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AdapterPlugs
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AluminumFoil
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ApplianceRegistration
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AutoCook
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AutoDefrost
24,25
AutoRoast
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AutoSimmer
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CareandChmrsing
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ControlFanel
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Conversion
Guide
CookingCompleteReminder 5
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DelayedCooking
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ExhaustFan
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ExtensionCords
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Ratures
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GreaseFilter
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HoldTime
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LightBulb
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Tip
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PowerLevels
ProblemSolver
RepairService
Safety
Temperature
Cook
Temperature
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Before
youroven,
readthisbookcarefully.
MisintendedtoMp youoperate
andmaintainyournewmicrowave
ovenproperly.
Keepithandyforanswerstoyour
questions.
Ifyoudon’ttmderstand
something
or needmorehelp,write(include
yourphonenumber):
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andserial
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fbr
registering
youastheowner.
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tobesurehehasdoneso;alsosend
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Product
Ownmship
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ifyouarenottheoriginalpurchaser
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youcancorrect
●
Tips
@Makesureallcookwareusedin
yourmicrowave.
ovenissuitahlefor
microvvwing.
NM glasscasseroles+
cookingdishes,measuring
cups,
custardcups,potteryorchina
dinnerware
whichdoesnothave
metallictrimorgkumwitha metallic
sheencanbeused.Somecookware
is!iabekxl
“suitable
forrn~cxowaving~’
Ifyouareunsure,usethisdishtest:
Measure! cupwaterina glasscup.
Placeinovenonor besidedish.
?vlicrowave
1-1%
minutesatHigh.If
w$terbecomes
hot,dishis
safe.If’dishhea~s,itshouldnotbe
usedfor
● Papertowels,
waxpaperand
plasticwrapcanbeusedtocover
dishesinordertoretainmoisture
aridprevent
* Some
foodsrequire
stirring,rotatingor
Checkyourcookbook,
● St&am
buildsuppressureinhods
whichare
coveredbya skin
or
Piercepota?cws,
cgg
yoMandchickenliversto
SerialNumber
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the
electricshock,
fire,injurytopemons
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toWessive
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(continued)
–-Remove
theshelt’fmm
oven
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whennotinus~.
–Do notstoreorcookwithshelf
onfloorofoven.Productdamage
mayresult.
–Use pothold~rstohandkshelf
andutensils.Theymaybehot.
–-Donotusem&xOwave
browning
dishonshelf;theshelfcmdd
overheat,Donotuseshelfwith
Automatic
feature.
@Haveit
andproperly
seethe$peckd
packedwiththemicrowave
oven.
* Theexhaustb in
yowoven
wilhperate
under
certain
eondUms
(seeAutmna@
page6).
FanFeature,
fkn
is
required
toprevent
thestarting
andspreading
cooking
o
fankin Us&lb’ this
-hi theeventda greasefire,
M1’Mxher pm(?II
W’fhce
unitbycovering
pan
with
lid$cookiesheet
or flattray
--Neverflamefbodstinder
theowmWithtk
theflames.
fan
itmayspread
eXh8Wt
FeaturesofYourMicrowave
Oven
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CookingCompleteReminder
(FarTIMECOWandDEFROST
cycles)
Toremindyouthatyouhavefd inthe
oven,theovenwilldisplay“End”andbeep
oncea minuteuntilyoueitheropentheoven
dooror touchtheCLEARKWF
pad.
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K IbuchControlPaneland
Digitalllisphy
Mwmationcmeachfeature,
seepages6 and7*
MLHood(%ntmls.
Ran.PressHI,IX)orOH?
IJgW.PressON,NK3HTorOFF.
17,Smoke& SpstterSMeld,This
convenientshieldishinged,When
usingtherangetop,fliptheshield
downintotheOUTpositionwhere
itwilldirectsurfacesmoketothe
exhaustsystem.Whentheventfim
isnotinuse,fliptheshieldup
undertheoven.
L DearHmdle.Pulltoopen
door.Doormustbesecurely
latchedforoventooperate,
2. DoorLatches*
3. WindowwithMetalShMd.
Screenallows
tobeviewed
while
confined
inoven.
!%oven vent.
moven
molt’.
6 ModeStirr@r
Cover.Pfotects
the
energy
system.Donotremovethecover.
Muwill
theovert.
u. Weiw
men.
L%
Light.
M.Own Light.Light comes on
whendooris
or whenoven
is
inany
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ControlI%nel
ThetouchcontrolpanelMowsyoutosettheoven
controlselectrcmicaiiy
withthetouchofa finger.M
designedtobeeasytouseandunderstand.
Withyour
microwave
oven,youhavetheoptionofusingyour
automaticcookingcontrolpadsforquickandeasy
convenience
cooking,Oryoumaymakeyourown
programstosuityourindividualized
cookingstyle.
6 Clear/Off.Whentouched,itstopstheovenand
erasesailsettingsexcepttimeofday.
9
7. AutoCook.Touchthispadandthen
fordesiredcodenumber,andovenautomatically
microwaves
atpre-prog
rammedpowerievelsand
determines
theproperamountofcookingtimeuntilthe
foodisdoneandovenshutsoff.(Seepages12and13.)
& ExhaustFan.PressIll, LOorOFFforfanspeed.
9. he D&rust.Gentlethawingatautomaticpower
level3,orchangepowerlevelafterenteringtime,
6= page9.)
I&TampCook/HoId.
Usethetemperature
probeto
cookbyusinga presettemperatum.
Wheninternal
fbod
reaches9WF.,ovenshows
untilpreset
isreached
andholds
fbruptoonehour.(Seepage10.)
U. Mirt/$etTimer.Thisfeatureusesnomicrowave
energywhileitfunctionsasbotha kitchentimerorasa
holdhgperiodbetweendefrostandtimeortemperature
cooki~g;(SeepageIL)
K2.ProgramReview.Touchthispadtodispiayyour
program.
B. I%wer
Lwel.Touchthispadbeforeentering
anotherpowerlevelnumberifyouwanttochange
from
powerlewd
foremkingor
powerlevel3(Low)for
14,Start. Touchthispadtobeginanyfunction.
15 AutoRuast.Insertprobe,touchthispad,and
desirednumberpadfbrcodetoslow-cook
or
cookmeatwith
preset
{wePages24 and4
K
TmwhMSpad,thencodenumber
andfbodweight.Theovert
setsprover
levelsand
time,($eepage26,)
1’?.L&M,Touch
padto
counteror
toturnonnightlight.
WhenYouPluginthe(hm
Thedisplaypaneldisplaysfive8’s,18POWER,and
alloftheownfinctions.After15seconds,alllights
disappearand“RESET”appearsintheupperportion.
TouchtheCLEARKWF
pad,settheCLOCK,and
ovenisreadyforuse.
Ifpowerisdisruptedatanytime,theabovesequence
recurs,andyoumustresetCL(XXaflertouching
CLEARKXW
Wkror”AppearsonDispky:
@WhenusingTempCook/Hold,youhaveentereda
temperature
lessthan90°Eormorethan199W
*whenusingAutoDefrost,thefood
m
didnotcorrespondwiththecode
@Doorisopenedduring“AU’KY’
qyeleofAutoCook
ClosedoorandtouchSTART
* Probehasbeen
whenAutoRoastorTemp
Cook/Holdarebeingused.
installedundertheovenmight,
undersomeheavy
cause
tooverheatsomeinternalpartsaf’the
mimwaveoven,
Toprevent
fromtakingplww,theexhaust
fanis
to
turnonat lowspeedif
occur,Shouldthis
thefancannotbe
turnedoff,butitwill
turnoff’whenthe
partshave
30
cooled.Thefanmaystayonupto
minutesaftertherangeand
ovencontrols
o
havebeenturnedoff.
4, Clock.Touchthispadtoentertimeofdayorcheck
timeof’daywhile
TOsetclock,first
touchCLOCKpadandthenentertimed’day.Rx
iftimeis 1:30,touch
pads1,3.andO
and“1:30”willfippetiron
“START”
willflash,
)W to touchSTART,
thus
thedock,
Ifyouwishtoresetor
time,simplyrepeat
tibovepm’efis.
5.
Fkds.T{whthesepadstocn[erconktime,
hod
powerIcwI,Au{oCookcodes,Auto
Mist codesor AutoDefrostcode
~ndfbod
weight.
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ChokingbyTime
Thetimecookingfeatureallows
youtopresetthecookingtime.
Theovenshutsoffautomatically.
Powerlevel10(High)is
recommended
formostcooking,
butyoumaychangethisformore
flexibility.
Seeyourcookbook.
