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(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 inlerlocks. Under normal condition the oven will not operate with the door
open.
(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.
(c) Do not operate the oven if it is damaged. It is particularly important lhat the oven door
close properly and that there is no damage to the :
(1) door(bent)
(2) hinges and latches (broken or loosened)
(3) door seals and sealing sudaces.
(d) The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified service
personnel.
EXAMINE
YOUR OVEN
Unpack oven, remove all packing material.
Examine the oven for any damage such as dents, broken door latches or cracks in the door.
Check that none of the accessories are missing, by following the list below.
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Roller Ring
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Oven Rack
To be used for Microwave
and Combination cooking
with Glass Tray.
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Glass Tray
To be used for Bake and
Broil cooking.
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Operating
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Cookbook
Instructions
To be used for Microwave
and Combination cooking
with Roller Ring.
Notify dealer immediately
if oven is damaged. DO NOT install if oven is damaged.
The serial number of this product may be found on
the right side of the oven door opening. YOU
should note the model number and the serial
number of this oven in the space provided and
retain this book as a permanent record of your
purchase for luture reference.
© Copyrighted
Model No.
Serial No.
Date of Purchase
by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. 1997.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...............................................
Installation & GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
..........................................
Practical Hints .................................................................
Feature Diagram ...............................................................
Control Panel ...................................................................
Cooking Modes ................................................................
Quick Guide to Operation ..........................................................
Let's Start to UseYour Oven! .....................................................
To Use Functions ...............................................................
To Set Clock ...................................................................
To Defrost
Micro Power and Time Setting ..........................................
Using Auto Defrost Pad ...............................................
To Reheat
Micro Power and Time Setting ..........................................
Using Auto Reheat Pad ...............................................
To Cook
Micro Power and Time Setting ..........................................
on Bake ..........................................................
on Broil ...........................................................
on Combination .....................................................
Using Auto Cook Pads ............... ...............................
Using Popcorn Pad ..................................................
Using Quick Min Pad .................................................
To Use as a KitchenTimer ........................................................
To Set Stand Time ..............................................................
• To Set Delay Start ..............................................................
Before Requesting Service ........................................................
Care of Your Microwave Oven ......................................................
Technical Specifications
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Yourmicrowave
oven is a cooking device and you
should use as much care as you use with a stove or
any other cooking device. When using this electric
•appliance, basic safety precautions should be
followed, including the following:
WARNING--To
reduce the risk of burns, electric
shock, fire, injury to persons or exposure to
excessive microwave energy:
1. Read all instructions before using the appliarice.
2. Read and follow "PRECAUTIONSTO
AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
MICROWAVE ENERGY," found on page 2.
3. This appliance must be grounded. Connect only
to a properly grounded outlet. See "Grounding
Instructions"
found on page 5.
4. Install or locate this appliance only in
accordance with the installation instructions
found on page 5.
5. Do not cover or block any openings on this
appliance.
6. Do not store or use this appliance outdoors. Do
not use this product near water--for
example,
near a kitchen sink, in a wet basement, or near a
swimming pool, and the like.
7. Use this appliance only for its intended use as
described in this manual. Do not use 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
(d) Do not use the cavity for storage purposes.
Do not leave paper products, cooking
utensils, or food in the cavity when not in
use.
17. Use extreme caution when removing over=
accessories or cooking containers from oven or
disposing ot hot grease.
18. To avoid the possible risk of a burn, the
appliance must not be used in areas such as
island-type countertops where the rear surfaces
would be exposed to user contact and the
appliance must be placed more than 3 feet
(85 cm) above the floor.
General
oven.
2.
3.
use.
8. When cleaning surfaces of door and oven that
come together on closing the door, use only
mild, non-abrasive soaps or detergents applied
with a sponge or sott cloth.
9, As with any appliance, close supervision is
necessary when used by children.
10. Do not operate this appliance if it has a
damaged cord or plug, if it is not working
properly, or if it has been damaged or dropped.
11. Do not immerse cord or plug in water.
12. Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
13. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or
counter.
14. This appliance should be serviced only by
qualified service personnel. Contact the nearest
authorized service facility for examination, repair
or adjustment.
15. Some products such as whole eggs and sealed
containers (for exampte, closed gtass jars) may
explode and should not be heated in this oven.
16. To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity:
(a) Do not overcook food. Carefully attend
appliance if paper, plastic, or other
combustible materials are placed inside the
oven to facilitate cooking.
(b) Remove wire twist-ties from paper or plastic
bags before placing bag in oven.
(c) If materials inside the oven should ignite,
keep oven door closed, turn oven off, and
disconnect the power cord, or shut off power
at the fuse or circuit breaker panel.
Use
1. DO NOT tamper with or make any adjustments
or repairs to the door, control panel housing,
safety interlock switches or any other part of the
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
DO NOT remove outer panel from oven. Repairs
should only be done by qualified service person.
DO NOT use the microwave function when the
oven is empty. The n_icrowave energy will reflect
continuously throughout the oven, if food or
water is not present to absorb energy. This could
damage the oven and result in the danger of a
fire.
DO NOT use this oven to heat chemicals or
other non-food products. DO NOT clean this
oven with any product that is labeled as
containing corrosive chemicals. The heating of
corrosive chemicals in this oven can cause
radiation leaks.
