Kenmore 85139, 721.88519900, 721.88513900, 721.88512900, 72188512900 Owner's manual

Kenmore 85139, 721.88519900, 721.88513900, 721.88512900, 72188512900 Owner's manual
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Microwave Hood Combination
Use & Care Guide
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Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
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www.sears.com
Microwave Hood Combination
Warranty .............................. 2
Safety ........................................................................................
3
Overview ....................................................................................
5
How your Microwave Hood Combination works ...................... 5
Radio interference ...................................................................
5
Testing your microwave oven .................................................
5
Testing your dinnerware or cookware ..................................... 6
Operating safety precautions .................................................
6
Electrical connection ..............................................................
6
Microwave oven features .......................................................
7
Control panel features .......................................................
8~9
How to Use .............................................................................
10
Audible Signals .....................................................................
10
Clock .....................................................................................
10
Interrupting cooking ...............................................................
10
Child lock ...............................................................................
10
Timer .....................................................................................
10
Exhaust fan ...........................................................................
11
Cooktop light .........................................................................
11
Light timer .............................................................................
11
Add 30 sec ............................................................................
12
Timed cooking .......................................................................
12
Two - stage cooking ..............................................................
12
Microwave power bevels ........................................................
13
Turntable on / off ...................................................................
14
Option ....................................................................................
14
Favorite .................................................................................
14
Melt / Soften ..........................................................................
15
Auto defrost .....................................................................
16~19
Sensor operating instructions ................................................
20
Cook sensor guide ................................................................
20
Popcorn sensor ....................................................................
20
Cook sensor / Reheat sensor ...............................................
20
Cook sensor table / Reheat sensor table .............................. 21
Auto cook / Auto cook table ..................................................
22
Tips for convection cooking ...................................................
23
Convection ............................................................................
24
Convection baking guidelines ......................................... 25~26
Meat roasting guidelines for convection cooking .................. 27
Tips for combination cooking ................................................
28
Combination roast .................................................................
28
Speed cook / Speed cook chart ............................................
29
Combination roast cooking guide .......................................... 30
Combination bake cooking guide .......................................... 31
Heating / Reheating guide .....................................................
32
Fresh vegetable guide ...........................................................
33
Care and Cleaning .................................................................
34
Caring for the filters ...............................................................
35
Replacing the cooktop and oven lights ................................. 36
Cooking Tips .....................................................................
37~41
Questions and Answers ........................................................
42
Troubleshooting
...............................................................
43~44
Protection Agreements ..........................................................
45
Service ......................................................................
Back cover
In the space below, record the date of purchase, model,
and serial number of your product. You will find the model
and serial number printed on an identification plate located
inside the microwave door. Have these items of information
available whenever you contact Sears concerning your
product.
Model No.
Date of Purchase
Serial No.
Save these instructions
reference.
and your sales receipt for future
One-Year
Limited
Warranty
When installed, operated, and maintained according to all
instructions supplied with the product, if this appliance fails due
to a defect in material or workmanship within one year from the
date of purchase, call 1-800-4-MY-HOME ® to arrange for free
repair.
Five-Year Limited Warranty on the Magnetron
For five years from the date of purchase, if the magnetron in this
microwave oven fails due to a defect in material or workmanship,
Sears will replace the magnetron. Safety regulations require the
magnetron to be installed by Sears. After the first year, the
customer assumes any labor costs associated with magnetron
replacement.
If this appliance is used for other than private family purposes,
this warranty applies for only 90 days from the date of purchase.
This warranty covers only defects in material and
workmanship.
Sears will NOT pay for:
1. Expendable items that can wear out from normal use,
including but not limited to filters, belts, light bulbs, and bags.
2. A service technician to instruct the user in correct product
installation, operation, or maintenance.
3. A service technician to clean or maintain this product.
4. Damage to or failure of this product if it is not installed,
operated, or maintained according to all instructions supplied
with the product.
5. Damage to or failure of this product resulting from accident,
abuse, misuse, or use for other than its intended purpose.
6. Damage to or failure of this product caused by the use of
detergents, cleaners, chemicals, or utensils other than those
recommended in all instructions supplied with the product.
7. Damage to or failure of parts or systems resulting from
unauthorized modifications made to this product.
Disclaimer of implied warranties; limitation of remedies
Customer's sole and exclusive remedy under this limited
warranty shall be product repair as provided herein. Implied
warranties, including warranties of merchantability or fitness for
a particular purpose, are limited to one year or the shortest
period allowed by law. Sears shall not be liable for incidental or
consequential damages. Some states and provinces do not
allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, or limitations on the duration of implied warranties of
merchantability or fitness, so these exclusions or limitations may
not apply to you.
This warranty applies only while this appliance is used in the
United States and Canada.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also
have other rights which vary from state to state.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Dept. 817WA, Hoffman Estates,
IL 60179
Sears Canada Inc., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2B8
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orWARNING.
Thesewordsmean:
You will be killed or seriously injured if you do not follow these instructions.
You can be killed or seriously injured if you do not follow these instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce
the chance of injury, and tell you what can happen if the instructions are not followed.
To reduce the risk of burns, electrical shock, fire,
injury to persons, or exposure to excessive
microwave energy:
• To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity:
- Do not overcook food. Carefully attend to the
microwave oven when paper, plastic or other
combustible materials are placed inside the oven
to facilitate cooking.
- Remove wire twist-ties from paper or plastic bags
before placing bags in oven.
- If materials inside the oven ignite, keep oven door
closed, turn oven off, and disconnect the power cord,
or shut off power at the fuse or circuit breaker panel.
- Do not use the cavity for storage purposes. Do not
leave paper products, cooking utensils or food in the
cavity when not in use.
• Suitable for use above both gas and electric cooking
equipment.
• Intended to be used above ranges with maximum width
of 36 inches (91 cm).
• Clean Ventilating Hoods Frequently - Grease should not
be allowed to accumulate on hood or filter.
• Read all instructions before using the microwave oven.
• Read and follow the specific "PRECAUTIONS TO
AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
MICROWAVE ENERGY" found in this section.
• The microwave oven must be grounded. Connect only
to properly grounded outlet. See "GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS" found at the end of this section.
• Install or locate the microwave oven in accordance
the provided installation instructions.
with
• Some products such as whole eggs in the shell and
sealed containers - for example, closed glass jars are able to explode and should not be heated in the
microwave oven.
• Use the microwave oven only for its intended use as
described in this manual. Do not use corrosive
chemicals or vapors in the microwave oven. This type
of oven is specifically designed to heat, cook, or dry
food. It is not designed for industrial or laboratory use.
• When cooking foods under the hood, turn the fan on.
• Use care when cleaning the vent-hood filter. Corrosive
cleaning agents, such as lye-based oven cleaners, may
damage the filter.
• Oversized foods or oversized metal utensils should not
be inserted in the microwave oven as they may create a
fire or risk of electrical shock.
• As with any appliance, close supervision is necessary
when used by children.
• Do not operate the microwave oven if it has a damaged
cord or plug, if it is not working properly, or if it has
been damaged or dropped.
• Do not clean with metal scouring pads. Pieces can burn
off the pad and touch electrical parts involving a risk of
electrical shock.
• The microwave oven should be serviced only by
qualified service personnel. Call an authorized service
company for examination, repair or adjustment.
• See door surface cleaning instructions in the "Care and
Cleaning" section.
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• Do not store anything directly on top of the microwave
oven when the microwave oven is in operation.
• Do not cover or block any openings on the microwave
oven.
• Do not store this microwave oven outdoors. Do not use
the microwave oven near water, for example, near a
kitchen sink, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool
or similar location.
• Do not immerse cord or plug in water.
• Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
• Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter.
• Do not mount over a sink.
• Do not cover racks or any other part of the oven with
metal foil. This will cause overheating of the oven.
• 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 THE CONTAINER IS
DISTURBED OR 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
necks.
containers with narrow
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.
(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:
(b} Do not place any object between the oven front face
and the door or allow soil or cleaner residue to
accumulate on sealing surfaces.
(2) Hinges and latches (broken or loosened),
(1) Door (bent),
(3) Door seals and sealing surfaces.
(d) The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by
anyone except properly qualified service personnel.
ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENTS
Observe all governing codes and ordinances. A 120-Volt,
60-Hz, AC-only, 20-amp fused electrical supply is
required. (A time-delay fuse is recommended.) It is
recommended that a separate circuit serving only this
appliance be provided.
GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS
• For all cord connected appliances:
The microwave oven must be grounded. In the event of
an electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of
electrical shock by providing an escape wire for the
electric current. The microwave 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.
WARNING: Improper use of the grounding can result in
a risk of electrical shock.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3-prong
outlet. Do not remove ground
prong. Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these
instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
Consult a qualified electrician if the grounding
instructions are not completely understood, or if doubt
exists as to whether the microwave oven is properly
grounded.
(a) Do not use an extension cord. If the power supply
cord is too short, have a qualified electrician or
serviceman install an outlet near the appliance.
(b} A short power supply cord is provided to reduce
the risks resulting from becoming entangled in or
tripping over a longer cord.
• For a permanently connected appliance:
Contact a qualified electrician to install.