Tobecomebetteracquaintwi
with
timecooking,makea cupofcoff=
byfollowingthestepsbelow
Step1:Filla cup2/3fullofwater,
add”1teaspoonbfinstantcoffkeand
stirtodissolve.Usea cupthathas
nometaldecorationandis
microwave
safe(see
Tipsonpage2). Placeeupinown
andclosedoor.
Step2:TouchTIMECOOKL
shows“: 0“ and“POWER
10:’**ENTER
C(XX TIME1’*
flashes.
Step4:TouchSTART.
“COOK
TIME1~’“POWER1(1~’
andtime
countingdownshowondisplay.
Step%Whentimeisup,theoven
signalsandflashes“EndYOven,
lightandfanshutoff.
Step6: Openthedoor.
F#x@we
TheTimeCook11featureletsyou
settwotimecookingfun~tions
withinoneprogramThisisideal
whenyouwantto
power
ievels
your
Here’showtodoit.
Step1:Placefd inovenin
microwave=safe
containerandclose
thedoor,
Step2:lbu~hTIMEC(XX I pad.
Displayshows”:0“ and‘*POWER
10:’“ENTER(XXX‘T~~~1“
flashes.
Step3:Select
W
example.touch2, 1and5 fortwo
minutesandU semndsoDisplay
shows“2:15”and“POWER10Y
“COCKTIME1*’flashes.
Step4:TouchTIMEC(XX Hpad:
step!%setyourcookingtime.
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Howb clltlnge l%werM
Aftersettingcookingtime,
toudlPOWERLEVELpad,
Ihentouchdesired
for
newproverlevel,
Step6: ThichSTARK
Step3: Selectyourtime.‘Touch
1,2andOfora
anti20
secxmds.
Displayshows“1:20”and
10:’ ‘*CXXX ‘mm 1**
flwihes,
isnbt
see“How?0
ChangePowerLevel”at right+]
Step7:
10”is
andC~k Time1isshown
down.
Step8: AttheendofCooicIlmc L
the
powerlevelis
andCookTime2 isshown
down,
Step9: Whentimeisup,theoven
signtihiandfIashes“End~*
The
oven,lightandfan~hutoff.
Step10:openthedom.
8
EIowtoUseAutoStart
AutoStartailowsyoutoprogram
youroventobegincookingata
presettimeofday–uptoa 12
hourdelay.
ToUseAutoMart
StepUEnteryourdesiredcooking
program.
Step2: TouchAUNlSTARTpad
(insteadofSTART
pad).
Step3:Enterthetimeyouwant
theoventostart.(Besureyour
microwave
ovenclockshowsthe
cormettimeofday.)
Step4: TouchSTART
pad.The
ovenwillautomatically
startat
thedesiredtime.
e
QuestionsandAnswers
Q. Isetmyovenforthetime
calledforinthereeipe,M atthe
endofthethneallowed,myfd
wasn$t
done.Whathappened?
A. Sincehousepower
e
totimeor1oeatkm,
manytime
cookingrecipesgiveyoua time
rangetopreventovercooking.
Set
theovenfor
time,testthe
foodfordoneness,andcookyour
fd a littlelonger,ifnecessary.
(&
andselectedmypowerlevel.When
I touchedSTART3
however,
my
ovendkhitcomeon.Whynot?
A. The’I’M3C00KI or Upad
mustbetouchedbeforesettingthe
numberpadsorelseyourove~will
notbegincooking.
(J Iwanttocooko napower
levelotherthanHigh.WhatdoI
needtodo?
A. ‘I bchangethe
powerhwel,
touchthePOWERLEVELpad,
thentouchdesirednumberforncw
powerlevel*
Q. CanlinterruptTimeC~kto
checkthefd?
A. Yes.Toresumecooking,
simplyclosethedoorandpress
e
theSTARY
pad.Thetimermustbe
resetforc~~kingtoresumeunless
timeis
ontimer.
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DefrostingbyThe
TimeDefrostisdesigned
forspeedythawingoffrozenfood
andisoneofthegreatadvantages
ofa microwave
oven.
UseTimeDefrosttoquickly
thawhodssuchasbread,roils,
vegetables,
fruitsandfrozen
dinners.AutoDefrostispreferred
formeatandpoultrybecmsethe
ovensetsthedefrosting
timeand
powerlevelsforyou.
@Powerlevel3 isautomatically
set
fbrdefrosting,butyoumaychange
thisformoreflexibility.
● Seeyourcookbook
for
help,
Tobcconwbetteracquaintedwith
TimeDefrost,defrosta lo-ma
packageoffrozenstrawberries
by
following
thestepsbelow,
Step1:Placepackageoffrozen
strawberries
intheovenandclose
door.Besurepackagecontains
nometal.
$’$*w
2: ThwhTIME
shows*’:0“ and
3:$*’ENTER
DEIFTIME*’fi4Mhe$L
QuestionsandAnswers
Q WhmipressSTART,Ihear
Step4:TouchS%ART.
‘61X3FTIME”
showsandtimecountsdownon
dispkiy,Whencycleis
theovensignalsandflashes“RKL’*
then
shutsof~.
Step!5:Turnpackageover,close
doorandrepeatSteps2 and3toset
half
time
andtouchSTART,
Step6: Whenovensignalsand
flashes●
’End:’opendoor,remove
packageandseparatestrawberries
tofinishdefrosting.
* FbO&
~K3z~ft
inpaperorplastic
em be
inthepackage.
a dullthumpingnoise.Whatisit?
A. Thissoundisnormal.Itis
lettingyouknowtheovenisusinga
powerlevellowerthaniO(High). —
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Q. Canldefrostsmalliternsin —
-—-.
a hurry?
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A. Yes,Mtheywillneedmore
——
frequentattentionthanusual.Raise
thepowerlevelafterenteringthe
timebytouchingthedesiredpower —–
—
—
levelpad.Powerlevel7 cutsthe
—
total
timeaboutin 1/2; —
powerlevelK?cutsthetotd
defrosting
timeto
1/3.During
either,rotateorstirfd frequently,
Q
timesInthecookbookseemright
formyfood?
A. Cookbooktimesareaverages.
IMrostingtimecanvaryafxording
{othetemperature
inyourt%eezer.
Setyourovenforthetimeindicated
inyourcookbookN’yourkxxiis
stillnotcompletely
thawedatthe
endofthattime,resetyouroven
andadjustthetimeaccordingly.
Q*
completely
thawedbefore
cooking?
A,
notbe
ccmtpleteiy
thawedbetirecooking.
Fort%afnpk!.
fishcookssoquickly it isbettertobegincookingwhileit
isstillslightlyfkwxm.
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Q
-—‘IlmeDefrosttoaheckonthe
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P-of
myf~?
—
A. Yes,Yeamayopefithedoorat —
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anytimeduringmicrowaving.
TO
resumedefrosting,Axe thedoor
andpressSTART.
Theovenbegins
operatingiftimeisleftontimer.
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Ifnot,resettimer.
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m=
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-
1
thentouchdesirednumberfbr
newpowerlevel,
Internaltemperature
isthebest
testofdonenessformanyf-,
TempCook/Holdtakesthe
guesswork
outofcookingbecause
theoven
switches
toHoldsettingafterreaching
thepresetfoodtemperature
and
maintainsthattemperature
forup
toonehouror untilyoutouchthe
CLEAWOFF
pad.
TheTemperatureProbe
HANC’U
-.
1
\
*
#
SENSOR-
The
CAM#
i
CLIP
probeisa hod
that
the
internal
ofyourfd;
itmustbeusedwhenusingTemp
Cook/H&lor AutoRoast.To
utilizeyourprobe
follow
directionsforuseandinsertionin
thisbookintheAutomatic
Roastingsection.
BeefRib
Step1:Inserttemperature
probe
andattachprobestxwrelyinoven
wall.Closethedoor.
Step2: TouchTEMPCOOK/’
HOLD.Thedisplaypanelshows
“F”’and“POWER10U*
“ENTER
TEMP”fiashes.
Step%Touch1,2,5 for125QF.
“TEMP(XXX” flashes.“Q5F”
and“POWER10”showondisplay.
S@p4:To@ PUWERLEVEL
p&d.‘*ENTER
POWER”flashes,
Touch5 for
power.
“TEMPCOOK:*“L!5F’*
arid
5“ showondisphiy.
Step 5: TouchSTART.
Ifinternal
oftheroastislessthan
90”F.,displaywillshow“CXXX*
or
is90°F.orabove,
displayshowstemperature
countingup.
Step6: WhenLkVF.isreached.
theovenwillsoundanddisplay
**FKXD*’+
Theovenwillthenhold
the
Step7:Touchthe
padtostopthec@e.
Step&
probeandfood
fromtheoven,
* u%’
a klwerpowerkwel;h will
hemmoreevenlyeven
moretime.