DO NOT dry clothes, newspapers or other
materials in the oven. They may catch on fire.
DO NOT use recycled paper products unless
the paper product is labeled as safe for
microwave oven use. Recycled paper products
may contain impurities which may cause sparks
and/or fires when used.
DO NOT use newspapers or paper bags for
cooking. Fire can result.
DO NOT hit or strike the control panel. Damage
to the controls may occur. Fire can result.
DO NOT store flammable materials next to, on
top of, or in the oven. These could be tire
hazards.
POT HOLDERS may be needed when handling
dishes. Heat is transferred from the hot food to
the cooking container and from the cooking
container to Glass Tray, Glass Tray can be very
hot after removing cooking container from oven.
Before using the BAKE, COMBINATION or
BROIL functions for the first time, operate the
oven without food on BROIL for 20 minutes. This
will allow the oil that is used for rust protection
to be burned off.
Door and exterior will get hot during BAKE,
COMBINATION and BROIL. Please handle door
carefully.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Installation
of Your Oven
1. This oven is designed for installation into a wall
cabinet by using the proper trim kit (NNTK800/NN-TK850) available from a local
Panasonic dealer. Follow all installation
instructions packed with trim kit.
2, This oven must be installed so thatno part is
located less than 5 feet (t.52 m) above floor
level.
3. DO NOT block air vents. If they are blocked
during operation, the oven may overheat. If the
oven overheats, a thermal safety device will turn
the oven off. The oven wilt remain inoperable until
it has cooled.
4. This oven was manufactured for household use
only.
Grounding
Instructions
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of an
electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of
electric shock by providing an escape wire for the
electric current. This appliance is equipped with a
cord having a grounding wire with a grounding plug.
The p_ug must be plugged into an outlet that is
properly installed and grounded.
WARNING--Improper
use of the grounding plug
can.result in a risk of electric shock.
Consult a qualified electrician or service person if
the grounding instructions are not completely
understood, or if it is uncertain whether the
appliance is properly grounded or not.
tf it is necessary to use an extension cord, use only
a three wire extension cord that has a three-blade
grounding plug, and a three-slot receptacle that will
accept the plug on the appliance. The marked rating
of the extension cord should be equal to, or greater
than, the electrical rating of the appliance.
Power Supply
1. A short power-supply cord is provided to reduce
the rLsks resulting from becoming entangled in
or tripping over a _onger cord.
2. Longer cord sets or extension cords are
available and may be used if care is exercised in
their use.
3. If a long cord or extension cord is used, (1) the
marked electrical rating of the cord set or
extension cord should be at least as great as
the electrical rating of the appliance, (2) the
extension cord must be a grounding-type 3-wire
cord, and (3) the longer cord should be
arranged so that it will not drape over the
countertop or tabletop where it can be pulled on
by children or tripped over accidentally.
Wiring
Requirements
1. The oven must be on a SEPARATE CIRCUIT.
No other appliance should share the circuit with
the microwave oven. If it does, the branch circuit
fuse may blow or the circuit breaker may trip, or
the food may cook slower than recommended in
this manual.
2. The VOLTAGE used must be the same as
specified on this microwave oven (120 V). Using
a higher voltage is dangerous and may result in
a fire or other accident causing oven damage.
Using a lower voltage will cause slow cooking.
Panasonic is NOT responsible for damage
resulting from the use of the oven with other
than specified voltage,
3. The oven must be plugged into at least a'20
AMP, 120 VOLT, 60 Hz GROUNDED OUTLET.
Where a standard two-prong outlet is
encountered, it is the personal responsil_ility and
obligation of the consumer
a properly
groundedwith
to
have it replaced
_
_
three-prong outlet.
4. A TEMPORARY CONNECTION with a twoprong adapter may be made where LOCAL
CODES PERMIT it. Unless the cover screw is
grounded through the house wiring, attaching
the adapter grounding plate
to the cover screw wil! not
ground the oven. If there is _
_
any doubt that the cover
_P'_:_,__._
screw is grounded, have it
checked by an electrician.
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Radio Interference
1. Operation of the microwave oven may cause
interference to your radio, TV or similar
equipment.
2. When there is interference, it may be reduced or
eliminated by taking the following measures:
a. Clean door and sealing surfaces of the oven,
(See Care of Your Microwave Oven found on
page 29.)
b, Place the radio, TV, etc. away from the
microwave oven as far as possible.
c. Use a properly installed antenna to obtain
stronger signal reception.
Follow These
Safety
1) HOME CANNING/DRYING
QUANTITIES OF FOODS
Precautions
When Cooking
FOODS/SMALL
3) DEEP FAT FRYING
Do not attempt to deep fat fry in your microwave
oven. Oi_can be heated beyond ideal
temperatures very quickly in a microwave oven.
Temperatures can climb high enough for the
cooking oils to reach their respective flash points
and burst into flames.
The heated oil may
bubble and spatter
causing possible
damage to the oven
and perhaps resulting
in burns. Additionally,
microwave-safe utensils
may not be able to
withstand the temperature of the hot oil, and
could result in the utensil shattering if it contains
even a slight imperfection, scratch or chip.
