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Microwave Oven
Owner's Manual
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Contents
Model Number
Important Safety Instructions ................................................................2-4
Installation ................................................................................................5
Serial Number
Other Helpful Information......................................................................6-7
Cooking Utensils ......................................................................................8
Date of Purchase
Feature Diagram ......................................................................................9
Control Panel ...........................................................................................9
In our continuing effort to improve the quality and performance of our appliances, it
may be necessary to make
changes to the appliance without revising this guide.
Operating Instructions .......................................................................10-17
Fresh Vegetable Chart ...........................................................................18
Using Sensor Cook ................................................................................19
Care and Cleaning .................................................................................20
Troubleshooting......................................................................................21
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Warranty .................................................................................................24
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Part No.8112P201-60
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
What You Need
to Know About
Safety Instructions
Recognize Safety Symbols, Words, Labels
Warning and Important Safety Instructions appearing in this manual
are not meant to cover all possible
conditions and situations that may
occur. Common sense, caution, and
care must be exercised when
installing, maintaining, or operating
microwave.
DANGER— Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe personal injury or
death.
Always contact your dealer, distributor, service agent, or manufacturer
about problems or conditions you do
not understand.
DANGER
WARNING
WARNING— Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death.
CAUTION
CAUTION— Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in minor personal injury.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
To avoid risk of personal injury or property damage,
observe the following:
7. Do not operate the oven empty. Either food or
water should always be in the oven during operation to absorb microwave energy.
1. Be certain to place the front surface of the door
three inches away or more from the countertop
edge to avoid accidental tipping of the appliance
in normal usage.
2. For the most accurate programming of the electronic units, touch the center of each pad securely. Do not touch several pads at one time or touch
between pads. A beep sound should be heard
with each touch when a pad is touched correctly.
3. Do not hit or strike the control with objects such as
silverware, utensils, etc. Breakage may occur.
4. Be careful when taking the cooking utensils out of
the oven. Some dishes absorb heat from the
cooked food and may be hot.
5. Do not rinse cooking utensils by immediately placing them into water just after cooking. This may
cause breakage. Allow the turntable to cool.
6. Use only specific glass utensils. See cooking
utensils section in this manual.
8. Do not use your microwave oven to dry newspapers or clothes. They can catch fire.
9. Use only thermometers approved for microwave
oven cooking.
10. Be certain the turntable is in place when you operate the oven.
11. Pierce the skin of potatoes, whole squash,
apples, or any fruit or vegetable which has a skin
covering before cooking.
12. Never use your microwave oven to cook eggs in
the shell. Pressure can build up inside the shell,
causing it to burst.
13. Do not pop popcorn, except in a microwave-safe
container or commercial package designed especially for microwave ovens. Never try to pop popcorn in a paper bag not designed for microwave
oven use. Overcooking may result in smoke and
fire. Do not repop unpopped kernels. Do not reuse
popcorn bags.
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE
ENERGY
WARNING
Liquids such as water, coffee, or tea are able to be
overheated beyond the boiling point without appearing to be boiling due to surface tension of the liquid.
Visible bubbling or boiling when the container is
removed from the microwave oven is not always present. THIS COULD RESULT IN VERY HOT LIQUIDS SUDDENLY BOILING OVER WHEN A
SPOON OR OTHER UTENSIL IS INSERTED INTO
THE LIQUID. To reduce the risk of injury to persons:
1. Do not overheat the liquid.
2. Stir the liquid both before and halfway through
heating it.
3. Do not use straight-sided containers with narrow necks.
4. After heating, allow the container to stand in the
microwave oven for a short time before removing the container.
5. Use extreme care when inserting a spoon or
other utensil into the container.
A. DO NOT attempt to operate this oven with the
door open since open door operation can result
in harmful exposure to microwave energy. It is
important not to defeat or tamper with the safety interlocks.
B. DO NOT place any object between the oven
front face and the door to allow soil or cleaner
residue to accumulate on sealing surfaces.
C. DO NOT operate the oven if it is damaged. It is
particularly important that oven door close
properly and that there is no damage to:
1. door (bent),
2. hinges and latches (broken or loosened),
3. door seals and sealing surfaces.
D. Oven should not be adjusted or repaired by
anyone except properly qualified service personnel.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Recognize this symbol as a SAFETY message
WARNING
When using electrical microwave, basic safety precautions should be followed to reduce risk of burns, electric
shock, fire, or injury to persons or exposure to excessive microwave energy.
1. READ all instructions before using the appliance.
2. READ AND FOLLOW the specific PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY in IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
3. This appliance MUST BE GROUNDED. Connect
only to properly grounded outlet. See GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS in Installation section of this
manual.
4. Install or locate this appliance ONLY in accordance with the installation instructions.
5. Some products such as whole eggs and sealed
containers—for example, closed glass jars—are
able to explode and SHOULD NOT be HEATED
in this oven.
6. Use this appliance ONLY for its intended use as
described in this manual. Do not use corrosive
chemicals or vapors in this appliance. This type of
oven is specifically designed to heat, cook or dry
food. It is not designed for industrial or laboratory
use.
7. As with any appliance, CLOSE SUPERVISION is
necessary when used by CHILDREN.
8. DO NOT operate this equipment if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, or
if it has been damaged or dropped.
9. This appliance should be serviced ONLY by qualified service personnel. Contact the nearest
authorized service facility for examination, repair,
or adjustment.
10. DO NOT cover or block any openings on the
appliance.
11. DO NOT store this appliance outdoors. DO NOT
use this product near water – for example, near a
kitchen sink, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, or similar locations.
12. DO NOT immerse cord or plug in water.
13. Keep cord AWAY from HEATED surfaces.
14. DO NOT let cord hang over edge of table or
counter.
15. When cleaning surfaces of door and oven that
comes together on closing the door, use only mild,
non abrasive soaps or detergents applied with a
sponge or soft cloth.
16. DO NOT heat any type of baby bottles or baby
food. Uneven heating may occur and could cause
personal injury.
17. Avoid heating small-necked containers such as
syrup bottles.
18. Avoid using corrosive and vapors, such as sulfide
and chloride.
