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GE ZSCIO01 User's Manual
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IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Advantium
Oven
PRECAUTIONS
TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE
TO EXCESSIVE MICRO WAVE ENERG Y
(a} Do NotAttempt
door
ol)en
since
to operate
(cJ
this oven with the
open-door
ol)ei'ation
C[lil
result in harmflfl exposure
to microwave
energy. It is important
not to deti_at or
tamper with tile satetv interlocks.
(b} Do Not Place any object
ti'ont tace and the door
cleaner
residue
between
the oven
or allow soil or
to accumulate
on sealing
Do Not Operate tile oven if it is damaged.
It is particularly
important
that tile oven
door close properly
and that there is no
damage
to the:
(1)
door
(2)
hinges
(bent),
(3)
door
seals and sealing
The
Oven
Should
and latches
(broken
S/IYJ[_I ces.
by anyone
Not
except
be
surtaces.
a(!justed
properly
or loosened),
or repaired
qualified
service
l)eiNonnel.
Contents
Advantium
Precautions
Advantium
Quick Start .................
Cooking
controls
.....................
Customer
information
.................
Oven tea tures ........................
Satiety ............................
What is Adwmtium?
...................
expostlYe
16
19
14
18
2-13
15
to avoid
to
microwave
energy ......................
Sensor cooking
....................
Things that are normal
................
Using pre-set microwave
selections
Other
Speedcooking
Convection
Baking, Broiling
and Toasting
.........................
Cooking tips .........................
Favorite
recipes ....................
Favorite
recipe log ....................
Power level ..........................
Beeper volume
Child lockout
Proofing
............................
Repeat last ..........................
Resume teature
......................
29
21
21
Speedcook
cookware
..................
Si)eedcook
menu guide
................
Speedcook-safe
cookware
................
Things that are normal
................
Using a pre-set speedcook
illentl
.........
Warming
............................
23
17
5
27
20
29
2
34, 35
35
.......
30
Features
Automatic
28
21
24, 25
26
22
possible
excessive
fan
........................
38
.......................
........................
36
38
Clock ............................
Delay Start
..........................
16, 36
36
Display ON/OFF
.....................
Hel I) ...............................
Reminder
. ..........................
Review
.............................
36
37
36
36
Scroll
Timer
speed
.........................
. .............................
36
38
Care
and
Cleaning
Cleaning
tile inside
...................
Cleaning
the outside
..................
Cooking
trays and baking sheet ..........
Remowd)le
turntable
..................
39
40
40
39
Microwaving
Cooking by tim e ......................
Cooking tips .........................
Defl'ost by tood type ...................
Defl'ost bv time .......................
Defl'osting
tips .......................
Express
..........................
Favorite
recipes
......................
Microwave
power level (s) ...............
Microwave-safe
cookware
................
31
31
32
32
33
16, 31
31
31
6
Troubleshooting
Problem
Solver
Customer
Custom
. ...................
41, 42
Service
er information
.................
Product
Registration
..................
Se_Mce phone numbers
................
Warranty
.....................
14
14
43
Back Cover
IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Advantium
_k _V_[._G
f
Oven
To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, fire, injury to persons,
exposure to excessive microwave energy:
SAb?27"Y PRECA
or
UT"IONS
m Read all instructions
before using
this appliance.
When using electrical
appliances,
basic safer}, precautions
should
be followed,
including
the following:
m This appliance
must only be serxiced
b_ qualified
service personnel.
Contact
nearest authorized
serxice fhcilitv fbc
m Read and %llo_ the specific precautions
in the t ))4"('
[J. ,AU770NS
TO AVOID
t )),,
( ,S,SZBLL: EXPOS'L;Iff_ -_)
] ( LX
: ('%.
Z, ,SI1'L
.... ;,
m Do not coxer or block an? openings
the appliance.
7 7 )6}
_IICI ) Ol_ r AI ,:L4" Lf NLt
;
•
section
7 ,
on page
_.
m Be sure yore appliance
is properly
installed and grounded
by a qualified
technician
in accoidance
with the
provided
installation
instcuctions.
m Some products
such as whole eggs and
sealed comainers--fbr
example,
closed
jars--are
able to explode
and should not
be heated in this oven. Such use of the
cesuh
m Do not mount
a sink.
in injm T.
this appliance
m This o_en is not approxed
marine rise,
oxec
m Do not operate
been damaged
this appliance
oi (bopped.
wall
if it has
m As with any appliance,
close superxision
is necessmw _hen used by children.
m l[,rse this appliance
only for its intended
use as described
in this manual.
m I)o ilot Hse (orrosixe
in this appliance.
chemi(als
or adjusm_ent.
(m
m Do 4?ot stoce this appliance
outdoors.
Do 47ot use this product
near watec_
fbr example,
in a wet basement,
near a
swinnning pool, near a sink or in sbnilar
locations.
or xapors
m This o_en is specifically
designed
to heat,
dry or (ook food, and is not ime4_ded for
lat)oiatoiw ol industiial
use.
the risk of fire in the oxen
m To reduce
caxitv:
--Do
not oxeccook if)c)& Carefully
attend
appliance
v, hen paper, plastk or other
(ombustible
materials
are placed inside
the oxen _hile micro_axe
cooking.
--Remox;e
or tested for
m This oxen is UL listed for standard
installation.
repair
m See door smfbce cleaning
instructions
in
the C'a*_ a?_d (Tk,a_d_4,(,oj'II4e Ov_z section
of this man ual.
m Install or locate this appliance
only
in accor&m(e
uith the provided
installati(m
instructions.
oven could
examination,
x_i[e tv,ist-ties and metal
flom paper or plastic containers
placing them in the @,eIL
handles
befbre
--Do not use the oxen fbc storage purposes.
Do not leaxe paper produ(ts,
cooking
utensils oI food in the o_en when not in use.
--if materials
inside the oven ignite, keep
the oven door closed, turn the oven off
and shut off power at the fuse oi circuit
breaker panel. If the door is opened,
the
fire may spread.
--I)o
not use the SeI?sor Features
t_ice
succession
on the same fi)od portion.
If fbod is undeccooked
after the first
countdown,
additional
use C()OK BY TIME
cooking tbne.
for
i47
IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Advar_lium
Ove_
A WARNING!
SAP 2 TY PRECA
U770NS
• Do ,lot operate
tile oxen without
tile turntable
in place. Tile turntable
must be unrestricted
so it can turn.
• During and after use, do *lot touch,
or let clothing or other flammable
materials contact any interior
area of
tile oven; allow sufficient time for
cooling first.
• Kee I) tile oxen flee from
bnildup.
ARCYNG
grease
temperaulre
of 160°F, and poulti T to
at least an INTERNAI,
temperature
of
180°F. Cooking to these temperatures
usually protects
against tbodborne
illness.
• Potentially
oxen door,
turntable.
hot surfaces include tile
floor, walls, oxen rack and
A'_ving can occur during both .q)eedcooking and mic'mwave cooking..t/you
CLEA R/OFF pad and cor_+ct the problem.
Arcing is tile microwme
term for sparks
in tile oxen. Arcing is caused by:
• Metal or foil touching
tile oxen,
tile side of
• Foil *lot molded to food
edges act like antennas).
(upturned
• Use foil only as recommended
this guide.
FOODS
• Cook meat and poulti T thoroughly-meat to at least an INTERNAI,
in
When microxs r aving,o place all tbods and
containers on tile cleat glass trav.
Do *lot pop popcorn in your oxen unless
in a special microwme popcorn accesso U
or unless you use popcorn labeled for use
in microwaxe oxens.
Do *lot boil egg5 in this oxen. Pressure
will build up inside egg yolk and will
cause it to burst, possibly resuhing
in injm T.
see arcirlg, [)_<s.sthe
• Metal cookware used during either
speedcook
or microwave
cooking
(except for tile pans provided with
tile oven).
• Metal, such as twist:ties, poultl\v pins,
or gold-rhnmed
dishes, in tile oxen.
• Recycled paper towels containing
small
metal pieces being used in tile oxen.
• SUPERHk_7_D
WATER
Liquids, ._uch as wato (@'( or lea, a'_z abl( to
lw ovolu,ated l)o,ond lhe l)oili_g poi,_t wilhout
ap[wari_lg lo lw boiling. Visible bul)l)ling or
boiling whrn the (ontaino is n,ml)vMjhmz the
microwave oven i_ not aN_@s pms_,nt. 7"HIS
COULD I?ESULT IN Iq,2RY HOT LIOUII)S
SUDI JI'2\"LY BOIlJN( ; o lq_l¢ DTqI'2NTHE
C()NTAL\q:d? IS DISTUI_BFd) OR A 57¥)0N
OR OTHEI? UTFN_,'II_ 1S L\(_;I'21?TFd)IN-IO
THE LIQUID.
Do not operate tile oxen without food
inside. This may cause damage to the
oxen. It increases tile heat around tile
--Do
magnetron
tile oxen.
tile life of
--Stir tile liquid both before
through heating it.
"skin"
--Do
and can shorten
Foods with unbroken
oumr
such as potatoes, hot dogs, sausages,
tomatoes, apples, chicken livers and other
giblets, and egg yolks should be pieived
to allow smam to escape during cooking.
To reduce
tile risk of inju U to persons:
,lot oxerheat
tile liquid.
,lot use straight-sided
narrow
and halfway
containers
with
necks.
After heating, allow tile container
to stand
in tile microwme oxen for a short time
before
removing
tile containei:
--Use extreme care when inserting a spoon
or other utensil into tile container.
IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Adva,lium
Ove_
A WARNTNG!
Speedcooh
• The oven and door
when speedcooking.
oven-safe
• Cookware will become hot because of
heat transferred from the heated food.
O_en mitts will be needed
to handle
tile cookware.
cookzoar_
77w turntable must
always be ir_ pla_ e wher_
i_sing ltu, oven.
will get very hot
• Do not use coverings,
containers
or
cooking/roasting
bags made of foil,
plastic, wax oi paper when
speedcooking.
• Do not coxer tlle turntable,
wire oxen
rack, trays or ally part of tile oxen with
metal foil. This will cause arcing ill tile
o'_en.
Pul /hod direclly on the
non-stick
metal tray
lo speedcook.
Oven-s@
coohware
• Use tlle non-stick metal tray ill tlle
same way you would use a shallow
baking pan or baking trav.
• The oven and door will get very hot
when baking, broiling, warming,
proofing or toasting.
• Cookware will become hot. Oxen mitts
will be needed
to handle tlle cookware.
Bahing,
Broiling,
Warming,
Proofing
&
7basting
• Do not use coverings,
containers
or
cooking/roasting
bag, s made of tbil,
plastic, wax oi paper when
speedcooking.
• Do not coxer the turntal)le,
wire oxen
rack, trays or ally part of tile oxen with
metal foil. This will cause arcing ill tile
oxen.
• Use tlle non-stick
metal
tray in tlle
same way you would use a shallow
1)aking pan or 1)aking trav.
• Place tBod directly on tile trays when
cooking unless prompted
by tile oxen
to do otherwise.
• Ally oven-safe dish can be used in
your oven. Recipes ill tile Advanfium
Cookbook
were rested ill Pyrex _>glass
cookware and Corningware
°_ceramic
casseroles.
Cook times and results
mav vaiw when using other types of
oven-salVe dishes. Place them directly
on tile trays.
• Do not use tlle oxen
to dry newspapers.
• Use of tile clear glass tray when
speedcooking
will resuh ill inferior
cooking performance.
• Use tlle aluminum
wire oven rack, and
non-stick metal tray
two levels, 1)roiling
baking sheet on tile
place then_ on tile
when baking on
or toasting foods.
• Place food directly on tlle trays when
cooking unless prompted
by tile oxen
to do otherwise.
• Any oven-safe
dish can be used
in
your oven. Recipes ill the Advanfium
Cookbook
were rested ill Pyrex c'_glass
cookware and Corningware
_2ceramic
casseroles.
Cook times and results
may vary when using other types of
ov&>safe dishes. Place them directly
on tile trays.
• Do not use tlle oxen
to dry newspapers.
• Use of tile clear glass tray when
1)aking, 1)roiling, warming,
proofing
oi
masting will result in inferior cooking
performance.
77wturntable musl
always be ir_place wher_
icsing"the oven.
Put/hod di*vcily on lhe
non-stich metal tray
to bake o, or_elevel.
Pul fi)od direclly on lhe
alumina:bin bahir_g'_sheei o, the
wire over_ rack, a,d place lhem
o, the *ran-slick melal lrar,
wher_ bahir_g"o, lwo leveA,
broiling or loa,sii_g" fi*ods.
IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Adva,lium
Ove_
A WA! ING!
MicTozo
(_ V e-
Mahe ,_m_ to use .suitable (:oohwa'_ during mien)wave coohing Most gla.s.s (:a.s:se_vh,,scoohing dish_<s,
measuring cU[).s,(:usta_l cU[).s,porte U or china dinnerwa'_ which doe,s not have metallic lrim or
glaz_ with a metallic sheen can be u.s_d. Some (:ookwa'_ is la& l(d ".suitabh Jiw mic_vwaving. "
• Place food
COOkZO(ZT_
or microwaxable
directly on the cleat
your food.
7Yw turntable
mu,sl
alwa)s be i_ pla_ e whe_
usi_g" lhe ovo_.
container
glass tray to cook
• Use of the non-stick metal tray during
microwme
cooking will resuh in
inferior cooking performance.
• If you are not sure if a dish is
microwave-safe,
use this test: Place in
the oven both the dish you are testing
and a glass measuring
cup filled with
l cup of water--set
tim measuring
cup
either in or next to the dish. Microwave
77_eclear glass tray
should alwar,s be _n
p.la( e w]ier_
mwrowavin_:
30-45 seconds 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 inicrowax e-safe.
• Cookware
may become hot because
of heat transferred
from tim heated
food. Oxen mitts may be needed
handle the cookware.
to
• Do not use recycled paper products.
Recycled paper towels, napkins and
waxed paper can contain metal flecks
which may cause arcing or ignite.
Paper products
containing
nylon or
nylon filaments
should be avoided,
as they may also ignite.
• Use t_il only as directed
in this guide.