@Besurefrozenfbodhasbeen
inserting
probe.Probemaybreakoffifused
infr’awxm
fbods.
* & thecliptokeepthePmb in
placewhileheating.
@Coverhods looselyfor
controlandquick,even
Q AfterI followedthesteps
andtouchedtheSTARTpad,
661!RROR”
flashedinthedisplay
andasignalsmmded.What%
wrong?
A. “ERRC)R*’
flashesifyouset
thetemperature
eitherbelow90”F.
oraboveN9*F,Theoventellsyou,
betweentheflashingof “ERROR~’
whatincorrectentrywasmade.To
reenter,touchCLEAR/OFFpad
andbeginagain.
Q.Arethereanyfti I can’t
TempC(MSM
A. Yes.Delicatebuttericings,ice
cream,frozenwhippedtoppings,
etc.softenrapidlyatwarm
temperatures.
Batters,doughsand
frozenfbodsarealsodifficultto
cookpreciselywiththeprobe.It’s
besttotimecookthesef’s,
Q Whydid“PROBE”flashon
thedbl~y after~tmehedthe
STW pad?
A, “PNXU?’”
willflashifyou
don’tseatthecableendoftheprobe
securelyintothereceptacleinthe
ovenwailor ifyoutouchtheTEMP
COOK/HC3LD
padandforgetto
usetheprobe.
Q tin 1law myprobein the
ovenifit%notinsertedin fd?
A. No,ifittouchestheovenwall,
youmaydamagetheoven.
Q.Can1T&repCookdifferent
portkma
offoodat
A. Yes,Thetemperature
probe
givesyouthefreedomtocook
differentportionsoffoodat
tosuit
eatingstyles,Sin@y
placeprobeinfd tindchange
settingasneeded.
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HowtoUsethe
‘Ilmer
TheMIN/SEC
TIMERhasthree
timingfunctions:
o Itoperatesasa ndnutetimer.
* Ncanbesettodelaycooking.
@M canbeusedasa holdsetting
afterdefrosting.
TheMIN/SECTIMEROpei%ittX
withoutmicrowave
energy.
Step1:Takecasserolefromfre~zer
andplaceinoven.
HowtoTimea341inute
PhoneCall
1.TouchMIN/SECTIMERpad.
W@:
Thedisplayshows*’:0“ and
“ENTERTIME*’flashes.
2. Touchnumberpads3,0 andO
(for3
andnoseconds).
Displayshows“3:00*’
and‘*TIME”
3. T(mchSTART.
Displayshows
timecountingdown.
4, Whentimeisup,ovensign~ls,
flashes“IW.L”anddisplayshows
timeofday.
Time
The
‘Timer
canalso
beusedtoprograma
time
cooking
between
Thetimecanrangefromone.seccmd
(o99minutesand99seconds,A
holdingor
timemaybe
insomeofyourown
recipesor
Cooking
%)delay
—-.
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——
~
DEFI?OSTpad.
Thedisplayshows”:O*’and
“POWER3“ “ENTERLXX
TIME*’flashes.
Step3:Touchpads1,5.0andOfor
U
time.“i5:O0’*
appearson
is
setonpowerlevel3
butcanbe
bytouching
the
LEVELpadandthe
desiredpowerlevel.)
upto99
and99swxmds.
touch
1
ofTEMP
andenter
cooktimeortemp.ToMch
TIMERandenternumberof
todeiaycwking TouchSTART.
Timerwillcountdowntozeroand
cookingwillbegin.When
besurethat
proheisinfbodh#orepressing
START,
How
andTimeCook
Hold
Let’ssayyouwanttodefrostHffomn
casserolefor15
holdftlr
10
andthenTimeC%okf{}r
25mifj~tes.Here’showtOW it:
Step7:Touch2, !5,0 andOfor
~
twtmty-five
minutesofcookingtime.
*’COOK
TIME1“flashes,“25:00”
—
and“POWER10”appearondisplay. ——
Step6: WuchTIMECOOKi pad,
The
shows‘*:0“ m!
K).”“ENTERCOOK
TIME1“flushes.
—
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“DEFT
WE”
and‘*15:00”
countingdownshowon
display.Aseachfunctionis
performed,oven
displayshowsinstructions
entered
andthefunction.
Step9: Whentimeisup,the
ovensignals.flashes“End”and
shutsoff.
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QuestionsandAnswem
Q Whatwillhappenifl
aec~dentsliy
reversemydefrost,
holdandcook
A, TMovenwill
yourprogram.
willahays comefirsLthenhold,
andthenthe
function.
Q CanI defrostandhuldonly?
A. Y&i.
Sometimes
youmayonly
wanttodefrosta fd, holdit,and
cookitlater.M youneedtodois
inTimeDefrostand
oftlme.Thenprograma
holdingtime
insteps4
and5atMl).Besuretoputthe
thaweddishinthe
promptly.
PKYIW:
Letfbodsremainat room
temperature
eniym kmgassafe.
Timeswillvary.
myovenfor
QI
a speeifk
thnebutit
ddlwstedlongerthan
What
A. When
conflict,
theovencarriesoutthelast
Youmayhavesetthe
oventoDefrostfor4 minutes,
for2
m! then
Inthiscase,the
ovenwouldDefrostfor6
and
for2 rninutcst
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AutomaticCooking
TheAU’10COOKfeaturemaybe
usedtoeliminateyourneedtolook
upcookingtimeinthecookbookor
guesshowlongtosetcookingtime,
Byactuallysensingthesteam
thatescapesasfoodmicrowaves,
thisfeatureautomatically
adjusts
theoven’scookingtimetovarious
typesandamountsof~kd.
Becausemostcookingcontainers
mustbecoveredduringautomatic
cooking,thisfeatureisbestwith
foodsthatyouwanttosteamor
retainmoisture,Seepage15for
containers
andcovers
forttutorriatic
cooking.
Note:
Useofthewireshelfwith
Automatic
CoakingisNOI’
recommended.
EasytoUse
Fwds Recommended
Awidevarietyof’foodsincludingmeats,fishcasseroles.vegetables,
leftovers
andconvenience
foodscanbeAutoCooked.
F’oodd%t
Simplytouchthreecontrolpads–
AUK)(XXX,desiredCODE,and
START.
Theword“AUl13*’
appears
onthedisplayandthesensoris
activgtedtosensesteamfromfood.
Keep
DtInotopentheavendcmrwhile
!Ileword‘*ALlm’* is
fromIheovencan
steanlescaping
affectcooking
Mtlw
doorisopened.theword“ERROR**
appears.Closethedoorandtouch
START
Foodsthatmustbecooked
fbodsthatrequireconstantattention.
foodsthatrequireadditionof
duringcooking,andfoodscalling
fora drylookorcrispsurfaceaftercuokingshouldnotbeAutoCooked,Itis
besttoTimeCookthem,
12
AutomaticCO&@ Odes
Automatic
CookingCodes1
through9 aredesignedtogiveyou
easyautomaticresultswitha
numberoffoods.
CODE1,designedforreheating
foodsquickly,turnstheovenoff
automatically
assoonastfiesensor
detectssteamfromthef~s.
WhenCODES2 through9 are
selected,theovendetermineshow
muchadditionalcookingtimeis
neededaftersteamhasbeensensed,
automatically
switchestoTIME
COOK,signals,andtheword
*’AU’IO”
onthedisplayisreplaced
bycountdown
numbersindicating
remainingcookingtime.Whenthe
signalisheard,theovendoormay
beopenedforstirring,turningor
rotatingfbod.
Aguidebehindtheovendoorlists
cooking
codesforfrequently
pmparvd
freshor uncookedfoodsand
codesare
intherecipesandcookingguideon
pages16through23.
Example:
Codeslb SuitYourThste
Placecowed bod inoven.Touch
AUl13(XXXpad.“AUTO
COOK’*
appearsondisplayand
“ENTERCODE’*
flashes.
Touchnumberpadfordesiredcode.
“COOK’*
and*’CODE
2“ shows
and“START”flashes.Touch
START.
Bysimplyaddinga 1afterany
AU’R3
COOKcodenumberfrom2
through9,youcansettheovento
cookfor20%lesstimethanthe
codewouldregularlyprovide.
Forexample,ifCODE4 cooks
yourseafoodmoredonethanyou
likeit, setCODE41nexttimeand
you’llget20!%shortercookingtime.
U’youwanta longercookingtime
thanacodeprovides,adda 9 afkw
thecodes
Fortheseafbodintheexample
above,CODE49wouldprovide
20%longercookingtimethanthe
regularCODE4 wouldprovide.
