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JQ 280
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INDEX
INSTALLATION
3 Installation
SAFETY
4 Important safety instructions
5 Precautions
ACCESSORIES AND MAINTENANCE
6 Accessories
7 Maintenance & Cleaning
CONTROL PANEL
8 control panel
GENERAL USE
9 Start protection / child lock
9 Pause or stop cooking
10 Set lock
10 Weight sensor
COOKING FUNCTION
11 manual cook & reheat with microwaves
12 jet start
13 Automatic microwaves
14 manual defrost
15 6th sense defrost
16 manual grill
17 Automatic grill
18 manual crisp
19 6th sense crisp
20 manual forced air
21 Automatic forced air
22 combi grill
23 combi fan
24 6th sense steam
25 how to boil pasta and rice with microwave
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
26 trouble shooting guide
ENVIRONMENTAL HINTS
26 environmental hints
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INSTALLATION
PRIOR TO CONNECTING
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HECK THAT THE VOLTAGE on the rating
plate corresponds to the voltage in
your home.
NSURE THAT THE APPLIANCE IS NOT DAMAGED. Check
that the oven door closes firmly against the
door support and that the internal door seal is
not damaged. Empty the oven and clean the
interior with a soft, damp cloth.
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O NOT REMOVE THE MICROWAVE INLET PROTEC-
TION PLATES located on
the side of the oven cavity wall. They prevent grease
& food particles from entering the microwave inlet
channels.
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O NOT OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE if it has a
damaged mains cord or plug, if it is
not working properly, or if it has been
damaged or dropped. Do not immerse
the mains cord or plug in water. Keep the
cord away from hot surfaces. Electrical
shock, fire or other hazards may result.
LACE THE OVEN ON A STABLE, EVEN
SURFACE that is strong enough
to hold the oven and the
food utensils you put in it.
Use care when handling.
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O NOT USE EXTENSION CORD:
IF THE POWER SUPPLY CORD IS TOO SHORT, have
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osition the oven at a distance from other
heating sources. For sufficient ventilation
there must be a space of at least 30 cm above
the oven. Ensure that the space underneath,
above and around the oven is empty to allow
for proper airflow. The microwave oven shall
not be placed in a cabinet. This oven is not intended to be placed or used on a working surface lower than 850 mm above the floor.
a qualified electrician or serviceman install an
outlet near the appliance.
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ARNING: Improper use of the grounding
plug can result in a risk of electric shock.
Consult a qualified electrician or serviceman if
the grounding instructions are not completely understood, or if doubt exists as to whether
the microwave oven is properly grounded.
AFTER CONNECTING
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HE OVEN CAN BE OPERATED ONLY
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if the oven door
HE EARTHING OF THIS APPLIANCE is compulsory. The manufacturer will accept no
responsibility for injury to persons, animals or damage to objects arising from
the non-observance of this requirement.
is firmly closed.
OOR TELEVISION RECEPTION
and radio interference
may result if the oven is located close to a TV, radio or
aerial.
The manufacturers are not liable for any
problems caused by the user’s failure to observe these instructions.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ CAREFULLY AND KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
O NOT HEAT, OR USE FLAMMABLE MATERIALS
in or near the oven. Fumes can create a fire hazard or explosion.
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oven for
drying textiles, paper, spices, herbs,
wood, flowers or other combustible materials. Fire could result.
O NOT USE YOUR MICROWAVE
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F MATERIAL INSIDE / OUTSIDE THE OVEN SHOULD
IGNITE OR SMOKE IS EMITTED, keep oven
door closed and turn the oven off. Disconnect the power cord or shut off power at the fuse or circuit breaker panel.
O NOT OVER- COOK FOOD. Fire could result.
O NOT LEAVE THE OVEN UNATTENDED, especially when using paper, plastic or other combustible materials in the
cooking process. Paper can char or burn
and some plastics can melt if used when
heating foods.
Do not leave the oven unattended if you
are using a lot of fat or oil since they can
overheat and cause a fire!
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HIS APPLIANCE CAN BE USED BY CHILDREN aged
from 8 years and above and persons with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe
way and understand the hazards involved.
Cleanning and user maintenance shall not be
made by children unless
they are aged from 8
years and above and supervised. Children should
be supervised when using other heatsources (if available) separately or in combination
with microwaves due to the high temperatures generated.
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HIS APPLIANCE IS NOT INTENDED FOR use by
per-sons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, un-less
they have been given supervision or in-struction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
HILDREN SHOULD BE SUPERVISED to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
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corrosive chemicals or vapors in this appliance. This type of
oven is specifically designed to heat or
cook food. It is not designed for industrial or laboratory use.
O NOT USE
O NOT USE YOUR MICROWAVE
oven for heating anything in airtight sealed
containers. The pressure
increases and may cause
damage when opening or may explode.
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O NOT HANG OR PLACE heavy items on
the door as this can damage the
oven opening and hinges. The door
handle should not be used for hanging
things on.
HE APPLIANCE AND ITS ACCESSIBLE PARTS become hot during use.Care should
be taken to avoid touching heating elments.Children less then 8 years of age
shall be kept away unless continuously
supervised.
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HE DOOR SEALS AND THE DOOR SEAL AREAS
must be regularly inspected for damage. If these areas are damaged the appliance should not be operated until it has
been repaired by a trained service technician.
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HE APPLIANCES ARE NOT INTENDED to be operated by means of an external timer or
separate remote-control system.
EGGS
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O NOT USE YOUR MICROWAVE oven for cook- ing or
reheating whole eggs with or without
shell since they may explode even after microwave heating has ended.
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PRECAUTIONS
GENERAL
LIQUIDS
.G. BEVERAGES OR WATER. Overheating the liquid beyond boiling point
can occur without evidence of
bubbling. This could result in
a sudden boil over of the hot
liquid.
o prevent this possibility the following
steps should be taken:
1. Avoid using straight-sided containers with
narrow necks.
2. Stir the liquid before placing the container
in the oven and let the teaspoon remain
in the container.
3. After heating, allow standing for a short
time, stirring again before carefully removing the container from the oven.
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HIS APPLIANCE IS DESIGNED FOR DOMESTIC USE ONLY!
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HE APPLIANCE SHOULD NOT BE OPERATED without
food in the oven when using microwaves.
Operation in this manner is likely to damage the
appliance.
HE VENTILATION OPENINGS on the oven must not
be covered. Blocking the air intake or exhaust
vents may cause damage to the oven and poor
cooking results.
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the oven, put a glass
of water inside. The water will absorb the microwave energy and the oven will not be damaged.
F YOU PRACTICE OPERATING
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O NOT STORE OR USE
this appliance outdoors.
this product near a kitchen sink,
in a wet basement, or near a swimming
pool, or similar.
O NOT USE
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O NOT USE the
CAREFUL
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to a microwave cookbook for details. Especially, if cooking or
reheating food that contains alcohol.
FTER HEATING BABY FOOD or liquids in a baby bottle or in a baby food jar, always stir and check
the temperature before serving. This will ensure
that the heat is evenly distributed and the risk of
scalding or burns can be avoided.
nsure the Lid and the Teat is removed before heating!
cavity for any storage pur-
poses.
LWAYS REFER
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URING USE THE APPLIANCE becomes hot. Care
should be taken to avoid touching heating
elements inside the oven.
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EMOVE WIRE TWIST-TIES from paper or
plastic bags before placing bag in
the oven.
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DEEP-FRYING
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O NOT USE YOUR MICROWAVE oven for deep-frying, because the oil temperature
cannot be controlled.
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to prevent
burns, when touching containers,
oven parts, and pan after cooking. Accessible parts may become hot during use, young children should be kept
away.
SE HOT PADS OR OVEN MITTS
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ACCESSORIES
LARGE VESSELS
USE THE TURNTABLE STOP button when cooking with vessels that is so large that
they can not turn freely in the oven.
This function can only be used when
cooking with microwaves only and
Combi functions. The button will not work
with other functions.
GENERAL
THERE ARE a number of accessories available on
the market. Before you buy, ensure they are
suitable for microwave use.
ENSURE THAT THE UTENSILS YOU USE are oven proof
and allow microwaves to
pass through them before
cooking.
STEAM ACCESSORY
USE THE ACCESSORY WITH THE STRAINER in place for such foods as fish,
vegetables and potatoes.
ALWAYS PLACE the accessory on
the Glass Turntable.
WHEN YOU PUT FOOD AND ACCESSORIES in the microwave oven, ensure that they do not come in
contact with the interior of the oven.
This is especially important with accessories made of metal or metal parts.
IF ACCESSORIES CONTAINING METAL comes in contact
with the oven interior, while the oven is in operation, sparking can occur and the oven could
be damaged.
WIRE RACK
USE THE HIGH WIRE RACK when cooking with grill.
USE THE LOW WIRE RACK when cooking with forced air or combi fan.
ALWAYS ENSURE that the turntable is able to turn
freely before starting the oven. If the turntable
isn’t able to turn freely you should use a smaller vessel or the TurnTable stop function (see
Large vessels).
CRISP-PLATE
PLACE THE FOOD DIRECTLY ON THE CRISP-PLATE.
Always use the Glass turntable as support when using the Crisp-plate.
DO NOT PLACE ANY UTENSILS on
the Crisp-plate since it will quickly
become very hot and is likely to cause
damage to the utensil.
THE CRISP-PLATE may be preheated before use
(max. 3 min.).
TURNTABLE SUPPORT
USE THE TURNTABLE SUPPORT under the
Glass turntable. Never put any other utensils on the turntable support.
Fit the turntable support in the oven.
GLASS TURNTABLE
USE THE GLASS TURNTABLE with all cooking methods. It collects the dripping
juices and food particles that
otherwise would stain and soil
the interior of the oven.
Place the Glass turntable on the turntable
support.
CRISP HANDLE
USE THE SUPPLIED SPECIAL CRISP
HANDLE to remove the hot Crisp
plate from the oven.
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MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
IF THE GRILL IS NOT USED REGULARLY, it should be
run for 10 minutes a month to burn off any
splashes, in order to reduce the risk of fire.
CLEANING IS THE ONLY MAINTENANCE normally required. It must be carried out with the microwave oven disconnected.
FAILURE TO MAINTAIN THE OVEN in a clean condition
could lead to deterioration of the surface that
could adversely affect the life of the appliance
and possibly result in a hazardous situation.
DO NOT USE METAL SCOURING PADS,
ABRASIVE CLEANSERS , steelwool pads, gritty washcloths, etc. which can
damage the control panel, and the interior and exterior oven surfaces. Use a cloth with a mild detergent
or a paper towel with spray glass cleaner.
Apply spray glass cleaner to a paper towel.
DO NOT SPRAY directly on the oven.
AT REGULAR INTERVALS, especially
if spill overs have occurred, remove the turntable, the turntable support and wipe the base of
the oven clean.
THIS OVEN IS DESIGNED to operate with the turntable in place.
DO NOT operate the microwave oven
when the turntable has been removed
for cleaning.
USE A SOFT AND DAMP CLOTH with mild detergent
to clean the interior surfaces, front and rear of
the door and the door opening.
DO NOT ALLOW GREASE or food particles to
build up around the door.
FOR STUBBORN STAINS, boil a cup of water in the
oven for 2 or 3 minutes. Steam will soften the
marks.
ADDING SOME LEMON JUICE to a cup of water, placing this on the turntable and boiling for a few
minutes can eliminate odors inside the oven.
DISHWASHER SAFE:
TURNTABLE SUPPORT.
GLASS TURNTABLE
CRISP HANDLE
WIRE RACK
STEAM ACCESSORY
CAREFUL CLEANING:
THE CRISP-PLATE should be cleaned in mild, detergent water. Heavily soiled areas can be
cleaned with a scouring cloth
and a mild cleanser.
ALWAYS let the crisp-plate
cool off before cleaning.
DO NOT immerse or rinse with water while
the crisp-plate is hot. Quick cooling may
damage it.