TV dinners
may be microwaved
in foil
trays less than 3/4" high; remove the
top foil cover and return the tray to the
box. When using foil in the oven, kee I)
the toil at least 1" away flom the sides
of the
oxen.
• Do not use the oxen
to dry newspapers.
• If yon use a meat thermometer
while
cooking, make sure it is safe for use
in nlicrowaxe
oxens.
• Some styrofoam
meat is packaged
metal embedded
microwaved,
the
floor of the oven
trays (like those that
on) have a thin strip of
in the bottom. _A,ben
metal can burn the
or ignim a paper towel.
• Paper towels, waxed paper and plastic
wrap can be used to covet dishes in
order to retain moisture
and prevent
spattering.
Be sure to vent plastic wrap
so steam can escape.
• Not all plastic wrap is stfitable for use
in microwme
oxens. Check the package
%r proper use.
• "Boilable" cooking pouches
and tightly
closed plastic bags should be slit,
pierced or vented as directed
by
package. If they are not, plastic could
burst during or immediamly
after
cooking, possibly resulting
in injm y.
Also, plastic storage containers
should
be at least partially uncovered
because
they tbrm a fight seal. When cooking
witl_l containers
tightly covered with
plastic wrap, remove covering
careflflly
and direct steam away flom hands
and face.
• Plastic cookware--Plastic
cookware
designed
%r microwave
cooking is very
usefifl, but should be used carefiflly.
Even microwave-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 lh(<s'eguidelir_s:
I. Use microwme-safe
plastics only
and use them in strict compliance
with the cookware mamffacmrer's
recommendations.
2. Do not microwme
empty
containers.
3. Do not permit children
to use plastic
cookware without complete
superxision.
IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Advar_lium
Ove_
A WARNTNG!
SAFE T"Y PRE(_A UT"IONS
• Don't defrost frozen beverages in
narrow-necked
bottles (especially
carbonamd
beverages).
Even if the
container
is open, pressure can build
up. This can cause the container
to
burst,
possibly resulting in injm y.
• Foods cooked in liquids (such as
pasta) may tend to boil more rapidly
than foods containing
less moisture.
Should this occur, refer to the Car(,
and Cl_'a*fi_*go/'the ove_l section for
instructions
on how to clean the
inside of the oxen.
• Hot foods
and
• Do not oxercook
potatoes.
They could
dehydrate
and catch fire, causing
dam age to your oxen.
• Avoid heating baby %od in glass jars,
even with the lid off. Make sure all
infant food is thoroughly
cooked.
Stir food to distribute
the heat evenly.
Be careflfl to prevent scalding when
warming fornmla.
The container
may
feel cooler than the formula really is.
Always rest the formula before feeding
the babv.
• Do not attempt
to deep
smam can cause
burns. Be carefifl when opening
any
containers
of hot food, including
popcorn
bags, cooking pouches
and
boxes. To prevent possible it_jm T,
direct smam away flom hands and face.
SAVE THESE INS TR UC TIONS
fry in the oxen.
MESURES
DE SECURITE
IMPORTANTES
14"o
u r 4 dv antium
PP_CA UTIONS
EXPOSITION
(n)
N'essayez
pas
i/licro-ondes
puisque
de faire
flmctionner
lorsque
la porte
pourrait
exposition
nocive
important
de
modifier
s_curit_.
(b)
cela
POUR I_VITER UNE I_VENTUELLE
EXCESSIVE A UX MICRO-ONDES
entrahler
aux
nejamais
le svst_me
le flmr
est
micro-ondes,
essayer
de verrouillage
5
O/l\'erte,
une
I1 est
de fl)rcer
ou
(C) Nefaites pasfonctionner
le fl,ur s'il est
endommag_,
ll est tr_s important
que la porte
ferme bien et que les pi_ces suivantes
ne
soient pas endommag(_es
:
(1)
i,a porte
(tordue),
(2)
I,es charni_res
desserr6s),
(3)
I,esjoints
de
Ne placez pas d'objets
entre la porte et la
surtace avant du flmr. Ne laissez pas de salet_
ou de r_sidus de produits
nettowmts
s'accumuler
sin" les sm'taces d't_tancht_it&
(d} Seul
•_oti'e
et loquets
et surtaces
un technicien
qualifi6
[()/lI"
_'1 i//icro-ondes.
(cass_s
ou
d'_tanch_it(_.
doit
r_l)arer
ou
rt_gler
MESURES DE SECURITE
IMPORTANTES
Fo u r A dv a n t iu m
Ak i_SE
E_-
GARDE !
Pour r_duire
de blessures
le risque de brhlures,
it autrui
de choc _lectrique,
ou d'exposition
excessive
d'incendie,
aux micro-ondes
:
MES Ut /,S DE SE C URI7"1'2
m Veuillez lire les mesures
de s_curiti_ avant
d'utiliser le four. Lors de Futilisation
d'appare_s
€_lectriques, il faut observer
des mesures
de s6curit_ 6V:mentaires,
et
m Veuillez lire et obserxer les <<PrScautions
pour _ite_ role (?_entuelle exposition
excesshe
aux micro-ondes
,, 5 la page 8.
m Assurez-xous
que l'appareil
soit install_
nlis f_la terre corre(tement
par un
technicien
qualifi_. (onbJrm_ment
aux
diiecti_es
d'installation
f'omnies.
m lnstallez et placez
selon les dire(tixes
et
cet appareil
seulement
d retall _t,o 1 fburnies.
m Certains aliments comme les oeufs dalls
leur coquille et les rScipients
scell_spar exemple,
des pots en verre feImSspeuvent _clater s'ils sont chauff_s darts le
four _tmicro-olldes
et risquent de vous
blesseI:
m N _ mtallez
S
&iec.
})as cet appareil
au-dessus
d'un
m Ce fbur a'lmicro-ondes
n'a })as 5t5
approm_
ou mis ;_ll'essai pour &tee utilis_
ell i_le V.
m Ce four est homok)gu5
UI, pour
installation
murale standard.
une
m N utflL ez pas cet appareil
. ,1 a 5t<4
endommagc_
ou S: _ fl est tomb_.
m Comme axec tout appareil,
il est importam
de sur_eille_ c_troitement
lorsque le four
est utilis_ par des enfants.
m N utflLez cet appareil
que pot, 1 _ .age
auquel il est destin_, tel que d&;lit darts le
pIg_sen t m an uel.
m N utfll.ez
(olrosi_es
pas de substances
darts cet appareil.
cbimiques
ou
m Ce ffmr ;_ micro-ondes
a cxtff concu
sp_cifiquement
pour chauffi_c, s_cber ou
cuire des aliments et non pour &tre utilis( •
ell laboratoire
ou 5 des fins industrielles.
m Seul un technicien
qualifi(4 dolt r_pmer
cet appareil.
Comimmiquez
avec le bureau
de service apr_.s-vente le plus pi_s si votre
appaieil
dolt _tre v&ifi(_, i_pai(_ ou I'(_gl_.
m Ne comrez
ouxertures
pas ou ne bloquez
de l'appareil.
pas les
m Ne rangez pas cet appareil
a5l'ext&ieur.
N'utilisez
pasce fbui f_proximit5
de l'eau,
par exemple,
darts un sous-sol mouill_,
pi&s d'une piscine d'un (wier ou dans des
emplacements
semblables.
m Voir les directixes concernant
le nettoyage
des suIfi_ces dans la se(tion <<Entretien
et
nettoyage
du four 5 mi(ro-ondes
- du
pi_sell t man uel.
m Pour rSduice les risques
l'intg_rieur du four :
d'incendie
5
--Ne fidtes pas trop cuire les aliments.
Suiweillez la cuisson de p__s quand xous
utilisez du papier, du plastique
ou d'autres
nlati&res inflammables
dans _otre four
pendant
la cuisson.
--Enle_ez
les attaches mStalliques
et les
poign_es
en m_tal des contenants
de
papier ou de plastique
axant de les mett_e
darts le fbuc.
--Ne rang_z rien dans le fbm: Ne laissez pas
de produits en papier, ustensiles de
cuisson ou aliments dans le four lorsqu'il
n'est pas utilis_.
--Si un %u (_clate darts votre fbuI; laissez la
porte firrmSe, 5teignez le four et
d_bcancbez
le cordon d'alimentation
ou
coupez le courant en enlevant le fusible
ou en dg_clenchant
le di@mcteur
Si vous
ouwez la porte, les flammes dsquent
de se
wopage[--N'utilisez
pas les fonctions
de capteur
deux fbis de suite sur la mc_me section de
nora dture. Si la nouirituie
n'est pas assez
cuite api&s le pcemier passage, utilisez
COOK BY TIME (TEMPS DE CUISSON
pore ajoutei du temps de cuisson.
m Ne fi_ites pas fonctiomler
le four sans
plateau tournant.
Le plateau dolt pomow
tOlUIleI sails restrictiOll.
m Durant et apr0s 1 t Sage, ne touchez pas ou
lie laissez pas de x0tements
ou autres
mat&iaux
inflammables
eImer en contact
axec 1 int(4iieui dt fbt I. Pr&ovez
suf_samment
de temps pour le
refioidissement.
9
MESURES DE SECURITE
IMPORTANTES
Fo u r A dv a n I iu m
MISE EN GARDE. t
1
1
MES URES DE SEC URITE
•
Gardez
le four
libre
de toute
accumulation
de graisse.
• Faites bien cuire la xiande et la xolaille-la xiande doit axoir une temp(_ramre
INTERNE de 160 ° F (71 ° C), et la xolaille
une temp&atnre
INTERNE d'au moins
180 ° F (83 ° C). Urm preparation
aces
ARC
D F;TINCF2IZ£S
La fbm_ _tion d m_ arc est la fi_Con qu'ont
les micro-ondes
de produire
des 6tincelles
dans le fore. Ceci est imputable
at_x
causes
stlivantes :
m Le papier d'aluminim,_
n'6pouse
pas
bien la fbrme de l'aliment
(les bords
relev_s agissent comme des antem_es).
la
le
tonrnant.
•
Pour la cuisson fi micro-ondes,
placez tons
les aliments et contenants
sur le plateau
de xene transparent.
Ne pr6parez
pas de ma_s OclatO dans
votre tbur fi micro-ondes,
fi moins
d'utiliser
un grille-mais
sp_cialement
congu fi cette fin on du mais (?clat_
pour la cuisson aux micro-ondes.
I1 n'est
bouillir
le four
Le._liquide._, te5 que l'eau, le carl;ou [e the;
peuve*_t _tre ._uwhaq[f!;._au-dd?_ du joint
d 7bullition sans avoir l'air de bouilli*: Une
1_I+2CItql;2\TEST Dk2PIA (20U SI {L\7_
CUI Id=ER OU TOUT A UTRk2 USTI:;\_SII=I_2
pression qui se cr6e dans lejaune
fera
_clater l'oeuf et pourrait
causer des
blessures.
foncfionner
• EAU SURCHAUFF_E
i;/mllition ou jbrmation de bulli<_n'e_t pas
touiom:_ vMble lo_:_que& _{cipient e_t ._orti du
jbur i'_mic_v-onde_. CECI PF_UTI_2NTILat]NI_R
I)ES DI_21_OI{I)EMI:_\_-IS
SOUI)AIA{S 1)1+_
pas recommand_
de faire
des oeufs dans le four. La
Le fait de laisser
m Les ustensiles de cuisson de mdtal
utilis£s durant la cuisson rapide ou la
cuisson fi micro-ondes
(satff les
casseroles
forehies
avec le }bin).
m Des articles en m6tal, comme des
attaches, les broches
utilis6es pour la
volaille ou les garnitures
dories des
assiettes se trouvent
dans le fore..
m Des essuie-tout
en papier recvcl6
contenant
de petites particules
de
m_tal scmt employ_s dans le ibm.
N Lrtilisez de papier d'ahm_inium
sauf
comme il est d_crit da_s le pr_sem
ma_ ue!.
10
• Les surfaces chaudes peuvent
inclure
porte du four, le plancher,
les parois,
plamau de cuisson et le plateau
Un arc ptul a[)paraio_ durant la cuis:_or_rapidt tt la cuissor, ('l micro-ondt<_. Si vous voyez un
mz app_O,
ez sur la toud_e azzrzu/ation/arrl_t(CLLAI_/ )tt ) tt _orrigl'z It probll;me.
m Un article de m6tal ou du papier
d'aluminium
est en contact avec les
patois du fi)m:
AIJMENTS
ni\'eaux de temp(_rature protege
normalement
des maladies alimentaires.
fi
EST INTROD{ffT
Pour
pour
I)AA(S LE LIQUII)F..
rOduire le risque
atttrui :
de blessures
micro-ondes
sans placer d'aliment
fi
l'int&ieur
pent endommager
le four.
Cela augmente
la temp&atureautour
du magn_tron
et pent aft>cter la dur_e
de vie de votre foun
----Ne suichauft>z
pas le liquide.
Percez la _<peau ,, qui recouvre certains
aliments, comme les potatoes
de terre,
les saucisses flnn_es, les saucissons,
les
tomams, les potatoes,
le foie de poulet
et atmes abats, lesjaunes
d'oeuf, pour
permettre
fi la vapeur de s'_chapper
pendant
la cuisson.
--Apr&s avoir r6chauff6,
laissez un pen
r6cipient
dans le fonr a micro-ondes
avant de sortir le r6cipient.
--M61ang_z
le liquide avant son
r6chauft_ment
et an milieu de cehfi-ci.
--N'utilisez
xerticaux
pas de r6cipient
et fi col 6troit.
--Faites
preuve de grande
de l'introduction
d'une
tout atme
ustensile
dans
fi bords
le
prudence
lots
cuiller ou de
le r6cipient.
MESURES DE SECURITE
IMPORTANTES
Fo u r A dv a n t iu m
MISE EN GARDE!
Ustensiles
de cuisson
sans danger
pour lefour
(l culsson
rapide
lle plateau tournant
dot( (ouiours _7(reerr
)late
lbrsc ue you s
.ltlt.,e_t,lb,.:
Placez les alimenLs
diredement sur le
plateau
de m_tal antiadh &if po ur un e
cld,s,son rapid<
Ustensiles
de cuisson
convenant
(lit
yOU)"
DOUr
cuzszner,
r chauff
• Placez la nourriture
directement
snr les
plateaux
pendant
la cuisson fi moins
d'indication
contraire
du four.
