Contents - GE Appliances
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Contents
Adapter Plugs
Add 30Seconds
Aluminum Foti
Amdhnce [email protected]
Auto Defrost
BeveragePad
Care and Cleaning
(lmsumer Services
Control Panel
Cookin~ComPlete Reminder
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29
10
4
2
12,13
11
28
31
7
6
MicrowaveCookwareGuide
MicrowavingTips
16
3
Minute Pad
Minute/Second Timer
10
8
Modeland SerialNumbers
Popcorn Pad
2
11
PowerLevels
Precautions
Problem Solver
Quick Reheat
8-10
2-5
30
11
CookingGuide
DefrostingGuicle
21-2’7
19,20
SafetyInslxuctions
Temperature Cook
2-5
14
DelayedCooking
Dinner Plate Pacl
8
11
Temperature Pr~be
Time Cook
4,6,14,28
10
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.~Make sure all cookwareused
in
yourmicrowaveoven is suitable
for microwaving. Most glass
casseroles, cooking dishes,
measuring cups, custard cLlps,
pottery or china dinnerware which
does not have metallic trim or
~l:lzewith a metallic sheen can be
used. Some cookware is labeled
“suitable for microwaving.”
an
using
this
When using electrical
appliances, basic safety
precautions should be followed,
inckding the following:
microwave energy:
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Read and
fohv
the
specif’k
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“PRECAUTIONS
POSSBLE
EXPOSURETo
EXCESSIVE
ENERGY” Oltl page 2.
Place in the oven both the dish yOLI
w testing and a glass measuring
cup f-iIleci with one CLIp water-set
-=+ the nmisLiring CIJp either in or next
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1 minute at
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l~igh, If. the dish he:lts. it should not
bc Hwd Il)r fllicl-t)~}’:l~’illg. If the
d iill rL!lll[liIIS cool and only the
i~;itcr in the cup heats. then the
@This appliance must be
grounded. Connect only to
properly groundedoutlet.
See “GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS” on page 29.
~Use this appliance only for
its kknded use as described
in this manuaL Do not use
corrosive chemicals or vapors in
this appliance. This microwave
oven is specifically designed to
he;~Ior cook food, and is not
intendcd for laboratory or
inciustrial Llsc.
plug
this
into its 01$711
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I’licku-ing of lights. blowing of
[’USC
or tripping of circuit breaker.
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the risk of burns, ektrk
slmck~firt$ injury to persons
or expostm to excessive
U’you are not sure if a dish is
i~~icro%v~~k’e-saf’e,
use this test:
Be certain
to pkice the frontI
surface
ofthe door
back from
the
to add
‘of’the
Mxw3ntal tipping
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e Do not cover or block any
openingson the dppliance.
~Do not store this appliance
outdoors. Do not use this
product near water—for
example, in a wet basement,
near a swimming pool or near
a sink.
~Do not immerse power cm-d
or plug in water.
~Keep power cord away from
heated surfaces.
oDo not M power cord hang
over edge of table or counter.
e Do not operate this
appliance if it has a damaged
powel” eol”d or -plug,if’it is not
working propdy or ~f~~~a$
been damaged or dropped.
* See door surface cleaning
instructions in the Care and
Cleaning section(s) of this book.
oThis
should be
serviced only by
service personnel. Contact
nearest authorized service
facility for examination+repair
or adjustment.
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—If materials inside oven
should ignite, keep oven
door closed, turn oven off, and
disconnect power cord, or shut
off power at the fuse or circuit
breaker panel.
Foods WMkxl.ill Iiquids
(such as pasta) may tend to boil
over more rapidly than foods
containing less moisture.
Should this occur, refer to page
28 for instructions on how to
clean the inside of the oven.
~Some pwh.ds such as
whole eggs and sealed
emtaimm-for example,
closed -jars—will explode and
should not be heated in this
microwave oven. Such use of
the microwave oven could
result in injury.
@Themmmeter-Do
not use a
thermometer in food you are
microwaving unless the
therrnomettiiis designed or
recommended for use in the
microwave oven.
e Avoid heating baby food in
glass jars, even without their
lids; especially meat and egg
mixtures.
~Don’t defrost frozen
beverages in narrow necked
bottles (especially carbonated
beverages). Even if the
container is opened, pi.essure
can build up. This can cause the
container to burst, possibly
resulting in injury.
e Use metal onljT as direded. in
TV dinners may be
this
book.
microwaved in foil trays less
than 3/4” high; remove top foil
cover and return tray to box.
When using metal in the
microw:lvc oven. keep metal at
least 1 inch al%”ayfl”omsides
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it to cook with. If you
leave the probe inside the oven
without inserting it in food or
liquid, and turn on microwave
energy, it can create electrical
arcing in the oven and damage
oven walls.
e Plastic cookware- Plastic
cookware designed for
microwave cooking is very
useful, but should be used
carefully. Even microwave-safe
plastic may not be as tolerant of
overcooking conditions as are
aGlass01-ceramic materials and
may soften or char if subjectedto
short periods of overcooking.In
longer exposures to overcooking:,
the food and COOkWW’C COLlld
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microwave-safeplastics only and
use them in strict compliance
with [hecookwareIllaIILl[.aCtLII-eI-’S
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2) Do not
subject empty cookwre to
microwaving. 3) Do nol permit
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the directions exactly and
always cook the meat to an
internal temperature of at Ieast
170”I?.This assures that, in the
remote possibility that trichina
may be present in the meat, it
will be killed and meat will be
safe to eat.
~Do not boil eggs in a
microwave oven. Pressure wiH
build up inside egg yolk and
will cause it to burst, possibly
resuIting in injury.
oFoods with unbroken outer
%kin>9such as potatoes,
sausages, tomatoes, apples,
chicken livers anclother giblets.
and egg yolks (see previous
caution) should bc pierced to
allow stewn to escape during
* ‘%oilabk” cooking pouches
and tightly dosed plastic bags
should be slit, pierced or vented
as directed by package. If they
are not, plastic could burst
during or immediatelyafter
cooking, possibly resulting in
injury. Also, plastic storage
containers should be at least
partially uncovered because
they form a tight seal. When
cooking with containers tightly
covered with pIastic wrap,
remove covering carefully and
direct steam away from hands
and face.
