3Com 612 Network Router User Manual

Spacemaker@Micrwave Oven
Adapter Plugs
Aluminum Foil
MinutelSecond Timer
Model and Serial Numbers
Appliance Registration
Auto Defrost
Oven Shelf
Power Levels
18, 19
20, 2;
Auto Roast
Auto Simmer
12, 13
Problem Solver
Care and Cleaning
Control Panel
Repair Service
Safety Instructions
Conversion Guide
Cooking Complete
Cooktop Light
Delayed Cooking
Exhaust Fan
Extension Cords
Grease Filters
Temperature Cook
Temperature Probe
Time Cook
Time Defrost
6, 16
10, 12, 13
Back Cover
16, 17
Grounding Instructions
Hold Time
Light Bulb Replacement
Microwaving Tips
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Model JVM141H
Help us help you...
Before using your oven,
read this book carefully.
Be sure your microwave
oven is registered.
It is intended to help you operate
and maintain your new microwave
oven properly.
It is important that we know the
location of your oven should a need
occur for adjustments.
Your supplier is responsible for
registering you as the owner.
Keep it handy for
answers to your
If you don’t understand something
or need more help, write (include
your phone number):
Consumer Affairs
GE Appliances
Appliance Park
Louisville, KY40225
Write down the model
and serial numbers.
You’ll find them on a label inside
the oven on the upper left side.
These numbers are also on the
Consumer Product Ownership
Registration Card that came with
your microwave oven. Before
sending in this card, please write
these numbers here:
Model Number
Serial Number
Use these numbers in any
correspondence or service calls
concerning your microwave oven.
Please check with your supplier
to be sure he has done so; also send
in your Consumer Product Ownership
Registration Card. If you move, or
if you are not the original purchaser
please write to us, stating model
and serial numbers. This appliance
must be registered. Please be
certain that it is.
Write to:
GE Appliances
Range Product Service
Appliance Park
Louisville, KY40225
If you received a
damaged oven . . .
Immediately contact the dealer
(or builder) that sold you the
microwave oven.
Save time and money.
Before you request service . . .
check the Problem Solver on
pages 20 and 21. It lists causes of
minor operating problems that you
can correct yourself.
Ml these things are nomd with your microwave oven:
● Steam or vapor escaping from
around the door.
o Light reflection around door or
outer case.
* Dimming oven light and change
in blower sound may occur while
operating at power levels other
than high.
● Dull thumping sound while
oven is operating.
* Some TV-Radio interference
might be noticed while using your
mi;rowave oven. It’s similar-t~ the
interference caused by other small
appliances and does not indicate a
problem with your oven.
Microwaving ~ps
● Make sure all cookware used in
your microwave oven is suitable for
microwaving. Most glass casseroles,
cooking dishes, measuring cups,
custard cups, pottery or china
dinnerware which does not have
metallic trim or glme with a metallic
sheen can be used. Some cookware
is labeled “suitable for microwaving?’
If you are unsure, use this dish test:
Measure 1 cup water in a glass cup.
Place in oven on or beside dish.
Microwave 1-1Y2 minutes at High. If
water becomes hot, dish is microwave
safe. If dish heats, it should not be
used for microwaving.
● Paper towels, wax paper and
plastic wrap can be used to cover
dishes in order to retain moisture
and prevent spattering.
● Some microwaved foods require
stirring, rotating or rearranging.
Check your cookbook.
● Steam builds up pressure in foods
which are tightly covered by a skin
or membrane. Pierce potatoes, egg
yolks and chicken livers to prevent
(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
m) Do Not Place any object
between the oven front face and
the door or allow soil or cleaner
residue to accumulate on sealing
(c) Do Not Operate the oven
if it is damaged. It is particularly
important that the oven door close
properly and that there is no
damage to the:
(1) door (bent)
(2) hinges and latches @roken or
(3) door seals and sealing surfaces.
(d) The Oven Should Not be
adjusted or repaired by anyone
except properly qualified service
This microwave oven is UL listed
for instigation over electric
and gas ranges.
Optional Accessory
available at extra cost from
your GE supplier.
~M Chamoal ~ter Kit for
non-vented instigation.
o TM
mic~wave oven is
specifically designed to heat or
— cook food, and is not intended
for laboratory or industrid use.
Read all instructions before using ttis apptiance.
When using electrical appliances,
basic safety precautions should be
followed, including the following:
the risk of burns, electric shock,
fire, injury to persons or exposure
to excessive microwave energy:
● Use this appliance only for its
intendd use as described in this
● Read and follow the specific
ENERGY” at left.
● This appliance mustbegrounded.
Connect odytoproperly grounded
outlet, See “GROUNDING
INSTRU~IONS” on page 22.
. For best operation, plug this
appliance into its own electrical
outlet, to prevent flickering of
lights, blowing of fuse or tripping
of circuit breaker.
● Instil or locate this appliance
only in accordance with the
provided installation instructions.
● Do not cover or block any
openings on the appliance.
● Do not use outdoors.
● Do not immerse power cord or
plug in water.
● Keep power cord away from
heated surfaces.
● Do not let power cord hang
over edge of table or counter.
s Do not operate this appliance ifit
has adarnagedpowercord or plug,
if it is not working properly, or if
it has been damaged or dropped.
● See door surface cleaning
instructions on page 5.
s This appliance should be
serviced only by qualified service
personnel. Contact nearest
authorized service facility for
examination, repair or adjustment.
● As with any appliance, close
supervision is necess~ when
used by chddren.
● To reduce the risk of fire in the
oven @vity:
–Do not overcook fd. CMeMY
attend appliance if paper, plastic;
or other combustible materials
are placed inside the oven to
facditate cooking.
–Remove wire twist-ties from
paper or plastic bags before
placing bags in oven.
—Do not use your microwave
oven to dry newspapers.
–Paper towels, napkins and
wax paper. Regcled paper
products can contain meti flecks
which may cause arcing or ignite.
Mper products containing nylon
or nylon filaments should be
avoided, as they may dso ignite.
–Do not pop popcorn in your
microwave oven udess in a special
microwave popcorn accessory or
unless you use popcorn labeled
for use in microwave ovens.
–Do not operate the oven w~e
empty to avoid damage to the
oven and the danger of fire. If
by accident the oven should run
empty a minute or two, no harm
is done. However, try to avoid
operating the oven empty at dl
times–it saves energy and
prolongs the life of the oven.
