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BUILT-IN HIGH SPEED MICROWAVE OVEN
Use & Care Guide
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Table of Contents............................................................................................................ 2
Models KBHC109 KBHC179 KEHC309 KEHC379 YKEHC309 YKBHC109
4453217B
TABLE OF CONTENTS
MICROWAVE OVEN SAFETY .................................................... 3
Electrical Requirements ...............................................................5
PARTS AND FEATURES................................................................5
Grids .............................................................................................6
Crisper Pan and Handle...............................................................6
ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL................................................ 7
Display(s) ......................................................................................8
Easy Minute, Start........................................................................8
Upper Oven Cancel and Cancel Off ............................................8
Clock ............................................................................................8
Tones............................................................................................8
Fahrenheit and Celsius.................................................................9
Timer.............................................................................................9
Control Lock.................................................................................9
Number Codes.............................................................................9
Help Prompts ...............................................................................9
HIGH SPEED COOKING ................................................................9
MICROWAVE OVEN USE ............................................................14
Food Characteristics ..................................................................14
Cooking Guidelines ....................................................................14
Cookware and Dinnerware ........................................................14
Aluminum Foil and Metal ...........................................................15
Cooking Power...........................................................................15
Cooking ......................................................................................16
Cooking in Stages......................................................................16
Crisper Pan Frying......................................................................16
Custom Reheat ..........................................................................17
Custom Defrost ..........................................................................17
Popcorn......................................................................................18
Keeping Food Warm ..................................................................18
Crisp ...........................................................................................19
Broil ............................................................................................19
Convection Cooking...................................................................20
OVEN CARE ..................................................................................23
General Cleaning........................................................................23
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................24
ASSISTANCE OR SERVICE.........................................................25
In the U.S.A. ...............................................................................25
In Canada ...................................................................................25
WARRANTY ..................................................................................28
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MICROWAVE OVEN SAFETY
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all
safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word “DANGER” or
“WARNING.” These words mean:
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't
immediately follow instructions.
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't
follow instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you
what can happen if the instructions are not followed.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using electrical appliances basic safety precautions should be followed, including the following:
WARNING: To reduce the risk of burns, electric
shock, fire, injury to persons, or exposure to excessive
microwave energy:
■ Read all instructions before using the microwave
oven.
■ Read and follow the specific “PRECAUTIONS TO
AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
MICROWAVE ENERGY” found in this section.
■ The microwave oven must be grounded. Connect
only to properly grounded outlet. See “GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS” found in this section.
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■
■
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Install or locate the microwave oven only in accordance with the provided Installation Instructions.
Some products such as whole eggs in the shell and
sealed containers – for example, closed glass jars –
may explode and should not be heated in the
microwave oven.
Use the microwave oven only for its intended use as
described in this manual. Do not use corrosive
chemicals or vapors in the microwave oven. This
type of oven is specifically designed to heat, cook,
or dry food. It is not designed for industrial or laboratory use.
Oversized foods or oversized metal utensils should
not be inserted in the microwave oven as they may
create a fire or risk of electric shock.
■
Do not clean with metal scouring pads. Pieces can
burn off the pad and touch electrical parts involving
a risk of electric shock.
■
Do not store any materials, other than manufacturer's
recommended accessories, in this oven when not in
use.
Do not operate the microwave oven if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, or if it
has been damaged or dropped.
■ Do not deep fry in oven. Microwavable utensils are
not suitable and it is difficult to maintain appropriate
deep frying temperatures.
■
■
Do not use paper products when appliance is
operated in the "PAN BROWN" mode.
■
Do not cover racks or any other part of the oven with
metal foil. This will cause overheating of the oven.
■
As with any appliance, close supervision is necessary
when used by children.
The microwave oven should be serviced only by
qualified service personnel. Contact nearest authorized service company for examination, repair, or
adjustment.
■ Do not cover or block any openings on the
microwave oven.
■
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
■
Do not store the microwave oven outdoors. Do not
use this product near water - for example, near a
kitchen sink, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like.
■
See door surface cleaning instructions in the “Oven
Care” section.
■
To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity:
– Do not overcook food. Carefully attend the microwave oven if paper, plastic, or other combustible
materials are placed inside the oven to facilitate
cooking.
– Remove wire twist-ties from paper or plastic bags
before placing bags in oven.
– If materials inside the oven should ignite, keep
oven door closed, turn oven off, and disconnect the
power cord, or shut off power at the fuse or circuit
breaker panel.
– Do not use the cavity for storage purposes. Do not
leave paper products, cooking utensils, or food in
the cavity when not in use.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY...
(a) Do not attempt to operate this oven with the door
open since open-door operation can result in
harmful exposure to microwave energy. It is
important not to defeat or tamper with the
safety interlocks.
(b) Do not place any object between the oven front
face and the door or allow soil or cleaner residue
to accumulate on sealing surfaces.
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(c) Do not operate the oven if it is damaged. It is
particularly important that the oven door close
properly and that there is no damage to the:
(1) Door (bent),
(2) Hinges and latches (broken or loosened),
(3) Door seals and sealing surfaces.
(d) The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by
anyone except properly qualified service personnel.
Electrical Requirements
The microwave oven is connected to a 110-volt side of the 240volt circuit required for the lower oven. If the incoming voltage to
the microwave oven is less than 110 volts cooking times may be
longer. Have a qualified electrician check your electrical system.
PARTS AND FEATURES
This manual covers different models. The oven you have
purchased may have some or all of the parts and features listed.
The location and appearance of the features shown here may not
match your model.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
■
For all cord connected appliances:
The microwave oven must be grounded. In the event
of an electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the
risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for
the electric current. The microwave oven is equipped
with a cord having a grounding wire with a grounding
plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is
properly installed and grounded.
WARNING: Improper use of the grounding plug can
result in a risk of electric shock. Consult a qualified
electrician or serviceman if the grounding instructions
are not completely understood, or if doubt exists as to
whether the microwave oven is properly grounded.
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11
2
12
3
4
5
Do not use an extension cord. If the power supply cord
is too short, have a qualified electrician or serviceman
install an outlet near the microwave oven.
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For a permanently connected appliance:
This appliance must be connected to a grounded,
metallic, permanent wiring system, or an equipment
grounding conductor should be run with the circuit
conductors and connected to the equipment
grounding terminal or lead on the appliance.
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1. Light (inaccessible, in ceiling)
2. Convection Element and Fan
(hidden behind back panel)
3. Turntable
4. Turntable Support
(under turntable)
5. Metal Shielded Window
6. Door Handle
7. Lower Oven (on combination
models, see separate Use and
Care Guide)
8. Oven Control
9. Door Safety Lock System
10. Broil Element (hidden in
ceiling)
11. Dual Microwave Emission
12. Cooking Guide Labels
Parts and Features not shown
Broiling Grid
Convection Grid
Crisper Pan and Handle
This unit must be connected to a
240-volt circuit.
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Grids
■
Grids will become hot. Always use oven mitts or pot holders
when handling.
■
Never allow the grids to touch the inside cavity walls, ceiling
or floor.
■
Always use the turntable.
■
Never use another metal object with the grids.
■
Two level cooking is not recommended.
■
See “Assistance or Service” section to reorder.
Broiling Grid (long legs)
The broiling grid places food close to the broil element, making it
ideal for fast browning of small amounts of food. Use for Broiling
only.
Convection Grid (short legs)
The convection grid provides optimal heat circulation for High
Speed Cooking and Convection Cooking.
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Crisper Pan and Handle
The crisper pan is ideal for rapidly browning and crisping the
bottom of the food, such as cookies and pizza.
The material coating the bottom absorbs microwaves and
transfers the heat to the pan and food. The crisper pan reaches
436°F (210°C) in approximately 3 minutes, at which time it stops
absorbing microwaves and holds this optimal frying temperature.
■ The crisper pan will become hot. Always use the handle and
oven mitts or pot holders when handling.
■
Never allow the crisper pan or handle to touch the inside
cavity walls, ceiling or floor.
■
Always use the turntable.
■
Never use another metal object with the crisper pan.
■
The crisper pan is designed specifically for this oven. Do not
use it in any other oven.
■
Use only wooden or plastic cooking utensils to help prevent
scratches.
■
See “Assistance or Service” section to reorder.
ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL
COMBINATION OVEN MODELS
1. Lower Oven Display
2. Number Pads
3. Control Lock
4. Upper Oven Display
5. Clock
6. Timer
7. Lower Oven Selectors (see separate Use
and Care Guide)
8. Quantity
9. Lower Oven Light
10. Microwave Popcorn
11. Microwave Cooking Power
12. Microwave Reheating
13. Broiling
14. Microwave Defrosting
15. Crisping
16. Convection Cooking
17. High Speed Cooking
18. Upper Oven Cancel
19. Upper Oven Start and Easy Minute
SINGLE OVEN MODEL
1. Microwave Popcorn
2. Microwave Reheating
3. Microwave Defrosting
4. High Speed Cooking
5. Microwave Cooking Power
6. Broiling
7. Crisping
8. Convection Cooking
9. Number Pads
10. Control Lock
11. Display
12. Start and Easy Minute
13. Clock
14. Cancel Off
15. Timer
16. Quantity
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Display(s)
When power is first supplied to the appliance, everything on the
display(s) will light up for 5 seconds. Then, “PF id = 27” or
“PF id = 30” will appear. Touch LOWER OVEN CANCEL, UPPER
OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF (on some models) to clear
display(s).