• Do not use your
combination oven for
home canning or the
heating of any closed
jar. Pressure will build
up and the jar may
e,_plod.e, in addition, the
combination oven
cannot maintain the
food at the proper canning temperature.
Improperly canned food may spoil and be
dangerous to consume.
• Small quantities of food or foods with low
moisture content can dry out, burn on catch on
fire. If a fire occurs, turn oven off and leave oven
door closed. Disconnect the power cord or shut
off power at the fuse or circuit breaker panel.
• Do not dry meats, herbs, fruits or vegetables in
your oven.
IMPORTANT
Proper cooking depends on time set and
weight of food. If you use a smaller portion
than recommended and cook at the time for
the recommended portion, fire can result.
If a fire occurs, turn oven off and leave oven
door closed. Disconnect the power cord or
shut off power at the fuse or circuit breaker
panel.
4) EGGS
• Do not heat eggs in
their shell in a
microwave oven,
• Pressure will build
up and the eggs wifl
exptode.
5)
CAUTION:
When using pre-packaged microwave
popcorn, follow recommended package
instructions.
Check package Weight before using the
popcorn pad. Set the oven for the weight of
the popcorn package. (see page 24)
If these instructions are not followed, the
popcorn may not pop adequately or may
ignite and cause a fire.
FOODS
WITH
NONPOROUS
SKINS
egg
yolks, apples,
whole
Potatoes,
squash and
/
examples of foods
with nonporous
skins.
Thisare
type of
sausages
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food must be
pierced before
cooking, to prevent their bursting.
2) POPCORN
Popcorn must be popped in a microwave oven
corn popper. Microwave popcorn which pops in its
own package is also available. Follow popcorn
manufacturers' directions and use a brand
suitable for the wattage of your combination oven,
Never leave oven unattended when popping
popcorn.
in Your Oven
6)
LIQUIDS
Heated liquids can erupt if not mixed with air. Do
not heat liquids in your microwave oven without
first stirring.
7) GLASS
TRAY/COOKING
UTENSILS/FOIL
IO) THERMOMETERS
• Cooking utensils get hot during cooking. Use
pothotders when removing utensils and Glass
Tray from the oven or when removing lids or
plastic wrap covers from cooking utensils to
avoid burns.
• • Do not use a conventional meat thermometer for
Microwave Or Combination cooking. Arcing may
occur. Do not use a Microwave meat
thermometer for Combination cooking or Bake. It
may mell.
• Glass Tray will get hot during cooking. It should
be allowed to cool before handling or before
paper products, such as paper plates, napkins or
microwave popcorn bags, are placed in the oven
for microwave cooking.
11) BABY FORMU LAJFOOD
• During cooking, heat is transferred from the hot
food to the cooking utensil and from the utensil
to Glass Tray. Glass Tray can be very hot after
removing cooking utensils from oven.
• When using foil, skewers, warming rack or
utensils made of metal in the oven, allow at least
1-inch (2,5 cm) of'space between metal material
and interior oven walls. If arcing occurs
(sparking) remove melal material (skewers etc.)
and/or transfer to a non-metallic container.
.= Dishes with metallic trim should not be used
• during Microwave or Combination cooking,
arcing may occur.
PASTRY PRODUCTS
• When reheating pastry products, check
temperatures of any fillings before eating. Some
foods have _lings which heat faster and can be
extremely hot while the surface remains warm to
the touch (ex. Jel.!y Donuts ).
13) GENERAL
DOOR
OVEN USAGE GUIDEI.INEStOVEN
• Do not use the oven for any reason other'than
the preparation of food.
• Do not leave oven unattended while in use.
• The oven door and the interior walls will get hot
during Combination, Bake and Broiling.
• Do not use paPer
towels or cloths
which contain a
synthetic fiber
woven into them.
The synthetic fiber
may cause the towel
to ignite.
• Do not use paper bags or recycled 'paper
products in the microwave oven.
DISHESIOVEN
12)REHEATING
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8) PAPER TOWELS/CLOTHS
9) BROWNING
• Do not heat baby formula or food in the
microwave oven. The glass jar or surface of the
food may appear warm while the interior can
burn the infant's mouth and esophagus.
COOKING
BAGS
• Microwave browning dishes or grills are
designed for microwave cooking only. Preheating
times vary depending on the size of the
browning dish and food being cooked. Always
follow !nstructions provided bY the browning dish
or grill manufacture. Do not preheat browning
dish more than 8 minutes.
• If an oven cooking bag is used for Microwave
cooking, prepare according to package
directions. Do not use wire twist-tie to close bag.
Instead use nylon tie, a piece of cotton string or
a strip cut from the open end of the bag. Make
six 1/2-inch slits by closure. Place oven cooking
bag in a dish slightly larger than the food being
cooked.
Glass Tray
1, Only use Glass Tray specifically designed for this oven. Do not substitute any other glass tray.
2. If Glass Tray is hot, allow to cool before cleaning or placing in water.
3. Do not cook directly on Glass Tray unless otherwise indicated. Always place food in a microwave-safe
dish, or on a rack set in a microwave-safe dish.
