GE JESO734PIVLRR User's Manual

GE JESO734PIVLRR User's Manual
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JESO734PIVlRR
Safety Instructions
Operating
Features
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2-4
Instructions
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Quick Start ............................
Changing Power Levels ................
Time Features .......................
Convenience Features ..............
Other Features
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6-9
9-10
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Helpful Information
Microwave Terms .....................
Care and Cleaning ................
If Something Goes Wrong .............
Things That Are Normal ...............
Microwave
Oven Warrantg
Consumer
Support ...............
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
WARNING!
• Do not operate ang heating or cooking appliance
microwave.
For your safety, the information in this manual must be
followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion, electric shock,
or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss of life.
beneath this
• Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged power cord or plug,
if it is not working properlg, or if it has been damaged or dropped.
• Do not cover or block ang openings on the appliance.
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE
ENERGV
(e)
Do NotAttempt
(b)
can result in harmful exposure to microwave
energg.
• This microwave
Do Not Operate
the oven if it is damaged.
on sealing surfaces.
It is particularly
important
that the oven door close properlg and that there is no damage
outdoors. Do not use this product near
water-for
example, in a wet basement,
sink or in similar locations.
Do Not Place ang object between the oven front face and the door
as described in
oven is not approved or tested for marine use.
• Do not store this appliance
not to defeat or tamper with the safetg interlocks.
or allow soil or cleaner residue to accumulate
(c)
Use this appliance only for its intended purpose
this Owner's Manual
to operate this oven with the door open since open-
door operation
It is important
• Usethis appliance onlg for its intended use as described in this manual.
Do not use corrosive chemicals or vapors in this appliance. This
microwave oven is specificollg designed to heat, drg or cook food, and
is not intended for laboratorg or industrial use.
near a swimming
pool, near a
• Keep power cord awog from heated surfaces.
• Do not immerse
power cord or plug in wotel:
to the:
• Do not let power cord hang over edge of table or countel:
(1) door (bent),
• To reduce the risk of fire in the oven covitg:
(2) hinges and latches (broken or loosened),
-
(5) door seals and sealing surfaces.
Do not overcook food. Corefullg attend appliance
or other combustible
when papel, plastic
materials are placed inside the oven while
cooking.
(d)
The Oven Should Not be adjusted or repaired bg angone except
properlg qualified service personnel.
When using electricalappliances, basic safety precautions
should be followed, including the following:
• Read and follow the specific precautions
Possible Exposure to Excessive Hicrowuve
Instructions
• Install or locate this appliance
installation
in the "Precautions
to Avoid
Energg" section above.
must be grounded. Connect onlg to u properlg grounded
outlet. See the Grounding
Remove wire twist-ties and metal handles from paper or plastic
containers
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• This appliance
-
section on page/4.
onlg in accordance
with the provided
-
Do not use the oven for storage purposes. Do not leave paper
products,
-
If materials inside the oven ignite, keep the oven door closed, turn the
back from the countertop
appliance
edge to avoid accidental
tipping of the
in normal usage.
• Do not mount this appliance
• See door surface cleaning instructions
of this manual.
• Do not mount the microwave
heating or cooking appliance.
• Do not store angthing
when the microwave
bg the Consumer
directlg on top of the microwave
oven is in operation.
oven surface
oven, except as
Support section of this manual. Do not
to service the microwave
then this appliance
oven gourself. If service is desired,
should be serviced onlg bg qualified service
personnel. Contact the nearest authorized
service facility for
repair or adjustment.
• As with ang appliance,
oven over or near ang portion of a
in the Care and Cleaning section
• GE does not support ang servicing of this microwave
examination,
over a sink.
the power cord, or shut off power at the fuse
or circuit breaker panel. If the door is opened, the fire mag spread.
attempt
• Be certain to place the front surface of the door three inches or more
cooking utensils or food in the oven when not in use.
oven off and disconnect
described
instructions.
before placing them in the oven.
close supervision
is necessary
when used
by children.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of injury to persons:
-
Do not overheat
the liquid.
- Stir the liquid both before and halfway
ARCING
-
If you see arcing, press the CLEAR/OFF pad and correct
the problem
Arcing is the microwave
caused by:
• Metal or foil touching
- After heating,
-
term for sparks in the oven. Arcing is
Do not use straight-sided
allow the container
to food {upturned
• Metal, such as twist-ties,
in the microwave.
• Recycled paper towels
in the microwave.
edges act like antennas).
poultry
pins or gold-rimmed
inserting
small metal pieces being used
cooked.
Be careful to prevent
frozen
feeding
FOODS
beverages
beverages).
in your microwave
microwave
popcorn
for use in microwave
accessory
ovens.
oven unless in a special
or unless you use popcorn
labeled
in injury.
egg yolk and will cause
the microwave
oven. Pressure will build up inside
it to burst, possibly
resulting
in injury.
to the oven and could start
a fire. It increases the heat around
shorten the life of the oven.
the magnetron
in narrow-necked
Even if the container
bottles
is opened,
Liquids,
such as water, coffee
beyond
the boiling
or boiling
{especially
pressure
to burst, possibly
of hot food, including
pouches and boxes. To prevent
from hands and face.
fire, causing
potatoes.
damage
popcorn
possible
They could
when opening
bags, cooking
injury, direct steam away
dehydrate
and catch
to your oven.
• Cook meat and poultry thoroughly-meat
to at least an INTERNAL
of 160°F and poultry to at least an INTERNAL temperature
of 180°F. Cooking to these temperatures
foodborne illness.
usually protects against
MICROWAVE-SAFE
COOKWARE
Hake sure all cookware used in your microwave oven is suitable for
microwaving. Host glass casseroles, cooking dishes, measuring cups,
custard cups, pottery or china dinnerware which does not have
metallic trim or glaze with a metallic sheen can be used. Some
cookware is labeled "suitable for microwaving."
• If you are not sure if a dish is
microwave-safe, use this test: Place in
SUPERHEATED WATER
microwave
test
and can
• Foods with unbroken outer "skin" such as potatoes, hot dogs,
sausages, tomatoes, apples, chicken livers and other giblets,
and egg yolks should be pierced to allow steam to escape
during cooking.
point
is. Always
with no food inside for more than a
minute or two may cause damage
bubbling
any containers
temperature
• Do not boil eggs in a microwave
the
formula.
in injury.
• Do not overcook
such us whole eggs and sealed containers-for
example, closed jars-are
able to explode and should not be heated
in this microwave oven. Such use of the microwave oven could result
• Operating
really
• Hot foods and steam can cause burns. Be careful
• Do not pop popcorn
• Some products
when warming
the baby.
can build up. This can cause the container
resulting
utensil into the
Stir food to distribute
scalding
may feel cooler than the formula
before
• Don't defrost
carbonated
oven
baby food in glass jars, even with the lid off. Make
The container
the formula
containing
to stand in the microwave
a spoon or other
care when
it.
necks.
Use extreme
container
heat evenly.
dishes,
with narrow
the container
sure all infant food is thoroughly
• Foil not molded
heating
for a short time before removing
• Avoid heating
the side of the oven.
containers
through
or tea, are able to be overheated
without
appearing
when the container
oven is not alwags
present.
to be boiling.
is removed
from
Visible
the
THIS COULD RESULT
IN VERY HOT LIQUIDS SUDDENLY BOILING OVER WHEN THE
CONTAINER IS DISTURBED OR A SPOON OR OTHER UTENSIL
IS INSERTED INTO THE LIQUID.
the oven both the dish you are testing
and a glass measuring cup filled with
1 cup of water-set the measuring cup
either in or next to the dish. Microwave :1minute at high. If the dish
heats, it should not be used for microwaving. If the dish remains
cool and only the water in the cup heats, then the dish is
microwave-safe.
• If you use a meat thermometer
for use in microwave
ovens.
while cooking,
make sure it is safe
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
MICROWAVE-SAFE
, Do not use recgcled
paper products.
napkins and waxed
cause arcing
filaments
COOKWARE
Recgcled
paper can contain
be avoided,
, Some styrofoam
containing
as theg nag
v vw
,.
Improper
also ignite.
the
the package
for proper
reduces
ovens. Check
appliance
use.
dishes in order to retain
to vent plastic
moisture
and prevent
spattering.
Be sure
become
heated food. Pot holders
, "Boilable"
cooking
be slit, pierced
plastic could
hot because
nag
pouches
and tightly
cooking
covering
uncovered
with containers
carefully
closed plastic
bg package.
storage
because
tightly
from the
to handle the cookware.
or immediately
resulting in injurg. Also, plastic
least partially
of heat transferred
be needed
or vented as directed
burst during
bags should
If they are not,
after cooking,
containers
should
possibly
be at
they form a tight seal. When
covered
existsbeforeuse
with a power cord having
current.
This
a grounding
wire
into an outlet that
and grounded.
Consult
a qualified
electrician
understood,
responsibility
2-prong
and obligation
3-prong
in this manual.
wall outlet,
are not
the appliance
it is your personal
to have it replaced
with a properly
wall outlet.
Do not under any circumstances
prong
instructions
exists as to whether
grounded.
If the outlet is a standard
grounded
if the grounding
or if doubt
cut or remove the third (ground)
from the power cord.
For best
operation,plug
prevent
flickering
this appliance
of lights, blowing
from hands and face.
We do not recommend
into its own electrical
of fuse or tripping
using an extension
If the power cord is too short,
microwaved
/
"
Ensureproper ground
outlet to
of circuit breaken
with plastic wrap, remove
and direct steam away
, Use foil only as directed
_
plug. The plug must be plugged
installed
completely
wrap so steam can escape.
nag
TV dinners
may be
outlet near the appliance.
cord with this appliance.
have a qualified
(See Extension
electrician
Cords section
install
an
below.)
in foil trags less than 3/4" high; remove the top foil
cover and return the trag to the box. When using foil in the
microwave oven, keep the foil at least 1" away from the sides
of the oven.
, Plastic cookware-Plastic cookware designed for microwave cooking
is very useful, but should be used carefully. Evenmicrowave-safe
plastic may not be as tolerant of overcooking conditions as are glass
or ceramic materials, and may soften or char if subjected to short
periods of overcooking. In longer exposures to overcooking, the food
and cookware could ignite.
Follow these guidelines:
1 Usemicrowave-safe plastics only and use them in strict
compliance with the cookware manufacturer's recommendations.
2 Do not microwave empty containers.
3 Do not permit children to use plastic cookware without
complete supervision.
EXTENSION
CORDS
A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risks resulting from
becoming entangled
in or tripping
over a longer cord.
Extension cords may be used if you are careful in using them.
If an extension cord is used1 The marked electrical
rating of the extension
cord should be at least
as great as the electrical rating of the appliance;
2 The extension cord must be a grounding-type
5-wire cord and it
must be plugged into a 5-slot outlet;
3 The extension 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 unintentionally.
If you use an extension
cord, the interior light may flicker and the blower
sound may vary when the microwave
oven is on. Cooking times may be
longer, too.
READ AND FOLLOW
INFORHATION
THIS SAFETY
CAREFULLY.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
4
II
_
and plastic wrap can be used to cover
is properly
, Cookware
plug
an escape wire for the electric
is equipped
with a grounding
paper
I
METHOD
grounding
the risk of electric
shock bg providing
for use in microwave
P EEERREO
_ '_,,,o
This appliance must be grounded. In
the event of an electrical short circuit,
is properly
, Paper towels, waxed
,w.,
use of the
grounding
to dry newspapers.
, Not all plastic wrap is suitable
_,
on) have a
in the bottom. When microwaved,
metal can burn the floor of the oven or ignite a paper towel.
