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Kenmore Pro 89393 Owner's manual
Use & Care Guide
Manual de uso y cuidada
English / Español
Models / Modelos: 790.89393510
Kenmore PRO
®
Microwave Hood Combination
Combinacion Microondas Camp ana
P/N 316495154
Sears Brands Management Corporation
HRçman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
www.kenmore.com
Table of Contents
Setting Two-Stage Cooking .........................................18
Microwave Power Levels ...........................................19
Using Auto Defrost .....................................................20
Auto Defrost Table .................................................21-22
Defrosting Tips ..............................................................23
Sensor Operating Instructions ....................................24
Using Sensor Cook .......................................................24
Using Sensor Reheat ....................................................24
Sensor Cook Table .......................................................25
Sensor Reheat Table ....................................................25
Using Quick Touch ......................................................26
Popcorn .........................................................................26
Setting Melt/Soften .....................................................27
Tips For Convection Cooking ......................................28
Convection Keep Warm .............................................28
Convection Bake Roast .........................................28-29
Convection Baking Guidelines ..............................30-31
Meat Roasting Guidelines For Convection Cooking..32
Tips For Combination Cooking.......................................33
Micro + Conv Combicook ...........................................33
Combination Roast Cooking Guide ............................34
Combination Bake Cooking Guide ...............................34
Caring for Your Microwave Oven ............................35
Caring for the Filters ....................................................36
Replacing the Cooktop and Oven Lights .................37
Questions and Answers ...............................................38
Troubleshooting ...........................................................39
Sears Service ...............................................................40
Warranty ........................................................................2
Master Protection Agreement......................................3
Microwave Oven Safety ................................. .....4
Getting to Know Your Microwave Oven .................7
How Your Microwave Oven Works ..........................7
Radio Interference ........................................................7
Cooking Comparison Guide............................................7
For the Best Cooking Results .......................................8
Cookware Guide ..........................................................8
How To Use Accessories................................................9
Operating Safety Precautions ...................................9
Electrical Connection ...................................................9
Specifications ...............................................................10
Microwave Oven Features .......................................10
Control Panel Features ................................................11
Microwave Cooking Tips ......................................12-13
Using Your Microwave Oven .....................................14
Clock & Settings .......................................................14-16
Setting Kitchen Timer ..................................................16
Using Vent Fan ............................................................17
Using Vent Delay ........................................................17
Using Cooktop Light .....................................................17
Setting Timed Cook ....................................................17
Interrupting Cooking ...................................................17
Using One Touch Start ...............................................17
Using Add 30 Sec .......................................................1 8
Setting Timed Cooking with Power Level....................18
KENMORE PRO LIMITED WARRANTY
WITH PROOF OF SALE, the following warranty coverage applies when this appliance is correctly installed, operated
and maintained according to all supplied instructions.
FOR ONE YEAR from the date of sale this appliance is warranted against defects in material or workmanship. A
defective appliance will receive free repair or replacement at option of seller.
FOR FIVE YEARS from the date of sale, the magnetron of this appliance is warranted against defects in material or
workmanship. A new magnetron will be supplied for a defective one free of charge. Safety regulations require that the
magnetron be installed by Sears. After the first year from the sale date you are responsible for the labor cost of
magnetron installation.
For warranty coverage details to obtain free repair or replacement, visit the web page: www.kenmore.com/warranty
All warranty coverage applies for only 90 DAYS from the sale date in the United States, and is void in Canada, if this
appliance is ever used for other than private household purposes.
This warranty covers ONLY defects in material and workmanship, and will NOT pay for:
1. Expendable items that can wear out from normal use, including but not limited to filters, belts, bags or screw-in base
light bulbs.
2. A service technician to clean or maintain this appliance, or to instruct the user in correct appliance installation,
operation and maintenance.
3. Service calls to correct appliance installation not performed by Sears authorized service agents, or to repair
problems with house fuses, circuit breakers, house wiring, and plumbing or gas supply systems resulting from such
installation.
4. Damage to or failure of this appliance resulting from installation not performed by Sears authorized service agents,
including installation that was not in accord with electrical, gas or plumbing codes.
5. Damage to or failure of this appliance, including discoloration or surface rust, if it is not correctly operated and
maintained according to all supplied instructions.
6. Damage to or failure of this appliance, including discoloration or surface rust, resulting from accident, alteration,
abuse, misuse or use for other than its intended purpose.
7. Damage to or failure of this appliance, including discoloration or surface rust, caused by the use of detergents,
cleaners, chemicals or utensils other than those recommended in all instructions supplied with the product.
8. Damage to or failure of parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to this appliance.
9. Service to an appliance if the model and serial plate is missing, altered, or cannot easily be determined to have the
appropriate certification logo.
EN-2
Disclaimer of implied warranties; limitation of remedies
Customer’s sole and exclusive remedy under this limited warranty shall be product repair or replacement as provided
herein. Implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, are limited to one
year on the appliance and five years on the magnetron, or the shortest period allowed by law. Seller 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 limitation 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 or Canada*.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Sears Brands Management Corporation, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
Sears Canada Inc., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2C3
Sears Service
Master Protection Agreement
Congratulations on making a smart purchase.Your new Kenmore® product is designed and manufactured for
years of dependable operation. But like all products, it may require preventive maintenance or repair from time
to time.That`s when having a Master Protection Agreement can save you money and aggravation.
The Master Protection Agreement also helps extend the life of your new product. Here`s what the Agreement*
includes:
Parts and labor not just for repairing defects, but to help keep products operating properly under normal use.
Our coverage goes well beyond the product warranty. No deductibles, no functional failure excluded
from coverage - real protection.
Expert service by a force of more than 10,000 authorized Sears service technicians, which means
someone you can trust will be working on your product.
Unlimited service calls and nationwide service, as often as you want us, whenever you want us.
"No-lemon" guarantee - replacement of your covered product if four or more product failures
occur within twelve months.
Product replacement if your covered product can`t be fixed.
Annual Preventive Maintenance Check at your request- no extra charge.
Fast help by phone- we call it Rapid Resolution - phone support from a Sears representative on all
products. Think of us as a "talking owner's manual."
Power surge protection against electrical damage due to power fluctuations.
$250 Food loss Protection annually for any food spoilage that is the result of mechanical failure of any
covered refrigerator or freezer.
Rental reimbursement if repair of your covered product takes longer than promised.
25% discount off the regular price of any non-covered repair service and related installed parts.
Once you purchase the Agreement, a simple phone call is all that it takes for you to schedule service.
You can call anytime, day or night, or schedule a service appointment online.
The Master Protection Agreement is a risk free purchase. If you cancel for any reason during the
product warranty period, we will provide a full refund.Or, a prorated refund anytime after the
product warranty period expires. Purchase your Master Protection Agreement today!
Some limitations and exclusions apply. For prices and additional information in the
U.S.A. call 1-800-827-6655.
* Coverage in Canada varies on some items. For full details, call Sears Canada at 1-800-361-6665.
Sears Installation Service
For Sears professional installation of home appliances, garage door openers, water heaters, and other
major home items, in the U.S.A. or Canada call 1-800-4-MY-HOME®.
EN-3
Microwave Oven Safety
Your safety and the safety of others is very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your microwave oven. Always read
and obey all safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will be preceded by the safety alert symbol and the word "DANGER" or
"WARNING." These words mean:
DANGER
WARNING
You will be killed or seriously injured
if you do not follow instructions immediately.
You can be killed or seriously injured
if you do not follow instructions.
All safety messages will identify the hazard, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what
can happen if the instructions are not followed.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should be followed, including the following:
WARNING: To reduce the risk of
burns, electric shock,ore, injur y to persons,
or exposure to excessive microwave energy:
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sealed containers, such as closed jars, can explode
and should not be heated in the microwave oven.
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described in this manual.
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AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
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microwave oven7KLVW\SHRIRYHQLVVSHFLoFDOO\
designed to heat, cook, or dry food. It is not designed
for industrial or laboratory use.
