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Contents
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Parts and Features
Before You Install
.......
Your Microwave
Oven .......
Before You Use Your
Microwave
Oven .....................
Precautions
to Avoid Possible
Exposure to Excessive
Microwave
Energy ...............
Important
Safety Instructions
........
Using Your Microwave
Oven .........
Microwave
Oven Controls .........
Setting the Clock ...................
Cooking in Your Microwave
Oven ...
Cooking in One Cycle .............
High Cook Power .................
Cooking at Lower Cook Powers
Cooking in Two Cycles ..............
Defrosting ..........................
Cooking Automatically
after
Defrosting .......................
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Cooking with Temperature
Probe
followed by Keep Warm ..........
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Temperature
Probe Cooking Chart
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Autostart
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Minute Timer ......
21
Cancelling
Instructions’
: : : : : : 1: 1: 1: 22
Programming
Tone .........
22
Operating
Reminders
: : : : : : 22
Bi-Level Cooking Rack ..............
23
Operating
Safety Precautions
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23
Caring for Your Microwave
Oven .....
25
Cleaning
the Microwave
Oven ......
25
Cleaning
the Grease Filter ..........
25
Replacing
the Cooktop and
Oven Lights .....................
26
If You Need Service or Assistance
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1. Before Calling for Assistance
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2. If You Need Assistance ............
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3. If You Need Service ...............
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4. If You Have a Problem
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Copy your Model and Serial Numbers here...
If you need service or call with a question, have
this information
ready:
1.Complete
Model and Serial Numbers [from the
plate just behind the mrcrowave
oven door on
the oven frame).
2. Purchase
date from sales slip.
Copy this information in these spaces. Keep this
book, your warranty and sales slip together in a
handy place. There IS no warranty registration to
return. Proof-of-purchase
is all that is required for
in-warrantv
service.
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Model
Serial
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Number
Number
Purchase
Dote
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Service Company
Phone Number
CONTROL
PANEL
Fill out and return the “Microwave
Registration
please send the model number of your microwave
Whirlpool Corporation
Microwave
Registration
Administrative
Center
2000 U.S. 33 North
Benton Harbor, Michigan
This information
microwave
oven
Card” inside the oven. If the card is missing,
oven, with your name and address to...
Department
49022
will help us reach
you if there is ever a need to pass along
Information
about
your
Before you install your microwave oven
Read and carefully
follow
the “INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS”
packed
with your oven.
Before you use your microwave oven
Read this “Use & Care Guide” carefully for important
Store in a convenient
place for future use.
use and safety informatlon.
It is your personal
responsibility
and obligation
to be sure your microwave
Has been installed where It IS protected
from the elements The microwave
oven should be at a temperature
above 50°F (10°C) fo 4 proper operation.
. Has been Installed on a surface strong enough to support & weight
l Has been
properly connected
to electrical
supply and grounded.
(See “Installation
Instructions:‘)
l Is not used by children
or anyone unable to operate it properly.
l Is properly
maintained.
l Is used only for jobs expected
of a home microwave
oven.
oven:
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PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
MICROWAW ENERGY...
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
defeal or tamper with the
safety interlocks
DO NOT place any object
between the oven front
face and the door or allow
soil or cleaner residue
to accumulate
on sealing
surfaces.
DO NOT operate the
oven If tt IS damaged.
It IS
particularly
Important that
the oven door close
properly and that there IS
no damage
to the
11) Door (bent),
(2) Hinges and latches
(broken or loosened),
13) Door seals and sealing
surfaces
The microwave
oven
should be checked for
microwave
leakage
by
qualified
service personnel
after a repair is made.
The oven should not be
adjusted or repaired by
anyone except properly
qualified
service
personnel.
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IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Microwave
ovens have been used successfully
in homes for a number of years.
They are thoroughly
tested for safe and efficient operation.
However, as with any
appliance,
there are special installation
and safety precautions
which must be
followed
to ensure safe and satisfactory
operation
and prevent damage to the unit.