This section discusses the concepts behind microwave cooking. It also shows you the basics you need to know to operate your
microwave oven. Please read this information before you use your oven.
HOW YOUR
MICROWAVE
HOOD
COMBINATION
WORKS
Microwave energy is not hot. It causes food to make
its own heat, and it's this heat that cooks the food.
Microwaves are like TV waves, radio waves, or light waves.
You cannot see them, but you can see what they do.
Sensor Cooking
The Microwave System features Sensor Cooking
functions. A humidity sensor in the oven cavity detects
moisture and humidity emitted from food as it heats.
The sensor adjusts cooking times to various types and
amounts of food. Sensor cooking takes the guess work
out of microwave cooking.
A magnetron in the microwave oven produces
microwaves. The microwaves move into the oven
where they contact food as it turns on the turntable.
Magnetron
For the best cooking
• Always cook food for the shortest cooking time
recommended. Check to see how the food is cooking.
• Stir, turn over, or rearrange the food being cooked
about halfway through the cooking time for all recipes.
This will help make sure the food is evenly cooked.
• If you do not have a cover for a dish, use wax paper,
or microwave-approved paper towels or plastic wrap.
Remember to turn back a corner of the plastic wrap
to vent steam during cooking.
• Always remove the cooking rack from the oven when
the rack is not in use.
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Glass tray
The glass turntable of your microwave oven lets
microwaves pass through. Then they bounce off a metal
floor, back through the glass turntable, and are
absorbed by the food.
Microwaves pass through most glass, paper, and
plastics without heating them so food absorbs the
energy. Microwaves bounce off metal containers so
food does not absorb the energy.
RADIO INTERFERENCE
Using your microwave oven may cause interferenceto your
radio, TV, or similar equipment. When there is interference,
you can reduce it or remove it by:
• Moving the receiver away from the microwave oven.
• Plugging the microwave oven into a different outlet so
that the microwave oven and receiver are on different
branch circuits.
• Cleaning the door and sealing surfaces of the oven.
• Adjusting the receiving antenna of the radio or television.
TESTING
YOUR
MICROWAVE
OVEN
Cook at 100% power for 1 minute. When the time is up,
the water should be heated.
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TESTING
YOUR
DINNERWARE
OR COOKWARE
Test dinnerware or cookware before using. To test
a dish for safe use, put it into the oven with a cup of water
beside it. Cook at 100% cook power for one minute.
If the dish gets hot, do not use it. Some dishes
(melamine, some ceramic dinnerware, etc.) absorb
OPERATING
SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
• Never lean on the door or allow a child to swing on it
when the door is open.
• Use hot pads. Microwave energy does not heat
containers, but the heat from the food can make the
container hot.
• Do not use newspaper or other printed paper in the
oven.
• Do not dry flowers, fruit, herbs, wood, paper, gourds,
or clothes in the oven.
• Do not start a microwave oven when it is empty.
Product life may be shortened. If you practice
programming the oven, put a container of water in the
oven. It is normal for the oven door to look wavy after
the oven has been running for a while.
• Do not try to melt paraffin wax in the oven. Paraffin
wax will not melt in a microwave oven because it allows
microwaves to pass through it.
• Do not operate the microwave oven unless the glass
turntable is securely in place and can move freely. The
turntable can move in either direction. Make sure the
turntable is correct-side up in the oven. Handle your
turntable with care when removing it from the oven to
avoid possibly breaking it. If your turntable cracks or
breaks, contact your dealer for a replacement.
• When you use a browning dish, the browning dish
bottom must be at least 3/16 inch above the turntable.
Follow the directions supplied with the browning dish.
ELECTRICAL
microwave energy, becoming too hot to handle
and slowing cooking time. Cooking in metal containers
not designed for microwave use could damage the oven,
as could containers with hidden metal (twist-ties, foil lining,
staples, metallic glaze or trim).
CONNECTION
If your electric power line or outlet voltage is less
than 110 volts, cooking times may be longer. Have
a qualified electrician check your electrical system.
• Never cook or reheat a whole egg inside the shell.
Steam buildup in whole eggs may cause them to burst,
and possibly damage the oven. Slice hard-boiled eggs
before heating. In rare cases, poached eggs have been
known to explode. Cover poached eggs and allow a
standing time of one minute before cutting into them.
• For best results, stir any liquid several times during
heating or reheating. Liquids heated in certain
containers (especially containers shaped like cylinders)
may become overheated. The liquid may splash out
with a loud noise during or after heating or when
adding ingredients (coffee granules, tea bags, etc.).
This can harm the oven.
• Microwaves may not reach the center of a roast. The
heat spreads to the center, from the outside, cooked
areas just as in regular oven cooking. This is one of the
reasons for letting some foods (for example, roasts or
baked potatoes) stand for a while after cooking, or for
stirring some foods during the cooking time.
• Do not deep fry in the oven. Microwavable utensils
are not suitable and it is difficult to maintain appropriate
deep-frying temperatures.
• Do not overcook potatoes. At the end of the
recommended cooking time, potatoes should be
slightly firm because they will continue cooking during
standing time. After microwaving, let potatoes stand
for 5 minutes. They will finish cooking while standing.
MICROWAVE
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Your microwave oven is designed to make your cooking
experience as enjoyable and productive as possible. To
get you up and running quickly, the following is a list of the
oven's basic features:
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D. Cooking Guide Label
E. Vent Grille
F. Glass tray. The glass tray moves food as it cooks for
more even cooking. It must be in the oven during
operation for best cooking results.
A. Metal Shielded Window. The shield prevents
microwaves from escaping. It is designed as a screen
to allow you to view food as it cooks.
G. Cooktop
Light
H. Grease Filter. See "Caring for the filters" section.
B. Model and Serial Number Plate
I. Control Panel. Touch the pads on this panel to perform
all functions.
C. Charcoal Filter (behind Vent Grille)
1. Convection Rack
2. Metal Tray/Drip
3. Turntable
The turntable rotates in both direction to help food cook
more evenly. Do not operate the microwave oven without
the glass tray in place.
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4. Rotate Ring
To Install:
5. Shaft
1. Place the support on the oven cavity bottom.
2. Place the glass tray on the support.
Fit the raised, hollowed groove of the glass tray bottom
between the rollers of the hub. The rollers on the
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support should fit inside the glass tray bottom ridge.
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CONTROL
PANEL FEATURES
Your microwave oven control panel lets you select the desired cooking function quickly and easily. If Micro, Conv, Combi
pad is not selected, it automatically default to micro. All you have to do is touch the necessary Command Pad. The
following is a list of all the Command and Number Pads located on the control panel. For more information on these
features, see "How to use" section.
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A. DISPLAY. The Display includes a clock and indicators
to tell you time of day, cooking time settings and
cooking functions selected.
R. CLOCK. Touch this pad to enter the time of day.
S. TIMER. Touch this pad to set the kitchen timer.
T. TURNTABLE ON/OFF. Touch this pad to turn off the
turntable. OFF will appear in the display.
NOTE: This option is not available in cook sensor and
defrost modes.
B. POPCORN SENSOR. Touch this pad when popping
popcorn in your microwave oven. The oven's sensor
will tell the oven how long to cook depending on the
amount of humidity it detects from the popcorn.
U. LIGHT TIMER. Touch this pad to set the light timer.
C. COOK SENSOR. Touch this pad to cook baked potato,
frozen vegetable, fresh vegetable, canned vegetable,
frozen entree and rice. The oven's sensor will tell the
oven how long to cook depending on the amount of
humidity coming from the food.
V. START/ENTER. Touch this pad to start a function or
enter all entries. If you open the door after oven begins
to cook, touch START/ENTER again.
W. STOP/CLEAR. Touch this pad to stop the oven or to
clear all entries.
D. REHEAT SENSOR. Touch this pad to reheat
casserole, dinner plate, pizza slice and soup/sauce.
The oven's sensor will tell the oven how long to cook
depending on the amount of humidity coming from the
food.
X. VENT ON/OFF. Touch this pad to turn the fan on/off.
Y. VENT 5-SPEED. Touch this pad to choose one of 5 fan
speeds.
Z. LIGHT ON/OFF. Touch this pad to turn on the
cooktop/countertop light.
E. MICRO. Touch this pad when setting Microwave
cooking.
F. CONV. Touch this pad when setting Convection
cooking.
G. COMBI. Touch this pad when setting combination
cooking or preheat.
H. AUTO DEFROST. Touch this pad to select food type
and defrost food by weight.
I. AUTO COOK. Touch this pad to cook Bacon, Fresh Roll
& Muffin, Frozen Roll & Muffin, Beverage, Chicken
Pieces, Hot Cereal.
J. SPEED COOK. Touch this pad when setting weight
combination cooking.
K. SOFTEN. Touch this pad to soften Butter, Ice Cream,
Cream Cheese or Frozen Juice.
L. MELT. Touch this pad to melt Butter or Margarine,
Chocolate, Cheese or Marshmallow.
M. FAVORITE. Touch this pad to recall one cooking
instruction previously programmed into memory.
N. OPTION. Touch this pad to change the oven's default
settings for sound, clock, display speed and defrost
weight.