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only to properly grounded outlet. See "GROUNDING
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when used by children.
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accordance with the provided installation
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damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, or
if it has been damaged or dropped.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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authorized service company for examination,
repair, or adjustment.
v6HHGRRUVXrface cleaning instructions in the
"Caring for Your Microwave Oven" section.
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- 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 closedWXUQRYHQRff, and disconnect the
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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.
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both gas and electric cooking equipment.
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above ranges with a maximum width of 36
inches (91 cm).
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parts, causing a risk of electric shock.
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microwave oven when the microwave oven is in
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microwave oven.
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example, near a kitchen sink, in a wet basement,
near a swimming pool, or similar location.
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metal foil. Doing so will cause overheating of the
oven.
v/LTXLGVVXFKDVZDWHrFRIIHe, or tea are able to
overheat beyond the boiling point without appearing
to be boiling due to surface tension of the liquid. Visible
bubbling or boiling when the container is removed from
the microwave oven is not always present. This could
result in very hot liquids suddenly boiling over when
a spoon or other utensil is inserted into the liquid.
To reduce the risk of injury to persons:
1) Do not overheat the liquid.
2) Stir the liquid before and halfway through heating it .
3) Do not use straight -sided containers with narrow necks.
4) After heating , allow the container to stand in the
microwave oven for a short time before removing
the container .
5) Use extreme caution when inserting a spoon or other
utensil into the container .
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
EN-5
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE
TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY
(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 closes properly
and that there is no damage to the:
(1) Door (bent)
(2) Hinges and latches (broken or loosened)
(3) Door seals and sealing surfaces
(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.
(d) The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by
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technician.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
DANGER
Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
A 120-Volt, 60-Hz, AC-only,
15 or 20-amp fused electrical supply is required.
A time delay fuse is recommended. It is
recommended that a separate circuit, serving
only this appliance, is provided.
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 deathILUHRU
electrical shock.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
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The microwave oven must be grounded.
In the event of an electrical short circuit,
grounding reduces the risk of electric
shock by providing an escape wire for
the electric current. 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.
Ensure proper
ground exists
before use
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electrician or service technician if you do not understand
the grounding instructions, or if you wonder whether
the appliance is properly grounded.
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technician install an outlet near the microwave oven.
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This appliance has a short power supply cord to reduce
the risk of anyone tripping over or becoming entangled
in the cord. The microwave oven must be connected to
a grounded, metallic, permanent wiring system, or an
equipment grounding conductor should be run with the
circuit conductors and connected to the equipment
grounding terminal or lead on the microwave oven.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
EN-6
Getting to Know Your Microwave Oven
This section discusses the concepts behind microwave cooking. It also shows the basics that you need to
know in order to operate your microwave oven. Please read this information before using your oven.
HOW YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN WORKS
Microwave ovens are safe. Microwave energy is not hot. It
causes food to make its own heat, and it is this heat that
cooks the food.
Microwaves are like TV waves, radio waves, or light waves.
You cannot see them, but you can see the results of what
they do.
Magnetron
A magnetron in the microwave oven produces microwaves.
The microwaves move into the oven where they contact
food as it turns on the turntable.
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by the food.
Oven cavity
Metal floor Glass turntable
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not absorb the energy.
RADIO INTERFERENCE
Using your microwave oven may cause interference to your radio, TV, or similar equipment. When there is
interference, you can reduce it or remove it by:
‡ Cleaning the door and sealing surfaces of the oven.
‡ Adjusting the receiving antenna of the radio or television.
‡ Moving the receiver away from the microwave oven.
‡ Plugging WKHPLFURZDYHRYHQLQWRDGLçHUHQWRXWOHWVRWKDWWKHPLFURZDYHRYHQDQGUHFHLYHUDUHRQ
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COOKING COMPARISON GUIDE
MICROWAVE
COOKING
METHOD
Microwave energy is
distributed evenly throughout
the oven for fast, thorough
cooking of food.
HEAT
SOURCE
BENEFITS
Microwave energy.
CONVECTION
COMBINATION
Hot air circulates around food Microwave energy and
to produce browned exteriors convection heat combine to
and sealed-in juices.
shorten the cooking time of
regular ovens, while browning
and sealing in juices.
Circulating heated air.
Microwave energy and
circulating heated air.
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from microwave energy.
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from convection heat.
FOR THE BEST COOKING RESULTS
v$OZD\VFRRNIRRG for the shortest cooking time recommended. Check to see how the food is cooking. If
needed, touch Add 30 Sec while the oven is operating, or after the cooking cycle is over (see the "Add
30 Sec" section).
v6WLr, turn over, or rearrange the food being cooked about halfway through the cooking time for all recipes.
This will help ensure that the food is evenly cooked.
v 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.
v The metal shelf is used for cooking certain items and should be removed from the microwave oven when not
needed. Do not store metal shelf in the microwave oven.
COOKWARE GUIDE
Microwave Cooking
Most heat-resistant, non-metallic cookware is safe for use in y our microwave oven. However, to test cookware before
using, follow these steps":
1. Place the empty cookware in the microwave oven.
2. Measure 1 cup (250ml) 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
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.
Combination 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-resisant plastic microwave cookware (safe to 450 0F) may be used, but is not recommended for foods that require
crusting or all-around browning, because plastic is a poor conductor of heat.
COOKWARE
Heat-Resistant Glass, Ceramic Glass
Ceramics, China
MICROWAVE
CONVECTION
COMBINATION
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
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No
No
No
gold or silver trim.)
Metal Cookware
Non Heat-Resistant Glass
Microwave-Safe Plastic
Plastic Wrap, Wax Paper
Paper Products
Straw, Wicker, and Wood
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
EN-8
HOW TO USE ACCESSORIES
Glass Turntable
: Possible to use
: Recommended method
X : Do not use
Metal Rack
MICROWAVE
CONVECTION
COMBINATION
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OPERATING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
‡ Never lean on or allow a child to swing on the door when it is open.
‡ Use hot pads to handle food containers. 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 dr\pRZHUs, fruit, herbs, wood, paper, gourds, or clothes in the oven.
‡ Do not start a microwave oven when it is empty. This may shorten the life-span of the oven. To practice
programming, put a container of water in the oven before starting.
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allows microwaves to pass through it.
‡ Do not operate the microwave oven unless the glass turntable is securely in place and can rotate freely.
The turntable can rotate 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 breaking it.
‡ When using 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.
‡ 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 overheat. The liquid may splash during or after
KHDWLQJRUZKHQDGGLQJLQJUHGLHQWVFRIIHHJUDQXOHs, tea bags, etc.). This can harm you or damage the
microwave oven.
‡ Microwaves may not reach the center of a roast. The heat spreads from the outer to the center 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. 0LFURZDYDEOHXWHQVLOVDUHQRWVXLWDEOHDQGLWLVGLèFXOWWRPDLQWDLQDSSURSULDWH
deep-frying temperatures.
‡ Do not overcook potatoes. At the end of the recommended cooking time SRWDWRHVVKRXOGEHVOLJKWO\oUP
because they will continue cooking during standing time. After microwaving, let potatoes stand for 5
minutes7KH\ZLOOoQLVKFRRNLQJZKLOHVWDQGLQg.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
If your electric power line or outlet voltage is less than AC 110 volts, cooking times may be longer. Have a
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EN-9
SPECIFICATIONS
AC Line Voltage
AC Power Required
120V AC, 60 Hz
1650W/14.0amps
Microwave Output Power
* 1050 W
Overall Dimensions(WxHxD)
29 7/8" X 17 9 /16" X 16 1/16"
Oven Cavity Dimensions(WxHxD)
21 1/4" X 915/16" X 1423/32"
1.8 cu.ft
Capacity of Oven Cavity
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MICROWAVE OVEN FEATURES
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The 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:
1. Metal Shielded Window: The shield
prevents microwaves from escaping.
It is designed as a screen to allow you
to view food as it cooks.