DO NOT USE STEEL-WOOL PADS. This will
scratch the surface.
DO NOT USE STEAM CLEANING APPLIANCES when
cleaning your microwave oven.
THE OVEN should be cleaned regularly and
any food deposits removed.
THE GRILL ELEMENT does not need cleaning since
the intense heat will burn off any splashes, but
the ceiling beneath it may need regular cleaning. This should be done with a soft and damp
cloth with mild detergent.
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CONTROL PANEL
DIGITAL DISPLAY
The display includes a 24-hour
clock and indicator symbols.
DEFROST BUTTON
Use to select Manual / 6th
Sense Defrost functions.
COMBI BUTTON
Use to select Combi fan
/ Combi Grill functions.
FORCED AIR BUTTON
Use to select Manual / Auto
Forced Air functions.
CRISP BUTTON
Use to select Manual / 6th
Sense Crisp functions.
MW BUTTON
Use to select Manual / Auto
Microwave functions.
GRILL BUTTON
Use to select Manual /
Auto Grill functions.
KNOB BUTTON
Product OFF: activate the Jet
Start function.
Product ON: confirm the
cooking parameter and then
start the cooking process.
ADJUSTABLE KNOB
According to the different
functions, turn to select:
Microwave power level
Cooking time
Weight
Temperature
Food class
STOP BUTTON
Product ON: Press to Stop or
reset any of the oven functions.
PRODUCT OFF: Keep it
pressed to change the clock.
JET START BUTTON
Product OFF: activate the
Jet Start function.
Product ON: confirm the
cooking parameter and
then start the cooking process.
STOP TURNTABLE BUTTON
Use to stop the turntable. This function can
only be used when cooking with
microwaves only and Combi functions. The
button will not work with other functions.
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STEAM BUTTON
Use to select 6th Sense Steam
function.
START PROTECTION / CHILD LOCK
THIS AUTOMATIC SAFETY FUNCTION IS ACTIVATED ONE
MINUTE AFTER the oven has returned to
“stand by mode“. (The oven is in
“stand by” when the 24-hour clock is
displayed or if the clock has not been
set, when the display shows “:“.
WHEN THE SAFETY FUNCTION IS ACTIVE the door must
be opened and closed in order to start the
cooking, otherwise the display will show:
dOOR
PAUSE OR STOP COOKING
IF YOU DON’T WANT TO CONTINUE COOKING:
REMOVE THE FOOD, close the door and press the
STOP button.
TO PAUSE COOKING:
THE COOKING CAN BE PAUSED to
check, turn or stir the food
by opening the door. The
setting will be maintained
for 10 minutes.
NOTE: After cooking ends, the fan, turntable
and cavity lamp is on before pressing STOP
button, it’s normal.
TO CONTINUE COOKING:
CLOSE THE DOOR and press the Jet Start or knob
button ONCE. The cooking is resumed from
where it was paused.
A BEEP WILL SIGNAL once a minute for 10 minutes
when the cooking is finished. Press the STOP
button or open the door to cancel the signal.
ADD/TURN/STIR FOOD
SOME FOOD CLASSES REQUIRE the food to be added, turned or stirred during cooking(varies between
models). In these cases the oven will stop and prompt you to perform the needed action.
IF THE DOOR ISN’T OPENED AT THIS TIME (WITHIN 2 MINUTES) THE OVEN WILL:
ADD
Stop and go to “stand by mode“.
STIR
Continue the cooking process. End result may not be
optimal in this case.
TURN
Continue the cooking process. End result may not be
optimal in this case.
WHEN REQUIRED, THE FOLLOWING STEPS SHOULD BE TAKEN:
 Open the door.
 Add, Stir or turn the food.
 Close the door and restart by pressing the Knob button.
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SET CLOCK
WHEN THE APPLIANCE IS FIRST PLUGGED IN or after a power failure, the
product will enter clock setting. If the clock is not set, the display
will remain “:“ instead of the clock.
NOTE: YOU CAN PRESS&HOLD FOR A FEW SECONDS THE STOP BUTTON in
standby mode to access the clock setting mode.
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TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the hours.
PRESS KNOB BUTTON. (The two right-hand digits (minutes) flicker).
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the minutes.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON AGAIN.
THE CLOCK IS SET and in operation.
IF STOP is pressed in clock setting mode, the clock will be disabled
the display shows “:“.
NOTE: KEEP THE DOOR OPEN WHILE SETTING THE CLOCK. This gives you 10
minutes to complete the setting of the Clock. Otherwise, each step
must be accomplished within 60 seconds.
WEIGHT SENSOR
THIS MICROWAVE OVEN USES THE WEIGHT SENSOR TECHNOLOGY for some 6th sense functions (Defrost, Crisp
and Steam); when you select one of these 6thSense functions, you just need to select type of
food you want to process and press start: the microwave automatically detects the weight of
food and set the cooking time accordingly.
DURING THE SENSING PHASE weight icon blinks and progress bar shows the
weight calculation process (see sample below, from 6th Defrost function).
WEIGHT SENSING CALIBRATION
Weight sensor technology requires a Calibration process before first use. Suggest user to make
the calibration once a year.
THE CALIBRATION PROCESS MUST BE DONE with only the Turn Table glass in the cavity.
PRESS AND HOLD for few seconds the Stop TurnTable button.
THE CALIBRATION PROCESS starts and the display shows:
-- weight icon blinking
-- calibration progress bar
WHEN THE CALIBRATION PROCESS is finished, the Microwave returns to stand by mode.
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MANUAL COOK & REHEAT WITH MICROWAVES
USE THIS FUNCTION for normal cooking and reheating, such as vegetables, fish, potatoes and meat.
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
PRESS THE MW BUTTON.
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TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the power.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to see the “manual mode” icon and
press the knob button to confirm.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the time.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
ONCE THE COOKING PROCESS HAS BEEN STARTED
TO ADJUST THE POWER: Press the MW button and rotate the knob to adjust value.
TO INCREASE TIME/DECREASE TIME: Rotate the adjust knob, or press Jet
Start /knob button to increase 30 seconds.
CHOOSING POWER LEVEL
MICROWAVES ONLY
SUGGESTED USE:
POWER
(950 W)
REHEATING of beverages, water, clear soups, coffee, tea or other food with a high water
content. If the food contains egg or cream choose a lower power.
750 W
COOKING of fish, meat, vegetables etc.
650 W
COOKING dishes, not possible to stir.
500 W
MORE CAREFUL COOKING e.g. high protein sauces, cheese and egg dishes and to finish cooking casseroles.
350 W
SIMMERING stews, melting butter.
JET
160 W
DEFROSTING.
90 W
SOFTENING butter, cheeses and ice cream.
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JET START
THIS FUNCTION IS USED for quick reheating of food with a high water
content such as clear soups, coffee or tea.
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PRESS THE JET START OR KNOB BUTTON.
THIS FUNCTION AUTOMATICALLY STARTS with maximum microwave power
level and the cooking time set to 30 seconds. Each additional press
increases the time with 30 seconds. You may also alter the time by
turning the adjust knob to increase or decrease the time after the
function has started.
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AUTOMATIC MICROWAVES
USE THIS FUNCTION TO cook various types of foods.
THE OVEN WILL automatically select cooking method, time and power needed.
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PRESS THE MW BUTTON.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON to confirm the Auto mode.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to select the food class (see table).
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the food weight.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
FOOD CLASS
q1
2
AMOUNT
DURING COOKING
BAKED POTATOES
200G - 1KG
BEVERAGE
150G - 600G
3
MEAT, FROZEN
200G - 500G
STIR FOOD
4
PASTA, FROZEN
250G - 550G
STIR FOOD
5
POPCORN
100G
6
RICE, FROZEN
300G - 650G
STIR FOOD
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SOUP, FROZEN
250G - 1KG
STIR FOOD
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VEGETABLES, CANNED
200G - 600G
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VEGETABLES, FRESH
200G - 800G
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VEGETABLES, FROZEN
150G - 600G
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THIS TABLE and if the weight is lesser or greater than recommended
weight, you should choose manual function.
FOR DETAILS requested to adding/stiring/turning food, see table in page 9.
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MANUAL DEFROST
USE THIS FUNCTION for manually defrosting food like Meat, Poultry,
Fish, Vegetables and Bread.
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PRESS THE DEFROST BUTTON.
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TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the time.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to see the “manual mode” icon and
press the knob button to confirm.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
HINTS FOR FROZEN FOODS:
IF THE FOOD IS WARMER than deep-freeze temperature (-18°C),
choose shorter time.
IF THE FOOD IS COLDER than deep-freeze temperature (-18°C),
choose longer time.
MORE HINTS:
CHECK AND INSPECT THE FOOD REGULARLY.
FROZEN FOOD IN PLASTIC BAGS, plastic films or cardboard packages can be placed directly in the
oven as long as the package has no metal
parts (e.g. metal twist ties).
BOILED FOOD, STEWS AND MEAT SAUCES defrost better
if stirred during defrosting time.
TURN LARGE JOINTS halfway through the
defrosting process.
THE SHAPE OF THE PACKAGE alters the defrosting time. Shallow packets defrost
more quickly than a deep block.
WHEN DEFROSTING it is better to underthaw the food slightly and allow the
process to finish during standing time.
SEPARATE PIECES as they begin to defrost.
Individual slices defrost more easily.
STANDING TIME AFTER DEFROSTING ALWAYS IMPROVES
the result since the temperature will then be
evenly distributed throughout the food.
SHIELD AREAS OF FOOD with small
pieces of aluminum foil if they
start to become warm (e.g.
chicken legs and wing tips).
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6TH SENSE DEFROST
USE THIS FUNCTION for automatically defrosting Meat, Poultry, Fish,
Vegetables and Bread.
FOR BEST RESULT we recommend to defrost directly on the glass turntable. If needed, it is possible to use a container of light plastic suitable for microwave.
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PRESS THE DEFROST BUTTON.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON to confirm the 6th Sense Mode.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to select the food class (see table).
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
This is a Weight sensing function, the weight will be automatically calculated.
FOOD CLASS
AMOUNT
HINTS
q1
FISH
100G - 1.5KG
Whole, steaks or fillets.
2
MEAT
100G - 2KG
Minced meat, cutlets, steaks or roasts.
3
POULTRY
100G - 2.5KG
Chicken whole, pieces or fillets.
4
VEGETABLES
100G - 1.5KG
Mixed vegetables, peas, broccoli etc.
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THIS TABLE and if the weight is lesser or greater than recommended weight,
you should choose manual function.
FOR DETAILS requested to adding/stiring/turning food, see table in page 9.
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MANUAL GRILL
USE THIS FUNCTION TO quickly give a pleasant brown surface to the
food like cheese toast & hot sandwich, sausages, grill spit, pommes
duchesse, gratined fruit.
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PRESS THE GRILL BUTTON.
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TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the time.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to see the “manual mode” icon and
press the knob button to confirm.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
DO NOT LEAVE THE OVEN DOOR OPEN for long periods when the Grill is in
operation, as this will cause a drop in temperature.
ENSURE THAT THE UTENSILS used are heat resistant when you use this
function.
DO NOT USE PLASTIC utensils when grilling. They will melt. Items of
wood or paper are not suitable either.
High Rack
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AUTOMATIC GRILL
USE THIS FUNCTION TO cook Toast, Croque monsieur and Sausages.
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PRESS THE GRILL BUTTON.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON to confirm the Auto Mode.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to select the food class.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the food weight.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
High Rack
FOOD CLASS
AMOUNT
HINTS
DURING
COOKING
q1
CROQUE
MONSIEUR
60-120G
MAKE double sandwiches filled with ham and cheese
and place in the centre of grid, turn the sandwiches
when oven prompts you to do so.
TURN FOOD
2
SAUSAGES
100-400G
PLACE in the centre of grid, turn the sausages when
oven prompts you to do so.
TURN FOOD
3
TOAST
40-80G
PLACE in the centre of grid, turn the toasts when oven
prompts you to do so.
TURN FOOD
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THIS TABLE and if the weight is lesser or greater than recommended weight,
you should choose manual function.
FOR DETAILS requested to adding/stiring/turning food, see table in page 9.
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MANUAL CRISP
USE THIS FUNCTION TO reheat and cook pizza and other dough based
food, frying bacon and eggs, sausages, hamburgers. Brush thin oil
on the crisp plate. The main property of this function is to brown
the food on both top and bottom at same time.
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PRESS THE CRISP BUTTON.


TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the time.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to see the “manual mode” icon and
press the knob button to confirm.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
ONLY USE the supplied Crisp plate with this function. Other available
Crisp plates on the market will not give the
correct result when using this function.
SUGGEST TO PRE-HEAT the oven and Crisp plate
before you place the food.
USE OVEN MITTS OR THE SPECIAL CRISP HANDLE
supplied when removing the hot Crisp-plate.
IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO CHANGE OR SWITCH the Power level or Grill on/off,
when using the Crisp function.
THE OVEN AUTOMATICALLY use Microwaves and Grill in order to heat
the Crisp-plate. This way the Crisp-plate will rapidly reach its
working temperature and begin to brown and crisp the food.
ENSURE that the Crisp-plate is correctly placed in the middle of the
Glass turntable.
THE OVEN AND THE CRISP-PLATE become very hot when using this
function.
DO NOT PLACE THE HOT CRISP-PLATE on any surface susceptible to heat.
BE CAREFUL, NOT TO TOUCH the ceiling beneath the Grill element.
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6TH SENSE CRISP
USE THIS FUNCTION TO cook various types of frozen foods. It also allow
to defrost the frozen bread and have it warm and crispy. (see Food
class 8 in the chart below)
THE OVEN WILL automatically select cooking method, time and power needed.