O. NUMBER. Touch number pads to enter cooking time,
power level, quantities, weights, or cooking
temperature.
P. POWER. Touch this pad to select a cooking power
level.
Q. ADD 30 SEC. Touch this pad to set and start quickly at
100% power level.
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AUDIBLE
INTERRUPTING
COOKING
You can stop the oven during a cycle by opening the door.
The oven stops heating and the fan stops, but the light
stays on. To restart cooking, close the door and Touch
START/ENTER.
SIGNALS
Audible signals are available to guide you when setting
and using your oven:
If you do not want to continue cooking, open the door
and touch STOP/Clear.
• A programming tone will sound each time you touch a
pad.
• Seven tones signal the end of a Kitchen Timer
countdown.
CHILD LOCK
• Four tones signal the end of a cooking cycle.
Use this safety feature to lock the control panel when
you are cleaning the oven, or so that children cannot
use the oven unsupervised.
CLOCK
To set CHILD LOCK:
When your microwave oven is first plugged in or after a
power failure, the Display will show " PLEASE SET
TIME OF DAY ". If a time of day is not set, " : "will show
on the Display until you touch "Clock"
Touch:
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You can set the LIGHT to automatically turn on and off at
specified times. The light comes on at the same time every
day until reset.
The bottom of the control panel controls the 5-speed
exhaust fan.
Example: To set Level 4.
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oven gets too hot, the exhaust fan in the vent hood will
automatically turn on at the 4-Speed setting to protect the
oven. It may stay on up to an hour to cool the oven. When this
occurs, the Exhaust Fan pad will not turn the fan off. You
cannot turn the exhaust fan off during microwave cooking.
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MICROWAVE
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For best results, some recipes call for different cook
powers. The lower the cook power, the slower the cooking.
Each number from 10 to 0 stands for a
It also tells you when to use each cook power. Follow
recipe or food package instructions if available.
different percentage of full cook power.
The following chart gives the percentage of cook power
each number pad stands for, and the cook power name
usually used.
NOTE: Refer to a reliable cookbook for cooking times
based on the 950 Watt cook power of your microwave
oven.
COOK POWER
LEVEL
100% of full power
High
WHEN TO USE IT
• Quick heating many convenience foods and foods with high water
content, such as soups and beverages.
• Cooking tender cuts of meat, ground meat.
9 = 90% of full power
• Heating cream soups
8 = 80% of full power
• Heating rice, pasta, or casseroles
7 = 70% of full power
Medium-High
• Cooking and heating foods that need a Cook Power lower than high
(for example, whole fish and meat loaf) or when food is cooking too
fast
• Reheating a single serving of food
6 = 60% of full power
5 = 50% of full power
• Cooking requiring special care, such as cheese and egg dishes,
pudding, and custards
• Finishing cooking casseroles
Medium
4 = 40% of full power
3 = 30% of full power
• Melting chocolate
• Heating pastries
Medium-Low, Defrost
2 = 20% of full power
1 = 10% of full power
0 = 0% of full power
• Cooking ham, whole poultry, and pot roasts
• Simmering stews
• Manually defrosting
precooked foods
foods, such as bread, fish, meats, poultry, and
• Softening butter, cheese, and ice cream
Low
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• Taking chill out of fruit
None
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No.
Function
No.
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1
2
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MELT
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The oven uses low power to melt foods (butter or
margarine, chocolate, marshmallows, or processed
cheese food). See the following table.
The oven uses low power to soften foods (butter, ice
cream, cream cheese, and frozen juice). See the
following table.
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AMOUNT
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use in recipe.
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4 or 8
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3 or 8
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4
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15
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water.
6, 12 or
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AUTO DEFROST
OPERATING
TIPS
Three defrost sequences are preset in the oven.
The auto defrost feature provides you with the best
defrosting method for frozen foods. The Auto Defrost Table
will show you which defrost sequence is recommended for
the food you are defrosting.
For added convenience, the Auto Defrost includes a built-in
beep mechanism that reminds you to check, turn over,
separate, or rearrange to get best defrost results. Three
different defrost settings are provided.
1 MEAT
2 POULTRY
3 FISH
4 BREAD
• 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.
• For more defrost help, please read "Defrosting Tips"
following the Auto Defrost Table.
5 RAPID - only 1 lb.
This table shows you food type selections and the weights
you can set for each type. For best results, loosen or
remove covering on food.
*You can set Auto Defrost from 0.1 to 6.0 pounds in each
setting.
Example: To defrost 1.2 Ibs of ground beef.
FOOD
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WEIGHTS YOU CAN SET
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(tenths of a pound)
Meat
1
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Poultry
2
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You are probably used to food weights as being in pounds
and ounces that are fractions of a pound (for example, 4
ounces equals 1/4 pound). However, in order to enter food
weight in Auto Defrost, you must specify pounds and tenths
of a pound.
If the weight on the food package is in fractions of a pound,
you can use the following table to convert the weight to
decimals.
Equivalent
NOTE:
When you touch the START/ENTER pad, the display
changes to defrost time count down. The oven will beep
during the DEFROST cycle. At this time, 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/ENTER to resume the defrost cycle.
OUNCES
16
Weight
DECIMAL WEIGHT
1.6
.10
3.2
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4.8
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6.4
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11.2
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12.8
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One Pound
AUTO DEFROST
TABLE
Meat setting
FOOD
SETTING
AT BEEP
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
BEEF
Large, irregular shaped and fatty cuts of meat
should have the narrow or fatty areas shielded
with foil at the beginning of a defrost sequence.
Ground Beef,
Bulk
MEAT
Remove thawed portions with fork.
Turn over. Return remainder to oven.
Do not defrost less than 1/4lb.
Ground Beef,
Patties
MEAT
Separate and rearrange.
Do not defrost less than 2 oz. patties.
Depress center when freezing.
Round Steak
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Tenderloin
Steak
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Stew Beef
MEAT
Remove thawed portions with fork.
Separate remainder.
Return remainder to oven.
Place in a microwavable baking dish.
Pot Roast,
Chuck Roast
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Rib Roast
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Rolled Rump
Roast
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
MEAT
Remove thawed portions with fork.
Return remainder to oven.
Place in a microwavable baking dish.
MEAT
Separate and rearrange.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Chops
(1/2inch thick)
MEAT
Separate and rearrange.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Hot Dogs
MEAT
Separate and rearrange.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Spareribs
Country-style
Ribs
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Sausage, Links
MEAT
Separate and rearrange.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Sausage, Bulk
MEAT
Remove thawed portions with fork.
Turn over. Return remainder to oven.
Place in a microwavable baking dish.
Loin Roast,
Boneless
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
LAMB
Cubes for Stew
Chops
(1 inch thick)
Freeze in doughnut shape.
PORK
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AUTO DEFROST
TABLE (CONT.)
Poultry setting
FOOD
SETTING
AT BEEP
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
CHICKEN
Whole
POULTRY
(up to 6 Ibs)
Turn over (finish defrosting breastside down). Cover warm areas
with aluminum foil.
Place chicken breast-side up on a microwavable roast
rack. Finish defrosting by immersing in cold water.
Remove giblets when chicken is partially defrosted.
Cut-up
Separate pieces and rearrange.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Finish defrosting by immersing in cold water.
CORNISH
HENS
Whole
POULTRY
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Finish defrosting by immersing in cold water.
TURKEY
Breast
POULTRY
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place on a microwavable roasting rack.
Finish defrosting by immersing in cold water.
SETTING
AT BEEP
(up to 6 Ibs)
Fish setting
FOOD
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
FISH
Fillets
FISH
Turn over. Separate fillets when
partially thawed if possible.
Place in a microwavable baking dish.
Carefully separate fillets under cold water.
Steaks
FISH
Separate and rearrange.
Place in a microwavable baking dish.
Run cold water over to finish defrosting.
Whole
FISH
Turn over.
Place in a microwavable baking dish. Cover head and
tail with foil; do not let foil touch sides of microwave.
Finish defrosting by immersing in cold water.
Crabmeat
FISH
Break apart. Turn over.
Place in a microwavable baking dish.
Lobster tails
FISH
Turn over and rearrange.
Place in a microwavable baking dish.
Shrimp
FISH
Separate and rearrange.
Place in a microwavable baking dish.
Scallops
FISH
Separate and rearrange.
Place in a microwavable baking dish.
SHELLFISH
18
Bread setting
FOOD
Bagel
Dinner Roll
SETTING
BREAD
AT BEEP
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
Turn over and rearrange.
Place on 3 sheets of paper towel.
Muffin
Hamburger
Hot Dog
Bun
Slices of
Bread
Loaf of
Bread
DEFROSTING
TIPS
• When using Auto Defrost, the weight to be entered is
the net weight in pounds and tenths of pounds (the
weight of the food minus the container).
• The length of defrosting time varies according to how
solidly the food is frozen.
• The shape of the package affects how quickly food will
defrost. Shallow packages will defrost more quickly than
a deep block.
• Before starting, make sure you have removed any of
the metal twist-ties which often come with frozen food
bags, and replace them with strings or elastic bands.
• As food begins to defrost, separate the pieces.
Separated pieces defrost more easily.
• Open containers such as cartons before they are
placed in the oven.