WARNING -
To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock,
fire, injury to persons or exposure to excessive microwave energy:
1. Read all
appliance.
instructions
before
15. See door surface cleaning
using
2. Read and follow the specific “PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY” found
on page 3.
3. This appliance
must be grounded. Connected to only properly grounded
outlets.
See “GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS” found in
the “INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:’
4. Install or locate this appliance
only in
accordance
with the separately
provided
“INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:’
5. Some products such as whole eggs and
sealed containers
- for example,
closed
glass jars - may explode
and should not
be heated in this oven.
6. Use this appliance
only for its intended
use as described
in this manual.
7. As with any appliance,
close supervision is necessary when used by children.
8. Do not operate
this appliance
if it has a
damaged
cord or plug, if it is not working
properly,
or if it has been damaged
or
dropped,
Electric shock, fire or other hazards may result.
9. This appliance
should be serviced only
by qualified
service
personnel.
Call a
Whirlpool authorized
TECH-CARE’ Service
Company
for examination,
repair
or
adjustment.
10. Do not cover or block any opening
the appliance,
11. Do not use outdoors for damage
oven or electric
on
for fire may result.
to the
shock may result.
12. Do not immerse cord or plug in water for
electric shock may result.
13. Keep cord away from heated
for electric shock may result.
surfaces
14. Do not let cord hang over edge of table
or counter for electric shock may result.
SAVE THESF
instructions
on page 12.
16. To reduce the risk of fire in the oven
cavity:
a. Do not overcook food. Carefully attend
appliance
if paper, plastic, or other combustible materials
are placed
inside the
oven to facilitate cooking. Paper can char
or burn, and some plastics can melt if used
when heating
foods.
b. Remove wire twist-ties from paper or
plastic bags before placing bag in oven.
Cooking in metal containers can damage
the oven. So can containers
with hidden
metal (twist-ties, foil-lining, staples, metallic
glaze or trim). Test dinnenvare
or cookware
before using. See pagell.
c. 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.
17. Read and follow “OPERATING SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS” startrng on pagell.
18. Because of the automatic
exhaust fan
feature, the following
cautions
must be
observed :
a. Do not leave the area when using your
cooktop at a high setting. Accidental
fires
from boilovers or spattering on the surface
unit could spread, especially
if the exhaust
fan is operating.
b. Do not allow grease and soil to build up
in the grease filter. Exhaust fan efficiency
will decrease
and fire may result. Clean
otten following
the filter cleaning
instructions on page 13.
C. Do not change
the cooktop
or oven
lights without turning the power off at the
main power supply. Electrical shock may
result.
d. Do not flame foods when operating the
exhaust
fan. The fan, if operating,
may
spread the flame and cause personal injury or property damage.
INSTRUCTIONS
Using your microwave oven
Microwave oven controls
There are four parts in the control section:
-The Timer
-The Cook Power Control
-The Probe Temperature
Control
- Cooktop Fan and Light Controls
Instructions for each control are covered in the following
pages.
Read them carefully.
The Timer
The timer can be set
for up to 45 minutes.
This controls how
long the microwave oven cooks
The Cook
Power Control
The Cook Power
Control allows you
to control the cooking speed. See the
Cook Power Chart
on page 7 for the different percentages
of cooking powers.
The Probe
Temperature
Control
The Probe Temperature Control allows
you to cook by
temperature
instead
of by time. See your
MICRO MENUS*
Cookbook
for helpful information on
cooking different
types of food.
‘Tmk
Cooktop
fan and light controls
will not turn the fan OFF.)
Push and hold the Light Button until the Cooktop
button again to turn OFF
Light comes on, Press
Cooking in your microwave oven
Be sure to read the MICRO MENUS* Cookbook
packed
information
about:
l What microwave
energy IS
l How food
IS cooked by microwave
energy
l What affects
cooking speed and cooking evenness
. Safety tips
l Utensils to use when
cooking in the microwave
oven
l Cooking
times for different foods
with the microwave
oven. It contains
Important
things to remember
to get the BEST COOKING RESULTS.