SAVE
cooking.
e hrot all plasik wrap is
suitable for use k! mkrowave
ovens. Check [he package for
proper use.
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Program cooking
Use your Touch Control Panel to
Quick Reheat and Auto Defrost—
with the oven setting the power
levels and cooking or heating
times; to Ternp Cook & Hold,
using your choice of temperature;
to Time Cook or Time Defrost,
using your choice of power levels
from 1 (lowest) to 10 (highest); to
Quick Reheat us;ng a preset time
and power level !tii reheating
foods; to cook popcorn using a
preset time and power level; to
extend cooking time by 30 seconds
using the Add 30 Seconds pad; to
set the clock; and to time kitchen
tasks with the Min/Sec Timer.
Create your own programs to suit
your individual cooking style. For
example: program a hold time
between Time Defrost and Time
Cook I & II; set Time Cook I & H
for a two-stage program using
different times and power levels;
or use the Min/Sec Timer to delay
the start of a cooking function.
such as Temp Cook & Hold.
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Optional accessories are available
at extra cost from yoLII”GE
supplier.
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this oven to a built-in wall oven.
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To remind you that you have food in the oven, the
oven will beep once a minute until yotl either open
the oven door or touch the CLEAR/OFF pad.
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10. ADD 30 SI!XXXNDSe
Press
thispadto add30 secondsto the
cooktimeas it’scountingdowri.
IL MIN/SECTIMER. This
featureusesno microwaveenergy.It
functionsas a kitchentimer,as a
allows
— you.to set th62oven controls
Jectronicdly with the touch of a
finger. It’s designed to be easy to
use and understand.
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YouPlugin
theoven
The display panel dispIays five 8’s,
“18 POWER” and all of the oven
functions. After 15 seconds, all
]ights djsappea~ and “RESET”
appears in the upper portion.
Touch the CLEAR/OFF pad,
set the Clock and oven is ready
for use.
If power is disrupted at any time,
the above sequence recurs, and you
must reset the C]ock after touching
the CLEAR/OFF pad.
1. DISPLAY. Displays time of
Liily,time ct)Ulltillgclownduring
cook ing [’unctions. power level,
cooking mode and instructions.
2. TUW~ DWEROSW. Gentle
thawing at aL[toImtic power level
.; (Low).
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holding period after defrost or as a
delay timer before time cooking.
12. AUTO DEFROST. Touch this
pad and enter food weight. The
oven automatically sets power
levels and defrostin~time.
13. CODE REHEAT.Use Code
Reheat for quick reheating of a
variety of foods using different
times and power levels.
14. D1NN1311PLATE. Reheat a
plate of leftovers by just pressing
this pad.
15. NUMBER PADS. Touch these
pads to enter cooking/defrosting
time, power level and time of day.
16. CLOCK. Touch this pad to
enter time of day or check time of
day while microwaving.
To set clock, first touch CLOCK
pad and then enter time of day. For
example, if time is 1:~~1to~lch
number pads 1, 3, and Oand “1:30”
will
display. Then tOLICh
STARTpad. To reset or change
time. simply repeat above process.
IT. CL~A~~~F. When touched.
it shuts off the oven and erases uI1
settings (except time of day).
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The Nlin/Sec ‘Timerhas three
timing functions:
~N operatesm a minute timer.
e It can be set to delay cooking.
~Mcan be used as a hold setting
afteI*defrosting.
The Min/Sec Timer operates
without microwave energy.
Let’s say you want to defrost a
frozen casserole for 15 minutes,
hold for 10 minutes and then Time
Cook for 25 minutes. Here’s how
to do it:
Step 1: Take the casserole from
the freezer and place it in the oven.
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1. Touch MIN/SEC TIMER pad.
2. Touch number pad 3 and
MINUTE pad (for 3 minutes and
no seconds).
3. Touch START.Display shows
time counting down. The timer
signals when time is Lip.
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The MinuhXWconctTimer can also
bc used 10pragrmn a ..hokiing
tiine” bct~}’eenmicrowave cooking
functions. The time can range from
onc second to 99 minutes and 99
seconds, A holding or standing
1inlc nl:ly bc found in some of your
own rccipcs or in the Cooking
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START
Step 8: Touch START.As
each function i~automatically
performed, Otru clisplayshows
instructions entered and the
function. When time is up, the
oven signals and flashes “End.”
Questionsand &XWVfYS
Step 2: Touch TIME DEFROST.
Step 3: Touch pads 1,5 and
MINUTE pad for 15minutes
defrosting~ime. (Defrosting is
automatically set on power level 3
but can be changed by touching the
POWER LEVEL pad and the
desired power level.)
Time
Step7: Touch2,5 andMINUTE
padfor 25 minutesof cookingtime.
Step 4: Set standing or hold time
by touching hllN/SEC TIMER.
Step 5: Touch 1.0 and MINUTE
p:ld 10hold for 1()Illinuks.
Q. What will happen if I
accidentally reverse my defrost,
hold and cook instructions?
A. The oven will automatically
rearrange your proe~am.Defrosting
will always come first, then hold,
and then the cooking function.
Q. Can I defrost and hold only?
A. Yes. Sometimes you may only
want to defrost a food, hold it, and
cook it later. All yoL~need to do is
program in defrost and amount of
time, Then program the hold time.
Be sure to put the thawecidis!~in
the refrigerator promptly.
NOTE: Let foods remain at room
temperature only as long as Sal-e.
Times will vary.
Q. I programmed mv. oven for
a specifk defrosting time but ii
defrosted longer than MXxXsary.
What happened?
A. When instrLwtions coni-lict. Ihc
own cw”rics oLlt the M instrLMion.
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Time Defrost is designed for
speedy thawing of frozenfood
and is one of the greatadvantages
of a microwaveoven.
Use the Time Defrost setting to
quickly thaw foods such as bread,
rolls, vegetables, fruits and frozen
dinners. The ALUODefrost setting
is preferred for meat and poultry
becausethe oven sets the defrosting
time and power levels for yotl.