• Le four et la porte deviennent
tr_s
chauds pendant
la cuisson rapide.
• Les ustensiles
de cuisson deviennent
chauds h cause du transfert
de chaleur
des aliments. II faut pormr des gants
thermor_sistants
pour manipuler
les
usmnsiles de cuisson.
• Vous ponvez utiliser tout plat convenant
an four dans votre four fi micro-ondes.
Les recettes du livre de cuisine
Advantium
ont _t_ test_es dans des
plats de verre Pyiex a>et des casseroles
de c_ramique
CorningwareO?
Les temps
de cnisson et les r_sultats peuvent varier
en utilisant d'autres
types de plats
pouvant aller an four. Placez-les
directement
sur les plateaux.
• N'utilisez pas de couvercles, de contenants
on de sacs de cuisson/r6tisserie
fid)iiqu&
d'aluminiunL
de papier ciid ou de papier
pour la cuisson rapide.
• Ne couvrez pas le plateau tournant,
le
plateau de cuisson m_tallique,
les
plateaux
on toute pattie du four de
papier mOtallique.
Ceci provoquera
la
tGrmation
d'un arc dans le fonr.
• Ufilisez le plateau de m_tal
de la re&me mani_,re qu'un
profond
on qu'un moule.
• N'utilisez
pas le four
lesjournaux.
faire s_cher
• Utiliser le plateau de verre transparent
pour la cuisson rapide produira
une
performance
de cuisson inf_rieure.
anfi-adh_sif
plat pen
• Le four et la porte deviennent
trbs
chauds pendant que vous cuisinez, grillez,
r6chauffez
ou rgtissez les aliments.
m_tallique
anfi-adh_sif
en cuisinant
deux niveaux : griller on r6tir.
• Placez la nonrritnre
directement
sur les
plateaux
pendant
la cuisson fi moins
d'indication
contraire
du four.
• Les ustensiles de cuisson deviennent
chauds. I1 faut porter des gants
thermor_sistai_ts
pour manipuler
les plats.
• Vous ponvez utiliser tout plat convenant
au four dans votre four :i micro-ondes.
i.es recetms du livre de cuisine
Advantium
ont _t_ test_es dans des plats
de verre Pyrex a_et des casseroles de
c_ramique
Corningware_L
Les temps de
cuisson et les r_sultats peuvent varlet en
ufilisant d'autres types de plats pouvant
aller au four. Placez-les directement
sur
les plateaux.
• N'utilisez pas de couvercles, de contenants
on de sacs de cuisson/r6tisserie
_d)iiqu&
d'aluminium,
de papier ciid on de papier
pour la cuisson rapide.
• Ne couvrez pas le plateau tournant,
le
plateau de cuisson m_tallique,
les
plateaux
on mute partie du four de
papier m_tallique.
Ceci provoquera
la
formation
d'un arc dans le four.
• Ufilisez tin plamau de m_tal antiadh_sif de la re&me mani&re qu'un
pen profond
on qu'un moule.
pour
• N'ufilisez pas le four
lesjournaux.
plat
pour
faire s_cher
• Ufiliser le plateau de verre transparent
pour cuisiner, griller, r_chauffer
on
r6tir produira
une performance
de
cuisson infbrieure.
• Ufilisez la plaque de cuisson
d'aluminium
sur le plateau de cuisson
m_tallique
et placez-les stir le plateau
et rgtir.
I;,_plateau tournant
dotl loujoul:s 31Iven
place lbl:sque v0us
ulili, sez l,_tim/:
[ lag>z/(_,salim(_nl,s
direel_:lne nl ,sitr le
plateau
de mdtal antiadh&iif ] )our _)rd
. )arer
/e5
_'1It lit tit l_
lt i_le(l
l t,
(I It It
Mellez,
, le,s,alimenl,s,direclemenl,
, ,
sur la plaque de euis,son
d'aluminium. .
,.sur le _)laleau de
t tu,s,son metalhque
el platez-las
sur le pla(eau mdlallique antiadh&!/ en cui,sinanl 0 deux
niveaux
: g'riller ou r_lil:
11
MESURES DE SECURITE
IMPORTANTES
Fo u r A dv a _ t i u m
a, il SE
EN GARDE!
Ustensile
de cuisson
convenant
au four a
micro-ondes
As:smvz-vous d'utiliso" d_s ust(_l.dle__de cuisson appmpriA_ _pour la cuisson c) mio>onde_ _. La
plupart (l_s_ca.v_z,ml_ de w'rm, de_ plat._ (h. cui.v_on, (h_ /a.v_z__c) me_m_,_;de_ ramequins, de vai._:_4le
de la potoJe ou de la po'_velaine ._ans bo_zl'uw ou gla_mv de m_;tal 0 patine m_;lallique p_ver, t a_z"
utilis_s. Co'lains u._lemiles de cuisswn po'_¢em la memion , conviem au fimr 0 micm-on(h_ _,.
• Placez les aliments ou les contenants
pour la cuisson _ micro-ondes
directement
sur le plateau de verre
transparent
pour les faire cuire.
• Utiliser le plateau de mOtal anti-adh_sif
pour la cuisson fi micro-ondes
produira
une performance
de cuisson inf_rieure.
Le plateau tournant
dolt tol(our, s *?treer_
place
Ibr,sque vous
utili,sez #jblo:
Le plateau
de verre
transparent
devrail
told]ours Ftr_ __ pla_
pour la cui,s,so*_t)
micro-ondes.
• Si vous n'_tes pas certain qu'un plat
puisse aller au micro<redes,
utilisez ce test
: placez dans le four le plat fi tester et une
tasse fi mesurer de verre remplie d'une
tasse d'eau. Placez cette derni_re dans ou
pI_S du plat. Faites fonctionner
le four de
30 fi 45 secondes fi temp&ature
Olevde. Si
le plat se idchauffe, il ne dolt pas +tIe
utilisd pour la cuisson fi micro-ondes.
S'il resin frais et si seulement
l'eau se
r_chauft_,
alors il convient pour le four.
• Les ustensiles de cuisson deviennent
chauds en raison du transfert de chaleur
des aliments. I1 _ltlt porter des gants
thermorOsistants
pour manipuler
les plats.
• N'utilisez
pas de produits de papier
recyclO. Les essuie-tout
en papier
recyclO, les serviettes et le papier cirO
peuvent
contenir
de petites particules
de m(?tal qui pourraient
provoquer
un
arc ou s'enflammen
Vous devez _vimr
les produits
de papier contenant
du
nylon ou des filaments
de nylon car ils
peuvent
aussi s'enflammen
"
• Utilisez le papier aluminium
seulement
selon les indications de ce guide. Les
plateaux t_l_s peu\ent &tie pidpai_s au
micro-ondes
si les plateaux d'aluminium
sont de moins de 3/4 po (1,9 cm) de
hauteur et si \'ous retirez la pellicule
cou\>rture
et remettez le plateau darts la
boim. Lorsque vous utilisez du papier
aluminium
darts le four, gardez-le 5 au
moins I po (2,54 cm) des parois du four.
• N'ufilisez pas le four pour f;fire s(?cher
lesjournaux.
• Si vous ufilisez un thermom&tre
5 viande
pour la cuisson, assurez-vous
qu'il
convienne
aux fours fi micro-ondes.
• Certains plateaux de styronlousse (conlnle
ceux pour l'emballage de la viande) ont
une mince bande de m_tal incorpor_e dans
12
la pattie infiqieure. Au cours de la cuisson
au micro-ondes, le m_tal peut brfller le bas
du fbur ou enflammer un essuie-tout.
• Les essuie-tout, le papier cir_ et la pellicule
de plastique peuvent servir fi couwir les
plats pour conserver l'humidit_ et &iter les
_claboussures. Assurez-vous d'avoir des
ouvertures dans la pellicule pour laisser la
vapeur s'_chapper.
• Toutes les pellicules
de plastique
ne
conviennent
pas aux fours fi microondes. VOrifiez l'emballage.
• Les sachets de cuisson et les sacs de
plastique bien ferm_s doi\_nt _tre fendus,
percOs ou a&Os selon les indications sur
l'emballage.
Sinon, le plastique pourrait
Oclater durant ou imm_diamment
apr_s
la cuisson pou\'ant ainsi mener _ des
blessures. De re+me, les conmnants
de
plastique dewaient
Otre partiellement
d_couverts parce qu'ils forment une
fermemre Otanche. Lorsque \'ous cuisinez
avec des contenants
bien recouverts
d'une pellicule de plastique, retirez avec
soin la pellicule et dirigez la \'apeur loin
des mains et du visage.
• Ustensiles de cuisson de plastique--Les
ustensiles de cuisson de plastique concus
pour la cuisson fi micro-ondes
sont tr_s
utiles, mais doi\_nt Otre utilis_s a\>c soin.
M_me le plastique con\'enant pour ce
type de cuisson pourrait ne pas suppormr
la <_sur cuisson ,, comme les mat&iaux de
\>ire et de c&amique
et alors le plastique
pourrait amollir ou se carboniser
s'il est
soumis fi de courtes p&iodes de sur
cuisson. Pour les expositions
plus
longues, les aliments et les usmnsiles de
cuisson pourraient
s'enflammer.
Suivez c_' di*z'<tizn<_
:
I. Utilisez seulement
des plastiques
pour
les fours _ micro-ondes
et utilisez-les en
xous conformant
aux directkes
du
fabricant.
9. Ne mettez pas de contenants
le four fi micro-ondes.
xides darts
3. Ne laissez pas les enfants utiliser
ustensiles de cuisson de plastique
une _troite surveillance.
des
sans
MESURES DE SECURITE
IMPORTANTES
Fo u r A dv a n t iu m
AHSE EN GARDE!
1
"_
MES Ut 2S DE SE C URIY /,
"_
"_
_
F "¸
"1
1
"_
Ne dOcongelez
pas de boissons
surgel_es dans des bouteilles
au col
Otroit (tout particuliOrement
les
boissons gazeuses).
M_me si le
contenant
est ouvert, il pourrait
y avoir
une accumulation
de pression.
Le
conmnant
pourrait
alors _clamr,
menant
fi des blessures possibles.
• Ne faites pas trop cuire les potatoes
de
terre. Elles pourraient
se d_,shydrater
et
s'enflammer,
provoquant
des
dommages
fi votre fo/li.
• l_vitez de r_chauffer
la nourriture
de
1)_b_ dans des conmnants
en verre,
re&me apr&s avoir retir_ le couvercle.
Assurez-vous
que la nourrimre
de b_b_
soit bien cuite. M_langez-la
pour
r_partir la chaleur
uniform_ment.
Attention
fi l'_chaudage
en r_chauffant
la preparation
des no/lirissons.
Le
contenant
peut &tre plus fiais au
toucher que la preparation
elle-m&me.
Tesmz toujours la preparation
avant de
nourrir le b_b_.
Les aliments prepares
dans des liquides
(comme les prims) ont tendance
bouillir plus rapidement
que les
aliments contenant
moins d'humidit_.
Si ceci se produit,
reportez-vous
aux
directives concernant
le nettoyage
de
l'int_rieur
du four dans la section <<
Entrefien
lllic ro-ondes
et nettoyage
du four
>>.
• N'essayez
• Les aliments chauds et la vapeur
peuvent provoquer
des brfllures.
Attention
en ouvrant des contenants
pas de grande
fliture
dans le
fo/lr.
d'aliments
chauds, y compris les sacs de
mais _clat_, les sachets de cuisson et les
boites. Pour _viter les blessures
possibles, dirigez la vapeur
mains et du visage.
loin des
CONSERVEZ
CES DIRECTIVES
13
(hlstomer
Infbrmation
4dvat_ium
I'ntrod'uctior_
Congratulations!
You are now part
of the cooking
Ovet_
revolution!
As part of the vision to help consumers
live bettei; easier lives, Monogram
inuoduces
the
revolutionaiw
Advantium
oven with Speedcook
technology.
This new oven roasts, bakes,
browns and bcoils,just
like your co_ventional
oven--only
faster_and
with delicious
results. Yo u also save time bec au se Adwm ti um ceq u ices n o preheati ng.
The inff)cmation
on the fbllowing pages will help you operate
and maintain
vour new
A(hantium
o_en. _A;_ appreciate
your purchase,
and hope }<)u _ill (ontinue
to rel_ on us
whenete_
}ou need quali b appliances
tb_ }ore home. _
thank }on tk. bu}ing Monogram.
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Product
\_m can find them on a label, behil_d
open oven door, on the fcont fi_ce.
These
numbers
Product
packed
Registration
the
this
Modd
Ownership
Registration
Card
separately
with your oven.
Inside vou will find man}_ helpful hints
how to use and maintain vour oxen
pcoperly,
½()1
ll
flIld
just
i-_lailv
please
write these
a little pcexentixe
aIls_geIs
to
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<m
vour pact ca_ saxe vou a great deal of time
al?d m(mev oxer the ]if> ofyour
oxen.
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coIllI'_loll
7)'oubles,l_oo_Mg 7:!p.sfirst, you mav not
need to call fin serxice at all.
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Serial Number
p_oblems in the B@_ }bu Call t;}_rS_rz&_
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14
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here:
are also on the Consumei
Proof of the odghml purchase
date is
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to obtain seivice undec the
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¼]lat is Advantium?
kdvanlium
Getting to know
Advantium
Tile new Adxantium
oxen uses
tile surface
breakthrough
Speedcook
technology'
to harness tile power of light. Tile
Adxantium
oxen cooks the outside
of tbods much like comentional
radiant
heat,
while
Oven
so the inside
cooks
simultaneously.
While halogen
light
is tile prima_ y source of power, a
"microwave boost" is added with
certain foods.
fast, retaining
also penetrating
Foods cook evenly and
their natural moistnre.
-/:-I-I-/-I
/11 I I
IIiI
III
I
Turntable
•
The
turntable
rotates
to ensure
even
cooking.