, Do not use the microwave
INSTRUCTIONS
IMARNIIklGI
nag
nylon or nglon
trags (like those that meat is packaged
thin strip of metal embedded
GROUNDING
paper towels,
metal flecks which
or ignite. Paper products
should
(CONT.)
Features
(Throughout this manual, features and
appearance may vary from your model.)
1. Door Latches.
2. Window
with Metal
Shield. Screen
allows cooking to be viewed while
keeping microwaves confined
in the oven.
3. Convenience
Guide.
700 Watts
NOTE: Rating plate, oven vent(s) and
oven light are located on the inside walls
of the microwave oven.
5. Door Latch
Release.
Press
release to open the dooE
4. Touch Control
Panel Displag.
Quick Start
(Throughout this manual, features and appearance
The Controls on Your Microwave
latch
6. Removable Turntable. Turntable and
support must be in place when using
the oven. The turntable may be
removed for cleaning.
may vary from your model,)
Oven
You con microwave by time or with
the convenience features.
Time Features
Enter
Time Cook
Amount of cooking time,
Time Defrost {Amountof defrosting time)
Amount of defrosting time.
Add 30
Starts automatically!
Power Level
Power level 1-9
(automaticallyset at Hi),
Convenience Features
Enter
Popcorn
3,5 oz. or 3.0 oz. package
Beverage
1-4 servings
Pizza
1-4 slices
Dinner plate
I or 2 servings
Cook
Food type 1-6
OO0
Changing Power Levels
Variable power levels add flexibilitg to
microwave cooking.The power levels on
the microwave oven can be compared to
the surface units on a range. Power level Hi
or full power is the fastest wag to cook and
gives gou 100% poweE Each power level
gives you microwave energg a certain
percent of the time. Power level7 is
microwave energy 70% of the time. Power
level 3 is energg 30% of the time.
Restperiods (when the microwave energg
cgcles off) give time for the food to
"equalize" or transfer heat to the inside of
the food. An example of this is shown with
power level3-the defrost cgcle. If
microwave energg did not cgcle off, the
outside of the food would cook before the
insidewas defrosted.
A high setting will cook faster but food
mag need more frequent stirring, rotating
or turning oveEMost cooking will be done
on power level Hi.A lower setting will cook
more evenlg and need less stirring or
rotating of the food.
Power Level
Best Uses
Hi
Fish,bacon, vegetables,
boiling liquids.
Ned-High 7
Gentlecooking of meat and
poultrg; baking casseroles
and reheating.
Medium 5
Slowcooking and
tenderizing such as
stews and less tender
cuts of meat.
Some foods mag have better flavor, texture
or appearance if one of the lower settings
is used. Use a lower power level when
cooking foods that have a tendencg to boil
over, such as scalloped potatoes.
Here are some examples of uses for
various power levels:
Low 2 or 3
Warm I
Defrosting without cooking;
simmering; delicate sauces.
Keepingfood warm without
overcooking; softening
butter
Time Features
Time Cook
The power level mag be changed if gou
Time Cook
do not want full poweE
Allows #ou to microwave for any time up
to 9g minutes and 9g seconds.
1. Press Time Cook.
2. Enter cooking time.
3.Change power level if gou don't want
full power. (Press Power Level.
Select a desired power level 1-9.)
4. Press Start.
Power level Hi is automaticallu set, but
Uoumag change it for more flexibility.
You may open the door during Time Cook
to check the food. Closethe door and press
Start to resume cooking.
How to Change the Power Level
The power level may be entered or
changed immediatelu after entering
the feature time for Time Cook.
1. Press Time Cook.
2. Enter cooking time.
3. Press Power Level.
4. Select desired power level 1-9.
5. Press Start.
Time Features (cant)
Time Cook Guide
- NOTE: Use power
level Hi unless otherwise
noted.
Amount
Time
Comments
Asparagu s
(freshspears)
1 lb.
7 to 10 rain., Had-High (7)
In lY2-qt, casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
(frozenspears)
10-oz.package
5 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole.
(freshgreen)
(frozengreen)
(frozen lima)
i lb.cut in half
lO-oz, package
lO-oz, package
12 to 17 min.
6 to 9 rain.
6 to 9 rain.
In lY2-qt, casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons water.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
(fresh,whole)
Broccoli
i bunch
18 to 25 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
(freshcut)
1 bunch (lY4to lY2 Ibs.)
7 to 10 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
(freshspears)
(frozen,choPPed)
(frozenspears)
i bunch (1V4to 1V2Ibs.)
lO-oz, package
lO-oz, package
9 to 13 rain.
5 to 8 rain.
5 to 8 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 5 tablespoons water.
Cabbage
(fresh)
(wedges)
i medium head (about 2 Ibs.)
8 to 15 rnin.
7 to 14 rain.
In lJ/2- or 2-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
In 2- or 5-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
Carrots
(fresh,sliced)
i lb.
6 to 9 rain.
In lJ/2-qt, casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
(frozen)
10-oz.package
5 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons water.
(flowerets)
(fresh,whole)
(frozen)
i medium head
i medium head
10-oz.package
9 to 14 rain.
9 to 17 rain.
5 to 8 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons water.
(frozen kernel)
10-oz.package
4 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons watel:
(fresh)
i to 5 ears
5 to 5 rain. per ear
In 2-qt. glass baking dish, place corn. If corn is in husk, use no
water; if corn has been husked, add 1/4 cup watel: Rearrange
after half of time.
(frozen)
i ear
2 to 6 ears
5 to 7 rain.
2 to 4 rain. per ear
Place in 2-qt. glass baking dish. Coverwith vented plastic wrap.
Rearrange after half of time.
Mixedvegetables
(frozen)
lO-oz, package
4 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 3 tablespoons watel:
(fresh,shelled)
2 Ibs.unshelled
9 to 12 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water:
(frozen)
Potatoes
lO-oz, package
4 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons water:
(fresh,cubed,
white)
(fresh,whole,
sweet or white)
4 potatoes
(6 to 8 oz.each)
1 (6 to 8 oz.)
11to 14 rain.
Peel and cut into i inch cubes. Place in 2-qt. casserole with 1/2 cup
watel: Stir after half of time.
2 to 5 rain.
Pierce with cooking fork. Place in center of the oven. Let stand
5 minutes.
10 to 16 oz.
5 to 8 rain.
10-oz.package
5 to 8 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place washed spinach.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 5 tablespoons water:
i lb.sliced
4 to 7 rain.
In 1Y2-qt.casserole,place 1/4 cup water:
i to 2 squash
(about 1 lb.each)
7 to 11 rain.
Cut in half and remove fibrous membranes. In 2-qt. glass baking
dish, place squash cut-side-down. Turn cut-side-up after/4 minutes.
Beans
Cauliflower
Corn on the cob
Spinach
(fresh)
(frozen,chopped
and leaf)
Squash
(fresh,summer
and yellow)
(winter,acorn
or butternut)
Time Features (cont)
Time Defrost
Allows gou to defrost for a selected length
of time. See the Defrosting Guide for
suggested times.
1. Press Time Defrost.
2. Enter defrosting time.
3. Press Start.
4. Turn the food over after half the time.
5. PressStart.
At one half of selected defrosting time, turn
food over and break apart or rearrange
pieces for more even defrosting. Shield any
warm areas with small pieces of foil. The
oven will continue to defrost if gou don't
open the door and turn the food,
A dull thumping noise mag be heard
during defrosting. This is normal when
oven is not operating at Hi power
Defrosting Tips
• Foodsfrozen in paper or plasticcan be
defrostedin the package.Closedpackages
should be slit, piercedor vented AFTER
food has partially defrosted.Plasticstorage
containersshould be partially uncovered.
• Familg-size,prepackaged frozen dinners
can be defrosted and microwave& If the
food is in a foil container, transfer it to a
microwave-safe dish,
• Foods that spoil eosilg should not be
allowed to sit out for more than one hour
after defrosting. Room temperature
promotes the growth of harmful bacteria.
• When defrosted, food should be cool
but softened in all areas. If still slightlg icg,
return to the microwave verg brieflg, or
let it stand a few minutes.
Defrosting Guide
Time
Comments
Breads, Cakes
Bread, buns Or rolls (1 piece)
Sweet rolls (approx. Z2oz.)
1/2 rain.
3 to 5 rain.
Rearrange after half the time.
Fish and Seafood
Fillets,frozen (1 lb.)
Shellfish,small pieces (1 lb.)
6 to 9 rain.
6 to 9 rain.
Place block in casserole.Turn over and break up after half the time.
Plastic pouch--! or 2
(lO-oz. package)
2 to 6 rain.
Meat
Bacon (1 ID.
4 to 7 min.
Place unopened package in oven. Let stand 5 minutes after defrosting.
Franks 11 a.i
4 to 7 min.
Place unopened package in oven. Hicrowavejust until franks can be separated. Let stand
5 minutes, if necessarg, to complete defrosting.
Grout a meat (1 lb.}
10to 12min.
Turn meat over after first half of time.
Roast: beef. lamb. veal OOrK
9 to 13 rain. per lb.
Use power level 1.
Steaks. cnc asaria CUtlets
9 to 13 rain. per lb.
Place unwrapped
meat in cooking dish. Turn over after first half of time and shield warm areas with
foil. After second half of time, separate
pieces with table knife. Let stand to complete defrosting.
Poultrg
Chtcken. Droiler-f%er,cut up
(2J/2to 3 Ibs.)
26 to 32 rain.
Placewrapped chicken in dish. Unwrap and turn over after first half of time. After second half of
time, separate pieces and place in cooking dish. Hicrowave 2 to 4 minutes more, if necessarg. Let
stand a few minutes to finish defrosting.
Chicken. wnole 2V2to 3 Ibs.l
26 to 32 min.
Placewrapped chicken in dish.After half the time, unwrap and turn chicken over: Shieldwarm
areas with foil.To complete defrosting, run cold water in the cavitg until giblets can be removed.
Cornish her
7 to 13 min. per lb.
Place unwrapped hen in the oven breast-side-up. Turn over after first half of time.
Runcool water in the cavitg until giblets can be removed.
TurkeL breast (4 to 6 Ibs.)
g to 14 min. per lb.
Place unwrapped breast in microwave-safe dish breast-side-down. After first half
of time, turn breast-side-up and shield warm areas with foil. Defi-ostfor second
half of time. Let stand 1 to 2 hours in refi-igerator to complete defrosting.
Time Features
(cant)
®
Add 30
It will add 30 seconds to the time
counting
pressed.
down each time the pad is
Each touch will add 30 seconds, up to
99 minutes and 99 seconds.
The oven will start immediatelg when
pressed.
Convenience
Features
Popcorn
How to Use the Popcorn
Feature
1. Follow package instructions.
Place
the package of popcorn in the center
of the microwave.
2. Press Popcorn once for a 3.5 ounce
package of popcorn and twice for a
3.0 ounce package. The oven will
start immediatelg after Popcorn
is touched.
Beverage
The Beverage feature works best for
heating a beverage that is at room
temperature.
Beverages heated with the Beverage
feature mag be verg hot. Remove the
container with care.
Press Beverage once for 8 oz., twice
for 12 oz., three times for 16 oz. and four
times for 4 oz. The oven will start
immediatelg
when Beverage
is touched.
Cook
The Cook feature automaticallg sets the
cooking times and power levelsfor a
varietg of foods.
1. PressCook. Code will be displaged.
2. Select food tgpe 1-6. Serving
Sizes1-4 will be displaged.
3. Enter Serving Size 1-4.
Food
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
Food
Serving
Size
Baked potato
Canned veg.
Fresh veg.
Frozen veg.
