AEG MICROMAT DUO 220 User's Manual

AEG MICROMAT DUO 220 User's Manual
MICROMAT DUO 220/230
Microwave Oven
Four & micro-ondes
Apparecchio a microonde
Magnetronoven
Aparato microondas
Operating Instructions
Mode d'emploi
Istruzioni per l’uso
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Instrucciones para el uso —
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Dear Customer
Thank you for buying a MICROMAT-DUO microwave oven and
showing trust in the AEG brand name.
Before using the AEG microwave with grill for the first time please
read the instruction booklet thoroughly.
It has been written to help you take advantage of alt the features
that this microwave offers.
In return the MICROMAT-DUO will reward you by giving you
troublefree operation and aiso avoids unnecessary service
calls. -
Printed on recycled paper.
AEG - putting words into action.
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Contents
Microwaves - what are they? 4
Safety instructions 5/6
Other important points ...
How to cook by time and power 7
General hints on cooking, heating, and defrosting 7
Standing time 7
The correct ovenware 8
Features 9
First use: 10
Micro-wave solo operation
— Setting cooking time/power 11
- Start/interruption 11
— Defrosting 11
Micro-wave operation combined with heat
- Setting cooking time/power/grill 12
— Start/interruption 12
~ Recommendations 13
- Combined operation table 14
Grill operation - Setting grill time/power
- Start/interruption 15
- Recommendations 16
~ Grilling table 16
Hints on power settings 17
Practical hints on working with microwave
appliances 18
Cooking tables 19-23
Cleaning and care 24
If you think your microwave oven is not functioning
properly 25
installation and connection
Table-top model 25
Built-in model 26
Service centre 26
Special accessories 27
Technical data 28
Data for test centres 29
Microwaves —
what are they?
Microwaves belong to the family of electromagnetic waves. |
These waves are able to transmit energy like radio waves.
Microwaves are close relatives of the short waves known in radio
and TV, being used, not to transmit music and TV pictures, but to
cook food.
During the cooking cycle, the microwaves penetrate inside the
food. Without any intermediate carrier, they generate heat below
the surface by causing the food molecules to vibrate. The heat of
friction thus generated propagates through the food, enabling the
latter to be defrosted, heated, and cooked.
This is the basic difference between a microwave appliance and
conventional cooker. Cookers externally apply heat to the food
via heat flux (oven), heat conduction (hob), or heat radiation
(grill). |
How quickly a microwave oven cooks food depends very strong-
ly on the quantity, quality, and shape of the food.
Since, during microwave cooking, heat is not uniformly generated
at all locations, it is important that the food to be heated is stirred
or turned when large quantities are being cooked.
Since this cooking method involves generation of heat inside the
food itself and not via an intermediate carrier (fat or water),
nutrient-conserving cooking is possible.
Vitamins and minerals are retained in the food and not swept
away as during conventional cooking.
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Safety instructions
The golden rules for trouble-free and save working with a
microwave oven
1,
Switch the appliance on only when food has been
placed in the cooking space, and only operate it when
the turntable is inserted.
. Always keep the appliance clean, especially in the vicinity of
the door seals and door seal surfaces.
. Never damage:
m the door
m the door hinges
E the door seals and their surfaces
m the door frame
(e.g. never jam anything between door and frame)
Clean the door seals and their surfaces (also the door frame)
with a mild detergent and hot water.
Note:
Should the door seals and door seal surfaces be damaged,
the appliance should not be operated until it has been re-
paired by the AEG Service Centre or by an AEG-trained elec-
trician!
. Only use suitable ovenware.
. When heating liquids, please always additionally place a tea-
spoon in the container to avoid delayed boiling.
But it must not touch the walls.
During delayed boiling, the boiling temperature is attained
without typical steam bubbles rising. Even when the contain-
er is only slightly shaken, the liquid may then suddenly vigor-
ously boil over or spurt. Risk of scalding.
. Food with a “skin” or “peel”, such as potatoes, tomatoes, sau-
sages, and the like should be pierced with a fork so that any
steam present can escape and the food will not burst.
. Make sure that a minimum temperature of 70 °C is attained
for the cooking/heating of food. This will be achieved if you
follow the instructions given in the cooking tables (time/
power). Never use a mercury or liquid thermometer for meas-
uring the food temperatures.
. Babyfood in jars or bottles should basically be heated with-
out a lid or top and well stirred or shaken after heating to en-
sure uniform distribution of the heat. Before giving your child
the babyfood, please check the temperature.