@Power ]evel 3 is automatically set
for defrosting, but you may change
this for more flexibility.
o See the Defrosting Guide for
defrosting help.
To become better acquainted with
the defrost function,defrost a 10oz.
package of frozen strawberries bY
following the steps below.
Step 1: Place a package of frozen
strawberries in the oven and close
the door. Be sL!re[he package
contains
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Step 4: Touch STARTpad. “DEF
TIME” shows and time counts
down on display.When cycle is
completed, the oven signals and
flashes “End,” then automatically
shuts Off.
Step 5: Turn the package over,
close the door and repeat Steps
2 and 3 to set the remaining half
of defrosting time and touch
STARTpad.
. Step 6: When the oven signals
and flashes “End,” open the door,
remove the package and separate
strawberries to finish defrosting.
Tips
no metal.
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Q. When I press START,I hear a
dull,thumpingnoise.Whatk it?
START
e Foods frozen in paper or plastic
can be defrosted in the package.
TIRAE
A. This sound is normal. It is
letting you know the oven is using
a power level lower than 10 (High).
Q. Can 1 defrost small items b a
hurry?
A. Yes, but they will need more
frequent attention than usual. Raise
the power level af!~rmtering the
time by touching the desired power
level pad. Power level 7 cuts the
total defrosting time in about 1/2;
Power level 10 cuts the total
defrosting time to approximately
1/3. During either, rotate or stir
food frequently.
Q. Why don’t the defrosting
times in the cookbook seem
right for my food?
A. These times are averages.
Defrosting time can vary according
to the temperature in your freezer.
Set yOUXoven for the time
indicated in your cookbook. If
yOUrfood is still not completely
thawed at the end of that time,
reset your oven and adjust the time
according y.
Q. Should a~lfoods be completel~7
thawed before cooking?
A. Some foods shouid not be
completely thawed before cooking.
For example. fish cooks so quickly
it is better to begin cooking while
it is still slightly frozen.
Q. can I open thedoorChn”ing
defrosting @ check on the
pl”ogremof my food’?
A. Yes. You may open the door at
my time during microwaving.
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rmLIme cicl.resting. C1OSCtile door
and press START. Tiw oven begins
operating if time is i~fl ~J[l~imer.
If not. reset timer.
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microwave for a selected amount
of time.
Power level 10 (High) is
recommended for most cooking,
but you may change this for more
flexibility.See the Cooking Guide.
To become better acquaintedwith
time cooking, make a cup of coffee
by followini the steps below.
Using the ‘rime cook
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meExpresscook Feature
The Time Cook II feature lets you
set two time cooking functions
within one program. This is ideal if
you want to change power levels
during your cooking operations.
Here’s how to do it:
Step 1: Place food in oven in
microwave-safe container and
close the door.
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TIMECOOK
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Step 1: Fill a cup 2/3 full of water,
add 1 teaspoon of”instant cofi”ee
WI stir [0 dissoJve. Use a cup
that IMsno metal decoration
und is lllic~-(j~$ral’e-safe
(refer to
filicro~~):i~ing
Tips). place cup
ill oven und close door.
Step 2: Touch TIME COOK I & 11.
Step 3: Select your first cook time.
For example. touch 2, 1 and 5 for
two minutes and 15 seconds.
Step 4: Touch TIME COOK I & II.
[email protected] 5:Set your second cook time.
HOW’to change Power Level
Af’tersetting cooking time,
touch POWER LEVEL pad,
then tOU~hC]eSil.eCi
nLlnlbeI.fO1.
new power level.
The Express Cook feature is a
short-c~tmethod to set time for
1–5minutes.
To Express Cook your food or
beverage:
Step 1: Touch a number pad (from
1 to 5) that correspondswith the
amount of your desired cooking
time (in minu,es). For example,
touch the 2 pad for 2 minutes of
cooking time.
Step 2: Touchthe STARTpad.
The oven will automaticallysignal,
flash “End” and shut off at the end
of the programmed time.
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Add 30 seconds
providesa convenientway to extend
cooking time by 30 seconds white
the oven timer is counting down.
It will add 30 seconds to the time
shown each time the pad is touched.
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Step 6: TOUdISTART pad.
Step 7: “POWER 10’”is ciisplaycd
and ‘.C(X)K TIME i“ COLIIltS
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The Quick Reheat feature is a
short-termprogramto automatically
reheat a beverage or previously
cooked food. The oven turns off
automaticallyafter a preset amount
of time.
Touchjust 3 pads to use Code
Reheat codes 1 to 6 to reheat many
popular foods. See the guide at
bottom of page. Or touch just 2
pads to use the BEVERAGE or
DINNER PLATE programs with
the oven automatically setting the
code for you.
Beverage
The Beverage program makes it
simple to reheat a cup of hot
chocolate or other beverage. Use a
cup tha[ has no metal decoration
and is micmwave-safe (refer to
!Microvwving Tips).
Step 1: Touch BEVERAGE pad.
step 2: “hLICh sTART pad.
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code Reheat
Popmn
TheCodeReheatprogrammakes
it a snapto reheatmanypopular
foods.Choosea codenumberfrom
I to 6 (seeguidebelow).
Step 1: TouchCODEREHEAT
pad.
Step 2: Toucha numberpadfrom
1to 6 to selecta foodgroup.
Step 3: TouchSTARTpad.
Ovenwill signalanddisplay
remainingtimecountingdown
shortlybeforeshutoff.
Regular MicrowavePopcorn
Step 1: TouchPOPCORNpad.
Adjust for shorter or
Longer cook Time
If yourfavoritepopcornis
undercooked,try this:
l’o ReheatMore Than
one serving
Quick Reheat codes 1 through 5
and Beverage let you heat up to
three servings. To add more than
one serving,just touch number
pad 2 or 3 right before touching
START.
\;/ij] signal and display
remain ing time couriting
shortly bcf~)re sil Ltt off.
Dinner
down
Touch the POPCORN pad.