4. If food or utensil on Glass Tray touches the oven walls, causing the tray to stop moving, the tray will
automatically rotate in the opposite direction. This is normal,
5. Glass Tray can rotate in either direction.
Door Safety
Oven Window
Oven Rack
Lock System
Oven
Rac. 7 i
;uide
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f
/
Identification
Plate
The oven model number
and serial number are
recorded here,
Roller
Ring
1. Roller Ring and oven floor
should be cleaned
frequently to prevent
excessive noise.
2. Roller Ring must always
be used together with
Glass Tray for cooking.
Door Safety
Lock System
Door
Button
Press to open the door,
Opening the door during cooking will stop
the cooking process without cancelling
the program. Cooking resumes as soon
as the door is closed and Start Pad is
pressed, The oven light will stay on or
turn on whenever the door is opened. It is
quite safe to open the door at any time
during a cooking program and there is no
risk of microwave exposure.
Display
Window
Popcorn Pad
(_r page 24)
Auto Reheat Pad
(_r page 20)
Auto Defrost Pad
(_r page 19)
Auto Cook Pads
(,r page 21-23)
Quick Min Pad
(,r page 25)
Serving/Weight
Pad
Micro Power Pad
(=r page 15)
Bake Pad
(.r
Number
page 16)
Pads
Broil Pad
(t
page 17)
Combination
(.r page 18)
Stop/Reset
Function Pad
(_r page 13)
Timer/Clock Pad
(=r page 14, 26-27)
Pad
Pad
Before cooking: One tap clears your instructions.
During cooking: One tap temporarily stops the
cooking process. Another tap cancels all your
instructions and time of day appears in the display
window.
Start Pad
One tap allows oven to begin functioning_ If door is
opened or STOP/RESET Pad is tapped once during
oven operation, START Pad must again be pressed
to restart oven,
Prompters:
When a pad is pressed, a beep sound is heard and the corresponding letter or word(s) appear and roll
across the screen, If a pad is pressed and no beep is heard, the unit does not or cannot accept the
instruction. As each pad is pressed the corresponding word(s) roll across the screen. Words will
automatically appear to prompt user to perform the next step. It is not necessary to wait for the words to
appear before pressing pads for the next step. A two beep sound is heard between stages. At the end of
any complete program, the oven will beep five times.
The diagram below shows examples of the accessories.
Use of these accessories may vary depending on the recipeldish
the Cookbook.
used. Further information
Microwave
can be found in
Bake
Broil
Combination
,(
_'
10
Microwave
Heater
To Use Micro Power
and Time Setting
(see page 15)
Broil
(see page 17)
I
I
Set cooking time.
[_
Press start
if preheat required,
_
--
[_
Start
To Defrost using
Auto Defrost pad
(see page 19)
To Use
Auto Cook pads (by
Microwave/Combination )
(see page 21, 23))
Start
I
e.g.
f Serving i
Start
Set the weight of food
To Cook using
Popcorn pad
(see page 24)
To Cook using
a Kitchen Timer
(see page 26)
1
program.
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I
I
Plug In
Plug into a properly grounded electrical outlet.
"WELCOME TO PANASONIC CONVECTION COOKING"
appears in the display window. (This will immediately
cease when any pad is pressed.)
2
Press
place the food on Glass Tray in the
oven. Then close the door.
3
Select
Power
Level.
e.g. HIGH powerPress once
(Continue pressing for other power levels
-- page 15)
4
Set Cooking
[ e.g. 1 minute 30 seconds
Time
J
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Press
•_ The time in the display window will count down.
kl 2
The unique function feature of your PANASONIC microwave oven allows you to set the non-cooking features
of your ovens such as CHILD LOCK, WORD SPEED, LANGUAGE CHOICE (ENGLISH, SPANISH OR
FRENCH), plus many more. See below.
LANGUAGE CHOICE
The oven has English, French and Spanish displays. The default setting is English,
!.ENGLISH
->Display appears in English.
2.FRANCAIS ->Display appears in French.
3.ESPANOL ->Display appears in Spanish.
Lb/kg CHOICE
The oven has both imperial and metric weight measurements.
in imperial measurements.
1.Lb
->Weight can be set in Ib/oz.
2.kg
->Weight can be set in g/kg.
The oven displays the weight
WORD SPEED
The word scrolling speed can be accelerated or slowed down.
1.QUICK
->Words scroll quickly.
2.MEDIUM
"-')Scrollingspeed reverts to initial setting.
3.SLOW
"-')Words scroll slowly.
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MENU ACTION ON/OFF
MENU ACTION SCREEN helps you program your oven by prompting you with the next step.
When you become familiar with your oven, the Prompting Guide can be turned off.
1.ON
2.OFF
"-.)Prompting Guide will appear.
"-)Prompting Guide will not appear.
CHILD LOCK ON/OFF
The Child Safety Lock feature _orevents children from using the oven,
1.ON
--)Child Lock has been set and operation is impossible.
2.OFF
->Child Lock has been cancelled.
BEEP ON/OFF
If you wish to have the oven operate without beeping, this feature can be turned off.
1.ON
->Beep sound will be heard.
2.OFF
->Beep sound will not be heard.
REMINDER BEEP ON/OFF
A reminder beep reminds you to remove the food from the oven alter cooking is complete.
The oven beeps every few seconds.
1.ON
--) Reminder beep activated.
2.OFF
-> Reminder beep deactivated.
"-1_8
DAYLIGHT SAVING ON/OFF
1.ON
->Time of day will advance one hour.