2. Model and Serial Number Plate
3. Cooking Guide label
A
B
C
A. Glass Turntable
B. Support
C. Hub
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3
6
4. Vent Top
5. Glass Turntable:
The turntable reverses rotation each time the
microwave oven door is opened and closed.
This helps cook food evenly. Do not operate the
microwave oven without the turntable in place.
To Install:
Place the support on the oven cavity bottom.
2. Place the glass turntable on the support. Fit the raised,
curved lines in the center of the turntable bottom
between the three spokes of the hub. The rollers on
WKHVXSSRUWVKRXOGoWinside the turntable bottom
ridge.
6. Cooktop Light
7. Grease Filters: See "Caring for the Filters" section.
8. Control Panel: Touch the pads on this panel to
perform all functions.
9. Charcoal Filter: (behind Vent Top):
See "Caring for the Filters" section.
10. Waveguide Cover: DO NOT REMOVE.
NOTE: Not all models come with a charcoal filter.
EN-10
CONTROL PANEL FEATURES
Your microwave oven control panel lets you select the desired cooking function quickly and easily. 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 the “Using Your Microwave Oven” section.
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17
18
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1. Display: The display includes a clock and indicators
that show the time of day, cooking time settings,
cook powers, CombiCook, sensor, quantities, weights
and cooking functions selected.
1a. SENSOR: Icon displayed when using sensor
cook.
1b. TIMER: Icon displayed when timer is being set
or running.
1c. COOK: Icon displayed when starting microwave
cooking.
1d. DEFR: Icon displayed when defrosting food
1e. LOCK: Icon displayed in control lock.
1f. PRESS AGAIN FOR OPTIONS: Icon displayed
when additional options are available.
1g. PRESS START: Icon displayed when a valid
function can be started.
1h. kg','`oz, lb: Icon displayed when choosing the
weight.
1 i . MICRO+CONVECT':'''`Icon displayed when
using combicook.
2. Number Pads: Touch number pads to enter time,
cook power, quantity, weight, or food category.
3a. START: Touch this pad to start or restart a function.
3b. Add 30 Sec.: Touch this pad to cook for 30 seconds at
100% cook power, or to add extra time to your current
cooking cycle.
4. STOP: Touch this pad to erase an incorrect command,
cancel a program during cooking, or to clear the Display.
5. Convection Keep Warm: Touch this pad to
keep food warm.
6. Micro+
+ Conv CombiCook: Touch this pad when
setting a convection microwave and convection cook.
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1h
7. Convection Bake/Roast: Touch this pad when
setting a convection bake or roast.
8. Clock & Settings: Touch this pad to enter the correct time
of day or set options.
9. Melt/Soften: Touch this pad to melt or soften
selected items.
10.Popcorn: Touch this pad to pop one of three bag
sizes of popcorn without entering a cook time or
power. Remove metal rack before cooking popcorn .
11. Light On/Nite/Off: Touch this pad to turn the light on high,
QLJKWORZRURff.
12. Vent set Delay: Touch this pad to set the delay before the
vent turns off.
13. Vent 4 Speeds-off: TRXFKWKLVSDGWRchoose one of four speeds.
14. Sensor Reheat: Touch this pad to reheat
microwavable foods without entering a cook
time or power.
15. Sensor Cook: Touch this pad to cook microwavable
foods without entering a cook time or power.
16. Time Cook: Touch this pad, followed by
Number Pads, to set a cooking time.
17. Auto Defrost: Touch this pad, followed by Number
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weight.
18. Kitchen Timer: Touch this pad to set the kitchen timer.
19. Power level: Touch this pad after the cook time has been
set, followed by a Number Pad to set the amount of
microwave energy released to cook the food. The higher
the number, the higher the microwave power or "cooking
speed."
EN-11
Microwave Cooking Tips
Amount of Food
Releasing Pressure in Foods
v,I\RXLQFUHDVHRUGHFUHDVH 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 readiness and, if
necessary, add more time in small increments.
v6HYHUDOIRRGV (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 Temperature of Food
Using Standing Time
v7KHORZHUWKHWHPSHUDWXUH of the food being
put into the microwave oven, the longer it
takes to cook. Food at room temperature will
reheat quicker than food at refrigerator
temperature.
Composition of Food
v F o o d with a lot of fat and sugar will heat
faster than food containing a lot of water.
Fat and sugar will also reach a higher
temperature than water in the cooking process.
v7KHPRUHGHQVHWKHIRRG the longer it takes
to heat. "Very dense" food, like meat, takes
longer to heat than lighter, more porous food,
like sponge cakes.
Size and Shape
v6PDOOHUSLHFHVRIIRRG will cook faster than
larger pieces. Also, same shaped pieces cook
PRUHHYHQO\WKDQGLçHUHQWO\VKDSHGSLHFHs.
v:LWKIRRGVWKDWKDYHGLçHUHQWWKLFNQHVVHVthe
thinner parts will cook faster than the thicker
parts. Place the thinner parts of chicken wings
and legs in the center of the dish.
Stirring and Turning Foods
v6WLrring and turning foods spreads heat quickly
to the center of the dish and avoids overcooking
at the outer edges of the food.
v$OZD\VDOORZIRRGWRVWDQG either in or out of the oven,
after cooking power stops. Standing time after defrosting
and cooking allows the temperature to evenly spread
throughout the food, improving the cooking results. For
inside oven standing time, you can program a "0" power
second stage of the cooking cycle. See Two-Stage Cooking.
v 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 to remove the food
from the oven and take it to the serving table. However,
with a larger, denser food item, the standing time may
be as long as 10 minutes.
Arranging Food
For best results, place food evenly on the plate. You can
do this in several ways:
v,I\RXDUHFRRNLQJVHYHUDOLWHPVRIWKHVDPHIRRG
such as baked potatoes, place them in a ring pattern for
uniform cooking.
v 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.
v Layer thin slices of meat on top of each other.
v :KHQ\RXFRRNRUUHKHDWZKROHILVK score the skin - this
prevents cracking.
v'RQRW let food or a container touch the top or sides of
the oven. This will prevent possible arcing. Arcing is a
spark that can cause damage to the oven interior.
Covering Food
v Cover food to reduce splattering, shorten cooking
times, and keep food moist.
You can use any covering that lets microwaves
pass through. See "Getting to Know Your Microwave
Oven" for materials that microwaves will
pass through.
EN-12
Using Aluminum Foil
NOTE: Metal containers should not be used in a microwave oven. There are, however, some exceptions. If you
have purchased food 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. When using aluminum containers without package instructions, follow these guidelines:
v3ODFHWKHFRQWDLQHULQDJODVVERZODQGDGGVRPHwater so that it covers the bottom of the container
more than 1/4 in. (.60 cm). This ensures even heating of the container bottom.
v$OZD\VUHPRYHWKHOLGWRDYRLGGDPDJHWRWKHRYHn.
v8VHRQO\XQGDPDJHGFRQWDLQHUs.
v'RQRWXVHFRQWDLQHUVWDOOHUWKDQLn. (1.9 cm).
v7KHFRQWDLQHUPXVWEHDWOHDVWKDOIoOOHd.
vTo avoid arcing, there must be a minimum of 1/4 in. (.60 cm) between the aluminum container and the walls
of the oven and also between two aluminum containers.
v$OZD\VSODFHWKHFRQWDLQHURQWKHWXUQWDEOe.
v6KLHOd, with small pieces of aluminum foil, parts of food that may cook quickly; such as wing tips and leg
ends of poultry.
v+HDWLQJIRRGLQDOXPLQXPIRLOFRQWDLQHUVXVXDOO\WDkes 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 used.
vLet food stand for 2 to 3 minutes after heating so that heat is spread evenly throughout container.
Cooking you should not do in your microwave oven
v'RQRWSXWFDQQHGIRRGVLQWKHRYHn. Closed glass jars may explode, resulting in damage to the oven.
v'RQRWXVHWKHPLFURZDYHRYHQWRVWHULOL]HREMHFWVEaby bottles, etc,WLVGLèFXOWWRkeep the oven at the
high temperature needed for sterilization.