Touch number pad 1 for regular
microwave popcorn or touch
number pad 2 for light 1nicrowave
popcorn. Touch number pad 9. A
plLlssign is displayed. The plLM
sign indicates 20 seconds is added
to cooking time.
If your favorite }30pcornis
o~wrcooked,try this:
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‘1’k Dinner Plit[cprogram makes it
L!asytoIvh!:t[ :1 plm of. ICf[ovm
or 1.CIIC21a prc’vh)lls]y prcpmd
Inc;ll ft)r [I g[Icsl ivho arrived 1ate
/’()1”d illllcr.
The serving size may even be
acidedafter touching START.Just
touch IIUlllb~l”
pild 201-3. ..SERV”
and a number will be displayed
briefly to show that serving size
IIOShwn changed.
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Step 2: TouchSTARTpad.
Ovenwillsignalanddisplay
remainingtimecountingdown
shortlybeforeshutoff.
LightMicrowavePopcorn
Step1: Touch POIJCORNpad.
Step 2: Touch nuinii~rpad 2.
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TOLICh
number pad 1 for I.CgLIIW
microwave popcorn or touch
number pad ~ for light micmwavc
popcorn. TOLICh IILIIIlbeI. pad 1. A
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mintls sign is displ :Iyed. The mi nLIS
sigll iIILlicz\tes 20 SCCOlldS 1(2SS
cooking
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With k Auto Defrost feature,
the oven automaticaHysets the
defrosting times and power
levels for you.
Use the AutoDefrostGuideon the
nextpage. Enterthefoodweightin
poundsandtenthsof a pound(see
ConversionGuideat right).Then
touchSTARTpad.
The oven calculatesdefrosting
timeandchangespowerlevels
duringdefrostingto giveeven
defrostingresults.
AfterAutoDefrosting,meatneeds
to standin orderto lettheinside
defrost,Youmaytakethefoodout
of theovenif youwish.Standtime
recommendationsare givenin the
guideon thenextpage.
3. Enterweight.For example,
touchnumberpads1and2 forweight
of 1.2 pounds-(lpound,3 ounces.
SeeConversionGuideat right.).
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How toset Auto Defrost
START
Before you begin, check the
guide located at front of oven
when you open the door.It shows
minimum and maximum food
lveights for a variety of foods.
You will need to know your food
weight before setting Auto Defrost.
1. Remove food from package,
place in oven on microwave-safe
dish and close door.
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AUTO I.IEF.
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4. TouchSTARTpad.Display
shows defrost time counting down.
amversion Guide
If the weigl~tcf food is statedin
pounds and om?ces,the ounces
must be convertedto tenths
(.1) of a pound.
Pounds
.1
.2
.3
.4
.5
.6
.7
.8
.9
Ounces
1–2
3
4-5
6-7
8
9-1o
11
12–13
14--15
Twice during defrosting, the
oven beeps 4 times and WNEln”
flashes. Follow the directions in
the Auto Defrost Guide for what to
do at the first and second signal.
Then close the door and touch the
START pad. (Defrosting continues
during the “TURn” display.)
When deji-ostingtime is completed,
“End” fiashes and oven beeps 4
[imcs. “lid” rcmains oil display
and ()\’cn lwcps Cvcry m illum Llntil
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FOODS
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MIN.-MAX.
WEIGHT
FIRST SIGNAL
SECOND SIGNAL
STAND ITME
chops
0.1 -6.0 lbs.
Turn over.
Separate and shield
where necessary.
5 minutes
Frankfurters, Sausage
0.1 -6.0 Ibs.
Separate.
Remove defrosted
pieces.
2 minutes
Ground Meat
0.1 -6.0 lbs.
Turn over.
Remove defrosted areas
and break apart.
5 minutes
Beef Patties
0.1 -6.0 lbs.
Turn over.
Separate patties.
Roast
0.1 -6.0 Ibs.
Turn over and
shield.
Shield if necessary.
0.1 -6.0 lbs.
Turnover.
Removedefrosted
pieces.Shieldif
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Ribs
90 minutes
,
0.1 -6.0 Ibs.
Turn over.
Stew
0.1 -6.0 lbs.
Turn over and
separate.
Separate and remove
defrosted pieces.
0.1 -6.Olbs.
I Turn overand
I Turnover and shield.
Tuky Breast
(breast side up)
0. i -6.0 lbs.
Turn over.
Chicken Pieces
0.1 -6.0 lbs.
CornishhCJM (whole)
0.1 -6.0
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5 minutes
Separateand remove
defrostedpieces.
Remove wrapper
and turn over.
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10minutes;
20 minutes in
refrigerator
ShieM where
Tum over.
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5 minutes
10 minutes;
run cold water
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6.() Ibs.
‘rtll-llOVM.
Separate and remove
defrosted pieces.
5 minutes
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defrosted pieces.
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Mend
temperature is the best
test of doneness for many foods.
Use Teinp Cook & EkM to cook
a variety of foods to the desired
finished food temperature. The
Thne Cook I & 11setting is
recommended for batters,
doughs, frozen foods and foods
which are difficult to cook
precisely with the probe.
Temp Cook & Hold takes the
awesswork out of cooking, because
the oven automatically switches
to “Hold” setting after reaching
the preset food temperature and
maintains that temperature until
you touch the CLEAWOFF pad.
Note: Oven automatically switches
to ‘*Hoitl” when preset food
temperature is reached.
The
Probe
HANDLE
END
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CABLE
SENSOR
Q. A~*ethere any foods I can’t
Place pork roast in cooking bag
and place in microwave-safedish.
Place meat in oven with probe to
the right. Insert cable end of probe
firmly into receptacle on oven
wall.
How toTemp cook a
Rdk!d Beef’Rib Roast
toMediw-n
Step 1: Insert temperature probe
and attach probe securely in oven
wall, Close the door.
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HOLD pad.
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and Answers
Step 3: TOLXh 1, 6 and O for
160°F.
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Wep 4: Touch POIVER LEVEL
p:ld. ‘hldl
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~emp Cook?
A. Yes. Delicate butter icings, ice
cream, frozen whipped toppings,
etc., soften rapidly at warm
temperatures.Batters, doughs and
frozen foods are also difficult to
cook precisely with the probe. It’s
best to Time ~o~Jk these foods.