Chicken
Fish
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-4
i-4
i-4
4. The oven starts automaticallg.
Dinner PIote
The Dinner Plate feature
previouslg
reheats
cooked foods,
Press Dinner
Plate once to reheat.
A cooking time of 6:00 starts
counting down.
The oven starts immediatelg
Dinner Plate is touched.
after
Be sure to cover the plate with
plastic wrap.
Use onlg
popcorn
with
prepackaged
weighing
microwave
3.0 to 3.5 ounces.
Convenience
Features (cant)
Pizza
The Pizza feature is for reheating
I to 4 slices of pizza
Press Pizza once for one slice of pizza,
twice for two slices, three times for three
slices and four times for four slices The
oven will start immediatelg after Pizza is
touched.
Other Features
®
Clock
Press Clock to enter the time of day
1. Press Clock.
2. Enter time of dag
3. Press Start or Clock.
Timer
The Timer operates as a minute timer,
1. Press Timer.
The Timer feature operates without
microwave energy
2. Enter amount of time gou want to
count down
To stop the timer, press and hold
Timer for 3 seconds
3. Press Timer. When the time is up,
the timer will signal
Clear/Off
To pause cooking, press Start. To
continue cooking, press Start again
Press once to stop and erase gour
cooking settings.
Clear/Off will not stop the TimeE
Child Lock-Out
You mag lock the control panel
to prevent the microwave from
being accidentallg started or used
bg children
lO
To lock or unlock the controls, press and
hold Clear/Off for about three seconds
When the control panel is locked, Loc or
UnLo appears in the displag
@
Microwave Terms
Definition
Arcing
Arcing is the microwave term for sparks in the oven. Arcing is caused bg:
• metal or foil touching the side of the oven.
• foil that is not molded to food {upturned edges act like antennas).
• metal such as twist-ties, poultrg pins, gold-rimmed dishes.
• recgcled paper towels containing small metal pieces.
Covering
Covers hold in moisture, allow for more even heating and reduce cooking time. Venting plastic wrap
or covering with wax paper allows excess steam to escape.
Shielding
In a regular oven, gou shield chicken breasts or baked foods to prevent over-browning. When
microwaving, gou use small strips of foil to shield thin parts, such as the tips of wings and legs on
poultrg, which would cook before larger parts.
Standing Time
When you cook with regular ovens, foods such as roasts or cakes are allowed to stand to finish
cooking or to set. Standing time is especiallg important in microwave cooking. Note that a
microwaved cake is not placed on a cooling rack.
Venting
After covering a dish with plastic wrap, gou vent the plastic wrap by turning back one corner so
excess steam can escape.
Care and Cleaning
Helpful Hints
An occasional thorough wiping with
a solution of baking soda and water
keeps the inside fresh.
UNPLUG THE CORD BEFORE CLEANING
ANY PART OF THIS OVEN.
How to Clean the Inside
Walls, Floor, Inside Window, Metal and
Plastic Parts on the Door
Some spatters can be removed with a
paper towel; others may require a damp
cloth. Remove greasy spatters with a
sudsy cloth, then rinse with a damp
cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners or
sharp utensils on oven walls. To clean
the surface of the door and the surface
of the oven that come together upon
closing, use onlg mild, nonabrasive soaps
or detergents using a sponge or soft
cloth. Rinse with a damp cloth and dry.
Never use a commercial
oven cleaner
on any part of your microwave.
Removable Turntable and
Turntable Support
To prevent breakage, do not place the
turntable into water just after cooking.
Wash it carefully in warm, sudsy water
or in the dishwashe_ The turntable and
support can be broken if dropped.
Remember, do not operate the oven
without the turntable and support
in place.
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Care and Cleaning
(cant)
How to Clean the Outside
Door Surface
Case
Clean the outside of the microwave with
a sudsy cloth. Rinse and then dry. Wipe
the window clean with a damp cloth.
Control Panel and Door
Wipe with a damp cloth. Dry thoroughly.
Do not use cleaning sprays, large
amounts of soap and water, abrasives
or sharp objects on the panel-they
can damage it. Some paper towels can
also scratch the control panel.
It's important to keep the area clean
where the door seals against the
microwave. Use only mild, non-abrasive
detergents applied with a clean sponge
or soft cloth. Rinse well.
Do not use cleaners containing
ammonia or alcohol on the
microwave oven. Ammonia or
alcohol can damage the
appearance of the microwave.
Power Cord
If the cord becomes soiled, unplug
and wash with a damp cloth. For
stubborn spots, sudsy water may be
used, but be certain to rinse with a
damp cloth and dry thoroughly before
plugging cord into outlet.
If Something Goes Wrong
:P
Oven will not start
Control panel lighted, get
oven will not start.
PossibleCauses
What To Do
A fuse in your home may be
blown or the circuit breaker tripped.
• Replacefuse or reset circuitbreaker.
Power surge.
• Unplug the microwave oven, then plug it back in.
Plugnot fully inserted intowall outlet.
• Make sure the S-prong plug on oven is fully inserted into wall outlet.
Door not securely closed.
• Open the door and close securely.
Start not pressed after
entering cooking selection.
• PressStart.
Another selection entered
already in oven and Clear/Off
not pressedto cancel it.
• PressClear/Off.
Cooking time not entered
after pressing Time Cook.
• Make sure you have entered cooking time after pressing Time Cook.
Start was pressed
accidentally.
• Resetcooking program and press Start.
Things That Are Normal
• Steam or vapor escaping from
around the door.
• Light reflection around door or
outer case.
• Dimming oven light and change in
the blower sound at power levels other
than high.
• Dull thumping sound while oven is
operating.
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• TV-radio interference might be noticed
while using the microwave. Similar to
the interference caused bg other small
appliances, it does not indicate a
problem with the microwave. Plug the
microwave into a different electrical
circuit, move the radio or TV as far
away from the microwave as possible,
or check the position and signal of
the TV/radio antenna.
GE Microwave Oven Warrantg
Staple your receipt here.
Proof of the original purchase
date is needed to make o
warranty claim.
What GE Will Provide:
Replacement
From the date of the odgina I pumhas e
unff for any product which fails due to a defect in materials or
workmanship. The exchange unit is warranted
product's original one-gear warrantg period.
• Properlg pack Four unit. We recommend using the
original carton and packing materials.
• Return the product to the retail location where it was
purchased.
• Customer instructions.
information regarding
and user controls.
This owner's manual provides
operating instructions
• Improper installation, deliverg or maintenance.
• Failure of the product or damage to the product if it is
abused, misused (for example, cavitg arcing from wire
rack or metal/foil), or used for other than the intended
purpose or used commerciallg.
for the remainder of your
• Include in the package a copg of the sales receipt or other
evidence of date of original purchase. Also print Four
name and address and a description of the defect.
• Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit
breakers.
• Damage to the product
or acts of God.
caused bg accident, fire, floods
• Incidental or consequential
defects with this appliance.
damage caused bg possible
• Damage caused after deliverg.
EXCLUSIONOF IMPLIED WARRANTIES--Your sole and exclusive remedy is product
exchange as provided in this Limited Warranty. Any implied warranties, including
the implied warranties of merchentabilitg or fitness for a particular purpose, are
limited to one gear or the shortest period allowed bg law.
Thiswarranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for
products purchased for home use within the USA.
Some states do not allow the exclusionor limitation of incidental or consequential
damages. Thiswarranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also hove other
rights which vary from state to state. To know what your legal rights ore, consult your
local or state consumer affairs office or your state's AttomeF General.
Exclusion of implied warranties: Exceptwhere prohibited or restricted I_g low, there are
no warranties, whether express,oral or statutory which extend beFond the description
on the face hereof, including specifically the implied warranties of merchantabilitF or
fitness for a particular purpose.
Warrantor: General Electric Compang. Louisville, KY40225
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Operating
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Instructions
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Quick Start ............................
Changing Power Levels ................
Time Features .......................
Convenience Features ..............
Other Features
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Microwave Terms .....................
Care and Cleaning ................
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
WARNING!
• Do not operate ang heating or cooking appliance
microwave.
For your safety, the information in this manual must be
followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion, electric shock,
or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss of life.
beneath this
• Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged power cord or plug,
if it is not working properlg, or if it has been damaged or dropped.
• Do not cover or block ang openings on the appliance.
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE
ENERGV
(e)
Do NotAttempt
(b)
can result in harmful exposure to microwave
energg.
• This microwave
Do Not Operate
the oven if it is damaged.
on sealing surfaces.
It is particularly
important
that the oven door close properlg and that there is no damage
outdoors. Do not use this product near
water-for
example, in a wet basement,
sink or in similar locations.
Do Not Place ang object between the oven front face and the door
as described in
oven is not approved or tested for marine use.
• Do not store this appliance
not to defeat or tamper with the safetg interlocks.
or allow soil or cleaner residue to accumulate
(c)
Use this appliance only for its intended purpose
this Owner's Manual
to operate this oven with the door open since open-
door operation
It is important
• Usethis appliance onlg for its intended use as described in this manual.
Do not use corrosive chemicals or vapors in this appliance. This
microwave oven is specificollg designed to heat, drg or cook food, and
is not intended for laboratorg or industrial use.
near a swimming
pool, near a
• Keep power cord awog from heated surfaces.
• Do not immerse
power cord or plug in wotel:
to the:
• Do not let power cord hang over edge of table or countel:
(1) door (bent),
• To reduce the risk of fire in the oven covitg:
(2) hinges and latches (broken or loosened),
-
(5) door seals and sealing surfaces.
Do not overcook food. Corefullg attend appliance
or other combustible
when papel, plastic
materials are placed inside the oven while
cooking.
(d)
The Oven Should Not be adjusted or repaired bg angone except
properlg qualified service personnel.
When using electricalappliances, basic safety precautions
should be followed, including the following:
• Read and follow the specific precautions
Possible Exposure to Excessive Hicrowuve
Instructions
• Install or locate this appliance
installation
in the "Precautions
to Avoid
Energg" section above.
must be grounded. Connect onlg to u properlg grounded
outlet. See the Grounding
Remove wire twist-ties and metal handles from paper or plastic
containers
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• This appliance
-
section on page/4.
onlg in accordance
with the provided
-
Do not use the oven for storage purposes. Do not leave paper
products,
-
If materials inside the oven ignite, keep the oven door closed, turn the
back from the countertop
appliance
edge to avoid accidental
tipping of the
in normal usage.
• Do not mount this appliance
• See door surface cleaning instructions
of this manual.
• Do not mount the microwave
heating or cooking appliance.
• Do not store angthing
when the microwave
bg the Consumer
directlg on top of the microwave
oven is in operation.
oven surface
oven, except as
Support section of this manual. Do not
to service the microwave
then this appliance
oven gourself. If service is desired,
should be serviced onlg bg qualified service
personnel. Contact the nearest authorized
service facility for
repair or adjustment.
• As with ang appliance,
oven over or near ang portion of a
in the Care and Cleaning section
• GE does not support ang servicing of this microwave
examination,
over a sink.
the power cord, or shut off power at the fuse
or circuit breaker panel. If the door is opened, the fire mag spread.
attempt
• Be certain to place the front surface of the door three inches or more
cooking utensils or food in the oven when not in use.
oven off and disconnect
described
instructions.
before placing them in the oven.
close supervision
is necessary
when used
by children.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of injury to persons:
-
Do not overheat
the liquid.
- Stir the liquid both before and halfway
ARCING
-
If you see arcing, press the CLEAR/OFF pad and correct
the problem
Arcing is the microwave
caused by:
• Metal or foil touching
- After heating,
-
term for sparks in the oven. Arcing is
Do not use straight-sided
allow the container
to food {upturned
• Metal, such as twist-ties,
in the microwave.