Controls
•
The
•
Turn
oven control
contains
and press dial makes
Halogen
Lamp
and
Ceramic
preset
recipes.
menu
selection
Heaters
•
One 500 watt halogen
flom above.
bulb
•
One
heater
Rear
•
375 watt ceramic
Convection
Operates
Heat
when
using
easy.
and one
cooks
700 watt ceramic
food
flom
hearer
cook food
below.
Element
bake.
Microwave
•
A microwaxe
•
The
"boost"
is automatically
oxen call also be used
as a 9/a
_-rX
added
with certain
watt microx_axe
7
7
foods.
oxen.
Vent
•
The
oxen emits
air flom the lower xent area.
15
Advantium
Quick Start
Advantium
Set the
clock
When vou first plug
a power outage:
in the
oven or after
@@
@@
Press
the
dial
to set
the
dial
to enter.
the
3. Turn the dial to select
Press the dial to enter.
Press
Microwaving
with Express
EXPRESS
illci'elllelltS
The
oxen
minute.
starts
the display
directions
to set.
AM or PM.
repeatedl)fin
of ii/ici'owa'_e
pad.
2. Turn the dial to SET CI,OCK,
Press the dial to enter and tollow
@
2. Turn
the time:
1. Press the OPTIONS
1. Turn the selector
dial to set
the hour. Press the dial to enter.
r..............
To change
Oven
30-second
cooking
tillle.
immediately.
T/u turntable itmsl alwa3 s be
in place it,lzell usin_ ltze oven.
(9
_
®@
Tln, clear glass tray should
alit,gO _ be in pla#_ _t,tz_t_
microwaving.
speedcoohing
@@@
Step
1:
Press
the
SPEEDCOOK
pad.
Step
Tm'n
2:
the
dial
MENU.
dial
[ ................
® ]
®@
@@ @
.....
+
@@
to FOOD
Step
5:
Turn
the
and/or
dial
to select
doneness
will prompt
you).
each selection,
@@
@@ @
@
._
+
the specific
it.
the
amount,
(if required,
Press
the
food.
size,
the
dial
oven
after
Step 6:
Once the displa) shows AD/UST TIME
01¢ $7_4/¢7_ either press the dial or start
pad to start cooking.
•
16
the
Ttle turntable must alwa) s be
in ]Aaa u,het* u_ing ttu ov#n.
Step 3:
Turn the dial to select the t)])e of food
categor)
)ou want. Press the dial to
enter it.
Step 4:
Turn the dial to select
Press the dial to enter
@®
@@
Press
to enter,
Press CLI?_.R/OFF
stop cooking.
at any time
to
Put/hod dM,cll3 on lhe
non-sticl: metal trrO, to
spee& ook.
Speedcook
Menu
(bride
4dvat_(ium
prompts
OOO
PI_-set
Afier I)ressim"'_ the SPEEDCOOK
pad,
the oven will prompt you to make
several selections,
such as the
example below.
]. Turn the dial mitt
3. Tm'n the dial mitt
CHICKE,\,
BOMgLES:';
FOOl) J_IENU appears.
Press the dia] to em/ter.
appenrs.
Press the dial to enter.
2. Tm'n the dial m/til
4. Tin'm/ tile dial to
Press the dia] to em/ter.
Select 3"IZP5
MEDH '_ I (7-9 oz each)
Press tile dial to en/ter.
•
,peedcooh
_Mter
a cookin<,
completed,
to cook
for
cycle
use the
additional
has
•
been
Resume
trine,
feature
To rexiew
press
the
Ovet_
NOTE" Wken *peedcooking,
use tke non-stick
5.
metal b'ay,
Tm'n
Sdec(
the dial
amoum':
Press
the dia] to em/ter.
to
6. {',se NOA:%S'TICK
METAL •l "I_4
> ] ""Is
settinos
selector
during
cooking,
dial,
TlZe_F_
seDctions
Food
Category
Appdi_ers
Menu
Selection
!"a@'l Bil_,s
Che#se hlichs
Food
Category
_l/leats
,pd<q,_,_o
l'<q,l,e_,
)leal Ba/A (l')_<en)
.\_tchas
.\=tas Roasted
tToasl
I1e_'/
t7il)0_ 5leak
Si_5)i_l Sl_,afl
Pi::a Rolls
Strip ,Weak
7I Bo lze <Slea]_
7bnd,,rloin
Sqfl l%lzeZs (lS_)zen)
Bag_.h (/mz_.ll)
BhcuiLs
B_,ad ,";ticfis
Cheese Nvad
(5_s.m
Rolls
l)imze_ Rolls
(;adh: B_,ad
Ouich Bwad (9x5)
,";wed l_olA/l)a_lish
77/c0 Sh_,gs (boxed)
7?xas 7basl
Brecdfast
Selection
]"/let Miwzo_l
ttambu_
_
l.amb Chop_
l'm7_ ( ho/,s
Roasl - l'oD
I'g_ Rolls (l:mz_.n)
[10t Dip (2-4 Cups)
Bn, ads
Menu
Pi=a
i)eli/l')>sh
['s_ ]%_ oohed (hu_t
1,1_):._o_Pi:.za
Potatoes
Bal.,d ]Jotalo
tlashbmwn
Patties
l:m=e_ l<)'h,s
Fn>teTI :\ctgg*'t
&veet l>olalo/}_tm
Poult O,
Bag_'L_ (/mze_l )
lJel,qialt Wq//le_
lJwaf!/as! Pi=sa
(,as s_.mle (_gg 7x I 1)
Co/pm (,afie
l')_ncfl 7bast
C/tid_en Pall 3' (/m:en)
(2hid.'n
75ndo (/m:-*'_d
Chich*_ Wing:* (Ji_ze_z)
Chich_m BTmle
l>am al<es(/m=_'_d
Hashb_7)wn Patties
Rolls (w/_N_ (tle,t)
Sausaw Bi_cuil
<%'ausao_
,%tl_ttdel(/)_nen )
,%_eetRolI_/Da_AU_
Chicl._n, Born, 17*
Cflichen, Bo_dev_
Cflichen N//d @vz_,n)
Chichen N_zg_._ @ozen)
Chich_m I;)'hd (jh_z_O
7hrk_ D
Sandwich
Cm n Dog (fiozen)
(5_s._nl Roll Ito/ Dog
(,rdD,d k,amtwich
th)l Dog in a Bun
]Sx/c_t 5i¢ndwich
Taquilas
Desserts
B_mmies
Cakes (mi_ 9xl 3)
Cobble_ (fi_,U_ 7xl 1)
Co//e_, C(&e
CooDDs
SeaJbod
()ra_,g<,
Roug70'l'T//et
,_ahno_l
Sea Bass
Pie (p*,ah fi_niO
]2oils (w/_N_ (tle(t)
Entree
ShdlfiU_
,%_mzt/i@ 5;read
Talapia
Ttu_a 57eak_
Bm'rRos (/m:,en)
Chimicha_a
Casserole
l_gR 12ogs (/m=e_d
Enchilada
(p_,sh)
Lasagna
), leatlo(q (?x 5)
Oju,_idillas (p_@)
,%tzt//bd Pt,/q_er_ (6)
@_:.en)
Cod l:il#ts
Fish ,Stid_s (/m:.e_d
Ien>te_z Bwaded
I,ob_le_ TaiLs
ll7titqTsh
Side Dish
Ib.fiTed Bea_ ( 16 o:.)
Roaded ,\q_arag'tts
,,
>
)'
.
t, oasl_.d l,dl I d_]w_
I_o(tsld Chilis (6)
t_oasl_,d Corn
Roasmd (;adic
Ibmsl_.d Mix_.d U_qrt(tbl+'s
SmJ/D,g (mix)
Sltqp,d 3 lushmoms
Sltqfi.d 7bin(floes
17
OveI_
FeA[HFeS
4<Ivan:lure
@
@
@
@
18
7)lrntable
The turntable
must always be in
place, on the oven floor, for a]]
cooking.
Be sure file turntable
is
seated securely over the spindle
in the center of the oven.
Non-stick Metal 7:ray
Put food directly on the non-stick
metal tray and place on the turntable
when using the speedcook
and bake
features.
!/l:i)_ Oven
Rack
and Aluminum
Baking Sheet
Put food directly on the aluminum
baking sheet on the wire oxen rack,
and place them on the non-stick
metal tray, when baking on two levels,
broiling or toasting foods.
Clear Glass 7)'ay
Place on the turntable
when using
the microwaxe features.
Place food or
microwme-safe
cookware directly on
the tray.
Upper Halogen
Operates
when
broil.
@
@
Oven
Lamp/Ceramic
Heater
using speedcook
or
WiTidoTi}
Allows cooking to be xiewed while
keeping microwmes
confined
in
the oxen,
Door Handle
Pull to open the door. The door
must be securely latched for the
oven to operate.
Door Latches
Lower Ceramic
Operates
when
Heater
using speedcook.
Control Panel
The pads used to operate
are located on the control
the oxen
panel.
Rear Convection
Heat Element
Operates
when using bake.
Oven Fea[HFes
4dva_tium Ove_
Wilh your Adva_6um oven, you ca_ a_& with hig'h-i_te_sityhalog'e_lig'h& ceramicheate_:sa_d co_wa:6o_ heati_g
e#me_l; a_d/or _o_we_lional microwavee_e_iO_.
o o
0
SPEEDCOOK/Repeat
Last
Press this pad to access the pre-set
speedcook
menu. Press and hold for
3 seconds to repeat the last cooking
selection.
0
CONV BAKE/BROIL
Press this pad to comection
broil or toast.
@
CUSTOM
@
WARM/PROOF
Select WARM to kee I) hot, cooked
foods at serving temperature.
Select PROOF m set for a warm
bake,
SPEEDCOOK
Press this pad to set your
speedcook
program.
environment
yeast-leavened
own
useflfl for rising
products.
0
COOK (Mio'owave)
Press this pad to microwave
food that
is not in the FAVORITE RECIPES
section.
0
EXPRESS (Microwave)
Press for 30 seconds of microwave
soften
SELECTOR DIAL- 7)rrz_ to ,_el('cl, t5_<_'
to o,t#r First turn, then press the dial
to make option, food power level or
temperature
selections.
Also use the
dial m increase
(turn clockwise)
or
decrease
(turn counterclockwise)
cooking times.
START/PAUSE
Press this pad to start or pause
cooking fimction.
any
CLEAR/OFF
Press this pad to cancel ALL oven
programs
except the clock and timer.
BACK
Press this pad to sm I) back one or
more levels in tim program
process,
such as when entering
custom
recipes.
Press
vonr
or
REHEAT (Microwave)
Press this pad to reheat serxings of
prmiously
cooked foods or a plate of
leftovers.
FAVORITE RECIPES
Press this pad to add, edit (change)
or remoxe a recipe from the memotw.
7IMER
Press this pad
timer.
Display
Shows and instructs the use of all
features on the o_en.
HELP
cooking time. Each time the pad
is pressed adds an additional
30
seconds to the remaining
cooking
time. The oven starts immediately.
DEFROST (Microwave)
Press this pad to defrost,
melt frozen foods.
0
this pad to find out more
oxen's
about
featnres,
POWER/ TEMP
During cooking,
press this pad
and turn/press
the selector dial
to change the microwave
power
level, the convection
bake
temperature
or the speedcook
temperature
by adjusting
the upper
and lower lamp and heater settings.
OPTIONS
Press this pad to set the Clock
and access the Beeper Volume, Clock
Display ON/OFb, Display &.oil Speed,
Delay Start and Reminder features.
to set the minute
19
Speedcooking
Advan(ium
CAUTION: When using speedcook proqrams,
dishes will be veo_ hot!
Using
speedcooh
features
[¥ior to the firrt use o/your
Sta'_t ,s_ction.
oven
remember
SPEEDCOOK
7b use a
musl
al.,a)
FOOD SELECTIONS:
• Desserts
• Pizza
•
Sandwich
• Breads
• Entrees
• Potatoes
•
Seafi_od
• Breakfast
• Meats
• Poultry
•
Side
the speedcook
pad.
1/ no sdection is made within
l 5 ,secon&_, the display will "_n'rt
back to tke time of day.
D_eTFIA
2. Turn
the selector
3. Turn
the selector
dial to select
dial to select
the
Turn the selector dial to select
amount,
size, and/or
doneness
(if required,
the oxen will prompt
yon.) Press the dial after each
selection.
• Earl), in a .speedcook program, you will
.see OUITM1ZIN(; COOK TIME o_
tke di.sJda),. 77ze ove_ automatical(),
.se_s(_ the electrical voltage h_el ir_
your home and act]u._ts the cooki_g
time up or dmvn jot p'mpo" cooking.
• [f the door is ope_
du'4ng cooking,
tke ove_ will stop and PAUSE will
appear in the displ(o,. Close tke door
and pr(ar,s the START/PAUSE
pad
to _z<sumecooking.
• At a_ytime du_Jng cooking you can
turn the ,_ele<tordial to change the
Once the display shows:
AI).[L_S'T TIAIE or STAR 7"either
press start or the selector dial to
start cooking.
l:I/Tumttu oven .dgma{_ CHI_CK Jbr
I )( )NLNLSS,
' : ' : " ckeck to se_ if your ji)od i_
done to your liking ([br certain ji)od, O.
specific food (menu selection).
Press the dial to enter.
.
.
Dish
7)o'r_ ttu jbod over wk_ n tke oven ,_igmaZs
7"UIL'\: FOOD O1'77/? (/br certain ,/bodO.
the type of food categ_t y yon
want. Press the dial to enter.
f
2O
metal tray and
• Appetizers
1. Press
speedcooh
Quick
Pul /ood dincff_ ot_ tlu non-stick
me4al trcO, to speedcook.
Advantium
is ahea@ p_,-,set to cook ow_r
175 popular dist,<s.
pre-set
Use tke non-stick
s be itz [dace
PRE-SET
that the oven, door and
ttu clock must be set. Se_ ttu Advantium
B@m_ yon beffin, make ._n_ tke turntable is in/dace.
your owr_ glass or ceramic cookwan_ if r.eded.