EN-13
Using Your Microwave Oven
SETTING CONTROL LOCK ON/OFF ( Control Panel
Feature 8)
This section gives instructions for operating each
function. Please read this section carefully.
To turn ON Control Lock touch Clock & Settings
twice.
CLOCK & SETTINGS (Control Panel Feature 8)
The microwave oven has settings that allow you to
customize the operation for your convience. Below is
the table showing the various settings. Touch the Clock
& Settings key multiple times to scroll to the desired
setting function.
Key press
¬
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
Option
2.
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Clock & Settings
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Clock & Settings
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Clock & Settings
Turntable On/Off
Clock & Settings
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3.
Time of day
if time of day was set
To turn OFF the Control Lock, touch Clock & Settings
then touch
Clock & Settings
SETTING TURNTABLE ON/OFF (Control Panel
Feature 8)
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Clock & Settings
Press Turntable On-Off to turn the turntable on or
off.
Clock & Settings
SETTING CLOCK (Control Panel Feature 8)
For best cooking results, leave the turntable on. It
can be turned off for large dishes. Turntable cannot
be turned off in convection or preprogrammed cycles.
The clock can be disabled when the microwave is
first plugged in and the STOP key is selected.
To re-enable the clock follow clock instructions.
Touch:
1.
Example: To set the clock for 10:59.
Touch:
Display Shows:
Display Shows:
2.
1.
3.
2.
1
0
5
9
4.
CAUTION: Sometimes the turntable can become
hot to the touch during and after cooking. Do not
run the oven empty without food in it.
3.
NOTE:
v If you begin to enter in an incorrect time (e.g. 2:89)
the 8 is an invalid digit and cannot be entered.
Enter the correct time.
v,I\RXWRXFKSTOP ZKLOHVHWWLQJWKHFORFk, the
display will show the last time of day set or a
blank display if no time of day has been set.
EN-14
USING CLEAN (Control Panel Feature 8)
TURNING VOLUME HI/MED/LOW/OFF (Control Panel
Feature 8)
To enter Clean mode touch Clock & Settings
four times.
This is a preset timed cycle to boil water creating
steam to soften soils inside the microwave oven.
When the cycle is done remove the water and
wipe the inside of the microwave with cloth.
Audible signals are available to guide you when
setting and using your oven.
v A programming tone will sound each time you
touch a pad.
v Three tones signal the end of a Kitchen Timer
countdown.
v Three tones signal the end of a cooking cycle.
Example: To turn audible signal on VOLUME HIGH.
NOTE: Measure 2 cups of water into a microwave safe
cup then place in the microwave oven.
To get rid of odors inside the oven add some lemon
juice or vinegar into the water.
Touch:
Display Shows:
Touch:
1.
1.
2.
2.
Display Shows:
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
6.
5.
NOTE: 3 second display then move to next volume
selection if the start key is not pressed.
6.
When the cooking cycle is completed END will be
displayed and the audible signal will sound if the
sound is turned on.
EN-15
SETTING WEIGHT LB/KG (Control Panel Feature 8)
Example: To toggle weight between pounds &
kilograms.
Touch:
Display Shows:
5.
1.
2.
6.
3.
7.
4.
8.
When START is pressed and the previous setting was
OFF then it will be set to ON.
5.
SETTING KITCHEN TIMER (Control Panel Feature 18)
Your microwave oven can be used as a kitchen
timer. You can set up to 99 minutes, 99 seconds.
The kitchen timer can be used while the microwave
oven is running.
Example: To set for three minutes.
6.
Touch:
7.
1.
If the display shows kg, pressing the START
button will reset the oven controls to lbs.
2.
SETTING DEMO MODE ON/OFF (Control Panel
Feature 8)
3
Display Shows:
0
0
3.
Timer starts
counting down
Example: To enter Demo mode.
Touch:
NOTE: Timer count down does not stop even if the
door is open. To cancel the timer, press the STOP
key once.
Display Shows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
EN-16
USING COOKTOP LIGHT (Control Panel Feature 11)
USING VENT FAN (Control Panel Feature 13)
The pad controls the 4-speed vent fan. If the vent fan
is OFF the first touch of the Vent pad will turn the fan
on TURBO, second touch HIGH, third touch MEDIUM,
fourth touch LOW,fifth touch OFF.
Example: To set the vent fan speed to HIGH from
the OFF position.
Touch:
The pad controls the cooktop light. If the light is OFF
the first touch of the light pad will turn the light ON
(high), second touch Nite(low) and third touch OFF.
Example: To set the light for HIGH from the OFF
position.
Display Shows:
Touch:
1.
Display Shows:
1.
2.
Turn off fan when desired
SETTING TIMED COOK (Control Panel Feature 16)
NOTE: If the temperature from the range or
cooktop below the oven gets too hot, the vent
fan will automatically turn on to protect the oven.
It may stay on up to an hour to cool the oven.
When this occurs, the Vent pad will not turn the
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100% power.
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
USING VENT DELAY (Control Panel Feature 12)
2. 5
Once the vent speed is set this pad can be used
to control how long the vent will stay on before
automatically turning off.
Example: Set the delay time 10 minutes at HIGH
speed from the OFF position.
Touch:
Display Shows:
3
0
3.
Time counting down
INTERRUPTING COOKING
1.
You can stop the oven during a cycle by opening
the door. The oven stops heating and the fan turns
Rff, but the light stays on.
To restart cooking , close the door and Touch.
2.
3.
4.
If you do not want to continue cooking, open the
door and touch
5.
6.
USING ONE TOUCH START
7.
This is a time saving pad that will automatically
start cooking 2 seconds after selected. Numeric key
1 to 9 can be touched for a 1 minute to 9 minutes
automatic start cooking feature.
Touch:
Display Shows:
1. 2
Time counting down
EN-17
SETTING TWO-STAGE COOKING
USING ADD 30 SEC. (Control Panel Feature 3b)
For best resultsVRPHUHFLSHVFDOOIRUGLIIHUHQW
power levels during a cook cycle. You can
program your oven for two power level stages
during the cooking cycle.
This is a time-saving pad,WLVDVLPSOLoHGIHDWXUH
that lets you quickly set and start microwave
cooking at 100% power.
Example: To cook for one minute.
Touch:
Example: To set a 2-stage cook cycle. The first stage
is a 3 minute cook time at 80% cook power then a
7 minute cook time at 50% cook power.
Touch:
Display Shows:
Display Shows:
1.
1.
2.
2.
3
0
0
To set a 3 minute cook
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Time counting down
3.
NOTE: Each time you touch ADD 30 SEC, it will
add 30 seconds up to 99 minutes99 seconds .
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4.
SETTING TIMED COOKING WITH POWER LEVEL
To set an 80% cook
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and power. For best results, there are 10 power
level settings in addition to HIGH (100%) power.
Refer to the "Microwave Power Levels" table.
5.
NOTE: If you do not select a power level, the oven
will automatically cook at HIGH (100%) power.
6. 7
0
To set a 7 minute cook
power for the second stage.
Example: TRFRRNIRUoYHPLQXWHVVHFRQGVDW
80% power.
Touch:
0
Display Shows:
7.
1.
8.
2. 5
3
0
To set a 50% cook power
for the second stage.
NOTE: You can program a "0" power
second stage for standing time inside
the oven.
3.
4.
5
8
9.
Time counting down
5.
Time counting down
EN-18
MICROWAVE POWER LEVELS
For best resultsVRPHUHFLSHVFDOOIRUGLIIHUHQWFRRN
powers. The lower the cook power, the slower the
cooking. Each number from 1 to 9 stands for a
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The table also tells you when to use each cook power.
Follow recipe or food package instructions if
available.
NOTE: Refer to a reliable cookbook for cooking
times based on the 1050 Watt cook power of
your microwave oven.
The following table gives the percentage of cook
power each number pad stands for, and the cook
power name usually used.