–Do not overcook potatoes.
They could dehydrate and catch
fire, causing damage to your oven.
–If materials inside oven should
ignite, keep oven door closed,
turn oven off, and disconnect
power cord, or shutoff power at
fuse or circuit breaker panel.
. Some products such as whole
eggs and sealed containers-for
example, closed glass jars—may
explode and should not be heated
in this oven.
Q Avoid heating baby food in
glass jars, even without their lids;
especially meat and egg mixtures.
* Don’t defrost frun beverages
in nm necked boties (especiWy
carbonated beverages). Even if
the container is opened, pressure
can build up. This can cause the
container to burst, resulting in
● Use metal only as directed in
cookbook. TV dinners maybe
microwaved in foil trays less than
3/4” high; remove top foil cover
and return tray to box. When
using metal in microwave oven,
keep rneti (other than metal
shelfl at least l-inch away from
sides of oven.
● Cooking utensils may become
hot because of heat transferred
from the heated food. Pot holders
may be needed to handle the
* Sometimes, the oven floor can
become too hot to touch. Be
careful touching the floor during
and after cooking.
* Foods cooked in liqui& (such
as pasta) may tend to boil over
more rapidy than Ws containing
less moisture. Shodd this occur,
refer to page H for instructions on
how to clean the inside of the oven.
* Thermometer-Do not use a
thermometer in tied you are
rnicmving urdess the thermome@r
is designed or recommended for
use in the microwave oven.
● Remove the temperature
probe from the oven when not
using it to cook with, If you leave
the probe inside the oven without
inserting it in food or liquid, and
turn on microwave energy, it can
create electrical arcing in the
oven and damage oven walls.
● PWic utensils-Plastic utensils
designed for microwave cooking
are very useful, but should be
used carefully. Even microwave
plastic may not be as tolerant of
overcooking conditions as are
glass or ceramic materials and
may soften or char if subjected to
short periods of overcooking. In
longer exposures to overcooking,
the food and utensils could ignite.
For these reasons: 1) Use microwave
plastics only and use them in
strict compliance with the utensil
manufacturer’s recommendations.
2) Do not subject empty utensils
to microwaving. 3) Do not permit
children to use plastic utensils
without complete supervision.
● When cooking pork, follow
our directions exactly and always
cook the meat to an internal
temperature of at least 170°F.
This assures that, in the remote
possibility that trichina may be
present in the meat, it will be killed
and meat will be safe to eat.
● Boiling eggs is not
recommended in a microwave
oven. Pressure can bufid up inside
egg yolk and may cause it to burst,
resulting in injury.
Q Foods with unbroken outer
“skin” such as potitoes, sausages,
tomatoes, apples, chicken livers
and other giblets, and egg yolks
(see previous caution) should be
pierced to allow steam to escape
during cooking.
. ~$Bofiabl~” cooking ~uchm
and tightly cIosed plastic bags
should be slit, pierced or vented
as directed in cookbook. If they
are not, plastic could burst during
or immediately aRer cooking,
possibly resulting in injury. Also,
plastic storage containers should
beat least partially uncover~
because they form a tight seal.
When cooking with containers
tightly covered with plastic wrap,
remove covering carefu~y and direct
steam away from hands and face.
. spontaneous boiling—Under
certain special circumstances,
liquids may start to boil during
or shortly after removal from the
microwave oven. To prevent bums
from splashing liquid, stir the
liquid briefly before removing the
container from the microwave oven.
. Use of the shelf accessory.
—kmove the shelf from oven
when not in use.
–Do not store or cook with shelf
on floor of oven. Product damage
may result.
–Use pot holders to handle the
shelf and utensfis. They maybe hot.
–Do not use microwave browning
dish on shelf; the shelf could
Have it installed and properly
grounded by a qu~fied installer.
See the special instigation booMet
packed with the microwave oven.
● The exhaust fan in your oven
will operate automatically
under certain conditions (see
Automatic Fan Feature, page
6). While the fan is operating,
caution is required to prevent
the starting and spreading of
accidental cooking fires while
the exhaust fan is in use. For
this reason:
–Never leave surface units
unattended at high heat settings.
Boilover causes smoking and
greasy spillovers that may ignite
and spread if vent fa is operating.
To minimize automatic fan
operation, use adequate sized
utensils and use high heat settings
ody when necessary.
—In the event of a grease fire,
smother flaming pan on surface
unit by covering pan completely
with well-fitting lid, cookie sheet
or flat tray.
–Never flame foods under the
oven with the vent fan operating
because it may spread the flames.
–Keep hood and grease filters
clean, according to instructions on
pages 16 and 17, to maintain good
venting and avoid grease fires.
Features of Your Microwave Oven
Cooking Complete Reminder
(For TIME COOK and DEFROST cycles)
To remind you that you have food in the
oven, the oven will display “End” and beep
once a minute until you either open the oven
door or touch the CLEAR/OFF pad.
1. Door Handle. Pull to oDen door.
Door must be securely lat~hed for
oven to operate.
2. Door Latches.
3. Window with Metal Shield.
Screen allows cooking to be viewed
while keeping microwaves confined
in oven.
4. Model and Serial Numbers.
5. Oven Vent.
6. Mode Stirrer Cover. Protects
the microwave energy distributing
system. Do not remove the cover.
You will damage the oven.
7. MicroThermometer TM
Temperature Probe. Use with
Temp Cook/Hold and Auto Roast
functions only.
8. Receptacle for Temperature
Probe. Probe must be securely
inserted into receptacle before oven
will start any temperature or Auto
Roast cooking.
9. Two Position Metil Shelf.
Doubles the oven capacity when
reheating or cooking smaller food
items. (For complete use of shelf,
see pages 18-19. )
10. Oven Floor.
U. Auto Roast& Auto Defrost
5.5 Vert.
6.7 Her.
U. Grease Filters.
U. Cooktop Light.
14. Oven Light. Light comes on
when door is opened or when oven
is operating in any function.
15. Recirculating Filter. See
page 16.
16. Touch Control Panel and
Digital Display. For detailed
information on each feature, see
pages 6 and 7.
17. Hood Controls.
Fan Pads. Press HI, LO or OFF.
Light Pads. Press ON, NIGHT
or OFF.
Your Touch Control Mnel
The touch control panel allows you to set the oven
controls electronically with the touch of a finger. It’s
designed to be easy to use and understand. With your
microwave oven, you have the option of using your
automatic cooking control pads for quick and easy
convenience cooking. Or you may make your own
programs to suit your individualized cooking style.