PRESS THE CRISP BUTTON.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON to confirm the 6th Sense Mode.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to select the food class (see table).
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
THERE IS PREHEATING STAGE before cooking start for some food class.
DURING the preheating process, PRE- HEAT is alternately displayed.
ONLY USE the supplied Crisp plate with this function.
Other available Crisp plates on the market will not
give the correct result when using this function.
USE OVEN MITTENS OR THE SPECIAL CRISP HANDLE supplied
when removing the hot Crisp-plate.
This is a Weight sensing function, the weight will be automatically calculated.
FOOD CLASS
q1
AMOUNT
ACCESSORIES TO USE
DURING
COOKING
CHICKEN NUGGETS WINGS
250-500G
USE CRISP PLATE
TURN FOOD
2
CORDON BLEU
1 - 4 PIECES
INSERT THE EMPTY CRISP PLATE TO PREHEAT.
ADD FOOD WHEN “ADD FOOD” IS DISPLAYED
TURN FOOD
3
FISH STICKS
250-500G
INSERT THE EMPTY CRISP PLATE TO PREHEAT.
ADD FOOD WHEN “ADD FOOD” IS DISPLAYED
TURN FOOD
4
5
6
7
FRENCH FRIES
250-500G
USE CRISP PLATE
STIR FOOD
PIZZA PAN STYLE
300-750G
USE CRISP PLATE
PIZZA THIN
250-750G
USE CRISP PLATE
QUICHE
250-600G
USE CRISP PLATE
50-650G
USE CRISP PLATE
8
BREAD DEFROST
TURN FOOD
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THIS TABLE and if the weight is lesser or greater than recommended weight,
you should choose manual function..
NOTE: Small amounts of oil or butter can be placed on the Crisp Plate during preheating.
FOR DETAILS requested to adding/stiring/turning food, see table in page 9.
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MANUAL FORCED AIR
USE THIS FUNCTION TO cook meringues, pastry, cakes, cookies , muffins,
soufflés, poultry and roast meats.