19. Liquids heated in certain shaped containers
(especially cylindrical-shaped containers) may
become overheated. The liquid may splash out
with a loud noise during or after heating or when
adding ingredients (instant coffee, etc.), resulting
in harm to the oven and possible injury. In all containers, for best results, stir the liquid several
times before heating. Always stir liquid several
times between reheatings.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity:
c. If materials inside the oven should ignite, KEEP
OVEN DOOR CLOSED, turn oven off, and disconnect the power cord or shut off power at the
fuse or circuit breaker panel.
a. Do not overcook food. Carefully attend appliance
if paper, plastic, or other combustible materials
are placed inside the oven to facilitate cooking.
d. Do not use the cavity for storage purposes. Do
not leave paper products, cooking utensils, or
food in the cavity when not in use.
b. Remove wire twist-ties from paper or plastic bags
before placing bag in oven.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Installation
CIRCUITS
WARNING
➣ To avoid risk of electrical
shock or death, this oven
must be grounded.
➣ To avoid risk of electrical
shock or death, do not alter
the plug.
Grounding Instructions
Oven
MUST
be
grounded.
Grounding reduces risk of electric
shock by providing an escape wire
for the electric current if an electrical
short occurs. This oven is equipped
with a cord having a grounding wire
with a grounding plug. The plug must
be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed and grounded.
RADIO INTERFERENCE
For safety purposes this oven must
be plugged into a 15 or 20 Amp
circuit. No other electrical appliances
or lighting circuits should be on this
line. If in doubt, consult a licensed
electrician.
Consult a qualified electrician or servicer if grounding instructions are not
completely understood, or if doubt
exists as to whether the oven is properly grounded.
Do not use an extension cord. If
the product power cord is too short,
have a qualified electrician install a
three-slot receptacle. This oven
should be plugged into a separate 60
hertz circuit with the electrical rating
as shown in specifications table.
When the combination oven is on a
circuit with other equipment, an
increase in cooking times may be
required and fuses can be blown.
Microwave operates on standard
household current, 110-120V.
2. When there is interference, it
may be reduced or eliminated by
taking the following measures:
a. Clean the door and the sealing surfaces of the oven.
VOLTAGE
The voltage used at the wall receptacle must be the same as specified on
the oven name plate located inside
oven door. Use of a higher voltage is
dangerous and may result in a fire or
other type of accident causing oven
damage. Low voltage will cause slow
cooking. In case your microwave
oven does not perform normally in
spite of proper voltage, remove and
reinsert the plug.
PLACEMENT OF
THE OVEN
Ensure proper ground
exists before use
1. Microwave oven operation may
interfere with TV or radio reception.
Your microwave oven can be placed
easily in your kitchen, family room, or
anywhere else in your home. Place
the oven on a flat surface such as a
kitchen countertop or a specially
designed microwave oven cart. Do
not place oven above a gas or electric range. Free air flow around the
oven is important.
DO NOT BLOCK
AIR VENTS
All air vents should be kept clear during cooking. If air vents are covered
during oven operation the oven may
overheat. In this case, a sensitive
thermal safety device automatically
turns the oven off. The oven will be
inoperable until it has cooled sufficiently.
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b. Reorient the receiving antenna of radio or television.
c. Relocate the microwave oven
in relation to the TV or radio.
d. Move the microwave oven
away from the receiver.
e. Plug the microwave oven into
a different outlet so that
microwave oven and receiver
are on different branch circuits.
UNPACKING OVEN
• Inspect oven for damage such as
dents in door or inside oven cavity.
• Report any dents or breakage to
source of purchase immediately.
Do not attempt to use oven if
damaged.
• Remove all materials from oven
interior.
• If oven has been stored in extremely cold area, wait a few hours
before connecting power.
Other Helpful Information
GETTING THE BEST
RESULTS FROM YOUR
MICROWAVE OVEN
Keep an eye on things. The
instructions in this book have
been formulated with great care,
but your success in preparing food
depends, of course, on how much
attention you pay to the food as it
cooks. Always watch your food while
it cooks. Your microwave oven is
equipped with a light that turns on
automatically when the oven is in
operation so that you can see inside
and check the progress of your
recipe. Directions given in recipes to
elevate, stir, and the like should be
thought of as the minimum steps recommended. If the food seems to be
cooking unevenly, simply make the
necessary adjustments you think
appropriate to correct the problem.
Factors affecting cooking times.
Many factors affect cooking times.
The temperature of ingredients used
in a recipe makes a big difference in
cooking times. For example, a cake
made with ice-cold butter, milk, and
eggs will take considerably longer to
bake than one made with ingredients
that are at room temperature. All of
the recipes in this book give a range
of cooking times. In general, you will
find that the food remains undercooked at the lower end of the time
range, and you may sometimes want
to cook your food beyond the maximum time given, according to personal preference. The governing philosophy of this book is that it is best
for a recipe to be conservative in giving cooking times. While undercooked food may always be cooked
a bit more, overcooked food is ruined
for good. Some of the recipes, particularly those for bread, cakes, and
custard, recommend that food be
removed from the oven when they
are slightly undercooked. This is not
a mistake. When allowed to stand,
usually covered, these foods will continue to cook outside of the oven as
the heat trapped within the outer por-
tions of the foods gradually travels
inward. If the foods are left in the
oven until they are cooked all the way
through, the outer portions will
become overcooked or even burned.
As you gain experience in using your
microwave oven, you will become
increasingly skillful in estimating both
cooking and standing times for various foods.
SPECIAL TECHNIQUES
IN MICROWAVE
COOKING
Browning: Meats and poultry that
are cooked fifteen minutes or longer
will brown lightly in their own fat.
Foods that are cooked for a shorter
period of time may be brushed with a
browning sauce to achieve an appetizing color. The most commonly
used
browning
sauces
are
Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce,
and barbecue sauce. Since relatively
small amounts of browning sauces
are added to foods, the original flavor
of recipes is not altered.
Covering: A cover traps heat and
steam and causes food to cook more
quickly. You may either use a lid or
microwave cling-film with a corner
folded back to prevent splitting.
Covering with waxed paper:
Waxed paper effectively prevents
spattering and helps food retain
some heat. Since it makes a looser
cover than a lid or cling-film, it allows
the food to dry out slightly.
Wrapping in waxed paper or paper
towel: Sandwiches and many other
foods containing prebaked bread
should be wrapped prior to
microwaving to prevent drying out.
Arranging and spacing: Individual
foods such as baked potatoes, small
cakes, and hors d’oeuvres will heat
more evenly if placed in the oven and
equal distance apart, preferably in a
circular pattern. Never stack foods on
top of one another.