6. Clear/Off. When touched, it stops the oven and
erases all settings except time” of da;.
7. Auto Roast. Insert probe, touch this pad, and
desired number pad for code to slow-cook or
temperature cook meat with automatic preset
program. (See pages 12 and 13.)
When You Plug in the Oven
8. Exhaust Fan. Press HI, LO or OFF for desired
fan speed.
9. Time Defrost. Gentle thawing at automatic power
level 3, or change power level after entering time.
(See page 9.)
The display panel displays five 8’s, 18 POWER and
all of the oven functions. After 15 seconds, all lights
disappear and “RESET” appears in the upper portion.
Touch the CLEAR/OFF pad, set the CLOCK and
oven is ready for use.
If power is disrupted at any time, the above sequence
recurs and you must reset CLOCK after touching
10. Temp Cook/Hold. Use the temperature probe to
cook by using a preset temperature. When internal food
temperature reaches 90°F., oven shows temperature
until preset temperature is reached and holds
temperature for up to one hour. (See page 10.)
11. Min/Sec Timer. This feature uses no microwave
energy while it functions as both a kitchen timer or as
a holding period between defrost and time or
temperature cooking. (See page 11.)
“Error” Appears on Display:
. When using Temp Cook/Hold, you have entered
a temperature less than 90°F. or more than 199°F.
When using Auto Defrost, the food weight you
entered did not correspond with the code number
U. Power hvel. Touch this pad before entering
another power level number if you want to change
from automatic power level 10 (High) for cooking or
power level 3 (Low) for defrosting.
“Probe” Appears on Display:
H. Stirt. Touch this pad to begin any function.
c Probe has been forgotten when Auto Roast or Temp
Cook/Hold is being used.
14. Auto Defrost. Touch this pad, then code number
and food weight. The oven automatically sets power
levels and defrosting time. (See page 14.)
Probe is not securely seated in oven wall receptacle.
15. Light. Touch desired pad to illuminate counter or
to turn on night light.
1. Display Panel. Displays time of day, time or
temperature during cooking functions, power level
being used, cooking mode and instructions.
2. Time Cook I and Time Cook II. Microwave for a
preset amount of time using automatic power level 10
or change power level after setting time. (See page 8.)
Cooking appliances installed under the oven might,
under some heavy usage conditions, cause temperatures
high enough to overheat some internal parts of the
microwave oven.
To prevent overheating from taking place, the exhaust
fan is designed to automatically turn on at low speed if
excessive temperatures occur. Should this happen,
the fan cannot be manually turned off, but it will
automatically turn off when the internal parts have
cooled. The fan may stay on up to approximately 30
minutes after the range and microwave oven controls
have been turned off.
3. Auto Stirt. Allows you to program your oven to
begin cooking at a preset time of day—up to a 12-hour
delay. (See page 8.)
4. Clock. Touch this pad to enter time of day or check
time of day while microwaving. To set clock, first
touch CLOCK pad and then enter time of day. For
example, if time is 1:30, touch number pads 1, 3, and
O and “1:30” will appear on display. “START” will
flash on display, directing you to touch START, thus
setting the clock. If you wish to reset or change time,
simply repeat above process.
5. Number Pads. Touch these pads to enter cook
time, food temperature, power level, Auto Roast codes
or Auto Defrost codes and food weight.
Cooting by ~me
The time cooking feature allows
you to preset the cooking time.
The oven shuts off automatically.
Power level 10 (High) is
recommended for most cooking,
but you may change this for more
flexibility. See your cookbook.
To become better acquainted with
time cooking, make a cup of coffee
by following the steps below.
Step 1: Fill a cup 2/3 full of water,
add 1 teaspoon of instant coffee and
stir to dissolve. Use a cup that has
no metal decoration and is
microwave safe (see Microwaving
Tips on page 2). Place cup in oven
and close door.
Step4: Touch START. “COOK
TIME 1 ~’ “POWER 10~’ and time
counting down show on display.
Step 5: When time is up, the oven
signals and flashes “End~’ Oven,
light and fan shut off.
To Use Auto Start
Step 1: Enter your desired cooking
Using the ~me Cook II
Step 2: Touch AUTO START pad
(instead of START pad).
The Time Cook II feature lets you
set two time cooking functions
within one program. This is ideal
when you want to change power
levels during your cooking
operations. Here’s how to do it.
Step 3: Enter the time you want
the oven to start. (Be sure your
microwave oven clock shows the
correct time of day.)
Step 1: Place food in oven in
microwave-safe container and close
the door.
Step 2: Touch TIME COOK I pad.
Display shows “: O“ and “POWER
Step 4: Touch TIME COOK 11 pad.
Step 5: Set your cooking time.
How to Change ~wer Uvel
After setting cooking time,
touch POWER LEVEL pad,
then touch desired number for
new power level.
Step 6: Touch START.
Step 3: Select your time. For
example, touch 1, 2 and O for a
minute and 20 seconds. Display
shows “1:20” and “POWER 10~’
“COOK TIME 1“ flashes.
Because automatic power level 10
is recommended for this cup of
coffee, there is no need to change
the power level. (If power level 10
is not appropriate, see “How to
Change Power Level” at right.)
Auto Stirt allows you to program
your oven to begin cooking at a
preset time of day—up to a U
hour delay.
Step 6: Open the door.
Step 3: Select your cooking time. For
example, touch 2, 1 and 5 for two
minutes and 15 seconds. Display
shows “2:15” and “POWER 10~’
“COOK TIME 1“ flashes.
Step 2: Touch TIME COOK I.
Display shows “: O“ and “POWER
How to Use Auto Start
Step 7: “POWER 10” is displayed
and Cook Time 1 is shown counting
Step 8: At the end of Cook Time 1,
the second power level is displayed
and Cook Time 2 is shown counting
Step 9: When time is up, the oven
signals and flashes “End?’ The
oven, light and fan shut off.
Step 10: Open the door.
Step 4: Touch START pad. The
oven will automatically start at
the desired time.
Questiom and Answers
Q. I set my oven for the time
called for in the recipe, but at the
end of the time allowed, my food
wasn’t done. What happened?
A. Since house power varies due
to time or location, many time
cooking recipes give you a time
range to prevent overcooking. Set
the oven for minimum time, test the
food for doneness, and cook your
food a little longer, if necessary.