PRESS THE FORCED AIR BUTTON.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to see the “manual mode” icon and
press the knob button to confirm.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the temperature.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the time.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
THERE IS PREHEATING STAGE before cooking start.
ONCE THE COOKING PROCESS HAS BEEN STARTED
TO ADJUST THE TEMPERATURE: Press the Forced air button and rotate the
knob to adjust value.
TO INCREASE TIME/DECREASE TIME: Rotate the adjust knob, or press Jet
Start /knob button to increase 30 seconds.
USE THE LOW WIRE RACK to put food on to allow the air to circulate
properly around the food.
USE THE CRISP PLATE as a baking plate when you bake small items
like cookies and muffins. Place the plate on the low wire rack.
ENSURE THAT THE UTENSILS used are ovenproof when you use this
function.
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AUTOMATIC FORCED AIR
USE THIS FUNCTION for baking of cake mix, cookies, muffins and rolls.
ALWAYS PLACE THE FOOD on the low wire rack.






PRESS THE FORCED AIR BUTTON.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON to confirm the Auto Mode.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to select the food class.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the food weight.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
THERE IS PREHEATING STAGE before cooking start for some food class.
DURING the preheating process, PRE- HEAT is alternately displayed.
ENSURE THAT THE UTENSILS used are microwave safe and ovenproof
when you use this function.
FOOD CLASS
AMOUNT
HINTS
q1
CAKE MIX
400-800G
USE microwave safe and ovenproof cake dish.
2
COOKIES
600G
USE crisp plate as baking plate, eventually covered with baking paper. ADD food when the oven prompts you to do so.
3
MUFFINS
600G
USE crisp plate as baking plate and place paper moulds on
the plate. ADD food when the oven prompts you to do so.
4
ROLLS PRE BAKED
300G
Add when oven is preheated.
5
ROLLS PRE BAKED 300G
FROZEN
For vacuum-packed rolls. Add when oven is preheated.
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THIS TABLE and if the weight is lesser or greater than recommended weight,
you should choose manual function.
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COMBI GRILL
USE THIS FUNCTION TO cook loads food that are thicker in
dimension,that require browning on the top surface, such as Gratins, Lasagne, Poultry and Baked potatoes.