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Stirring: Stirring is one of the most
important of all microwaving techniques. In conventional cooking,
foods are stirred for the purpose of
blending. Microwaved foods, however, are stirred in order to spread and
redistribute heat. Always stir from the
outside towards the center as the
outside food heats first.
Turning over: Large, tall foods such
as roasts and whole chickens should
be turned so that the top and bottom
will cook evenly. It is also a good idea
to turn cutup chicken and chops.
Placing thicker portions near the
edge: Since microwaves are attracted to the outside portion of foods, it
makes sense to place thicker portions of meat, poultry and fish to the
outer edge of the baking dish. This
way, thicker portions will receive the
most microwave energy and the
foods will cook evenly.
Elevating: Thick or dense foods are
often elevated so that microwaves
can be absorbed by the underside
and center of the foods.
Piercing: Foods enclosed in a shell,
skin, or membrane are likely to burst
in the oven unless they are pierced
prior to cooking. Such foods include
both yolks and whites of eggs, clams
and oysters, and many whole vegetables and fruits.
Testing if cooked: Because foods
cook so quickly in a microwave oven,
it is necessary to test food frequently.
Some foods are left in the microwave
until completely cooked, but most
foods, including meats and poultry,
are removed from the oven while still
slightly undercooked and allowed to
finish cooking during standing time.
The internal temperature of foods will
rise between 5° F (3° C) and 15° F
(8° C) during standing time.
Standing time: Foods are often
allowed to stand for 3 to 10 minutes
after being removed from the
microwave oven. Usually the foods
are covered during standing time to
retain heat unless they are supposed
to be dry in texture (some cakes and
biscuits, for example). Standing
allows foods to finish cooking and
also helps flavors to blend and develop.
HOW FOOD
CHARACTERISTICS
AFFECT MICROWAVE
COOKING
Density of foods: Light, porous food
like cakes and breads cook more
quickly than heavy, dense foods such
as roasts and casseroles. You must
take care when microwaving porous
foods that the outer edges do not
become dry and brittle.
Height of foods: The upper portion
of tall foods, particularly roasts, will
cook more quickly than the lower portion. Therefore, it is wise to turn tall
foods during cooking, sometimes
several times.
Moisture content of foods: Since
the heat generated from microwaves
tends to evaporate moisture, relatively dry foods such as roasts and some
vegetables should either be sprinkled
with water prior to cooking or covered
to retain moisture.
Bone and fat content of foods:
Bones conduct heat and fat cooks
more quickly than meat. Therefore,
care must be taken when cooking
bony or fatty cuts of meat that the
meats do not cook unevenly and do
not become overcooked.
NOTE: It is a common misconception
that microwaves cook food from the
inside out. This comes from heating
filled pastries with a high sugar content, like jelly doughnuts. The pastry
is cool but the filling is very hot! If you
cook a chicken or a roast, you’ll see
the outside is cooked first.
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Shape of foods: Microwaves penetrate only about 1 inch (2.5cm) into
foods; the interior portion of thick
foods is cooked as the heat generated on the outside travels inward. In
other words, only the outer edge of
any food is actually cooked by
microwave energy; the rest is cooked
by conduction.
It follows then that the worst possible
shape for a food that is to be
microwaved is a thick cube. The corners will burn long before the center
is even warm. Round, thin, and ring
shaped foods cook most successfully in the microwave.
Quantity of foods: The number of
microwaves in your oven remains
constant regardless of how much
food is being cooked. Therefore, the
more food you place in the oven, the
longer the cooking time. Remember
to decrease cooking times by at least
one-third when halving a recipe.
Cooking Utensils
CAUTION
To avoid risk of personal injury or property damage, do not use stoneware, aluminum foil, metal utensils, or metal
trimmed utensils in the oven.
MICROWAVE-SAFE
UTENSILS
Never use metal or metal-trimmed
utensils in your microwave oven:
Microwaves cannot penetrate metal.
They will bounce off any metal object
in the oven and cause arcing, an
alarming phenomenon that resembles lightning. Most heat-resistant
non-metallic cooking utensils are
safe for use in your microwave oven.
However, some may contain materials that render them unsuitable as
microwave cookware. If you have
any doubts about a particular utensil,
there is a simple way to find out if it
can be used in your microwave oven.
Testing utensils for microwave
use: Place the utensil in question
next to a glass bowl filled with water
in the microwave oven. Microwave at
power HIGH for 1 minute. If the water
heats up but the utensil remains cool
to the touch, the utensil is
microwave-safe. However, if the
water does not change temperature
but the utensil becomes warm,
microwaves are being absorbed by
the utensil and it is not safe for use in
the microwave oven. You probably
have many items on hand in your
kitchen that can be used as cooking
equipment in your microwave oven.
Just read through the following
checklist.
1. Dinner plates: Many kinds of
dinnerware are microwave-safe.
If in doubt, consult the manufacturer's literature or perform
the microwave test, above.
2. Glassware: Glassware that is
heat-resistant is microwavesafe. This includes all brands of
oventempered glass cookware.
However, do not use delicate
glassware, such as tumblers or
wine glasses, as these might
shatter as the food warms.
3. Paper: Paper plates and containers are convenient and
safe to use in your microwave
oven, provided the cooking
time is short and foods to be
cooked are low in fat and
moisture. Paper towels are also
very useful for wrapping foods
and for lining baking trays in
which greasy foods, such as
bacon, are cooked. In general,
avoid colored paper products as
the color may run.
4. Plastic storage containers:
These can be used to hold foods
that are to be quickly reheated.
However, they should not be
used to hold foods that will need
considerable time in the oven as
hot foods will eventually warp or
melt plastic containers.
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5. Plastic cooking bags: These
are microwave-safe provided
they are specially made for
cooking. However, be sure to
make a slit in the bag so that
steam can escape. Never use
ordinary plastic bags for cooking
in your microwave oven, as they
will melt and rupture.
6. Plastic microwave cookware:
A variety of shapes and sizes of
microwave cookware is available. For the most part, you can
probably cook with items you
already have on hand rather
than investing in new kitchen
equipment.
7. Pottery,
stoneware,
and
ceramic: Containers made of
these materials are usually fine
for use in your microwave oven,
but they should be tested to be
sure.