2.OFF
"-')Time of day remains the same,
_g
CLOCK ON/OFF
Clock display can be turned off.
1.ON
->Clock display will appear in the display window.
2.OFF
-)Clock display wilt not appear in the display window,
Time of day will remain in memory even when the display is o/t,
•-1=" 0
DEMO MODE ON/OFF
Dome mode is designed for retail store display. In this mode, the oven can be demonstrated
without turning the oven on,
1.ON
->Demo mode is activated.
2.OFF
".>Demo mode is deactivated.
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1
Press
2
Set the time
_To
3
Press
twice
of day
set 11:25
once
NOTE
1. You can use the oven without setting the clock.
2. The clock is in a 12-hour display mode and so the maximum time is 12:59,
3. To reset the time of day, repeat 1 to 3 above.
4. The clock will keep the time of day as long as the oven is plugged in and electricity is supplied.
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Use of Accessory:
1 Place
the Food
Open the door and place the food on Glass Tray in the
oven. Then close the door.
Glass Tray
2
Select
Micro Power
NOTE: When selecting HIGH power on the first stage,
you can start from step 2.
3
Set Cooking
Time
(DEFROST-)up to 9 hours 99 minutes.
OTHERS._up to 99 minutes 99 seconds.)
e.g. HrGH power 1 minute 30
seconds
4
Press
,=r Cooking starts. The cooking time on the display begins
to count down.
To recall the selected power level, press Micro Power
pad.
Two/Three stage cooking:
Repeat steps 1 and 2 above then press Start, the oven
will beep twice between stages.
Micro Power:
You can select different power levels for cooking foods at different speeds, refer to the chart below.
HIGH
100 %
1
Boil water, Cook fresh fruit, vegetables, rice and pasta. Preheat browning
dish. Reheat soups, stews and casseroles.
MED HIGH
70 %
3
Cook poultry, meat, cakes and desserts. Heat milk.
N:55:I.?IdN
MED LOW
30 %
and cream cheese.
_Keep_cook_di_f6ocfs_warm_i mm er,,:_ly.
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• Bake temperature automatically counts-up in 25"F
(10"C) increments from 200"F to 450"F (from 100"C
to 230"C).
Remove Glass Tray and Rolrer Ring from the oven
before preheating. Place Oven Rack on the oven
floor.
Use of Accessory:
1
Oven Rack
Select Oven
Temperature
by pressing Bake Pad.
2
Press
r
Preheating
will start.
For recipes that do not require preheating,
eliminate step 2.
NOTE: During preheating "P" appears in the
display window. Please do not open door.
When preheating is completed, oven will beep
three times and "P END" wilt appear in the display
window.
3
Place
the Food
in an oven-safe dish carefully on Oven Rack.
78!
,4 Set
Start
Baking
Time
by pressing Number Pads. (up to 9 hours 99
minutes)
! e.g. 30 minutes I
\5
Press
,,r Cooking starts. The cooking time on the display
begins to count down.
To recall the selected oven temperature, press
Bake Pad.
NOTE:
1. If oven door is not opened after preheating, oven will maintain the selected temperature for 30minutes.
After 30 minutes, oven will shut off automatically and beep five times.
2. When selected Cooking time is less than one hour, time counts down second by second.
3. When selected cooking time is more than one hour, time counts down minute by minute until 1 hour
remains. The timer will then count down second by second.
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UseOfAccessory:
Remove Glass Tray and Roller Ring from the oven before
preheating.
Place Oven Rack on Rack Guides and then place the
empty Broiler Pan to top.
1
Oven Rack & Broiler Pan
Press
Broil Pad
Press
='-Preheating
wil! start.
For recipes that do not require preheating,
eliminate step 2.
NOTE: During preheating "P" appears in the
display window. Please do not open door.
When preheating is completed, oven will beep
three times and "P END" will appear in the dispray
window.
3
Place
the Food
on Spatter Shield on Broiler Pan and carefully
place on Oven Rack.
You can purchase most Broiler Pans from your
local stores.
Set Broiling
Time
by pressing Number Pads.
(up to 99 minutes and 99 seconds)
I e,g. 35 minutes I
_
5 Press
The cc)oking'time on the display begihs to
count down.
NOTE:
1. if oven door is not opened after preheating, oven will maintain the temperature
After 30 minutes, oven will shut off automatically and beep five times.
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for 30 minutes,
There are 4 combination settings. These settings are
automatic, there is no need to set oven temperature or
microwave power _eveL Some combination recipes
require preheating. For instructions, follow steps 1 and 2
of the "To Cook on Bake" se}ection.
Use of Accessory:
1
Glass Tray
Place
the Food
Open the door and place the food on Glass Tray in
the oven. Then close the door.
2
Select
Combination
the Setting
1, 2, 3, or 4 can be selected.
Oven Temperature
Micrc
-wave
=1
2
275'F (140"C)
300"F (150"C)
3
4
325"F (160"C)
375"F (190"C)
3
Set Cooking
30 %
:)ower
Food
3eef (Well)_ Lamb (Well
Beef (Ram, Med),
Lamb (Me.d)
Pork
Chicken, Duck
Time
by pressing Number Pads (up to 9 hours 99
minutes).