Any other time “PF id = 27” or “PF id = 30” appears, a power
failure occurred. Touch LOWER OVEN CANCEL, UPPER OVEN
CANCEL or CANCEL OFF (on some models) and reset the clock
if needed.
Lower Oven Display (combination oven models)
When the lower oven is in use, this display shows the lower oven
temperature, heat source(s) and start time.
During lower oven Timed Cooking, this display also shows a
vertical bar and minute time countdown and the stop time (if
entered).
If “Err” appears on the display, an invalid pad was touched.
Touch LOWER OVEN CANCEL, UPPER OVEN CANCEL or
CANCEL OFF (on some models) and retry the entry.
When the lower oven is not in use, this display is blank.
Upper Oven Display (combination oven models),
Display (single oven models)
When the upper oven or single oven is in use, this display shows
the upper oven or single oven heat source(s), cooking power,
quantities, weights and/or help prompts.
If “RETRY” flashes on the display for one second, an invalid pad
was touched. Retry the entry.
When the upper oven or single oven is not in use, this display
shows the time of day or Timer countdown.
Easy Minute, Start
Starting
The EASY MINUTE START pad begins any upper or single oven
function except the Timer. If not touched within 5 seconds after
touching a pad, “START?” will appear on the display as a
reminder. If not touched within 5 minutes after touching a pad,
the display will return to the time of day mode and the
programmed function will be canceled. If cooking is interrupted,
touching EASY MINUTE START will resume the preset cycle.
Clock
This is a 12-hour clock and does not show a.m. or p.m.
To Set:
Before setting, make sure the ovens, Timer and Timed Cooking
are off.
1. Touch CLOCK SET • START.
2. Touch the number pads to set the time of day.
3. Touch CLOCK SET • START, START or EASY MINUTE START.
To remove the time of day from the display: Touch and hold
CLOCK SET • START for 5 seconds.
To return the time of day to the display: Touch CLOCK
SET • START. The time should not have to be reset.
Tones
Tones are audible signals, indicating the following:
One tone
■
Valid pad touch
■
Oven is preheated
■
Function has been entered
Three tones
■
Invalid pad touch
Four tones
■
End-of-cycle
■
Reminder, repeating each minute after the end-of-cycle tones
All Tones (combination oven models only)
All of the above tones are preset on, but can be turned off.
To Turn Off/On: Touch and hold STOP TIME for 5 seconds. A
tone will sound and “Snd oFF” will appear on the lower oven
display for 3 seconds. Repeat to change back to “Snd on.”
Tone Volume
The volume is preset at high, but can be changed to low.
To Change: Touch and hold the number pad “7” for 5 seconds. A
tone will sound and “Snd Lo” will appear on the lower oven
display for 3 seconds. Repeat to change back to “Snd HI.”
Adding Minutes
During High Speed Cooking, Crisping and Broiling, touching
EASY MINUTE START while the oven is operating will add cook
time in one minute increments.
During Microwave Cooking, touching EASY MINUTE START
while the oven is operating, or at the end of a cycle, will add cook
time in one minute increments.
During Convection Cooking, touching EASY MINUTE START will
not add minutes.
Upper Oven Cancel and Cancel Off
The UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF pad stops any
upper or single oven function except for the Clock, Timer and
Control Lock.
The oven will also turn off when the door is opened. When the
door is opened, the element(s) and fan will turn off, but the oven
light will remain on. Close the door and touch EASY MINUTE
START to resume the cycle.
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REMINDER TONES
The Timer and Timed Cooking reminder tones are preset on, but
can be turned off. Reminder tones do not include end-of-cycle
tones. On combination oven models, if “All Tones” have been
turned off, the reminder tones cannot be independently turned
on.
Timer
To Turn Tones Off/On: Touch and hold TIMER SET • START until
a tone sounds. Repeat to turn back on.
Timed Cooking (combination oven models only)
To Turn Tones Off/On: Touch and hold COOK TIME until a tone
sounds and the lower oven display returns to inactive mode
(blank). Repeat to turn back on.
Fahrenheit and Celsius
Help Prompts
(combination oven models only)
Help prompts are visible messages that appear on the upper
oven display on combination oven models or the display on
single oven models. Only Crisping and Broiling help prompts can
be turned off.
Before turning help prompts on/off, the oven(s), Timer and, on
combination oven models, the lower oven Timed Cooking must
be off.
To Turn Off/On: Touch and hold the number pad “2” for 5
seconds. A tone will sound and either “HELP OFF” or “HELP ON”
will flash on the upper oven display on combination oven models
or the display on single oven models for 3 seconds. Repeat for
desired option.
The temperature is preset in Fahrenheit, however it can be
changed to Celsius.
To Change: Touch and hold BROIL • MAXI •• ECONO for 5
seconds. A tone will sound and “C°” will appear on the display for
3 seconds. Repeat to change back to Fahrenheit.
When in Fahrenheit, “°F” follows the oven temperature.
When in Celsius, only “°” follows the oven temperature.
Timer
The Timer can be set in minutes and seconds or hours and
minutes, and counts down the set time. The Timer does not start
or stop the oven.
HIGH SPEED
COOKING
To Set:
1. Touch TIMER SET • START.
Touch again to switch between MIN/SEC and HR/MIN.
If no action is taken after one minute, the display will return to
the time of day mode.
2. Touch the number pads to set length of time.
3. Touch TIMER SET • START or EASY MINUTE START.
If not touched within 5 seconds, the display will return to the
time of day mode and the programmed function will be
canceled.
When the set time ends, if enabled, end-of-cycle tones will
sound, then reminder tones will sound every minute.
4. Touch TIMER CANCEL anytime to cancel the Timer and/or
stop reminder tones.
Remember, touching the OFF/CANCEL pad(s) will turn the
respective oven(s) off.
The time can be reset during the countdown by repeating the
above steps.
Control Lock
The Control Lock shuts down the control panel pads to prevent
unintended use of the oven(s).
When the control is locked, only the CLOCK SET • START, TIMER
SET • START and TIMER CANCEL pads will function.
The Control Lock is preset unlocked, but can be locked.
To Lock/Unlock Control: Before locking, make sure the oven(s),
Timer and Timed Cooking are off. Touch and hold the number
pad 3 CONTROL LOCK until “CONTROL LOCK” and a picture of
a lock appear on the display, about 3 seconds. Repeat to unlock
and remove “CONTROL LOCK” from the display.
Number Codes
The oven is preset with shortcut number codes for High Speed
and Microwave Cooking. A number code includes one or more of
the following; cooking power, cook time and food quantity or
weight. See the code charts in the “High Speed Cooking,”
“Reheating,” “Defrosting” and “Popcorn” sections for additional
information.
1. Broil element
2. Convection element and fan
3. Dual microwave emission
High Speed Cooking uses the broil element, convection element
and fan and microwaves. All cycle on and off in intervals.
■ Bakeware and the interior oven surfaces, including the door,
will become hot.
■
Always use an instant read meat thermometer to determine
doneness of meat and poultry.
■
Use non-metallic, oven proof glass, ceramic or plastic
approved for conventional oven use.
■
Covers are not necessary unless recommended in recipe.
If recommended, use a casserole dish and its lid for optimal
results.
■
Do not use covers or containers made of foil, paper, waxed
paper or plastic not recommended for use in a conventional
oven.
■
When roasting, meats and poultry will spatter. Plastic oven
bags designed for conventional oven use can be used for
easier cleanup. Follow manufacturer’s recommendations.
■
When using the crisper pan or convection grid, place them
directly on the turntable.
■
Select tender cuts of meat for optimal cooking results.
■
Arrange pieces of food in a single layer on the crisper pan or
baking dish.
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To Use:
Before High Speed Cooking, put food in the oven and close the
door. Preheating is not necessary.
1. Touch ULTIMA COOK.
2. Touch the number pads to enter the food code from the chart.
If “WGT” or “QTY” appears on the display, touch the number
pads to enter the quantity or weight from the chart or touch 0
QUANTITY to increase the weight in increments from the
chart.
3. Touch EASY MINUTE START or wait 5 seconds for oven to
turn on automatically.
The display will countdown the cook time.
When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display. If
enabled, end-of-cycle tones will sound, then reminder tones
will sound every minute.
4. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
oven door when finished cooking to clear the display.
FOOD
CODE
QUANTITY OR WEIGHT/
INSTRUCTIONS
Lasagna,
Freshly
Made
28
No quantity entry required.