Q. Why did 661’’X~lbE”
flash on
the display after I touched the
START pad?
A. “PRObE”willflashif you
don’tseatthecableend of the
probesecurelyintothereceptacle
in the ovenwallor if you touchthe
TEMPCOOK& HOLDpad and
forgetto use the probe.
Q. Can 1 leave my probein the
ovenif it’snot insertedin food’?
A. No, if it touches the oven wall,
it may damage the oven.
Q. Can I Temp Cook different
portions of food at different
temperatures?
A. Yes. The temperature probe
gives you the freedom to cook
different portions of food at
different temperatures to suit
individual eating styles. Simply
place probe in food and change
temperature setting as needed.
cocking ‘rips
@Use a lower power level: foods
will heat nm.e evelliy thOLlgh
reqLliring more time.
e Bc sure frozen i’oodhas been
completely clefros[edbefore
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off if Llsed in frozen
j.oods.
@Co\:er foods loose]y
formoi sl Llrc
control and Cluick.even hcatin,g.
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When adapting recipes for the microwave, it is best
to start with a familiar recipe. Knowing how the
food should look and taste will help when adapting
recipes for microwaving.Foods that require
browningor crisp, dry surfaces will cook better
conventionaHy.
eMoist foods, such as vegetables,fhrits, poultry and
seafood,microwave well.
e Rich foods, such as bar cookies, moist cakes and
candies, are suitable for microwavingbecause of their
high fat and sugar content.
0Reduce conventional cooking time by one-half to onethird. Check food after minimum time to avoid
overcooking.
@SmaIl amounts of butter or oil can be used for
flavoring, but are not needed to prevent sticking.
~Seasonings may need to be reduced. Salt meats and
vegetables after cooking.
Covering. in both conventional and microwave
cooking, covers hold in moisture, allow for more even
heating and reduce cooking time. Conventionally,
partial Coifcringallows excess steam to escape. Venting
plastic \vrap oI- covering with wax paper serves the
swne purpww Wrhcnmicrowaving.
Jfellting. Af[ci-co~~cringa dish with pklstic Wrap,YoLl
Scrlt[he pl:~~tj~wrap by turning back one corner so
excess stcaIllcan Cscapc.
l~rranging ~Joodin (hen. IIIconventional baking, yOLI
position” [00(1s, such as cake layer-s OI-potatoes, so hot
:lir can no\\”around thcm. When microwaving,
yoLl
arrange I’OOLISin a I-ing. so llult :il 1 sides are exposed to
II1iL’f’()\\’il\’C L’llt!l.g}/.
Arcing. Sparks caused by too much metal in the
microwaveoven or metal touchingthe side of the oven
or foil that is not molded to food.
PrickFoodsto ReleasePressure.Steambuildsup
pressurein foodsthataretightlycoveredby a skinor
membrane.Prickfoods,suchas potatoes(asyoudo
conventionally),
eggyolksandchickenlivers,to
preventbursting.
Rotating. occasionally, repositioninga dish in the oven
helps food cook more evenly.To rotate 1/2 turn, turn
the dish until the side that was to the back of the oven is
to the front. To rotate 1/4 turn, turn L,Gdish until the
side that was to the back of the oven is t~ the side.
Basic Microwave
Guidelines
Density of Food. In both conventionaland microwave
cooking, dense foods, such as potatoes, take longer to
cook than light, porous foods, such as rolls, bread or
pieces of cake.
Round Shapes. Since microwaves penetrate foods to
about one inch from top, bottom and sides. round
shapes and rings cook more evenly. Corners receive
more energy and may overcook. This may also happen
when cooking conventionally.
Delicacy. Foods with a delicate texture, such as
custards. are best cooked at lower power settings to
avoid toughening.
Natural Moisture of food affects how it cooks. Very
moist foods cook evenly because microwave energy is
attracted to water molecules. Food that is uneven in
moisture should be covered or allowed to stand so heat
cwl disperse evenl}?.
Piece Size. Small pieces cook faster than large ones.
Pieces that are similar in size and shape cook more
evcnlj’. With large pieces of food. reduce the power
sctt in: t’OI-even cooking.
~hape of Food. in both types 0[ cooking.
ct)ok f:wtcr th:m thick areas. This can be
thin areas
controlled in
micro\\raving by placin: thick pieces near the outside
cd:c ;lnd thin picccs in the cen[cr.
Sta~+tingTemperature. Foock taken iron) the freezer or
ret’ri~cratortake [onger to cook than foods at room
tClllpH:ltUl”C. Timings ill oLlr l’WipCS ore bMCd on the
tCIll]HltL1l.Cs :11\\’hiCh}’(ILI 1101”111:1]1)’
StOl”Cthe fOOd$.
Qmlltity’ . of Foode In both types of cooking, small
mnt)llnts LISLI:ll])Ttdw less time than large aInoLInW.
This
is nl(~stapp:lreni in lllicro\v:l\’ccooking. Ivhcre time is
dir~c[l\’ rclotcd I(Jthe number of ser\’ings.
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Type ofcookware
Microwave Uses
Foil-1inedpaper bags and boxes
Avoid using.
Foil
Youcan use foil trays that are no higher than 3/4-in. (Foil or metal will
reflect microwaves and cause uneven heating.) Arcing can occur if foil
is closer than 1 inch to oven walls.
baking trays
Aluminum foil
Use for shielding.
IVMalor partially metal pots, pans,
thermometers, skewers and twist ties
Do not use. Microwave-safethermometers and skewers are available.
Glassjars and bottles
Generally,glassjars can be used to warm food. However, do not heat
baby food in jars, even without lids, because food will heat unevenly.
Do not warm foods in narrow-necked bottles because pressure can
build up.
Microwave plastics
Cooking and heating.
Paper or Styrofoam plates and cups
Heating and serving of foods and beverages. Styrofoam will melt if
food is too hot or if food is cooked for a long time.
Oven glass and ceramic
Cooking and heating.