COOK POWER
100% of full power
LEVEL
High
WHEN TO USE IT
v4XLFNO\KHDWLQJFRQYHQLHQFHIRRGVDQGIRRGV
with high water content, such as soup and
beverages.
v&ooking tender cuts of meat, ground meat or
chicken.
9 = 90% of full power
v Heating cream soups.
8 = 80% of full power
v Heating rice, pasta, or casseroles.
7 = 70% of full power
Medium-High
v&ooking that requires special care, such as
cheese and egg dishes, pudding, and custards.
v Finishing cooking casseroles.
6 = 60% of full power
5 = 50% of full power
Medium
v&RRNLQJKDm, whole poultry, and pot roasts.
v6immering stews.
v0elting chocolate.
v Heating pastries.
4 = 40% of full power
3 = 30% of full power
v&RRNLQJDQGKHDWLQJIRRGVWKDWQHHGD
Cook Power lower than High (for exampleZKROH
fish and meat loaf) or when food is cooking too fast.
v Reheating a single serving of food.
Medium-Low, Defrostv0DQXDOO\GHIURVWLQJSUHFRRked and other foods,
such as breadoVh, meats and poultry.
v6oftening butter, cheese, and ice cream.
2 = 20% of full power
1 = 10% of full power
Low
0 = 0% of full power
None
v Keeping food warm.
v Taking chill out of fruit.
v6WDQGLQJWLPHLQRYHn.
EN-19
USING AUTO DEFROST(Control Panel Feature 17) OPERATING TIPS
vFor best resultsUHPRYHoVhVKHOOoVh, 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.
vFor best results, roll your ground meat into a ball
before freezing. During the DEFROST cycle, the
microwave will signal when it is time to turn the
meat over6FUDSHRIIDQ\H[FHVVIURVWIURP
the meat and continue defrosting.
v3ODFHIRRGVLQDVKDOORZFRQWDLQHURURQD
microwave roasting rack to catch drippings.
This table shows food type selections and the
weights you can set for each type. For best results,
loosen or remove covering on food.
Four defrost sequences are preset in the oven.
The auto defrost feature provides you with the best
defrosting method for frozen foods. The cooking guide
will show you which defrost sequence is recommended
for the food you are defrosting.
For added convenience, the Auto Defrost includes a
built-in beep mechanism that reminds you to check,
turn over, separate, or rearrange the food in order to
get the best defrost results. Four different defrosting
levels are provided:
1. MEAT
2. POULTRY
3. FISH
4.BREAD
Available weight is 0.1-6.0 lbs
KEY
PRESS
Category
Example: To defrost 1.2 lbs of fish.
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
2.
WEIGHTS YOU
CAN SET
(tenths of a pound)
Auto Defrost
Meat
0.1 to 6.0
Auto Defrost
Poultry
0.1 to 6.0
Auto Defrost
Fish
0.1 to 6.0
Auto Defrost
Bread
0.1 to 6.0
Weight conversion table
3.
You are probably used to measuring food 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.
4.
5.
1
and 2
Equivalent Weight
To enter weight
6.
Time counting down
NOTE:
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 to resume the
defrost cycle.
OUNCES
1.6
3.2
4.0
4.8
6.4
8.0
9.6
11.2
12.0
12.8
14.4
16.0
DECIMAL WEIGHT
.10
.20
.25 One-Quarter Pound
.30
.40
.50 One-Half Pound
.60
.70
.75 Three-Quarters Pound
.80
.90
1.0 One Pound
NOTE: If between two decimal weights, choose the lower
weight for the best defrosting results.
EN-20
AUTO DEFROST TABLE
NOTE: Meat of irregular shape and large, fatty cuts of meat should have the narrow or fatty areas shielded with
foil at the beginning of the defrost sequence.
MEAT SETTINGS
FOOD
SETTING
AT BEEP
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
BEEF
Ground Beef,
Bulk
MEAT
Remove thawed portions with fork.
Turn over. Return remainder to oven.
Do not defrost less than 1/4 lb.
Freeze in ball shape.
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 in a microwave safe dish.
Tenderloin
Steak
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Stew Beef
MEAT
Remove thawed portions with fork.
Separate remainder.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Pot Roast,
Chuck Roast
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Rib Roast
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Rolled Rump
Roast
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
LAMB
Cubes for
Stew
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Chops
(1 inch thick)
MEAT
Separate and rearrange.
Return remainder to oven.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
PORK
Chops
(1/2 inch thick)
MEAT
Separate and rearrange.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Hot Dogs
MEAT
Separate and rearrange.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Spareribs
Country-style
Ribs
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Sausage,
Links
MEAT
Separate and rearrange.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Sausage,
Bulk
MEAT
Remove thawed portions with fork.
Turn over. Return remainder to oven.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Loin Roast,
Boneless
MEAT
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
EN-21
AUTO DEFROST TABLE (CONTINUED)
POULTRY SETTINGS
FOOD
SETTING
AT BEEP
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
CHICKEN
Whole
(up to 6 lbs)
POULTRY
Turn over breast side down. Cover warm
areas with aluminum foil.
Separate pieces and rearrange.
Place chicken breast-side up in a
microwave safe dish. Finish defrosting
by immersing in cold water. Remove
giblets when chicken is partially
defrosted.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Finish defrosting by immersing in cold
water.
Cut-up
CORNISH
HENS
Whole
POULTRY
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Finish defrosting by immersing in cold
water.
TURKEY
Breast
(up to 6 lbs)
POULTRY
Turn over. Cover warm areas with
aluminum foil.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Finish defrosting by immersing in cold
water.
FISH SETTINGS
FOOD
SETTING
AT BEEP
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
FISH
Fillets
FISH
Turn over6HSDUDWHoOOHWVZKHQ
partially thawed, if possible.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
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water.
Steaks
FISH
Separate and rearrange.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
5XQFROGZDWHURYHUWRoQLVK
defrosting.
Whole
FISH
Turn over.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Cover head and tail with foil; do not
let foil touch sides of microwave.
Finish defrosting by immersing in cold
water.
Crab meat
FISH
Break apart. Turn over.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Lobster tails
FISH
Turn over and rearrange.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Shrimp
FISH
Separate and rearrange.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
Scallops
FISH
Separate and rearrange.
Place in a microwave safe dish.
SHELLFISH
EN-22
DEFROSTING TIPS
v:KHQXVLQJ$XWR'HIURVt, the weight to be entered is the
net weight (the weight of the food minus the container).
v%HIRUHVWDUWLQg, make sure to remove any and all metal
twist-ties that often come with frozen food bags, and
replace them with strings or elastic bands.
v2SHQFRQWDLQHUs, such as cartons, before placing in the
oven.
v$OZD\VVOLWRUSLHUFHSODVWLFSRXFKHVRUSDFkaging.
v,IIRRGLVIRLOZUDSSHd, remove foil and place food in a
suitable container.
v6OLWWKHVNLQRIVNLQQHGIRRd, such as sausage.
v7KHVKDSHRIWKHSDFkDJHDIIHFWVKRZTXLFNO\IRRGZLOO
defrost. Shallow packages will defrost more quickly than
a deep block.
v$VIRRGEHJLQVWRGHIURVt, separate the pieces.
Separated pieces defrost more easily.
v8VHVPDOOSLHFHVRIDOXPLQXPIRLOWRVKLHOGSDUWVRIIRRd
such as chicken wings, leg tipsoVKWDLOs, 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.
vFor better results, let food stand after defrosting.
(For more information on standing time, see the
"Microwave Cooking Tips" section).
v%HQGSODVWLFSRXFKHVRIIRRGWRHQVXUHHYHQGHIURVWLQg.
v$OZD\VXQGHUHVWLPDWHGHIURVWLQJWLPe. If defrosted food
is still icy in the center, return it to the microwave oven
for more defrosting.
v7KHOHQJWKRIGHIURVWLQJWLPHYDULHVDFFRUGLQJWRKRZ
solidly the food is frozen.
v Turn over food during defrosting or standing time.