ALWAYS cook food for the minimum recommended
cooking time. If necessary, add time in one or
two minute periods, then check for doneness to avoid overcooking
the food.
l Stir, turn or rearrange
the food about halfway through the cooking time for most even doneness
wtth all recipes
l If a glass cover
IS not available,
use waxpaper,
paper towels or Saran’ Wrap. Turn back a corner
to vent steam during cooking.
l Most foods
continue to cook after they are removed from the oven. Cover food and let
stand 5 to10 minutes depending
on size and density
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Setting the controls
Be sure You understand the basics of microwave
oven cooking before you begin. Start with
recipes from your MICRO MENUS* Cookbook.
Follow the directions carefully.
DO THIS...
1. Open
the oven door and
put the food in the oven. DO
NOT CLOSE THE OVEN
DOOR.
2. Set the cooking time by
turning the Timer Knob
clockwise. To reduce the
cooking time, turn the Timer
Knob counterclockwise.
To set timer for less than 1
minute, turn timer past 1
minute then to desired
time.
3. Set the Cook Power to the
desired setting from HIGH to
WARM. For best results,
some recipes call for lower
Cook Powers. [See the
Cook Power Chart on the
next page.) The lower the
Cook Power, the slower the
cooking.
~ COOK POWER CHART
Recipes In the MICRO MENUS’
Cookbook
use Cook Power
settings from HIGH to WARM
Recipes from other books and
magazines
may use different
Cook Power percentages
The
following chord may be
helpful
HIGH - 100% of full power
REHEAT - 90% of full power
MED-HIGH - 80% of iull power
MED - 60% of full power
MED-LOW/DEFROST 30% of full power
WARM - 10% of full power
4. Close the door. The oven
light will come on and
cooking will begin. You will
hear a fan running during
oven operation.
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To stop the oven
1. Turn Timer Knob counterclockwise
OR
to “0:’
2. Open the oven door. Opening the oven door stops the
oven so you can stir, turn, rearrange or add ingredients
to the food. Close the oven
door to complete
cooking.
If you remove the food, set
the timer to “0” before
closing the oven door so it
will not operate.
Defrosting in your
microwave oven
Use the MED-LOW/DEFROST
setting to thaw frozen food
before cooking. This setting
cooks at 30% of full power for
the desired defrosting time.
For suggested defrosting
times, see the guide on the
oven or the defrosting chart
in the MICRO MENUS*
Cookbook.
5. When the set time is up, you
will hear a bell and the
oven will shut off automatically. The light will go off
and the oven fan will stop.
Cooking with the Temperature Probe followed by Keep Warm
The Temperature
Probe helps take the guesswork out of cooking roasts and casseroles.
See page 10 for helpful information on cooking different types of food
After the food reaches the temperature
you set, the oven will automatically
keep the
food warm for up to 60 minutes. KEEP WARM will only operate if the Temperature
Probe
is plugged
in. It will continue to operate for 60 minutes or until the probe is removed.
Do not hold food for more than an hour. The quality of the food will suffer with extended time.
DO THIS...
1.
Insert at least i 2 of the
probe Into the food
4. Set the Cook Power Control
to the recommended
setting.
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Socket
2. Place food in the oven
and insert the probe
plug into the socket on
the top oven wall near
the front.
3. Make sure the probe
cable does not touch any
part of the oven interior.
Damage to the probe or
oven could result. Close
the door.
5. Set the Probe Temperature
Control to the recommended temperature.
6. Close the door. The oven
light will come on and
cooking will begin. When
the probe senses the temperature you selected, the
oven will automatically
go
into the Keep Warm Cycle.
(Note: The Temperature
Probe should always be
unplugged
and removed
with the food to cancel
the Keep Warm Cycle and
prevent the possibility
of
arcing.)
Hints for using the temperature
DO...
probe
DON’T...
use hot pads when removing probe from
food or food from oven
l stir foods during
cooking when
recommended
l stir soups, casseroles
and drinks before
serving
9 cover roasts with foil and let stand a few
minutes after cooking
Remove foil if you decide to cook it longer.
l unplug
probe when food is removed to stop
oven operation when door is closed.