Q. I touched the number pads
and selected my power level. When
I touched START, however, my
oven didn’t come on. Why not?
A. The TIME COOK I or II pad
must be touched before setting the
number pads or else your oven will
not begin cooking.
Q. I want to cook on a power
level other than High. What do I
need to do?
A. To change the power level,
touch the POWER LEVEL pad,
then touch desired number for new
power level.
Q. Can I interrupt Time Cook to
check the food?
A. Yes. To resume cooking,
simply close the door and press
the START pad. The timer must be
reset for cooking to resume unless
time is remaining on timer.
Defrosting by ~me
Time Defrost is designed
for speedy thawing of frozen food
and is one of the great advantages
of a microwave oven.
Use Time Defrost to quickly
thaw foods such as bread, rolls,
vegetables, fruits and leftovers.
Auto Defrost is preferred for meat
and poultry because the oven sets
the defrosting time and power
levels for you.
● Power level 3 is automatically set
for defrosting, but you may change
this for more flexibility.
. See your cookbook for defrosting
To become better acquainted with
Time Defrost, defrost a 10-oz.
package of frozen strawberries by
following the steps below.
Step 1: Place package of frozen
strawberries in the oven and close
door. Be sure package contains
no metal.
Step 2: Touch TIME DEFROST.
Display shows “: O“ and “POWER
3:’ “ENTER DEF TIME” flashes.
Questions and Answers
Q. When I press START, I hear
a dull thumping noise. What is it?
A. This sound is normal. It is
letting you know the oven is using a
power level lower than 10 (High).
Step4: Touch STA~. “DEF TIME”
shows and time counts down on
display. When cycle is completed,
the oven signals and flashes “End,”
then automatically shuts off.
Step 5: Turn package over, close
door and repeat Steps 2 and 3 to set
remaining half of defrosting time
and touch START.
Step 6: When oven signals and
flashes “End~7 open door, remove
package and separate strawberries
to finish defrosting.
Defrosting ~ps
● Foods frozen in paper or plastic
can be defrosted in the package.
Q For even defrosting, some foods
need to be broken up or separated
part of the way through the
defrosting time.
● Family-size pre-packaged
frozen entrees can be defrosted and
microwaved. If the food is in a foil
container, transfer it to a microwave
safe dish.
● Check your cookbook for other
defrosting tips.
How to Change Power bvel
After setting defrosting time,
touch POWER LEVEL pad,
then touch desired number for
new power level.
Q. Can I defrost small items in
a hurry?
A. Yes, but they will need more
frequent attention than usual. Raise
the power level after entering the
time by touching the desired power
level pad. Power level 7 cuts the
total defrosting time about in 1/2;
power level 10 cuts the total defrosting
time to approximately 1/3. During
either, rotate or stir food frequently.
Q. Why don’t the defrosting
times in the cookbook seem right
for my food?
A. Cookbook times are averages.
Defrosting time can vary according
to the temperature in your freezer.
Set your oven for the time indicated
in your cookbook. If your food is
still not completely thawed at the
end of that time, reset your oven
and adjust the time accordingly.
Q. Should all foods be
completely thawed before
A. Some foods should not be
completely thawed before cooking.
For example, fish cooks so quickly
it is better to begin cooking while it
is still slightly frozen.
Q. Can I open the door during
Time Defrost to check on the
progress of my food?
A. Yes. You may open the door at
any time during microwaving, To
resume defrosting, close the door
and press START. The oven begins
operating if time is left on timer.
If not, reset timer.
Cooking by Temperature
Internal temperature is the best
test of doneness for many foods.
Temp Cook/Hold takes the
guesswork out of cooking because
the oven automatically switches
to Hold setting after reaching
the preset food temperature and
maintains that temperature for up
to one hour or until you touch the
The Temperature Probe
The temperature probe is a food
thermometer that gauges the
internal temperature of your food;
it must be used when using Temp
Cook/Hold or Auto Roast. To
utilize your probe properly, follow
directions for use and insertion in
this book in the Automatic
Roasting section.
Howto Temp Cook a Rolled
Beef Rib Roast to Medium
Step 1: Insert temperature probe
and attach probe securely in oven
wall. Close the door.
Step 2: Touch TEMP COOK/
HOLD. The display panel shows
“F” and “POWER 10;’ “ENTER
TEMP” flashes.
Step 3: Touch 1,2,5 for 125°F.
“TEMP COOK” flashes. “125F”
and “POWER 10” show on display.
Step 4: Touch POWER LEVEL
pad. “ENTER POWER” flashes.
Touch 5 for medium power.
“TEMP COOK:’ “125F” and
“POWER 5“ show on display.
Step 5: Touch START. If internal
temperature of the roast is less than
90°F., display will show “COOL” or
if temperature is 90°F. or above,
display shows temperature
counting up.
Step 6: When 125°F. is reached,
the oven will sound and display
“HOLD”. The oven will then hold
the temperature.
Step 7: Touch the CLEAR/OFF
pad to stop the cycle.
Step 8: Remove probe and food
from the oven.
Cooking Tips
● Use a lower power level; it will
heat more evenly even though
requiring more time.
. Be sure frozen food has been
completely defrosted before inserting
probe. Probe may break off if used
in frozen foods,
● Use the clip to keep the probe in
place while heating.
● Cover foods loosely for moisture
control and quick, even heating.
Questions and Answers
Q. After I followed the steps
and touched the START pad,
“ERROR” flashed in the display
and a signal sounded. What’s
A. “ERROR” flashes if you set
the temperature either below 90°F.
or above 199°F. The oven tells you,
between the flashing of “ERROR;’
what incorrect entry was made. To
re-enter, touch CLEAR/OFF pad
and begin again.
Q. Are there any foods I can’t
Temp Cook?
A. Yes. Delicate butter icings, ice
cream, frozen whipped toppings,
etc. soften rapidly at warm
temperatures. Batters, doughs and
frozen foods are also difficult to
cook precisely with the probe. It’s
best to time cook these foods.
Q. Why did “PROBE” flash on
the display after I touched the
START pad?
A. “PROBE” will flash if you
don’t seat the cable end of the probe
securely into the receptacle in the
oven wall or if you touch the TEMP
COOK/HOLD pad and forget to
use the probe.
Q. Can I leave my probe in the
oven if it’s not inserted in food?
A. No, if it touches the oven wall,
you may damage the oven.