8
f e.g. 20 minutes I
Press
_," Cooking starts. The cooking time on the display
begins to count down.
NOTE:
1. When selected cooking time is less than one hour, the time counts down second by second.
2. When setected cooking time is more than one hour, the time counts down minute by minute until only 1
hour remains. The timer will then count down second by second.
3. Use microwaveable and heat-safe dishes.
4. DO NOT use plastic wrap or waxed paper.
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Use of Accessory:
This feature allows you to defrost meat, poultry and
seafood by using the weight on the package.
1 Place
the Food
Glass Tray
Open the food and prate the food on Glass Tray in the
oven. Then close tl_e door.
2
Press
3
Set Weight
Weight must be programmed in pounds and
tenths of a pound (not ounces).
t
4
[ e.g. 2.6 Ibs (1.2 kg) J
If you wish to use the
[___-_
"Functions".
kg/g, see page 13
Press
,_ Defrosting time appears in the display window
and begins to count down.
Conversion
Chart:
Follow this chart to convert ounces or hundredths of a
pound into tenths as a pound. If a piece of meat weighs
1.95 pounds or 1 pound 14 ounces, program 1.9 pounds.
Ounces
0
1-2
3-4
5
6-7
8
9-10
11-12
13
14-15
Hundredths of
a Pound
.96 - .05
.06 - .15
.16 - .25
.26 - .35
.36 - .45
A6 - .55
.56 - .65
.66 - .75
.76 - .85
.86 - .95
Tenths of
a Pound
0.0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0,8
0.9
NOTE:
1. The shape and Size of food will determine the maximum weight the oven can accommodate. The
recommended maximum weight of meat is 4 Ibs (1.8 kg); poultry, 6 Ibs (2.7 kg); and seafood, 3 Ibs
(1.4 kg).
2. The oven beeps once during the defrosting cycle to signal that the food needs to be turned or rearranged.
To prevent overdetrosting, thin areas or edges can be shielded with strips of aluminum foil.
3. For best results, the minimum recommended weight is 0.5 pound.
4. Stand time or power level may be programmed after Auto Defrost.
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Use of Accessory:
.Glass Tray
This feature allows you to reheat/cook most of your
favorite foods without selecting power and time.
The oven does it all automatically.
1 Place
the Food
Open the door andplace the food on Glass Trayin the
oven.Then closethe door.
Press
until the desired number of servings (1-4) appears
in the display window.
3 Press
,m-The cooking time on the display begins to count
down.
NOTE:
1. Auto Reheat can be programmed for 1 to 4 servings.
2. The recommended food items and approximate
weights are listed in the chart below.
Food
Plate of Food
Meat, Poultry
Casseroles
Side dishes
Soups, Sauces,
Gravies
Weight
Starting
per
Temp.
Serving
Refriq_ 12 - 16 oz.
Refrig.
4 - 6 oz.
Refrig.
8 oz,
Refrig.
4 - 6 oz.
or Room
Refrig.
6 - 8 oz.
or Room
Number
of
Serving
1
1-4
1-2
1-4
1-2
Casseroles - Add 2 to 4 tablespoons of liquid; cover with
lid or plastic wrap. Stir when time appears in the display
window.
Canned foods - Empty contents into casserole dish or
serving bowl; cover dish with lid or plastic Wrap. After
reheating, release plastic wrap and stead.
Plate of food _Anange food on plate; top with butter,
gravy, etc. After reheating, release plastic wrap and
stand.
For best results follow these recommendations:
1. All foods must be previously cooked.
2. Foods should always be covered loosely with plastic wrap, wax paper or casserole lld.
3, All foods should have a covered stand time of 3 to 5 minutes.
4. Do not reheat bread and pastry products. Use manual power and time.
5. Do not reheat beverages.
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Use of Accessory:
This feature allows you to reheat/cook potato/vegetables,
frozen foods, bacon by setting the weight.
Place food on a microwave-safe dish.
1 Place
Glass Tray
the Food
Open the doer and place the food on Glass Tray in the
oven. Then close the door.
Select
Category
3 Select Serving/
Weight
4
Press
,e- Cooking starts. The cooking time on the display
begins to count down.
NOTE:
1. These settings are cooked by Microwave.
2. When the weight has been entered, the cooking time will be determined.
PAD
Potato / Vegetables
Frozen Foods
Bacon
....PRESS
once
twice
once
twice
3 times
once
CATEGORy
Potato
Vegetables
Frozen Vegetables
' Frozen Entrees
Frozen Dinners
Bacon
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SERVING / WEIGHT
1,2, 3, 4 potatoes {170 - 225 g each)
4_ 8, 12_ 16 oz. (110, 225, 340, 450 g)
5, 10, 16 oz. (150, 300, 450 g)
8, t 01 20, 32 oz. (225, 300, 600, 900 g)
_. 11t 15 oz. (300, 430 g)
2, 3, 4, 6 slices
This feature allows you to bake pie, frozen pizza without
having to select oven temperature and baking time.
Place Oven Rack on the oven rack guides.
Useof Accessory:
1 Place
Oven Rack
the Food
0 _en the door and place the food on cookie sheet/pie
_anon Oven Rack on the oven rack guides. Then close
_e door.
Select
3
Category
Press
_- Cooking starts. The cooking time on the display
begins to count down.