Use recipe that makes about 8 cups
(2 L) and an 11x7 in. (28x18 cm)
baking dish. Place convection grid
on turntable, then baking dish on
grid.
CONVENIENCE FOODS, FROZEN
Chicken
Breast
Tenders
54
5 to 20 pieces
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Chicken
Nuggets
55
6 to 26 pieces
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Chicken
Wings,
Buffalo Hot
49
.5-1.5 lbs (227-680 g) in .25 lb (113
g) increments)
Place in baking dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid.
Dinners
43
6.5-16.5 oz (184-468 g) in .5 oz (14
g) increments
Follow package instructions for
venting of plastic film. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
dinner on grid.
Egg Rolls
47
1 to 8 pieces, 3 oz (85 g) each
Place egg rolls directly on
convection grid, then grid on
turntable.
Egg Rolls,
Mini
48
6 to 24 pieces
Place egg rolls on crisper pan and
crisper pan on turntable.
Entrée
29
10-45 oz (283 g-1.3 kg) in .5 oz (14
g) increments
Loosen plastic film covering. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
entrée on grid.
Fish
Portions,
Battered
41
2 to 8 pieces, about 2 oz (57 g) each
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Fish Sticks,
Breaded
42
No quantity entry required.
Use 4 to 18 pieces. Arrange on
crisper pan. Place on turntable.
French Fries
44
3-12 oz (85-340 g) in 1 oz (28 g)
increments
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
HIGH SPEED COOKING CHART
Preset cooking times have been carefully determined, however
individual tastes vary. If cooking results are not desirable after the
cycle is over, code number 69 will add two additional minutes of
cook time. It can be used multiple times. Also, check the food a
few minutes before the cycle ends to help avoid overcooking.
FOOD
CODE
QUANTITY OR WEIGHT/
INSTRUCTIONS
BISCUITS AND ROLLS
Biscuits,
Large,
Refrigerated
60
5 or 8
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Biscuits,
Small,
Refrigerated
59
6 or 12
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Cinnamon
Rolls, Large,
Refrigerated
62
No quantity entry required.
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Cinnamon
Rolls, Small,
Refrigerated
61
5 or 8
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Orange
Sweet Rolls,
Refrigerated
63
No quantity entry required.
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
CASSEROLES
Casserole,
Freshly
Made
Entrée,
Frozen
10
27
29
4-10 cups (1-2.5 L) in 1 cup (250
mL) increments
Place in casserole dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
casserole dish on grid.
10-45 oz (283 g-1.3 kg) in .5 oz (14
g) increments
Loosen plastic film covering. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
entrée on grid.
FOOD
CODE
QUANTITY OR WEIGHT/
INSTRUCTIONS
FOOD
CODE
QUANTITY OR WEIGHT/
INSTRUCTIONS
Onion Rings
57
4-16 oz (113-454 g) in 1 oz (28 g)
increments
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Fruit Crisp
38
2 or 3 qts. (2 or 3 L)
Place in baking dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid.
Pizza
40
6, 9 and 12 in. (15, 23 and 30 cm)
diameter
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
MEATS
Beef Roast,
Boneless
16
1.5-5 lbs (680-907 g) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Shake 1 T (15 mL) of flour in oven
bag. Put roast in bag and close with
plastic tie. Cut 6 small slits in top of
bag. Place in baking dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid.
Meatballs
20
No quantity entry required.
Shape meat mixture into 20, 1¹⁄₂ in.
(4 cm) meatballs. Place in baking
dish. Place convection grid on
turntable, then baking dish on grid.
Meat Loaf
18
1.5-2 lbs (680-907 g) of meat in .25
lb (113 g) increments
Place meat loaf in a glass baking
dish. Small in a 8.5x 4.5 in. (21.5x11
cm) dish. Large in a 9x5 in. (23x13
cm) dish. Place convection grid on
turntable, then baking dish on grid.
Meat Loaf
and 6
Potatoes
19
No quantity entry required.
Place meat loaf made with 1¹⁄₂ lbs
(680 g) of meat in an 8.5x4.5 in.
(21.5x11 cm) baking dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid. Prick skins of
potatoes and arrange on grid
around the meat loaf dish.
Swiss Steak
17
1-2 lbs (454 g-1 kg) in .25 lb (113 g)
increments
Follow recipe instructions, browning
meat in a skillet. Place meat in
baking dish. Add other recipe
ingredients to dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid.
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1-2.5 lbs (454 g-1 kg) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Shake 1 T (15 mL) of flour in oven
bag. Put leg of lamb in bag and
close with plastic tie. Cut 6 small
slits in top of bag. Place convection
grid on turntable, then baking dish
on grid.
Pizza Rolls,
Mini
53
6 to 24 pieces
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Potato
Nuggets
46
3-12 oz (85-340 g) in 1 oz (28 g)
increments
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Potato
Wedges
45
3-12 oz (85-340 g) in 1 oz (28 g)
increments
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
DESSERTS
Baked
Apples
37
2 to 8 pieces
Place in baking dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid.
Bread
Pudding
39
No quantity entry required.
Place in 2 qt. (2 L) casserole dish.
Place convection grid on turntable,
then baking dish on grid.
Brownies
51
No quantity entry required.
Use amount of batter for a 9x13 in.
(23x33 cm) dish. Spray crisper pan
with nonstick cooking spray and
dust with dry bread crumbs. Spread
batter into crisper pan. Place crisper
pan on turntable.
Cake
Cookies,
Refrigerated
Dough
50
64
Beef
No quantity entry required.
Use amount of batter for a 9x13 in.
(23x33 cm) dish. Spray crisper pan
with nonstick cooking spray and
dust with dry bread crumbs. Spread
batter into crisper pan. Place crisper
pan on turntable.
No quantity entry required.
Drop rounded teaspoonful (5 mL) of
cookie dough on crisper pan. Pan
will hold 12 cookies at a time. Place
crisper pan on turntable.
Lamb
Leg of
Lamb,
Boneless
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FOOD
CODE
QUANTITY OR WEIGHT/
INSTRUCTIONS
Pork
Ham, Fully
Cooked,
Boneless
25
1-4.5 lbs (454 g-2 kg) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Shake 1 T (15 mL) of flour in oven
bag. Put ham and ¹⁄₂ cup (125 mL)
water in bag. Close with plastic tie
and cut 6 small slits in top of bag.
Place in baking dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid.
Pork Chops,
Bone-in,
³⁄₄ in. (2 cm)
thick
23
Pork Chops,
Boneless,
³⁄₄ in. (2 cm)
thick
24
.3-1.6 lbs (136 g-2 kg) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Place in baking dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid.
Pork Roast,
Bone-in
21
2.5-4.5 lbs (1-2 kg) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Shake 1 T (15 mL) of flour in oven
bag. Put pork roast in bag and close
with plastic tie. Cut 6 small slits in
top of bag. Place in baking dish.
Place convection grid on turntable,
then baking dish on grid.
Pork Roast,
Boneless
22
1-5 lbs (454 g-2 kg) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Shake 1 T (15 mL) of flour in oven
bag. Put pork roast in bag and close
with plastic tie. Cut 6 small slits in
top of bag. Place in baking dish.
Place convection grid on turntable,
then baking dish on grid.
.4-1.5 lbs (181-680 g) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Place in baking dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid.
FOOD
CODE
QUANTITY OR WEIGHT/
INSTRUCTIONS
Chicken
Wings,
Buffalo Hot,
Frozen
49
.5-1.5 lbs (227-680 g) in .25 lb
(113 g) increments
Place in baking dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid.
Chicken,
Whole
10
3-5.5 lbs (1.3-2.5 kg) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Shake 1 T (15 mL) of flour in oven
bag. Put chicken in bag and close
with plastic tie. Cut 6 small slits in
top of bag. Place in baking dish.
Place convection grid on turntable,
then baking dish on grid.
Cornish
Hens
15
1.5-4.5 lbs (680 g-2 kg) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Shake 1 T (15 mL) of flour in oven
bag. Put hen(s) in bag and close
with plastic tie. Cut 6 small slits in
top of bag. Place in baking dish.
Place convection grid on turntable
and baking dish on grid.
Turkey
Breast,
Bone-in
14
2-6.5 lbs (907 g-3 kg) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Shake 1 T (15 mL) of flour in oven
bag. Put breast in bag and close
with plastic tie. Cut 6 small slits in
top of bag. Place in baking dish.
Place convection grid on turntable,
then baking dish on grid. If too tall,
do not use grid.
Turkey,
Whole,
Unstuffed
13
10-12 lbs (4.5-5.5 kg) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Shake 1 T (15 mL) of flour in oven
bag. Put turkey in bag and close
with plastic tie. Cut 6 small slits in
top of bag. Place in baking dish.
Place convection grid on turntable,
then baking dish on grid. If too tall,
do not use grid.
Fish Fillets,
³⁄₄ in. (2 cm)
thick
67
.4-1.2 lbs (181-544 g) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Spray crisper pan with nonstick
cooking spray. Place fish on crisper
pan and crisper pan on turntable.