• Recycled paper towels
in the microwave.
edges act like antennas).
poultry
pins or gold-rimmed
inserting
small metal pieces being used
cooked.
Be careful to prevent
frozen
feeding
FOODS
beverages
beverages).
in your microwave
microwave
popcorn
for use in microwave
accessory
ovens.
oven unless in a special
or unless you use popcorn
labeled
in injury.
egg yolk and will cause
the microwave
oven. Pressure will build up inside
it to burst, possibly
resulting
in injury.
to the oven and could start
a fire. It increases the heat around
shorten the life of the oven.
the magnetron
in narrow-necked
Even if the container
bottles
is opened,
Liquids,
such as water, coffee
beyond
the boiling
or boiling
{especially
pressure
to burst, possibly
of hot food, including
pouches and boxes. To prevent
from hands and face.
fire, causing
potatoes.
damage
popcorn
possible
They could
when opening
bags, cooking
injury, direct steam away
dehydrate
and catch
to your oven.
• Cook meat and poultry thoroughly-meat
to at least an INTERNAL
of 160°F and poultry to at least an INTERNAL temperature
of 180°F. Cooking to these temperatures
foodborne illness.
usually protects against
MICROWAVE-SAFE
COOKWARE
Hake sure all cookware used in your microwave oven is suitable for
microwaving. Host glass casseroles, cooking dishes, measuring cups,
custard cups, pottery or china dinnerware which does not have
metallic trim or glaze with a metallic sheen can be used. Some
cookware is labeled "suitable for microwaving."
• If you are not sure if a dish is
microwave-safe, use this test: Place in
SUPERHEATED WATER
microwave
test
and can
• Foods with unbroken outer "skin" such as potatoes, hot dogs,
sausages, tomatoes, apples, chicken livers and other giblets,
and egg yolks should be pierced to allow steam to escape
during cooking.
point
is. Always
with no food inside for more than a
minute or two may cause damage
bubbling
any containers
temperature
• Do not boil eggs in a microwave
the
formula.
in injury.
• Do not overcook
such us whole eggs and sealed containers-for
example, closed jars-are
able to explode and should not be heated
in this microwave oven. Such use of the microwave oven could result
• Operating
really
• Hot foods and steam can cause burns. Be careful
• Do not pop popcorn
• Some products
when warming
the baby.
can build up. This can cause the container
resulting
utensil into the
Stir food to distribute
scalding
may feel cooler than the formula
before
• Don't defrost
carbonated
oven
baby food in glass jars, even with the lid off. Make
The container
the formula
containing
to stand in the microwave
a spoon or other
care when
it.
necks.
Use extreme
container
heat evenly.
dishes,
with narrow
the container
sure all infant food is thoroughly
• Foil not molded
heating
for a short time before removing
• Avoid heating
the side of the oven.
containers
through
or tea, are able to be overheated
without
appearing
when the container
oven is not alwags
present.
to be boiling.
is removed
from
Visible
the
THIS COULD RESULT
IN VERY HOT LIQUIDS SUDDENLY BOILING OVER WHEN THE
CONTAINER IS DISTURBED OR A SPOON OR OTHER UTENSIL
IS INSERTED INTO THE LIQUID.
the oven both the dish you are testing
and a glass measuring cup filled with
1 cup of water-set the measuring cup
either in or next to the dish. Microwave :1minute at high. If the dish
heats, it should not be used for microwaving. If the dish remains
cool and only the water in the cup heats, then the dish is
microwave-safe.
• If you use a meat thermometer
for use in microwave
ovens.
while cooking,
make sure it is safe
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
MICROWAVE-SAFE
, Do not use recgcled
paper products.
napkins and waxed
cause arcing
filaments
COOKWARE
Recgcled
paper can contain
be avoided,
, Some styrofoam
containing
as theg nag
v vw
,.
Improper
also ignite.
the
the package
for proper
reduces
ovens. Check
appliance
use.
dishes in order to retain
to vent plastic
moisture
and prevent
spattering.
Be sure
become
heated food. Pot holders
, "Boilable"
cooking
be slit, pierced
plastic could
hot because
nag
pouches
and tightly
cooking
covering
uncovered
with containers
carefully
closed plastic
bg package.
storage
because
tightly
from the
to handle the cookware.
or immediately
resulting in injurg. Also, plastic
least partially
of heat transferred
be needed
or vented as directed
burst during
bags should
If they are not,
after cooking,
containers
should
possibly
be at
they form a tight seal. When
covered
existsbeforeuse
with a power cord having
current.
This
a grounding
wire
into an outlet that
and grounded.
Consult
a qualified
electrician
understood,
responsibility
2-prong
and obligation
3-prong
in this manual.
wall outlet,
are not
the appliance
it is your personal
to have it replaced
with a properly
wall outlet.
Do not under any circumstances
prong
instructions
exists as to whether
grounded.
If the outlet is a standard
grounded
if the grounding
or if doubt
cut or remove the third (ground)
from the power cord.
For best
operation,plug
prevent
flickering
this appliance
of lights, blowing
from hands and face.
We do not recommend
into its own electrical
of fuse or tripping
using an extension
If the power cord is too short,
microwaved
/
"
Ensureproper ground
outlet to
of circuit breaken
with plastic wrap, remove
and direct steam away
, Use foil only as directed
_
plug. The plug must be plugged
installed
completely
wrap so steam can escape.
nag
TV dinners
may be
outlet near the appliance.
cord with this appliance.
have a qualified
(See Extension
electrician
Cords section
install
an
below.)
in foil trags less than 3/4" high; remove the top foil
cover and return the trag to the box. When using foil in the
microwave oven, keep the foil at least 1" away from the sides
of the oven.
, Plastic cookware-Plastic cookware designed for microwave cooking
is very useful, but should be used carefully. Evenmicrowave-safe
plastic may not be as tolerant of overcooking conditions as are glass
or ceramic materials, and may soften or char if subjected to short
periods of overcooking. In longer exposures to overcooking, the food
and cookware could ignite.
Follow these guidelines:
1 Usemicrowave-safe plastics only and use them in strict
compliance with the cookware manufacturer's recommendations.
2 Do not microwave empty containers.
3 Do not permit children to use plastic cookware without
complete supervision.
EXTENSION
CORDS
A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risks resulting from
becoming entangled
in or tripping
over a longer cord.
Extension cords may be used if you are careful in using them.
If an extension cord is used1 The marked electrical
rating of the extension
cord should be at least
as great as the electrical rating of the appliance;
2 The extension cord must be a grounding-type
5-wire cord and it
must be plugged into a 5-slot outlet;
3 The extension 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 unintentionally.
If you use an extension
cord, the interior light may flicker and the blower
sound may vary when the microwave
oven is on. Cooking times may be
longer, too.
READ AND FOLLOW
INFORHATION
THIS SAFETY
CAREFULLY.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
4
II
_
and plastic wrap can be used to cover
is properly
, Cookware
plug
an escape wire for the electric
is equipped
with a grounding
paper
I
METHOD
grounding
the risk of electric
shock bg providing
for use in microwave
P EEERREO
_ '_,,,o
This appliance must be grounded. In
the event of an electrical short circuit,
is properly
, Paper towels, waxed
,w.,
use of the
grounding
to dry newspapers.
, Not all plastic wrap is suitable
_,
on) have a
in the bottom. When microwaved,
metal can burn the floor of the oven or ignite a paper towel.
, Do not use the microwave
INSTRUCTIONS
IMARNIIklGI
nag
nylon or nglon
trags (like those that meat is packaged
thin strip of metal embedded
GROUNDING
paper towels,
metal flecks which
or ignite. Paper products
should
(CONT.)
Features
(Throughout this manual, features and
appearance may vary from your model.)
1. Door Latches.
2. Window
with Metal
Shield. Screen
allows cooking to be viewed while
keeping microwaves confined
in the oven.
3. Convenience
Guide.
700 Watts
NOTE: Rating plate, oven vent(s) and
oven light are located on the inside walls
of the microwave oven.
5. Door Latch
Release.
Press
release to open the dooE
4. Touch Control
Panel Displag.
Quick Start
(Throughout this manual, features and appearance
The Controls on Your Microwave
latch
6. Removable Turntable. Turntable and
support must be in place when using
the oven. The turntable may be
removed for cleaning.
may vary from your model,)
Oven
You con microwave by time or with
the convenience features.
Time Features
Enter
Time Cook
Amount of cooking time,
Time Defrost {Amountof defrosting time)
Amount of defrosting time.
Add 30
Starts automatically!
Power Level
Power level 1-9
(automaticallyset at Hi),
Convenience Features
Enter
Popcorn
3,5 oz. or 3.0 oz. package
Beverage
1-4 servings
Pizza
1-4 slices
Dinner plate
I or 2 servings
Cook
Food type 1-6
OO0
Changing Power Levels
Variable power levels add flexibilitg to
microwave cooking.The power levels on
the microwave oven can be compared to
the surface units on a range. Power level Hi
or full power is the fastest wag to cook and
gives gou 100% poweE Each power level
gives you microwave energg a certain
percent of the time. Power level7 is
microwave energy 70% of the time. Power
level 3 is energg 30% of the time.
Restperiods (when the microwave energg
cgcles off) give time for the food to
"equalize" or transfer heat to the inside of
the food. An example of this is shown with
power level3-the defrost cgcle. If
microwave energg did not cgcle off, the
outside of the food would cook before the
insidewas defrosted.
A high setting will cook faster but food
mag need more frequent stirring, rotating
or turning oveEMost cooking will be done
on power level Hi.A lower setting will cook
more evenlg and need less stirring or
rotating of the food.
Power Level
Best Uses
Hi
Fish,bacon, vegetables,
boiling liquids.
Ned-High 7
Gentlecooking of meat and
poultrg; baking casseroles
and reheating.
Medium 5
Slowcooking and
tenderizing such as
stews and less tender
cuts of meat.
Some foods mag have better flavor, texture
or appearance if one of the lower settings
is used. Use a lower power level when
cooking foods that have a tendencg to boil
over, such as scalloped potatoes.
Here are some examples of uses for
various power levels:
Low 2 or 3
Warm I
Defrosting without cooking;
simmering; delicate sauces.
Keepingfood warm without
overcooking; softening
butter
Time Features
Time Cook
The power level mag be changed if gou
Time Cook
do not want full poweE
Allows #ou to microwave for any time up
to 9g minutes and 9g seconds.
1. Press Time Cook.
2. Enter cooking time.
3.Change power level if gou don't want
full power. (Press Power Level.
Select a desired power level 1-9.)
4. Press Start.
Power level Hi is automaticallu set, but
Uoumag change it for more flexibility.
You may open the door during Time Cook
to check the food. Closethe door and press
Start to resume cooking.
How to Change the Power Level
The power level may be entered or
changed immediatelu after entering
the feature time for Time Cook.
1. Press Time Cook.
2. Enter cooking time.
3. Press Power Level.
4. Select desired power level 1-9.
5. Press Start.
Time Features (cant)
Time Cook Guide
- NOTE: Use power
level Hi unless otherwise
noted.
Amount
Time
Comments
Asparagu s
(freshspears)
1 lb.
7 to 10 rain., Had-High (7)
In lY2-qt, casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
(frozenspears)
10-oz.package
5 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole.
(freshgreen)
(frozengreen)
(frozen lima)
i lb.cut in half
lO-oz, package
lO-oz, package
12 to 17 min.
6 to 9 rain.
6 to 9 rain.
In lY2-qt, casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons water.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
(fresh,whole)
Broccoli
i bunch
18 to 25 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
(freshcut)
1 bunch (lY4to lY2 Ibs.)