IZXfUl@e:
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TouchAU’N3
COOKpad.%U’ID
(XXX”isdisplayedand**INTER
CODE”’flashes’
Word*’AUK3**
showson
s@arnsensoris
Do NC71’OPEN
DOOR.
DOORMAYAFFEX2T
CXXWNG
Touchnumberpads4 and1inthat
order,‘*COOK”
and*’CODE4°
medisplayedand“START”
flashes.
TouchSTART.“AU’KI
COOK**
and“CODE2’*showondisplay.
DONOI’OPENDOORuntilfirst
ovensignal,thenrotate.dish1/2
turnif’
Closedaorand
touchSTARTtofinish
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Questions&Answers
c1
cutoffaftertheAutocyclewhen
usingAutoCookControlcode1
whenitdoesnotfmotherse@n#P
A. Whenusingcode1,thereisno”
secondphaseofminutescounting
down.Allthecookingiscompleted
inthefirstphaseor Auto.
Q. It’myfoodisnotcompletely
cooked~fterusingthesuggested
code,whatshouldI do?
A. UseTimeCooklandpowr
hweljOfora fewminutesuntil
completion.
(JJ
require
a standingperiodafter
cookhqwithAutoCook?
A. Mostvegetables
arecookedto
a crispstateduringAutoCook,
justasinregular
Therefore,it isrecommended
that
youletthevegetables
standforup
to5 minutes
cmsizeand
densityofpieces.This
timeakwenhancestheovcml]
flavorandappearanceofmost
vegetables.
Q. What Ml don%
fullymverthe
dishinAutoCook?
A. Ovensensessteamtooquickly
which~hwtensthecookingtime
thw
fbod.
(MvertightlyandresetAutoCook.
Q. I)otheshapeimdsizesof
fd makea differencewhen
usingAutoCook?
A, Yes,insomecases,larger
pieceswillrequireadditional
timecooking.Besuretocheck
suggested
arrangement
ofpiecesin
thedish,sinceproperarrangement
isoftena successfultipinregular
microwavir6ge
Q Dofreahm%rozen
vegetabls
requirewaterwhenusingAuto
-k?
A. Ym.Addwateras
m guidetothe
iwd
coverwellforeven,complete
cooking.
Q Should1useAutoCmkto
cookpuddinga’ sauces?
A. Mostpuddingandsaucerecipes
requirestirringmanytimesduring
cooking;therefore,llme Cookis
QbMyscdiopedpoWoeswere
notcompletely
cookedwhen1
removedthedishafterAuto
Cook.Whatiswrong?
A. Myouprepared
thesauceinthe
owmpriorto
thesauce
withpotatoes,theremayhavebeen
toomtmh
moisturein
theoven.Makesureyoudrythe
ovencompletely
beforeusingAuto
cooksincethis
operates
properlyby
intlw
oven.Also,
AutoCook
withhotfoodscreatessteaminthe
oventoosoon,and
the
first
cycle.
Q.
otherfoods
whichSr@
bestTimeCOoked$
ratherthanAuto
A. Bakeryfoods,
nteked
chomhe andfoodswhereadryor
crispw&ce isdesirable,arecooked
bestb. TimeCook,
M
Q.Wouldmyplastic
withverytightfittingMs be
appropriate
forAutoCook?
A. No,mosttypesofplastic
storagedishes,buttertubs,etc
withtightfittinglidsarenot
recommended
formicrowaving.
Alsotightfittingplasticlidsmay
preventadequatesteamfrom
escapingandfoodmaynotcook
properlyduringAutoCook.
Q 1triedtowarmsoxnechow
meinnoodk usingAutoCook.
Whydidn’tthiswork?
A. Fbodmusthavesomemoisture
inordertocreatesteamwhich
helpstheautosensorfkmction.
Extremelydryfds suchaschow
meinnoodles,potatochipsand
othersuchfbodsdonothave
enoughmoisture.
Q MayI useAutoCookwhenI
amcookingmanyf- inmore
thanMMdishorcasserole?
A. No,
fbod
densities,attentionneededduring
cooking,andfbodamounts,it is
besttouseTimeCookwhen
cookingmanyfoods.
e
9
CookingContainers&Covers
Containersandcovers
Appropriate
containers
andcoverings
helpassuregoodcookingresults.
QAl~ys usemicrowave-safe
containers
andcoverthemwith
lids,waxpaperorpbstk wrap.
Wonderifit’smicrowave
safe?Put
ittothetestdescribedinyour
cookbook.
@Neverusetight-sealing
plastic
covem—they
~anpreventsteam
fromescapingandcausefoodto
overcook.
● Ma~h theamolj~toff~
@
thesizeofthecontainer.FM!
containersatleasthalffull.
c ~ $~~ t~~~u~ideofthe
cookingcontainerandtheMde
oftherniermvave
overtaredry
beforeplacingfoodintheoven.
Beadsofmoistureturninginto
steamcanmisleadthesensor.
@$tir or r~@te~me f- ~r
a beepingsignal.See
C@kingCalm Gtddeand*p@
onthe
pages.
Usemicrowavewwfe
casserolesor
bowlsforentreesandvegetables.
Iflidswe
Coverwithlidsthatfit.
notwaiiable,useplasticwrapor
waxpaper.Plasticwrapshouldbe
looseoverhodtoallowfbrexpanskm.
sealbypressingplasticwrap-firmly
aroumiedges.
Forfrozenentreesinpaperboard
mayfromboxbutdo
notremovefilmovertray.Thick
maytake
torook-seeguideonpage16.
Forfrozenfbodsinmetaltrays,
removefoilcoveringandbaked
reinserttrayintoboxand
doseendsofbox.
nays,
Useoblongor squarecontainersfor
chickenorcornonthecob.Plastic
wrapcoveringshouldbe100W
over
fd toallowforexpansion.Sealby
pressingplasticwrapfirmlyaround
edges.
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usedfbrThe andTemperature
Cookingand
do notuse
themwithaWom*ticcooking.
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Usefnicrmvave-stie
platesorbowls
fixmheathg.Coverwithplastic
wrapof wax paper*
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vegetables
with
sauce,Cooihot
It’theyarermtcool,llseTWfE
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casserole
cook
M&rovensignals.
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1s
CookingControlGuide
c Donotopenovendoorduring
Autocycle.Doormaybeopened
afterovimbeepsandthecountdown
time is displayed.
● Matchtheamount
offd
tothesizeofthecontainer.Fill
containersat least 1/2full.
s Add1/4-1/2
cupwatertofresh
vegetables.
o Mostfoodsshouldbecovered
withlid,waxpaperor plasticwrap
topreventspatteringtokeepoven
clean.Spareribs,potroastsand
meatloafshouldbecoveredtightly
toensureevencooking.
0Besureoutsideofcontainerand
insideofovenaredry.
oIf foodneedsadditionalcooking.
returnto ovenanduscAutoCook
codei.
● Adda “1” or “9”tocodenumber
toadjustcooktimestosuityour
individualtastes.Seepage13.
@UseofAutomatic
Cooking
f@ature
withwire shelfisnot
recommended.
MYIll:(3venwiJlnotacceptAutoCookcodeifthemm ishot.Youmustcooltheovenbeforeusing
AutoCmRk
Oryoumaychoosetousetimeor
microwave
cooking.
Food
AutoCook
code cmttahtw
cannedFoods
Thinhodssuchas
Wup,broth,fJrfiVy.
Approx.‘Time
2-3 minckmp Coverwithlid todishor waxpaper.
containermatched
m
si7@
of food.
Thickfoodssuchas
cannedravioli,
chunkySOUfEi,beef
stew,211canned
vegetables.
4 min./cup
Coverwithlid todishor waxpaper.
L4#tovm
4 nlirL/cup
Coverwithlid todishor waxpaper.
840min.
5
s
840min$
3
Iffod {m is nomore{han
M4’’deep,
?oilto . returntoori inalboxand
remove
reclo.se
box.1FtrayismoretI an 1“deep.
removefoodand lacein
dishandcover.1r dinnerisin paperboard
contairmr,
removefromboxandcookin
originalcontainer.
H’dinner
hasGakeorbrownies.
remove
beforemokin. Whenowwsignals,rotate
trayordishUi turn.
4
5
2-3 qt.caswdc with
lid todish,
6
25-40min$
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AutoCook
Code
Apptoox.
Time
Container
Comments
MeatsandSeaf@
Chickenpieces(tJpto3 lbs.)
6
Fishfillets(1 lb.)
5
Meatioaf(lfi Ibs.)
8
Hamburgerpatties(4-5)
3
%usagep
attics(ll b.)
6
fk)rkchqx~(+l’’thick)
8
12x8 x Z-in.glass
dish
12x8 x 2-in. glass
dish
9-in, pieplate
12x8x2-inzglt3W
dish
12x8x2-in* glass
dish
8-20min.