Dinnerware
Heating and some cooking. Follow dinnerware manufacturer’s
recommendations. Avoid using dishes with metal trim.
Paper towels, paper napkins and
w:axpaper
Absorbing moisture, and preventing spatters. Heating and serving of
sandwiches or appetizers. Light covering to hold in steam. Do not use
paper towels that have synthetic fibers. such as nylon, woven into them.
synthetic fibers may cause the towel to ignite. Avoid using recycled
paper.
Covering to 1101cI
in steam (wrap). Cooking (cooking and boil-in bags).
Heating (storage bags).
Cooking and heating.
Cooking and heating.
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1. Directions below are for heating or reheating
already-cooked
4. Besure foods are heated throughoutbefore serving, Steaming or
f’ooclsstored in refrigerator or at room temperature. Use
microwave-safe cookware,
2. Cover most foods for fastest heating. Exceptions are some
sandwiches, griddle foods and baked items.
3. Bubbling around edges of dish is normal, since the center is the
last to heat. Foods heated to 160°F.to 165”F.will provide safe,
palatable results. Adjust temperatures to suit your personal taste.
Let foods stand a few minutes before serving,
bubblingaround edges of dish does not necessarily mean food is
heated throughout.
If you use a meat thermometer while cooking, make sure it is
safe for use in microwave ovens.
Item
Amomt
Power Level
Time
Dips: cream or processed cheese
x cup
1cup
2 to 4 servings
1 to 2 servings
3 to 4 servings
Medium (5)
Medium (5)
High (lo)
High (]0)
High ( 10)
~ to 3 min.
3 to 5 min.
1 [0 3 min.
2 to 4 min.
3 to 5 min.
1 piece
2 pieces
4 pieces
9-in. cake or
]~ rol]s or
doughnuts
1
~
4
6 to 8
1 slice
2 slices
4 slices
9-in. pie
Low (3)
Low (3)
Low (3)
Low (3)
!4to !4min.
1 to 1!4min.
1!4to 2 min.
2 to 4 min.
Medium (5)
Medium (5)
iMedium(5)
Medium (5)
High ( 10)
High ( 10)
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N4ed-High(7)
Xto !4min.
Xto Xmin.
Xto 1 min.
1to 2 min.
Xto 1 min.
1 [0 1j! min.
2 to 3 min.
3 to 5 min.
] to ~ CU[lS
.; (()-j CUPS
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High ( 1())
.3(o 5 min.
7109 nlin.
Pastry bites: small pizzas. egg rolls, etc.
Saucy:meatballs, riblets,
cocktail franks, etc.
(Z cup per serving)
“1’ip:
Co\’er saucy appetizers with ~waxpaper. Cover dips with plastic wrap. Microwave pastry bites uncovered to retain their crispness.
Bakery Foods
G
Cake, cM”wcake, doughnuts, sweet rolls,
nut or fruit bread
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Dinner rolls, muffhs
( ‘(xw, (ttht~rmilk hascd
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3 to -1.min.
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Item
Am’nwnt
Power
1 to 2 pieces
3 to 4 pieces
1to 2 servings
3 to 4 servings
1to 2
3 to 4
1to 2 servings
High (10)
High (10)
High (]())
High (10)
High(10)
High (10)
High (10)
1to 2 servings
3 to 4 servings
1can (16 oz.)
HigI~(] ())
High (10)
High (]0)
Time
Level
Meats and Main Dishes
Chicken pieces
Hamburgers or meatloaf
(4 oz. per serving)
Hot dogs and sausages
Rice and pasta
(fi-~ cup per Sei”ving)
Sauq”, main dishes: chop suey. spaghetti,
creamed chiclwn, chili. stew, macaroni and
cheese. etc.
(;4-] mp per serving)
1to 3 min.
to 6 min.
1 to 2 min.
3 to 5 min.
1 to 1!4min.
1Xto 2Z min.
j to 2!4min.
4
4 to 7 min.
8 to 11min.
5 to 7 min.
h4ed-High(7)
1!4to 2Xmin.
1 to 2 servings
3 to 5 min.
Meal-High(7)
3 to 4 servings
1 to 2 min.
Thinij’-slicedmeat
Meal-High(7)
1 to 2 servings
(3 to 4 oz. per serving)
2 to 3 min.
Meal-High(7)
3 to 4 servings
High (10)
3105 min.
Topped or mixed with sauce
I to 2 servings
High (10)
(X-Xcup pcr ser~ing,l
5 to 8 min.
3 to 4 servings
Tip: C’o\ferwucy main dishes with plastic \\’rap.Cover other main dishes and meats with wax paper. When heating or reheating 3 to 4 servings
oi”Incu[slicm <wpieces. rota[c dish 1/2turn after half of cooking time.
Steaks, chops, ribs, meat pieces
sand ‘Wiehes
31wit-ciluw
iNing: \\ifh 2 slices ol’bread
hloisl filling: Slopp>’.locs, tMrhCC’llC,
~Jt~’.
iHhuII(‘ cup pcr wrtfin: )
h;lm
salad.
1 to 2 ser\’ings
3 m 4 ser\’ings
1 to 2 sm’in:s
3 to 4 seri’in~s
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Meal-High(“l)
Meal-High(7)
2 to 3 min.
4 to 5 min.
1to 2 min.
3 to -1min.
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1. Food packageclin paper or plastic maybe defrosted without
unwrapping.If food is foil wrapped, remove foil and place food
in cooking dish for defrosting. Most food defrosts well using
Defrost (3). For more even defrosting of larger foods, such as
beef, lamb and veal roasts, use Warm (1).
2. After first half of defrosting time, unwrap package and check
food. Turn food over, if necessary; break apart or separate food if
possible. Shield any warm areas with small pieces of foil.
Food
First Half
Time, Min.
Second Half
Time, Min.
3. Be sure large meats are completely defrostedbefore cooking.
4. When defrosted, food shouldbe cool but softened in all areas.
If still slightly icy, return to microwave oven very briefly, or let
stand a few minutes.
Comments
Breacls, ~a~es [Power LeveI: Defrost (3)]
Bread, buns or rolls
(8 to16 OZ.)