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Temperature
probe cooking tips
For casseroles, the tip
of the probe should be
in the center of the food.
Stir foods when recommended. Replace the
probe.
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let probe cable or probe touch any part of
the oven interior. Damage to the probe or the
oven could result.
let probe touch foil (if used]. Arcing could result. Foil can be kept away from probe with
wooden toothpicks. Remove foil if arcing
occurs.
use paper, plastic wrap or plastic containers.
Fire could result. They will be in the oven too
long.
use probe in regular oven. Damage to probe
will result
force probe into frozen food. Damage to
probe will result.
For liquids, balance the
probe on a wooden
spoon or spatula so the
tip of the probe is in
the center of the liquid.
Casseroles cooked using the Temperature
Probe should be made from precooked
foods. Do not use raw meats, raw vegetables
and cream sauces in casseroles.
Dry casseroles do not work well.
Thaw frozen casseroles and meats in the
microwave
oven before inserting the probe.
If you are cooking individual
servings such as
mugs of soup, check the probe setting in several of the items-all
the mugs may not heat
at the same rate.
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For roasts, the tip of the
probe should be in the
center of the largest
muscle, but not touching
fat or bone.
Dry meat loaf mixtures don’t work well.
Remember that roasts may vary in size,
shape and composition.
Use the timings for
minutes per pound as a guideline
as well
as the Temperature
Probe.
Starchy vegetables
tend to stick to the
Temperature
Probe.
Cleaning the probe
1. Remove probe from mtcrowave
oven using hot pads
2 Wipe probe with a hot sudsy cloth. Use a plastic scouring
foods.
3 Do not clean the probe in the dishwasher.
pad to remove
stubborn
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Temperature probe cooking chart
Food cooked
temperature
The following
food and the
temperature
in a microwave
oven will continue to cook during the standing time. Food
will rise 5 to IO” during the standing time.
chart shows how to use the Temperature Probe in different foods. Remove the
Temperature
Probe from the oven when it reaches the recommended
setting, unless you wish the oven to hold the food in the Keep Warm Cycle.
PROBE
PLACEMENT
FOOD
TEMPERATURE
SElllNG
TIPS
Appetizer
Dips
Probe in center of dip.
Can touch dish bottom.
130°F
Beverages
Probe can touch
bottom of container.
150-160’ F
Probe in center. Can
touch dish bottom.
15O’F
Probe in center of dish.
Should not touch dish
bottom.
150 F
Partially cover dish
to speed cooking. Stir
before serving.
Insert through one
end of roast and push
toward center.
Insert so probe is in
center of meat. Do not
allow probe to contact
bone marrow or fat
pocket - oven may
stop before reaching
desired temperature.
Beet, Veal & Lamb
Rare - 125°F
Medium - 145’F
Well - 155°F
Ham
Fully cooked - 120-F
Meatloaf
- 14O’F
Pork, fresh
Ham - 160°F
Venison - 160 F
Meat must be completely
thawed. Place on a microwave
roasting rack in
a glass baking dish. During standing time the
temperature
will increase
5 to IO’F
Sandwiches
First 1/2inch of probe in
the center of the filling.
120,
Place sandwich
on
paper plate or towel.
For multiple sandwiches, place probe
in center sandwich.
Sauces
Probe in center of
sauce. Can touch dish
bottom.
150 F
Seafoods
Probe in thickest
part of lobster or fish,
or center of seafood
casserole.
160-170 F
soups
Probe can touch dish
bottom
150-160 F
If soup has additional
solid ingredients,
increase temperature
setting.
Vegetables,
canned
or
pre-cooked
Probe in center
vegetables.
150-170 F
Partially cover
container
to speed
cooking.
Lettover
Canned
&
Foods
Main Dishes
Casseroles
Meats
Boneless
Bone-In
10
&
of
Stir before
serving.