6-9 min.
25-30min.
Coverwithwaxpapertoprevent
spatters.
Coverwithwaxpapertoprevent
spmerso
Cmertightiywhhplasticwrap
tocookevwtlyf
7-9min.
ovensignals,mtatedishl/2tum,
7e9min,
l/2tum.
12x8x24n,glass XKMnin,
dish
Spareribs(upto31bs,)
7
i3x9x2-in. glass
dish
lhn30min<
lhn45min,
ends.wurelyunderdish?
Cmertightiywhhplasticwmp
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signals,rearrange
ribs.
Swisssttwk[l%lbs.)
‘?
7
!$hrimp
(upw I lb.)
?&
3qLcasserole
withlid
13x9x2-in.@iss
dish
P4+(,glassdish
60-65min.
——
65=90min.
1:
!/2
4=6min.
Covertightlytoensureeven
mmking.
Folkwvinstructions
cmrice
package.
Follow
instructions
onrice
package.
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WMlM
Rice
Regular.raw.! cup
6
2“qLcasserole
withiid
21=2$min.
Instant,1L%lp
~
2mqLcasserole
withlid
5=$min.
I;rwh
wdiaS(XNXIOIS,
wtich{jkm
4
2“q!,ctmse!w!e
withlid
10=15
min.
Add1/4to 1/2cupwater,
Bakingpotatoes
2-4
6
None
&46 mint
Piercewi!hforkandplaceon
ovenfloorina circular
P’rfmm
hiock
suchw peas.
green
wan%..@nach.broccoli
lima beam
*?
:aulifiowwr.
broccoli,brussek
yxwuis[1 lb.)
~;rozcn
pouchsuchasbroccoliin
:hecseSXUCC.
cnm, pca~
3
3
onnumber
840 min.
Add2
1%+ GW#3Wk
1243min.
Add1/4cupwater.
Lilypouchon
7-9mini
Make1“slitinpouch.Stirwell
beforeservirtgt
12=14
rein,
Coreappleswtdfill wi~hbutter
andbrownsugar.
.
1%-q,
withlid
withlid
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water.
dish.
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2+jt, casserole
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AutomaticCookingMeatsandMainDishes
HowtoAdaptMicrowave
CasseroleRecipes
Formeatandfishloavesuse
eithertheroundor loafmicrowavesafecontainers.Fishloavesmade
with precooked
orcannedfishuse
AutoCookcode4,Beefloafuses
AutoCookcode&Coverwith
plasticwrap,
Chickenbreastsandpieces,or
turkeypartsshouldbeplacedina
microwave-safe
squareoroblong
dish.Coverwithwaxpaper.If
bagisusedforwhole
shieldbreastbonewith
~malistripof ft>i),Mierowm
usingAtItoCookW&6,
Fishfillets,wholefishorseafood
shouldbeinsinglelayer
inflatpieplateoroblongdishtofit.
Coverwithplasticwrapor wax
paper.UseAutoCookcode5 for
filletsandAutoCookcode2 for
seafd pieces.
pieces
Chuckroastsshould be placed in
a
dishwith1/2cup
waler.Coverwithplasticwrap.
ventingonecorner.UseAuto
Co?kcode7*
Toadaptyourcasserolerecipesfor
Automatic
Cooking.
1: Selectrecipesthatdonot
requireaddingingredients
at
differentstagesduringcocddngor
recipesthatrequireextraattention,
stirringorrotating.
2: Usemicr-ve-safe eonhiners”
thatare
insizetothe
foodamount.Use3-qt.containers
or smaller.
& Forsaucycasseroles,cover
withlidor waxpaper(no
vents),Forcheeseor
casseroles,removecoverafterown
signalsandaddtopping,then
continuecookinguncovered.
4: Allowprecookedingredients
or hotsaucestoaml slightlybefore
addingother
5: Meatsand
be
inliquid.
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MeatorMainDishRecipes
MexicanMeatball
Casserole
AutoCookCode6
Approx.CookingTime-27min.
Makes6 to8 Servings
1lb.groundchuck
1/2cupdrybreadcrumbs
1/8teaspoonpepper
1/2teaspoonsalt
1teaspoonchilipowder
3 tablespoons
drymincedonions
legg
3 tablespoons
ketchup
1/2cupinstantrice
1can(UPAoz.)kidneybeans,
undrained
1can(141402.)
choppedand
1
chilipowder
Inlarge mixingbowl,placemeat,
breadcrumbs,pepper,salt,chili
powder,onion,eggandketchup.
Mixwellandforminto12balls.
Arrangeballsina circlein2-qt.
casserole,Setaside.
Insmfill
bowl,placerice.
bans,
andchilipowder.
Mixwellandpourincenterof
casseroleandovermeatballs.
Cover.
cmAutoCook
code6.
Thrt Franks
AutoCookCode2
Approx.
Time-Mmin.
Makesabout80horsd’oeuvrmi
i jar (10wa.)currantjelly
1@(6 az.)prqw=edmustard
2 M.
M into
l-in.pieces
[n3-ql.cusscrole,stir
arid
untilWCII
blended,
Add
stirringtocoai
eachpiece.Cover.
on
AutoCookcode2. WtJenoven
signals,stir
ChickenTeriyaki
~CC!
AutoCookCode9
Approx,CookingTime-32min.
Makes4 Servings
1/4cupsoysauce
1/3cuphoney
1/3cuporangejuice
1wholechicken{about3 lbs.)
1tablespoon
water
2 tablespoons
cornstarch
Insmallcookingbag,mixsoy
sauce,hmwyandorangejuice.Add
chickentobagandtiewithplastic
tie.‘llhmchickenonitssidein
12x 8 x 2-in.dish,
1
houroneachside,Placebirdbreast
sideupindish.Sashbagnear
closure.MicrwavcanAutoCook
code9.Whenovensignals,remove
chickenandprepare‘Iisriyaki
sauce.In k=pt.
glassmeasuring
cup,
stir
waterandcornstarch.
Cutoffonecomerofcookingbag
withscissorsanddrainjuicesinto
cup.
atHigh(10)2
Removechickenfrombag
iK9serving platter,Poursauceover
justbefore
AutoCookCode9
Approx.Cookingl%ne-25min.
Makes6 Servings
1can(10%oz.)condensed
creamofrnusiwoom
soup
l-1/4cupsmilk(1soupcanfull)
3/4cupinstantrice
1can(402.)mushrooms,
s~msandpieces$drained
1pkg.(g%02.)dryonion
soupmix
1cutupchick~n(about3 Ibs.)
Insmallmixing bowl, mix soup
andmilk;reserve1/2cupofthe
mixture.Blend
soup
mixture,rice,mushrooms
andhaif
oftheonionsoupmix’Pourintoa
12x 8 X 2-in.glassdish.
Placechickenpiecesonrice
mixture,arrangingwithmeatiest
piecesto
ofdish.Pour
reservedsoupmixtureoverchicken
andsprinklewith
soup
mix,Coverwithwaxpaperand
tuckSeClll’dy
Undt?r
dish.
onAutoCookcode9.
M
Ham Loaf
AutoCO&Code8
Approx.Clinking
Time--36mine
Makes
i lb.grwndcookedham
1/2lb.groundfreshpm%
1/2eup$ofth“ead
112@apwater
2
minced
onion
1/4
pepper
Mixground hamandpork
withcrumbs+
water,
onionandpepper.Moldintoflat
loafin9-in.pieplate,Coverwith
plasticwrap.
an Auto
C{N)k
code84
—SWksbk
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AutoCookCode7
—
Approx.COOidng
‘l%ne=-65
min. Makes6ServhBgs
—–
-—1-1/2lbs.roundsteak,l/24n.
—
—
thick9tenderized
or
poundedwithmeatmdiet
M4cupflour
l“i/2 teaspoonssalt
1/8teaspoonpepper
1mediumonion,skwdthin
1can(14%02,)tomatoes
CM meatin6 piece~andcoatwith
mixtureofflour,wdtandpepper.
Placein3-qtccasserole.Cover
withonion,Breakup
withforkandpourovertop,(lXwer.
Microwave
m AutoCookcode7.
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CookingVietables
FreshorCannedVegetables
Wholeorlargehaivesof
vegetables
suchascauliflower
or
squashUSCAutoCOOk
COde
4. W$e
roundor squarecontainerdose to
SiZeofvegetable.
Add\/~CUP
water,Coverwithlidor plastic
wrap.
Piecesor dicesOfvegaabks
require1/4to 1/2cupofwater.use
sizecovered
Micrmwtve
onAutoCookcode4.