. Please note that, at high power and time settings, the
ovenware heats up. Therefore use protective mittens suit-
able for handling pots and pans.
Safety
instructions
for the user
Safety
instructions
for the user
10. Do not leave the appliance to operate unattended if
food is to be warmed or cooked in disposable contain-
ers made of plastic, paper, or other inflammable mate-
rials.
Should smoke be observed the oven door must be
kept closed and the oven switched off or else discon-
nected from the power supply.
11. Never use your microwave oven:
m to boil eggs and escargots in their shells, since they
will otherwise burst!
m to heat large quantities of cooking oil (fondue,
deep-frying) and drinks containing a high percent-
age of alcohol (danger of spontaneous combus-
tion!)
a to heat unopened cans, bottles, etc.
to dry animals, textiles, and paper
m for crockery (porcelain, ceramics, earthenware,
etc.) having voids that fill with water and which may
cause vapour pressures to build up during micro-
wave cooking. Please follow the respective manu-
facturer’s instructions.
12. Use your appliance only as instructed and as indicated
in the "Cooking tables”. Never overcook your food by exces-
sive times and excessive power settings.
Specific areas of the food will otherwise dry out and my ig-
nite.
13. Should the power cable fitted to the appliance be damaged,
it must be replaced with an identical one. This work may only
be carried out by the manufacturer's staff or by qualified
electricians who have been trained by the manaufacturer.
14. The viewing window heats up in combined operation
and when grilling, so keep small children well away
from the appliance.
15. If the viewing window is hot, please close the door by
pressing the trapezium-shaped plate on the lower
right-hand side of the door.
AEG electrical appliances comply with all the relevant
safety regulations. Never, ever use the microwave oven if
it is no longer functioning properly. In order to maintain the
safety of your appliance, you may only have repairs, par-
ticularly to the live parts of the appliance, carried out by a
qualified electrician trained by the manufacturer. In the
case of any defect or breakdown you must therefore con-
tact your electrical dealer or our Service Centre direct. If
repairs are carried out improperly, the result can be seri-
ous danger for the user. The interior lighting in the cooking
space can only be replaced by the AEG Service Centre or
by an AEG-trained electrician.
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What’s also important:
To familiarise easily and quickly with the operation of the micro-
wave oven, please use the “Cooking Tables” section.
Cooking time depends on the quantity of food. As a guide:
Double Quantity = Almost Double Time
Please refer to the Tables. Initially always select the shorter cook-
ing time. Only when necessary extend the time as required.
Food comes in different qualities and is prepared in different
quantities, therefore the times and amounts of energy necessary
for defrosting, heating or cooking are different.
The standing time referred to in the “Cooking tables” means:
Allow the food to stand without power i. e. inside or outside the
appliance, to ensure that the heat in the food is uniformly distribut-
ed.
How to cook
by time
and power
General hints
on cooking,
heating,
and
defrosting
Standing
time
The correct
ovenware
Pre-cleaning
the oven
The correct ovenware
Crockery material
Operating modes
De-
frost-
ing
Heat-
ing
Cook-
ing
Combined
operation
micro-
wave
+ grill
Glass")
Glass ceramic
Porcelain’)
Earthenware?)
Plastic crockery?)
Paper cups
Paper plates
Grease-proof paper”)
Cardboard5)
Aluminium foil?)
Metal objects?)
Aluminium containers
Crockery with metal
parts
Keep-fresh foil
Roasting foil
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> Important: please follow the instructions given under
“Practical hints on working with microwave appliances”
4) For exceptions, see “Golden rules”
5) With prolonged heating there is a risk of fire!
Before using my oven for the first time, clean all accessories, turn-
table, turntable support etc., with warm water and washing-up
liquid.
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Door with viewing window
9-level power switch La
60-minute time-switch €)
On/Off switch for turntable
Start button $
3-level grill switch [7]
Door release $
Wave stirrer cover
Interior lighting
Grill heatingbar 1300W (MC DUQ 220),
1700 W (MC DUO 230)
Turntable (must always be in oven during operation)
Door seal |
Door closer and bolt
Shelf levels
Features
Using for the
first time
Micro-wave
solo opera-
tion
10
Firstuse
Power selector
Switch for cooking time
Button for turntable
Start-button
Switch for flat grilling
ONE
—— Door release
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Put the plug into the earthed socket.