77_e turntable
Oven
7b r(_Mv settin_r durir_g cooking
p_s',_ the ,selector dial.
[/yon er_ter art und(_d'_z)dselection at
an)! tim( .simply/m_s.s tlu t:MCK pad
and _,-enter the d_si'_,d selection._.
cookMg time. _m car_ change power
leveZr by p_z_ssing POX4'ER/TEMP.
• To as,_u'_vconsistent cookMg _z_sults,
the ow, n may adju,st power hq_et_
downward if the oven is hot at the
br_ffinning (f a p_{_,_m.
• At the e_d qfcooki_g, tke automatic
jhn may continue to run jot a ,_hort
time to cool inter_al components.
• 7;) cook jbr additio_ml time ((rio a
cooking o, ch, ha,s bee_ oomph'ted,
u,se the _z<sume,/i_atu_v.
Speedcooking
dvat_tium
(;ootdrzg t!ps
l_ods
,/br great
Ovet_
can touck but should not overlap.
fl_( _w_-.s_k:l¢m(_al tray, arra'l_g( fi2od a.s
.sho_m bdo_.
t(LSting r'e,s"ugLs
Cimular
(t{xample:
paller_t
bi_cuiLs, cookie,s)
Spoke patg#r_t
(t{xample:
c_,_(:em' _d{_, b_,adsgicl_s)
Si& I0 ,side pall_ r_
(Example:
meals and poulh3)
Si_tg'le la3_r
(Example:
ai2petize_:0
t2_z<st_
,mat ckicker_ ,fisT_or s_@)od tkat kas beer_,fivz,m skould be thawed befi_re
cooking (tt. mi(rowav_ dqf!o.stjiatu,_ ((m lw us.l). For otlu*r f!,)z_n p,_.kacl._ged
.f!)ods .f!)llow [)acka_
Repeat
last
dir_ ctior_s.
Use this dine ._aving,featu'_@w cooking
_z'petitive items like (:ooki_s or appetize_:_.
NOTE: 77._ last [),tug'ram used i_ sto_z_d
j;,r two kou_:s'.
I. Press and
3. Press the START/PAUSE
pad or
the selector dial to start cooking.
hold the SPEEDCOOK
pad tbr 3 seconds.
2. The last pre-set
displayed.
P_¢s _ _lzg
1. If your food needs to cook a bit
longer, you can restart the oven
by pressing the START/PAUSE
pad or selector dial.
Jeature
@@ @@ @
food will be
,,.
The program
stays in memory %r
l 0 minutes. Alter that you will
need to begin the program
again.
See 7b use a fire-set ,_J,,ed(-ookmet_m.
2. RI_2SUMP2COOKING will be
displayed
and the oxen will
restart immediately
at 10%
of the original time.
2_
Speedcooking
4dvanlium
Advantium
uses po_vr
high intensity
halogen
FF
flom
light,
a
ceramic
Oven
7) t )( )_'!<%[,
7) (L)
L01'!<7_[_
]oweI
controls
the
heateL
heaters,
and microwaves
to cook
food flom the top, bottom,
and
inteIioi
simuhaneouslv
to seal i_]
Select a higher setting to brown
foods more on the bottom.
Select
HloistHFe
lo_;ec setting
the bottom.
alld
flavoE
When
using the pre-set
speedcook
recipes
on the food menu,
the powei
levels are already
selected
fbc vou.
.
Howevec,
these power
levels can be
ac!iusted
befb_e
or during
cooking.
See P()VER/TEMP
in the Cooki_]g
Controls
section.
The custom
speedcook
speedcook
featme
allows you to
items not on tf_e poe-set
tbod
cook
by selecting
your own
and power
level setti_]gs.
menu
time
Each power
level gi_es you heater
]po_ec a_]d microv_axe
enec_T
k)_ a
certain
percemage
of the time.
L,'lff}l{t_ [)OBI{H (U) controls both the
upper heater and microwave
power.
A higher UIYq'£R P()B'_'£R setting will
utilize more upper heatec powec,
bcowning
food fbster on top. A lower
L;f't'I_t_ PO_'Iq'H_setting utilizes more
microwave
po*awr, causing food to
cook more evenly throughout.
Select a higher setting for foods such
as pizza and baked goods. Select a
lowec setting for fbods such as
casseroles,
meat a_]d fish.
fin less brow_]h]g
a
on
Press the SPEEDCOOK
pad
and tmn the dial to select FOOD
MENU or FAVORITE RECIPES,
o[ press Ci!STOM
SPEEDCOOK
to m;m ually set power level a_]d
timen Press the dial to emec.
2_. Turn tb,e dial to select a Jbod,
time or po_er le;el as prompted.
Press the dial to enter.
o
9.
To change the power level
when prompted
by the display,
turn the dial clock_qse to increase
or (ounter(lockvAse
to de( tease
the upper power
dial to entec.
4. Mi(rowaxe
lexe]. Pcess the
lexels are set
automaticalh_
based on the
and lower lamp setth]gs.
5. Press
the
the
selector
START/PA[JSE
dial
to start
upper
pad or
cooking.
.sdA*_g:sfl_.s_ p_s.s _ke dim _o mow _o _ke
_ext .sdecAo_z.
[(_e_s .so g]gaI you do 1_o[ or(> or
Follow lt,<se gen_>ralguidelin_<_ when selecting the &<st U= and L= ._etling_L/bryour
javorite redp_<_:
[r = Select a higher settil]g fi)r
thin }bods cequiring
a golden
brown top (example:
fish fillets,
toast, boneless chicken bceasts).
Select a k)wer setting for thicker
fi)ods and fi)ods with high sugar
or fat contem
(example:
cakes,
io asts).
22
L = Select a higher setting fin" thick
or dense ff)ods that may not
cook quickly in the cente_
(example:
cassecoles).
Select
a lo*awr setting fbr thin foods
(example:
cookies)
and fbods
comah]h]g
high fbt oc sugac
content
(example:
pastry,
cakes).
Speedcooking
4dvantium
Oven
@ l'bllow eookw.r: .sug,g>s'Uons on lk_
ove_ dispk: ) or in :I_ Cookbook or
Cooking" g'uid_.
@ Cookwar: _:iIl beeon, ko: because q/"
ke(,': :ra,_,!jbrr.l jiom :he k.,,:.l jDod.
Oven mills will b_ n.&d
:o k.ndk,
t:_e.su*': Io ukel
a .size llzal will
@ Pktee fi_od dDveU3 on Uze non-,s:iek
p_.@:_d:b U. or.. :odo oU..r_,i.s.
@ L:'.s(U_ non-.s:ki: mda2 :r. 3 hz Uz_
.sam_ _::"3yo. _:ould .sea .si.U2o_:
baking" pan or baking :r(,').
@ h_ addition/o
)'074 ((ll_
the eookw(,,_vp_vvidvd,
f4.se 1_ol_-_itel(,,l
11 Plae_ Ik_ non-.slki: m(I(U Ir<0
o_z Ik_ lurntabk, tgae_ glas.s or
et l'glizzie
eoo/Igo(l?'(
Olg lt_(
!;_'(l),
@ Do nol *,',s(eookw(ov or eovering:s
made q/'p(#:( >;pla,slie, orjDU wke':z
cook ing du ring" a .sp_edeook e3He.
((,',s:sp?_ffe
dishes; pie plates a?_d otk(.r he.!-s@.
eo{kwarv. ]Jlaee Ihem d_*ve@ o_ Ihe
tuv_v!.bte.
CiLf¢_oi_z
,speedcoot_
Advantium
gives you the flexibility
to cook yore" finorite dishes.
If you want
to c.ook
a _?)od item
is not among
the pre-set
t_se custom
speedcook.
1. Press the CI.,rSTOM
that
sele( tiol_s,
SPEEDCOOK
pad.
(/'no (mries a*w mad( wilkin ! 5 .s(con&
It_ di.spk 0 will _*_.rI back Io Ike Ih?.
q/"da).
2. Tmn
the selector
the cooking
to enter.
5. Press tile START/PAUSE
pad or press the selector
dial to start cooking.
tsbr power k_:(2 and cooking" lime
.sugg<slion,s, u.s_3our cook in Kg'u ide
or cook book.
dial to select
time. Press
Tke diSpb 0 _,:il2pmmy
It_ power k<ml(.s).
o
4. Tmn the dial to change
the
lox_er powe_ lexel. Press the
dial to el_teL
the dial
)ou :o .sdee:
Turn the dial ck)ck_ise
to increase
or cotmterclo(
k_>ise to decrease
the uppe_ power
dial to e_teL
lexe!. P_ess the
23
Speedcooking
4dvatHium
k_vorite
Add and save up to 30 of your own
Speedcook
or microwave
recipes,
or
pre-set
Speedcook
menu
recipes
as a
favorite
recipe,
Once
it's done,
yon
can quickly
recall your favorite
so
that ),our food cooks just the way
yon want it every time!
edpe-to enter
([,T_ ([ S(g"Hg
1.
Press
the F;hVORITE
the SPEEDCOOK
.
Tmn
RECIPES
or
SLLL
_] COOK T[Mt: " a)tP ears
": :("_
.....
Turn the dial to select the
5.
cooking
Tmn
77_ dis/d<_ z,_ib'/,om H 3o_ Zo.sdecZ tke
6. Turn the dial clockwise to
increase m- (ounter(lo(kx_ise
to decrease
the power lexe! (s).
Press the dial to emer.
the dial m:ltil E4VO/UTI'J
tvbr Dow_,r {ev({ a_d coohb_g" lb*z_
or _oob boob.
the dial untd " ADD [_L
) ?(' ,[t )7
7,
appears.
4.
Press the dial
poweri<v_d(,s').
.
9.
time.
to enter.
pad.
R]'X;Hq¢S appears.
Press the dial
to enter. (Skip this step if the
E4&ORITE
RECIPES pad was
pressed in step 1.)
Ovet_
SPELL
THE FOOD A44ME
appears. Tmn the dial to
the first letter of your food
Press the dial to enter.
Tmn the dial to (701_YSlq'JlCD
RECHq'J or to ADI) )\7'JW RECU_I'J.
Press the dial to enter.
description
and press the dial to
enter Contim_e this p_ocess to
spell the zest of the food name.
Press the START/PAUSE
pad to
save the recipe and its name.
If COPY SPICED RECIPI'2 was
selected,
tmn dial to food
Vpe(s)
and press the E_kVORITE
RECIPES pad to enter and save
the zecipe.
If ADD ,\7'JW RIg,CU'I'J was
selected,
turn the dial to select
Sf q{EDCOOK or MICI¢O B'_4_'l_
recipe. Press
and continue
l_)zvorite
To find and
r(?C@g--
recipes:
I.
to find
and use
Press
the dial to enter
with these steps.
ttse stored
tile FAVORITE
or tile SPEEDCOOK
2.
Turn
the dial until
Ill'X'Itq'2S appears.
to enter.
+
24
3.
Turn
favorite
RECIPES
5.
pad.
t;AV()IHTI_
Press
tile dial
dial to U57_ I_AV()RITI'J
RECItq'2 and press
.
to enter.
.
The recipe
will appear.
names
you entered
Turn dial until the recipe you
want is displayed
and press tile
dial to enter.
Press the START/PAUSE
pad or press tile selector
dial to start cooking.
Speedcooking
4dvat_tium
l_vorite
To adjust or change
speedcook
recipes:
J"e(J_)(!--
1.
to c,:dj'ust
Press
the F;-kVORITE
the SPEEDCOOK
or ch,c,:nge
2.
_.
Turn
@0
Tmn
_'(?€ i[) e--
to de&re
pad.
appears.
Press the dial
Press
stored
cttstom
speedcook
Press the FAVORITE
RECIPES
Turn
3.
Turn
appears.
G.
The display will prompt you to
select the poweI level(s) and edit
the name. Tmn the dial and
press to enter
se tti n g_s.
the appropriate
t;br power t_¢_da_zd coohbzg _ime
.sugg_s_io_.s u.s_ 3our cooi_i_,{ guide
or cooh bool:.
or
FAVORITE
Press the dial
the dial until
RECIt_F. appears
dial to enter.
4.
the dial to edit.
pad.
the dial until
RECIPES
to enter.
@@G
Press
the dial to enter.
the SPEEDCOOK
2.
oi
5.
Tmn the dial to the recipe you
want to change. Piess the dial
to emer. Cmrem
setti_gs appear.
To delete
recipes:
1.
RECIPES
the dial tmtil LD[]
;
r, [d.
)?(_ H'I_
)_,
appears.
4.
custom
the dial m_til E4&ORITE
RECIPES
to e_ter.
:,.
o
l_tvorite
stored
()vet_
I)ELt_277;.
and press
the
Turn dial to the recipe you
want to delete and press the
dial to enter.
25
Speedcooking
A dv_i_t_u_z
Cook
Custom
7_(J_)eS
Recipe
2.
9_
4.
5.
Z
&
.%
I(L
12.
14.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
28.
¢
o
20.
24.
2:%
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
26
Name
Time
Power
U
Level
L
Commen{s
Owe_
Speedcooking
4dvat_Hum
Cooking
•
Oven Heat
Times
When speedcooking
preprogrammed
foods, you may see OtqTMIZ1N(;
COOK
TIME in the display several seconds after
you press START/PAUSE.
The oven
automatically
senses the electrical
voltag> level in your home and
adjusts the cooking time up or
down for proper
cooking.
•
No preheating
time is required
during
Speedcook
cycles. Tile oxen 1)egins
cooking immediately.
The
door
and
inside
of the oxen will be
xei y hot. Use caution when
door and remoxing
tbod.
opening
tile
•
Do not use cookware
or coverings made
of paper, plastic, or foil when cooking
during a speedcook
cycle.
The fan will be on during cooking. At
the end of cooking,
tile automatic
fan
may continue
to run for a short time, and
the display will read Oven is Cooli**g. The
fan will automatically
shut off when tile
internal
parts of tile oven have cooled.
•
When cooking for an extended
period
of time, the oven may automatically
reduce the power levels to maintain
tile ai)i)ropriate
level of oven heat.
The oxen xent will emit warm
•
Fan/Vent
•
Ovet_
tile
o'_en
air while
is on.