Cake, frosted. 2 to 3 layer
(17 oz.)
Cake, plain. I layer
Cheesecake, plain or
fiwit-toppui ( 17 to 19 oz.)
Cof’feecakes
( 11to 14:,:oz.)
Cream or custard pie
( I-1to2.3
oz.
j
Crunch wkw & cupcakes
Dougimuts f 1(jr -l)
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( 1 box 01”s I:lr:c)
K’rench{east (2 sliccsj
l’ruit or nut pie (Xin.)
poun(f C:)}:e( 1();, oz.)
Sweet roils
(s “i[() I2 ()/, )
none
Remove metal twist tie. Turn over after first half of time.
none
Let stand 5 to 10 minutes before serving.
none
none
Let stand 5 minutes before serving.
4 to 6
d tO 6
Repositionafter first half of time. Let stand 5 minutes before serving,
X to X each
1 to 2
2 to 3
none
none
2 to 3
Rearrange after first half of time.
7
1
none
Turn o~er after first half of time.
3105
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2 to 3
Let stand 5 minutes before ser\ing.
Rearrange after first Iialf of time.
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2 to .3
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2 to 4
5 to 7
? to 3
8
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5 [()7
Placwunw”rappc(ifish on tri\’N in dis!l. TLWn
o\rer after first hdf oi’
tim, shield ends with roil. A1’tersecond hal( of time. hold under
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Food
mstlldf
Time, Min.
SecondHalf
Time, Min.
(3mmNmts
~~u~~ [Power Level: Defrost (3)]
Fresh (10 to 16oz.)
2 to 3
2 to 3
Plastic pouch—l to 2
( 1O-OZ.
package)
1 to 3
3 to 4
Place package in oven. Remove foil or metal. After minimum time,
break up with fork. Repeat if necessary.
Place package in oven. Flex package once.
[email protected] [Power Level: Defrost (3)]
Bacon (12-16oz.)
Franks (1 lb.)
2 to 3 per lb
~ to 3
2 to 3 per lb.
2 to 3
3 to 5
6 to 8
3 to 5
6 to 8
Roast: bccl. Iwnb, \real
(UptOS ib$.)
4 to 5 per lb.
4 to 5 per lb.
Roast,
po[”!l
4 to 5 pcr lb.
4 to 5 per lb.
Ground: beef & pork
(1 lb.)
(~ ~bs)
(up [()3 lb.)
Place unopenedpackage in oven. Let stand 5 minutesafter defrosting.
Place unopenedpackage in oven. Microwavejust until franks can be
separated. Let stand 5 minutes, if necessary, to complete defrosting.
Turn meat over after first half of time.
Turn meat over after first half of time. Scrape off softened meat
after second half of time. Setaside.Breakup remaining Mock and
microwave 1 to 2 minutes more.
Place unwrapped roast in cooking dish. Turn roast over after first
half of time. Defrost for second half of time. Let stand for 30
minutes to 1 hour.
Place unwrapped roast in cooking dish. Turn roast over after first
half of time. Defrost for second half of time. Let stand for 30
minutes to 1 hour.
Turn over after first half of time. Let stand 5 minutes.
Turn over after first half of time. Let stand 15 minutes.
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Rotate packa:e 1/4 turn after first half of time. Let stand 5 minutes.
Turn ovel”and separate after first half of time. Remove patties m
they thaw.
Place un\vrapped meat in cooking dish. TLIrnover after first half of
time and shielciwarm areas with foil. After second imlf of time,
separate pieces \vith table knife. Let stand to complete defrosting.
Place un\vrapped ribs in cooking ~iish.Turn o\’er after first half of
time and shield \\’arn~areas with
foil. After second half of time.
wparatc pimx ivith knife. Let stand to complctc tha\ving.
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Crust cmbreads will be soft and the outsides will not brown. If
desired, sprinkle top of batter with cinnamon-sugar mixture,
chopped nuts or other topping for brown color. To increase brown
color on upside down breads, line dish before microwavingwith
brown sugar-caramel mixture or savory topping, such as crushed,
canned, french-fried onion rings.
Food
Collhiner
cover
Power Level & Time
comments
Coffee cakes
8-in. round or
square dish
8-to 9-in.
tube dish%
No
Meal-High(7)
6 to 8 min.
Place batter in greased dish,
No
Meal-High(7)
8 to 9 min.
Sprinkle cooking dish with finely chopped,
canned, f’rench-fiicdonions before
microwaving. Tmn out of pan upside down
to serve.
Paper-lined
Use microwave-safe muffin container or
i%luffins
No
Meal-High(7)
?4to 1 min.
homemade muftln cups, made by cutting
( 1Muffin)
muffin cups
(~ to 4 MuffIns)
1to 3 min.
down hot drink paper cups. Some muffins
(Do not use
3 to 4X min.
may be done before others. Remove
foil liners.)
(5 106 IMuffins)
muffins as they w<edone, and continue
cooking remaining muffins a few seconds
longer.
]~ to 22 mine
Shield corners after half of cooking time.
No
Meal-High(7)
Quick breads,
GItLssloaf
When done, toothpick inserted in center
from u mix
dish
will come out clean. Let stand 15 minutes
before turning OLIt of dish. Cool.
‘*I1.
tube dish i$ unal’ai]ab]c.microwave in 8-in. round dish with drinking glass placed open-side-up in center.
Corn bread
cakes and Desserts
1. AIWIJS use [llicr[]{~a~’e-s:ile
cookware.
~. f3Cii)rCildding 171MMH”d :lIl10LI]2t Of batter. grease diS!leS 01. liIle
them v,i[h Max mtxr.
(Do not tlour. )
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3. C’Am arc done ~~hentoothpick or ion: skewer inserted into
utilltcl’ L’()llle\ 011[ c’lc;t,ll.
4. Cool cah:ein dish set directly on heat-proof surface or wooden
board 10to 15 minutes befor_einvertirig.
5. Crust on cakes will be soft. 1fcahe is to be frosted. refrigerate
cake for an hour to firm exterior surface.