Press the door seal Ÿ, open the door, place the food inside and
close the door.
Set the power switch [to the required setting (see Cooking ta-
bles).
Set the time with the switch for the cooking time @).
For cooking times under 2 minutes, set the switch first to
10 minutes and then turn back to the required cooking
time!
Close the door of the appliance.
On: Button (3) sticking out.
Out: Button pressed in.
When using larger pieces of crockery which project beyond the
turntable and might block it you must turn the turntable off.
Press start-button D.
An audible signal is set off at the end of the cooking process
(cooking-time ended).
All cooking processes can be interrupted by opening the door
using the door release 7, e. g. in order to stir the food (cooking
time and power remaining unchanged).
Close the door and press the start button <>. The cooking
time automatically resumes.
If the cooking process is to be interrupted or stopped sooner than
the time set, press the door release button Ÿ and turn the
switch © for the cooking time to 0.
Deep-frozen food is defrosted at the times and powers indicated
in the “Cooking tables”.
Set power switch to defrosting 1-3, set switch @) for the
cooking time.
Close the appliance door.
Press start button <D.
An audible signal sounds at the end of the defrosting time.
In microwave solo operation make sure that the switch for grilling
Y" is in the Off-position (:).
Microwave
solo
operation
Cooking time
and power
Turntable
Starting
Interrupting
the cooking
process
Stopping
the cooking
process
early
Defrosting
Note
11
Microwave
combined
operation
=]
—
—
Cooking time
and power/
Microwave
Switching on
the grill
Turntable
Starting
Interrupting
the cooking
process
Stopping
the cooking
process
early
12
Put the plug into the earthed socket.
Press the door release Ÿ, open the door, place the food inside
and close the door.
Set the power switch Le to the required setting (see Cooking ta-
bles).
Set the time with the switeh for the cooking time ©).
For cooking times under 2 minutes, set the switch first to
10 minutes and then turn back to the required cooking
time.
Close the door of the appliance.
Set the switch [+] for the hook-up grill to the required position 1,
2, or 3 (see Combination table for grilling).
In combined operation, both my turntable and the shelf
supports with the accessories (e.g. wire tray) can be used
as well.
When using the shelf supports please consult the “Combi-
nation table for grilling”.
On: Button [IJ] sticking out.
Out: Button pressed in.
When using larger pieces of crockery which project beyond the
turntable and might block it you must turn the turntable off.
Press start-button D.
An audible signal is set off at the end of the cooking process
(cooking-time ended).
All cooking processes can be interrupted by opening the door
using the door release Y, e. g. in order to stir the food (cooking
time and power remaining unchanged).
Close the door and press the start button <). The cooking
time automatically resumes.
If the cooking process is to be interrupted or stopped sooner than
the time set, press the door release button Ÿ and turn the
switch ©) for the cooking time and the switch [=] for the grill
to the Off position (:).
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Turn pieces of meat/fish over so that they are browned evenly on
both sides.
To make cleaning easier, a splash-protection panel can
be inserted above the grill (special accessory at extra
charge).
Please insert the glass fat-pan and the wire tray as shown
in the table.
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The grilling times stated can only be for general guidance as, for
grilling in particular, the times depend on the nature and the thick-
ness of the items being grilled and on the desired result.
The glass fat-pan and the wire grill are easier to clean if
they are placed to soak in warm water with washing-up
liquid immediately after grilling has finished.
Microwave
combined
operation
Recommen-
dations
Shelf levels
13
Combined
operation
table
microwave/
grill
14
Type/quantity Micro- Shelf level Grill Cooking
wave Glass fat- setting | time in
power pan/wire minutes
grill counting | level
upwards
500 g roast beef 4 |! 1 3 15-20
500 g roast pork 5 1 3 35-40
2 breasts of
chicken 6 1 3 18-25
Whole chicken 6 1 2 25-30
Minced roast 7 1 3 20-25
Baked potato 8 1 2 20-25
Moussaka 7 1 2 18-25
Lasagne 7 1 2 20-25
Noodle casserole 5 1 3 20-25
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Set power switch L4 to position (:)!
Set the time with the switch for the cooking time ©.
For grilling times under 2 minutes, set the switch first to 10
minutes and then turn back to the required grilling
time.
Close the door,
Set the switch |] for the variable grill to the required position 1,
2, or 3 (see Grilling table).
For grilling you can use my accessories (e. g. wire tray or
wire tray and glass fat-pan).
