FIG 1 A Microwave Oven Instruction for use EA-1770EG EA-2080EG Specific No. :0050502330A DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY 1. For your use safety, before installing this model of microwave oven, please take out the locating spacer rods from the cavity (as illustrated in Figure 1 of the verso), and insert them respectively into the two locating holes at lower part of the cavity rear panel as illustrated, so as to ensure good ventilation between the microwave oven and back wall.(EA-1770EG) The manufacturer of the product/s described herein, to which this description refers, declares on its sole responsibility that the product/s meet the relevant fundamental safety health and protection requirements of the relevant EU guidelines and that the corresponding test reports are available for examination by the relevant authorities and can be requested from the seller of the appliance, especially with regard to CE Declaration of Conformity issued by the manufacturer or with the Manufacturer's approval. Moreover , the manufacturer declares that the parts of the appliance described in this user manual, which come into contact with fresh food, do not contain any toxic substances. Electricity schematic diagram The Primary interlock switch FUSE N E (out) Thermostat E Thermostat EA-2080EG/EA-1770EG This figure suits the CE/GS certification TAPI The door interlock switch RG CPU FUSE The secondary interlock switch RELAY CPU The secondary interlock switch RELAY F Magnetron RG HVD The door interlock switch FA AK Rectifier HVT Thermostat HVC Monitoring switch Thermostat Grill heater Curbing motor Fan motor Lamp MT L E RW RELAY The Primary interlock switch MF N DELAY CIRCUIT HVT N N (in) F HVD L FA AK Rectifier Magnetron MT HVC Monitoring switch MF Grill heater L (out) Curbing motor Fan motor Lamp L (in) RELAY EA-2080EG/EA-1770EG This figure does not suit the CE/GS certification RW RELAY 28. Small amounts of food require shorter cooking or heating time. If normal times are allowed they may overheat and burn. 13 English Instruction for use Screen Display and key functions Display screen Shows cooking time and cooking mode POPCORN PIZZA BEVERAGE VEGETABLES DEFROST Press key until the screen displays the desired weight Micro Power Set the microwave power level Setting the cooking time Defrost Grill Combi MicroPower 1 4 7 Instruction for use Page Contents Operating panel MEAT English AUTO COOKING MENU Press key until the screen displays the desired weight FISH Start +30S Grill/Combi Set grill power lever Start +30S Start cooking process Clear/Stop 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 Clear/stop Pause or stop the cooking Correct programme CE - Declaration of conformity inside of cover sheet Electricity schematic diagram inside of cover sheet 1 Potential dangers 2 Suitable cooking ware 2/3 2 Where to install the Oven 3 3 Installing the Oven 3 Cautions / Warning 1/4/5/6/9 4 Rating plate 4 5 Plugging in your appliance 4 When operating the microwave oven for the first time 5 6 Using the microwave oven 5 Prevention of smoke or fire in the microwave oven 5/6 How to react when smoke develops inside the oven 6 7 How to operate your microwave oven 6 Microwave cooking 6 Auto cooking menu 6/7 Grill cooking 7 Auto defrost 8 Child lock 8 8 Cleaning and care 9 Warning ! Under no circumstances should you 9 9 Customer support service 9/10 What is when 10 Warning ! The interior lamp may only 10 10 Calling the Customer Support Service 10 11 Guarantee 10 Components 11 Operating panel 12 Warning 13 Caution ! Microwave ovens may only be installed, plugged in and started up in full compliance with the instructions for use. Therefore, please read the instruction manual carefully from start to finish before you start to use your appliance. The manufacturer is not liable for any damage caused by failure to pay heed to the operating instructions when operating the appliance. Highlight the points that are especially important to you and keep this document in a place where it can be consulted at any time and be passed on to future owners. This appliance must be kept out of children's reach. Important ! The appliance(s) described in this instruction manual is / are solely designed for domestic use and may not be used for professional or commercial purposes. You have chosen an excellent appliance which will serve you reliably for many years, if it is operated and maintained properly. Detailed drawings (FIG. A) with a legend you shall find on the last pages of this manual. Should your newly purchased appliance replace an old microwave oven, cut off the power cable of the old appliance as close as possible to the cabinet. Please have the old appliance ecologically disposed off by a company specialised in environmental protection. (ask your civic Centre) 12 1 English Instruction for use English Instruction for use Using Your Oven In the following, please find all important instructions for the use of the oven. As this manual applies to several microwave ovens, some specifications may differ from model to model. FIG. A 1 Potential dangers 11 COMPONENTS 1 10 2 3 Caution ! Microwave ovens may only be used to warm up or heat up food or drinks. Never use your microwave oven for other purposes such as drying textiles or other objects, let alone life animals. This may cause acute fire(s) or accident hazard. 