7 to 10 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
(freshspears)
(frozen,choPPed)
(frozenspears)
i bunch (1V4to 1V2Ibs.)
lO-oz, package
lO-oz, package
9 to 13 rain.
5 to 8 rain.
5 to 8 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 5 tablespoons water.
Cabbage
(fresh)
(wedges)
i medium head (about 2 Ibs.)
8 to 15 rnin.
7 to 14 rain.
In lJ/2- or 2-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
In 2- or 5-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
Carrots
(fresh,sliced)
i lb.
6 to 9 rain.
In lJ/2-qt, casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
(frozen)
10-oz.package
5 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons water.
(flowerets)
(fresh,whole)
(frozen)
i medium head
i medium head
10-oz.package
9 to 14 rain.
9 to 17 rain.
5 to 8 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons water.
(frozen kernel)
10-oz.package
4 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons watel:
(fresh)
i to 5 ears
5 to 5 rain. per ear
In 2-qt. glass baking dish, place corn. If corn is in husk, use no
water; if corn has been husked, add 1/4 cup watel: Rearrange
after half of time.
(frozen)
i ear
2 to 6 ears
5 to 7 rain.
2 to 4 rain. per ear
Place in 2-qt. glass baking dish. Coverwith vented plastic wrap.
Rearrange after half of time.
Mixedvegetables
(frozen)
lO-oz, package
4 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 3 tablespoons watel:
(fresh,shelled)
2 Ibs.unshelled
9 to 12 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water:
(frozen)
Potatoes
lO-oz, package
4 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons water:
(fresh,cubed,
white)
(fresh,whole,
sweet or white)
4 potatoes
(6 to 8 oz.each)
1 (6 to 8 oz.)
11to 14 rain.
Peel and cut into i inch cubes. Place in 2-qt. casserole with 1/2 cup
watel: Stir after half of time.
2 to 5 rain.
Pierce with cooking fork. Place in center of the oven. Let stand
5 minutes.
10 to 16 oz.
5 to 8 rain.
10-oz.package
5 to 8 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place washed spinach.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 5 tablespoons water:
i lb.sliced
4 to 7 rain.
In 1Y2-qt.casserole,place 1/4 cup water:
i to 2 squash
(about 1 lb.each)
7 to 11 rain.
Cut in half and remove fibrous membranes. In 2-qt. glass baking
dish, place squash cut-side-down. Turn cut-side-up after/4 minutes.
Beans
Cauliflower
Corn on the cob
Spinach
(fresh)
(frozen,chopped
and leaf)
Squash
(fresh,summer
and yellow)
(winter,acorn
or butternut)
Time Features (cont)
Time Defrost
Allows gou to defrost for a selected length
of time. See the Defrosting Guide for
suggested times.
1. Press Time Defrost.
2. Enter defrosting time.
3. Press Start.
4. Turn the food over after half the time.
5. PressStart.
At one half of selected defrosting time, turn
food over and break apart or rearrange
pieces for more even defrosting. Shield any
warm areas with small pieces of foil. The
oven will continue to defrost if gou don't
open the door and turn the food,
A dull thumping noise mag be heard
during defrosting. This is normal when
oven is not operating at Hi power
Defrosting Tips
• Foodsfrozen in paper or plasticcan be
defrostedin the package.Closedpackages
should be slit, piercedor vented AFTER
food has partially defrosted.Plasticstorage
containersshould be partially uncovered.
• Familg-size,prepackaged frozen dinners
can be defrosted and microwave& If the
food is in a foil container, transfer it to a
microwave-safe dish,
• Foods that spoil eosilg should not be
allowed to sit out for more than one hour
after defrosting. Room temperature
promotes the growth of harmful bacteria.
• When defrosted, food should be cool
but softened in all areas. If still slightlg icg,
return to the microwave verg brieflg, or
let it stand a few minutes.
Defrosting Guide
Time
Comments
Breads, Cakes
Bread, buns Or rolls (1 piece)
Sweet rolls (approx. Z2oz.)
1/2 rain.
3 to 5 rain.
Rearrange after half the time.
Fish and Seafood
Fillets,frozen (1 lb.)
Shellfish,small pieces (1 lb.)
6 to 9 rain.
6 to 9 rain.
Place block in casserole.Turn over and break up after half the time.
Plastic pouch--! or 2
(lO-oz. package)
2 to 6 rain.
Meat
Bacon (1 ID.
4 to 7 min.
Place unopened package in oven. Let stand 5 minutes after defrosting.
Franks 11 a.i
4 to 7 min.
Place unopened package in oven. Hicrowavejust until franks can be separated. Let stand
5 minutes, if necessarg, to complete defrosting.
Grout a meat (1 lb.}
10to 12min.
Turn meat over after first half of time.
Roast: beef. lamb. veal OOrK
9 to 13 rain. per lb.
Use power level 1.
Steaks. cnc asaria CUtlets
9 to 13 rain. per lb.
Place unwrapped
meat in cooking dish. Turn over after first half of time and shield warm areas with
foil. After second half of time, separate
pieces with table knife. Let stand to complete defrosting.
Poultrg
Chtcken. Droiler-f%er,cut up
(2J/2to 3 Ibs.)
26 to 32 rain.
Placewrapped chicken in dish. Unwrap and turn over after first half of time. After second half of
time, separate pieces and place in cooking dish. Hicrowave 2 to 4 minutes more, if necessarg. Let
stand a few minutes to finish defrosting.
Chicken. wnole 2V2to 3 Ibs.l
26 to 32 min.
Placewrapped chicken in dish.After half the time, unwrap and turn chicken over: Shieldwarm
areas with foil.To complete defrosting, run cold water in the cavitg until giblets can be removed.
Cornish her
7 to 13 min. per lb.
Place unwrapped hen in the oven breast-side-up. Turn over after first half of time.
Runcool water in the cavitg until giblets can be removed.
TurkeL breast (4 to 6 Ibs.)
g to 14 min. per lb.
Place unwrapped breast in microwave-safe dish breast-side-down. After first half
of time, turn breast-side-up and shield warm areas with foil. Defi-ostfor second
half of time. Let stand 1 to 2 hours in refi-igerator to complete defrosting.
Time Features
(cant)
®
Add 30
It will add 30 seconds to the time
counting
pressed.
down each time the pad is
Each touch will add 30 seconds, up to
99 minutes and 99 seconds.
The oven will start immediatelg when
pressed.
Convenience
Features
Popcorn
How to Use the Popcorn
Feature
1. Follow package instructions.
Place
the package of popcorn in the center
of the microwave.
2. Press Popcorn once for a 3.5 ounce
package of popcorn and twice for a
3.0 ounce package. The oven will
start immediatelg after Popcorn
is touched.
Beverage
The Beverage feature works best for
heating a beverage that is at room
temperature.
Beverages heated with the Beverage
feature mag be verg hot. Remove the
container with care.
Press Beverage once for 8 oz., twice
for 12 oz., three times for 16 oz. and four
times for 4 oz. The oven will start
immediatelg
when Beverage
is touched.
Cook
The Cook feature automaticallg sets the
cooking times and power levelsfor a
varietg of foods.
1. PressCook. Code will be displaged.
2. Select food tgpe 1-6. Serving
Sizes1-4 will be displaged.
3. Enter Serving Size 1-4.
Food
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
Food
Serving
Size
Baked potato
Canned veg.
Fresh veg.
Frozen veg.
Chicken
Fish
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-4
i-4
i-4
4. The oven starts automaticallg.
Dinner PIote
The Dinner Plate feature
previouslg
reheats
cooked foods,
Press Dinner
Plate once to reheat.
A cooking time of 6:00 starts
counting down.
The oven starts immediatelg
Dinner Plate is touched.
after
Be sure to cover the plate with
plastic wrap.
Use onlg
popcorn
with
prepackaged
weighing
microwave
3.0 to 3.5 ounces.
Convenience
Features (cant)
Pizza
The Pizza feature is for reheating
I to 4 slices of pizza
Press Pizza once for one slice of pizza,
twice for two slices, three times for three
slices and four times for four slices The
oven will start immediatelg after Pizza is
touched.
Other Features
®
Clock
Press Clock to enter the time of day
1. Press Clock.
2. Enter time of dag
3. Press Start or Clock.
Timer
The Timer operates as a minute timer,
1. Press Timer.
The Timer feature operates without
microwave energy
2. Enter amount of time gou want to
count down
To stop the timer, press and hold
Timer for 3 seconds
3. Press Timer. When the time is up,
the timer will signal
Clear/Off
To pause cooking, press Start. To
continue cooking, press Start again
Press once to stop and erase gour
cooking settings.
Clear/Off will not stop the TimeE
Child Lock-Out
You mag lock the control panel
to prevent the microwave from
being accidentallg started or used
bg children
lO
To lock or unlock the controls, press and
hold Clear/Off for about three seconds
When the control panel is locked, Loc or
UnLo appears in the displag
@
Microwave Terms
Definition
Arcing
Arcing is the microwave term for sparks in the oven. Arcing is caused bg:
• metal or foil touching the side of the oven.
• foil that is not molded to food {upturned edges act like antennas).
• metal such as twist-ties, poultrg pins, gold-rimmed dishes.
• recgcled paper towels containing small metal pieces.
Covering
Covers hold in moisture, allow for more even heating and reduce cooking time. Venting plastic wrap
or covering with wax paper allows excess steam to escape.
Shielding
In a regular oven, gou shield chicken breasts or baked foods to prevent over-browning. When
microwaving, gou use small strips of foil to shield thin parts, such as the tips of wings and legs on
poultrg, which would cook before larger parts.
Standing Time
When you cook with regular ovens, foods such as roasts or cakes are allowed to stand to finish
cooking or to set. Standing time is especiallg important in microwave cooking. Note that a
microwaved cake is not placed on a cooling rack.
Venting
After covering a dish with plastic wrap, gou vent the plastic wrap by turning back one corner so
excess steam can escape.
Care and Cleaning
Helpful Hints
An occasional thorough wiping with
a solution of baking soda and water
keeps the inside fresh.
UNPLUG THE CORD BEFORE CLEANING
ANY PART OF THIS OVEN.
How to Clean the Inside
Walls, Floor, Inside Window, Metal and
Plastic Parts on the Door
Some spatters can be removed with a
paper towel; others may require a damp
cloth. Remove greasy spatters with a
sudsy cloth, then rinse with a damp
cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners or
sharp utensils on oven walls. To clean
the surface of the door and the surface
of the oven that come together upon
closing, use onlg mild, nonabrasive soaps
or detergents using a sponge or soft
cloth. Rinse with a damp cloth and dry.
Never use a commercial
oven cleaner
on any part of your microwave.
Removable Turntable and
Turntable Support
To prevent breakage, do not place the
turntable into water just after cooking.
Wash it carefully in warm, sudsy water
or in the dishwashe_ The turntable and
support can be broken if dropped.
Remember, do not operate the oven
without the turntable and support
in place.
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Care and Cleaning
(cant)
How to Clean the Outside
Door Surface
Case
Clean the outside of the microwave with
a sudsy cloth. Rinse and then dry. Wipe
the window clean with a damp cloth.
Control Panel and Door
Wipe with a damp cloth. Dry thoroughly.
Do not use cleaning sprays, large
amounts of soap and water, abrasives
or sharp objects on the panel-they
can damage it. Some paper towels can
also scratch the control panel.
It's important to keep the area clean
where the door seals against the
microwave. Use only mild, non-abrasive
detergents applied with a clean sponge
or soft cloth. Rinse well.
Do not use cleaners containing
ammonia or alcohol on the
microwave oven. Ammonia or
alcohol can damage the
appearance of the microwave.