Set the parts into the shelf supports according to the grill-
ing table.
During grilling, the turntable must always been turned
off!
Off: Button (1) pressed in.
Press start-button {.
At the end of the grilling process (grilling-time ended) an audible
signal is set off. |
All grilling processes can be interrupted by opening the door
using the door release Y, e. g. in order to turn the food (grilling
time remaining unchanged).
Close the door and press the start button >. The grilling time
automatically resumes.
If the grilling process is to be interrupted or stopped sooner than
the time set, press the door release button Y and turn the
switch for the grilling time @) and the switch [] for the grill to
the Off position ().
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Grilling
time
Grilling
power
Caution
Starting
interrupting
the grilling
process
Stopping
the grilling
process
early
15
Grilling
operation
m)
- Recommen-
dations
Shelf
levels
Grilling
table
16
Turn pieces of meat/fish over after half the grilling time, so that the
slices are browned evenly on both sides. Flat slices and pieces
need only to be turned over once; larger, rounder pieces several
times,
To make cleaning easier, a splash-protection panel can
be inserted above the grill (special accessory at extra
charge).
Please use the glass fat-pan and the combination wire
tray as shown in the table.
The grilling times stated can only be for general guidance as, for
grilling in particular, the times depend on the nature and the thick-
ness of the items being grilled and on the desired result.
Preheat the cooking space for 2 minutes.
The glass fat-pan and the wire grill are easier to clean if
they are placed to soak in warm water with washing- up lig-
uid immediately after grilling has finished
Type/quantity Shelf level Grilling time Grill
Glass fat- | 1st side 2nd side | setting
pan/wire m)
grill counting level
upwards
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gS | ®
Pork cutlet,
pork schnitzei,
rissoles, veal
schnitzel, mutton
or lamb cutiet 3 4 |15-18 min [12-15 min |3
Pork fillet 3 4 118-20 min [12-15 min |3
Sausage 3 4 |15-18 min {12-15 min |3
Shashlik 3 4 112-15 min [10-12 min |3
Beef fillet steak
Veal steak 3 4 110-15 min [10-15 min {3
Halves of chicken
(500 g each) 1 1 |15-20 min 15-20 min |2
inside outside
Fish fillet 3 4 8-12 min | 7-10 min |3
Trout, each
approx. 200-250 g | 3 4 [10-15 min | 8-10 min |3
Toast 3 4 3- 4 min | 3- 4 min |2-3
Open sandwiches 3 4 |10-12 min 3
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Hints on power settings <
The following list will show you which power settings enable you
to do what:
Setting 8-9: Maximum power
— to start a cooking sequence, to bring to the boil, start roast-
ing, stewing, etc.
— roasting meat on the micro-grill plate
— heating ready meals
- defrosting and heating deep-frozen ready meals
Setting 6-7:
- finish roasting meat that was initially roasted on Setting 9
- warming tender dishes such as: mushrooms, cheese, snails,
mussels, beaten eggs, kidney beans, butter, baby-food in
glass jars, chocolate for coating cakes
- starting to stew meat in small pieces (goulash)
— cooking fish.
Setting 3-5:
- simmering soups, stews, casseroles, noodles (after bringing
to the boil on Setting 9)
— further braising of goulash, collared meat, etc. after initial roast-
ing
- cooking small pieces of veal (without initial roasting).
Setting 2:
— defrosting meat, fish, fruit, bread, and cakes
~ soaking rice (after bringing to the boil on Setting 9).
Setting 1:
— warming cold dishes and drinks, softening butter
- defrosting dishes with a high fat content, sausage, and
cheese
- proving yeasted dough
defrosting cream and butter
defrosting cakes with cream or butter icing.
Setting (:)
only for use when grilling!
17
Cooking:
Defrosting:
Ready meals
18
Practical hints on working with microwave appliances
Wherever possible, cook in a covered container. Only if crust is
required or is to be retained should you cook food in uncovered
containers. After switching off your appliance, allow the food to
stand inside for some minutes (standing time).
Refrigerated or frozen foods require a ionger cooking time.
Foods containing sauces should be stirred from time to time.
Vegetables:
Cook vegetables with firm consistency, such as carrots, peas,
and cauliflower, with a little water. Cook vegetables with soft con-
sistency, such as mushrooms, peppers, and tomatoes, without
liquid.