4 MEAT Defrost Grill Combi MicroPower 12 1 4 7 1. If you install or start up your microwave oven without first reading the instructions for use: Misuse may damage your health and endanger your life. Mistakes made in installation and connection may potentially damage the appliance itself and your kitchen furniture POPCORN PIZZA BEVERAGE VEGETABLES 2 5 8 0 FISH Start +30S Clear/Stop 5 3 6 9 6 13 7 2. Over boiling When heated in a microwave oven, liquids may overheat beyond their boiling point without you being able to see it (boiling causes non visible bubbling). 8 9 Caution: By merely touching a serving dish as you take it out, steam bubbles may unexpectedly and suddenly form and the liquid in the serving dish may unexpectedly boil over. (Danger to get severely scalded) You can prevent such an occurrence, by simply putting a clean glass rod into the dish, filled with liquid. However before removing the serving dish, observe if the boiling liquid bubbles up as usual. In mixed food with different moisture levels, the microwaves heat up the moister ingredients far stronger. Baby food heated up in glasses or bottles may only be handed to your child after having checked the temperature of the food or drink. As different ingredients may be warmed up at varying degrees, the dish/bottle containing baby food may feel only lukewarm, whereas the food inside is far more heated up.For this reason, always shake or stir the baby food evenly so that the heat is distributed. 3. Suitable cooking ware Always ensure that your dishes and pots are compatible with microwave ovens. Cooking ware made of the following materials is best suited: Fire-resistant glass or ceramics Heat-resistant and microwave suited plastic Heat-resistant porcelain / stoneware 14 Legend of Components Availability of components depending on Mod. / Type of appliance 1 - Cabinet 10 - Oven interior 2 - Interior light 11 - Door hinge 3 - Control panel 12 - Door 4 - LED display 13 - Door seal 5 - Operate button 14 - Gridiron 6 - Circular track(for turntable undercarriage) 7 - Turntable drive 8 - Turntable undercarriage 9 - Turntable The following materials may be used only for brief operation (e.g. warming up) as long as it is under constant supervision in case of fire and the manufacturer explicitly states that the materials are suitable for microwaves. 2 11 English Instruction for use Customer service jobs resulting from improper operation of the oven are liable for payment even during the guarantee period. What is when......... Is the plug firmly inserted in the socket? Is the power socket under current? (test this by plugging in another kitchen appliance) Is the fuse intact? Was the timer set properly? (first turn beyond the required time and then back accordingly) Does the oven door close tightly? Is anything stuck in the door? Under no circumstances should you subject the appliance to any tests other than those described here or attempt to repair it yourself by technical means. Warning ! The interior lamp may only be replaced by specially trained customer service personnel who is aware of the related dangers. The appliance works independently from the interior light. It can thus also be operated easily even if the interior lamp has failed. Steam escaping from the air vent is quite normal during operation. This is not a malfunction. 10 Calling the Customer Support Service To ensure prompt help when needed, please have ready the following data before calling the customer support service: Appliance Type / Model (see rating plate) Date of purchase Name and location of your dealer Description of the malfunction The address and phone number of the customer support service centre responsible for your appliance can be found in the attached customer support service directory , or in the guarantee card. Otherwise contact your dealer . 11 Guarantee Please note the general guarantee terms and the guarantee period stated in the attached guarantee card. If the appliance documentation does not include a guarantee card, please contact your dealer . The manufacturer works constantly at the further development of all products. Please therefore bear this in mind as the form, set up and technology are subject to change, without prior notice. 10 English Instruction for use Wickerwork Wood / wooden skewer Plastic cups / dishes etc. White paper trays / cartons 1.1 Very important ! The following items are under no circumstances suitable for microwave cooking: Metal containers, cutlery or skewers Containers with metal trimming (e.g. gold rim ) Bags sealed with metal parts (clips) Cartons coated with plastic film or foil Coloured or recycled paper Metal objects may trigger off unwanted sparking and potentially damage the appliance. Coated cartons, coloured or recycled paper may contain substances that may lead to overheating and fire. If your appliance is also equipped with a fan or a grill function, make sure the dishes you use have a high heat resistance. 