Fish
Portions,
Battered,
Frozen,
about 2 oz
(57 g) each
41
2 to 8 pieces
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Fish Steaks,
1 in. (2.5 cm)
thick
68
.3-1.3 lbs (136-590 g) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Spray crisper pan with nonstick
cooking spray. Place fish on crisper
pan and crisper pan on turntable.
POULTRY
Chicken
Breasts,
Boneless,
Skinless
12
Chicken
Breast
Tenders,
Frozen
54
Chicken
Nuggets,
Frozen
55
6 to 26 pieces
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Chicken
Pieces,
Bone-in,
with Skin
11
.5-2 lbs (227-907 g) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Place in baking dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid.
12
.2-2 lbs (91-907 g) in .1 lb (45 g)
increments
Place in baking dish. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid.
5 to 20 pieces
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
SEAFOOD
FOOD
CODE
QUANTITY OR WEIGHT/
INSTRUCTIONS
FOOD
CODE
QUANTITY OR WEIGHT/
INSTRUCTIONS
Fish Sticks,
Breaded,
Frozen
42
No quantity entry required.
Use 4 to 18 pieces. Arrange on
crisper pan. Place on turntable.
Potato
Wedges,
Frozen
45
3-12 oz (85-340 g) in 1 oz (28 g)
increments
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Shrimp,
Raw,
Shelled
52
.25-1 lbs (113-454 g) in .25 lb
(113 g) increments
Spray crisper pan with nonstick
cooking spray. Place shrimp on
crisper pan and crisper pan on
turntable.
Roasted
Potatoes,
Coating Mix,
3¹⁄₂ cups
(875 mL)
cubed
potatoes
34
No quantity entry required.
Follow coating mix package
directions. Place in baking dish.
Place convection grid on turntable,
then baking dish on grid.
Roasted
Vegetables
36
2-8 cups (500 mL-2 L) in 1 cup
(250 mL) increments
Cut fresh vegetables in bite-size
pieces. Toss with olive or cooking oil
and seasonings. Place in baking
dish. Place convection grid on
turntable, then baking dish on grid.
VEGETABLES
Baked
Potatoes,
Large, White
30
1 to 8 potatoes
Pierce skins. Place on convection
grid and grid on turntable.
Baked
Potatoes,
SmallMedium,
White
31
1 to 8 potatoes
Pierce skins. Place on convection
grid and grid on turntable.
Baked
Sweet
Potatoes,
Large
32
1 to 6 potatoes
Cut off thin, dried ends. Pierce
skins. Place on convection grid and
grid on turntable.
Baked
Sweet
Potatoes,
SmallMedium
33
1 to 6 potatoes
Cut off thin, dried ends. Pierce
skins. Place on convection grid and
grid on turntable.
French
Fries, Frozen
44
3-12 oz (85-340 g) in 1 oz (28 g)
increments
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Onion Rings,
Frozen
57
4-16 oz (113-454 g) in 1 oz (28 g)
increments
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Potato
Mixes, Dry,
Scalloped or
Au Gratin
35
No quantity entry required.
Follow package directions. Place
convection grid on turntable, then
baking dish on grid.
Potato
Nuggets,
Frozen
46
3-12 oz (85-340 g) in 1 oz (28 g)
increments
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Potato Skins
65
No quantity entry required.
Bake 1¹⁄₂ lbs (680 g) potatoes.
Scoop out insides leaving a ³⁄₈ in.
(1 cm) shell. Brush both sides with
butter. Place skins on crisper pan
and crisper pan on turntable. With 1
minute of cooking time remaining,
add toppings if desired.
MISCELLANEOUS
Cook 2
minutes
longer
69
No quantity entry required.
Gives 2 more minutes of cooking
time. Use this code to finish cooking
foods not done to your liking. May
be used more than once.
Hot Dogs
56
2 to 10 pieces, .1 lb (45 g) each
Arrange on crisper pan. Place on
turntable.
Nachos
58
No quantity entry required.
Use 8 oz (227 g) chips, salsa,
cheese and other toppings to create
your own nachos. Place in baking
dish. Place convection grid on
turntable, then baking dish on grid.
Pizza
Reheat
66
1 to 4 pieces
Place pizza slices on crisper pan
and crisper pan on turntable.
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MICROWAVE OVEN
USE
A magnetron in the oven produces microwaves which reflect off
the metal floor, walls and ceiling and pass through the turntable
and appropriate cookware to the food. Microwaves are attracted
to and absorbed by fat, sugar and water molecules in the food,
causing them to move, producing friction and heat which cooks
the food.
■ Never lean on or allow children to swing on the oven door.
■
Do not operate microwave oven when it is empty.
■
Heated liquids can splash out during and after heating. Use
of a wooden stir stick placed in the cup or bowl during
heating may help to avoid this.
Cooking Guidelines
Covering
Covering food helps retain moisture, shorten cook time and
reduce spattering. Use the lid supplied with cookware. If lid is not
available, wax paper, paper towels or plastic wrap approved for
microwaves may be used. Plastic wrap should be turned back at
one corner to provide an opening to vent steam.
Stirring and Turning
Stirring and turning redistributes heat evenly to avoid
overcooking the outer edges of food. Stir from outside to center.
If possible, turn food over from bottom to top.
Arranging
If heating irregularly shaped or different sized foods, the thinner
parts and smaller sizes should be arranged toward the center. If
cooking several items of the same size and shape, place them in
a ring pattern, leaving the center of the ring empty.
■
The turntable must be in place and correct side up when
oven is in use. Do not use if turntable is chipped or broken.
See “Assistance or Service” section to reorder.
■
Baby bottles and baby food jars should not be heated in the
oven.
■
Clothes, flowers, fruit, herbs, wood, gourds, paper, including
brown paper bags and newspaper should not be dried in the
oven.
■
Do not use the microwave oven for canning, sterilizing or
deep frying. The oven cannot maintain appropriate
temperatures.
■
Paraffin wax will not melt in the oven because it does not
absorb microwaves.
Standing Time
■
Use oven mitts or pot holders when removing containers from
oven.
Food will continue to cook by the natural conduction of heat even
after the microwave cycle ends. The length of standing time
depends on the volume and density of the food.
■
Do not overcook potatoes. At the end of the recommended
cook time, potatoes should be slightly firm. Let potatoes
stand for five minutes. They will finish cooking while standing.
■
Do not cook or reheat whole eggs or eggs inside the shell.
Steam buildup in whole eggs may cause them to burst. Cover
poached eggs and allow a standing time.
Food Characteristics
Piercing
Before heating, use a fork or small knife to pierce or prick foods
that have a skin or membrane, such as potatoes, egg yolks,
chicken livers, hot dogs, and sausage. Prick in several places to
allow steam to vent.
Shielding
Use small, flat pieces of aluminum foil to shield the thin pieces of
irregularly shaped foods, bones and foods such as chicken
wings, leg tips and fish tail. See “Aluminum Foil and Metal” first.
Cookware and Dinnerware
Cookware and dinnerware must fit on the turntable. Always use
oven mitts or pot holders when handling because any dish may
become hot from heat transferred from the food. Do not use
cookware and dinnerware with gold or silver trim. Use the
following chart as a guide, then test before using.
MATERIAL
RECOMMENDATIONS
When microwave cooking, the amount, size and shape, starting
temperature, composition and density of the food affect cooking
results.
Aluminum Foil,
Metal
See “Aluminum Foil and Metal” section.
Amount of Food
Browning Dish
Bottom must be at least ³⁄₁₆ in. (5 mm)
above the turntable. Follow
manufacturer’s recommendations.
Ceramic Glass,
Glass
Acceptable for use.
China,
Earthenware
Follow manufacturer’s recommendations.
Melamine
Follow manufacturer’s recommendations.
The more food heated at once the longer the cook time. Check
for doneness and add small increments of time if necessary.
Size and Shape
Smaller pieces of food will cook more quickly than larger pieces
and uniformly shaped foods cook more evenly than irregularly
shaped food.
Starting Temperature
Room temperature foods will heat faster than refrigerated foods
and refrigerated foods will heat faster than frozen foods.
Composition and Density
Foods high in fat and sugar will reach a higher temperature and
heat faster than other foods. Heavy, dense foods, such as meat
and potatoes, require a longer cook time than the same size of a
light, porous food, such as cake.
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Use the following chart as a general guide for the suggested
cooking power of specific foods.
MATERIAL
RECOMMENDATIONS
Paper Towels,
Dinnerware,
Napkins
Use non-recycled and those approved by
the manufacturer for microwave oven use.
PERCENT/
NAME
NUMBER
USE
Use those approved by the manufacturer
for microwave oven use.
100%, High
(default
setting)
10
Plastic Wraps,
Bags, Covers,
Dinnerware,
Containers
Quick heating convenience
foods and foods with high
water content, such as soups,
beverages and most
vegetables.