Q. Can I Temp Cook different
portions of food at different
A. Yes. The temperature probe
gives you the freedom to cook
different portions of food at
different temperatures to suit
individual eating styles. Simply
place probe in food and change
temperature setting as needed.
How to Use the Minute/Second ~mer
The MIN/SEC TIMER has three
timing functions:
. It operates as a minute timer.
● It can be set to delay cooking.
● It can be used as a hold setting
after defrosting.
The MIN/SEC TIMER operates
without microwave energy.
Step 1: Take casserole from freezer
and place in oven.
How to Time a 3-Minute
Phone Call
Step 2: Touch TIME DEFROST pad.
1. Touch MIN/SEC TIMER pad.
The display shows “: O“ and
“ENTER TIME” flashes.
2. Touch number pads 3,0 and O
(for 3 minutes and no seconds).
Display shows “3:00” and “TIME.”
3. Touch START. Display shows
time counting down.
4. When time is up, oven signals,
flashes “End,” and display shows
time of day.
Programming a Holding
The Minute/Second Timer can also
be used to program a holding time
between microwave cooking functions.
The time can range from one second
to 99 minutes and 99 seconds. A
holding or standing time maybe
requested in some of your own
recipes or cookbook.
Programming Delayed
To delay cooking up to 99 minutes
and 99 seconds, touch TIME COOK I
or TEMP COOK/HOLD and enter
cook time or temp. Touch MIN/SEC
TIMER and enter number of minutes
to delay cooking. Touch START.
Timer will count down to zero and
cooking will begin. When delaying
temperature cooking, be sure that
probe is in food before pressing
How to Time Defrost, Hold
and Time Cook
Let’s say you want to defrost a fro~n
casserole for 15 minutes, hold for
10 minutes and then Time Cook for
25 minutes. Here’s how to do it:
Step 7: Touch 2,5,0 and O for
twenty-five minutes of cooking time.
“COOK TIME 1“ flashes, “25:00”
and “POWER 10” appear on display.
Step8: Touch START. “DEFTIME”
and “15 :00” counting down show on
display. As each function is
automatically performed, oven
display shows instructions entered
and the function.
The display shows “: O“ and
TIME” flashes.
Step 3: Touch pads 1, 5,0 and O for
15 minutes defrosting time. “15:00”
appears on display. (Defrosting is
automatically set on power level 3
but can be changed by touching
the POWER LEVEL pad and the
desired power level.)
Step 4: Set holding or standing
time by touching MIN/SEC TIMER.
The display shows “: O“ and
“ENTER TIME” flashes.
Step 5: Touch 1,0,0 and O to hold
for ten minutes. “10:00” appears on
display and “TIME” flashes.
Step 6: Touch TIME COOK I pad.
The display shows “: O“ and
TIME 1“ flashes.
Step 9: When time is up, the
oven signals, flashes “End” and
shuts off.
Questions and Answers
Q. What will happen if I
accidentally reverse my defrost,
hold and cook instructions?
A. The oven will automatically
rearrange your program. Defrosting
will always come first, then hold,
and then the cooking function.
Q. Can I defrost and hold only?
A. Yes. Sometimes you may only
want to defrost a food, hold it, and
cook it later. All you need to do is
program in Time Defrost and
amount of time. Then program a
holding time (example in steps 4
and 5 at left). Be sure to put the
thawed dish in the refrigerator
NOTE: Let foods remain at room
temperature only as long as safe.
Times will vary.
Q. I programmed my oven for
a specific defrosting time but it
defrosted longer than necessary.
What happened?
A. When instructions conflict,
the oven carries out the last
instruction. You may have set the
oven to Defrost for 4 minutes,
Hold/Time for 2 minutes, and then
Defrost for 6 minutes. In this case, the
oven would Defrost for 6 minutes
and Hold/Time for 2 minutes.
Automatic Roasting
Auto Roast uses the temperature
probe to cook to the desired
serving temperature. Unlike
Temp Cook/Hold, which uses a
single power level, Auto Roast
- up to 3 power settings which
automatically switch during
roasting, thus providing even,
tender cooking resulh without
Just as in conventional roasting,
only tender roasts should be Auto
Roasted until specified internal
temperatures are reached. Less
tender roasts should be microwaved
by time, according to the cookbook
which comes with your oven.
2. At 90°F, display switches to
show meat’s internal temperature
Place pork roast in cooking bag
and place in microwave-safe dish.
~eparing Roasti for
Auto Roasting
Place meat in oven with probe to
the right. Insert cable end of probe
firmly into receptacle on oven wall.
3. Twice during cookng program
oven w1ll signal and “TURn” w1ll
flash lf codes 1 through 5 have been
selected Open the door and turn
the meat over The probe may be
disconnected from the receptacle
for easier turmng of the meat
without interrupting the program
(Remember to re-insert the probe)
How to Auto Roast
Beef to Medium
Place tender beef roast in cooking
bag on trivet in microwave-safe
dish. (Refer to manufacturer’s
instructions for proper use of
cooking bag. ) Insert probe through
cooking bag horizontally into the
center meaty area not touching
bone or fat. Make sure the handle
does not touch the food or top or
sides of the oven.
1. Touch AU~ ROAST pad.
“AUTO” appears on display and
“ENTER CODE” flashes. Touch
number pad 2. “CODE 2“ appears
on display and “START” flashes.
Touch START. Display shows
temperature and “CODE 2?’
4. Close door and touch START
The temperature wdl return on
display Oven monitors internal
food temperature, automatically
swltchlng to lower power as meat’s
temperature rises This helps
prevent toughening or overcoohng
5. Afier find temperature 1s reached,
oven switches to Hold temp for up
to 1 hour, then shuts off
Auto Roast Guide
Use containers and coverings as directed at left. Place probe correctly in roast before cooking.
. When oven beeps and flashes “TURN1’ turn meat over.
● Recommended codes are also shown inside oven on Auto Roast Guide.
Tender Roast
Loin Roast
Whole Chicken (3 lbs.)
Turkey Breast
(Insert probe horizontally into meatiest area.)
Approx. Time
(Min. per lb.)
*Recommended standing time before serving.
Automatic Simmer
Automatic Simmer
Auto Roast code 6)
(Auto Roast code 6)
Your cookbook has information
on automatic simmering, including
guides and recipes.
Total time includes time to bring
food to 180°F. and hold at that
temperature until done.