2 Where to Install the Oven 1. Before installing your new appliance, you need to check as for visible external damage. Under no circumstances should the appliance be started, if it is damaged. Therefore, thoroughly check the appliance as for: Damaged packaging, indicating that the appliance may have been damaged during shipment Damaged cabinet Damaged door glass panel Visible damage to the cable / plug If you suspect any damage, please have the appliance tested by the customer support service. At all costs prevent the emission of any hazardous microwave radiation by not starting up a damaged oven. 3 Installing The Oven: (FIG. A) a) Unpack the appliance b) Remove all objects from the inside of the oven. c) Carefully remove all plastic films and stickers from: - the cabinet - the door - the Turntable axle - drive shaft Failure to carefully remove plastic films and stickers may lead to a fire hazard. d) Clean the oven interior with a damp cloth. Do not use sharp cleansers or scouring agents! e) Unpack the turntable (not all models are equipped with) and its undercarriage 3 English Instruction for use f) Place the undercarriage in the circular track on the oven interior floor g) Lay the turntable onto the undercarriage. By gently turning it, the guide fits into the drive shaft. Place the appliance on an even and non-skid surface. It must be stable enough to easily support the appliance even if the oven contains goods. Leave a space of at least 15 cm between the foremost edge of the worktop and the front of the oven door . You will thus prevent the appliance from tilting forward when the door is open. Install the oven in a place where it is protected against splashing water or dripping liquids. Never operate the appliance outdoors. Sunlight and humidity may impair operational safety. Never expose your microwave oven to direct sunlight (overheating hazard). Do not install the appliance in the immediate vicinity of heat sources such as radiators or cookers. The following minimum clearances between other objects / walls must be maintained for safety purposes: - Side l/r clearance at least 5 cm - Rear clearance at least 10 cm - Upper clearance at least 30 cm The appliance must not be built into a cupboard. The oven must not be built in underneath a panel or a cupboard. For some models a built under - mounting set is commercially available. Please ask your dealer or the respective customer support service. CAUTION! During operation clouds of steam escape through the air vents of the appliance and it may get very hot within the space of the above mentioned minimum clearances. The microwave oven should thus be installed so that no objects sensitive to heat or moisture are located near the minimum clearances. Avoid any possible overheating of the oven caused by unintentionally covering or sealing the air vents When in operation the base of the oven may become very hot. The worktop must thus be accordingly heat-resistant. 4 Rating Plate The rating plate with technical specifications is located on the cabinet, at the rear of the oven. 5 Plugging in your appliance Your appliance must be connected to a power socket with grounded connection, which complies with the respective regulations and has been installed by an authorised specialists. Before plugging the appliance into the wall socket, make sure that the voltage(V) and fuse amperage (A) specified on the rating plate of the oven correspond with the electrical power supply in your home. If these specifications do partly or not at all correspond, immediately contact your local customer support service or your dealer and do no plug in the appliance under any circumstances. 4 English Instruction for use 8 .Cleaning and care Caution ! The microwave oven must be unplugged from the power supply before cleaning it (on the external or interior side). Pull out the power plug, or activate fuse safety switch. If you cannot reach the plug, keep the oven door open (also when cleaning the outside). Only in this way you can prevent the appliance from being switched on when the function keys or switches are inadvertently activated. 1. Cleaning the Cabinet Caution ! Under no circumstances should water or a cleaning fluid get into the inside of the oven. This is particularly important when cleaning around the air vents or rear wall. Otherwise serious accidents may ensue due to electric shock and the appliance may be damaged. Only use clear water with just a little washing-up liquid for cleaning. Do not under any circumstances use sharp cleaning or scouring agent. Lastly wipe the cabinet dry with a soft cloth. Carefully remove food particles and dirt deposits between the door and cabinet, so that the door always shuts properly and tightly. Warning ! Under no circumstances should you continue to use the appliance if you have detected any damage on the door seal or on the adjoining surfaces.The same applies to damage detected on the door itself or door hinges. Otherwise hazardous microwave radiation may escape from these locations.This kind of damage must be repaired by a trained customer service engineer, before you can use your appliance again. 