Feature Diagram
Your oven will be packed with the following materials:
Glass Turntable ......................1 each
Owner's Manual and
Cooking Guide........................1 each
Rotating Ring..........................1 each
This microwave oven is designed for
household use only. It is not recommended for commercial purposes
and will void the warranty.
Control Panel
NOTE: A beep sounds when a pad on the control panel is touched, to indicate setting has been entered.
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Operating Instructions
SETTING CLOCK
EASY COOK
TIME COOK
When your oven is plugged in for the
first time or when power resumes
after a power interruption, the numbers in the display reset to “:”.
A time-saving pad, this simplified
control lets you quickly set and start
microwave cooking without the need
to touch START.
NOTE: You can select AM or PM by
touching CLOCK pad alternately.
NOTE: If you touch EASY COOK, it
will add 30 seconds up to 3 minutes
30 seconds; after 3 minutes will add
1 minute up to 99 minutes 59 seconds.
This function allows you to cook food
for a desired amount of time.
Because many foods need slower
cooking (at less than HI-POWER),
there are 10 power level settings in
addition to HI-POWER.
Example: To set 11:11 (PM)
1. Touch CLOCK
pad twice. Display
scrolls the words
PM ENTER TIME
OF DAY shows in
the display.
2. Enter the time by
using the number
key pads. [1], [1],
[1], and [1].
Display scrolls the
words 11:11P
TOUCH START.
Example: To set for 2 minutes
Touch EASY COOK
4 times. The oven
begins cooking and
display shows time
counting down.
When cooking is complete, beeps
will sound. The word END shows in
the display window. Then the oven
shuts itself off.
NOTE: If you do not select the power
level, the oven will operate at power
HIGH. To set HI-POWER cooking,
skip steps 2 and 3 below.
Example: To cook food on 80%
Power (power 8) for 5 minutes 30
seconds
1. Enter 5 minutes 30
seconds by touching
[5], [3], and [0].
Display scrolls the
words 5:30 TOUCH
START OR POWER.
3. Touch START.
The clock starts
counting and
11:11P shows in
the display.
2. Touch POWER
LEVEL. Display
scrolls the words
ENTER POWER
LEVEL 1 TO 10.
3. Touch 8.
To select power level
80%. Display scrolls
the words P-80
TOUCH START.
4. Touch START.
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MULTI-STAGE TIME COOK
CHILD LOCK
For Multi-Stage cooking, touch PROGRAM and repeat Time Cook steps 1-3 on
previous page before touching the START pad.
This safety feature prevents unwanted oven operation. Once the child
lock is set, no cooking can take
place. The Child Lock feature is also
useful when cleaning the control
panel. Child Lock prevents accidental
programming when wiping the control panel.
Auto Defrost can be programmed before the first stage to defrost first and then
cook.
MICROWAVE POWER LEVELS
Your microwave oven is equipped with eleven power levels to give you maximum flexibility and control over cooking. The table below will give you some
idea of which foods are prepared at each of the various power levels.
Microwave Power Level Chart
Power
Level
If the CHILD LOCK is set and you
touch another cooking pad, the word
LOCKED shows in the display.
Cancel the child lock according to the
procedure below.
To set the child lock:
Use
1. Touch STOP/
CLEAR.
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• Boiling water.
(HIGH) • Making candy.
• Cooking poultry pieces, fish and vegetables.
• Cooking tender cuts of meat.
• Whole poultry.
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• Reheating rice, pasta and vegetables.
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• Reheating prepared foods quickly.
• Reheating sandwiches.
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• Cooking egg, milk and cheese dishes.
• Cooking cakes, breads.
• Melting chocolate.
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• Cooking veal.
• Cooking whole fish.
• Cooking puddings and custard.
5
• Cooking ham, whole poultry, lamb.
• Cooking rib roast, sirloin tip.
4
• Thawing meat, poultry and seafood.
3
• Cooking less tender cuts of meat.
• Cooking pork chops, roast.
2
• Taking chill out of fruit.
• Softening butter.
1
• Keeping casseroles and main dishes warm.
• Softening butter and cream cheese.
0
• Standing time.
• Independent timer.
2. Touch and hold 0
pad until the word
LOCKED
appears in the
display and two
beeps are heard.
To cancel the child lock:
Touch and hold 0
pad until the word
LOCKED
disappears in the
display.
After the CHILD LOCK is turned off,
the time of day will return to the display window. The oven will operate
normally.
TIMER
You can use the Timer of your oven
for purposes other than food cooking.
1. Touch TIMER pad.
Display scrolls the
words ENTER TIME
IN MIN AND SEC
2. Touch 3, 0, 0.
Display scrolls the
words 3:00 TOUCH
START.
3. Touch START pad.
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Operating Instructions
(cont’d)
CONTROL SET-UP
CONTROL SET-UP allows you to set the oven for your preferences.
You can select SOUND ON/OFF, CLOCK ON/OFF, SCROLL SPEED and LBS/KG.
Example 1: To turn off Sound of beeper.
1. Touch CONTROL SET-UP. Four modes show in the display repeatedly.
2. Touch 1. Display scrolls the words SOUND ON TOUCH 1 OFF TOUCH 2.
3. Touch 2. Display scrolls the words SOUND OFF. The current time will be displayed.
NOTE: To turn beep sound back on, repeat steps 1 - 2 then touch number 1.
Example 2: To select kg unit.
1. Touch CONTROL SET-UP.
Four modes show in the display continuously.
2. Touch 4.
Display scrolls the words LBS TOUCH 1 KG TOUCH 2.
3. Touch 2.
Display scrolls the words KG. The current time will be displayed.
NOTE: To select LBS., repeat steps 1-2 then, touch number 1.
CONTROL SET-UP FUNCTION CHART
NO
FUNCTION
CHOICE
REMARKS
1
SOUND ON / OFF
Sound On or Sound Off
All of the key sound and End of Cook sound on or off.
2
CLOCK ON / OFF
Clock On or Clock Off
When clock is off nothing displays when oven is not in use.
3
SCROLL SPEED
Slow, Normal, or Fast
Controls speed of message that scrolls across display.
4
LBS. / KG
Lbs. or Kg
NOTE:
Set control to LBS. or KG for Auto Cook and Auto defrost
features.
When the power cord is first plugged in, the default settings are Sound ON, Clock ON, Normal Speed and LBS.