Meat:
Place frozen, unpacked meat on an inverted plate in a glass or
porcelain container so that the meat juice can drain. Turn during
the defrosting period.
When the defrosting period has elapsed, the pieces of meat need
a differently long standing time depending on consistency.
Butter, pieces of layer cake, cottage cheese:
Previously remove aluminium foil packaging. Do not fully defrost
in the appliance, but leave to adjust outside. |
Ready meals in metal packages or plastic containers with metal
lids should be heated or defrosted in your microwave oven only if
they are explicitly marked as being suitable for microwave
use. Please follow the operating instructions printed on
the packages (remove the metal lid and prick the plastic
foil).
Important: Metal objects must be placed at least 2 cm
away from the cooking space walls and door.
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Micro-wave solo operation
Heating of refrigerated food and drink
Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power | Time/min.
«1 850 W
Food
1 glass babyfood Heat glass without lid, 5-6 1/2-2
(125-250 mi) stir after warming
1 convenience meal Heat in covered container. 9 2-3
on plate Place gravy alongside
(350-400 а) separately in cup
1 portion meat Heat breadcrumbed meat in un- 9 1-2
(around 150 g) covered container, all other meat
portions in covered container
1 portion vegetables Heat in covered container 9 11/2-21/2
or potatoes or rice
(around 200 g, each)
1 cup soup Heat clear soups in uncovered 9 1-11/2
(around 200 ml) container, thick soups in covered
container
Drinks*
200 mI milk Stir after warming 7-8 1/2-1
or babyfood Check the temperature!
1 cup/glass water bail Stir in instant coftee or tea 9 1-2
(around 180 m3) after around 1/2 minute when
water ceases to boil vigorously
1 cup milk Heat milk hot enough to drink 9 112-1
1 cup coffee 9 Yo—1
(reheat)
* Additionally place teaspoon in container
Melting of food
Type/quantity | Remarks/hints: Power |Time/min.
<<] 850 W
Melting
of food
Chocolate/toppings Stir from time to time 6-7 2-3
(100 g)
Butter (50 9) To heat, set 1 mín. longer 6-7 2-1
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20
Micro-wave solo operation
Defrosting
Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power | Time/ | Standing
«1 min. time
850 W | (min.)
Meat
Whole meat Turn once. Cover fatty 2-3 10-12 10-15
(500 g) lean parts with aluminium
foil after 1st half of de-
frosting time
Steaks (per 200 g) During defrosting time in 2-3 3-41/2 5-10
oven, turn once
Mixed chopped meat Remove defrost chopped 2-3 10-12 5-10
(500 а) meat after 10 min. 10-15
(750 W)
Goulash See chopped meat 2-3 10-12 10-15
(per 500 g)
Poultry
Chicken During defrosting time in 2-3 25-30 10-20
(around 1 kg) oven, turn once.
Cover legs with aluminium
foil after 1st haif of de-
frosting time
Duck (1,5-2 kg) See above 2-3 25-35 40-60
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Micro-wave solo operation
Defrosting
Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power Time | Standing
850 W min. | time
= 850 W | {min.)
Fish
Whole fish Turn once during defrosting 1-2 . | 10-12 15-20
(500 g) time in oven. Possibly cover x
fins with aluminium foil
Shrimps/Crab Stir thoroughly after half de- 1-2 4- 6 15-20
(250 9) frosting time *
Dairy produce
Cottage cheese Divide and stir frozen cot- 1-2 18-25 15-20
(500 g) tage cheese pieces from *
time to time
Butter Previously remove aluminium 1 3-5 15-20
(250 9) foil
Cheese Only start defrosting of 1 3- 4 30-60
(250 q) cheese in appliance and
allow to defrost in room
Cream Previously remove aluminium 1 4- 7 15-20
(200 mil) lid. Stir occasionally, and
whip together with small
flakes of ice
Fruit
Strawberries, damsons, | Allow to defrost in covered 1-2 8-10 10-15
cherries, red-currants, container. *
apricots, etc. (500 g) During defrosting time in
oven, stir once
Raspberries (250 g) See above 1-2 4- 6 10-15
*
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22
Micro-wave solo operation
Defrosting
Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power Time/ | Stand-
850 W min. ing
« 850 W | time
(min.)