PRESS THE COMBI BUTTON REPEATEDLY to set the combi grill function.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the power.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the time.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
ONCE THE COOKING PROCESS HAS BEEN STARTED
TO ADJUST THE POWER: Press the MW button and rotate the knob to adjust value.
TO INCREASE TIME/DECREASE TIME: Rotate the adjust knob, or press Jet
Start /knob button to increase 30 seconds.
DO NOT LEAVE THE OVEN DOOR OPEN for long periods when the Grill is in
operation, as this will cause a drop in temperature.
IF YOU COOK LARGE GRATINS which require stopped turntable rotation,
then turn the dish after approximately half the cooking time. This is
necessary for getting colour on the whole top surface.
ENSURE THAT THE UTENSILS used are microwave safe and heat resistant when you use this function.
DO NOT USE PLASTIC utensils when grilling. They will melt. Items of
wood or paper are not suitable either.
High Rack
CHOOSING POWER LEVEL
GRILL COMBI
POWER
650 W
SUGGESTED USE:
COOKING Vegetables Gratins
350 - 500 W COOKING Poultry & Lasagne
160 - 350 W COOKING Fish & frozen gratins
160 W
COOKING Meat
90 W
GRATINED FRUIT
0W
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BROWNING only during cooking
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COMBI FAN
USE THIS FUNCTION TO cook loads food that are thicker in
dimension,that require browning on the surface, such as roast
meats, poultry, jacket potatoes, frozen convenience foods, cakes,
pastry, fish and puddings.