• Use small pieces of aluminum foil to shield parts of
food such as chicken wings, leg tips, fish tails, or areas
that start to get warm. Make sure the foil does not touch
the sides, top, or bottom of the oven. The foil can
damage the oven lining.
• Always slit or pierce plastic pouches or packaging.
• If food is foil wrapped,
suitable container.
remove foil and place it in a
• Slit the skins, if any, of frozen food such as sausage.
• For better results, let food stand after defrosting.
(For more information on standing time, see the
"Microwave Cooking Tips" section.)
• Bend plastic pouches of food to ensure even defrosting.
• Always underestimate
defrosting time. If defrosted
food is still icy in the center, return it to the microwave
oven for more defrosting.
• Turn over food during defrosting or standing time.
Break apart and remove food as required.
19
SENSOR
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
POPCORN
SENSOR
Popcorn lets you pop popcorn without needing to program
times and power.
Sensor Cook allows you to cook most of your favorite
foods without selecting cooking times and power levels.
The display will indicate Sensing during the initial sensing
period. The oven automatically determines required
cooking time for each food item. When the internal sensor
detects a certain amount of humidity coming from the
food, it will tell the oven how much longer to heat. The
display will show the remaining heating time. For best
results for cooking by Sensor, follow these
recommendations.
Example : To pop popcorn.
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When the cook time is over, you will hear four beeps and
COOK END will display.
1. Food cooked with the sensor system should be at
normal storage temperature.
2. Glass Tray (TURNTABLE) and outside of container
should be dry to assure best cooking results.
COOK SENSOR
3. Foods should always be covered with microwavable
plastic wrap, waxed paper, or a lid.
4. Do not open the door or touch the STOP/CLEAR key
during the sensing time. When sensing time is over, the
oven beeps and the remaining cooking time will appear
in the display window.
At this time you can open the door to stir, turn, or
rearrange the food.
Using COOK SENSOR lets you heat common microwaveprepared foods without needing to program times and Cook
Powers. COOK SENSOR has preset Cook Power for 6 food
categories.
Example: To cook rice.
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When the cook time is over, you will hear four beeps and
COOK END will display.
1. Always use microwavable containers and cover them
with lids or plastic wrap.
2. Never use tight-sealing plastic covers. They can
prevent steam from escaping and cause food to
overcook.
3. Match the amount to the size of the container.
Fill containers at least half full for best results.
REHEAT
SENSOR
Using REHEAT SENSOR lets you reheat common microwaveprepared foods without selecting cooking times and power
levels.
4. Be sure the outside of the cooking container and the
inside of the microwave oven are dry before placing
food in the oven. Beads of moisture turning into steam
can mislead the sensor.
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NUMBER
1
2
DIRECTION
AMOUNT
Baked
Potato
Pierce each potato with a fork and place the oven tray around
the edge, at least one inch apart.
After cooking, allow to stand for 5 minutes.
1~4 medium
(approx. 8 to 10 oz. each)
Frozen
Remove from package, rinse off frost under running water.
Place in an appropriately sized microwave container. Add
amount of water according to the quantity (1~2 cups : 2
tablespoons, 3~4 cups : 4 tablespoons).
Cover with plastic wrap and vent. After cooking, stir and allow
to stand for 3 minutes.
1~4 cups
Fresh
Vegetable
Prepare as desired, wash, and leave residual water on the
vegetables. Place in an appropriately sized microwave
container. Add amount of water according to the quantity (1 ~2
cups : 2 tablespoons, 3~4 cups : 4 tablespoons).
Cover with plastic wrap and vent. After cooking, stir and allow
to stand for 3 minutes.
1~4 cups
Canned
Vegetable
Remove from the outer display can. Place in an appropriately
sized microwave container, cover with plastic wrap, and vent.
After cooking, stir and allow to stand for 3 minutes.
1~4 cups
Remove from outer display package. Slit cover. If not in
microwave-safe container, place on a plate.
Cover with plastic wrap and vent the plastic film by piercing
with a fork (3 times). After cooking, allow to stand for 3 minutes.
10 to 21 oz.
Place rice and twice as much liquid (water, chicken or
vegetable stock) in a 2 quart microwave dish.
Cover with plastic wrap and vent. After cooking, allow to stand
for 10 minutes. Stir for fluffier rice.
1/2-2 cups
Use medium or long grain
rice. Cook instant rice
Vegetable
Frozen
Entree
Rice
REHEAT SENSOR
according to directions on
the package.
TABLE
TOUCH PAD
NUMBER
CATEGORY
DIRECTION
AMOUNT
1
Dinner Plate
Place on a low plate. Cover with vented plastic wrap.
Let stand 3 minutes after cooking.
1 to 2 servings
2
Soup/Sauce
Place in shallow microwavable casserole.
Cover with vented plastic wrap.
After cooking, Stir and let stand 3 minutes.
1~4 cups
3
Casserole
Place in a microwavable bowl or casserole.
Cover with vented plastic wrap.
After cooking, Stir and let stand 3 minutes.
1~4 cups
4
Pizza Slice
This is reheat function for a leftover pizza.
Place on paper towel on a microwave safe plate.
1~4 slices
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Auto Cook provides 6 preset categories for cooking,
Example: To cook beverage 2 cups.
Example: To cook bacon 2 slices.
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Place bacon strips on a microwave bacon rack for best results.
(Use dinner plate lined with paper towels if rack is not available)
2~6 slices
2
Fresh
Roll/Muffin
Remove from display package and place on plate.
(If muffins are over 3 oz. each, count as two when entering
quantity.)
1~6 pieces
(2-3 oz. each)
3
Frozen
Roll/Muffin
Remove from display package and place on plate.
(If muffins are over 3 oz. each, count as two when entering
quantity.)
1~6 pieces
(2-3 oz. each)
4
Beverage
Use a wide-mouth mug. Do not cover.
Remove from display package and place on a 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
Chicken
Pieces
Place the chicken pieces in an appropriately sized microwavable
container, cover with plastic wrap, and vent.
0.5 ~ 2 Ibs.
Hot cereal
Prepare as directed on package and cook.
Stir well before eating.
Use only instant hot cereal.
1~6 servings
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TIPS FOR CONVECTION
COOKING
This section gives you cooking instructions and
procedures for operating each convection function.
Please read these instructions carefully.
Convection cooking circulates hot air through the oven
cavity with a fan. The constantly moving air surrounds the
food to heat the outer portion quickly, creating even
browning and sealed-in flavor by the constant motion of
hot air over the food surfaces. Your oven uses convection
cooking whenever you use the Convection Button. DO
NOT USE THE OVEN WITHOUT THE TURNTABLE IN
PLACE.
7. When baking cakes, cookies, breads, rolls, or other
baked foods, most recipes call for preheating. Preheat
the empty oven just as you do a regular oven. You can
start heavier dense foods such as meats, casseroles,
and poultry without preheating.
8. All heatproof cookware or metal utensils can be used
in convection cooking.
9. As in conventional cooking, the distance of the food
from the heat source affects cooking results. Refer to
the charts in this Use and Care Guide.
10. Use metal utensils only for convection cooking.
Never use for microwave or combination cooking since
arcing and damage to the oven may occur.
1. Always use the metal rack on the turntable when
convection cooking.
11. After preheating, if you do not open the door, the
oven will automatically hold at the preheated
temperature for 30 minutes.
2. Do not cover turntable or metal rack with aluminum
foil. It interferes with the flow of air that cooks the food.
3. Round pizza pans are excellent cooking utensils for
many convection-only items.
Choose pans that do not have extended handles.
PRECAUTIONS
• The oven cavity, door, turntable, roller rest, metal tray,
metal rack, and cooking utensils will become very hot.
USE THICK OVEN GLOVES when removing the food,
cooking utensils, metal rack, metal tray, and turntable
from the oven after convection cooking.
4. Use convection cooking for items like souffles,
breads, cookies, angel food cakes, pizza, and for some
meat and fish cooking.
5. Your oven comes equipped with metal tray which can
be used for cooking in convection mode or combination
mode.
• Do not use lightweight plastic containers, plastic wraps,
or paper products during any convection cycle.
6. You do not need to use any special techniques to
adapt your favorite oven recipes to convection cooking;
however, you need to lower oven temperature by 25°F
from recommended temperature mentioned in package
instructions when cooking packaged food in convection
mode.
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CONVECTION
Example: To set the convection cooking at 375°F for 30
minutes without preheating.
During convection cooking, a heating element is used to
raise the temperature of the air inside the oven.
Convection cooking temperature ranges from 100°F to
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hold that temperature for 30 minutes.
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is opened; however, this should not prevent food from
being fully cooked during normal cooking time.
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CONVECTION
BAKING
GUIDELINES
1. Always use the metal rack when convection baking.
Place food directly on rack or place in metal tray and
then place tray on rack. (See page 15.)
2. Aluminum pans conduct heat quickly. For most
convection baking, light, shiny finishes give best results
because they prevent overbrowning in the time it takes to
cook the center areas. Pans with dull (satin-finish)
bottoms are recommended for cake pans and pie pans
for best bottom browning.
Food
Breads
Cakes
Oven Temp.