Break apart and remove food as required.
EN-23
SENSOR OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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.
1 . Food cooked with the sensor system should be at normal
storage temperature.
2 . Always use microwavable containers.
3. Match the amount to the size of the container.
Fill containers at least half full for best results.
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.
5. Foods should always be covered with microwavable
plastic wrap, waxed paper, or a lid. Never use tightsealing plastic covers. They can prevent steam from
escaping and cause food to overcook.
6. Do not open the door or touch the STOP 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 SENSOR COOK (Control Panel Feature 15)
USING SENSOR REHEAT (Control Panel Feature 14)
Using SENSOR COOK lets you cook common
microwave-prepared foods without needing to
program times and cook powers.
Using SENSOR REHEAT lets you reheat common
microwave-prepared foods without selecting cooking
times and power levels.
Example: To cook frozen breakfast with sensor.
Example: To reheat casserole with sensor reheat.
Touch:
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
Display Shows:
1.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
5.
6.
6.
7.
Sensor Reheat selections are made by touching the
Sensor Reheat key multiple times.
8.
Sensor Cook selections are made by touching the
Sensor Cook key multiple times.
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SENSOR COOK TABLE
DIRECTION
CATEGORY
Potato
Fresh Veggies
Frozen Veggies
Pierce with fork in several places. Place on paper towel
on turntable. After cooking, remove from oven and let
stand wrapped in foil for 5 to 10 minutes.
Wash and place in casserole. Add no water if
vegetables have just been washed. Cover with lid for
tender vegetables. Use plastic wrap for tender-crisp
vegetables.After cooking, stir, if possible.Let stand,
covered, for 2 to 5 minutes.
Add no water. Cover with lid or plastic wrap.After
cooking, stir and let stand,covered, for 3 minutes.
AMOUNT
1-4
1-4 cups
1-4 cups
Place bacon strips on a microwave bacon rack for best
results. (Use dinner plate lined with paper towels if rack
is not available).
1-3 slices
Place in an appropriately sized microwave container.
Cover with plastic wrap. After cooking, stir and allow
to stand for 3 minutes.
10 oz./ 20 oz.
Place rice and twice as much liquid (water, chicken
or vegetable stock) in a 2 quart mic rowave dish.
Cover with plastic wrap and vent. After cooking,
allow to stand for 10 minutes. Stir for fluffier rice.
1-2 cups
Use medium or long
grain rice. Cook
instant rice according
to directions on the
package.
Frozen Breakfast
Place in an appropriately sized microwave container.
Cover with plastic wrap. After cooking, stir and allow
to stand for 3 minutes.
8/12 oz.
Frozen Pizza
Remove from package.
Place on an appropriately sized microwavable plate.
For prepackaged microwavable pizza follow the
instructions on the package.
12 oz.
Bacon
Frozen Dinner
Rice
SENSOR REHEAT TABLE
DIRECTION
CATEGORY
AMOUNT
Beverage
Do not cover.
1-3 cups
Dinner Plate
Place on a low plate. Cover with vented plastic wrap.
Let stand 3 minutes after cooking.
1 Plate
Pizza
Place the pizza on a plate in the center of the turntable.
Do not cover.
1-4 slices
Soup/Sauce
Place in shallow microwavable casserole. Cover with
vented plastic wrap. After cooking, stir and let stand 3
minutes.
1-2 cups
Casserole/
Lasagna
Place in a microwavable bowl or casserole. Cover with
vented plastic wrap. After cooking, stir and let stand 3
minutes.
1-4 Servings
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USING QUICK TOUCH
Your microwave has preprogrammed selections to
cook food automatically.
SETTING POPCORN (Control Panel Feature 10)
The Popcorn quick touch pad lets you pop 3.3,
3.0, 1.75 ounce bags of commercially packaged
microwave popcorn. Pop only one package at
a time. If you are using a microwave popcorn
popper, follow manufacturer's instructions.
NOTE: Remove the metal shelf from microwave
oven when cooking popcorn. Do not use regular
paper bags. Do not re-pop unpopped kernals.
Do not pop popcorn in glass cookware.
Example: To pop a 3.3 oz. popcron.
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
2.
Time counting down
Key press Selection
Popcorn
3.3
Popcorn
3.0
1.75
Popcorn
Amount
3.3 oz (94g)
3.0 oz (85g)
1.75 oz (50g)
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SETTING MELT/SOFTEN (Control panel Feature 9)
MELT/SOFTEN TABLE
The oven uses low power to melt and soften items.
See the following table.
CATEGORY
Example: To melt 2 sticks of Butter.
Touch:
Display Shows:
BUTTER
1.
2.
3.
CHOCOLATE
2
ICE CREAM
4.
Time counting down
Key
Food
Melt / Soften x1
Melt Butter
Melt / Soften x2
Melt Chocolate
Melt / Soften x3
Soften Ice Cream
Melt / Soften x4 Soften Cream Cheese
Amount
Key
1 stick
2 sticks
2 oz.
4 oz.
8 oz.
Pint
1.5 Quart
3 oz.
8 oz.
1
2
2
4
8
1
2
3
8
CREAM
CHEESE
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DIRECTION
AMOUNT
1 or 2 sticks
Unwrap and place
in microwavable
container. No need to
cover butter. Stir at
the end of cooking to
complete melting.
Chocolate chips or
2, 4 or 8 oz.
squares of baking
chocolate may be used.
Unwrap squares and
place in microwavable
container. Stir at the
end of cycle to
complete melting.
Place container in oven Pint, 1.5 Quart.
lce cream will be soft
enough to make
scooping easier.
Unwrap and place
in microwavable
container. Cream
cheese will be at
room temperature
and ready for use
in recipe.
3 or 8 oz.
TIPS FOR CONVECTION COOKING
CONVECTION KEEP WARM (Control panel Feature 5)
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
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Your oven uses convection cooking whenever you use the
Convection Button. DO NOT USE THE OVEN WITHOUT THE
TURNTABLE IN PLACE.
1. Always use the metal rack on the turntable or the flat
rectangular wire rack when convection cooking.
2. Do not cover turntable or metal rack with aluminum foil.
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3. Round pizza pans are excellent cooking utensils
for many convection-only items. Choose pans that do not
have extended handles.
4.Use convection cooking for items like souffles, breads, cookies,
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5. 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.
6. 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.
7. All heat-proof cookware or metal utensils can be used in
convection cooking.
8. Use metal utensils only for convection cooking.
Never use for microwave or combination cooking since arcing
and damage to the oven may occur.
9. After preheating, if you do not open the door, the oven will
automatically hold at the preheated temperature for 30
minutes.
PRECAUTIONS
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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 over after convection cooking.
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paper products during any convection.
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The default keep warm temperature is 170 degrees.
Example: TRNHHSZDUPIRUPLQXWHV
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
2. 2
0
0
0
3.
Time counting down
NOTE: If you do not set a keep warm time, just press
Convection Keep Warm then touch START, you can
keep warm up to 90 minutes.
CONVECTION BAKE/ ROAST (Control panel Feature 7)
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Example: TRSUHKHDWWRGHJUHHV
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
2. 8
3.
The display will show PREHEAT up to 200 deg F.
then display temperature in 25 degree increments
(e.g. 225, 250). up to the set temperature.
NOTE:
v When the oven reaches the set preheat temperature,
three (3) tones will sound and the display will scroll the
message "PREHEAT END". The oven will automatically
hold that temperature for 30 minutes.
v During convection cooking, the exhaust fan in the vent
hood will automatically turn on at the low speed setting
to protect the oven.
Example: To set the convection cooking at 350 0F.
for 20 minutes without preheating.
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
2.
3.
6
4.
5.
2
0
0
0
6.
Time counting down
NOTE:
The temperature range has 10 steps from 100 0 F to
450 0 F.