Bread
4 breadrolls During defrosting time in ag 1-11/2 5-7
oven, turn once
Wholemeal bread mixed Defrost individual slices in 1-2 1/2-11/2 5 7
bread, rye bread per slice | covered container *
(60-80 а)
Bread (arcund 500 g) Cover cutting surface 1-2 6- 8 10-20
Cakes
Dry cakes, e. g. shortcrust | Allow cakes to defrost 1-2 3- 4 5-10
pastry cakes (around 300 g)| uncovered on serviette or x
piate
Fruit flans baked on baking | See above 1-2 9-12 10-15
sheet *
(400-450 g)
1 slice cheesecake or See above 1-2 8-10 10-15
covered apple tart x
{around 400 g)
Cream and butter-cream Only start defrosting of 1 5- 6 30-60
layer cakes cakes in appliance
(300-400 а)
Defrosting and heating of frozen convenience foods
Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power Time/ | Stand-
850 W min. ing
=] 850 W | time
(min.)
1 portion meat with gravy | Turn or stir from time to 8-9 3-5 3-5
(150 9) time
1 portion meat with Stir food once before 8-9 8-15 3-5
vegetables, garnish serving
(350-450 g)
Pizza, ready-topped Place pizza on 9* 3-5 3-5
(300 9) browning skillet
* Preheat browning skillet empty 11/2-2 min.
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Micro-wave solo operation
Cooking fish
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Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power Time/
= min.
850 W
Fish fillets Cover during cooking 9 7- 9
(per 500 g)
Whole fish Cover during cooking: 1. 9 4- 5
(1000 9) cover flat parts with 2. 5-6 8-10
aluminium foil
Cooking of vegetables and potatoes
Type Quantity | Liquid | Remarks/hints:* Power Times
addi- æ min.
tion 850 W
Caulifiower 500 g 1/8 | Top with butter 9 8-10
Frozen broccoli 300 g 1/8 | Stalks facing 9 10-12
outwards
Mushrooms 250 g none | Cut into slices 9 4-5
Frozen fresh peas 300g | 12 cup 9 7- 9
and carrots
Carrots 250 g | 2 cup | Cut into cubes 9 8-10
or slices
Potatoes 250 9 2-3 | Peel an quarter 9 4- 5
teasp.
Cooking of vegetables
Type Quantity | Liquid | Remarks/hints:* Power Time/
addi- | = min.
tion 850 W
Kohlrabi 250g | 12 cup | Cut into spikes 9 7- 8
or slices
Red/green 250 g none | Cut into strips 9 5- 6
peppers or pieces
Leeks 250 g | 2 cup | Cut into rings 9 5- 6
or pieces
Frozen 300 g | "2 cup 9 7-9
Brussels sprouts
Sauerkraut 250 g | ‘2 cup 9 8-12
* Note hints in operating instructions!
23
Cleaning the
appliance
Removing and
reinserting
the wire racks
24
Cleaning and care
Cleaning should only be carried out when the appliance is un-
plugged from the mains supply.
Use only mild cleaners i. e. washing-up liquid and hot water.
Clean your appliance inside and outside with a soft cloth. Never
use abrasive scouring agents.
You can neutralize odours inside the cooking space by boiling a
cup of water with a little lemon juice for a few minutes in your
oven.
To clean the side-walls of the micro-wave, the wire racks can be
removed as follows:
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==
[MC 137.1] / ©
Pull the rack upwards and lift it out sideways and downwards out
of its holder.
It can be placed back in position by following this procedure in re-
verse.
MCRP600-2 08/93 GB - MCRP603-1 10/93 GB
MOWTWS00-1 10/93 GB - MCWTWBE10-1 06/93 GB - MCATB04 08/95 GB
If you think your microwave oven is not
functioning properly
Before calling the service centre, please check whether, on the
basis of the following hints, you can rectify the fault yourself.
If your microwave oven no longer works, check whether:
E your appliance is plugged into the mains supply;
Hm the fuses in the fixed wiring are in order;
M the door is fully closed;
E the start button is pressed.
If after you have made this check the microwave oven still does not
work, please call the AEG service centre or your retailer.
If after you have made these checks the microwave oven stilt does
not work, please telephone AEG Customer Service.
E If you decide to call the Service Centre to help with any of the
above instructions or on grounds of faulty operation, the service
engineer's visit cannot be made free of charge even during the
guarantee period.
mM Therefore please take careful note of our instructions on the
operation of your microwave oven.
Bm AEG electrical appliances comply with all the valid safety re-
quirements. Repairs to electrical appliances should only be per-
formed by a trained electrician. Improper repairs may place the
user at serious risk.