Fruits,
Other
Desserts
Time, Min.
Comments
Refrigerated Biscuits
Corn Bread
375°F
11 to14
350°F
35 to 40
Muffins
425OF
18 to 22
Remove from pans immediately and cool
slightly on wire rack.
Popovers
325°F
45 to 55
Nut Bread or Fruit
Bread
325°F
60 to 70
Pierce each popover with a fork after
removing from oven to allow steam to
escape.
Interiors will be moist and tender.
Yeast Bread
375°F
16 to 23
Plain or Sweet Rolls
350°F
13 to 16
Lightly grease baking sheet.
Devil's Food
350°F
35 to 40
Place cake pan on rack.
Fudge brownies
Coffee Cake
350°F
26 to 30
Bake 2 layers of brownies at a time.
325°F
30 to 35
Cup Cakes
325°F
20 to 25
Fruit Cake (loaf)
275OF
90 to 100
Gingerbread
300°F
25 to 30
Butter Cakes, Cake
Mixes
325°F
35 to 45
9x13a
Cookies
3. Dark or non-shiny finishes, glass, and pyroceram absorb
heat which may result in dry, crisp crusts.
4. Preheating the oven is recommended when baking foods
by convection.
5. To prevent uneven heating and save energy, open the
oven door to check food as little as possible.
Allow additional time for large biscuits.
Interior will be moist and tender.
325°F
35 to 45
Turn end for end half way through baking.
Tube Cake
325°F
30 to 40
Grease and flour pan.
Pound Cake
325°F
45 to 55
Cool in pan 10 minutes before inverting on
wire rack.
Chocolate Chip
350°F
11 to14
Place metal tray on rack. Allow extra time for
frozen cookie dough.
Sugar
350°F
11 to14
Baked Apples or Pears
350°F
35 to 40
Place metal tray on rack.
Bake in cookware with shallow sides.
Bread Pudding
300°F
35 to 40
Pudding is done when knife inserted near
center comes out clean.
Cream Puffs
400°F
30 to 35
Puncture puffs twice with toothpick to release
steam after 25 minutes of baking time.
Meringue Shells
300°F
30 to 35
When done, turn oven off and let shells stand
in oven 1 hour to dry.
Notes:
• The oven temperature indicated in the chart above is recommended over the package instruction temperature.
• The baking time in the chart above is only a guideline for your reference. You need to adjust time according to the food
condition or your preference. Check doneness at the minimum time.
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CONVECTION
BAKING
GUIDELINES
Food
Pies,
Pastries
Casseroles
Convenience
Foods
Main Dishes
Vegetables
(CONT'D)
Oven Temp.
Time, Min.
Comments
Frozen Pie
400°F
50 to 60
Meringue-Topped
Two-Crust
450°F
9to 11
Follow package directions for preparation.
400°F
50 to 55
Follow package directions for preparation.
Quiche
350°F
30 to 35
Let stand 5 minutes before cutting.
Pastry Shell
400°F
10 to 16
Pierce pastry with fork to prevent shrinkage.
Meat, Chicken, Seafood
Combinations
350°F
20 to 40
Cook times vary with casserole size and
ingredients.
Pasta
350°F
25 to 45
Cook times vary with casserole size and
ingredients.
Potatoes, scalloped
350°F
55 to 60
Let stand 5 minutes before serving.
Vegetable
350°F
25 to 35
Cook times vary with casserole size and
ingredients.
Frozen Bread Dough
Frozen Entree
350°F
30 to 35
Follow package directions for preparation.
325°F
70 to 80
Follow package directions for preparation.
Frozen Pizza Rising
Crust
400°F
25 to 35
Follow package directions for preparation.
Pizza should not extend over the rack.
Frozen Pizza
400°F
17 to 21
Follow package directions for preparation.
Pizza should not extend over the rack.
French Fries Crinkle Cut
450°F
15 to 19
Follow package directions for preparation.
Frozen Waffle
400°F
5to7
Follow package directions for preparation.
Frozen Cheese Sticks
450°F
6to8
Follow package directions for preparation.
Frozen Turnovers
450°F
18 to 22
Follow package directions for preparation.
Meat Loaf
400°F
30 to 40
Let stand 5 minutes after cooking.
Oven-Baked Stew
325°F
80 to 90
Brown meat before combining with liquid and
vegetables.
Swiss Steak
350°F
60 to 70
Let stand 2 minutes after cooking.
Stuffed Peppers
350°F
40 to 45
Use green, red, or yellow peppers.
Acorn Squash Halves
375°F
55 to 60
Pierce skin several places. Add 1/2cup water
to dish. Turn squash halves cut side up after
30 minutes of cook time and cover.
Baked Potatoes
425OF
50 to 60
Pierce skin with fork before baking.
Twice-Baked Potatoes
400°F
25 to 30
Pierce skin with fork before baking.
Place metal tray on rack and place in cold
oven. Preheat oven, tray and rack to 400°F.
When preheated, place frozen pie on metal
tray and bake according to package time or
until crust is browned and filling is hot.
Notes:
• The oven temperature indicated in the chart above is recommended over the package instruction temperature.
• The baking time in the chart above is only a guideline for your reference. You need to adjust time according to the food
condition or your preference. Check doneness at the minimum time.
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MEAT ROASTING
GUIDELINES
FOR CONVECTION
Food
Beef
Ham
Lamb
Pork
Poultry
Seafood
COOKING
Oven Temp.
Time, Min. / lb.
Ribs (2 to 4 Ibs.)
Rare
Medium
Well
300°F
300°F
300°F
45 to 50
50 to 55
55 to 60
Boneless Ribs, Top Sirloin
Rare
Medium
Well
300°F
300°F
300°F
53 to 58
58 to 63
63 to 68
Beef Tenderloin
Rare
Medium
300°F
300°F
28 to 32
32 to 36
Pot Roast (21/2 to 3 Ibs.)
Chuck, Rump
300°F
83 to 88
Meat Loaf (2 Ibs.)
400°F
65 to 75
Canned (3-lb. fully cooked)
325°F
20 to 25
Butt (5-lb. fully cooked)
325°F
20 to 25
Shank (5-lb. fully cooked)
325°F
17 to 20
Bone-in (2 to 4 Ibs.)
Medium
Well
300°F
300°F
42 to 47
47 to 52
Boneless (2 to 4 Ibs.)
Medium
Well
300°F
300°F
50 to 55
55 to 60
Bone-in (2 to 4 Ibs.)
300°F
48 to 52
Boneless (2 to 4 Ibs.)
300°F
56 to 61
Pork Chops (1/2 to 1-inch thick)
2 chops
4 chops
6 chops
325°F
325°F
325°F
42 to 45
45 to 48
48 to 55
Whole Chicken (21/2 to 31/2 Ibs.)
375°F
25 to 35
Chicken Pieces (21/2 to 31/2 Ibs.)
425°F
10 to 12
Duckling (4 to 5 Ibs.)
375°F
19 to 21
Turkey Breast (4 to 6 Ibs.)
325°F
21 to 25
Fish, whole (3 to 5 Ibs.)
400°F
13 to 18
Lobster Tails (6 to 8-oz. each)
350°F
12 to 17
Note:
• The roasting time in the chart above is only a guideline for your reference. You need to adjust time according to the food
condition or your preference. Check doneness at the minimum time.
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TIPS FOR COMBINATION
COOKING
COMBINATION
ROAST
Example: To roast with combination
minutes at 400°F.
This section gives you instructions to operate each
combination cooking function. Please read these
instructions carefully. Sometimes combination
microwave-convection cooking is suggested to get the
best cooking results since it shortens the cooking time
for foods that normally need a long time to cook. This
cooking process also leaves meats juicy on the inside
and crispy on the outside. In combination cooking, the
convection heat and microwave energy alternate
automatically. Your oven has three preprogrammed
settings that make it easy to use combination cooking.
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may cause arcing when it comes in contact with the
oven walls or metal accessory racks. Arcing is a
discharge of electricity that occurs when microwaves
come in contact with metal.
• The temperature range has 9 steps from 250°F to 450°F.
• During combination cooking, the exhaust fan in the vent
hood will automatically turn on at the 1-speed setting to
protect the oven.
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and place a heat resistant dish between the pan
and the metal rack.
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your oven. It has rubber feet that helps prevent
arcing.
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use them for combination cooking.
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CATEGORY
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TEMPERATURE
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Convection
375°F
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Combination
BAKE
Convection
325°F
SPEED
COOK
This oven can cook food without entering cooking time or
power level on combination mode. SPEED COOK has 4
food categories.
See the SPEED COOK CHART on this page for the
settings available.
For best results, place food on the rack. When cooking
meats, use the metal tray/drip pan to catch drippings.
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Thoroughly wash inside and outside of chicken with cold water.
Pat chicken dry with paper towels, secure the legs with kitchen
twine. Brush outside of chicken with melted butter or margarine.
Place chicken breast side down on metal rack on metal tray. After
cooking, loosely tent chicken with aluminum foil. Let stand for 10
minutes after cooking.
2.0 - 4.0 Ibs
Roast Pork
Pat dry with paper towels. Place roast on metal rack on metal tray.