NOTE:
1. These settings are cooked by Bake.
2, There is no need to preheat.
3. Metal cookware may be used. Position the dish to be cooked on Oven Rack on the oven floor.
PAD
Pie
Frozen' PiT.za
PRESS
once
twice
once
CATEGORY
Fresh Pie : 9 inch 23_)
double-crust.pies with fresh fruits fillin sq.__.
.......
Frozen Pie : 8 inch _)
frozen, double-crust pies.
___.
Frozen Pizza : 12 inch (31 cm) thin crust type only.
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Use of Accessory:
This feature allows you to roast beef, pork or whole
chicken by setting the weight.
Place food on a microwave roasting rack set in a
microwave- and heat-safe dish.
1
Glass Tray
Place
the Food
Open the door and place the food on Glass Tray in the
oven. Then close the door.
2
Select
Category
This pad is subdivided into 4 categories; Chicken
Pieces, Whole Chicken, Beef and Pork.
_3 Select
Serving/
Weight
4 Press
,t Cooking starts. The cooking time on the display
begins to count down.
NOTE:
1. These settings are cooked by Combination (Bake and Microwave).
2. When the weight has been selected, the cooking time will be automatically determined.
3. Roasts weighing above or below the recommended weights should be cooked by manual combination.
PAD
PRESS
once
Poultry / Meat
twice
3 times
4 times
CATEGORY
Chicken Pieces
Whole Chicken
Beef (medium)
Pork
SERVING..( WEIGHT
6, 12, 18, 24 oz. (170, 340 w510, 680 g)
3.0, 3.5 4.0, 43 Ibs (1350, 1575, t800, 2025 g)
2.5 r 3,0_ .3.5_ 4.0 ibs (11;_5_ 1350, 15751 1800 g)
2.5_.3_0, 3.5, 4,0 Ibs (1125, 1350, 1575,1800 g)
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UseofAccessory:
1
Place
bag
the popcorn
Open the door and place the popcorn bag on Glass
Tray in the oven. Then close the door.
GlassTray
2
Press
Use only 3.5 oz. (99 g) bags of prepackaged
microwave popcorn. Read manufacturers'
directions.
3
Press
,_ Time appears in the display window and begins
to count down,
Start
NOTES:
1. Place the bag in oven according to the manufacturers' directions.
2. Pop only one bag at a time.
3. After popping, open the bag carefully, The popcorn and steam are extremely hot.
4. Do not reheat unpopped kernels or reuse the bag.
5. Never leave oven unattended when popping popcorn+
CAUTION: If pre-packaged popcorn is of a different weight from the recommended weight, do not use the
popcorn setting, or inadequate popping Or a fire may occur. Follow the see above instructions.
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This feature helps you in programming your oven without
pressing Number Pads and allows you to add extra
cooking time easiJy,
Press
Time
to Set Cooking
(up to 10 minutes)
2
Press
,_ Cooking will start on HIGH power.
NOTE:
1. To use another power level or cooking mode, select
the desired power level/cooking mode before setting
the cooking time.
2. If you use Quick Min pad to set your cooking time, you
cannot use Number Pads to set more time or to
change the cooking time. However, you can add more
time with Quick Min pad during cooking.
To Add Extra Cooking
Time
During
Cooking:
Press Quick Min pad to add extra cooking time (up to 10 taps) during cooking. _
11-Cooking time changes to include extra time and continues to count down in the display.
* Extra time can be added during any of the three stages.
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Thisfeatureallows
yohtoprogram
a Standing
Timeaftercooking
is completed
andtoprogram
theoven
asa minute
timerand/or to program delay start.
To Use as a KitChen Timer:
1
Press once
2
Set Desired
Amount
of
Time
(up to 9 hours and 99
minutes)
I e_g. 15 minutes
I
3 Press
,r Time will' count down
without oven operating.
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To Set Stand Time:
[ e_g, 15 minutes ]
Set Desired
Cooking
Program.
I
Set
Press
once,
Desired
Amount
of
Stand
Time.
Press
Cooking will start. After
cooking, stand time will
count down without oven"
operating.
To Set Delay Start:
:
Press
once.
,o.O., m,nutes
_
_
Cooking
Set
Desired
Program.
Set Desired
Amount
of
Delayed
Time.
l
Start
]
Press,
After completed delayed
time, cooking will start.
NOTE:
1. When the first/second stage has finishecl, a two beep signal is heard. After all the stages have been
completed, the oven will beep five times,
2. If oven door is opened during the Stand Time or Kitchen Timer, the time in the display window will continue
to count down.
3. Delay Start cannot be programmed before any Auto Control Function,
This is to prevent the starting temperature of the food from rising before defrosting or cooking begins,
A change in the starting temperature could cause inaccurate cooking results,
4. Timer can be set up to 9 hours and 99 minutes.
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.
ALL THESE THINGS
ARE NORMAL:
The oven causes interference
with my TV.
Some radio and TV interference might occur when you cook with the
microwave oven. This intederence is similar to the interference caused
by small appliances such as mixers, vacuums, hair dryer, etc. It does
not indicate a problem with your oven.
The oven lights dim.
When cooking with a power other than HIGH, the oven must cycle to
obtain the lower power levels. The oven light will dim and clicking
noises can be heard when the oven cycles.