Dryroot
likecarrots
mayneedtoh stirredafteroven
signalsandtime
appears
ondisplay.Re-cawer
andtouch
STARTtofinishcooking.
vegetables
shcdd
beplacedinround
container~imilarinsizetoamount
beingcooked@leasthalffull).
Microwave
onAutoCookcode2.
Stirbeforeserving.
FrozenVegetables
20
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Recipes
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StirFryVkgetabks
CornPudding
GreenRice
AutoCookCode31
Approx.CookingTirne-12min.
Makes4 Servings
1tablespoonoil
AutoCookCode3
Approx.CookingTirne-=12
min.
Makes4 Servings
legg
1/2cupmilk
1tablespoon
sugar
1can(16oz.)cream-style
corn
3/4CUp CI’U$iWd crackers
2 tablespoon
butter,aut
AutoCookCode6
Approx.CookingTime-16min.
Makes44 servings
1pkg.(10oz.)frozen
choppedspinach,thawed
andwelldrdned
1-1/2cupscookedrice
l/4cup butter,melted
V4~upfinelychoppedonion
1-1/3CUpS milk
1egg,beaten
1/2teaspoonsalt
1@up
shreddedcheddar
~heese
lb cookedrice,addspinach,
bumw,onion,milk,egg,saltand
cheese.Mixwell.CbVerand
microwave
onAtttoCookcode6.
Letstand5 minutes,covered,
beforeserving.
1@blespoonsoft butter
3 mediumonions,quartered
1smallgreenpepper,
cut in Win. widestrips
2 cups thinly-slicedcabbage
2/3 cup carrots,slicedin thin
diagonalslices
1/4cup slicedgreenonions
1cup broccolifimwxwts
i cup
fiowwets
2 stalkscelery,sliced
diagonally
‘IIJssvegetableswithoilandbutter
in 2-qt.
cassfxok%
Cover.Microwave
onAutoCook
code31,stirringWCII
whenoven
signalsandtime
appears
on display,fkrve
~
SummerGardenMew
in pieces
paprika
Placeeggin 1%-qt.casseroleand
beatwellwithfork,Stirinmilk,
sugar,corn. crackersandbutter,
cover.MhX’owave
onAutocook
code3,Whendone,centerwillbe
justbarelyset’Sprinldewith
paprikabeforeserving.
EggplantBaiiaml
AutoCoQk(M&5
Approx.CookingTirne-1$min.
Mskes4 to6 servings
AutoCookCOdefi
Approx.
Time–-.%$
min.
Makes6 to8 Servings
AutaCookCode5
Approx.CookingTime--23min.
M*kes4 to6
1@’aspooll
salt
2
diced
U4cuponi6n,&q@ed
1/4cupbutter,melted
V4teaqsoonpepper
1/4teaspoonbasil
Ctlbd
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~1eupsourcream
$ ~ri~c~pl~ cooked,
=
crumbledbacon
In2-qt.glassdish,mixtogetherall
using 1/2
bacon.Sprinkletopwith
bacon.Cover.
onAuto
Cookcode5.
21
CookingFruitsandDesserts
Fruits
PineappleCasseroleisatangy
dessertormeataccompaniment,
in 12X 8 X 2-in.dish,spread
2cans(20oz.ea.)drainedpineapple
chunks,1cupsugarand1/2cup
flour.Topwithmixtureaf2 cups
crackercrumbs
and1/2cupmeltedbutter.Cover
withwaxpaperandcookon Auto
BakedApplesautomatic cook
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shouldbestirredwellbefore
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especiallyifsugaris
added,Cover;useAutoCookcode
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signalsandtimeappearscmdisplay.
TouchSTART
andfinishcooking.
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Cornbread:
Distribute1/2cup
choppedcrispfriedbaconand
1tablespoonParmesancheesein
greased$-in.roundglassdish.
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dish1/2turn.Letstand15minutes
beforeinvertingtocool.
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1/4cupmelted
MMi1/2cup
brow sugarinfl=in,roundglass
dish,
1/2cup
with
and
nutsifdesired.
1can@ OZ,)
biscuits
edgesandplace
glass,openendup,in
center,Coverwithplasticwrap.
onAutoCookcode3,
invertontoservingplate,letting
dishstandoverringa fewminutes
bdbreremoving.
22
(8-M?
oz.)cornbread
mixover’
above
ingredients.
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cmAutoCookcode3.
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DessertRecipes
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MexicanBreadPudding
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AutoCookCode69
Approx.Cooking‘llme--l$min.
Makes1[l&in.)TubeCake
1pkg.(2-layersize)Devil%
Foodcakemix
3eggs
1/2cupcookingoil
1-1/3cupswater
1/4cupfinelychoppedpecans
Inlargebowl,placecakemix,
eggs,oilandwater.Followpackage
recommendations
formixerspeed
andtime,
Lightlygreasea [6-cupplas~ic
microwave
flutedor
ringmold.SprinkleGhopped
nuts
evenlyoverbottom.Pourbatter
overnuts
Coverwithwaxpapertuckedunder
dishandmicrowave
onAutoCook
code69,Whenovensignals,rotate
dish1/2turn.Letstandindish5
minutesbeforeinverting.
AutoCookCode59
Approx.Cooking‘1’ime-13
min.
Makesabout6 servings
4cupsbreadcubes,lightly
packedintocup
1/2cupbruwmsugar
1/2teaspooncinnamon
l/4&aspuonsalt
1/2cupraisins
V4cupchoppedwalnuts
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Makes6 to$ Servings
a/4cupslh?red ahnorids
1/4cupJackcheese,cdzwd
1/2choppedJlppk(3/4to1cup)
l-3/4cupsmilk
1/4cupbutter
2eggs,beaten
Spreadbreadcubesevenlyin
8-inchrounddish.Mixsugar,
salt,raisins,walnuts,
almonds,cheeseandapple
together.Sprinkleevenlyover
breadcubes.
Measuremilkintoi-qt.
~upeAddbut~r.Miaowaveat
High{10)4 minutes,untilbutteris
melted.Rapidlystirineggswitha
forkaridmixwell.pouroverbread
Coverwithwaxpaper.
onAutoCookcode59,
In$in. squaredish. spread pie
filling.
Insmallbowl,mixtogethercalw
mix,butter.nuts.and
untilcrumbly.f$pririkleevenly
overcherriesor in three rowsso
cherriesare visible.Coverwith
wax paptxandtuck underdish.
onAutoCookcode3,
.
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PineappleUpside
DownCake
AutoCookCode69
Approx.CookingTime-8 min.
Makes1(8”in.round)Cake
1/4cupbutter
1/3cupbrownsugar
1can(84/402.]pineapple
slices
4
or candied
cherries,cutinhalf
3/4cupall=pur~ flour
1/2cupsugar
1-1/2teaspoonsbakingpowder
l/4teaspoonsalt
l/4cup softshortening
h!gg
1/3cupliquidkm pineapple
3/4teaspoonvaniiiaextract
Inf!-in.rounddishplacebutter.
Microwawat High(10)1minute
untilmelted.Sprinklesugarover
butter,Drainpineapple(save
liquid)onpapertowelsandarrange
indish,Decoratewithcherries,
Place a glass,opensideup,in
centerot’dish.
Insmallmixerbowl.placeflour,
sugar,bakingpowder,salt,
shortening,
egg,liquidandvanilia,
Beat3minutesonlowestmixer
speed,scrapingbowi
first1/2minute.
spread
batteroverfruitindish,Coverwith
plasticwrap,Microwave
onAuto
cookCode69*
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whichusesa
singlepowerlevel,AutoRoast
usesupto3 powersethgs which
automatically
switchduring
roasting,thusproviding
even,
tendercookingresuitswithout
overcooking.
Justasinconventional
roasting,
onlytenderroastsshouldbeAuto
Roasteduntilspecifiedinternal
temperatures
arereached,Less
tenderroastsshouldbemicrowaved
bytime,accordingtothecookbook
whichcomeswithyouroven.
2, At90°F.,displayswitchesto
showmeat’sinternaltemperature.
Porkorhamroastsneednotrivet.
Add1/2cupwatertoroastdishand
coverwithplasticwmp.
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PreparingRoastsfor
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Placemeat
inovenwithprobeto
theright.Insertcableendofprobe
3.Aftera pre-prograrnmed
temperature
isreached,depending
onthecodeyouselected,oven
flashes“TURN”andbeeps4 times.
Openthedoorandturnthemeatover.
Theprobemaybedisconnected
for
easieraccesstothemeatwithout
theprogram.
(Remember
tore=inwttheDrube.)
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fifrnl~ into receptfde on ovefi wall.
HW
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Beefto
1,
AUK) ROAST
pad.