Oven switches to Hold at 180°F.,
until you remove food and turn off
oven. If stirring is recommended,
you can reset oven by retouching
after cooking.
Set Automatic Simmer like Auto
Roast, example at left. Display
shows “COOL’ until food is
90°F., then switches to show
food temperature until 180°F.
Pot Roast*
Ham or Pork
Split Pea
*For frozen, add 2 to 3 hours.
With the Auto Defrost feature,
the oven automatically sets the
defrosting time and power levels
for you. You choose the appropriate
code number from 1 to 6 for the
food you are defrosting, then enter
the food weight in pounds and tenths
of a pound (See Conversion Guide
below) and touch START. The oven
calculates the defrosting time and
changes power levels during
defrosting to give even defrosting
When the oven reaches approximately
half of the total defrosting time, the
display flashes “TURN;’ telling
you to turn food over and will not
continue defrosting until door is
opened and START is touched
After defrosting time is complete,
the oven automatically goes into a
holding period as shown on the
Automatic Defrosting Guide on
this page. This holding period is
necessary to finish the defrosting
of the interior of the food.
How to Set Auto Defrost
N~E: Before you begin, check
the Auto Defrost code guide located
at the bottom of the oven when you
open the door. This guide shows
minimum and maximum food
weights for each code number.
You will need to know your food
weight and corresponding code
before beginning.
N~E: If “ERROR” appears after
entering food weight, check the
Auto Defrost code guide to make
sure that weight corresponds to the
code number entered.
Step 1: Remove frozen meat from
package and place in mlcrowavesafe dish Place In oven and close
Step 6: When 1/2 the defrosting
time is completed, the oven signals
and “TURN” flashes on display
instead of time counting down.
Open door and turn package over.
Step 2: Touch Auto Defrost pad
“ENTER CODE” flashes on display
Step 7: Close door and touch the
STA~ pad. Display shows remaining
defrosting time counting down.
Step3: Touch numberpad4 “CODE
4“ and “LBS” shows on d]splay
“ENTER WEIGHT” flashes
Step 8: When defrosting time is
completed, oven automatically
switches to a Hold period of 20
minutes for code 4. Hold time
counting down shows on display.
When holding time is finished oven
signals, “End” flashes, and oven
turns off.
Step 4: Touch number pad 3 and
O for weight of 3 lbs Display shows
“3 O;’ “CODE 4“ and “START”
Conversion Guide
If the weight is stated in pounds
and ounces, the ounces must be
converted to tenths (.1) of a pound.
Step 5: Touch START pad Defrost
time begins counting down on
Automatic Defrosting Guide
20 min.
20 min.
Chicken pieces
Ground Beef
Roasts, Bone in
Roasts, Boneless
Steaks and Chops
* In Auto Defrost, it is
necessary to allow the
meat to smnd during
holding time. You may
mke the meat out of the
oven if you prefer.
Care and Cleaning
Your new microwave oven is
a valuable appliance. Protect
it from misuse by following
these rules:
● Keep your oven clean and
sweet-smelling. Opening the oven
door a few minutes after cooking
helps air-out the interior. An
occasional thorough wiping with a
solution of baking soda and water
keeps the interior fresh.
● Don’t use sharp-edged utensils
with your oven. The inside and
outside oven walls can be scratched.
The control panel can be damaged.
c Don’t remove the mode stirrer
cover at the top of the oven
(microwave feature 6 on page 5).
You will damage the oven.
How to Clean the Inside
How to Clean the Outside
Walls, floor and mode stirrer
cover. Some spatters can be
removed with a paper towel, others
may require a damp cloth. Remove
greasy spatters with a sudsy cloth,
then rinse with a damp cloth. Do not
use abrasive cleaners on oven walls.
Door (inside). Window: Wipe up
spatters daily and wash when soiled
with a damp cloth. Rinse thoroughly
and dry.
Metal and plastic parts on door:
Wipe frequently with a damp
cloth to remove all soil. DO NOT
Special note when using
Brown ‘N Sear Dish: If grease
is present, high heat generated on
bottom of a Brown ‘N Sear dish
may cause the grease to burn onto
the oven floor. This may be removed
with a cleanser such as Bon Ami@
brand cleanser.
After using this cleanser, rinse
and dry thoroughly, following
instructions on can. Do not use it
on the painted surfaces such as the
walls—it may scratch the paint.
Automatic Temperature Probe.
Probe is sturdy, but care should be
taken in handling. Do not twist or
bend; avoid dropping temperature
Clean as soon after using as possible.
To clean, wipe with sudsy cloth, then
rub lightly with plastic scouring
ball if necessary. Rinse and dry.
(Or wash in dishwasher.)
Shelf Accessory. Your shelf
accessory is designed for use in a
microwave oven only; do not use in
a conventional oven. Do not use a
browning dish with the shelf.
Arcing could occur.
Clean shelf with mild soap and
water or in the dishwasher. Do not
clean in a self-cleaning oven.
Case. Clean the outside of your oven
with soap and damp cloth, rinse
with a damp cloth and then dry.
Wipe the window clean with a
damp cloth. Chrome trim is best
wiped with a damp cloth and then
with a dry towel.
Control Panel. Wipe with a damp
cloth. Dry thoroughly. Do not use
cleaning sprays, large amounts of
soap and water, abrasives, or sharp
objects on the panel—they can
damage it.
Door Surface. When cleaning
surfaces of door and oven that
come together on closing the door,
use only mild, nonabrasive soaps
or detergents applied with a sponge
or soft cloth.
Power Cord. If the cord becomes
soiled, unplug and wash with damp
cloth. For stubborn spots, sudsy
water may be used, but be certain
to rinse with a damp cloth and dry
thoroughly before plugging cord
into outlet.
Cooktop L@t Replacement
To replace cooktop light, first
disconnect power at main fuse or
circuit breaker panel or pull plug.
Remove 2 screws in front of lamp
cover. Lamp cover is hinged and
will drop down. Be sure bulbs to be
replaced are cool before removing.
Remove bulbs and replace with
40-watt incandescent bulbs
(WB2X4253) available from your
GE supplier. Raise lamp cover and
replace screws that were removed.
Connect electrical power to
microwave oven.
Oven Li@t Replacement
To replace your oven light, first
disconnect power at main fuse
or circuit breaker or pull plug.
Remove the top grill by taking off
3 screws which hold it in place.