Pottery and Clay
Follow manufacturer’s recommendations.
90%
9
Styrofoam®
Do not use in oven.
Straw, Wicker,
Wooden
Containers
Do not use in oven.
Cooking small tender pieces of
meat, ground meat, poultry
pieces and fish fillets.
Heating cream soups.
80%
8
Wax Paper
Acceptable for use.
Heating rice, pasta or
casseroles.
Cooking and heating foods
that need a cook power lower
than high. For example, whole
fish and meat loaf.
70%,
Medium-High
7
Reheating a single serving of
food.
60%
6
Cooking sensitive foods such
as cheese and egg dishes,
pudding and custards.
Cooking non-stirrable
casseroles, such as lasagna.
50%, Medium
5
Cooking ham, whole poultry
and pot roasts.
Simmering stews.
40%
4
Melting chocolate.
Heating bread, rolls and
pastries.
30%,
Medium-Low,
Defrost
3
Defrosting bread, fish, meats,
poultry and precooked foods.
20%
2
Softening butter, cheese, and
ice cream.
10%, Low
1
Taking chill out of fruit.
To Test Cookware or Dinnerware for Microwave Use:
1. Put cookware or dinnerware in oven with 1 cup (250 mL) of
water beside it.
2. Cook at 100% cooking power for 1 minute.
Do not use cookware or dinnerware if it becomes hot and the
water stays cool.
Aluminum Foil and Metal
Always use oven mitts or pot holders when removing dishes from
the microwave oven.
Aluminum foil and some metal can be used in the oven. If not
used properly, arcing (a blue flash of light) can occur and cause
damage to the oven.
OK for Use
Racks and bakeware supplied with the oven, aluminum foil for
shielding, and approved meat thermometers may be used with
the following guidelines:
■ Never allow aluminum foil or metal to touch the inside cavity
walls, ceiling or floor.
■
Always use the turntable.
■
Never allow contact with another metal object during
cooking.
Do Not Use
To Set a Cooking Power other than 100%:
Metal cookware and bakeware, gold, silver, pewter, nonapproved meat thermometers, skewers, twist ties, foil liners such
as sandwich wrappers, staples and objects with gold or silver
trim or a metallic glaze should not be used in the oven.
Cooking Power
Many recipes for microwave cooking specify which cooking
power to use by percent, name or number. For example,
70%=7=Medium-High.
1. Touch the number pads to set a length of time to cook.
2. Touch MICRO •• COOK POWER or UPPER •• COOK
POWER.
3. Touch the number pad using the Cooking Power chart.
4. Touch EASY MINUTE START.
The display will count down the cook time.
When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display, 4 endof-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
5. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display and/or stop reminder tones.
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Cooking
To Use:
1. Touch the number pads to set a length of time to cook.
Touch MICRO •• COOK POWER or UPPER •• COOK
POWER to set a cooking power other than 100%. Touch the
number pad(s) using the Cooking Power chart.
2. Touch EASY MINUTE START.
The display will count down the cook time.
When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display, 4 endof-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
3. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display and/or stop reminder tones.
The cook time and cooking power can be changed after touching
START/ENTER without interrupting cooking.
To Change Cook Time: Touch MICRO •• COOK POWER or
UPPER •• COOK POWER once. Enter the new cook time within 5
seconds. Touch EASY MINUTE START, or wait 5 seconds and the
change will be entered automatically.
To Change Cooking Power: Touch MICRO •• COOK POWER or
UPPER •• COOK POWER twice. Enter the new cook power
within 5 seconds. Touch EASY MINUTE START, or wait 5 seconds
and the change will be entered automatically.
Cooking in Stages
The microwave oven can be set to cook at different cooking
powers for various lengths of time, up to three stages.
To Cook in Stages:
1. Touch the number pads to set a length of cook time for the
first stage.
2. Touch MICRO •• COOK POWER or UPPER •• COOK
POWER and then enter a cook power (if other than 100%)
from the Cook Power Chart.
3. Touch MICRO •• COOK POWER or UPPER •• COOK
POWER to start programming next stage.
4. Repeat the above steps for second and third stage
programming.
The numbers “1,” “2” and/or “3” will appear in the upper oven
display during programming.
5. Touch EASY MINUTE START when cook times and cook
powers have been entered.
The upper oven display will count down each of the cook
times. The numbers “1,” “2” or “3” will appear in the display
during their respective stages.
When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display, 4 endof-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
Cook time may be changed during any cycling stage by
touching MICRO •• COOK POWER or UPPER •• COOK
POWER once, and then entering the new time within 5
seconds. Time may be added in one-minute increments by
touching EASY MINUTE START during the cycling stage.
6. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display and/or stop reminder tones.
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Crisper Pan Frying
When the crisper pan is used with microwaves, it is like a frying
pan or griddle, ideal for French toast, burgers, eggs, stir-frying
and sautéing. See “Crisper Pan and Handle” section first before
using.
To Use:
Before crisper pan frying, brush crisper pan with ¹⁄₂ tsp (3 mL) of
oil or spray with nonstick cooking spray. Arrange food on crisper
pan. Place pan on turntable.
1. Touch the number pads to set a length of time to cook.
2. Touch EASY MINUTE START.
The display will countdown the cook time.
When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display. If
enabled, end-of-cycle tones will sound, then reminder tones
will sound every minute.
3. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display and/or stop reminder tones.
CRISPER PAN FRYING CHART
Times are approximate and may be adjusted for individual tastes.
FOOD
COOKTIME
INSTRUCTIONS
Bacon, Canadian
2¹⁄₄ in. (6 cm) thick
slices
1 minute
Turn slices over on
crisper pan after
cooking.
Eggs, scrambled
2
4
45 sec. to 1 min.
2 to 3 minutes
Mix 1 tablespoon
of water per egg
and pour into
preheated pan.
French Toast,
Pancakes,
Waffles, 4 Frozen
3 to 4 minutes
Turn halfway
through cooking.
Ground Beef,
1 lb. (454 g)
6 to 7 minutes
Crumble meat
before cooking.
Stir halfway
through cooking.
Make sure no pink
center.
Ground Beef
Patties, two 4 oz.
(113 g) patties
Side1: 2 minutes
Side 2: 2 to 4 min.
Cook completely,
no pink center.
Pizza Dough,
uncooked
9 and 12 in.
(23 and 30 cm)
4 to 5 minutes
Sprinkle with corn
meal. Press dough
into pan. After
precooking
dough, add sauce
and toppings.
Vegetables,
stir-fry, 2 cups
(500 mL)
4 minutes
Cut vegetables in
equal sizes. Stir
after 2 minutes.
Custom Reheat
Times and cooking powers have been preset for reheating 8 food
types. Use the following chart as a guide.
FOOD
CODE
1
1 to 2 servings
Bread
2
1 to 6 slices
Meats
3
1 to 6 servings
*Cheese Dip
4
1 to 3 cups (250 - 750 mL)
*Soup
5
1 to 4 cups (250 mL-1 L)
*Sauce
6
1 to 3 cups (250 - 750 mL)
Pizza
7
1 to 2 servings
1 Coffee
2 Tea
3 Hot Chocolate
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When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display, 4 endof-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
QUANTITY
Dinner Plate
Beverage
4. Touch number pad from chart to select serving temperature.
5. Touch EASY MINUTE START or wait 5 seconds and the
microwave oven will start automatically.
The upper oven display will count down the reheat time.
Serving Temperature
1 Warm
2 Hot
3 Very Hot
* Four tones will sound at the midpoint of the reheat cycle, and
“STIR” will appear in the display. Stir food if desired, close
door, and touch EASY MINUTE START.
IMPORTANT: Heated liquids can splash out during and after
heating. A wooden stir stick placed in the cup or bowl during
heating may help avoid this.
6. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display and/or stop reminder tones.
For more information on reheating different foods using the
manual microwave function, see “MICROWAVE CUSTOM
REHEAT CHART” at the end of the “MICROWAVE OVEN USE”
section.
Custom Defrost
The Custom Defrost feature can be used, or the microwave oven
can be manually set to defrost by using 30% cook power.
■ Food should be 0°F (-18°C) or colder at defrosting for optimal
results.
■
Unwrap foods and remove lids (from fruit juice) before
defrosting.
■
Shallow packages will defrost more quickly than deep blocks.
■
Separate food pieces as soon as possible during or at the
end-of-cycle for more even defrosting.
■
Foods left outside the freezer for more than 20 minutes or
frozen ready-made food should not be defrosted using the
Custom Defrost feature, but should be defrosted manually.
■
Use small pieces of aluminum foil to shield parts of food such
as chicken wings, leg tips and fish tails. See “Aluminum Foil
and Metal” first.
To Reheat Foods:
1. Touch CUSTOM REHEAT.
Touch number pad to select food type from the Custom
Reheat chart.
or
Touch CUSTOM REHEAT repeatedly to scan and select food
settings. For example, to select the Bread setting, CUSTOM
REHEAT must be touched twice.