Steam accumulates on the
oven door and warm air comes
from the oven vents_
During cooking, steam and warm air are given otf from the food. Most
of the steam and warm air are removed from the oven by the air which
circulates in the oven cavity. However, some steam will condense on
cooler surfaces such as the oven door. This is normal.
I accidentally ran my
microwave oven without any
food in it.
Running the oven empty for a short time will not damage lhe oven.
However, we do not recommend this to be done.
There are humming and
clicking noises from my oven
when I cook by Combination.
These noises occur as the oven automatically switches from m_crowave
power to Bake/Broil, to create the Combination setting. This is normal.
The oven has an odor and
generates smoke when using
the Bake, Combination and
,,,Broil function,
i_
ROBEEM_
It is essential that your oven is wiped out regularly particularly after
cooking. Any fat and grease that builds up on the roof and walls of the
oven will begin to smoke if not cleaned.
j
J
Oven will not turn on.
Oven will not start cooking.
The words "DEMO MODE"
1
appear on the Screen.
J
• When the oven is turning on,
there
noise coming from
Glass is
Tray.
The oven is not plugged in
securely.
Remove plug from outlet, wait 10
seconds and re-insert.
Circuit breaker or fuse is tripped
or blown,
Reset circuit breaker or replace
fuse.
There is a problem with the
outlet,
Plug another appliance into the
outlet to check if the outlet is
working.
The door is not closed
completely.
Close the oven door securely.
Start pad was not pressed after
programming.
Press Start pad.
Another program has already
been entered into the oven.
Press Stop/Reset pad to cancel
the previousprogram and
program again.
The program has not been
entered correctly.
Program again according to the
Operating Instructions. •
Stop/Reset pad has been
pressed accidentally.
Program oven again.
Oven is set at Demo Mode.
See the page13 to turn off Demo
Mode.
R_'_r
J
Ring and oven bottom are
I dirty.
Clean these parts according to
Care of Your Oven (see next
page).
* DEMO MODE is designed for retail store display.
Cooking and other functions will not operate during demo mode.
tf it seems there is a problem with the oven, contact an authorized Servicenter.
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AFTER CLEANING:
Be sure to replace Roller Ring and Glass Tray in
the proper position and.press Stop/Reset Pad to
clear the display window.
BEFORE CLEANING:
Unplug at socket of the oven. If impossible, leave
oven door open to prevent oven from accidentally
turning on.
Inside of the oven:
Wipe with a damp cloth. Non
caustic oven cleaners may be
used if the oven gets very dirty.
The use of harsh detergent or
abrasive cleaners-is not
recommended
Glass Tray:
Remove and wash in warm
soapy water or in a dishwasher.
If grease accumulates, clean
with a non-abrasive nylon mesh
scouring pad and non caustic
oven cleaners.
Outside oven surfaces:
Clean with a damp cloth. To
prevent damage to the
operating parts inside the oven,
water should not be allowed to
seep into ventilation openings.
\
Control Panel:
If the control panel becomes wet,
clean with a soft, dry cloth. Do not
use harsh detergents or abrasive
cleaners on the control panel,
/
Oven Door:
Wipe with a soft cloth when steam accumulates
inside or around the outside of the oven dbor. This
may occur when the oven is operated under high
humidity conditions and in no way indicates a
malfunction of the unit or microwave leakage.
Roller Ring and oven cavity floor:
Wipe the bottom surface of the oven with mild
detergent water or window cleaner and dpj. Roller
Ring may be washed in mild soapy water or
dishwasher. These areas should be kept clean to
avoid excessive noise.
After Bake/Broil/Combination
cooking, the oven should be cteaned with a soft cloth squeezed in soapy water.
If the oven is not cleaned occasionally to eliminate this grease, it can accumulate and cause the oven to
"SMOKE" during use. To avoid smoking, run the oven without food on BROIL for 20 minutes.
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Power Consumption:
Microwave
Heater
12.8 Amps, 1,500 W
12.5 Amps, 1,500 W
Output:
Microwave
Heater
Outside Dimensions:
850 W*
1,400 W
12" (H) x21 7/_, (W) x 17 V4" (O)
Oven Cavity Dimensions:
306 mm (H) x 555 mm (W) x 439 mm (D)
7 ls/16" (H) x 14 3/4" (W) x 15 3/ls" (D)
201 mm (H) x 375 mm (W) x 386 mm (D)
Operating Frequency:
Built-in Trim Kit:
2,450 MHz
NN-TK800/NN-TK850
Uncrated Weight:
Approx, 45.9 Ibs (20.8 kg)
IEC 705-88 Test proceclure
Specifications
are subject to change without notice.
• As for the voltage requirement, the production year and month, country and serial number, please
refer to the identification plate on the microwave oven.
3O
Panasonic Consumer Electronics
Company. Divnsion of Matsushlta
Electric Corporation of America
One PanasonacWay,
Secaucus,New Jersey 07094
Panasonic Sales Company,
Division of Matsushita Electric of
Puerto Rico, Inc. ("PSC")
Ave 65 de Infantena,Km 9 5
San Gabr0elIndustrial Park,
Carolina, Puerto Raco00985
A00039190AP
F1297-0
Pranted in Japan
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