After cooking, loosely tent roast with aluminum foil and let stand 5
to 10 minute.
2.0 - 4.0 Ibs
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Lasagna
Remove from outer package. Remove film cover. If lasagna is not
in a ovenproof container, place it on a ovenproof dish. Place on
metal rack on metal tray. Let stand for 5 minutes after cooking.
10 or 21 oz.
4
Baked Potato
Pierce each potato several times with a fork and place on metal
rack on metal tray.
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COMBINATION
ROAST
COOKING
GUIDE
Food
Beef
Oven Temp.
Turn over after half of cooking time.
Ribs (2 to 4 Ibs.)
Rare
Medium
Well
375°F
375°F
375°F
9to 13
11 to 15
13 to 17
Boneless Ribs, Top Sirloin
Rare
Medium
Well
375°F
375°F
375°F
9to 13
11 to 15
13 to 17
Beef Tenderloin
Rare
Medium
375°F
375°F
16 to 18
18 to 20
300°F
18 to 20
Canned (3-lb. fully cooked)
300°F
15 to 18
Butt (5-lb. fully cooked)
300°F
15 to 18
Shank (5-lb. fully cooked)
300°F
15 to 18
Bone-in (2 to 4 Ibs.)
Medium
Well
300°F
300°F
13 to 18
18 to 23
Boneless (2 to 4 Ibs.)
Medium
Well
300°F
300°F
14 to 19
19 to 24
Bone-in (2 to 4 Ibs.)
300°F
17 to 20
Boneless (2 to 4 Ibs.)
300°F
19 to 22
Pork Chops
2 chops
4 chops
6 chops
350°F
305°F
305°F
10 to 13
13 to 16
16 to 19
Whole Chicken (21/2 to 6 Ibs.)
375°F
Chicken Pieces (21/2 to 6 Ibs.)
375°F
15 to 17
15 to 18
Cornish Hens (untied)
Unstuffed
Stuffed
425°F
375°F
15 to 18
22 to 25
Duckling
375°F
15 to 18
Turkey Breast (4 to 6 Ibs.)
Fish
1-lb. fillets
300°F
11 to 15
350°F
7to 10
Lobster Tails (6 to 8-oz. each)
350°F
10 to 15
Shrimp (1 to 2 Ibs.)
350°F
9to 14
Scallops (1 to 2 Ibs.)
350°F
8to 13
Chuck, Rump or Pot Roast (21/2 to 3 Ibs.)
(Use cooking bag for best results.)
Ham
Lamb
Pork
Poultry
Seafood
Time, Min. / lb.
Turn over after half of cooking
Turn over after half of cooking
Turn over after half of cooking
(3/4
time.
time.
time.
to 1-inch thick)
Turn over after half of cooking
time.
Note:
• The roasting time in the chart above is only a guideline for your reference. You need to adjust time according to the food
condition or your preference. Check doneness at the minimum time.
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COMBINATION
BAKE COOKING
Food
GUIDE
Oven Temp.
Time, Min.
Comments
Pies,
Pastries
Quiche
425°F
15 to 17
Let stand 5 minutes before cutting.
Convenience
Foods
Frozen Entree
375°F
39 to 43
Follow package directions for preparation.
Frozen Pizza
450°F
4to 6
Follow package directions for preparation.
Rolls, Egg Rolls
Pizza
450°F
23 to 26
Baked Potatoes
450°F
36 to 40
Vegetables
Follow package directions for preparation.
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Pierce skin with a fork before baking.
Place on rack.
HEATING
/ REHEATING
GUIDE
To heat or reheat successfully in a microwave oven, it is important to follow several guidelines. Measure the amount of
food in order to determine the time needed to reheat. Arrange the food in a circular pattern for best results. Room
temperature food will heat faster than refrigerated food. Canned foods should be taken out of the can and placed in a
microwave-safe container. The food will heat more evenly if covered with a microwave-safe lid or vented plastic wrap.
Remove cover carefully to prevent steam burns. Use the following chart as a guide for reheating cooked food.
ITEMS
Sliced meat
3 slices (1/4 -inch thick)
Chicken pieces
1 breast
1 leg and thigh
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
COOK TIME (AT HIGH)
1-2 minutes
2-31/2 minutes
11/2-3 minutes
Place sliced meat on microwavable plate.
Cover with plastic wrap and vent.
Note:Gravy or sauce helps to keep meat juicy.
Place chicken pieces on microwavable plate.Cover with
plastic wrap and vent.
Fish fillet
(6-8 oz.)
2-4 minutes
Place fish on microwavable
and vent.
Lasagna
1 serving (101/2 oz.)
4-6 minutes
Place lasagna on microwavable plate.Cover with plastic
wrap and vent.
Casserole
1 cup
4 cups
Casserole - cream or
cheese
1 cup
4 cups
Sloppy Joe or
Barbecued Beef
1 sandwich (1/2 cup
meat filling)without bun
Mashed potatoes
1 cup
4 cups
Baked beans
1 cup
1-31/2 minutes
5-8 minutes
COOK covered in microwavable casserole.Stir once halfway
through cooking.
COOK covered in microwavable casserole.Stir once halfway
through cooking.
11/2-3 minutes
31/2-51/2 minutes
1-21/2 minutes
Reheat filling and bun separately.
Cook filling covered in microwavable casserole.
Stir once.
Heat bun as directed in chart below.
1-3 minutes
5-8 minutes
11/2-3 minutes
Ravioli or pasta in sauce
1 cup
4 cups
21/2-4 minutes
71/2-11 minutes
Rice
1 cup
4 cups
11/2-31/2 minutes
4-61/2 minutes
Sandwich roll or bun
1 roll
plate.Cover with plastic wrap
COOK covered in microwavable casserole.Stir once halfway
through cooking.
COOK covered in microwavable casserole.Stir once halfway
through cooking.
COOK covered in microwavable casserole.Stir once halfway
through cooking.
COOK covered in microwavable casserole.Stir once halfway
through cooking.
Wrap in paper towel and place on glass microwavable rack
15-30 seconds
Vegetables
1 cup
4 cups
11/2-21/2 minutes
4-6 minutes
Soup
1 serving (8 oz.)
11/2-21/2 minutes
COOK covered in microwavable casserole.Stir once halfway
through cooking.
COOK covered in microwavable casserole.Stir once halfway
through cooking.
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FRESH VEGETABLE
GUIDE
AMOUNT
COOK TIME
AT HIGH
(MINUTE)
2 medium
4 medium
5-8
10-13
Asparagus,
Fresh, Spears
1 lb.
3-6
Beans, Green
&Wax
1 lb.
Beets,Fresh
VEGETABLE
Artichokes
(8 oz.each)
INSTRUCTIONS
STANDING
TIME
Trim.Add 2 tsp water and 2 tsp juice. Cover.
2-3 minutes
Add 1/2cup water. Cover.
2-3 minutes
7-11
Add 1/2cup water in 11/2 qt.casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
1 lb.
12-16
Add 1/2cup water in 11/2 qt.covered casserole.
Rearrange halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Broccoli,Fresh,S
pears
1 lb.
4-8
Place broccoli in baking dish. Add 1/2 cup water.
2-3 minutes
Cabbage,
Fresh, Chopped
1 lb.
4-7
Add 1/2cup water in 11/2 qt. covered casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Carrots, Fresh,
Sliced
2 cups
2-4
Add 1/4cup water in 1 qt. covered casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Cauliflower,
Fresh, Whole
1 lb.
7-11
Trim.Add 1/4 cup water in 1 qt. covered casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Flowerettes,
Fresh Celery,
Fresh, Sliced
2 cups
4 cups
21/2-41/2
6-8
Slice.Add 1/2 cup water in 11/2 qt. covered
casserole. Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Corn, Fresh
2 ears
5-9
Husk.Add 2 tbsp water in 11/2 qt.baking dish.
Cover.
2-3 minutes
Mushrooms,
Fresh, Sliced
1/2 lb.
2-31/2
Place mushrooms in 11/2 qt.covered casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
1 lb.
4-8
Add 1/2cup water in 11/2 qt.covered casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
4 cups
7-10
Add 1/2cup water in 11/2 qt.covered casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Sweet Potatoes
Whole Baking
(6-8 oz.each)
2 medium
4 medium
5-10
7-13
Pierce potatoes several times with fork.
Place on 2 paper towels.
Turn over halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
2-3 minutes
White Potatoes,
Whole Baking
(6-8 oz.each)
2 potatoes
4 potatoes
5-8
10-14
Pierce potatoes several times with fork.
Place on 2 paper towels.
Turn over halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
2-3 minutes
Spinach, Fresh,
Leaf
1 lb.
4-7
Add 1/2cup 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 8 x 8-inch baking dish. Cover.
2-3 minutes
Zucchini, Fresh,
Sliced
1 lb.
41/2-71/2
Add 1/2cup water in 11/2 qt.covered casserole.
Stir halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Zucchini, Fresh,
Whole
1 lb.
6-9
Pierce. Place on 2 paper towels. Turn over and
rearrange halfway through cooking.
2-3 minutes
Parsnips, Fresh,
Sliced
Peas, Green,
Fresh
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Tomakesureyourmicrowave
ovenlooksgoodandworkswellfora longtime,youshould
maintain
itproperly.