2. Touch number pads to enter quantity (in servings, strips or
cups)
or
Touch QUANTITY (number pad “0”) to scan and select
quantities. For example, to select the quantity of 2 servings,
QUANTITY must be touched twice.
3. Touch EASY MINUTE START or wait 5 seconds and the
microwave oven will start automatically.
The upper oven display will count down the reheat time.
When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display, 4 endof-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
4. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display and/or stop reminder tones.
To Reheat Beverages:
1. Touch CUSTOM REHEAT.
2. Touch number pad “8”
or
Touch CUSTOM REHEAT repeatedly until the Beverages
setting, “BEVRG-8” is reached.
CUSTOM DEFROST CHART
The Custom Defrost system has six categories: Meat, Poultry,
Fish, Bagel, Fruit Juice, and Roll/Muffin. Use the following chart
as a guide.
FOOD
SETTING
CODE
WEIGHT OR QUANTITY
*Meats
1
.1 to 6.6 lbs (45 g to 3 kg)
*Poultry
2
.1 to 6.6 lbs (45 g to 3 kg)
*Fish
3
.1 to 4.4 lbs (45 g to 1.34 kg)
**Bagel
4
1 to 6 pieces
Fruit Juice
5
6, 12 or 16 oz (170, 340 or 454 g)
Roll/Muffin
6
1 to 6 pieces
*See Preparation chart at end of “Custom Defrost” section for
cuts, sizes, and instructions.
**Bagel quantity settings 1 and 2 may appear to have longer
defrost times than necessary, however, longer times use less
cooking power.
3. Touch number pad from chart to select beverage type.
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To use Custom Defrost:
1. Touch CUSTOM DEFROST.
2. Touch the number pad from the Custom Defrost chart to
select food
or
Touch CUSTOM DEFROST repeatedly to scroll through
foods.
3. Touch number pads from the Custom Defrost chart to select
the weight or quantity
or
Touch QUANTITY (number pad “0”) repeatedly to select
quantity.
4. Touch EASY MINUTE START or wait 5 seconds and the
microwave oven will start automatically.
The display will count down the defrost time. For better
results, a preset standing time is included in the defrosting
time. This may make the defrosting time seem longer than
expected.
When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display, 4 endof-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
5. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display.
The cook time can be changed during the defrosting cycle
without interrupting cooking.
To Change Defrost Time: Touch MICRO •• COOK POWER or
UPPER •• COOK POWER repeatedly to scroll through “MORE,”
“LESS” or “NORML” time.
MEAT, POULTRY AND FISH DEFROST PREPARATION
Use the following chart as a guide when defrosting meat, poultry,
or fish. When setting the Custom Defrost cycle, the net weight
must be entered in pounds and tenths of pounds.
MEAT
Beef: ground, steaks, roast,
stew
Lamb: stew and chops
Pork: chops, ribs, roasts,
sausage
The narrow or fatty areas of
irregular shaped cuts should
be shielded with foil before
defrosting.
Do not defrost less than ¹⁄₄ lb
(113 g) or two 4 oz (113 g)
patties.
Place all meats in
microwavable baking dish.
Cornish hens
Turkey: breast
Place in microwavable
baking dish, chicken breastside up.
Remove giblets from whole
chicken.
FISH
Fillets, Steaks, Whole,
Shellfish
Do not use regular paper bags or glass utensils.
■
Pop only one package of popcorn at a time.
■
Follow manufacturer’s instructions when using a microwave
popcorn popper.
■
Listen for popping to slow to 1 pop every 1 or 2 seconds.
Do not repop unpopped kernels.
■
Use fresh bags of popcorn for optimal results.
■
Cooking results may vary by brand and fat content.
Popping time has been preset based on commercially packaged
microwave popcorn. The oven is preset for the 3.5 oz (99 g) size,
but can be changed. Use the following chart as a guide.
BAG SIZE
CODE
TOUCH PAD
3.5 oz (99 g)
1
Once
3.0 oz (85 g)
2
Twice
1.75 oz (50 g)
3
Three times
To Pop Popcorn:
1. Touch POPCORN (3 SIZES).
The microwave oven will be set to automatically begin the
pop setting for the 3.5 oz (99 g) bag size.
Touch POPCORN (3 SIZES) repeatedly to scan and select
bag size
or
Touch number pad from chart to manually select bag size.
2. Touch EASY MINUTE START or wait 5 seconds for the
popping to begin automatically.
The upper oven display will count down the popping time.
Time may be added to popping time by touching EASY
MINUTE START during or after popping.
When the popcorn cycle ends, “End” will appear in the
display, 4 end-of-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder
tones will sound every minute.
3. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or OFF CANCEL or open the
door to clear the display and/or stop reminder tones.
Keeping Food Warm
POULTRY
Chicken: whole and cut up
Popcorn
■
Place in microwavable
baking dish.
WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit in oven more than one hour
before or after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or
sickness.
Hot cooked food can be kept warm in the microwave oven.
Foods that are cooked covered and complete meals on dinner
plates should be covered while being kept warm. Pastry items
such as pies and turnovers should be uncovered while being kept
warm.
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To Keep Food Warm:
1. Touch number pads to set length of warm time.
2. Touch MICRO •• COOK POWER or UPPER •• COOK
POWER.
3. Touch number pad “1” to set cook power at 10%.
4. Touch ADD MINUTE START.
The upper oven display will count down the warm time.
FOOD
COOK TIME
Puff Pastry Fruit
Turnovers, 4
Frozen
10 to 12 minutes
Turkey Breast,
boneless
10 to 12 minutes
per 1 lb (454 g)
When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display, 4 endof-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
5. Touch upper oven OFF/CANCEL or open the door to clear the
display.
To program keep-warm at the end of a cooking cycle, set the
time and the cook power (10%) as the last cooking stage. See
“Cooking in Stages” section.
Crisp
The Crisp feature uses the broil element and microwaves to crisp
and brown foods. Crisp can be used to saute meats and
vegetables, pan-fry bacon and eggs, and to crisp and brown
pizza and cheese sandwiches. Always use the crisper pan. See
the “Crisper Pan and Handle” section before using.
To Crisp:
Before Crisping, brush crisper pan with ¹⁄₂ tsp (3 mL) of oil or
spray with nonstick cooking spray. Arrange food on crisper pan,
and place pan on turntable.
1. Touch CRISP.
2. Touch the number pads to enter a length of time to cook in
minutes and seconds. The time can be set up to 90 minutes.
3. Touch EASY MINUTE START.
The “USE PAN” prompt will appear in the upper oven display
for 4 seconds, then the display will count down the cook
time.
Time may be added during cooking by touching EASY
MINUTE START.
When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display, 4 endof-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
4. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display.
The “USE PAN” prompt may be disabled by touching and holding
the number pad “2” for 5 seconds. Repeat to re-enable.
CRISPING CHART
Times are approximate and may be adjusted for individual tastes.
FOOD
Pizza,
refrigerated or
fresh
12 in. (30 cm)
9 in. (23 cm)
COOK TIME
9 minutes
7 minutes
PREPARATION
Sprinkle crisper
pan with corn
meal. Add
additional time for
thick crust and
reduce time for
thin crust.
PREPARATION
Place turkey in
center of crisper
pan. Internal
temperature
should be 170°F
(77°C).
Broil
The Broil feature uses the broil element to cook and brown 1 to 4
small pieces of food at a time. Always use the broiling grid. The
Crisper Pan may be used with the Broil function to catch
drippings from the food. See “Grids” section before using.
■ Avoid opening the door often.
■
For even browning, turn food over halfway through cooking.
To Broil:
Before broiling, remove turntable hub. See “Parts and Features”
for location. Replace turntable in oven. Turntable must be in
place during broiling, but will not rotate. Then preheat broil
element for 2 to 3 minutes. Place all food on half of broiling grid.
Place grid on turntable, and position it so that the food is directly
under the broil element.
1. Touch BROIL.
2. Touch the number pads to enter a length of time to cook in
minutes and seconds, up to 90 minutes.
3. Touch EASY MINUTE START.
The “USE GRID” prompt will appear in the upper oven display
for 4 seconds, then the display will count down the cook
time.
Time may be added during cooking by touching EASY
MINUTE START.
When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display, 4 endof-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
4. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display.
The “USE GRID” prompt may be disabled by touching and
holding the number pad “2” for 5 seconds. Repeat to re-enable.
BROILING CHART
Times are approximate and may be adjusted for individual tastes.
FOOD
COOK TIME
Garlic Toast or
Open Face
Sandwiches
2 to 3 minutes
Steaks, 2 top
sirloin, ³⁄₄ in. (2 cm)
thick, 8 oz. (227g)
portions
Medium doneness
Side 1: 10 minutes
Side 2: 8 minutes
PREPARATION
Trim excess fat
and score edges.
Let stand 1 minute
before serving.
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Convection Cooking
1
When preheating is complete, one tone will sound, and the
display will show the set cook time.