Power Cord
If the cord becomes soiled, unplug
and wash with a damp cloth. For
stubborn spots, sudsy water may be
used, but be certain to rinse with a
damp cloth and dry thoroughly before
plugging cord into outlet.
If Something Goes Wrong
:P
Oven will not start
Control panel lighted, get
oven will not start.
PossibleCauses
What To Do
A fuse in your home may be
blown or the circuit breaker tripped.
• Replacefuse or reset circuitbreaker.
Power surge.
• Unplug the microwave oven, then plug it back in.
Plugnot fully inserted intowall outlet.
• Make sure the S-prong plug on oven is fully inserted into wall outlet.
Door not securely closed.
• Open the door and close securely.
Start not pressed after
entering cooking selection.
• PressStart.
Another selection entered
already in oven and Clear/Off
not pressedto cancel it.
• PressClear/Off.
Cooking time not entered
after pressing Time Cook.
• Make sure you have entered cooking time after pressing Time Cook.
Start was pressed
accidentally.
• Resetcooking program and press Start.
Things That Are Normal
• Steam or vapor escaping from
around the door.
• Light reflection around door or
outer case.
• Dimming oven light and change in
the blower sound at power levels other
than high.
• Dull thumping sound while oven is
operating.
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• TV-radio interference might be noticed
while using the microwave. Similar to
the interference caused bg other small
appliances, it does not indicate a
problem with the microwave. Plug the
microwave into a different electrical
circuit, move the radio or TV as far
away from the microwave as possible,
or check the position and signal of
the TV/radio antenna.
GE Microwave Oven Warrantg
Staple your receipt here.
Proof of the original purchase
date is needed to make o
warranty claim.
What GE Will Provide:
Replacement
From the date of the odgina I pumhas e
unff for any product which fails due to a defect in materials or
workmanship. The exchange unit is warranted
product's original one-gear warrantg period.
• Properlg pack Four unit. We recommend using the
original carton and packing materials.
• Return the product to the retail location where it was
purchased.
• Customer instructions.
information regarding
and user controls.
This owner's manual provides
operating instructions
• Improper installation, deliverg or maintenance.
• Failure of the product or damage to the product if it is
abused, misused (for example, cavitg arcing from wire
rack or metal/foil), or used for other than the intended
purpose or used commerciallg.
for the remainder of your
• Include in the package a copg of the sales receipt or other
evidence of date of original purchase. Also print Four
name and address and a description of the defect.
• Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit
breakers.
• Damage to the product
or acts of God.
caused bg accident, fire, floods
• Incidental or consequential
defects with this appliance.
damage caused bg possible
• Damage caused after deliverg.
EXCLUSIONOF IMPLIED WARRANTIES--Your sole and exclusive remedy is product
exchange as provided in this Limited Warranty. Any implied warranties, including
the implied warranties of merchentabilitg or fitness for a particular purpose, are
limited to one gear or the shortest period allowed bg law.
Thiswarranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for
products purchased for home use within the USA.
Some states do not allow the exclusionor limitation of incidental or consequential
damages. Thiswarranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also hove other
rights which vary from state to state. To know what your legal rights ore, consult your
local or state consumer affairs office or your state's AttomeF General.
Exclusion of implied warranties: Exceptwhere prohibited or restricted I_g low, there are
no warranties, whether express,oral or statutory which extend beFond the description
on the face hereof, including specifically the implied warranties of merchantabilitF or
fitness for a particular purpose.
Warrantor: General Electric Compang. Louisville, KY40225
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Safety Instructions
Operating
Features
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Instructions
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Quick Start ............................
Changing Power Levels ................
Time Features .......................
Convenience Features ..............
Other Features
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Helpful Information
Microwave Terms .....................
Care and Cleaning ................
If Something Goes Wrong .............
Things That Are Normal ...............
Microwave
Oven Warrantg
Consumer
Support ...............
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
WARNING!
• Do not operate ang heating or cooking appliance
microwave.
For your safety, the information in this manual must be
followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion, electric shock,
or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss of life.
beneath this
• Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged power cord or plug,
if it is not working properlg, or if it has been damaged or dropped.
• Do not cover or block ang openings on the appliance.
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE
ENERGV
(e)
Do NotAttempt
(b)
can result in harmful exposure to microwave
energg.
• This microwave
Do Not Operate
the oven if it is damaged.
on sealing surfaces.
It is particularly
important
that the oven door close properlg and that there is no damage
outdoors. Do not use this product near
water-for
example, in a wet basement,
sink or in similar locations.
Do Not Place ang object between the oven front face and the door
as described in
oven is not approved or tested for marine use.
• Do not store this appliance
not to defeat or tamper with the safetg interlocks.
or allow soil or cleaner residue to accumulate
(c)
Use this appliance only for its intended purpose
this Owner's Manual
to operate this oven with the door open since open-
door operation
It is important
• Usethis appliance onlg for its intended use as described in this manual.
Do not use corrosive chemicals or vapors in this appliance. This
microwave oven is specificollg designed to heat, drg or cook food, and
is not intended for laboratorg or industrial use.
near a swimming
pool, near a
• Keep power cord awog from heated surfaces.
• Do not immerse
power cord or plug in wotel:
to the:
• Do not let power cord hang over edge of table or countel:
(1) door (bent),
• To reduce the risk of fire in the oven covitg:
(2) hinges and latches (broken or loosened),
-
(5) door seals and sealing surfaces.
Do not overcook food. Corefullg attend appliance
or other combustible
when papel, plastic
materials are placed inside the oven while
cooking.
(d)
The Oven Should Not be adjusted or repaired bg angone except
properlg qualified service personnel.
When using electricalappliances, basic safety precautions
should be followed, including the following:
• Read and follow the specific precautions
Possible Exposure to Excessive Hicrowuve
Instructions
• Install or locate this appliance
installation
in the "Precautions
to Avoid
Energg" section above.
must be grounded. Connect onlg to u properlg grounded
outlet. See the Grounding
Remove wire twist-ties and metal handles from paper or plastic
containers
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• This appliance
-
section on page/4.
onlg in accordance
with the provided
-
Do not use the oven for storage purposes. Do not leave paper
products,
-
If materials inside the oven ignite, keep the oven door closed, turn the
back from the countertop
appliance
edge to avoid accidental
tipping of the
in normal usage.
• Do not mount this appliance
• See door surface cleaning instructions
of this manual.
• Do not mount the microwave
heating or cooking appliance.
• Do not store angthing
when the microwave
bg the Consumer
directlg on top of the microwave
oven is in operation.
oven surface
oven, except as
Support section of this manual. Do not
to service the microwave
then this appliance
oven gourself. If service is desired,
should be serviced onlg bg qualified service
personnel. Contact the nearest authorized
service facility for
repair or adjustment.
• As with ang appliance,
oven over or near ang portion of a
in the Care and Cleaning section
• GE does not support ang servicing of this microwave
examination,
over a sink.
the power cord, or shut off power at the fuse
or circuit breaker panel. If the door is opened, the fire mag spread.
attempt
• Be certain to place the front surface of the door three inches or more
cooking utensils or food in the oven when not in use.
oven off and disconnect
described
instructions.
before placing them in the oven.
close supervision
is necessary
when used
by children.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of injury to persons:
-
Do not overheat
the liquid.
- Stir the liquid both before and halfway
ARCING
-
If you see arcing, press the CLEAR/OFF pad and correct
the problem
Arcing is the microwave
caused by:
• Metal or foil touching
- After heating,
-
term for sparks in the oven. Arcing is
Do not use straight-sided
allow the container
to food {upturned
• Metal, such as twist-ties,
in the microwave.
• Recycled paper towels
in the microwave.
edges act like antennas).
poultry
pins or gold-rimmed
inserting
small metal pieces being used
cooked.
Be careful to prevent
frozen
feeding
FOODS
beverages
beverages).
in your microwave
microwave
popcorn
for use in microwave
accessory
ovens.
oven unless in a special
or unless you use popcorn
labeled
in injury.
egg yolk and will cause
the microwave
oven. Pressure will build up inside
it to burst, possibly
resulting
in injury.
to the oven and could start
a fire. It increases the heat around
shorten the life of the oven.
the magnetron
in narrow-necked
Even if the container
bottles
is opened,
Liquids,
such as water, coffee
beyond
the boiling
or boiling
{especially
pressure
to burst, possibly
of hot food, including
pouches and boxes. To prevent
from hands and face.
fire, causing
potatoes.
damage
popcorn
possible
They could
when opening
bags, cooking
injury, direct steam away
dehydrate
and catch
to your oven.
• Cook meat and poultry thoroughly-meat
to at least an INTERNAL
of 160°F and poultry to at least an INTERNAL temperature
of 180°F. Cooking to these temperatures
foodborne illness.
usually protects against
MICROWAVE-SAFE
COOKWARE
Hake sure all cookware used in your microwave oven is suitable for
microwaving. Host glass casseroles, cooking dishes, measuring cups,
custard cups, pottery or china dinnerware which does not have
metallic trim or glaze with a metallic sheen can be used. Some
cookware is labeled "suitable for microwaving."
• If you are not sure if a dish is
microwave-safe, use this test: Place in
SUPERHEATED WATER
microwave
test
and can
• Foods with unbroken outer "skin" such as potatoes, hot dogs,
sausages, tomatoes, apples, chicken livers and other giblets,
and egg yolks should be pierced to allow steam to escape
during cooking.
point
is. Always
with no food inside for more than a
minute or two may cause damage
bubbling
any containers
temperature
• Do not boil eggs in a microwave
the
formula.
in injury.
• Do not overcook
such us whole eggs and sealed containers-for
example, closed jars-are
able to explode and should not be heated
in this microwave oven. Such use of the microwave oven could result
• Operating
really
• Hot foods and steam can cause burns. Be careful
• Do not pop popcorn
• Some products
when warming
the baby.
can build up. This can cause the container
resulting
utensil into the
Stir food to distribute
scalding
may feel cooler than the formula
before
• Don't defrost
carbonated
oven
baby food in glass jars, even with the lid off. Make
The container
the formula
containing
to stand in the microwave
a spoon or other
care when
it.
necks.
Use extreme
container
heat evenly.
dishes,
with narrow
the container
sure all infant food is thoroughly
• Foil not molded
heating
for a short time before removing
• Avoid heating
the side of the oven.
containers
through
or tea, are able to be overheated
without
appearing
when the container
oven is not alwags
present.
to be boiling.
is removed
from
Visible
the
THIS COULD RESULT
IN VERY HOT LIQUIDS SUDDENLY BOILING OVER WHEN THE
CONTAINER IS DISTURBED OR A SPOON OR OTHER UTENSIL
IS INSERTED INTO THE LIQUID.
the oven both the dish you are testing
and a glass measuring cup filled with
1 cup of water-set the measuring cup
either in or next to the dish. Microwave :1minute at high. If the dish
heats, it should not be used for microwaving. If the dish remains
cool and only the water in the cup heats, then the dish is
microwave-safe.
• If you use a meat thermometer
for use in microwave
ovens.
while cooking,
make sure it is safe
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
MICROWAVE-SAFE
, Do not use recgcled
paper products.
napkins and waxed
cause arcing
filaments
COOKWARE
Recgcled
paper can contain
be avoided,
, Some styrofoam
containing
as theg nag
v vw
,.
Improper
also ignite.
the
the package
for proper
reduces
ovens. Check
appliance
use.
dishes in order to retain
to vent plastic
moisture
and prevent
spattering.