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MORE/LESS
By using the MORE or LESS keys, all
of the AUTO COOK, TIME COOK,
EASY COOK, SENSOR COOK programs can be adjusted to cook food
for a longer or shorter time. Pressing
MORE will add 10 seconds to the
cooking time each time you press it.
Pressing LESS will subtract 10 seconds of cooking time each time you
press it. You must wait until heating
begins to count down before adding
or subtracting time.
Example: To adjust the AUTO
COOK (ex. beverage 2 cups) cooking time for a longer time, or for a
shorter time
1. Touch AUTO
COOK.
Display scrolls the
words SELECT
MENU 1 TO 6 -SEE COOKING
GUIDE BEHIND
DOOR.
2. Touch 4.
Display scrolls the
words BEVERAGE TOUCH 1
TO 2 CUPS.
3. Touch 2.
NOTE:
Press the MORE or
LESS pad during
time countdown.
SENSOR COOK
OPERATION
INSTRUCTION
For most Sensor Cook programs, a
chart with specific food examples
and cooking instructions is provided
on the next pages. The Sensor Cook
system works by detecting a build-up
of vapor.
SENSOR COOK
SENSOR COOK allows you to cook
most of your favorite foods without
having to select cooking times and
power levels. This oven automatically determines the cooking time for
each food item. This feature has 6
food categories.
Example: To cook FROZEN
ENTREE
Hints
1. Make sure the door remains
closed.
2. Once the vapor is detected, two
beeps will sound.
3. Opening the door or touching
the STOP/CLEAR pad before
the vapor is detected will abort
the process. The oven will stop.
4. Before using Sensor Cook,
make sure the exterior of the
cooking container and the interior of the oven are dry, to assure
the best results.
5. Room temperature should not
exceed 95° F.
6. Oven should be plugged in at
least 5 minutes before Sensor
Cooking.
Categories:
Sensor Popcorn
Sensor Cook
Sensor Reheat
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1. Touch COOK.
Display scrolls the
words SELECT
MENU 1 TO 6 -SEE COOKING
GUIDE BEHIND
DOOR.
2. Touch 4.
The oven will
cook food
automatically by
sensor system.
Operating Instructions
(cont’d)
SENSOR COOK CHART
Code
Category
Direction
1
Potato
Pierce each potato with a fork and place on the oven tray
around the edge, at least one inch apart.
1 - 4 medium approx.
10 ozs. each
2
Fresh
Vegetables
Prepare as desired, wash, and leave residual water on the
vegetables. Place in an appropriately-sized microwave container, cover with plastic wrap and vent.
1 - 4 cups
3
Frozen
Vegetable
Remove from package, rinse off frost under running water.
Place in an appropriately-sized microwave container, cover
with plastic wrap and vent.
1 - 4 cups
4
Frozen
Entree
Remove from outer display package. Slit cover. If not in
microwave safe container, place on plate, cover with plastic
wrap and vent.
10 - 21 ozs.
5
Rice
Place rice and twice as much liquid (water or chicken or vegetable stock) in a 2-quart microwavable dish. Cover with plastic wrap. When cooking is complete, allow 10 minutes standing time. Stir for fluffier rice.
1 - 2 cups
Use medium or long grain
rice. Cook instant rice
according to directions on
the package.
6
Fish,
Seafood
Place the food around the sides of an appropriate microwave
container. Season and add 1⁄4-1⁄2 cup liquid (wine, water, salsa,
etc.) Cover with plastic wrap, vented.
4 - 32 ozs.
If you open the door or press STOP/CLEAR during sensing, the process will be canceled.
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Amount
SENSOR POPCORN
SENSOR POPCORN lets you pop
commercially packaged microwave
popcorn (1.75-3.5 ozs.). For best
results, use a fresh bag of popcorn.
Place only one bag of prepackaged microwave popcorn on the
center of turntable.
SENSOR REHEAT CHART
Code
Category
Direction
Amount
1
Dinner
plate
Place foods to be heated
on dinner plate or similar dish.
Cover with plastic wrap.
1-2
servings
2
Soup/
Sauce
Place food to be heated
in an appropriate size
microwave container.
Cover with plastic wrap.
1-4 cups
3
Casserole
Cover dish containing the
casserole with plastic wrap.
1-4 cups
Example: To pop 3.5 ozs.
Touch POPCORN.
Display scrolls the
word POPCORN.
Then the oven will
cook food automatically by sensor
system.
NOTE:
• Do not attempt to reheat or cook
any unpopped kernels.
HOLD WARM
You can safely keep hot, cooked food warm in your microwave oven for up to
99 minutes, 99 seconds. You can use HOLD WARM by itself, or to automatically follow a cooking cycle.
Example: To hold warm hot or cooked food
1. Touch HOLD WARM.
Display scrolls the words HOLD WARM TOUCH START.
• Do not use popcorn popping
devices in microwave oven with
this feature.
2. Touch START.
The word WARM will come on while the oven continue to
run.
SENSOR REHEAT
This feature allows you to reheat precooked room temperature or refrigerated foods without selecting cooking
times and power levels. This feature
has 3 categories: dinner plate,
soup/sauce, casserole.
Example: To reheat casserole
1. Touch REHEAT
pad. Display
scrolls the words
SELECT MENU 1
TO 3 -- SEE
COOKING
GUIDE BEHIND
DOOR.
NOTE:
• HOLD WARM operates for up to 99 minutes, 99 seconds.
• Opening the oven door cancels HOLD WARM. Close the door and touch
HOLD WARM, then touch START if additional HOLD WARM time is desired.
• Food cooked should be covered during HOLD WARM.
• Pastry items (pies, turnovers, etc.) should be uncovered during HOLD
WARM.
• Complete meals kept warm on a dinner plate should be covered during
HOLD WARM.
• Do not use more than 1 complete HOLD WARM cycle (about 1 hour, 40 minutes). The quality of some foods will suffer with extended time.
2. Touch number 3.
Then the oven
will reheat food
automatically by
sensor system.
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Operating Instructions
(cont’d)
AUTO COOK
This feature allows you to cook foods that you select by touching AUTO COOK pad. It has 6 foods categories.
Example: To cook four slices of bacon
1. Touch AUTO COOK. Display scrolls the words SELECT MENU 1 TO 6 -- SEE COOKING GUIDE
BEHIND DOOR.