2
3
4
1. Broil element
2. Convection fan
3. Convection element
(on some models)
4. Convection grid
Convection Cooking uses the convection element (on some
models) and the fan. Hot air is circulated throughout the oven
cavity by the fan. The constantly moving air surrounds the food to
heat the outer portion quickly.
The Convect function may be used to cook small amounts of
food on a single rack.
■ Always use the Convection Grid.
■
Do not cover Turntable or Convection Grid with aluminum foil.
■
Do not use light plastic containers, plastic wrap or paper
products. All heat proof cookware or metal utensils can be
used in convection cooking, but metal utensils cannot be
used in microwave cooking. Round pizza pans are excellent
for convection cooking.
■
Use convection cooking for items such as souffles, breads,
cookies, angel food cakes, pizza, and most meats and fish.
■
No special techniques are needed to adapt standard oven
recipes to convection cooking, although some temperatures
might need to be reduced, and some cooking times might
need to be shortened.
■
This oven may be preheated in the same way that standard
oven is preheated. (Most recipes for baked goods call for
preheating.)
To Convect Cook with Preheat:
1. Position convection grid on turntable in microwave oven and
close the door.
2. Touch CONVECT QUICK PREHEAT twice.
“PREHEAT” will appear in the upper oven display.
Touch the number pads to set a temperature other than
325°F (162°C). The cook temperature setting may be
changed as desired from 170°F to 450°F (77°C to 232°C).
Celsius temperatures below 100°C must have a “0” at the
beginning of their entries. For example, 77°C must be entered
as 0-7-7.
3. Touch EASY MINUTE START.
The upper oven display will show the “TIME” prompt.
4. Touch number pads to enter length of time to cook, in hours
and minutes, up to 4 hours.
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5. Touch EASY MINUTE START.
“Lo” will appear in the upper oven display until the
temperature reaches 170°F (77°C). When that temperature is
reached, the display will show the preheating temperature in
5°F (-15°C) increments until the set cooking temperature is
reached.
6. Place food or bakeware on convection grid and close the
door.
7. Touch EASY MINUTE START.
The upper oven display will count down the cook time.
Each time the door is opened during cooking, the EASY
MINUTE START pad must be touched to restart cooking.
When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display, 4 endof-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
8. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display.
To Convect Cook without Preheat:
1. Position convection grid on turntable in microwave oven,
place food or bakeware on convection grid, and close the
door.
2. Touch CONVECT QUICK PREHEAT once.
Touch the number pads to set a temperature other than
325°F (162°C). The cook temperature setting may be
changed as desired from 170°F to 450°F (77°C to 232°C).
Celsius temperatures below 100°C must have a “0” at the
beginning of their entries. For example, 77°C must be entered
as 0-7-7.
3. Touch EASY MINUTE START.
The upper oven display will show the “TIME” prompt.
4. Touch number pads to enter length of time to cook, in hours
and minutes, up to 4 hours.
5. Touch EASY MINUTE START.
The upper oven display will count down the cook time.
Each time the door is opened during cooking, the ADD
MINUTE START pad must be touched to restart cooking.
When the cycle ends, “End” will appear in the display, 4 endof-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
6. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display.
MICROWAVE COOK CHART
These times are approximate and may need to be adjusted to suit individual taste.
FOOD
COOK TIME
COOK POWER
Meats, Poultry, Fish, Seafood
Bacon (per slice)
45 sec to 1 min 15 sec per slice
100%
Ground Beef for Casseroles (1 lb [.45 kg])
4 to 6 min
100%
Ground Beef Patties (2)
Ground Beef Patties (4)
1st side 2 min, 2nd side 1½ to 2½ min
1st side 2½ min, 2nd side 2 to 3 min
100%
100%
Meat Loaf (1½ lbs [.7 kg])
13 to 19 min
70%
Chicken Pieces
Internal temperature should be 185ºF (85ºC) after standing.
6 to 9 min/lb (454 g)
100%
Turkey Breast
Internal temperature should be 185ºF (85ºC) after standing.
5 min, then
8 to 12 mins
100%,
70%
Fish Fillets (1 lb [.45 kg])
5 to 6 min
100%
Scallops and Shrimp (1 lb [.45 kg])
3½ to 5½ min
100%
Beans, Green or Yellow (1 lb [.45 kg])
6 to 12 min
100%
Broccoli (1 lb [.45 kg])
6 to 10 min
100%
Carrots (1 lb [.45 kg])
8 to 12 min
100%
Cauliflower (medium head)
6 to 9 min
100%
Corn on the Cob (2)
Corn on the Cob (4)
4 to 9 min
6 to 16 min
100%
100%
Potatoes, Baked (4 medium)
13 to 19 min
100%
Summer Squash (1 lb [.45 kg])
3 to 8 min
100%
Applesauce (4 servings)
7 to 9 min
100%
Baked Apples (4)
4 to 6 min
100%
Chocolate (melt 1 square)
1 to 2 min
50%
Eggs, Scrambled (2)
Eggs, Scrambled (4)
1 min 15 sec to 1 min 45 sec
2 to 3 min
100%
100%
Hot Cereals (1 serving)
Hot Cereals (4 servings)
1½ to 5 min
4½ to 7 min
100%
100%
Nachos (large plate)
1½ to 2½ min
50%
Water for Beverage (1 cup [250 mL])
Water for Beverage (2 cups [500 mL])
2½ to 4 min
4½ to 6 min
100%
100%
Vegetables
Other
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MICROWAVE REHEAT CHART
These times are approximate and may need to be adjusted to suit individual taste. If using Broil to reheat, do not cover food.
FOOD/STARTING TEMPERATURE
COOK TIME
Meat (Chicken pieces, chops, hamburgers,
meat loaf slices)
1 serving/Refrigerated
2 servings/Refrigerated
1-2 min
2½-4½ min
70%
70%
Meat Slices (Beef, ham, pork, turkey)
1 or more servings/Room Temp.
1 or more servings/Refrigerated
45 sec-1 min per serving
1-3 min per serving
50%
50%
Cover with gravy or wax paper.
Check after 30 sec per serving.
Stirrable Casseroles and Main Dishes
1 serving/Refrigerated
2 servings/Refrigerated
4-6 servings/Refrigerated
2-4 min
4-6 min
6-8 min
100%
100%
100%
Cover. Stir after half the time.
Nonstirrable Casseroles and Main Dishes
1 serving/Refrigerated
2 servings/Refrigerated
4-6 servings/Refrigerated
5-8 min
9-13 min
13-16 min
50%
50%
50%
Cover with wax paper.
Soup, Cream
1 cup (250 mL)/Refrigerated
1 can (10 oz [284 mL])/Room Temp.
3-4½ min
5-7 min
50%
50%
Cover. Stir after half the time.
Soup, Clear
1 cup (250 mL)/Refrigerated
1 can (10 oz [284 mL])
2½-3½ min
4-5½ min
100%
100%
Cover. Stir after half the time.
Pizza (Medium slice)
1 slice/Room Temp.
2 slices/Room Temp.
1 slice/Refrigerated
2 slices/Refrigerated
15-25 sec
30-40 sec
30-40 sec
45-55 sec
100%
100%
100%
100%
Vegetables
1 serving/Refrigerated
2 servings/Refrigerated
45 sec-1½ min
1½-2½ min
100%
100%
Baked Potato
1/Refrigerated
2/Refrigerated
1-2 min
2-3 min
50%
50%
Cut lengthwise, then several
times crosswise. Cover with wax
paper.
Breads (Dinner or breakfast roll)
1 roll/Room Temp.
2 rolls/Room Temp.
4 rolls/Room Temp.
8-12 sec
11-15 sec
18-22 sec
50%
100%
100%
Wrap single piece in paper
towel. Place several pieces on
paper towel, then cover with
another paper towel.
Pie
Whole/Refrigerated
1 slice/Refrigerated
5-7 min
30 sec
70%
100%
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COOK POWER
PREPARATION
Cover loosely.
Cover. Stir after half the time.
OVEN CARE
General Cleaning
IMPORTANT: Before cleaning, make sure all controls are off and
the oven is cool. Always follow label instructions on cleaning
products.
Soap, water and a soft cloth or sponge are suggested first unless
otherwise noted.
OVEN CAVITY
Do not use soap-filled scouring pads, abrasive cleaners, steelwool pads, gritty wash cloths or some paper towels. Damage
may occur.
On stainless steel models, rub in direction of grain to avoid
damaging.
The area where the oven door and frame touch when closed
should be kept clean.
Average soil
■ Mild, non-abrasive soaps and detergents:
Rinse with clean water and dry with soft, lint-free cloth.
STAINLESS STEEL (on some models)
Do not use soap-filled scouring pads, abrasive cleaners, Cooktop
Polishing Creme, steel-wool pads, gritty wash cloths or some
paper towels. Damage may occur.
Rub in direction of grain to avoid damaging.
■ Stainless Steel Cleaner & Polish (not included):
See “Assistance or Service” section to order.