Forpropercare,pleasefollowtheseinstructions
carefully.
For interior surfaces: Wash often with warm, sudsy water
and a sponge or soft cloth. Use
only mild, nonabrasive soaps or
a mild detergent. Be sure to
keep the areas clean where
the door and oven frame
touch when closed. Wipe well
with clean cloth.
Over time, stains can occur on
the surfaces as the result of
food particles spattering during
cooking. This is normal.
To clean grass tray and rotating ring, wash in mild, sudsy
water; for heavily soiled areas
Metal Rack
use a mild cleanser and
tray and rotating ring are
scouring
sponge.
dishwasher
safe. The glass
Metal Tray
GlassTurntable
For stubborn soil, boil a cup of water in the oven for 2 to 3
minutes. Steam will soften the
soil. To get rid of odors inside
the oven, boil a cup of water
with some lemon juice or
vinegar in it.
Rotate Ring
For exterior surfaces and control panel: Use a soft cloth
with spray glass cleaner. Apply
the spray glass cleaner to the
soft cloth; do not spray directly
on the oven.
NOTE: Abrasive cleansers,
steel wool pads, gritty wash
cloths, some paper towels,
etc., can
damage the control panel and
the interior and exterior oven
surfaces.
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CARING
FOR
THE
FILTERS
The grease filters should be removed and cleaned often, at least once a month.
NOTE: If your microwave hood combination is installed to recirculate air, the chacoal filter (Part No.5230W1A003A) is available
from Sears by calling 1-800-4-MY-HOME ®. The charcoal filter cannot be cleaned and should be replaced every 6 to 12 months.
Grease
CHARCOAL
filters (Part No.2B72705B):
1. Unplug microwave oven or disconnect
power.
FILTER REPLACEMENT
If your oven is vented inside, the charcoal filter should be
replaced every 6 to 12 months, and more often if necessary.
The charcoal filter cannot be cleaned. To order a new charcoal
2. To remove grease filters, slide each filter to the side. Pull
filters downward and push to the other side. The filter will
drop out.
filter, contact the Parts Department
Service Center.
at your nearest Authorized
1. Disconnect power or unplug microwave oven.
2. Remove the two vent grille mounting screws. Slide vent
grille slightly to the left.
Vent Grille
3. Soak grease filters in hot water and a mild detergent. Scrub
and swish to remove embedded dirt and grease. Rinse
well and shake to dry. Do not clean filters with ammonia,
corrosive cleaning agents such as lye-based oven cleaners,
or place them in a dishwasher. The filters will turn black or
could be damaged.
__
3. Tip the grille forward; then lift out to remove.
4. Remove old filter.
5. Slide a new charcoal filter into place. The filter should rest
at the angle shown.
4. To replace grease filters, slide filter in the frame slot on one
side of the opening. Push filter upward and push to the other
side to lock into place.
6. Push the vent grille into place. Slide the grille to the right
until it snaps into place.
5. Plug in microwave oven or reconnect power.
7. Replace the mounting screws.
8. Reconnect
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power or plug in microwave oven.
REPLACING
THE COOKTOP
AND OVEN LIGHTS
Use a cloth or towel when replacing
- If you touch the halogen
The cooktop
the bulb.
bulb with your bare hands
it will reduce
light
the life of the bulb.
5. Remove bulb holder by pushing locking tab back slightly
1. Unplug microwave oven or disconnect
power,
to disengage tab from the bulb holder.
2. Remove the bulb cover mounting screws.
6. Lift up the bulb holder and slide out of the compartment.
3. Replace bulb.
4. Reinstall bulb cover with mounting screws.
5. Plug in microwave oven or reconnect
power.
The oven light
7. Replace the bulb.
1. Unplug microwave oven or disconnect
2. Remove the vent grille mounting
power.
8. Reinstall bulb holder. Slide bulb holder back into the
compartment
into place.
screws.
and press down firmly so locking tab snaps
3. Open the door. Tip the grille forward; then slide to the left and
9. Replace charcoal filter.
pull out.
10. Set the bottom of the grille in place, slide to the right, and
then snap the top in place. Replace the mounting screws.
4. Remove
charcoal
filter.
11. Plug in microwave oven or reconnect
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power.
Amount
of food
Releasing
pressure in foods
• If you increase or decrease the amount of food you
prepare, the time it takes to cook that food will also
change. For example, if you double a recipe, add a
little more than half the original cooking time. Check
for doneness and, if necessary, add more time in small
increments.
• Several foods (for example, baked potatoes, sausages,
egg yolks, and some fruits) are tightly covered by a skin
or membrane. Steam can build up under the membrane
during cooking, causing the food to burst. To relieve the
pressure and to prevent bursting, pierce these foods
before cooking with a fork, cocktail pick, or toothpick.
Starting
Using standing time
temperature
of food
• The lower the temperature
of the food being put into
the microwave oven, the longer it takes to cook. Food
at room temperature will be reheated more quickly than
food at refrigerator temperature.
Composition
• Always allow food to stand after cooking. Standing time
after defrosting and cooking allows the temperature to
evenly spread throughout the food, improving the cooking
results.
• The length of the standing time depends on how much
food you are cooking and how dense it is. Sometimes
it can be as short as the time it takes you to remove
the food from the oven and take it to the serving table.
However, with larger, denser food, the standing time may
be as long as 10 minutes.
of food
• Food with a lot of fat and sugar will be heated faster
than food containing a lot of water. Fat and sugar will
also reach a higher temperature than water in the cooking
process.
• The more dense the food, the longer it takes to heat.
"Very dense" food like meat takes longer to heat than
lighter, more porous food like sponge cakes.
Arranging
food
For best results, place food evenly on the plate. You can do
this in several ways:
Size and shape
• If you are cooking several items of the same food,
such as baked potatoes, place them in a ring pattern for
uniform cooking.
• Smaller pieces of food will cook faster than larger
pieces. Also, same-shaped
pieces cook more evenly than
different-shaped
pieces.
• When cooking foods of uneven shapes or thickness,
such as chicken breasts, place the smaller or thinner
area of the food towards the center of the dish where it
will be heated last.
• With foods that have different thicknesses,
the thinner
parts will cook faster than the thicker parts. Place the
thinner parts of chicken wings and legs in the center of
the dish.
• Layer thin slices of meat on top of each other.
Stirring, turning foods
• When you cook or reheat
this prevents cracking.
• Stirring and turning foods spreads heat quickly to the
center of the dish and avoids overcooking at the outer
edges of the food.
• Do not let food or a container touch the top or sides
of the oven. This will prevent possible arcing.
Covering food
Using aluminum
Metal containers
Cover food to:
• Reduce splattering
• Shorten cooking times
• Keep food moist
should
whole fish, score the skin -
foil
not be used in a microwave
oven.
There are, however, some exceptions.
If you have
purchased food which is prepackaged in an aluminum foil
container, refer to the instructions on the package. When
using aluminum foil containers, cooking times may be
longer because microwaves will only penetrate the top of
the food. If you use aluminum containers without package
instructions, follow these guidelines:
You can use any covering that lets microwaves pass
through. See How Your Microwave Hood Combination
Works on page 5 for materials that microwaves will pass
through. If you are using the Sensor function, be sure to
vent.
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Using aluminum
foil (cont.)
Removing the rack
• Place the container in a glass bowl and add some water
so that it covers the bottom of the container, not more
than 1/4-in. (.64-cm) high. This ensures even heating of
the container bottom.
• Always remove
the lid to avoid damage
• Use only undamaged
• Do not use containers
• Container
• When popping commercially
packaged popcorn, remove
the rack from the oven, Do not place the bag of
microwave popcorn on the rack or under the rack.
• In the case of popping microwave popcorn with the rack,
that can cause fire or damage to your microwave oven.
to the oven.
containers.
taller than 3/4 in. (1.9 cm).
must be at least half filled.
• To avoid arcing, there must be a minimum 1/4 in.
(.64 cm) between the aluminum container and the walls
of the oven and also between two aluminum containers.
• Always place the container
on the turntable.
• Shield with small pieces of aluminum foil the parts of
food that may cook quickly, such as wing tips and leg
ends of poultry.
• Heating food in aluminum foil containers usually takes
up to double the time compared to reheating in plastic,
glass, china, or paper containers.
The time when food is ready will vary depending upon
the type of container you use.
• Let food stand for 2 to 3 minutes after heating so that
heat is spread evenly throughout the container.
Cooking you should not do in your
microwave oven
• Do not do canning of foods in the oven. Closed glass
jars may explode, resulting in damage to the oven.
• Do not use the microwave oven to sterilize objects (baby
bottles, etc.). It is difficult to keep the oven at the high
temperature needed for sterilization.
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COOKING
COMPARISON
GUIDE
Cooking with your new oven offers a wide variety of food
preparation options: microwave cooking, convection
cooking, and combination cooking.
Combination cooking combines microwave energy with
convection to cook with speed and accuracy, while
browning and crisping to perfection.
Microwave cooking uses very short, high-frequency radio
waves. The movement of the microwaves through the food
generates heat and cooks most foods faster than regular
methods, while retaining their natural texture and moisture.