Be sure
become
heated food. Pot holders
, "Boilable"
cooking
be slit, pierced
plastic could
hot because
nag
pouches
and tightly
cooking
covering
uncovered
with containers
carefully
closed plastic
bg package.
storage
because
tightly
from the
to handle the cookware.
or immediately
resulting in injurg. Also, plastic
least partially
of heat transferred
be needed
or vented as directed
burst during
bags should
If they are not,
after cooking,
containers
should
possibly
be at
they form a tight seal. When
covered
existsbeforeuse
with a power cord having
current.
This
a grounding
wire
into an outlet that
and grounded.
Consult
a qualified
electrician
understood,
responsibility
2-prong
and obligation
3-prong
in this manual.
wall outlet,
are not
the appliance
it is your personal
to have it replaced
with a properly
wall outlet.
Do not under any circumstances
prong
instructions
exists as to whether
grounded.
If the outlet is a standard
grounded
if the grounding
or if doubt
cut or remove the third (ground)
from the power cord.
For best
operation,plug
prevent
flickering
this appliance
of lights, blowing
from hands and face.
We do not recommend
into its own electrical
of fuse or tripping
using an extension
If the power cord is too short,
microwaved
/
"
Ensureproper ground
outlet to
of circuit breaken
with plastic wrap, remove
and direct steam away
, Use foil only as directed
_
plug. The plug must be plugged
installed
completely
wrap so steam can escape.
nag
TV dinners
may be
outlet near the appliance.
cord with this appliance.
have a qualified
(See Extension
electrician
Cords section
install
an
below.)
in foil trags less than 3/4" high; remove the top foil
cover and return the trag to the box. When using foil in the
microwave oven, keep the foil at least 1" away from the sides
of the oven.
, Plastic cookware-Plastic cookware designed for microwave cooking
is very useful, but should be used carefully. Evenmicrowave-safe
plastic may not be as tolerant of overcooking conditions as are glass
or ceramic materials, and may soften or char if subjected to short
periods of overcooking. In longer exposures to overcooking, the food
and cookware could ignite.
Follow these guidelines:
1 Usemicrowave-safe plastics only and use them in strict
compliance with the cookware manufacturer's recommendations.
2 Do not microwave empty containers.
3 Do not permit children to use plastic cookware without
complete supervision.
EXTENSION
CORDS
A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risks resulting from
becoming entangled
in or tripping
over a longer cord.
Extension cords may be used if you are careful in using them.
If an extension cord is used1 The marked electrical
rating of the extension
cord should be at least
as great as the electrical rating of the appliance;
2 The extension cord must be a grounding-type
5-wire cord and it
must be plugged into a 5-slot outlet;
3 The extension 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 unintentionally.
If you use an extension
cord, the interior light may flicker and the blower
sound may vary when the microwave
oven is on. Cooking times may be
longer, too.
READ AND FOLLOW
INFORHATION
THIS SAFETY
CAREFULLY.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
4
II
_
and plastic wrap can be used to cover
is properly
, Cookware
plug
an escape wire for the electric
is equipped
with a grounding
paper
I
METHOD
grounding
the risk of electric
shock bg providing
for use in microwave
P EEERREO
_ '_,,,o
This appliance must be grounded. In
the event of an electrical short circuit,
is properly
, Paper towels, waxed
,w.,
use of the
grounding
to dry newspapers.
, Not all plastic wrap is suitable
_,
on) have a
in the bottom. When microwaved,
metal can burn the floor of the oven or ignite a paper towel.
, Do not use the microwave
INSTRUCTIONS
IMARNIIklGI
nag
nylon or nglon
trags (like those that meat is packaged
thin strip of metal embedded
GROUNDING
paper towels,
metal flecks which
or ignite. Paper products
should
(CONT.)
Features
(Throughout this manual, features and
appearance may vary from your model.)
1. Door Latches.
2. Window
with Metal
Shield. Screen
allows cooking to be viewed while
keeping microwaves confined
in the oven.
3. Convenience
Guide.
700 Watts
NOTE: Rating plate, oven vent(s) and
oven light are located on the inside walls
of the microwave oven.
5. Door Latch
Release.
Press
release to open the dooE
4. Touch Control
Panel Displag.
Quick Start
(Throughout this manual, features and appearance
The Controls on Your Microwave
latch
6. Removable Turntable. Turntable and
support must be in place when using
the oven. The turntable may be
removed for cleaning.
may vary from your model,)
Oven
You con microwave by time or with
the convenience features.
Time Features
Enter
Time Cook
Amount of cooking time,
Time Defrost {Amountof defrosting time)
Amount of defrosting time.
Add 30
Starts automatically!
Power Level
Power level 1-9
(automaticallyset at Hi),
Convenience Features
Enter
Popcorn
3,5 oz. or 3.0 oz. package
Beverage
1-4 servings
Pizza
1-4 slices
Dinner plate
I or 2 servings
Cook
Food type 1-6
OO0
Changing Power Levels
Variable power levels add flexibilitg to
microwave cooking.The power levels on
the microwave oven can be compared to
the surface units on a range. Power level Hi
or full power is the fastest wag to cook and
gives gou 100% poweE Each power level
gives you microwave energg a certain
percent of the time. Power level7 is
microwave energy 70% of the time. Power
level 3 is energg 30% of the time.
Restperiods (when the microwave energg
cgcles off) give time for the food to
"equalize" or transfer heat to the inside of
the food. An example of this is shown with
power level3-the defrost cgcle. If
microwave energg did not cgcle off, the
outside of the food would cook before the
insidewas defrosted.
A high setting will cook faster but food
mag need more frequent stirring, rotating
or turning oveEMost cooking will be done
on power level Hi.A lower setting will cook
more evenlg and need less stirring or
rotating of the food.
Power Level
Best Uses
Hi
Fish,bacon, vegetables,
boiling liquids.
Ned-High 7
Gentlecooking of meat and
poultrg; baking casseroles
and reheating.
Medium 5
Slowcooking and
tenderizing such as
stews and less tender
cuts of meat.
Some foods mag have better flavor, texture
or appearance if one of the lower settings
is used. Use a lower power level when
cooking foods that have a tendencg to boil
over, such as scalloped potatoes.
Here are some examples of uses for
various power levels:
Low 2 or 3
Warm I
Defrosting without cooking;
simmering; delicate sauces.
Keepingfood warm without
overcooking; softening
butter
Time Features
Time Cook
The power level mag be changed if gou
Time Cook
do not want full poweE
Allows #ou to microwave for any time up
to 9g minutes and 9g seconds.
1. Press Time Cook.
2. Enter cooking time.
3.Change power level if gou don't want
full power. (Press Power Level.
Select a desired power level 1-9.)
4. Press Start.
Power level Hi is automaticallu set, but
Uoumag change it for more flexibility.
You may open the door during Time Cook
to check the food. Closethe door and press
Start to resume cooking.
How to Change the Power Level
The power level may be entered or
changed immediatelu after entering
the feature time for Time Cook.
1. Press Time Cook.
2. Enter cooking time.
3. Press Power Level.
4. Select desired power level 1-9.
5. Press Start.
Time Features (cant)
Time Cook Guide
- NOTE: Use power
level Hi unless otherwise
noted.
Amount
Time
Comments
Asparagu s
(freshspears)
1 lb.
7 to 10 rain., Had-High (7)
In lY2-qt, casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
(frozenspears)
10-oz.package
5 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole.
(freshgreen)
(frozengreen)
(frozen lima)
i lb.cut in half
lO-oz, package
lO-oz, package
12 to 17 min.
6 to 9 rain.
6 to 9 rain.
In lY2-qt, casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons water.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
(fresh,whole)
Broccoli
i bunch
18 to 25 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
(freshcut)
1 bunch (lY4to lY2 Ibs.)
7 to 10 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
(freshspears)
(frozen,choPPed)
(frozenspears)
i bunch (1V4to 1V2Ibs.)
lO-oz, package
lO-oz, package
9 to 13 rain.
5 to 8 rain.
5 to 8 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 5 tablespoons water.
Cabbage
(fresh)
(wedges)
i medium head (about 2 Ibs.)
8 to 15 rnin.
7 to 14 rain.
In lJ/2- or 2-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
In 2- or 5-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
Carrots
(fresh,sliced)
i lb.
6 to 9 rain.
In lJ/2-qt, casserole,place 1/4 cup water.
(frozen)
10-oz.package
5 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons water.
(flowerets)
(fresh,whole)
(frozen)
i medium head
i medium head
10-oz.package
9 to 14 rain.
9 to 17 rain.
5 to 8 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
In 2-qt. casserole,place 1/2 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons water.
(frozen kernel)
10-oz.package
4 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons watel:
(fresh)
i to 5 ears
5 to 5 rain. per ear
In 2-qt. glass baking dish, place corn. If corn is in husk, use no
water; if corn has been husked, add 1/4 cup watel: Rearrange
after half of time.
(frozen)
i ear
2 to 6 ears
5 to 7 rain.
2 to 4 rain. per ear
Place in 2-qt. glass baking dish. Coverwith vented plastic wrap.
Rearrange after half of time.
Mixedvegetables
(frozen)
lO-oz, package
4 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 3 tablespoons watel:
(fresh,shelled)
2 Ibs.unshelled
9 to 12 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 1/4 cup water:
(frozen)
Potatoes
lO-oz, package
4 to 8 rain.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 2 tablespoons water:
(fresh,cubed,
white)
(fresh,whole,
sweet or white)
4 potatoes
(6 to 8 oz.each)
1 (6 to 8 oz.)
11to 14 rain.
Peel and cut into i inch cubes. Place in 2-qt. casserole with 1/2 cup
watel: Stir after half of time.
2 to 5 rain.
Pierce with cooking fork. Place in center of the oven. Let stand
5 minutes.
10 to 16 oz.
5 to 8 rain.
10-oz.package
5 to 8 rain.
In 2-qt. casserole,place washed spinach.
In 1-qt. casserole,place 5 tablespoons water:
i lb.sliced
4 to 7 rain.
In 1Y2-qt.casserole,place 1/4 cup water:
i to 2 squash
(about 1 lb.each)
7 to 11 rain.
Cut in half and remove fibrous membranes. In 2-qt. glass baking
dish, place squash cut-side-down. Turn cut-side-up after/4 minutes.
Beans
Cauliflower
Corn on the cob
Spinach
(fresh)
(frozen,chopped
and leaf)
Squash
(fresh,summer
and yellow)
(winter,acorn
or butternut)
Time Features (cont)
Time Defrost
Allows gou to defrost for a selected length
of time. See the Defrosting Guide for
suggested times.
1. Press Time Defrost.
2. Enter defrosting time.
3. Press Start.
4. Turn the food over after half the time.
5. PressStart.
At one half of selected defrosting time, turn
food over and break apart or rearrange
pieces for more even defrosting. Shield any
warm areas with small pieces of foil. The
oven will continue to defrost if gou don't
open the door and turn the food,
A dull thumping noise mag be heard
during defrosting. This is normal when
oven is not operating at Hi power
Defrosting Tips
• Foodsfrozen in paper or plasticcan be
defrostedin the package.Closedpackages
should be slit, piercedor vented AFTER
food has partially defrosted.Plasticstorage
containersshould be partially uncovered.
• Familg-size,prepackaged frozen dinners
can be defrosted and microwave& If the
food is in a foil container, transfer it to a
microwave-safe dish,
• Foods that spoil eosilg should not be
allowed to sit out for more than one hour
after defrosting. Room temperature
promotes the growth of harmful bacteria.
• When defrosted, food should be cool
but softened in all areas. If still slightlg icg,
return to the microwave verg brieflg, or
let it stand a few minutes.