Lights
•
When
around
•
The halogen
lights will dim and cycle
on and off during a speedcook
cycle,
sometimes
even at fllll power levels.
This is normal. The oven senses tile
heat
the o_en is on, light may
tile door or outer
case.
level and
adjusts
Sounds
(;licks and a fan blowing are normal
sounds during cooking. The relay 1)oard
is turning components
on and off.
be _isible
automatically.
27
Baking,
Broiling
and
Toasting
4 alva ,_Hit_ m Ove,,_,
Convection
Baking,
Broiling
and
Convection baking allows you to cook foods the stone
way as a conventional oven, using a beating element
to ]'aise the temperature of the air inside the oven.
Any oven temI)emture flom 250°F to 450°F may
be set.
7basting
Broiling allows you to broil foods in the same way as
a conventional oven.
Bake
2.
Pul /bod o_overt*@,
cookwal*,diwdt) o_tflu
non-stick
metal
tray to balw.
bahi, ,
,l,a,,he
oven, door a*M dishes will be veol ho#
Press the CONVBARE/BROIL pad.
Press the dial to select B_.
Tm-n_the dial to set the oven
tempenmlreand press to enter
2.
the oven is finished preheating,
it will signal. F)ou do not open the
door within l born, the oven wi]] tmn
off automatk:a]]}. Open the oven door
and, using caution, place the food in
When
the o_en.
When the prompt shows PRl£HI54T
THI( OU(N? mrn the dial to NO. Press
the dial or press SZ\ RT/E\U SE to
begin cooking,
o
o.
to set the cook free and press to enter:
oven
Close
the oven dooY Tm_
the dial
to set the cook time and press to enter
and start cooking. When cooking is
complete, the oven will signal and
tmn oK
Place the :food in the oven, tmn the dial
The o_en star_s cooking
_v_:]_e,/ c<)(:)]<i*/g is complete, the
will signal and turn off:
must
wizen
ovell.
pla_:e
CAUTION!
To bypass preheating:
1.
in
Be[bre )ou 1)egin, make sure tim turnml)le is in
place. Use the non-stick metal tin) at all times when
1)aking.
A fire gently circulates heaed air throughout the
oven, over and around the food. Because the heated
air is kept constantly roofing, not pemfitting a layer
of cooler air to develop around the food, some foods
cook slightly filster than in regular oven cooking.
1.
2.
3.
D€
usinglhe
Toasting allows you to toast foods the stone way as a
conventional oven.
How to
Convection
The turntable
(l[ll'(I)_g
bu m(0 (l_(m_'_,th('ov_t_t,',m/_(<_tufe
(lurit<_"
/md:(,(z6_:¢
:_ /:ms.s_t<g"
t/ :POII'7:R/7?_:UP
/_(_daM mrn_<t{"
th(.dial :o,selectth(._.:.:
To preheat:
I.
For two-level bakb_g, place/ood
b_ a
melal bakit_q" di,sh Or diwclly ot_ lke
non-,sli_k 'melal lraL [ lai e lhe
ah,'mint,'m
bakb<q',_keel
or your
/,,,/,j,<.
di, t,,,itt, o,,ol;,,I h,v
rvir_ r}_(:/:, Sland llu rack rv_lkjbod
on lke melal
lray.
When the prompt shows PRiFH/s'AT
THI( OU(N? turn the dial to YES. Piess
the dial or press SZ\ RT/E\U SE to
begin cooking.
The <yen starts preheating immediate]>
Do not place the food in the oven. (D)u
wiI] be prompted to enter the cook time,
after the o_en is preheated.)
How
1.
2.
to
Broil or
7bast
Press the CONV BXKE/BROII, pad.
Turn the dial m BROII, or TOAST and
press to enter
To bypass preheatin_
l.
O0
®
..
@O
9.
When the prompt shows PICI_HI54T
THE Olf:_N?mm the dial m NO. Press
the dial or press START/PAUSE to
begin cooking.
Place the food in the oven, turn the dial
to set the cook time and press to enteI:
Press the dial to sta_, cooking. When
cooking is complete, the oven will signal
and turn off:
Put/ood
directly on lh,e ah,'mi*n,'m
bafiit<t_",skeel ot_ lh,e wire ovet_ rack,
and pla_ e lh,em o_ lke **o_*-,sli_k melal
Ira), wket_ broili**g or loa,dit_g" fi*od,s,
28
Tim oven starts preheating immediatel):
Do not place the fbod in the oven. C_%u
will be prompted to enter the cook time,
after the oven is p_eheated.)
To preheat:
1.
When the prompt shows [ ICF.HI_AT
THE OU:_N? turn the dial to YES. Press
the dial or press START/PAUSE to
begin cooking.
2.
When the oven is finished preheating, it
will signal. If you do not open the door
within
l horn; the oven will turn off
automaticall}: Open the oven door and,
using caution, place the food in the
OVell.
3.
Close the oven doo_: Turn the dial to
set the cook time and press m enter
and start cooking. When cooking is
complete, the oven will signal and
turn off:
{f the _rv(._door i._@(rod duri_g"a_d_i_g,t_4{ :S/_
will alq,ear i,t &e dg/)bO'.Clo,_ethe dg_r a_d pms:s
STk R T/t 'A{'SE.
nin
Z and ProofinZ
¼'a
4dvat_tium Ovet_
4. Turn
The I,E4RM Ji, ature will keep hol, cooked
Wa, rming
1. Press
GOG
the
WARM/PROOF
IJ the oven door is opened durb<q"warming;
I'A USE wig appear in the dispho'. Close the
door and p_:._sST4 R 77/'A t'SE.
pad.
2. Turn the dial to select HOI,D
FOOD
WARM. Press the dial
to
eilter.
3. Turn
77_e turntable
in pla_e when
mu,sl alwa>
be
u,sing lhe _)ven.
the dial to select
To Crisp Stale Items:
• Place food or dishes
the oven
temperature.
See the chart and
tips below. Press the dial to enmr.
L()_4' ..............................
MEDIUM ......................
HIGH ............................
the dial to select the lexel of
moisture
you want. See the chart
and tips below. Press the dial to
elltei.
,/hods at serving" tempemtur< Always start
with hot/hod. IAe eookw:m:and ulensiA that
_aa withsland temp_:mture,_ up to 23001 ".
140-160°F
160-195°F
195-230 °F
the black metal
directly
on
tray.
•
Preheat on 1,0_'
select CRISP.
setting
and
•
Check crispness
after 45 minutes.
Add time as needed.
Pul f*od directly on the non-stieh
metal tri 9, to warm.
Temperature
7_'psibr Cr_k_Foods:
[] Leave
_bod m_covered.
:bod
and Moisture
Selection
Tx#e
Chart
Control Setting
Moisture
()
[] Do not use plastic
or plastic wIap.
c<mtai_ecs
:m,::d,,s::/_
.,_ts
MEDI{ {M
[] Preheat prior to use acco_di_g
to iecommei)ded
times.
not use plastic
or plastic wrap.
HIGH
c<mtaii_ers
Pat:_
ak:<<
w_!/fl:<_
Pizza
HIGH
HIGH
P,tato_<<
ba/:_'d
HIGH
()
,ALS[
, )
()
.LIS[')
(
)
, )
AfSt
ALSt
)
, )
()
ALSt
, )
{:
MOIST
Potato:<<
_:_a._hed
HIGH
[] Preheat prior to use accordii_g
to recommei_ded
times.
)
MOLS'T
MEDI_
[] Do
,
MOIST
( asseroges
_)'ps,/br Moist Foods:
[] Cover %od with lid or
aluminum
foil.
Setting
L(
MEDIf T_I
75rgih'a
(hiia.s
MOIST
ALS[
MOLS'7"
* {:SDA/I_SISrecommends an i_zter_talh,mperatun, q] 145tl:as the minimum donen_sfi_r be{'i_{:_ea porlable
meal thermometerto chech internal te,lperatur_.:_.
The pn*qfint{" /kature automatically
pn*vide,_
lhe optimum temperature f," the proqfint_"
proee,_s, and :he_*:/i,'edoe._not have a
tem/:emlure
ac(justmeat.
Prvofing
NOTES:
Do not use the proofing
mode
for warming food or keeping
tbod hot. The proofing
oven
temperature
is not hot enough
to
hold foods at safe temperatures.
Use the WARM feature to kee I)
food warm.
1. Press the YEhRM/PROOF pad.
77_e turntable
in plage when
mu,st alway,s be
u,sing lhe &:en.
2. Turn the dial to select PROOF BREAD.
Press the dial to enter: The oven starts
proofing immediately and shows the
amount of proofing time completed.
•
Put bread douq'h in a bowl/b*_ad
pan and pla_ e on :tte non-stick
metal tray to proqfi
•
To avoid lowering the oven
temperature
and lengthening
proofing
time, do not open
oven door unnecessarily.
Check bread products
avoid ore>proofing.
•
Proofing will not operate
if the
oxen is too hot. Allow the oxen to
cool before
proofing.
the
early to
29
Microwaving
4dvat_lium
{Mng
Make ._
the
the t_zr_'_tab[e clr_d clear gTass tray a_
Pdace _od or microwavab[e
to cook your f!_od.
,fi:atures
T]z_,turntable
be i_ [dace when
Ovet_
#_ /dace.
co_taD_er di_w:t[y o_ the clear,q'/ass
must alwa)s
using the ov_.
tray
77u_ dear glass tray should alwa3 s be i_
/dace u,lu _ microwaving.
Coohware
•
Make
for
sm'e
that
cookware
is suitable
•
Place
VO/II"
MICROWAVE
PRE-SET
m Cooh
How
use pre-set
17"tl('ro_oglT_
,L
_
Q _
-Me//
-Slow (5oh
-5'q//(,_
I["no .sdection is made within l 5 seeor_ds'
the dLq)lay will _'vert ba(fi to tlu time
selections
_--(
@. _[
q/ d(o_.
2. Turn
the dial to find the food
you want to cook, defrost or
reheat. Press the dial to enter.
Turn the selector dial to select the
type, amount,
weight and/or
size.
(As required,
the oxen will
prompt you). Press the dial
after each selection.
4. Press the dial or the START/
PAUSE pad to start cooking.
30
or microwaxable
the
clear
o-lass trm
container
to cook
food,
Reheat
-1.O b O.iel_
-/{_ 7'i_*;e
-t_' bi_od 7!vpe
-@, B'_,ig'ht
-Deh 9, SlarI
-:_ felt
I. Press the microwme
COOK,
DEFROST or REHEAT pad.
to
on
SELECTIONS:
m De[?ost
-/{_, Food 7_p_"
-@, Time
-t{_! 7'imp" 1 & 2
-Deh 9 Start
food
directly
microwaxing.
-Ca.s:s_,_ole
-Chidte**
-Pasta
-Pizza
7b ,_,view setlir_g:s durir_g eoohir_g [m<s._
the .wh,(tor dial.
1/ the door Ls opem'd during eool_i_,g, the
ov(m will ._top and t'A I.(S'F.will appear
in the disphg,. Close lhe door and pre_:s
START/PAUSE
to "_z<_u
me (-ooki_g.
l/'you (nter an und(<_bzd sdeetion at
any time ,_imply p'_s',sthe BACK pad
Microwaving
4dvan:ium
Use COOK BY _ L:,IL: and COOK BY
Cook By Time
and Cook By
Time 1 & 2
r,][,_IL; 1 U 21o microwav_ j3od :ka: Ls
no: in :}ur:c!p_ ._(:ion and a: :/u :imp(s)
m The
set
power
at high,
ff)r more
1. Press
level is automatically
but _ou ca_3change
flexibility.
the COOK
it
pad.
2. Turn the dial to select COOK BY
TE_']E or COOK BY TIME 1 & 2
and press the dial to enter.
3. Turn the dial to set the cook time
and press the dial to enter.
Oven
(/_ou
•.
.sdec_(dCOOK BY _7:,lL
_ : 1 &_2
:urn :ke dial :o .s_::}u .seco'ndcook :_m_
and p_s.s :1. dial :o _n:_:
NO_E': 7b cha_g_" the pow:'r k,vd
ff yo, do_, 't wa_</h[/ pow#<; pr_<ssthe
PO bT_R/TENIt' pad qjk'r e_:!<,ring"the
timeG). T, rw the dia{ to ._ek'cta_:d pr>>s
the dial to e_t:'_:
4. Press the dial or the START/
PA(_rSE pad to start cooking.
}bum 0 open :k( door durMg COOK BY
TIMId2 a_.] COOK 1:_} 1 [,;'_
4L_ ! &'_2 :o
H.@ du, fi:od. Clo.s, :/.,
door (rod pn<s.s
START/PAUSE
:o nsum_ cookM K.
Press EXPRESS repeatedly
ffw
30 second increments
of microwave
cooking time. (Aen
immediateb.
......
@@ @@ @
starts
..
Microwcme
.
power [eve[(O
.
O.
First, %llow directions R)r COOK
BY TIME, CT ) ( )K• B_: TIME 1% 2,
DEFROST BY TIME or EXPRESS.
Press the POWER/TEMP
pad.
Tmn the dial clockwise to increase
and (om_terclockwise
to decrease
the power
to emer.
level. Press the dial
4. Press the dial or the ST}4,RT/
PAI,)SE pad to start cooking.
}9. ca_: ch._g'u the pow#r k'vel b@m"
or du_J:nK <,'(ook_ K progw<:n*.
H_n <_><.some (x.mpks'
of u.s<sJ%"
Higk IO: Fish, bacon,
boiling liquids.
vegetables,
Med-H'(¢k 7." Gentle
and poulUT; baking
re he ati n g.
Medium 5: Slow cooking and
tenderizing
ff)r stews and less
tender cuts of meat.
Low 2 or 3: Defrosting;
delicate sauces.
Warm h
softel_ing
Favorite
F(?('i/)CS
Cooking tips
cooking of meat
casseroles
and
Keeping
butter.
simmering;
%od warn<
See the Favorite recipe sections in
the Speedcook
section of this book
for instructions
on how to save, use,
chang_ or delete a favorite recipe.