Number Pad
Temperature
1
100 0 F
2
200 0 F
3
250 0 F
4
300 0 F
5
325 0 F
6
350 0 F
7
375 0 F
8
4000 F
9
425 0 F
0
450 0 F
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CONVECTION BAKING GUIDELINES
1. Dark or non-shiny finishes, glass, and pyroceram absorb heat which may result in dry,crisp crusts.
2. Preheating the oven is recommended when baking foods by convection.
3. To prevent uneven heating and save energy, open the oven door to check food as little as possible.
Food
Breads
Cakes
Cookies
Oven Temp.
Time, Min.
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Corn Bread
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375°F
350°F
425°F
1 1 to 14
35 to 40
18 to 22
Popovers
325°F
45 to 55
Nut Bread or Fruit
Bread
Yeast Bread
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325°F
60 to 70
375°F
350°F
16 to 23
13 to 16
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350°F
35 to 40
Fudge brownies
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Cup Cakes
Fruit Cake (loaf)
Gingerbread
Butter Cakes, Cake
Tube Cake
Pound Cake
350°F
325°F
325°F
275°F
300°F
325°F
325°F
325°F
26 to 30
30 to 35
20 to 25
90 to 100
25 to 30
35 to 45
35 to 45
30 to 40
Chocolate Chip
350°F
1 1 to 14
Sugar
350°F
1 1 to 14
350°F
300°F
35 to 40
35 to 40
400°F
30 to 35
300°F
30 to 35
Fruits, Other Baked Apples or
Pears
Desserts
Bread Pudding
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Meringue Shells
Comments
Allow additional time for large biscuits.
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cool slightly on wire rack.
Pierce each popover with a fork after
removing from oven to allow steam to escape.
Place cake pan on rack. If using a 9X13 cake
pan use the flat rectangular wire rack.
Cool in pan 1 0 minutes before inverting on
wire rack.
Place metal tray on rack. Allow extra time
for frozen cookie dough.
Place metal tray on rack.
Bake in cookware with shallow sides.
Pudding is done when knife inserted near
center comes out clean.
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steam after 25 minutes of baking time.
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in oven 1 hour to dry.
Notes:
v The temperatures in the table above are a guideline for your reference. Follow package or recipe instructions.
v The baking time in the table above is only a guideline for your reference. You need to adjust time according to the
food condition or your preference. Check readiness at the minimum time.
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CONVECTION BAKING GUIDELINES (cont'd)
Food
Oven Temp.
Time, Min.
400°F
50 to 60
450°F
400°F
350°F
400°F
9 to 11
50 to 55
30 to 35
10 to 16
Meat, Chicken,
350°F
Seafood Combinations
Pasta
350°F
20 to 40
Potatoes, scalloped
Vegetable
350°F
350°F
55 to 60
25 to 35
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Frozen Entree Frozen
Foods
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Crust
Frozen Pizza
350°F
325°F
400°F
30 to 35
70 to 80
25 to 35
400°F
17 to 21
French Fries Crinkle
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Frozen Cheese Sticks
Frozen Turnovers
450°F
400°F
450°F
450°F
15 to 19
5 to 7
6 to 8
18 to 22
Meat Loaf
Oven-Baked Stew
400°F
325°F
30 to 40
80 to 90
Swiss Steak
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350°F
350°F
60 to 70
40 to 45
Acorn Squash Halves
375°F
55 to 60
Baked Potatoes
Twice-Baked Potatoes
425°F
400°F
50 to 60
25 to 30
Pies, Pastries Frozen Pie
Meringue-Topped
Two-Crust
Quiche
Pastry Shell
Casseroles
Main Dishes
Vegetables
25 to 45
Comments
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
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Follow package directions for preparation.
Follow package directions for preparation.
Let stand 5 minutes before cutting.
Pierce pastry with fork to prevent shrinkage.
Cook times vary with casserole size and
ingredients.
Cook times vary with casserole size and
ingredients.
Let stand 5 minutes before serving.
Cook times vary with casserole size and
ingredients.
Follow package directions for preparation.
Follow package directions for preparation.
Follow package directions for preparation.
Pizza should not extend over the rack.
Follow package directions for preparation.
Pizza should not extend over the rack.
Follow package directions for preparation.
Follow package directions for preparation.
Follow package directions for preparation.
Follow package directions for preparation.
Let stand 5 minutes after cooking.
Brown meat before combining with liquid
and vegetables.
Let stand 2 minutes after cooking.
Use green,red,or yellow peppers.
Add ½ cup water to dish.
Turn squash halves cut side up afrer 30
minutes of cook time and cover.
Pierce skin with fork before baking.
Pierce skin with fork before baking.
Notes:
v The temperatures in the table above are a guideline for your reference. Follow package or recipe instructions.
v The baking time in the table above is only a guideline for your reference. You need to adjust time according to the
food condition or your preference. Check readiness at the minimum time.
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MEAT ROASTING GUIDELINES FOR CONVECTION COOKING
Oven Temp.
Food
Time, Min. / lb.
Rib roast, bone-in
325°F
23 to 25
Rib roast, boneless
325°F
28 to 33
Tenderloin
Pot Roast
300°F
300°F
15 to 20
30 to 35
300°F
30 to 35
Meat Loaf (2 lbs.)
Canned (3-lb. fully cooked)
400°F
325°F
65 to 75
18 to 20
Butt (5-lb. fully cooked)
325°F
18 to 20
Shank (5-lb. fully cooked)
325°F
18 to 20
Lamb
Bone-in
Boneless
300°F
300°F
20 to 25
25 to 30
Pork
Bone-in
300°F
20 to 30
Boneless
300°F
20 to 30
Whole Chicken (2½ to 3½ lbs.)
375°F
25 to 35
Chicken Pieces (2½ to 3½ lbs.)
425°F
10 to 12
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375°F
30 to 35
Turkey Breast (4 to 6 lbs.)
325°F
21 to 25
Fish, whole (3 to 5 lbs.)
400°F
13 to 18
Lobster Tails (6 to 8-oz. each)
350°F
8 to 9
Beef
Chuck, Rump Roast
Ham
Poultry
Seafood
Notes:
v The roasting time in the table above is only a guideline for your reference. You need to adjust the time according to
the food condition or your preference. Check readiness at the minimum time.
v Use a meat thermometer to check the internal temperature of the food.
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TIPS FOR COMBINATION COOKING
MICRO+CONV COMBICOOK (Control panel Feature 6)
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.
Example: To bake 15 minutes at 325 degress default.
Touch:
Display Shows:
1.
2.
HELPFUL HINTS FOR COMBINATION COOKING
1. Meats may be roasted directly on the metal rack or in a
shallow roasting pan placed on the rack. When using the
metal rack, please check your cooking guide for information
on proper use.
2. Less tender cuts of beef can be roasted and tenderized
using oven cooking bags.
3. When baking, check for doneness after cooking time is up.
If not completely done, let stand in oven for a few minutes to
complete cooking.
PRECAUTIONS
1. All cookware used for combination cooking must be BOTH
microwave-safe and oven-safe.
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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.
-If arcing occurs,immediately stop the cooking cycle and
place a microwavable safe dish between the pan and the
metal rack.
-We recommend you use the metal rack supplied with your
oven. It has rubber feet that helps prevent arcing.
-If arcing occurs with other baking cookware, do not use
them for combination cooking.
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3.
1
5
0
0
4.
Time counting down
Bake (Degrees F)
Key
Microwave Setting
325
250
300
325
350
375
400
Default
3
4
5
6
7
8
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
Roast (Degrees F)
Key
Microwave Setting
300
325
350
375
400
425
450
Default
5
6
7
8
9
0
30%
30%
30%
30%
30%
30%
30%
COMBINATION ROAST COOKING GUIDE
Oven Temp.
Food
Beef
Ham
Lamb
Poultry
Seafood
Time, Min. / lb.
Turn over after half of cooking time.
Rib roast, bone-in
Rib roast, boneless
Beef Tenderloin
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325°F
325°F
375°F
300°F
10 to 14
10 to 14
10 to 14
12 to 22
Turn over after half of cooking time.