‘*AUTO*’ appearsondisplayand
4. ClosedoorandtouchSTART.
Thetemperature
willmtwmon
di~phy.Ovenmonitorsinternal
fbodtemperature;
switchingtolowerpowerasmeat’s
rises, ‘I’his
helps
prevent toughening
or
“ENTERcoDEe’flwhx$.Touch
numberpad2$“CODE2“ appears
cm
and“START*’
fltishes,
‘Touch
START.Displayshows
and“CODE21’
S Afterfindtempmtw isreached,
ovenswitchesta Hoidtempfbrup
to 1hour,thenshutsoff+
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Usecontainersandcoveringsasdirectedatleft.Placeprobecorrectlyinroastbeforecooking.
● Whenovenbeepsandflashes“TURN;’
turnmeatover.
● Recommended
codesarealsoshowninsideovenonAutoRoastGuide.
●
Final
Food
Beef’
Temp
code
TenderRoast
Rare
Medium
Weil
Pork
LoinRoast
PrecookedHam
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5-1o
1
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3
10-15
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1
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5-10
30
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TurkeyBreast
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175”
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frozenmeatfrom
packageandplaceinmicrowavesafedish.Placeinovenandclose
doors
Automatic
Defrosting
WiththeAutoDefiwstf~ture,
themm @mnaticdy setsthe
defrostingtimearidpowerIevefs
foryou.Youchoosetheappropriate
codenumberfrom1to6 forthe
fd youaredefrosting,thenenter
thefbodweightinpouti: andtenths
ofa pound(SeeConversion
Guide
below)andtouchSTART.
Theoven
calculatesthedefrostingtimeand
changespowerlevelsduring
defrostingtogiveevendefrosting
results.
halfofthetotal
time,the
displayflashes“TURN~’
telling
youtoturnfd overandwillnot
continuedefrostinguntildooris
openedandSTARTistouched
again.
Afterdefrostingtimeiscomplete,
theovenautomatically
goesintoa
periodasshownonthe
Automatic
Guideon
thispage.Thisholdingperiodis
necessarytofinishthe
oftheinteriorofthefbod.
Step2:TWdIAutoRefmstpad.
“ENTERCXN3E”
‘KXXX3
4“and“LBS.”showsondisplay.
“ENTERWEIGHT”flashes.
Iftheweightisstatedinpou@t
andounces,theouncesmustbe
eonvwtedtotenths(.1)ofa pound.
NOTE Beforeyoubegin,check
codeguidelocated
theAuto
you
atthe
oftheovenWh6Nl
and
$&$wS
hod
foreachcodenumber.
M willneedmknowyourfbod
and
code
before
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If ‘Y%MKX?” sfter
bud weight,checkthe
AutoDefrostcodeguidetomake
surethatweight
tothe
codenumberentered.
$tep8:Whendefrostingtimeis
completed,ovenautomatically
switchestoa Holdperiodof20
minutesforcode4.Holdtime
countingdownshowsondisplay,
Whenholdingtimeisfinishedoven
signals,“l!n~”
andoven
turnsd?’.
Conversion
Guide
HowtoSetAutoDefti
Oper)thedoor.TM
Step6:When1/2thedefrosting
timeiscompleted,theovensignals
and“TURN”flashesondisplay
insteadoftimecountingdown.
Opendoorandturnpackageover.
Step7:Closedoorandtouchthe
S%ARTpad.
Di@ay
defrostingtimecountingdown.
St~p5: TouchSTARTpad.Defrost
timebegins
downon
display.
fwne
none
nf)w
20min.
20min.
none
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Theexhausthood fwtureonyour
microwave
ovenisequippedwith
twometalfilterswhichcollect
grease.Whenthefanisoperated,
airisdrawnupthroughthefilters
andisthendischargedthroughthe
ventingtotheoutside.
Thehoodalsohasa lightfor
thecounterspace.
WhenNIGHTLK3HTpadis
touched,thehoodlightOpt%%itf2S
ata lowerintensityforuseasa
nightlight.
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ofthe
‘=.
‘h cleangreasefilter,sink, then
agitatefilterinhotdetergent
solution.Don’tuseammoniaor
otheralkalibwxtuseit willdarken
metal.Lightbrushingcanbeused
toremoveembeddeddirt,Rinse,
shakeandremovemoisturebefore
replacing.Filtersshouldbe
cleanedatleastoncea month.
Neveroperateyourhoodwithout
thefikeminpiace.Insituations
whereflamingmightoccurcm
surfhcesbelowthehood,thefilters
willretardtheentryofflamesinto
theunit.
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CareandCleaning
Yournewmicrwwave
ovenis
a valuableappliance.Protect
itfrommisusebyfollowing
theserules:
* Keepyourovencleanand
Openingtheoven
sweet=smeUhqge
doora fewminutesatlercooking
helpsair-outtheinterior.An
occasionalthoroughwipingwitha
solutionofbakingsodaandwater
keepstheinteriorfresh.
● Don’tusesharp-edgedutensils
withyouroven. Theinsideand
outsideovenwallscanbescratched,
Thecontrolpanelcanbedamaged.
g ih’t mmovt? the modestirrer
thetopof’theoven
covertit
(’microwwe
feature6 onpage5).
Youwiiidamagetheoven.
BECERXANU
POWER1SOFF
CLEANING
ANY
PARTOFTHISOVEN.
Hw
toCleanthe hide
Wdls$flow aridmodestirrer
cover.Smncspatterscanbe
removedwitha papertowel.others
mayrequirea dmnpcloth,Rcmove
greasys~att~r$
witha sudsy gioth,
then rinsewithadampcloth.Donot
useabrasivecleanersonovenwalls,
NEVERUSEA
OVENCLEANERONANYPART
OFYOUR
OVEN.
Door(inside).Window:Wipe
upspattersdailyandwashwhen
soiledwitha dampcloth.Rinse
thoroughly
anddry.
Metalandplasticpartsondoor:
Wipefrequentlywitha damp
clothtoremoveallsoil.IX)N(YT
USEABRASIVES,
SUCHAS
CLEANING
POWDERS
OR
STEELANDPLASTICPADS.
THEYWILLMARTHE
SURFACE.
Speeiitlnotewhenusing
Brown‘NSearDish: Ifgrease
ispresent,highheatgeneratedon
bottomofa Brown‘NSeardish
maycausethegreasetoburnonto
theovenfloor,TM mayberemoved
witha chxmsersuchasBonAmi@
brandcleanser.
Afterusingthiscleanser,rinse
anddrythoroughly,
following
instructions
onam. Donotuseit
onthepaintedsurfacessuchasthe
walls—-it
mayscratchthepainf,
Temperature
Probe.
Probeissturdy,butcareshouldbe
takeninhandling.Donottwistor
bend:avoid
temperatu~
probe,
(Manassoonafterusingaspossible.
Todean,wipewithmdsycloth,then
rublightlywithplasticscouring
ball
Rinseanddry.
(@’w%hin
Shelf
Yoursheif
isdesignedforwe ina
ovenonly:donotusein
a
oven.Donutuse8
dishwiththeshelf,
Arcingcouldoccur,
Cleanshelfwithmildsoapand
wateror i~thedishwasher,
Donot
cleanin a
oven.
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Howb CleantheOutside
Case.Cleantheoutsideofyour
ovenwithsoapanddampcloth,
rinsewithadampclothandthen
dry.Wipethewindowcleanwitha
dampcloth.Chrometrimisbest
wipedwitha dampclothandthen
witha drytowel.
ControlPanel.Wipewitha damp
cloth.Drythoroughly.
Donotuse
cleaningsprays,largeamountsof
soapandwater,abrasives,or sharp
objectsonthepanel—-they
can
*
damage it,
DoorSurface.Whencleaning
surfacesofdoorandoventhat
cometogetheronclosingthedoor,
useonlymild,non-abrasive
soaps
ordetergentsappliedwitha sponge
or softcloth.
BowerCord.1fthecordbecomes
soiled,unplugandwashwithdamp
cloth.Forstubbornspots,sudsy
watermaybeused.butbecertain
torinsewitha dampclothanddry
thoroughlybefore
cord
e
intooutlet.
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Light
Toreplacecombination
tmoktop
light/nightlight,firstdkwonnect
powerat mainfuseor circuit
breakerpanelor pullplug.
Withsmoke&spattershieldin
the(MJTposition,removescrew
onrightsideoflight
coverandlowercoveruntilitstops.
oven Light
GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS —-
Toreplaceyourovenlight,first
~We8’ @ main k?
dkictmneet
orpullplug,
or circuitbreaker
Removethetopgrillbytakingout
3screwsthatholditinplace.
Thisappliancemustbegrounded.