Operating safety precautions
DO NOT use the oven until you have read and understand
USE HOT PADS. Microwave
energy does not heat contanners, but the hot food does
DO NOT let the oven continue
to operate after removing a
food Cancel time or remove
probe
DO NOT OVERCOOK
POTATOES. Fire could result.
At the end of the recommended cooking time they
should be slightly firm.
Wrap in foil and set aside
for 5 minutes. They will finish
cooking while standing.
To test a dish for safe use. If in
doubt about any glass, pottery or china utetx$ WliHOUT
METAL TRIM, place dish in
oven on HIGH for 20 seconds.
If it feels warm when taken
from the oven, do not cook or
heat in it.
It IS normal for the slgnal
lights to flicker while the
mlcrowave
oven 1son
on safe use
DO NOT heat
flammable
or
materials in or
oven. Fire may
or store
inflammable
near the
result.
touch the
WARNING - Use care when
heating liquids or adding
ingredients to heated liquids
Liquids heated in certain
shaped containers may become overheated.
The liquid
may splash out with a loud
noise dunng or after heating
or when addlng ingredients
[instant coffee, etc.). This can
harm the oven and the hot
liquid could burn you. Do not
use such containers to heat
liquids again.
If your electric power line
voltage is less than the normal 120 volts, cooking times
may be longer.
Make popcorn only in
poppers designed for use
in microwave
ovens. Follow
popper directions. Results are
the popper manufacturer’s
responsibility. Over-cooking
will not yield more popped
corn, but may result in fire.
DO NOT store things in the
oven. Do not leave paper
products, books or cooking
utensils in the oven when not in
use. Fire may result if someone
accidentally
starts the oven.
Don’t let anything
top of the oven.
If a fire should start in the
oven cavity:
l keep
door closed
l turn oven
and cooktop
fan off.
l disconnect
the power supply at the fuse or circuit
breaker.
ALL the Information
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Starting a microwave
oven when its empty is not
recommended.
If you experiment, put a container
of water in the oven.
It is normal for the inside
of the oven door to look
wavy after the oven has
been running for a while.
NEVER COOK OR
REHEAT A WHOLE EGG.
NEVER lean on the door or
allow a child to swing on it
when the door is open Injury
could result.
Steam build-up in whole
eggs may cause them to
burst and burn you, and
possibly damage
the oven
Slice hard boiled eggs
before heating. In rare
instances, poached
eggs
have been known to
explode. Cover poached
eggs and allow a standing
time of one mrnute before
cutting into them
Caring for your microwave oven
Cleaning the microwave oven
Wipe often with warm sudsy
water and a soft cloth or
sponge
For stubborn solI. boil a cup
of water in the oven for 2 or 3
mrnutes Steam WIII soften
the so11
‘Be sure to clean the areas
where the door and oven
frame touch when closed.
When cleaning
surfaces of
door and oven that come together on closing the door,
use only mild, non-abrasive
soaps or detergents applied
with a sponge or soft cloth.
Rinse well
Caution:
Abrasive cleansers, steel wool pads, gritty wash cloths. etc can damage
the control
panel and the interior and exterior oven surfaces Use a soft cloth or a sponge with a mild
detergent or spray gloss cleaner
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Cleaning the grease filter
The grease filter should be removed and cleaned
often, at least once a month. (Note: If
your microwave
hood combination
has an extra charcoal
filter from the Recirculating
Kit
(RCH6000/788000],
it should be replaced
every12 months.]
1. For your personal safety, turn
off the electric power at the
main power supply.
To replace, insert the front filter
edge into the back of the
light lens, Push up the back
edge of the filter, then pull out
the two filter fasteners to
secure the filter.
2. Push in the two filter fasteners
at the back edge of the filter.
Pull down on the back edge
of the filter frame. Slide the
front edge out of the light lens.
5. Turn the power back on at the
main power supply
3. Soak filter in hot water and a
mild detergent. Scrub and
swish to remove embedded
dirt and grease. Rinse well
and shake to dry. Do not use
ammonia
or place in a
dishwasher.