Canned (3-lb. fully cooked)
Butt (5-lb. fully cooked)
Shank (5-lb. fully cooked)
300°F
300°F
300°F
7 to 9
7 to 9
7 to 9
300°F
13 to 18
300°F
18 to 23
300°F
300°F
14 to 19
19 to 24
375°F
375°F
15 to 17
15 to 18
425°F
375°F
375°F
300°F
15 to 18
22 to 25
15 to 18
11 to 15
350°F
350°F
350°F
350°F
7 to 10
10 to 15
9 to 14
8 to 13
Turn over after half of cooking time.
Bone-in (2 to 4 lbs.)
Medium
Well
Boneless (2 to 4 lbs.)
Medium
Well
Turn over after half of cooking time.
Whole Chicken (2½ to 6 lbs.)
Chicken Pieces (2½ to 6 lbs.)
Cornish Hens (untied)
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Turkey Breast (4 to 6 lbs.)
Fish
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Lobster Tails (6 to 8-oz. each)
hrimp (1 to 2 lbs.)
Scallops (1 to 2 lbs.)
Notes:
v The roasting time in the table above is only a guideline for your reference. You need to adjust the time according to
the food condition or your preference. Check doneness at the minimum time.
v Use a meat thermometer to check the internal temperature of the food.
COMBINATION BAKE COOKING GUIDE
Food
Pies, Pastries Quiche
Frozen Entree
Convenience
Pizza
Foods
Vegetables Baked Potatoes
Oven Temp.
Time, Min.
Comments
425°F
15 to 17
Let stand 5 minutes before cutting.
375°F
450°F
450°F
39 to 43
4 to 6
23 to 26
Follow package directions for preparation.
Follow package directions for preparation.
Pierce skin with a fork before baking.
Place on rack.
Notes:
v The time in the table 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 on the package.
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Caring for Your Microwave Oven
In order to ensure that your microwave oven looks good and works well for a long time, you
should maintain it properly. For proper care, please follow these instructions 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.
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.
Over time, surfaces may stain as a result of food
particles splattering during cooking. This is normal.
For stubborn soil: Boil a cup of water in the oven
To clean glass turntable and turntable support: Wash
for two to three minutes.
in mild, sudsy water. For heavily
Glass turntable
Steam will soften the soil.
soiled areas, use a mild cleanser
To get rid of odors inside the
and scouring sponge.
oven, boil a cup of water with
The glass turntable and turntable
some lemon juice or vinegar in
support are dishwasher safe.
it.
NOTE: Use the Clean option in
Clock & Settings for a preset timed
cycle for stubborn soil cleaning.
Turntable
support
EN-35
CARING FOR THE FILTERS
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NOTE: Models are shipped for recirculating exhaust (To duct air outside reference the Installation Instructions
book included with your microwave.). Some models have a disposable charcoal filter installed to help remove
smoke and odors. Replacement oOWHUs are available from Sears by calling 1-800-4-MY-HOME. The charcoal filter
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Grease filters (Part No. 5304499583)
1. Unplug microwave oven or disconnect power.
Charcoal filters (Part No. 5304488379)
1. Unplug microwave oven or disconnect power.
2. To remove grease filter, pull filter latch downward.
The filter will drop out.
2. Open the microwave door and remove the two
vent mounting screws located on top of the
microwave using a #1
# Phillips screwdriver.
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detergent. Scrub and swish to remove
embedded dirt and grease. Rinse well and
shake to dry'RQRWFOHDQoOWHUZLWK
ammonia, corrosive cleaning agents, such
as lye-based oven cleaners, or place them
in a dishwasher. The filters will turn black or
become damaged.
3. Slide the vent left and tip forward. Lift out to
remove.
4. Install the charcoal filter. Lay the filter on the back
of the grille with the black mesh face upper.
Tabs
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slot on back side of the opening. PXVKoOWHU
upward and lock into place.
Charcoal filter
5. Reinstall the vent by sliding the bottom of the
vent into place. Push the vent top into position
and slide right into place. Replace the two vent
mounting screws located on top of the microwave #
#
using a #1 Phillips screwdriver.#
5. Plug in microwave oven or reconnect power.
NOTE: Do not operate the hood without the
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6. Close the microwave door. Plug in microwave
oven or reconnect power.
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REPLACING THE COOKTOP AND
OVEN CAVITY LIGHTS
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straight out.
The cooktop lights
1. Unplug microwave oven or disconnect power.
4. Lift up the light cover.
2. Remove the light cover mounting screw for the
specific LED light you want to replace.
3. Replace with 1.5w LED light, the part number is
5304499540.
5. Remove burnt out LED light and replace only
with an equivalent 1.5 watt LED light available
from parts distributor, the part number is
5304499540.
4. Re-install light cover and mounting screw.
5. Plug in microwave oven or reconnect power.
The oven cavity light
1. Unplug microwave oven or disconnect power.
6. Replace the light cover.
2. Open the microwave door and remove the two
vent mounting screws located on top of the microwave
using a #1#Phillips screwdriver.
7. Reinstall the vent by sliding the bottom of the
vent into place. Push the vent top into position
and slide right into place. Replace the two vent
mounting screws located on top of the microwave #
using a #1#Phillips screwdriver.#
8. Close the microwave door. Plug in microwave oven
or reconnect power.
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Questions and Answers
QUESTIONS
ANSWERS
Can I operate my microwave oven without the glass
No. If you remove or turn over the glass turntable, you
turntable or turn the turntable over to hold a
will get poor cooking results.
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Can I use either metal or aluminum pans in
my microwave oven?
You can use aluminum foil for shielding (use small, flat pieces),
small skewers, and shallow foil trays (if tray is no taller
than 3/4 in>FP@GHHSDQGLVILOOHGZLWKIRRGWR
absorb microwave energy). Never allow metal to touch
walls or door.
Is it normal for the turntable to turn in
either direction?
Yes. The turntable reverses rotation each time the
microwave oven door is opened and closed. This helps
cook food evenly.
Sometimes the door of my microwave oven
appears wavy. Is this normal?
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the operation of your oven.
What are the humming noises that I hear when
my microwave oven is operating?
You may hear the sound of the transformer when
the magnetron tube cycles on.
Why does the dish become hot when I microwave
food in it? 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 time" mean?
"Standing time" means that after the timed cooking period
ends, food should be allowed to stand either inside or
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oven standing time will allow the oven to be available for
other use. For inside oven standing time, you can program
a "0" power second stage of the cooking cycle. See TwoStage Cooking.
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.
Can I pop popcorn in my microwave oven?
Yes. Use the microwave oven popcorn selection. Do not use
regular paper bags. Do not re-pop unpopped kernels.
Do not pop popcorn in glass cookware. Remove the metal
shelf from microwave oven when cooking popcorn.
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Troubleshooting
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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
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outlet. (See the "Electrical Requirements "and " Electrical
Connection" sections.)
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vYou are using the oven as a timer. Touch STOP to cancel
the Kitchen Timer.
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vYou did not touch START.
vYou did not follow directions exactly.
v$QRSHUDWLRQWKDW\RXVHWHDUOLHULVVWLOOUXQQLQg. Touch STOP to
cancel that operation.
The microwave oven will not run.
COOKING TIMES
PROBLEM
CAUSE
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than normal. Your electric company can tell you if the line voltage
is low. Your electrician or service technician can tell you if the
outlet voltage is low.
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Microwave Power Levels chart.
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.
Food is not cooked enough.
The display shows a time
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counting down but the vYou have set the controls as a Kitchen Timer. Touch STOP to
oven is not cooking.
cancel the Kitchen Timer.
TURNTABLE
PROBLEM
CAUSE
The turntable will not turn.
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v7KHKXELVQRWRSHUDWLQJFRUUHFWOy. Remove the turntable and
restart the oven. If the hub still does not move, call Sears
Service at 1-800-4-MY-HOME. Cooking without the turntable can
give you poor results .
TONES
PROBLEM
CAUSE
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programming or
end-of-cycle tone.
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