2. Touch number 1.
Display scrolls the words BACON TOUCH 2 TO 6 SLICES.
3. Touch number 4.
The oven will start automatically.
AUTO COOK CHART
• First, touch AUTO COOK pad, then select food and amount.
Code
Category
Direction
1
Bacon
2
Frozen
Roll/Muffin
Remove from display package and place on plate.
(If muffins are over 3 ozs. each, count as two when entering quantity.)
1-6 pieces
(2-3 ozs. each)
3
Fresh
Roll/Muffin
Remove from display package and place on plate.
(If muffins are over 3 ozs. each, count as two when entering quantity.)
1-6 pieces
(2-3 ozs. each)
4
Beverage
Remove from display package and place on plate.
(Be careful the beverage will be very hot! Sometimes liquids heated in
cylindrical containers will splash out when the cup is moved.)
1-2 cups
5
Chicken
Pieces
6
Hot Cereal
Place bacon strips on microwave bacon rack for best results.
(Use dinner plate lined with paper towels.)
Amount
2-6 slices
Place the chicken pieces in an appropriately sized microwavable
container, cover with plastic wrap and vent.
0.5 - 2.0 lbs.
Prepare as directed on package and cook.
Stir and allow standing time before eating.
Use only instant hot cereal.
1-6 servings
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AUTO DEFROST
3. Enter the weight
by touching 1 and
2.
Display scrolls the
words 1.2 LBS.
TOUCH START.
Three defrost sequences are preset
in the oven. The defrost feature provides you with the best defrosting
method for frozen foods. The cooking
guide will show you which defrost
sequence is recommended for the
food you are defrosting.
With the Auto Defrost feature, the
oven automatically sets the defrosting time and power levels for you.
The oven automatically determines
required defrosting times for each
food item according to the weight you
enter.
For added convenience, the Auto
Defrost includes a built-in beep
mechanism that reminds you to
check, turn over, separate, or
rearrange. Three different defrosting
levels are provided.
1 MEAT
2 POULTRY
3 FISH
• You can select the category by
touching the numeric key 1
(MEAT), numeric key 2 (POULTRY), and numeric key 3 (FISH)
after
touching
the
AUTO
DEFROST pad.
• Available weight is 0.1-6.0 lbs.
(0.1-4.0 kgs).
Example: To defrost 1.2 lbs. of
ground beef
1. Touch AUTO
DEFROST.
Display scrolls the
words
MEAT TOUCH 1
POULTRY
TOUCH 2
FISH TOUCH 3.
AUTO DEFROST
SEQUENCE LIST
Sequence
Food
1
MEAT
BEEF
Ground beef, Round
steak, Cubes for stew,
Tenderloin steak, Pot
roast, Rib roast, Rump
roast, Chuck roast,
Hamburger patty.
LAMB
Chops (1 inch thick),
Rolled roast
PORK
Chops (1⁄2 inch thick),
Hot dogs, Spareribs,
Country-style ribs.
Rolled roast, Sausage.
VEAL
Cutlets (1 lb. 1⁄2 inch
thick)
4. Touch START.
Defrosting starts.
NOTE:
When you touch the START pad, the
display changes to defrost time count
down. The oven will beep during the
DEFROST cycle. At beep, open the
door and turn, separate, or rearrange
the food. Remove any portions that
have thawed. Return frozen portions
to the oven and touch START to
resume the defrost cycle.
• For best results, remove fish, shellfish, meat, and poultry from its original closed paper or plastic package (wrapper). Otherwise, the
wrap will hold steam and juice
close to the foods, which can
cause the outer surface of the
foods to cook.
• For best results, shape your
ground meat into the form of a
doughnut before freezing. When
defrosting, scrape off thawed meat
when the beep sounds and continue defrosting.
• Place foods in a shallow container
or on a microwave roasting rack to
catch drippings.
• Food should still be somewhat icy
in the center when removed from
the oven.
2
POULTRY
POULTRY
Whole (under 4 lbs.),
Cut-up, Breasts
(boneless)
CORNISH HENS
Whole
TURKEY
Breast
3
FISH
FISH
Fillets, Whole steaks
SHELLFISH
Crab meat, Lobster
tails, Shrimp, Scallops
RAPID DEFROST
This feature provides a quick defrost
for 1 lb. frozen ground beef.
Example: To defrost 1 lb. of frozen
ground beef
1. Touch RAPID
DEFROST.
The oven begins
the cooking without the need to
touch START.
2. Touch 1.
Display scrolls the
words ENTER
WEIGHT.
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Fresh Vegetable Chart
Amount
Cook time
at HIGH
(minutes)
Artichokes
(8 ozs. each)
2 medium
4 medium
5-8
10-12
Asparagus,
Fresh, spears
1 Ib.
Beans, green and
wax
Vegetable
Instructions
Standing
Time
Trim. Add 2 tsp. water and 2 tsp. lemon juice.
Cover. Cook stem end up.
2-3 minutes
3-7
Wash and turn half of spears around.
Add 1⁄2 cup water. Cover.
2-3 minutes
1 lb.
5-7
Add 1⁄2 cup water in 11⁄2 qt. casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Beets, Fresh
1 Ib.
7-10
Add 1⁄2 cup water in 11⁄2 qt. covered casserole.
Rearrange halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Broccoli, Fresh,
spears
1 Ib.
4-6
Place broccoli in baking dish.
Add 1⁄2 cup water.
2-3 minutes
Cabbage, Fresh,
chopped
1 Ib.
4-6
Add 1⁄2 cup water in 11⁄2 qt. covered casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
2 cups
3-4
Add 1⁄4 cup water in 1 qt. covered casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Cauliflower,
Fresh, whole
1 lb.
4-6
Trim. Add 1⁄4 cup water in 1 qt. covered casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Celery, Fresh,
sliced
2 cups
4 cups
3-4
5-7
Slice. Add 1⁄2 cup water in 11⁄2 qt. covered
casserole.
2-3 minutes
Corn, Fresh
2 ears
4-6
Husk. Add 2 tsp water in 11⁄2 qt. baking dish.
Cover.
2-3 minutes
Carrots, Fresh,
sliced
Mushrooms,
Fresh, sliced
1
⁄2 Ib.
2-3
Place mushrooms in 11⁄2 qt. covered casserole.