PRESS THE COMBI BUTTON REPEATEDLY to set the combi fan function.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the temperature.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the power.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to set the time.
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
ONCE THE COOKING PROCESS HAS BEEN STARTED
TO ADJUST THE POWER/TEMPERATURE: Press the MW/Forced air button and
rotate the knob to adjust value.
TO INCREASE TIME/DECREASE TIME: Rotate the adjust knob, or press Jet
Start /knob button to increase 30 seconds.
USE THE LOW WIRE RACK to put food on to allow the air to circulate
properly around the food.
ENSURE THAT THE UTENSILS used are microwave safe and ovenproof
when you use this function.
CHOOSING POWER LEVEL
FORCED AIR COMBI
SUGGESTED USE:
POWER
350 W
COOKING Poultry, Jacket potatoes,
Lasagne & Fish
160 W
COOKING Roast meat & Fruit cakes
90 W
COOKING Cakes & Pastry
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6TH SENSE STEAM
USE THIS FUNCTION FOR such food types such as vegetables and fish.
ALWAYS USE THE SUPPLIED STEAM ACCESSORY when using STEAMER ACCESSORY
this function.
lid
grid
bowl
A: Pour water
up to the Steam Water Level
marked on the bowl.
B: Insert the grid
and put the food in.
C: Cover with lid and
insert in the oven.
D: Set the function on the control panel



PRESS THE STEAM BUTTON.
TURN THE ADJUSTABLE KNOB to select the food class (see table).
PRESS THE KNOB BUTTON. The function will start.
THE BOIL AND STEAM ACCESSORY IS designed to be used with
microwaves only!
NEVER USE IT with any other function at all.
USING THE STEAM ACCESSORY in any other function may cause damage.
ALWAYS ENSURE THAT the turntable is able to turn freely before starting the oven.
ALWAYS PLACE the Steam accessory on the Glass Turntable.
This is a Weight sensing function, the weight will be automatically calculated.
FOOD CLASS
AMOUNT
HINTS
q1
FISH FILETS
DISTRIBUTE FILLETS EVENLY on the steam grid. Inter150-500G lace thin parts. Allow to stand for 1 - 2 minutes, after cooking.
2
VEGETABLES
150-500G
3
FROZEN VEGETABLES
150-500G ALLOW TO STAND for 1 - 2 minutes.
4
POTATOES / ROOT VEGETABLES 150-500G
USE EVEN SIZES. Cut the vegetables into even pieces.
Allow to stand for 1 - 2 minutes, after cooking.
USE EVEN SIZES. Cut the vegetables into even pieces.
Allow to stand for 1 - 2 minutes, after cooking.
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THIS TABLE and if the weight is lesser or greater than recommended weight,
you should choose manual function.
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HOW TO BOIL PASTA AND RICE WITH MICROWAVE
IS IT POSSIBLE TO USE THE STEAMER ACCESSORY (WITHOUT THE GRID)
to Boil pasta and rice WITH MANUAL MICROWAVE FUNCTION.
The graduation levels marked on the accessory will help you to
dose the right amount of water.
FOOD
PORTIONS
AMOUNT
LEVEL
100G