Defrosting Guide
Time
Comments
Breads, Cakes
Bread, buns Or rolls (1 piece)
Sweet rolls (approx. Z2oz.)
1/2 rain.
3 to 5 rain.
Rearrange after half the time.
Fish and Seafood
Fillets,frozen (1 lb.)
Shellfish,small pieces (1 lb.)
6 to 9 rain.
6 to 9 rain.
Place block in casserole.Turn over and break up after half the time.
Plastic pouch--! or 2
(lO-oz. package)
2 to 6 rain.
Meat
Bacon (1 ID.
4 to 7 min.
Place unopened package in oven. Let stand 5 minutes after defrosting.
Franks 11 a.i
4 to 7 min.
Place unopened package in oven. Hicrowavejust until franks can be separated. Let stand
5 minutes, if necessarg, to complete defrosting.
Grout a meat (1 lb.}
10to 12min.
Turn meat over after first half of time.
Roast: beef. lamb. veal OOrK
9 to 13 rain. per lb.
Use power level 1.
Steaks. cnc asaria CUtlets
9 to 13 rain. per lb.
Place unwrapped
meat in cooking dish. Turn over after first half of time and shield warm areas with
foil. After second half of time, separate
pieces with table knife. Let stand to complete defrosting.
Poultrg
Chtcken. Droiler-f%er,cut up
(2J/2to 3 Ibs.)
26 to 32 rain.
Placewrapped chicken in dish. Unwrap and turn over after first half of time. After second half of
time, separate pieces and place in cooking dish. Hicrowave 2 to 4 minutes more, if necessarg. Let
stand a few minutes to finish defrosting.
Chicken. wnole 2V2to 3 Ibs.l
26 to 32 min.
Placewrapped chicken in dish.After half the time, unwrap and turn chicken over: Shieldwarm
areas with foil.To complete defrosting, run cold water in the cavitg until giblets can be removed.
Cornish her
7 to 13 min. per lb.
Place unwrapped hen in the oven breast-side-up. Turn over after first half of time.
Runcool water in the cavitg until giblets can be removed.
TurkeL breast (4 to 6 Ibs.)
g to 14 min. per lb.
Place unwrapped breast in microwave-safe dish breast-side-down. After first half
of time, turn breast-side-up and shield warm areas with foil. Defi-ostfor second
half of time. Let stand 1 to 2 hours in refi-igerator to complete defrosting.
Time Features
(cant)
®
Add 30
It will add 30 seconds to the time
counting
pressed.
down each time the pad is
Each touch will add 30 seconds, up to
99 minutes and 99 seconds.
The oven will start immediatelg when
pressed.
Convenience
Features
Popcorn
How to Use the Popcorn
Feature
1. Follow package instructions.
Place
the package of popcorn in the center
of the microwave.
2. Press Popcorn once for a 3.5 ounce
package of popcorn and twice for a
3.0 ounce package. The oven will
start immediatelg after Popcorn
is touched.
Beverage
The Beverage feature works best for
heating a beverage that is at room
temperature.
Beverages heated with the Beverage
feature mag be verg hot. Remove the
container with care.
Press Beverage once for 8 oz., twice
for 12 oz., three times for 16 oz. and four
times for 4 oz. The oven will start
immediatelg
when Beverage
is touched.
Cook
The Cook feature automaticallg sets the
cooking times and power levelsfor a
varietg of foods.
1. PressCook. Code will be displaged.
2. Select food tgpe 1-6. Serving
Sizes1-4 will be displaged.
3. Enter Serving Size 1-4.
Food
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
Food
Serving
Size
Baked potato
Canned veg.
Fresh veg.
Frozen veg.
Chicken
Fish
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-4
i-4
i-4
4. The oven starts automaticallg.
Dinner PIote
The Dinner Plate feature
previouslg
reheats
cooked foods,
Press Dinner
Plate once to reheat.
A cooking time of 6:00 starts
counting down.
The oven starts immediatelg
Dinner Plate is touched.
after
Be sure to cover the plate with
plastic wrap.
Use onlg
popcorn
with
prepackaged
weighing
microwave
3.0 to 3.5 ounces.
Convenience
Features (cant)
Pizza
The Pizza feature is for reheating
I to 4 slices of pizza
Press Pizza once for one slice of pizza,
twice for two slices, three times for three
slices and four times for four slices The
oven will start immediatelg after Pizza is
touched.
Other Features
®
Clock
Press Clock to enter the time of day
1. Press Clock.
2. Enter time of dag
3. Press Start or Clock.
Timer
The Timer operates as a minute timer,
1. Press Timer.
The Timer feature operates without
microwave energy
2. Enter amount of time gou want to
count down
To stop the timer, press and hold
Timer for 3 seconds
3. Press Timer. When the time is up,
the timer will signal
Clear/Off
To pause cooking, press Start. To
continue cooking, press Start again
Press once to stop and erase gour
cooking settings.
Clear/Off will not stop the TimeE
Child Lock-Out
You mag lock the control panel
to prevent the microwave from
being accidentallg started or used
bg children
lO
To lock or unlock the controls, press and
hold Clear/Off for about three seconds
When the control panel is locked, Loc or
UnLo appears in the displag
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Microwave Terms
Definition
Arcing
Arcing is the microwave term for sparks in the oven. Arcing is caused bg:
• metal or foil touching the side of the oven.
• foil that is not molded to food {upturned edges act like antennas).
• metal such as twist-ties, poultrg pins, gold-rimmed dishes.
• recgcled paper towels containing small metal pieces.
Covering
Covers hold in moisture, allow for more even heating and reduce cooking time. Venting plastic wrap
or covering with wax paper allows excess steam to escape.
Shielding
In a regular oven, gou shield chicken breasts or baked foods to prevent over-browning. When
microwaving, gou use small strips of foil to shield thin parts, such as the tips of wings and legs on
poultrg, which would cook before larger parts.
Standing Time
When you cook with regular ovens, foods such as roasts or cakes are allowed to stand to finish
cooking or to set. Standing time is especiallg important in microwave cooking. Note that a
microwaved cake is not placed on a cooling rack.
Venting
After covering a dish with plastic wrap, gou vent the plastic wrap by turning back one corner so
excess steam can escape.
Care and Cleaning
Helpful Hints
An occasional thorough wiping with
a solution of baking soda and water
keeps the inside fresh.
UNPLUG THE CORD BEFORE CLEANING
ANY PART OF THIS OVEN.
How to Clean the Inside
Walls, Floor, Inside Window, Metal and
Plastic Parts on the Door
Some spatters can be removed with a
paper towel; others may require a damp
cloth. Remove greasy spatters with a
sudsy cloth, then rinse with a damp
cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners or
sharp utensils on oven walls. To clean
the surface of the door and the surface
of the oven that come together upon
closing, use onlg mild, nonabrasive soaps
or detergents using a sponge or soft
cloth. Rinse with a damp cloth and dry.
Never use a commercial
oven cleaner
on any part of your microwave.
Removable Turntable and
Turntable Support
To prevent breakage, do not place the
turntable into water just after cooking.
Wash it carefully in warm, sudsy water
or in the dishwashe_ The turntable and
support can be broken if dropped.
Remember, do not operate the oven
without the turntable and support
in place.
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Care and Cleaning
(cant)
How to Clean the Outside
Door Surface
Case
Clean the outside of the microwave with
a sudsy cloth. Rinse and then dry. Wipe
the window clean with a damp cloth.
Control Panel and Door
Wipe with a damp cloth. Dry thoroughly.
Do not use cleaning sprays, large
amounts of soap and water, abrasives
or sharp objects on the panel-they
can damage it. Some paper towels can
also scratch the control panel.
It's important to keep the area clean
where the door seals against the
microwave. Use only mild, non-abrasive
detergents applied with a clean sponge
or soft cloth. Rinse well.
Do not use cleaners containing
ammonia or alcohol on the
microwave oven. Ammonia or
alcohol can damage the
appearance of the microwave.
Power Cord
If the cord becomes soiled, unplug
and wash with a damp cloth. For
stubborn spots, sudsy water may be
used, but be certain to rinse with a
damp cloth and dry thoroughly before
plugging cord into outlet.
If Something Goes Wrong
:P
Oven will not start
Control panel lighted, get
oven will not start.
PossibleCauses
What To Do
A fuse in your home may be
blown or the circuit breaker tripped.
• Replacefuse or reset circuitbreaker.
Power surge.
• Unplug the microwave oven, then plug it back in.
Plugnot fully inserted intowall outlet.
• Make sure the S-prong plug on oven is fully inserted into wall outlet.
Door not securely closed.
• Open the door and close securely.
Start not pressed after
entering cooking selection.
• PressStart.
Another selection entered
already in oven and Clear/Off
not pressedto cancel it.
• PressClear/Off.
Cooking time not entered
after pressing Time Cook.
• Make sure you have entered cooking time after pressing Time Cook.
Start was pressed
accidentally.
• Resetcooking program and press Start.
Things That Are Normal
• Steam or vapor escaping from
around the door.
• Light reflection around door or
outer case.
• Dimming oven light and change in
the blower sound at power levels other
than high.
• Dull thumping sound while oven is
operating.
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• TV-radio interference might be noticed
while using the microwave. Similar to
the interference caused bg other small
appliances, it does not indicate a
problem with the microwave. Plug the
microwave into a different electrical
circuit, move the radio or TV as far
away from the microwave as possible,
or check the position and signal of
the TV/radio antenna.
GE Microwave Oven Warrantg
Staple your receipt here.
Proof of the original purchase
date is needed to make o
warranty claim.
What GE Will Provide:
Replacement
From the date of the odgina I pumhas e
unff for any product which fails due to a defect in materials or
workmanship. The exchange unit is warranted
product's original one-gear warrantg period.
• Properlg pack Four unit. We recommend using the
original carton and packing materials.
• Return the product to the retail location where it was
purchased.
• Customer instructions.
information regarding
and user controls.
This owner's manual provides
operating instructions
• Improper installation, deliverg or maintenance.
• Failure of the product or damage to the product if it is
abused, misused (for example, cavitg arcing from wire
rack or metal/foil), or used for other than the intended
purpose or used commerciallg.
for the remainder of your
• Include in the package a copg of the sales receipt or other
evidence of date of original purchase. Also print Four
name and address and a description of the defect.
• Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit
breakers.
• Damage to the product
or acts of God.
caused bg accident, fire, floods
• Incidental or consequential
defects with this appliance.
damage caused bg possible
• Damage caused after deliverg.
EXCLUSIONOF IMPLIED WARRANTIES--Your sole and exclusive remedy is product
exchange as provided in this Limited Warranty. Any implied warranties, including
the implied warranties of merchentabilitg or fitness for a particular purpose, are
limited to one gear or the shortest period allowed bg law.
Thiswarranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for
products purchased for home use within the USA.
Some states do not allow the exclusionor limitation of incidental or consequential
damages. Thiswarranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also hove other
rights which vary from state to state. To know what your legal rights ore, consult your
local or state consumer affairs office or your state's AttomeF General.
Exclusion of implied warranties: Exceptwhere prohibited or restricted I_g low, there are
no warranties, whether express,oral or statutory which extend beFond the description
on the face hereof, including specifically the implied warranties of merchantabilitF or
fitness for a particular purpose.
Warrantor: General Electric Compang. Louisville, KY40225
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Instructions
Real Life Design Studio
GE supports
the Universal
Design concept-products,
and mental
details of GE's Universal
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the microwave
oven. We stronglg
abilities and impairments.
Design applications,
ideas for people with disabilities,
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phone
number,
or write to:
General Manager, Customer Relations
GE Appliances, Appliance Park
Louisville,
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General Electric Company
Louisville,
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KY 40225
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KY 40225
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