2-3 minutes
Parsnips, Fresh,
sliced
1 Ib.
4-6
Add 1⁄2 cup water in 11⁄2 qt. covered casserole.
2-3 minutes
4 cups
5-7
Add 1⁄2 cup water in 11⁄2 qt. covered casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3minutes
Sweet Potatoes
Whole Baking
(6-8 ozs. each)
2 medium
4 medium
6-8
14-16
Pierce potatoes several times with fork.
2-3 minutes
2-3 minutes
White potatoes,
Whole Baking
(6-8 ozs. each)
2 potatoes
4 potatoes
6-8
15-18
Pierce potatoes several times with fork.
2-3 minutes
2-3 minutes
Spinach, Fresh,
leaf
1 Ib.
3-6
Add 1⁄2 cup water in 2 qt. covered casserole.
2-3 minutes
Squash, Acorn or
butternut, Fresh
1 medium
6-8
Cut squash in half. Remove seeds.
Place in 8x8-inch baking dish. Cover.
2-3 minutes
Zucchini, Fresh,
sliced
1 Ib.
5-8
Add 1⁄2 cup water in 11⁄2 qt. covered casserole.
2-3 minutes
Zucchini, Fresh,
whole
1 Ib.
7-8
Pierce. Place on 2 paper towels.
Turn zucchini over and rearrange halfway
through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Peas, Green,
Fresh
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Using Sensor Cook
Peel and Eat Shrimp, serves 2
1
⁄2 cup dry white wine
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 tablespoons lemon juice
4 tablespoons butter
1 lb. large shrimp in shells
Place everything in a 2 quart microwave dish. Push to
the edge of the dish, cover and cook on sensor or
microwave on high power for about 5 minutes, stirring
once or until the shrimp are pink. Peel the shrimp and
serve with juices.
VEGETABLES
Vegetable Medley, serves 4 as a side dish or 2 as a meal
2 large carrots, cut into 1 inch pieces
1 large baking potato, diced
1 medium red onion, thinly sliced
4 cloves of garlic, peeled
2 stalks celery, cut into 1 inch pieces
2 tablespoons olive oil
salt and pepper to taste
Place everything in a 2 quart microwave dish, cover and
cook with sensor or microwave on high power for about
10 minutes or until the carrots are tender.
Rolled Fish Filets, serves 4
4 fish filets, sole, flounder, catfish or roughy about
4 ozs. each
lemon pepper
2 tablespoons lemon juice
Season the fish with lemon pepper and roll up and
secure with a wooden pick. Place in a glass pie plate
and sprinkle with lemon juice. Cover with plastic wrap
and cook on sensor or microwave on medium power for
about 5 minutes or until the fish is opaque and flakes
easily. Mix the juices with 1⁄4 cup Italian salad dressing
and pour over the fish.
Stewed Peppers, serves 4
1 large red bell pepper, cored and cut into 1 inch strips
1 large green bell pepper, cored and cut into 1 inch strips
1 medium red onion, thinly sliced
2 cloves garlic, smashed
1 cup prepared salsa
2 tablespoons olive oil
salt and pepper to taste
Place everything in a 2 quart microwave dish, cover and
cook with sensor or microwave on high power for about
12 minutes or until the peppers are very soft.
Fish Filets Parmesan, serves 4
4 fish filets (about 4 ozs. each) folded over
1 cup prepared spaghetti sauce
1
⁄2 cup Parmesan cheese, grated
Place the sauce in a 2 quart microwave dish and lay the
fish over with the thicker part toward the side of the
dish. Sprinkle with cheese. Cover and cook on sensor.
RICE
Spanish Rice, serves 4
⁄2 lb. lean ground beef or smoked sausage
1 medium green bell pepper, cored and chopped
1 small yellow onion, chopped
1 cup instant rice
1 can (14 ozs.) stewed tomatoes
1 teaspoon chili powder
Place the meat, pepper, onion in a 2 quart microwave
dish and microwave 2 minutes on high power. Drain off
the fat. Stir in the other ingredients, cover and cook on
sensor.
1
Trout Almandine, serves 2
2 whole trout, about 8 ozs. each
2 tablespoons slivered almonds
2 tablespoons lemon juice
4 slices bacon, crisp cooked and crumbled
4 tablespoons chopped parsley
Place the fish along side each other head to tail in a 10
inch glass pie plate. Add the lemon juice and butter, and
cover with plastic wrap and cook on sensor or
microwave on medium power for about 6 minutes or
until the fish is done. Place on a serving platter and
pour cooking juices over the fish and sprinkle with nuts,
bacon and parsley.
FISH, SEAFOOD
Poached Salmon, serves 4
1
⁄2 cup dry white wine
1
⁄2 cup bottled clam juice
4 sprigs fresh dill weed or 1 tablespoon dried dill weed
6 pepper corns
4 small salmon steaks, about 4 ozs. each lemon slices
In a shallow 2 quart microwave dish place the first 5
ingredients, cover and microwave on high power 3 minutes. Add the salmon, recover and cook on sensor or
microwave on high power for 3-4 minutes or until
cooked and the internal temperature is about 160° F.
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Care and Cleaning
CAUTION
To avoid risk of property damage, unplug the microwave oven or disconnect power at source by removing fuse or
throwing circuit breaker.
Before cleaning the oven, unplug the power supply cord of the oven or open the oven door to prevent an accidental
oven start.
Part
Description
Inside of the Oven
Use a damp cloth to wipe out crumbs and spillovers.
It is important to keep the area between door and cavity front clean to
assure a tight seal.
Remove greasy spatters with a sudsy cloth, then rinse and dry.
Do not use harsh detergent or abrasive cleaners.
Glass Tray
The glass tray can be washed by hand or in the dishwasher.
Control Panel
Wipe with a damp cloth followed immediately by a dry cloth.
The Child Lock feature is also useful when cleaning the control panel.
Child Lock prevents accidental programming when wiping the control
panel.
Door
If steam accumulates inside or around the outside of the oven door,
wipe the panel with a soft cloth.
This may occur when the microwave oven is operated under high
humidity conditions and in no way indicates a malfunction of the unit.
Outside Oven Surface
Wipe with a soft cloth and a mild detergent solution. Rinse and dry. Do not use harsh
detergent or abrasive cleaners.
To prevent damage to the operating parts inside the oven, water should not be
allowed to seep into the ventilation openings.