When cooking bacon, laver strips
(m a plate. Co_er ea(h la_er with
a paper towel.
For Dozen vegetables,
%llow
the package instructions
fi)-r
addi_ g ware r.
When
For flesh vegetables,
add
2 tablespoons
of water ff)-r
each serving.
cooking
vegetables,
casserole
or bowl. Co_er with a microwave//se a micro_me-sa%
safe lid or _ented
plastic
v, rap.
3_
Microwaving
4dvat_lium
Auto
Defrost
automatically
sets the
defrosting
times and power levels
to give even deflosting
resuhs fin.
meats, poulti T and fish weighing
up to (i pounds.
®@
_O
t
G
.....
,
1. Remo_e ff_od from the package
and place it o. a mic-rov, a_e-saf>
dish.
m [bn, ov_ dq/io.sted re(at or.shield _earm
d¢io.sth_g.
@ After dCmsti'*_g,**_o,
st n*_at,s_.d,' t_
,sta'*_d5 mi_tes to compld_ dq/io,_ti_g"
Lat v _oa,st:s,should ,sta',_d/'m about
30 mb_utes.
Conversion
2. Press
the DEFROST
4. Turn the dial to select ff)od t_pe.
Press the dial to entec.
Turn the dial to the ff)od weight,
using the Conversion
Guide
at right. For example,
dial 1.2 fbr
1.2 pounds
(! pound,
3 oz.)
Press the dial to enter
6. Press the dial or START/PA[YSE
pad to start defcosting.
7. Turn
signals
D@_st
time
by
[ ..............
the fbod o_er wb,eI_ the o_e_
the DEFROST
pad.
2. Turn the selector dial m
DEkT?OST BY TIME. Press
the dial to enten
3.
Turn the
you want,
dial to select the time
Press the dial to enter.
4. Press the dial or START/PAUSE
pad to start defrosting.
5. Turn the food oxer when the oxen
signals TURN FOOD OIJT_R.
32
[7"the wei_9_t,o'jj,bod is'
....stetted _ [)o_o_d.s'
aud
oH?gcgs
th#
OHUCgS
nzH,st
b(
(:o}gzl(Ytp(],
to t(uth.s (. 1) q/'a kou_d.
Weight of lbbod
in Our_.es
1-2
Enter Food Weight
(tenths of a pound)
.1
4-5
.2
.3
6-7
8
.4
.5
9-10
ll
.6
.7
12-13
lq-15
.8
.9
TL;I{N t_DOD OU?R.
{£e Time Dqf!r)st to dqf!r).stjot a seh,cted
h,rtglb q/time.
1. Press
Guide
pad.
a. Turn the dial to DICF[_OST t:_Y
t_OOl) T}7'1£ Press the dial to
enter.
.
()vet_
Power h'vel is automatically set at 3,
but can be chang_d. 7b change the power
h,veZs; ,w<"the Mi<mwave Power Lr'vel(._)
section. You can dq[h).st small items
quiHdy @ rais'i*_g"the power h'vel after
<'uteri_g the time. Power h'vel 7 cug_ the
total dq/m.sting time in about hal,/, power
h'vel 10 cut._ the total time to about l/3.
1'l/7_r,nd@'osting at higJ_ power h've£:,
,f!)od will ner'd mo_v,fiWue_t atl('_ lion
than usual.
Microwaving
4dvat_(ium
{/.seDEt;7_OST BY FOOD T}7_F.jor
meal pou{tr 3 a_d fi.sh. Use [)EFf_O,S'T
B Y 7?ME.i0r m0st o,'!_%fi_ze_ ./30ds.
m Foods f_ozen in paper
can be time defrosted
or plastic
in the
package, but %ods shoukt be
taken out of the package when
using DEI;;_OS'T BY FOOD T}7_E.
Closed packages shoukt be slit,
pierced o_ vented after %od has
partiall} deiiosted.
Plastic st(wage
containers
should be partially
()vet_
m For more even defiosting
of
larger %ods, such as roasts, use
DI?FROS'T BY 7"IMI?. Be sme large
meats are completely
deflosted
before cooking.
m When deiiosted,
cool but softened
food shotfld be
in all areas.
If still slightly icy, retmn to the
microwave vei T briefly, or let
it stand a f>w minutes.
wlco_red.
m Family-size, prepackaged
frozen
dinners
can be defiosted
and
microwaved.
If the %od is in
a foil container,
transfer it to
a microwave-safe
dish.
m Foods that spoil easily should not
be allowed to sit out for more
than one horn after defiosting.
Room temperature
promotes
the
growth of harmfl_l bacteria.
33
Microwaving
4dvatHium
Ovet_
SeTISOT
cooking
Do _!ot .,w the 5'e_l,sv>r
I+at.>_<stwi<7"1_7
,_ue<<<2_o_t
on ibe sa,_e./D.d porlio_-_[ )77(0!
?_%74//
_77 ,_Tq_P?>kffy
OtJtq>(
Oo/ttU]
OT
bl.=t.t ,od. 1t/5o¢S
,:s=,.Se,.,,,bed
@.
Un'jh:_t cou211dow'_i,ti,_eCOOK BY TIME
JD,".ddiUo_.d (.oI¢7_ig"iT.a..
The proper containers m,d eovers are
essential f_ best sensor eookingo
•
A1W?IYS
tlse
ccmtaii_eis
V_nted
Uliciowave-safe
am:] covei
them
with
lids oi vented plastic wiap.
Nevei use tight sealing plastic
containecs--they
can prevent
steaF0
fl'Om
escaping
and cat/se
fi)od to overcook.
m Be sme
the
( ontaiI_ers
outside
aIld the
of the cooking
inside
of the
l)'r_ off dist._s ,_otke)_ don't
" _7_T2_lead
tile ,_(n,7o_:
o_en aie dry before
placing
%od
in the o_en. Beads of moistme
tinhint
into
the sel_ soi.
steam
(an
mislead
• Beverages are best heated
i{I l) ( (Y,e
Ted,
MICROWAVE
•
SENSOR PROGRAMS:
Gl_mnd Meat
• Popcorn - Prepackaged
mio'owave
• Soup
• Rice
•
Vegetables (Canned, k)'esh, k)'ozen)
•
Chieken Reheat
• Pasta Reheat
• Plate of Food Reheat
• Soup Reheat
•
B4
Vegetable Reheat
popcorn,
3.0 oz. to 3.5 oz.
Microwaving
4dvan:ium
73 use all
Adva_tium'.s mic>vwave modv jbatur<<s
.wzt.wr cooki:.g. The ov:m automatical[y
.se>s:<swh:._ .fi)od i,s(brae and .shuts il.se(f
o.ff_elfl,_:b._:b_/, :he need lo program
cooh tim:_s and powvr b_:e£.
S(gTLfOT
prqz,.ams
1.
Press the COOK pad and tmn the
dial to COOK BY FOOD TYPE
Press the dial to enten
the REHEAT pad.
()i piess
2. Turn the dial to sele(t the ff)od
you v,ant, Press the dial to eme[,
m To shorten or lengthen
the
cook time, wait tmtil the time
cotmtdown
shows in the display.
Then tmr_ the dial to add or
subtcact time.
m If you open the door while
SI?.NSOR C.oki_:g; SI_NSOR ERROR
_dll appear. (;lose the dooi; pcess
START/PALrSE
to begin again.
Notes
about
Reheated
a. Press the dial or press the START/
PAUSE pad to start cooking.
Do not open the oven door until
time is counting
down in the display:
If the door is opened,
close it and
press START/PA1/SE
immediately.
If the food is not done enough,
use
COOK BY 77ME in the microwaxe
selector to cook for more tilile.
the Reheat
prqgram:
ff)ods may have wide
_ariations
in temperatme.
Some
areas ma_ be extremel_ _hot.
It is best to use COOK BY _l[ _IL;: ?d
not RFdqI_AT fk)_"these fk)()ds:
Bread
Food
products
that must be reheated
H I_co_ered,
Foods that need
or tinned.
NOTE: Do not use the Sensor
Featmes
twice in succession
on the
same food portion--it
sexere]v oxer(ooked
Oven
may result in
or burro food.
to be stir_ed
Foods calling fbr a dry look or
crisp smfi<e aftec ceheati_g.
m Kwm have been speedcooking
and the oven is abeadv hot, it may
indicate
that it is too hot for
sensor cooking.
Of course, you
can always continue
with COOK
BY 77M1:. oc SPEI_DCOOKI
N02_': {/':be oven Ls :oo ho: :ke?_ iZwill
au:oma:icall 3 cba':_g,_Io Ib_:e cookhgg.
Things that
are normal
Interference
Oven Heat
•
•
TV/radio
inmrference
might be
noticed while using the microwave.
Similar to the interference
caused by
other small appliances,
it does not indicate
a problem with the microwave. Move
the radio or TV as fat aw W flom the
microwax> as possible, or check the
position of the TV/radio
antenna.
•
Cookware may become hot because of
heat transferred
flom the heated food.
Oxen mitts may he needed
the cookware.
to handle
Steam or xapor may escape
the door
flom around
Lights
• The oxen caxi U light will come on
during a microwaxe cooking cycle.
35
Other
Advantium
Features
,4 dva _liu m ()'_.m
COOK 77ME
COMf
To remind you that you have food
in tile oven, the oven will display
COOK TIME COMt>LF.TI_D and beep
once a minum until you either
open tile oven door or press the
CLEAR/OFF
pad.
LE l 'ED
l_atures
Cloch:
under
77,_ dod_ must be set bq/im_you (an u._e
the
()1 7 7 0NS
Starl jbr ir_.rhuction.O.
Dad
I. To change the clock time, press
tile OPTIONS
pad and turn the
dial to CLOCK. Press the dial
&*oil Speed:
tO enter,
2. Turn tile dial to set hours.
the dial to enter.
Be@er _dume:
Use this feature to adjust tile volume
of the beeper. You can even turn it
off. Press the OPTIONS
pad, turn
tile dial to select Bl'21sT_liRVOLUMI'2,
press tile dial to enter, and follow
the display directions.
Press
3. Turn tile dial to set ininutes.
the dial to enter.
Press
4. Turn the dial to select AM or PM.
Press the dial to enter.
Clock Display ON/OI_T:
Use this feature to turn your
clock display on or off'. 15ress the
OPTIONS
pad, turn tile dial to
select CLOCK DIS'PLAY ON/OFI:.
Turn the dial to select ON or OFI{
Press the dial to enten
Delay Start:
Delay Start allows you to set the
oven to delay cooking up to 24
hours. Press the OPTIONS
pad, turn
tile dial to select DEIAY ST_RTand
press the dial m enten Follow the
display directions
to set the Delay
Start time and feature you wish to
delay.
Is the message scroll too slow or too
fast? Change it'. Press tile OPTIONS
pad, turn tile dial to select DISPIAY
SCROLL _1'21'21),press tile dial to
enmr, and follow the display
directions.
Reminder:
Use this feature to set an alarm beep
to sound at a specific the time of day.
Press the OPTIONS
pad, turn tile
dial to SET/CId:A R 1?I'2MINI)I'2R and
press the dial to enter. Turn the dial
to select the hour and press to enter.
Turn tile dial to select the minute
and press to enmr. Turn the dial to
select AM or PM and press to enten
To rmiew tile setting, turn tile dial
'_
_" ) RLI
71/ IINDLR
I
?
,and pless
to SL1/(J=L'AI,
the dial to enter. Turn the dial to
I?l_Vll_\:Vand
press
To cancel tile setting, turn tile dial
'_
_" ) RLI
71/ 11;\7)£R
I
?
,
to SL1/(J=L'AI,
and
pless
tile dial to enter. Turn tile dial to
CLEAR and press
{..{_tki.Lflat*m) to review tke cur'_znt
cooking .selections you kave .set.
Purview
I...............®
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36
....
1
Press the selector dial during
speedcooking or microwaxe cooking.
to enter.
to enter.
Other
Advantium
Features
,4dvanlium
U._eUlfis]i.,t,r_. to find o_.'t mor(. abo_t
yo,r ove_ ,rid itLj;.,t,n_.
Hdp
1. Piess the HELP
@@ G@ ®
..
t
Oven
The display _ill show a description
ff)I the progiam
you haxe chosen.
pad.
2. Turn the dial to select the f>ature
name. Press the dial to enter.
F_a_un L/D_o_d M U, HELt)jh_,:tion.
5;_', Be("/.,(r Y31.m(
AddM(d" 77_e
Back
Dda) 57.rI
B.ke
t_xpr_ s'.sCoot;
Bev(.r,g_" Rehe(_t
,'i(', CloH_
& _ Displ<r _S'p.d
Broil
CDUd Lo(ko,t
,%7owCook
(7<'m/Off
Coot<
5)'.,(._'d
C.ol_
C.ok t9, 7'in_e
Proqt Br_ad
Smr!/P..,se
C.okfiH('(,'t _ l'}_od
Rsk._
77,_e (bok
(5_._tom ,%)O_'<'d
Cool_
Rsi/.,,'.a
/ Lasf
7_,_,r On/O//"
Dd;..st
fOsun.
73.,st
D_Ji'.._'tIO' F.od 7}p_"
! _ 2
14,'f<rm/Pmqf
,-j f
Other
Advantium
,4dvanlium
U_(ov( _ from b(i_g" ax(id( _IaD_) ._I(nIed
or .._ed D) ci_$1dro_.
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0
+
.
+
GO
1
1. Press the TIMER
_,_d a
When the control pane! is locked,
(Z_tovU is LOCKED will be displayed
biieflv anytime a pad oi dia] is
pressed.
9. Turn the dial to select
Press the dial to emeL
o
o. Turn tile dial to select the
minutes,
Press the dial to emen
7D cal.:el
pad.
p_ s'.sTE_,{ER.
the hours.
An automatic
fhn protects
the oven
flom too much heat h_side the oxe_
( axitv.
It automaticalb
turns on at lov,speed
if it senses too "much heat.
38
Oven
Press
andhoktCi,EAR/OFFfbr
5 seccmds
to lock a_d m_k)ck.