Intheeventofanelectricalshort
circuit,groundingreducestherisk
ofelectricshockbyprovidingan
escapewirefortheelectriccurrent.
Thisappiianceisequippedwitha
powercordhavinga grounding
wirewitha
plug.The
plugmustbepluggedintoanoutlet
thatisproperlyinstalledand
(Fig.1)
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P&M,
thesinglescrew
locatedabovedoornearcenterof
oventhatsecureslighthousing,
Replace
bulbwith8
Xl-wattGEbulb
fromyourGEsupplier,
clean Oftttle&aw?iindduston
hoodsurfacesoften.Usea warm
detergentsolution,About 1
maybe
Mk%poorl of
addedtothe wwerprovidingitdoes
nottouchthefilterscwenameled
surfacesbecauseammoniatends
todarkenmetal.Washthesmoke
&spattershieldwitha warm
solution.
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ConsultQqualifiedelectricianor
servicetechnicianifthegrounding
arenotcompletely
or ifdoubtexistsasto
whether[he
isproperly
Wherea
two-prong
wall
receptacleisencountered,
it is
yourpersonal
and
tohaveitreplacedwith
a properlygroundedthree-prong
wallreceptacle.
Donotunderanychwumstince
cutorremovethethird
prongfromthepowercord.
Donotmeanadapterplugwith
thisappliance.
Donotusean
cordwkh
thisq@hmce.
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not @r~ or c~k with ~~@~
shelfon floorof oven.Pro&@
o~
ciamage
mayresult.
. U* potholdemwhenhanding
metalshelfandcookware.
Theymaybehot.
9~ not~~reor~ mi~~~ve
browning
dishonmetaishelf.
. UseofshelfwithA~@mati~
Cookingisnotrecommended.
Cookwm’efm
shelf
Shelf
HeatingandReheating
Bebre placing fbodinthedishes,
checktoseethattheywillfittogether
onorundertheshelf.Also,besure
cookwareismicrowave
safe.
The twopositionwireshelfis
specifically
designedforadded
capacityheatingand
in
your
awn
lklorcthanonefd mayk heated
orreheatedandreadytoserveat
thesametime.
Whenmicrowaving
withtheuven
shelf,sometechniqueswilldiffer
fromthecookbookwhichcame
.
withyouroven,Itisimportantto
arrangefds properly,andthisis
shownonthenextpage.Cookware
sizeis
; selectfrom
amongthe
atright.
AM, fd sizeshotddbe
considered;fds ovw=3
%inches
high,or3poundsarenot
forshelf
6
:
Cookware
include1eup
cup,
8x4x3-inch
9x5x3inchloafdishesor9-inchpieplates.
Toinsertshelf,tipthebackslightly
andfittheshelfsupportguidesonto
thesupportguideslocatedoneach
sideofrearovenwall.
Next,lowerthefrontuntiltheshelf
supportguidesfitontothesupport
guideslocatedateachsideofthe
oveninthefront.
positioned,theshelf
should-fit
snugl~inplace.
Useinlow
positionwhenheatingtwocasseroles
orreheatingfrozenTVdinnemor
entrees.
Thehigh
moreeverdy
spacestheareaaboveandbelowthe
shelf.Usethispositionforheating
Whenproperlypositioned,the
shelfshouldfit
inplace.
belevelandnottouchtheback
walloftheoven,
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Of ,
TwoplatesofleftoversMaybe
reheatedtogether.Arrangethick
ordensefds tooutsideedgesof
plateandcoverwithplasticwrap.
Microwave
at High(Kl)for 2 to 3
minutes.Reversepositiond’plates
(tOPto ~tt~m~and rotate1/2turn.
atHigh(10)
Continue
for2(0 3minutes.Continue
heating,ifnecessary,untilhot.
Reheatingtwocasseroks (height
shouldbelessthan3%inches)is
possible.Coverwithplasticwrap.
Usestaggered
of
food,placingfd onrightsideof
sheifandIefisideoffloor,Referto
Heatingor
Chidein
cookbookforsuggested
timeper
andaddthe
timestogether.Microwave
at High
00)
positionoffds (top
to
afterhalfoftime.Also,
heatMN(X%1
sma]lbowisof
leftovers
thisway,stirringand
reversing
positionsafierhalfoftime.
Twofrozenindividual
entrees
(5tO7 OZ.each)ortwoTVdinmm
(loto~ OZ,etwh)areboth-y to
serveat thesametime.Remove
traysof’fd fromtheirboxesand
turnbackonecomeroftheplastic
covertovent,Ifthereareanyfoil
covers,removethemandreturnthe
traysoffoodtotheirboxes.(Batter
fds shouldberemovedfromthe
traysandcooked
Pkw inmm withoneTVdinneron
rightshelfandtheseconddinneron
lefifloor.Microwave
atHigh(10)
for7 minutes.Reversepositions
(toptobottom)androtatefoods1/2 —
—
turn.Continue
at
—
—
High(10)fbr7 minutes.Ch=k
dinnersforheating.Ifcmedinner
—.
seemslessdonethandesired,
returnittotheboxandcwntinue —
—
heatingonshelf1to2 moreminutes. —
Pkce onshelfhwgeordense
hodswhichneedthemost
suchasleftoverfried
casserolesofcannedor leftover
vegetables,
riceorpasta,Placeon
ovenfloorthosefbodswhichneed
onlybewarmed,suchasbakery
pies,rolls,muffinsorbreads,
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Toobtainservice,seeyourwarranty
on thebackpageofthisbook.
We’reproudofourserviceand
wantyoutobepleased.Ifforsome
reasonyouarenothappywiththe
serviceyoureceive,hereamthw
stepstofollowforfurtherhelp.
FIRST,contactthepeoplewho
servicedyourappliance.Explain
whyyouarenotpleased.Inmost
cases,thiswillsolvetheproblem,
NEXT,ifyouarestillnotpleased,
writeallthedetails-including
yourphonenurnbw+o:
Manager,ConsumerRelations
GEAppliances
AppliancePark
Louisville,Kentucky
40225
FINALLY,
ifyourproblemisstill
notresolved,write:
Major Appliance
ConsumerActionPanel
20NorthWackerDrive
Chicago,Illinoism
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YOURGENERALELECTRIC
OVEN
WARRANTY
Saveprod of originalpurchase datesuchasyoursalesslip or cancelledcheckto e$tablishwarrantyperiod.
WHATISCOVERED
FULLONE#EAf#WARRANTY
Foroneyear fromdate oforiginal
purchase,we will provide,freeof
charge,partsandservicelabor
in your hometo repairor replace
anypati of the microwave
c?venthat failsbecauseof a
manufacturingdefect.
LIMITEDADDITIONAL
FOI$R*EARWARRANTY
Forthe secondthroughfifth year
fromdateof originalpurchase,we
Will provide,freeof charge,a
replacementmagnetron tube if
the magnetrontubefailsbecause
defect.Youpay
ofa
for the servicetrip to yourhome
and servicelaborcharges.
Thiswarrantyis extendedto
theoriginalpurchaserandany
succeedingownerfor products
purchasedforordinaryhomeuse
in the46 mainlandstates,Hawaii
andWashington,D.C.In Alaskathe
warrantyis the sameexceptthatit is
LIMITEDbecauseyoumustpayto
shipthe producttothe serviceshop
or for the servicetechnician’stravel
coststo yourhome.
All warrantyservicewill be provided
byour FactoryServiceCentersor
by our authorizedCustomerCare@
::~::ers duringnormalworking
,
Lookin the Whiteor YellowPages
of yourtelephonedirectoryfor
GENERALELECTRICCOMPANY,
GENERALELECTRICFACIQRY
SERVICE,GENERALELECTRICH~POINT FACIORYSERVICEor
GENERALELECTRICCUSTOMER
CARE@SERVICE.
II*ad yourUseandCm materiel. o Failureof the productif it isused
If youthen haveanyquestions
forotherthanitsintendedpurpose
aboutoperatingthe product,
orusedcommercially.
~iea~econtactyourdealer or our
ConsumerAffairsofficeat the
addressbelow,or call, tollfree:
TheGEAnswerCenteP
~ Damageto productcaused
byaccident,fire,floodsoracts
ofGod.
WARRAN’fURISNOTRESPONSIBLE
FORCONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES.
problem,
If you hav@an
contactyourdealeror installer.
Youare
for providing
gas,
andother
facilities.
Some *rNIi4sdo rmt allow Nw
or
of
or
damages, so the d30va limitation or exclusion
may not apply M you. This warranty @ves you spwific iegtd right% andyoumay also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Toknow what your legal rights are in your state, consult your Weal or W#te ean$umrw affairs office or your state’sAttorney General.
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