Stainless Steel
DO NOT USE ANY CLEANING PRODUCT CONTAINING CHLORINE BLEACH.
ALWAYS WIPE WITH THE GRAIN WHEN CLEANING.
Daily Cleaning/Light Soil - Wipe with one of the following - soapy water, white vinegar/water
solution, Formula 409 Glass and Surface Cleaner* or a similar glass cleaner - using a sponge or
soft cloth. Rinse and dry. To polish and help prevent fingerprints, follow with Stainless Steel
Magic Spray.*
Moderate/Heavy Soil- Wipe with one of the following - Bon Ami, Baking Soda or Soft Scrub* using a damp sponge or soft cloth. Rinse and dry. Stubborn soils may be removed with a damp
Scotch-Brite* pad; rub evenly with the grain. Rinse and dry. To restore luster and remove streaks,
follow with Stainless Steel Magic Spray.
Discoloration - Using a damp sponge or soft cloth, wipe with Cameo Stainless Steel Cleaner*.
Rinse immediately and dry. To remove streaks and restore luster, follow with Stainless Steel
Magic Spray.
After cleaning the oven, be sure the rotating ring and glass tray are in the correct position.
Press the STOP/CLEAR pad twice to reset any accidental key setting.
*Brand names for cleaning products are registered trademarks of the respective manufacturers.
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Troubleshooting
WARNING
To avoid risk of severe personal injury, electrical shock or death, do not remove outer case at any time.
Only an authorized servicer should remove outer case.
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
Check the following list to be sure a service call is necessary. A quick reference of this manual as well as reviewing additional information on items to check may prevent an unneeded service call.
Problem
Oven will not start
Arcing or sparking
Uneven cooking or
poor defrosting
Overcooked foods
Undercooked foods
Possible Causes
• Electrical cord for oven is not plugged in.
-Plug into the outlet.
• Door is open.
-Close the door, open, and try again.
• Wrong operation is set.
-Check operation instructions.
• Materials to be avoided in microwave oven are used.
-Use microwave-safe cookware only.
• The oven is operated when empty.
-Do not operate with oven empty.
• Food soils remain in the cavity.
-Clean cavity with wet towel.
• Materials to be avoided in microwave oven are used.
-Use microwave-safe cookware only.
• Cooking time/Cooking power level is not suitable.
-Use correct time/Cooking power level.
• Food is not turned or stirred.
-Turn or stir food.
• Cooking time/Cooking power level is not suitable.
-Use correct time/cooking power level when you cook the same food.
• Materials to be avoided in microwave oven are used.
-Use microwave-safe cookware only.
• Food is not defrosted completely.
-Completely defrost food.
• Oven ventilation ports are restricted.
-Check to see that oven ventilation ports are not restricted.
• Cooking time/Cooking power level is not suitable.
-Use correct time/Cooking power level when you cook the same food.
ALL THESE THINGS ARE NORMAL
• Dull thumping sound during oven operation.
• Steam or vapor escaping from around the door.
• Light reflection around door or outer wrapper.
• Dimming oven light and change in blower sound during oven operation at power levels other than high.
• Some radio and TV interference might occur during operations. It is similar to the interference caused by other small
appliances such as mixers, blow dryer, etc.
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Notes
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Notes
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Warranty
Full Two Year Warranty
For two (2) years from the date of original retail purchase, any part which fails in normal home use will be repaired
or replaced free of charge when carried into an authorized servicer.
Limited Parts Warranty
After the second year from the date of original retail purchase through the fifth year, the following parts which fail
in normal home use will be repaired or replaced free of charge for the part itself when carried into an authorized
servicer, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor, when the appliance is located in the United States
or Canada: (1) touch pad and microprocessor, (2) Magnetron tube.
Limited Parts Warranty Outside the United States and Canada
For one (1) year from the date of original retail purchase, any part which fails in normal home use will be repaired
or replaced free of charge for the part itself when carried into an authorized servicer, with the owner paying all other
costs, including labor, when the appliance is located outside the United States or Canada.
Canadian Residents
This warranty covers only those appliances installed in Canada that have been listed with Canadian Standards
Association unless the appliances are brought into Canada due to transfer or residence from the United States to
Canada.
What is not covered by these
warranties
If you need service
❚ Call the dealer from whom your appliance was purchased or
call Maytag Appliances Sales Company, Maytag Customer
Assistance at 1-800-688-9900, USA and 1-800-688-2002
Canada to locate an authorized servicer.
• Replacement of household fuses, resetting of circuit breakers,
or correction to household wiring or plumbing.
• Normal product maintenance and cleaning, including light
bulbs.
❚ Be sure to retain proof of purchase to verify warranty status.
Refer to WARRANTY for further information on owner’s responsibilities for warranty service.
• Products with original serial numbers removed, altered, or not
readily determined.
❚ If the dealer or service company cannot resolve the problem,
write to Maytag Appliances Sales Company, Attn: CAIR®
Center, P.O. Box 2370, Cleveland, TN 37320-2370, or call
1-800-688-9900 USA and 1-800-688-2002 Canada.
• Products purchased for commercial, industrial, rental, or
leased use.
• Products located outside of the United States or Canada.
• Premium service charges, if the servicer is requested to perform service in addition to normal service or outside normal
service hours or area.
U.S. customers using TTY for deaf, hearing impaired or
speech impaired, call 1-800-688-2080.
• Adjustments after the first year.
NOTE: When writing or calling about a service problem,
please include the following information:
• Repairs resulting from the following:
- Improper installation, exhaust system, or maintenance.
a. Your name, address and telephone number;
- Any modification, alteration, or adjustment not authorized
by Maytag.
b. Model number and serial number;
c. Name and address of your dealer or servicer;
- Accident, misuse, abuse, fire, flood, or acts of nature.
d. A clear description of the problem you are having;
- Connections to improper electrical current, voltage supply,
or gas supply.
e. Proof of purchase (sales receipt).
❚ User’s guides, service manuals and parts information are
available from Maytag Appliances Sales Company, Maytag
Customer Assistance.
- Use of improper pans, containers, or accessories that
cause damage to the product.
• Travel.
IN NO EVENT SHALL MAYTAG BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have others which vary from state to state. For example, some states do
not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this exclusion may not apply to you.
A/03/02
Printed in China 03/02
2002 Maytag Appliance Sales Co.
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