
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBTS ABOUT YOUR
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY ASK A QUALIFIED
ELECTRICIAN.
C ALLING FOR SERVICE
• If you are unable to resolve a problem using the checks
covered on the last few pages, do not attempt to service this microwave oven yourself.
• Contact the dealer or supplier from whom the oven was
purchased in order to obtain service. Where this is not
possible, please contact the SHARP Customer Information Centre, telephone:
08705 274277 (office hours).
• For general information & assistance with oven queries, please contact our
Customer Information Centre:
U.K.:
08705 274277 (office hours)
Ireland:
01 676 0648 (office hours)
Website: http://www.sharp.co.uk/support
• Replacement accessories may be obtained from
our main parts distributor Willow Vale Electronics Ltd.
Telephone: 0121 766 5414
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SPECIFICATIONS:
R-22AMM
AC Line voltage
AC Power required
Output power
R-23AM
Single phase 230-240V, 50Hz
2.4kW
2.9kW
1500W(IEC 60705)
1900W (IEC 60705)
Microwave frequency
2450MHz* (Group 2 / Class B)
Outside dimensions
510(W) x 335(H) x 470(D) mm (Single)
510(W) x 670(H) x 470(D) mm (Two ovens stacked)
Cavity dimensions
330(W) x 180(H) x 330(D) mm
Oven capacity
0.7 cu.ft (20 litres)
Cooking uniformity
Rotary antenna system
Weight
Approx. 33kg
* This Product fulfils the requirement of the European standard EN55011. In conformity with this
standard, this product is classified as group 2 class B equipment. Group 2 means that the
equipment intentionally generates radio-frequency energy in the form of electromagnetic
radiation for heating treatment of food. Class B equipment means that the equipment suitable to
be used in domestic establishments.
(This product is not limited to be used in domestic establishment, but it is suitable to be used at
commercial location too.)
•
As part of a policy of continuous improvement,
we reserve the right to alter design and
specification without notice.
•
No part of this publication may be reproduced,
stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any
form, electronic, mechanical, photocopied,
recorded, translated or other means without prior
permission from SHARP Electronics (U.K.) Ltd.
•
The illustrations, technical information and data
contained in this publication to our best
knowledge, were correct at the time of going to
print. The right to change specifications, at any
time, without notice, is reserved as part of our
policy of continuous development and
improvement.
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A. Information on Disposal for Users
(private households)
1. In the European Union
Attention: If you want to dispose of this equipment, please do not use the
ordinary dust bin!
Used electrical and electronic equipment must be treated separately and in
accordance with legislation that requires proper treatment, recovery and
recycling of used electrical and electronic equipment.
Following the implementation by member states, private households within
the EU states may return their used electrical and electronic equipment to
designated collection facilities free of charge*.
In some countries* your local retailer may also take back your old product
free of charge if you purchase a similar new one.
*) Please contact your local authority for further details.
If your used electrical or electronic equipment has batteries or accumulators,
please dispose of these separately beforehand according to local
requirements.
By disposing of this product correctly you will help ensure that the waste
undergoes the necessary treatment, recovery and recycling and thus
prevent potential negative effects on the environment and human health
which could otherwise arise due to inappropriate waste handling.
Attention:
Your product is
marked with this
symbol.
It means that used
electrical and
electronic products
should not be mixed
with general
household waste.
There is a separate
collection system for
these products.
2. In other Countries outside the EU
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities and
ask for the correct method of disposal.
For Switzerland: Used electrical or electronic equipment can be returned
free of charge to the dealer, even if you don’t purchase a new product.
Further collection facilities are listed on the homepage of www.swico.ch or
www.sens.ch.
B. Information on Disposal for Business Users
1. In the European Union
If the product is used for business purposes and you want to discard it:
Please contact your SHARP dealer who will inform you about the take-back
of the product. You might be charged for the costs arising from take-back
and recycling. Small products (and small amounts) might be taken back by
your local collection facilities.
For Spain: Please contact the established collection system or your local
authority for take-back of your used products.
2. In other Countries outside the EU
If you wish to discard of this product, please contact your local authorities
and ask for the correct method of disposal.
SHARP ELECTRONICS (U.K.) Ltd
4 Furzeground Way, Stockley Park, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB11 1EZ.
London, U.K.
U.K.: 08705 274277 (office hours)
Ireland: 01 676 0648 (office hours)
Website: http://www.sharp.co.uk/support
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