Electric Oven - MORGAN Home Appliances

Electric Oven - MORGAN Home Appliances
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USER MANUAL
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Electric
Oven
MEO-HC52RC
MEO-HC42RC
MEO-HC30RC
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FUNCTIONS AND ATTACHMENTS
Temperature Control
Choose desired temperature from KEEP WARM to MAX for broiling, rotisserie.
Function Control: This oven is equipped with six positions for a variety of cooking needs:
Defrost (
)
Defrost any food. You can defrost every kind of foods fast and easily by defrosting.
Broil/Rotisserie (
)
Fish, Steak, Poultry, etc.
)
3. Function Knob
4. Timer Knob
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6. Glass Door
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5. Heating Elements
9. Drip Pan x2
)
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2
6
3
5
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10. Chrome Bake Rack
11. Rotisserie Forks With
Screws/rotisserie Spit
12. Tray/rack Handle
Cake, Pies, Cookies, Poultry, Beef, etc.
Roast/Convection (
2. Temperature Knob
8. Door Handle
For best results, pre-heat the oven at least 5 minutes before broiling.
Roast (
1. Indicator
7. Rack Support Guides
Cooks up to 5 kg of roast or chicken.
Broil/Convection (
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
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9
11
13. Rotisserie Handle
)
Bread, Muffins, Waffles, Pizza, etc.
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NOTE: The temperature required inside this oven is lower than a conventional oven's. For baking
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cake, pie, cookies and bread, the temperature should be lower by 10-15°C. When cooking
convenient food, please refer to related instruction about time and temperature in the packing.
Broil/Roast/Rotisserie (
)
Fish, Steak, Poultry, etc. Cook up to 5 kg roast or chicken.
Broil/Roast/Convection (
Bread, Muffins, waffles, pizza, etc.
)
SPECIFICATIONS
It is not recommended to put food over 5 kg onto the rotisserie. Fresh meats can be enhanced with
some salt. Pepper powder or other flavouring can also be used.
Time Control
Turn the timer control to the left (counter-clockwise) and the oven will stay on until manually shut off.
To activate the timer, turn the control to the right (clockwise) for toasting or other cooking methods. A
bell will sound at the end of the programmed time.
Power-on Light
Model
Rated Voltage / Frequency
Rated Wattage
Capacity
MEO-HC30RC
MEO-HC42RC
MEO-HC52RC
1600W
1800W
2000W
240V~ 50Hz
30L
42L
Illuminated whenever oven is turned on.
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240V~ 50Hz
3
240V~ 50Hz
52L
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Place the oven on a flat surface, and make sure the Timer is at `0`. Insert the power plug into the
power supply and turn on the power.
2. Turn Function knob and Timer knob as required.
3. Place the food to be baked on the tray, and put the tray on the fit support guide in the oven and
close the glass door.
4. Turn the Temperature knob to desired cooking time and the oven will begin operating
immediately.
5. The bell will sound when baking time is over.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS DURING OPERATION:
1. Remove all attachments and clean them thoroughly before drying and reassembling them inside
the oven. Plug oven into power supply and begin using your new Convection Oven with
Rotisserie.
2. After re-assembling the oven, we recommend that you turn it at max. temperature for about 15
minutes to eliminate any packing oil that may remain after shipping.
3. When using the Baking Rack, first place it on the designated layers inside the oven. Place a Drip
Pan under the Baking Rack to contain food drippings.
OPERATION
TEMPERATURE SELECT
Refer to the Baking Information list (pg.7). Turn clockwise for the
desired cooking temperature.
FUNCTION SWITCH
Switch between :- Defrost, Broil/Rotisserie, Roast,
Broil/Roast/Convection, Broil Convection, Roast Convection,
Broil/Roast/Rotisseries
TIMER
Refer to the baking information list. Turn the knob clockwise to set
the time.
STAY ON
Always power-on without waiting and suitable for larger foods which
requires longer cooking times.
4. To prevent the Drip Pan from staining with oil, place a piece of aluminium foil paper over it.
5. Put the prepared food into the oven and ensure Timer Knob is set at `0`.
6. The Heating Elements will gradually turn red as the oven temperature heats up. To prevent overcooking, set the timer to a recommended time or refer to`Baking Information List` (pg.7).
7. Don’t use this oven for other purposes other than its intended use.
CARE AND CLEANING
1. Unplug the oven from the power supply before cleaning.
2. Wash the interior and exterior, and all attachments with soft, damp sponge. Never use a rigid
brush or metal to scrape them, as it may damage the finishing.
3. DO NOT use gasoline or other corrosive liquid to wash the oven.
4. Use a soft, damp cloth together with mild soap to wipe it again.
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IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
FUNCTIONS AND ATTACHMENTS
PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING.
Bake Racks
1. Read all instructions carefully.
Tray/Rack Handle
Thank you for choosing a quality electric oven from Morgan. Please read this Instruction Manual
carefully before using it, and please keep the instruction manual for future reference.
2. DO NOT touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
3. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
4. To protect against electric shock, do not immerse cord, plug, or any parts of the oven in water or
other liquids.
5. DO NOT let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
6. DO NOT operate appliance with damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or
has been damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest Authorized Service Center
for examination, repair, or adjustment.
7. DO NOT use any accessory or attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer as
these may cause injuries.
8. DO NOT place oven on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven or in a
microwave oven.
9. When operating the oven, keep at least four inches of space on all sides of the oven to allow for
adequate air circulation.
10. Unplug from power supply when not in use and before cleaning.
11. To disconnect, turn the control to OFF, then remove the power plug. Always hold the power plug,
but never yank on the power cord.
12. A fire may occur if the oven is covered or comes into contact with flammable materials, including
curtains, cloth, walls and the like, during operation. Do not store any flammable objects on the
oven during operation.
13. Do not store any materials, other than manufacture`s recommended accessories inside the oven
even if its power is switched OFF.
14. Always wear protective, insulated oven mitts when inserting or removing items from the hot oven.
15. This appliance has a tempered, safety glass door. The glass is stronger than ordinary glass and
more resistant to breakage.
16. This appliance is only intended for indoor use only. Do not use outdoors.
17. CAUTION: The surface temperature of the oven may be high during operation. The door or the
outer surface may also get hot when the appliance is operating.
18. This appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate remote
system.
19. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance nor should they
be allowed to clean and repair/modify the oven.
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For use in broiling and roasting meat, poultry, fish, and other foods.
To pick up Bake Rack when hot.
Rotisserie Attachments
To roast a variety of meats and poultry.
Rotisserie Handle
To remove hot Rotisserie Spit from oven
BAKING INFORMATION LIST
Type of Food
Quantity (Pcs)
Time (Minutes)
CHICKEN
1–6
30 – 45
SAUSAGE
1–8
15 – 18
HAMBURGER
1–6
20 – 25
BEEF/STEAK
1–2
25 – 35
FISH
1–6
25
BREAD
1–4
7 – 10
Process
Place chicken into oven tray, turn it over
after 20-25 minutes, and continue
baking until the juice becomes dry
Turn food over continuously to make
colour effect more even.
Turn it over after 15 minutes, and
continue baking until it becomes golden
Turn it over after 15 minutes, and
continue baking until the juice becomes
dry, or set the suited time according to
your taste
Turn Timer Knob to `10`, then continue
to slow cook until fish is cooked
For crispier bread, place bread on the
top layer and add a piece of cheese.
The above information is just for reference. You should adjust it according to your
personal taste. Pay attention to food in the oven when cooking.
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