2. Cleaning the inside of the oven Never pour water into the oven interiors . Water may enter the interior of the oven through the air vents and damage the appliance. Moreover serious accidents can ensue due to electric shock. Clean the oven interior thoroughly. Particles of fat and food may overheat and potentially cause fire hazard. Moreover food and dirt deposits inside the oven affect the performance of the microwave oven. Use only clear water with a little washing-up liquid to clean the interior of the oven. Do not under any circumstances use sharp cleaning or acids. Lastly wipe the cooking chamber dry with soft cloth. 3. Cleaning the Turntable Thoroughly clean the turntable (if equipped with) after every use to prevent smoke from developing due to food particles. CAUTION ! The turntable might still be hot. Likewise clean the turntable undercarriage and the oven interior regularly, so that it always works perfectly. 9 Customer Support Service Check on the enclosed guarantee card or the separately enclosed customer service directory which firm is responsible for the customer support service of your appliance. If your appliance documentation does not mention the responsible customer support service, please contact your dealer. If your appliance does not work despite observance and compliance with all tips and guidelines described in these instructions for use, then please do the following check "What is when...", before you call the customer support service: 9 English Instruction for use AUTO DEFROST CHILD LOCK To protect children from accidents, the appliance is equipped with a lock mechanism . This function can be used to defrost deep- frozen food fast and gently. According to the weight set , the appliance automatically determines the required defrosting time. You have possibilities to set the weight. 1.Under the standby mode press keys simultaneously Example: Defrost 0.8kg frozen food 1.Press key five times MicroPower Screen display Clear/Stop Note When activating the lock function a buzz rings. All other function are now blocked. English Instruction for use When operating the microwave oven for the first time, make sure that: The power cable of the oven is not led underneath the oven base, which does get hot, and does not come into contact with sharp edges or hot objects. The power cable does not extend into the other kitchen work areas. The power cable does not droop from the work top and nobody can get caught in it. The power cable does not come into contact with moisture(e.g. when wiping the work top or rinsing). The power plug is easily accessible and can quickly be unplugged in case of danger . The power plug is always firmly inserted in the socket and loose contact cannot cause any fire hazards. Slack power plugs or sockets must be immediately repaired by a skilled electrician. No curtains are nearby. 6 Using the Microwave Oven 1. Before switching on the appliance, you should familiarizes yourself with the following guidelines: Never operate the oven when it is empty otherwise . it could get damaged. Defrost Screen display in turn To prevent the oven from being operated inadvertently without contents, always leave a glass of water in the cavity when the appliance is out of use. 2.To cancel the lock function hold the following keys pressed simultaneously Screen display MicroPower Note: When the lock function is cancelled a buzz rings. All other functions are now again active. EA-1770EG 2.Press key Start +30S Clear/Stop EA-2080EG Screen display Never heat liquids or food(s) in sealed dishes Within sealed dishes overpressure can quickly develop and thus cause the dish to burst.This leads to potentially serious accidents. The following items are also liable to burst due to developing overpressure: eggs in shells, nuts in shells or any food(s) vacuum packed in plastic foil. Therefore, always pierce raw eggs on two sides and remove the foil or at least cut it open on one whole side, before you put it into the oven. Remove nutshells. Should the use of aluminium foil be recommended in a recipe, make sure that it tightly adheres to the cookware or food and a gap of at least 2.5 cm is left between the aluminium foil and the cooking compartment walls. Otherwise sparking may occur inside the oven and the appliance could consequently get damaged. In order to ensure that the seal is constantly protected adequately against hazardous escaping microwaves, always make sure that: a) No objects (dishcloths, parts of food packaging etc.) are caught between the door and cabinet b) Door seal or door hinges are not damaged or soiled (also see section on "Cleaning and Care") Clock counts backwards Note: For previously cooked frozen food, during the cooking please turn the food over. NOTE: 1 If you want to temporarily stop a cooking session, press the Clear/Stop key once and then you can start the cooking again by press Start; or press the Clear/Stop twice to cancel the cooking program altogether. 2 After the cooking time ends, the system will beep five times and END is displayed. Do not touch - Scalding hazard During operation your microwave oven may present scalding hazards in the following components: on the door - glass panel on the lateral air vents on the underside of the oven 2. Prevention of smoke or fire in the microwave oven If food(s) overheats, smoke may develop or smouldering may start inside the oven. Food(s) with a high sugar or fat content are particularly prone to this hazard. 