200G

300G

400G

70G

140G

210G

RICE
PASTA
Lid
Bowl
(Grid)
USE SHORT PASTA.
FOLLOW THE PROCESS BELOW (Example for pasta):
A) Weight the pasta
B) Put pasta in the Bowl,
C) Pour water up to Level
add salt
ALWAYS FOLLOW Portions’ quantity as
in the table above.
D) Cover with Lid and insert in
the oven
PLEASE USE water at room temperature.
THEN PROGRAM THE MW FUNCTION (see process below):
the first part of the process setting
PHASE 1: Start
the MW function as described below:
SET
Max POWER
RICE
SET
PASTA
Max POWER
first part is end, please program the
PHASE 2: After
second process to complete cooking.
according
levels:
SET TIME
LEVEL
TIME

2.5 MIN

4 MIN

5.5 MIN

7 MIN
according
levels:
SET POWER
TIME

4 MIN

7 MIN

9.5 MIN
Set the cooking duration suggested
on pasta/rice pack
RICE
PRESS
PRESS
START
START
SET TIME
LEVEL
SET TIME
SET POWER
PASTA
FOR GOOD COOKING RESULTS: At the end of Phase 1 immediately set the Phase 2.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
IF THE MAINS CORD NEEDS REPLACING it should
be replaced by the original
mains cord, which is available
via our service organization. The mains cord may
only be replaced by a trained
service technician.
IF THE OVEN DOES NOT WORK, do not make a service
call until you have made the following checks:
The Turntable and turntable support is in
place.
The Plug is properly inserted in the wall
socket.
The Door is properly closed.
Check your Fuses and ensure that there is
power available.
Check that the oven has ample ventilation.
Wait for 10 minutes, then try to operate the
oven once more.
Open and then close the door before you
try again.
THIS IS TO AVOID unnecessary calls for which you
will be charged.
When calling for Service, please give the serial
number and type number of the oven (see Service label). Consult your warranty booklet for
further advice.
SERVICE ONLY TO BE CARRIED OUT
BY A TRAINED SERVICE TECHNICIAN.
It is hazardous for anyone other than a trained person to carry
out any service or repair operation, which involves the removal of any cover, which gives protection against exposure to microwave
energy.
DO NOT REMOVE ANY COVER.
ENVIRONMENTAL HINTS
THE PACKING BOX may be fully recycled as confirmed by the recycling symbol. Follow local disposal regulations. Keep
potentially hazardous packaging (plastic bags, polystyrene etc.) out of the reach of children.
THIS APPLIANCE is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By ensuring
this product is disposed of correctly, you will
help prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment and human health, which
could otherwise be caused by inappropriate
waste handling of this product.
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THE SYMBOL on the product, or on the documents accompanying the
product, indicates that this
appliance may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over
to the applicable collection
point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
DISPOSAL must be carried
out in accordance with local environmental regulations for waste disposal.
FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION about treatment,
recovery and recycling of this product, please
contact your local city office, your household
waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
BEFORE SCRAPPING, cut off the mains cord so that
the appliance cannot be connected to the
mains.
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Test
12.3.1
Amount Approx. time
Power level
Container
PYREX 3.226
1000 G
12 - 13 MIN
750 W
12.3.2
475 G
5 ½ - 7 MIN
750 W
PYREX 3.827
12.3.3
900 G
14 - 16 MIN
750 W
PYREX 3.838
12.3.4
1100 G
18 - 20 MIN
GRILL + 650 W
PYREX 3.827
12.3.5
700 G
24 - 26 MIN
FA 200°C+ 90 W
PYREX 3.827
12.3.6
1200 G
35 - 38 MIN
FA 200°C + 350 W
PIE PLATE
13.3
500 G
11 - 13 MIN
160 W
PLASTIC PLATE
W 1 0 6 0 1 4 6 8
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Whirlpool is a registered trademark of Whirlpool, USA
IN ACCORDANCE WITH IEC 60705.
THE INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION has developed a standard for comparative testing of
heating performance of different microwave ovens. We recommend the following for this oven:
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