Next, remove the single screw
located above door near center of
oven that secures lamp housing.
Remove bulb and replace with
30-watt incandescent bulb
(WB2X4235) available from your
GE supplier. Secure lamp housing
with screw.
Clean off the grease and dust
on hood surfaces often. Use a
warm detergent solution. About
1 tablespoon of ammonia maybe
added to the water. Take care not
to touch the filters and enameled
surfaces with this. Ammonia will
tend to darken metal.
Your microwave oven has two
reusable metal filters to help
remove grease from the air and a
disposable charcoal filter to help
remove smoke and odors caused by
cooking with your range. When the
fan is operated, air is drawn up
through the filters and then
The grease filters should be
cleaned at least once a month.
Never operate your hood without
the filters in place. In situations
where flaming might occur on
surfaces below hood, filter will
retard entry of flames into the unit.
The disposable charcoal filter
should be replaced when it is
noticeably dirty or discolored
(usually after 6 to 12 months,
depending on hood usage). Order
Part No. WB2X4267 from your
To remove grease filter, grasp the
“finger hold” on the filter and slide
to the rear.
Then pull filter downward and to
the front. The filter will drop out
To clean grease filter, soak,
then agitate filter in hot detergent
solution. Don’t use ammonia or
other alkali because it will darken
metal. Light brushing can be used
to remove embedded dirt. Rinse,
shake and remove moisture before
replacing. Filters should be
cleaned at least once a month.
Never operate your hood without
the filters in place. In situations
where flaming might occur on
surfaces below hood, filters will
retard entry of flames into the unit.
To replace grease filter, slide the
filter in the ~rame slot on the back
of the opening.
Pull filter upward and to the front
to lock into place.
To remove the charcoal filter,
disconnect power at main fuse or
circuit breaker or pull plug.
Remove the top grill by taking off
3 screws which hold it in place.
Grasp filter and slide toward front
of oven. It will slide right out.
To install a new filter, remove
plastic and other outer wrapping
from the new filter. Insert filter into
top opening of oven as shown. It
will rest at an angle on two side
support tabs and in front of right
rear tab.
Replace grill and secure with
3 screws.
Guide to Use of the Oven Shelf
Do not store or cook with metil
shelf on floor of oven. Product
damage may result.
● Use potholders when handling
metal shelf and cookware.
They may be hot.
c Do not store or use microwave
browning dish on metal shelf.
The two position wire shelf is
specifically designed for added
capacity heating and reheating in
your Spacemaker” microwave oven.
More than one food may be heated
or reheated and ready to serve at
the same time.
When microwaving with the oven
shelf, some techniques will differ
from the cookbook which came
with your oven. It is important to
arrange foods properly, and this is
shown on the next page. Cookware
size is important; select from among
the suggestions at right. Also, food
size should be considered; foods
over 3 Y2 inches high, or 3 pounds
are not recommended for shelf
Batters and dough foods and also
uncooked foods which need to be
prepared from scratch should be
cooked without the oven shelf,
following cookbook directions.
Use pot holders when handling
foods heated together with your
oven shelf, especially when heating
larger amounts of food in 8-inch
square or other 2-quart size
casseroles. Extra steam generated
from multiple food cooking may
make cook-ware hotter tha~with
regular microwaving.
Cookware for Shelf
Heating and Reheating
Positioning the Shelf
Before placing food in the dishes,
check to see that they WN fit together
on or under the shelf. Also, be sure
cookware is microwave safe.
To insert shelf, tip the back slightly
and fit the shelf support guides onto
the support guides located on each
side of rear oven wall.
Next, lower the front until the shelf
support guides fit onto the support
guides located at each side of the
oven in the front.
When properly positioned, the
shelf should fit snugly in place.
Cookware for heating or reheating
include 1 cup measuring cup,
8x4x3-inch loaf dishes, 9x5x3inch loaf dishes or 9-inch pie plates.
Shelf has two positions. Use in low
position when heating two casseroles
or reheating frozen TV dinners or
may be placed in small
individual ceramic or plastic bowls
or divided plates.
Use wax paper or plastic wrap
instead of lids on casseroles. Lids
may add too much height to dish.
The high shelf position more
evenly spaces the area above and
below the shelf. Use this position
for heating plates of leftovers.
When properly positioned, the
shelf should fit snugly in place,
be level and not touch the back
wall of the oven.
If arcing occurs when using the
shelf to cook more than one food
at the same time, turn the oven off.
Make sure the shelf is positioned
securely on all four shelf suppoti
and not touching oven walls.
How to Heat or Reheat Similar~pes of Food
No plates of leftovers maybe
reheated together. Arrange thick
or dense foods to outside edges of
plate and cover with plastic wrap.
Microwave at High (10) for 2 to 3
minutes. Reverse position of plates
(top to bottom) and rotate 1/2 turn.
Continue microwaving at High (10)
for 2 to 3 minutes. Continue
heating, if necessary, until hot.
Reheating two casseroles (height
should be less than 3 ‘A inches) is
possible. Cover with plastic wrap.
Use staggered arrangements of
food, placing food on right side of
shelf and left side of floor. Refer to
Heating or Reheating Guide in
cookbook for suggested microwave
time per casserole and add the
times together. Microwave at High
(10) reversing position of foods (top
to bottom) after half of time. Also,
heat several small bowls of
leftovers this way, stirring and
reversing positions afier half of time.
~o frozen individual entrees
(5 to 7 oz. each) or two W dinners
(10 to ~ oz. each) are both ready to
serve at the same time. Remove
trays of food from their boxes and
turn back one corner of the plastic
cover to vent. If there are any foil
covers, remove them and return the
trays of food to their boxes. (Batter
foods should be removed from the
trays and cooked conventionally. )
Place in oven with one TV dinner on
right shelf and the second dinner on
left floor. Microwave at High (10)
for 7 minutes. Reverse positions
(top to bottom) and rotate foods 1/2
turn. Continue microwaving at
High (10) for 7 minutes. Check
dinners for heating. If one dinner
seems less done than desired,
return it to the box and continue
heating on shelf 1 to 2 more minutes.
How to Reheat Several Different ~pes of Foods Together
When heating several different
types of food together, foods which
should be served hot must be placed
on the oven shelf, while foods
which are only warmed should be
placed on the floor. This is because
microwave energy enters the oven
from the top only. Also, it is
important to remember that foods
absorb microwave energy at
different rates. Rates can be affected
by the size of the food, and its
starting temperature.