8 5 English Instruction for use The microwave oven is therefore not suitable for: frying English Recipe Making popcorn melting sugar or fats cooking dried beans etc. When preparing food(s) with uncertain compositions, you should keep an eye on the appliance until the end of the set cooking time. 2.1 How to react when smoke develops inside the oven Should smoke or fire develop inadvertently inside the oven, this problem can usually be easily overcome by taking the following correct steps: Whatever happens, keep the oven door closed. First thing, switch off the appliance immediately Then switch off the power supply by unplugging the appliance or activating the fuse safety switch. Open the oven to take out the burnt food only when you can no longer detect any smoke. CAUTION ELECTRIC SHOCK Under no circumstances should you attempt to extinguish smouldering or burning food inside the oven with water . In this case serious accidents may be caused by electric shock. MICROWAVE COOKING You can choose from 8 different power levels.Set the desired power level before setting the cooking time. Screen display P stands for % power 1 2 3 P80 P70 4 5 P60 P50 6 7 8 P40 P30 P20 A-6 A-3 A-1 A-2 A-4 A-5 Meat Popcorn Pizza Beverage Vegetables Fish Example:Cooking of 0.4kg fish 1.Press key three times Example:10 minutes cooking with P50 power level 1.Press key five times MicroPower AUTO COOKING MENU Set the type and the weight of the food to be cooked in the AUTO COOKING function ,the required cooking time is automatically determined. Screen display A stands for Automatic Screen display Screen display Once FISH MEAT A-2 POPCORN A-3 PIZZA A-4 A-5 A-6 Recommendations 0.1kg 0.2kg Shield the edges with aluminium foil. Turn the meat over,in the course of the 0.4kg cooking. This programme is suitable for beef, lamb, pork, steaks, chops and 0.2kg 0.3kg 0.6kg minced meat. 0.1Kg 1 2 BEVERAGE Use special popcorn product for preparing in microwave oven. Follow the instructions of food manufacturer and put the bag in the centre of turntable. During this programme corn will pop and the bag will increase in volume. Be careful when taking out and openi ng the hot bag. This function is for reheating leftover chilled pizza. Place chilled pizza on the high rack. After cook ing, take out immediat ely. Let stand for 2~3 min. 0.2kg Pour the liquid into ceramic cups only and reheat uncovered. Place one cup in the centre,2cups opposite to each other and 3 or 4 cups in acircle.Leave them to 0.4kg stand in the microwave oven.Stir drinks before and after standing time.Be careful 0.6kg while taking the cups out ( see safety instructi ons for liquids). 0.2kg Weigh the vegetables after washing, cleaning and cutting into similar size. Put them into a glass bowl with lid. Add 30 ml(2 tablespoons) water when cooking for VEGETABLES 0.4kg 200-250g, add 45ml 3tablespoons) for 300-450 add 60-75ml(4-5tablespoons) for 500-600g. Stir after cooking. When cooking higher quantities stir once during 0.6kg cooking. 0.2kg Shield the tail of a whole fish with aluminium foil. Turn the fish over during FISH 0.4kg cooking. This progr amme is suitable for whole fishes as well as for fish fillet s. 0.6kg GRILL COOKING Small quantities and thin pieces can be browned in the grill function .and it is recommended to cook larger quantities and thicker pieces in the COMBINATION MICROWAVE & GRILL.The grill has three power levels.Select the power level most suitable for the kind of food to cooked. C-2 C-I G _ _2 1_ 1_ 2 GRILL 3 GRILL+ 3 MICROWAVE 3 GRILL+ 3 MICROWAVE Screen display in turn Example:Grill for 5 min on power level C-1 1.Press key twice Three times 3.Press key Start +30S weight Power level 2.Press keys in turn 1 0 type A-1 7 How to operate your microwave oven(Operating panel) P100 Instruction for use WEIGHT TABLE AUTO COOKING MENU EA-1770EG 2.Press key Screen display Start +30S Note:1.The power level is displayed in the percent. With each pressing of the key MicroPower the power level reduces from p100 to P80 to P70to P60to P50 to P40to P30 to P20then start again from P100. 2.After expiry of the cooking time (display 0.00) a buzzer rings five times. 3.The maximum cooking time is 60 min for EA-2080EG, the maximum cooking time is 30 min for EA-1770EG. Screen display Note: 1.The weight within one menu and one type of food is displayed stepwise. 2.The weight grades in the AUTO MENU serve as a reference to the automatic cooking time. 3.Take note of setting the correct type of food in the AUTO COOKING MENU.(See table following) 6 Screen display 2.Press keys in turn EA-2080EG Clock counts backwards Grill Combi 5 0 Screen display Once Twice 3.Press key Start +30S Screen display Clock counts backwards 7 Note: 1.The power level G C-1 and C-2 are displayed by pressing the key GRILL/COMBI once resp. Twice and three times. 2.After half of the cooking time set , a buzzer rings once as a reminder to turn the food over. Thus the food gets evenly browned. Five buzz rings sounds, when the cooking time has expired. 3.The only grill function is suitable for grilling of small pieces only. Larger quantities and thicker pieces should preferably be cooked in the combined function GRILL&MICROWAVE.