Installation/connections
À gap all around the oven of 5 cm is necessary in order to assure
perfect ventilation.
Connect to a plug socket with protective earth contact and
fused with a 16 A-L automatic device or 16 A slow-blowing
fuse!
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To install the appliance in a hanging kitchen cabinet, use
the appropriate mounting frame.
Note the relevant Instructions for Installation and Connection.
The oven must be connected by means of a proper plug and pro-
tected with a 16-A-L automatic or a 16 amp slow fuse.
When the oven is installed, there must be a possibility of discon-
necting it from the mains with a contact break of at least 3 mm on
all poles.
A suitable size of LS switch, or a melting or fly-out fuse, are suit-
able contact-breakers.
Service centre
If you cannot find any reference to a particular fault in the operat-
ing instructions, please contact AEG Service.
When doing so, quote the E-No, and F-No. of your oven, which
you will find on the rating plate (arrow).
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Indication of these numbers helps the Service centre to identify
the required spare part so that the engineer can repair the oven
on his first visit, thus saving you additional costs caused by re-
peated trips of the service engineer.
50 that these numbers are always to hand, please enter them
here.
E-No. 1.111211 LL LL LA ARR
MCUEGO7 08/93 GB - MCTS600-3 10/93 GB
MCSZHEO?-1 08/93 GB
Special accessories
Glass splash-protection plate for inserting above the grill
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Technical
data
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MICROMAT DUO 220
Mains voltage: 230 Y, 50 Hz
Power input: 2700 W
Output:
— ful power: 850 W (measured as in
IEC 705: 1988)
— defrosting: 180 W
Micro-wave - 9
regulation: (85/130/170/250/425/
500/600/720/850 W)
Grill bar: 1300 W
Fuse: 16 A-L
Electronic timer: 60 minutes
Table-top model:
Diameter (height x width x depth} in mm
Housing: 296 x 496 x 384
Interior: 185x315x315
Net weight: 19 kilos
MICROMAT DUO 230
Mains voltage: 230 V, 50 Hz
Power input: 3100 W
Output:
— full power: 850 W (measured asin
IEC 705: 1988)
- defrosting: 180 W
Micro-wave 9
regulation: (85/130/170/250/425/
500/600/720/850 W)
Grill bar: 1700W
Fuse: 16 A-L
Electronic timer; 60 minutes
Table-top model:
Diameter (height x width x depth) in mm
Housing: 348 x 555 x 429
Interior: 217x360 x 360
Net weight: 23 kilos
C € This appliance complies with the following EC Directives: 73/
23/EEC of 10. 2. 1973 — Low-Voltage Directive. 89/336/EEC of 3. 5.
1989 (incl. Amendment Directive 92/31/EEC) — EMC (Electroma-
gnetic Compatibility) Directive.
GB
MCTD605-1 08/95
МСАР622 04/96 GB
DIN Power | Dura- | Stand- {| Remarks )
No. 44 566 2 | tion ing time
Part 2 in min. | in min.
Defrosting and 9 11-12 3 Covered, turn
cooking fish fillet | Grill Off | (13-14) after half the time
Makingtoast? ¡Grill On:3| 3 — Preheat for 5 min.
Grilling 2 fillet Grill On: 3| 18-20 — Turn after brow-
steaks *) (24-26) ning the 1st side
Grilling a 3 30 3 As above
chicken 9) GrillOn: 2| (35)
IEC 705 Power | Dura- | Stand- | Remarks ")
=) | tion ling time
in min. | in min.
Egg milk 5 22-24 | 120
(Test A) Grill Of |(26-28)
Cooking sponge 9 6 5
(Test B) Grill Off (7)
Cooking 9 12-13 5
mincemeat Grill Off | (13-14)
(Test ©)
Defrosting 2 15-16 5 Place directly on
mincemeat Grill Off | (19-20) turntable, turn
after half the time
Defrosting 2 8-9 3 Covered
raspberries Grill Off
') Unless otherwise specified, the turntable must be operational.
2) Place on grilling wire shelf (level from below: 3).
% Place on grilling wire shelf (level from below: 4).
Place collection vessel underneath or insert glass drip-pan
(level from below: 3)
* Place on grilling wire shelf (level from below: 1).
Place collection vessel underneath or insert glass drip-pan
(level from below: 1)
(...) MICROMAT DUO 230
Test
dish speci-
fications
Microwave
power:
850 W
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