Because of the varying rates, you
may need to start reheating a large
or dense food a few minutes ahead
of time, then add other smaller or
less dense foods. Alternately, if
one of the foods you are heating
seems undercooked but the others
are heated satisfactorily, let the
underheated food continue cooking.
Heat or reheat different types of
food at High (10). To determine
heating times, add times for all
foods together. (See heating guide
in cookbook. ) After half of time,
stir or rearrange foods (do not
reverse positions). Check foods (top
shelf especially) after 3/4 of total
time and remove any which are
done. Continue cooking others.
Place on shelf large or dense
foods which need the most heating,
such as leftover fried chicken,
casseroles of canned or leftover
vegetables, rice or pasta. Place on
oven floor those foods which need
only be warmed, such as bakery
pies, rolls, muffins or breads.
~ Use This fioblem Solver
o A fu5e in your home may be blown or the circuit breaker tripped, Replace fuse or
reset circuit breaker.
* Unplug your microwave oven, then plug it back in.
* Make sure 3-prong plug on oven is fully inserted into wall receptacle.
* Door not securely closed.
* STAW must be touched afier entering cooking selection.
* Another selection ertterod dmdy in oven and CLEAR/OFF not touched to cancel it.
* Make sure you have entered cooking time after touching TIME COOK I or II.
* CLEAR/OFF was touched accidentally. Reset cooking program and touch START.
* Tem~rature pm~ nut inse~M properly or not being used during Auto Roast or
T@mp Cook.
* Make sure you have entered a desired finished temperature after touching TEMP
* M&~ sure you entered a code number after touching AUTO functions.
G Cooking times may vary because of starting food temperature, food density
or amount of foods in oven. Touch TIME COOK I and additional cooking
time for completion,
o Incorrect ~w@r level entered. Check c~kb~k for recommended power level or
chwging levels during cooking if necessary.
. Dish was not rotated, turned or stirred. Some dishes require specific instructions.
Chock cookbook or recipe for these instructions.
● Too m~ny dishes in oven at same time. Cooking time must be increased. Check
cookbook for recommendation on increasing time.
* Probe not inserted properly into meat or dish when using Temp Cook or
Auto Roast functions. Check cookbook or Auto Roast section of this book for specific
@ men using Temp CooMHold, a temperature less than 90°F. or more than
199°F. has been entered.
@ Weight is incorrect for Auto Defrost cde on guide. It is nmessary to reset oven.
@ When using Clock, you have not entered a valid clock time.
been forgotten or not seated properly in oven wall when using
Temp Cook/Hold or Auto Roast functions.
. Power has been disrupted. Touch CLEAR/OFF and reset clock.
Ml these things are normal with your microwave oven:
● Dull, thumping sound while oven
● Some TV-Radio interference
* Steam or vapor escaping from
is operating.
might be noticed while using your
around the door.
microwave oven. It’s similar to the
Q Dimmin g oven fight and change
● Light reflection around door or
caused by other small
outer case.
in blower sound may occur while
does not indicate a
operating at power levels other
than high.
If you need more help.. call, toll free:
The GE Answer Center”
consumer information service
GroundiW Imtructiom
This appliance must be grounded.
In the event of an electrical short
circuit, grounding reduces the risk
of electric shock by providing an
escape wire for the electric current.
This appliance is equipped with a
power cord having a grounding
wire with a grounding plug. The
plug must be plugged into an outlet
that is properly installed and
grounded. (Fig. 1)
use of the grounding plug can result
in a risk of electric shock.
Fig. 1
Consult a qualified electrician or
service technician if the grounding
instructions are not completely
understood, or if doubt exists as to
whether the appliance is properly
Where a standard two-prong wall
receptacle is encountered, it is
your personal responsibility and
obligation to have it replaced with
a properly grounded three-prong
wall receptacle.
Do not under any circumstance cut or remove the
third (ground) prong from
the power cord.
Do not use an adapter plug
with this appliance.
Do not use an extension cord
with this appliance.
If You Need Service
To obtain service, see your warranty
on the back page of this book.
We’re proud of our service and
want you to be pleased. If for some
reason you are not happy with the
service you receive, here are three
steps to follow for further help.
FIRST, contact the people who
serviced your appliance. Explain
why you are not pleased. In most
cases, this will solve the problem.
NEXT, if you are still not pleased,
write all the details-including
your phone number—to:
Manager, Consumer Relations
GE Appliances
Appliance Park
Louisville, Kentucky 40225
FINALLY, if your problem is still
not resolved, write:
Major Appliance
Consumer Action Panel
20 North Wacker Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Save proof of original purchase date such as your sales slip or cancelled check to establish warranty period.
For one year from date of original
purchase, we will provide, free of
charge, parts and service labor
in your home to repair or replace
any part of the microwave
oven that fails because of a
manufacturing defect.
For the second through tenth
year from date of original purchase,
we will provide, free of charge, a
replacement magnetron tube if
the magnetron tube fails because
of a manufacturing defect. You pay
for the service trip to your home
and service labor charges.
. Service trips to your home to
teach you how to use the product.
Read your Use and Care material.
If you then have any questions
about operating the product,
please contact your dealer or our
Consumer Affairs office at the
address below, or call, toll free:
GE Answer Center”
consumer information service
This warranty is extended to
the original purchaser and any
succeeding owner for products
purchased for ordinary home use
in the 48 mainland states, Hawaii
and Washington, D.C. In Alaska the
warranty is the same except that it is
LIMITED because you must pay to
ship the product to the service shop
or for the service technician’s travel
costs to your home.
All warranty service will be provided
by our Factory Service Centers or
by our authorized Customer Care”
servicers during normal working
Look in the White or Yellow Pages
of your telephone directory for
. Replacement of house fuses or
resetting of circuit breakers.
. Failure of the product if it is used
for other than its intended purpose
or used commercially.
. Damage to product caused
by accident, fire, floods or acts
of God.
Improper installation.
If you have an installation problem,
contact your dealer or installer.
You are responsible for providing
adequate electrical, gas, exhausting
and other connecting facilities.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion
may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
To know what your legal rights are in your state, consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state’s Attorney General.
Warrantor: General Electric Company
If fuflher help is needed concerning this warranty, write:
Manager—Consumer Affairs, GE Appliances, Louisville, KY 40225
Part No. 164 D2092P11O
Pub. No. 49-8082
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