The aluminum
will darken.
6. Do not operate the hood
without the filter(s) in place.
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Replacing the cooktop and oven lights
The cooktoo liaht is an la-watt, fluorescent lamp. The oven light is a 40-watt, candelabra
base bulb. io replace either of these lights, follow these steps:
Al
1. For your
personal safety, turn
off the electric power at the
main power supply.
The cooktop
2. Remove the grease
See page 13.
filter.
light:
‘1. G rasp the lamp
at both ends.
Roll bottom of lamp towards
the front Until it stops. Pull down
and remove one end, then
the other.
3. Replace
the light lens.
4. Replace the grease filter,
3. Remove the light lens by pulling the back corners, one
at a time. Grasp lens with both
hands and pull again to
release front edge from clips.
5. Turn the power back on at
the main power supply.
2. Replace with an la-watt,
24-inch fluorescent lamp
The oven light:
1. Remove
filter, light lens and
fluorescent cooktop lamp
as described
above. Pull
down on the white connector plug to disconnect.
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2. Remove the oven light
cover screw, slide the light
cover off and pull the oven
light assembly out of the
oven cavity
4. Replace the oven lightassembly in the oven
cavity and plug the white
connector
in.
5. Replace
the light lens.
6.
the grease
Replace
filter.
7. Turn the power back on at
the main power supply.
If you need service or assistance,
we suggest you follow these four steps:
1. Before
calling for assistance...
Performance
problems
often result from little
things you can find and fix yourself without tools
of any kind.
If nothing operates:
l Have you checked
the main fuse or circuit
breaker box?
l Is the oven
correctly plugged
into a
live circuit with the proper voltage? [See
‘INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:‘)
If microwave
cooking times seem too long:
l Is the electric
supply to your home low or
lower than normal? Your electric company
can tell you if the line voltage is low
l Is the Cook
Power set correctly?
l Are you allowing
more time when cooking
more than one food at one time?
If the oven or cooktop
light does not work:
Is the bulb or lamp loose or burned out?
. Is the white plastic connector plug fully
inserted?
If the exhaust fan does not work:
l Have
you checked the main fuse or circuit
breaker box?
If the exhaust fan does not turn off:
l The exhaust
fan comes on automatically,
to
protect the microwave
oven, if the temperature gets too hot.
If the microwave
oven turns off too soon
or not soon enough when using the probe:
l Is at least % of the probe
in the food?
l Is the probe
tip in the center of the food?
l Is the probe
touching bone or fat?
l Have you allowed
roasts to stand for a
few minutes after cooking to equalize the
temperature?
l Is the Cook
Power set correctly?
l Is the Probe Temperature
set correctly?
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2. If you need assistance?..
Call the Whirlpool
COOL-LINE*
service
assistance telephone
number. Dial free from:
Continental
U.S. . . . . . . . . . (800) 253-1301
Michigan
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 632-2243
Alaska & Hawaii . . . . . . . . . (800) 253-1121
and talk with one of our trained Consultants. The
Consultant can instruct you on how to obtain
satisfactory operation from your appliance
or, if
service is necessary,
recommend
a qualified
service company
in your area.
3.
If you need service?..
Whirlpool
has a
nationwide
network of franchised
TECH-CARE’
servCompanies.
1 ice
I TECH-CARE service
technicians
are
trained to fulfill the
FRANCHISED
SERVICE
product
warranty
and provide afterwarranty service, anywhere in the United States.
To locate TECH-CARE service in your arec, call
our COOL-LINE service assistance
telephone
number [see Step 2) or look in your telephone
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4. If you have a problem?..
Call our COOL-LINE service assistance
telephone number (see Step 2) and talk with one of
our Consultants, or if You prefer, write to:
Mr. Robert Stanley
Division Vice President
Whirlpool Corporation
2000 US-33, North
Benton Harbor, Ml 49022
‘If you must call or write, please provide: model
number, serial number, date of purchase, and a
complete
description
of the problem. This information is needed in order to better respond to
your request for assistance.
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Home
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your world
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