Microwave cooking heats food directly_ not the cookware
or the interior of the oven. Reheating is easy and
defrosting is particularly convenient because less time is
spent in food preparation.
You can use microwave cooking, convection cooking, or
combination cooking to cook by time. Simply preset the
length of cooking time desired and your oven turns off
automatically.
The following guide shows at a glance the difference
between microwave, convection, and combination cooking.
Convection cooking constantly circulates heated air
around the food, creating even browning and sealed-in
flavor by the constant motion of hot air over the food
surfaces.
MICROWAVE
CONVECTION
COMBINATION
COOKING
METHOD
Microwave energy is distributed
evenly throughout the oven for
fast, thorough cooking of food.
Hot air circulates around food to
produce browned exteriors and
sealed-in juices.
Microwave energy and
convection heat combine to
shorten the cooking time of
regular ovens, while browning
and sealing in juices.
HEAT
SOURCE
Microwave energy.
Circulating heated air.
Microwave energy and
circulating heated air.
BENEFITS
• Fast, high efficiency
cooking.
• Aids in browning and seals in
flavor.
• Shortened cooking time from
microwave energy.
• Oven and surroundings do not
get hot.
• Cooks some foods faster
than regular ovens.
• Browning and crisping
from convection heat.
• Easy clean-up.
Read this guide to learn the many different things your Microwave/Convection/Combination
Oven can do.
You will find a wide variety of cooking methods and programs designed to suit your lifestyle.
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COOKWARE
Microwave
GUIDE
Cooking
Combination
Most heat-resistant, non-metallic cookware is safe for use
in your microwave oven.
However, to test cookware before using, follow these steps:
1. Place the empty cookware in the microwave oven.
2. Measure 1 cup of water in a glass measuring cup and
place it in the oven beside the cookware.
3. Microwave on 100% power for 1 minute. If the dish is
warm, it should not be used for microwave cooking.
Convection
Cooking
• Glass or glass-ceramic baking containers are
recommended. Be sure not to use items with metal trim as
it may cause arcing (sparking) with oven wall or oven
shelf, damaging the cookware, the shelf or the oven.
• Heat-resistant plastic microwave cookware (safe to 450°F)
may be used, but is not recommended for foods that
require crusting or all-around browning, because plastic is
a poor conductor of heat.
Cooking
• Metal Pans are recommended for all types of baked
products, but especially where browning or crusting is
important.
• Dark or dull finish metal pans are best for breads and pies
because they absorb heat and produce a crisper crust.
• Shiny aluminum pans are better for cakes, cookies, or
muffins because these pans reflect heat and help produce
a light, tender crust.
• Glass or glass-ceramic casserole or baking dishes are
best suited for egg and cheese recipes due to the
cleanability of glass.
COOKWARE
MICROWAVE
CONVECTION
COMBINATION
Yes
Yes
Yes
Ceramics, China
Yes
(Do not use china
with gold or silver trim.)
Yes
Yes
Metal Cookware
No
Yes
No
Non Heat-Resistant Glass
No
No
No
Microwave-Safe Plastic
Yes
No
Yes*
Plastic Wrap, Wax Paper
Yes
No
No
Paper Products
Yes
No
No
Straw, Wicker, and Wood
Yes
No
No
Heat-Resistant Glass, Ceramic Glass
* Use only microwave cookware that is safe to 450°F
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HOW TO USE ACCESSORIES
Glass Turntable
Metal Rack
Metal Tray
O
: Possible to use
_)
: Recommended
X
:Donotuse
method
MICROWAVE
CONVECTION
COMBINATION
©
O
O
X
O
O
X
©
©
X
©
X
X
©
©
Notes :
• Do not operate the oven when it is empty except preheating.
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QUESTIONS
ANSWERS
Can I operate my microwave oven without the glass tray
or move the glass tray over to hold a large dish?
No. If you remove or move the glass tray, you will get poor
cooking results. Dishes used in your oven must fit on the
glass or guide tray.
Can I use either metal or aluminum
oven?
You can use aluminum foil for shielding (use small, flat
pieces), small skewers, and shallow foil trays (if tray is not
taller than 3/4-in. [1.9-cm] deep and is filled with food to
absorb microwave energy). Never allow metal to touch
walls or door.
pans in my microwave
Is it normal for the guide tray to move in either direction?
Yes. The guide tray moves from side to side, depending on
the rotation of the motor when the cooking cycle begins.
Why does the dish become hot when I microwave
I thought that this should not happen.
As the food becomes hot, it will conduct the heat to the
dish. Be prepared to use hot pads to remove food after
cooking.
What does "standing
food in it?
time" mean?
"Standing time" means that food should be removed from
the oven and covered for additional time to allow it to finish
cooking. This will allow the oven to be available for use.
Why does steam come out of the air exhaust vent?
Steam is normally produced during cooking. The
microwave oven has been designed to vent this steam out
of the vents.
Can I pop popcorn in my microwave oven?
How do I get the best results?
Yes. Pop packaged microwave popcorn following
manufacturer's
guidelines. Do not use regular paper bags.
Do not repop unpopped kernels. Do not pop popcorn in
glass cookware.
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Most cooking problems often are caused by little things you can find and fix without tools of any kind. Check the lists below
and on the next page before calling for assistance or service. If you still need help, call Sears Service at 1-800-4-MY-HOME ®.
MICROWAVE
OVEN DOES NOT WORK
PROBLEM
CAUSE
Nothing works.
* The power supply cord is not plugged into a grounded 3 prong outlet. (See
the Electrical Requirements section on page 4 and the Electrical Connection
section on page 6.)
A household
fuse has blown or a circuit breaker has tripped.
The electric company has had a power failure.
The microwave oven will not run.
• You are using the oven as a timer. Touch STOP/CLEAR
to cancel the Timer.
• The door is not firmly closed and latched.
• You did not touch START/ENTER.
• You did not follow directions exactly.
• An operation that you set earlier is still running. Touch STOP/CLEAR to cancel
that operation.
COOKING
TIMES
PROBLEM
CAUSE
Food is not cooked enough.
• The cook power is not at the recommended
setting. Check the chart on page 13.
• The electric supply to your home or wall outlets is low or lower than normal.
Your electric company can tell you if the line voltage is low. Your electrician can tell
you if the outlet voltage is low.
The display shows a time counting
• The oven door is not closed completely.
down but the oven is not cooking.
• You have set the controls as a kitchen timer. Touch STOP/CLEAR
Timer.
pad and cancel
VENT MOTOR
PROBLEM
CAUSE
Vent fan comes on automatically
• The vent fan will automatically
on the cooktop below.
turn on if it senses to much heat during cooking
NOISE
PROBLEM
You hear the humming
CAUSE
sound
• This is normal noise during operation
transformer.
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from the magnetron,
fan noise and
GLASS TRAY
PROBLEM
CAUSE
The glass tray will not move.
• The glass tray is not correctly in place. It should be correct-side
on the center hub.
up and sitting firmly
• The support is not operating correctly. Remove the glass tray and restart the oven.
If the hub still does not move, call Sears Service at 1-800-4-MY-HOME ®. Cooking
without the glass tray can give you poor results.
TONES
PROBLEM
CAUSE
You do not hear the programming
or end-of-cycle tone.
The audible tone has been disabled.
• You have not entered the correct command.
DISPLAY
• Tone must be enabled.
MESSAGES
PROBLEM
The display is flashing"
CAUSE
: ".
• There has been a power interruption. Reset the clock. (See the "Clock"
Page 10.)
If none of these items is causing your problem, call Sears Service at 1-800-4-MY-HOME
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Your Home
For expert troubleshooting and home solutions advice:
www.managemyhome.com
For repair - in your home - of all major brand appliances,
lawn and garden equipment, or heating and cooling systems,
no matter who made it, no matter who sold it!
For the replacement parts, accessories and
owner's manuals that you need to do-it-yourself.
For Sears professional installation of home appliances
and items like garage door openers and water heaters.
1-800-4-MY-HOME
Call anytime,
®
(1-800-469-4663)
day or night (U.S.A. and Canada)
www.sears.com
www.sears.ca
Our Home
For repair of carry-in items like vacuums, lawn equipment,
and electronics, call anytime for the location of your nearest
Sears Parts & Repair Service
1-800-488-1222
(U.S.A.)
1-800-469-4663
www.sears.corn
To purchase a protection
1-800-827-6655
agreement
Para pedir servicio de reparaci6n
a domicilio, y para ordenar piezas:
on a product serviced
by Sears:
1-800-361-6665
(Canada)
Au Canada
®
de commerce
/ MD Marque
en fran£;ais:
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(1-800-533-6937)
www.sears.ca
SM
® Registered Trademark /
Trademark
/
Service Mark of Sears Brands, LLC
@ Marca Registrada / TMMarca de Fabrica / SMMarca de Servicio de Sears Brands,
MC Marque
pour service
1-800-LE-FOYER
(1-888-784-6427)
TM
(Canada)
www.sears.ca
(U.S.A.)
1-888-SU-HOGAR
Center
depos6e
de Sears Brands,
LLC
LLC
© Sears
Brands,
LLC
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