77met
I...............®
Features
The fsn will automatically
_hen
the internal
I]-ia_;' stav
]
O1] _<)I
o0
turn off
pa_ts me cool. It
I]]iI]t/tes
afker the oxen) control
o-F I]]oFe
is tm_)ed
off.
(;are and (;leaning
4dvat_lium
Hel/ /:ug
An occasional
thocough
wiping with
a solution of baking soda m_d watec
keeps the inside fiesh.
Be certain
the oven control
turned off before
part of this oven.
How to
clean the
inside
()vet_
cleaning
is
any
Clean the inside of the oxen oftel_
for piopeI
heating peIfinma_ce.
CZ3 CZZ3 CZZ23 CZZD CZEZ3 CZ3
Some spatters can be [emoved _dth
a paper towel, others may require
a warm soapy cloth. Remove greasy
spatters with a sudsy cloth, the_
ril?se with a damp cloth.
Do
II()t
rise
abrasive
cleailers
sharp
utensils
Never
use a commercial
cleaner
on any part
Do not clean
or
on oxen walls.
oven
of your oven.
the inside
l+hl£
i r"
Floo_ In.dde l_/mdow
Metal and
Plastic ['art._ on flu Door
of the o_en
with metal scouring
pads. Pieces (an
bceak off the pad, (at_si_g electrical
sho(k.
P.?movable
turntable
The
area
tmdemeath
the turntable
shouht be (leaned
fcequently
to
axoid odors and smoking during
a cooking cycle.
The mrntal)le
cai_ be broken if
dropped.
Wash carefully i_ warm,
sudsy _ater. Dcy completely
a_d
repl ace.
To replace the turntable,
place its
center over the spindle in the center
of the oven and tmn it until it seats
7)on table
Do not u,s_
llu oven without the
tmntabl_
ir_place.
i_to place. (Make stHe the sr_ooth
side of the tmntat)le
is faci_g up and
that its center seats securely <m the
spindle.)
39
Care and Cleaning
4 dva t_liu _ ()vet_
Cooking trays
and baking
sheet
To prment
breakage,
allow the trays
to cool completely
before cleaning.
_'ash careflllly in warm, sudsy water
or ira tile dishwasher.
Do not use metal scouring pads
or abrasives, as they may damage
the finish. A soap-filled
scouring
pad may be used to clean tire trays.
Non-stick metal lrayjbr
.q)._dcookir_g
Clear g_ass tray,/iw
microwaving
Pal/bod
direclly o_ the
ahanirmm bakiz_g".sheetor_
lke wire ove_ rag:k, arid place
them
or_ the IIom,slick
metal
h'a_; whe_ bakinff o*_ lwo
lev{Ls, broili_"
o/ loa,sli_g"
.bod.s.
How to clean
the outside
We reeommend
against
deaners
with ammonia
using
or alcohol,
as
they can damage the appearance
of the
oven. {/'you ekoose to use a _r_m,non
household
eleaner_ fi_t
apply the cleaner
directly to a dean eloth_ then wipe the
soiled area.
Case
with a suds_ _cloth.
Rinse a_d then dry. Wipe
cleai_ _ith a damp'cloth.
(on
steel
Do not use a steel-wool
scratch the surface.
the v,b_dov,
pad; it will
SO_IZe
models)
1. Shake
.
Place
bottle
well.
a small amount
of CERAMA
BRYTE c'_'Stainless Steel Appliance
Cleaner on a damp cloth or damp
paper towel.
Clean a small area (approximately
• x o ), rubbing with tire grain of
tile stainless steel if applical)le.
?).
.
Dry arrd buff with a clean,
paper towel or soft cloth.
5. Repeat
NOTES:
as necessai
If a mineral
dry
appliance,
y.
dishwashing
liquid and wamr prior
to using tire CERAMA BRYTE ®
Stainless Smel Appliance
Cleaner.
'After washing tire surface with
dishwashing
liquid arrd water, use
a generous
amount of CERA_IA
BRYTE ® Stainless Smel Appliance
Cleaner to clean tile appliance.
To Order
To order
CE_
BRYTE ® Stainless
Steel Appliance
Cleaner,
our toll-free nunrber:
Parts
Center
please
call
800.626.2002
ge.com
oil-based
wash tile surface
It's important
to keep the area
clem_ where the door seals agab_st
the oven. [)se only mild, non-abrasive
detergents
applied with a clean
sp(mge or soft cloth. Rfi_se well.
National
stainless steel appliance
cleaner
has been used before to clean the
40
Wipe with a clea_ damp sponge.
DI T thoroughly.
Do not use cleanfi_g
sprays, large arr_oui_ts of soap and
water, abrasives or sharp objects cm
the pa_e!--they
ca_ damage it.
Door Frame
(]leai_ the outside
Stainless
Glass Control Panel and Door
(on some models)
with
CERAMA BRYTE ®
Stainless
Cleaner
Steel Appliance
...........
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Troubleshooting
Questions?
Problem
_/se thLs
HGHTS
prob#m
5,'O[7JgT
Possible
Causes
What To Do/Exphnation
Light during a
speedcook
cycle
dims and cycles on
and off_ even at fur
power levels
This is I3um_al.
Puwer level has been
automaticalN
3educed
because the c_ve33is hut.
* This is num_al. The oven senses the
heat leve! a33d adjusts automatically.
Light visible around
the door and outer
case while
This is 33<wmal.
* When the oven is on, light may
be visible a3om3d the doo3 a*3d
outer case.
The
* The fhn will autumaticallv
shut off
when the inter,3al pa3ts c_f the uve,3
have cooled.
speedcooMng
bAN
Fan continues
after cooking
to run
stops
uve*3 is cooli*3g.
Oven vent emi_ warm This is 33cwmal.
air while oven is on
Fan comes
using
on
This is ,3urinal.
the microwave
COOING
The oven makes
unusual sounds
while cooking
Clicks and liras bluwi33g
are normal. The relay
bua_d is tun3ing the "
cumpunems
cm and off.
* These
sum3ds are ,3rereal.
Smoke comes out
of the oven when
I open the door
Food is high in fi_t
content.
Ae3usul sp3 W
used cm the pans.
* Smoke is nu3mal
high-fi_t fbods.
Food is not fuR),
cooked or browned
at the end of a
cooking program
P3ug3ammed
times
may nut match the size
c. im_uunt of loud you
axe couking,
* Inc3ease or deciease
time fbr
done33ess cw at!just the uppe3 u3
lowe3 lamps fbr b3uwning and
doneness.
SENSOR ERROR
displayed
along with
an oven signal
Food amount u3 type
placed in the oven does
,_ot match the wogmm
that v, as set.
* P3ess the CLEAR/OFF
pad. Set the
oven program to match the loud or
liquid to be cooked oi heated.
Steam was ,3ut sensed by
the uve,3 because plasti(
wrap was not vented, a lid
too tight was on the dish
o3 a liquid was cove3ed.
* Ve33t plasti< wrap, use a louse3 lid
u_ m3co_er liquids whe33 cooki*3g o3"
heati*3g.
when
cooking
41
Troubleshooting
4dvat_Hum
Q,ue,s,tior_s ?
{Sse this
problem
,S'O['Ug_"
Problem
Possible
Causes
Ovet_
What To Do/Explanation
D1SPIAY
The
display
is blank
The clock display
been turned off.
has
* Check the OPTIONS
menu fl): clock
display settings. T_Fn the display on.
"Con&d isLOCIGf_D"
appears
in display
The control has
been locked.
* Press and hold CLEAR/OFF
}br
5 seconds to m_lock the c<mt:ol.
Control displ W is
lighted yet oven
will not start
Clock is not set.
* Set the clock.
Doo:" :_ot sectuelv
closed.
* Ope:_ the doo:
aI_d close secuIelv.
START/PAUSE
pad
:_ot pressed altei ented_g
cooking selectio:_.
* Press START/PA1,rSE.
Ai:other
selection already
e_te_ed in ove_ and
* Press CLEAR/OFF.
CLEAR/OFF
pad not
pressed to ca_ce! it.
OTHER
Size, quai_tity, or cookb_g
time _ot entered
after
ti_al selection.
* Make sure you have e_tered
time afte: selectb_g.
CLEAR/OFF
accidentally.
* Reset cookb_g
progiam
a,_d press
PROBLEMS
The door and inside
of the oven feels hot
The heat lamps
produce
i:_tense
i_ a small space,
Oven will not start
A fuse in your home
may be blow:: o:"the
cir(_:6t breaker
42
was pressed
cookh_g
heat
tripped.
* This is :_orma].
* Use oven mitts to :emove
whe_ ready.
* Replace
thse or reset
food whe_
circuit
b_eake_-
Consumer
Sen:ices
Ovet_
4dmlt_ium
W1U11L t?tO_?()_'Ya??L
CO??t
With the purchase
of your new M.fonogram appliance,
receive the
assurance
that if you ever need information
or assistance from GE,
we'll be there. All you have to do is eall
tolL fre!!
GE Answer
Center
Whatever
yore" question
about any Monogram
m@)r appIim_ce,
GE Answer Center <:
im_tbrmation service is aw_ilable to help. Yore" call--aml
vom" questiun--wiI]
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®
In the USA:
800.626.2000
In-Home
Service
Repair
In the USA:
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24 horn's
a day, 7 days a week.
In Canada,
call 838.830.3030
AGE cousumer
service pruiessiomd
will provide expert
repair serxice, scheduled
at a tm_e
that's c(mvem_iem_t tin" _oIL Mare' (;E C(msumer
Service compam_y-operated
locati(ms
()[_er
vim service today or tomorrow,
o_" at vom" conveNfieN_ce (7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. weekdays,
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Satm'days).
Ore" fi_ctorwtraim_ed tedmicim_s
know vom" appliam_ce
im_side am] ore--so
most repairs cam_ be hamiled
im_,jmt one visit.
In Canada:
888.880.3030
For Customers"
(;E
offers
Braille
co_]tro]s
['or a variety
o[" (;E
app]im]ces,
and
kitch en for
pers(m
a
With Special
Needs°.°
bmchure
to assist
...... i _ [)la _ _ h_,g a b;u'rie>free
with limited
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In the _S_A:
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Cousumers
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headug or speech who have access to a
TDD or a com,'e_ti(ma]
teletypewriter
ma} ca]] S00.TDD.(;E_C
(SO0.8BB.4B22)
to request
or service.
s
SECV'ON
Service
Contracts
In the _S_A:
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Yo_* cau
warrm_ty
have
the
secm'e
expires.
}ee]i_g
Pro'chase
receive
a s_d)sta_tia]
service
at today's
that
a GE
discum_t.
(;E
(o_sm_er
cow, tract
With
while
Service
will
yore" warfarin
a m_fltip]e-)ear
c(mtract,
still
be
there
_is still
i_ ef_i_ct
y(m're
assm'ed
after
yore"
aud
you'll
of futm'e
[)rices.
In Canada:
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Par_s and
Accessories
Individuals
directh'
qua]_fied
to their
GE (;-e_ ui _e
In the USA:
800.626.2002
In Canada:
888.880.3030
to service
home.
The
Re_ ewa]
Parts
thek
GE parts
are
fully
own
system
warrm_
appliances
provides
ted.
VISA,
ca_
have
access
parts
to over
MasterCard
ur accessories
47,000
sent
parts...a_d
a_ d Discover
cards
all
are
accepted.
User maintenance
instructions
contained
m this manual cover procedures
intended
to be
performed
by any user. Other servicing generally
should he referred
to qualified
service
persmmeL
Caution must be exercised,
since in,proper
servicing may cause unsafe operation.
43
Warranty
for Custonlers
in the USA
A dva _li.
YOUR
MONOGRAM
ADVANTIUM
OVEN
m Ove_
WARRANTY
Staple sales slip or cancelled check here. Proof of original
date is needed to obtain service under warranty.
WHAT IS
COVERED
l_}vm the Date
of the O'rz_ginal
Purchase
purchase
FULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTY
For one year fi'om (late of original purchase, we will provide, flee of charge, parts and service
labor in your home to repair or replace a_O,part q/'the 0z,e_ that fifils because of a delect in materials
or workmanship.
FULL TEN-YF_tR WARRAN TY
For ten years fi'om (late of original purchase,
we will provide, fi'ee of charge, parts and service
labor in your home to repair or replace the heati) N" ,_ystemif any heater or lamp lifils because of a
delect in materials or workmanship.
LIMITED
TEN-YEAR WARRANTY
From the second through
the tenth yeac we will provide, fi'ee of charge, parts to replace
the magmeh'm_ tube if it fifils because of a defect in materials or workmanship.
"Y))u pay fl)r
the service trip to your home and lot service labor charges.
•
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This warrant\ is extended
to the original purchaser
and any succeeding
owner li)r products
purchased
li)r ordinary home use in the 48 mainland
states, Hawaii and \,\._shington, D.C.
In Alaska the warrant\
is the same except that it is I,IMITED because you must pay to ship
the product to the service shop or fl)r the service technician's
travel costs to your home.
All warrant_
Customer
service
Care:
Should
_our
800.444.1845.
WHAT
IS NOT
COVERED
will
be proxided
serxicers
appliance
during
need
• Service trips to your home
to use the product.
b) our
normal
serxice,
during
Serxice
Centers
period
or be)on(l,
• Failure
of the
its intended
fuses or resetting
• Improper
delivery
of
• Incidental
by possible
• Damage to the product caused
fire, floods or acts of God.
or maintenance.
or b_ our
authorized
hours.
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to teach you how
• Replacement
of house
circuit breakers.
installation,
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working
• Damage
in the
product
purpose
U.S.A
if it is used
or used
or consequential
defects
caused
call
damage
with this
after
for other
than
commercially.
caused
appliance.
delivery.
by accident,
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential
damages, so the
aboxe limitation or exclusion ma) not apply to you. This warranty gixes you specific legal rights, and
you may also have other rights which vary li'om state to state. To know what your legal rights are in
your state, consult your local or state consumer
allhirs office or \_)ur state's Attorney General.
Warrantor:
General
Electric
Company,
Louisville,
KY 40225
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GE Co_Isttmer & t_IdvstriM
GE Appliances
general Elecnic (;ompany
Louisville, KY40225
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06-05 JR
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