■
Heavy soil
■ Mild, non-abrasive soaps and detergents:
Heat 1 cup (250 mL) of water for 2 to 5 minutes in oven.
Steam will soften soil. Rinse with clean water and dry with
soft, lint-free cloth.
Odors
■ Lemon juice or vinegar:
Liquid detergent or all-purpose cleaner:
Heat 1 cup (250 mL) of water with 1 tablespoon (15 mL) of
either lemon juice or vinegar for 2 to 5 minutes in oven.
Rinse with clean water and dry with soft, lint-free cloth.
■
Vinegar for hard water spots
TURNTABLE
OVEN DOOR EXTERIOR
■
Glass cleaner and paper towels or non-abrasive plastic
scrubbing pad:
Do not operate the microwave without the turntable in place.
■ Mild cleanser and scouring pad
■
Apply glass cleaner to soft cloth or sponge, not directly on
panel.
Dishwasher
GRIDS
■
Steel wool pad
■
Dishwasher
CRISPER PAN
■
Mild cleanser and scouring sponge
■
Dishwasher
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Turntable rotates both directions
■
Try the solutions suggested here first in order to avoid the
cost of an unnecessary service call.
This is normal and depends on motor rotation at beginning of
cycle.
Display shows messages
Nothing will operate
■
Has a household fuse been blown or has the circuit
breaker been tripped?
Replace the fuse or reset the circuit.
■
Is the appliance wired properly?
See Installation Instructions.
■
Is the display showing “PF”, “PF id=27” or “PF id=30”?
There has been a power failure. Clear the display. See
“Display(s)” section. On some models, reset the clock, if
needed. See “Clock” section.
■
Is the display showing a letter followed by a number?
Clear the display. See “Display(s)” section. If it reappears, call
for service. See “Assistance or Service” section.
Oven will not operate
■
Is the door completely closed?
Firmly close door.
■
Is the electronic oven control set correctly?
See “Electronic Oven Control” section.
■
On some models, is the Control Lock set?
See “Control Lock” section.
■
On some models, is the Sabbath Mode set?
See “Sabbath Mode” section.
■
On combination oven models, is the lower oven selfcleaning?
The upper oven will not work during the lower oven SelfCleaning Cycle.
Is the magnetron working properly?
Heat 1 cup (250 mL) of cold water for 2 minutes at 100%
cooking power. If water does not heat, call for service. See
“Assistance or Service” section.
■
Display shows time countdown, but is not operating
■
Tones are not sounding
■
This is normal and occurs when the transformer in the
magnetron cycles on.
Oven door looks wavy
This is normal and will not affect performance.
■
Turntable will not operate
■
Is the turntable properly in place?
Make sure turntable is correct-side up and is sitting securely
on the turntable support.
■
Is the turntable support operating properly?
Remove turntable. Remove and replace turntable support.
Replace turntable. Put in 1 cup (250 mL) of water, then restart
oven. If still not working, call for service. See “Assistance or
Service” section. Do not operate the oven without turntable
and turntable support working properly.
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Are tones disabled?
See “Tones” section.
Smoke is coming from oven vent during broiling
■
Some smoke is normal and occurs just as in conventional
broiling.
Sparking during broiling
■
Oven makes humming noise
■
Is the Minute Timer in use?
See “Minute Timer” section.
This is normal and occurs as fat burns off from past cooking.
Sparking will stop once fat is completely burned off.
Cooking times seem too long
■
Is the cooking power set properly?
See “Cooking Power” in “Microwave Cooking” section.
■
Are large amounts of food being heated?
Larger amounts of food need longer cooking times.
■
Is the incoming voltage less than specified in “Parts and
Features”?
Have a qualified electrician check the electrical system of the
house.
For further assistance
ASSISTANCE OR
SERVICE
Before calling for assistance or service, please check
“Troubleshooting.” It may save you the cost of a service call. If
you still need help, follow the instructions below.
When calling, please know the purchase date and the complete
model and serial number of your appliance. This information will
help us to better respond to your request.
If you need replacement parts
If you need to order replacement parts, we recommend that you
only use factory specified parts. These factory specified parts will
fit right and work right because they are made with the same
®
precision used to build every new KITCHENAID appliance.
To locate factory specified parts in your area, call our Customer
Interaction Center telephone number or your nearest KitchenAid
designated service center.
In the U.S.A.
Call the KitchenAid Customer Interaction Center toll free:
1-800-422-1230.
Our consultants provide assistance with:
■ Features and specifications on our full line of appliances.
■
Installation information.
■
Accessory and repair parts sales.
■
Specialized customer assistance (Spanish speaking, hearing
impaired, limited vision, etc.).
■
Referrals to local dealers, repair parts distributors, and
service companies. KitchenAid designated service
technicians are trained to fulfill the product warranty and
provide after-warranty service, anywhere in the United States.
To locate the KitchenAid designated service company in your
area, you can also look in your telephone directory Yellow
Pages.
If you need further assistance, you can write to KitchenAid with
any questions or concerns at:
KitchenAid Brand Home Appliances
Customer Interaction Center
553 Benson Road
Benton Harbor, MI 49022-2692
Please include a daytime phone number in your correspondence.
Accessories U.S.A.
To order accessories, call the KitchenAid Customer Interaction
Center toll free at 1-800-442-9991 and follow the menu prompts.
Or visit our website at www.kitchenaid.com and click on “ShopOnline,” then “Accessories.”
Stainless Steel Cleaner & Polish
(stainless steel models)
Order Part #4396095
In Canada
For product related questions, please call the KitchenAid Canada
Customer Interaction Center toll free:
1-800-461-5681 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. EST.
Our consultants provide assistance with:
■ Features and specifications on our full line of appliances.
■
Referrals to local dealers.
For parts, accessories and service in Canada
Call 1-800-807-6777. KitchenAid designated service technicians
are trained to fulfill the product warranty and provide afterwarranty service, anywhere in Canada.
For further assistance
If you need further assistance, you can write to KitchenAid
Canada with any questions or concerns at:
Customer Interaction Center
KitchenAid Canada
1901 Minnesota Court
Mississauga, Ontario L5N 3A7
Please include a daytime phone number in your correspondence.
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KITCHENAID® HIGH SPEED MICROWAVE OVEN WARRANTY
ONE-YEAR FULL WARRANTY
For one year from the date of purchase, when this appliance is operated and maintained according to instructions attached to or
furnished with the product, KitchenAid will pay for factory specified parts and repair labor costs to correct defects in materials or
workmanship. Service must be provided by a KitchenAid designated service company.
SECOND THROUGH FIFTH YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON MAGNETRON TUBE, ELECTRIC OVEN ELEMENT AND
SOLID STATE TOUCH CONTROL SYSTEM
In the second through fifth years from the date of purchase, when this appliance is operated and maintained according to instructions
attached to or furnished with this product, KitchenAid will pay for factory specified parts for the microwave magnetron tube, any electric
oven element and the solid state touch control system to correct defects in materials or workmanship.
SECOND THROUGH TENTH YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON STAINLESS STEEL OVEN CAVITY/INNER DOOR
In the second through tenth years from date of purchase, when this appliance is operated and maintained according to instructions
attached to or furnished with this product, KitchenAid will pay for factory specified parts for the stainless steel oven cavity/inner door if
the part rusts through due to defects in materials or workmanship.
KitchenAid will not pay for:
1. Service calls to correct the installation of your appliance, to instruct you how to use your appliance, to replace house fuses or
correct house wiring, or to replace owner-accessible light bulbs.
2. Repairs when your appliance is used in other than normal, single-family household use.
3. Pickup and delivery. Your appliance is designed to be repaired in the home.
4. Damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, abuse, fire, flood, improper installation, acts of God or use of products not
approved by KitchenAid or KitchenAid Canada.
5. Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the appliance.
6. Replacement parts or repair labor costs for units operated outside the United States or Canada.
7. In Canada, travel or transportation expenses for customers who reside in remote areas.
8. Any labor costs during the limited warranty periods.
KITCHENAID AND KITCHENAID CANADA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES.
Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this exclusion or limitation
may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state or
province to province.
Outside the 50 United States and Canada, this warranty does not apply. Contact your authorized KitchenAid dealer to
determine if another warranty applies.
If you need service, first see the “Troubleshooting” section of this book. After checking “Troubleshooting,” additional help can be found by
checking the “Assistance or Service” section or by calling the KitchenAid Customer Interaction Center, 1-800-422-1230 (toll-free), from
anywhere in the U.S.A. In Canada, contact your designated KitchenAid Canada Appliance service company or call 1-800-807-6777.
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Keep this book and your sales slip together for future
reference. You must provide proof of purchase or
installation date for in-warranty service.
Write down the following information about your appliance to
better help you obtain assistance or service if you ever need it.
You will need to know your complete model number and serial
number. You can find this information on the model and serial
number label/plate, located on your appliance as shown in the
“Parts and Features” section.
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