6. Chiffon and Angel Food cakes are not recommended for
nlicro\va\ling.
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1. Always use microwave-safe cookware. For easy clean-up, melt
chocolate in paper wrappers seam-side-up, or place chocolate in
paper bowl to melt.
2. Candies which are boiled become very hot; handle cooking
containers carefully.
Food
Container
cover
Power Level & Time
Chmmmts
Caramel apples
1 pint (2-cup)
measure
No
High (]())
3 to 7 min.
Chocolate bark
1Z-qt.casserole
or bowl
Yes
High (10)
3 to 6 min.
Marshmallow crisp
2-qt. casserole
or bowl
No
High ( 10)
1 min. to melt
butter, 4 min.
to melt
marshmal]ows
S’Mores
Paper napkin
or paper plate
No
High (] ())
15 to 25
seconds
Unwrap half of a 14-oz.package of
caramels into measuring cL]p.Add ]
tablespoon water. Microwave, stirring
every minute. Dip 4 zpples into mixture.
Place ]2 oz. semi-sv~eetchocolate pieces
in container. Micro’~~veto melt. Add 1
cup whole toasted almonds. Spread over
wax paper on cookie sheet. Chill until firm.
In large glass bowl, melt 1/4cup butter.
Add 10-oz. package marshmallows, cover
with wax paper and microwave to melt.
Stir in 4 cups ciispy rice cereal. Press
firmly into buttered dish.
Covel-graham cracker with chocolate and
marshmallow.
Ck%$d,Piastaand Rice
1. Always
use microv.
a]e-safe
Cover-pasta and rice while microwa\7ing.When using plastic
wrap, turn back one corner 10vent.
5. Stir or rearrange after half of cooking time. Drain pasta
immediately after microwaving.
6. Microwa}retime and conventional boiling time are about the
same.
4.
cookware.
usc fibuu[one-half [he amount of water needed for
conJ’cnlionaihoiIing. Ad-1regular amount of salt tind i teaspoon
f}i] ((~plioilill. [() J)I-c I’CII[ sticking).
.3. I:(M’rice or”minute rice. usc the same amount of water needed for
c,()11
\Ien[iollal hoi!ins. Add reguJar amount of salt.
2. For
pasta.
cowl”
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High ( 10)
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swwing. Increase time [lbOLli 2 minulcs for
each a[iditional sm’ ing you are cooking.
Stir after half of cooliini (inw.
d ir~~tions
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2 to 6 min.
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Eggs
1.
Eggs muy be preparedmanyways in the microwaveoven. Always
pierce whole yolks before microwaving to prevent bursting.
2. Never cook eggs in the shell. Do not reheat hard cooked eggs in
(he shell. They will explode.
3. Cook eggs just until set. They are delicate and can toughen if
overcooked.
Container
cover
Power Level & The
Gmmmlts
Microwavesafe 2-qt. dish
Cover or
plastic wrap
High (]())
To make sauce
3 to 5 min.
8 to 9 min.
Make basic white sauce, substituting wine
for mi]k. Add ch~ese and microwave at
Medium (5) for S w 9 minutes, whisking
evely 2 minutes.
%to 1 min.
per egg
Melt butter
30 to 45 sec.
7Yzto 10 min.
1 to 2 min.
Puncture membrane of yolk to prevent
bursting.
Sprinkle cheese over omelet. Microwave !4
to 1 minute until cheese is slightly melted.
Food
cheese
Fondue
Medium (5)
Eggs
Basic eggs
Omclet
Poached eggs
(4 mti\imLfm)
Buttered
custard CUp
%in. pie plate
Plastic wrap
Medium (5)
No
High (10)
Custard cup
Plastic wrap
Medium (5)
High (10)
Meal-High(7
Yzto X min.
per egg
17
to 22 min.
Heat 2 tablespoons water and 1/4 teaspoon
vinegar in each custard cup.
Break 1 egg into each custard cup. Cover
loosely with plastic wrap. Cook according
[o guide.
Pour tilling into precooked 9-inch shell.
Scramble eggs with 1 teaspoon butler and 1
tablespoon milk per egg. Place in oven and
microwave for half of total iime. Stir set
pwlions from the outside to the ccn(cr..4110\\
to stand I or 2 minutes to finish cooking.
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1. Cover !hicii,chunky sauces to prevent spattering.
2. Whisk sauces vigorouslywith \vire whisk once or twice while
microwaving.
3. Vary basic white sauce by adding cheese, egg yolks, cream, wine
or herbs.
Food
container
cover
~Qw~~Level &zmm
Chm-nents
Gravies and sauces
thickenedwith
flour or cornstarch
( I cup)
Melted butter
sauces, cltirified
butter (YJcup)
Glass
measure
or bowl
No
High (10)
4 to 7 min.
Glass measure
No
High (10)
1 to 3 min.
Casserole,
bow]
Yes
(spaghetti)
High (10)
5 to 10 min.
Microwave fat, flour and salt together to
melt and blend. Whisk in liquid and finish
cooking. Increase time 1 to 2 minutes per
additional cup of sa~ce.
Microwave butter j~’:im melting. For
clarified butter, bring to boiling then let
stand until layers separate. Pour off and
use clear, top layer.
Stir ingredients together, then microwave,
stirring after half of cooking time. Let
stand 5 to 10 minutes to develop flavor.
Casserole
No
High (10)
3 to 5 min.
Thick spaghetti,
barbecue or
sweet/siiur sauces
(2 cups)
Thin, Iiquidsauces
(Aujus, clam, CIC.)
Add cornstarch-water mixture to heated
ingredients.Stirwellandmicrowaveto finish.
( 1 alp)
Meats
1. Alv.I:ljs uw :~c[]{)kingbag u$hcncooking beet’.Itimb,pork or veal
rcm\ts. Sw [~ii~l.ii~~
instructions for proper use of cooking bag.
2. ~lf[er encl(~singroast in cooking bag. place on trivet in
miurfJ’,i:l\c-s:~fedish.
Food
( ‘;l\\L’r(
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3. Allow about 10 minutes standing time for most roasts before
carving.
If you use a meat thermometer \vhile cooking. make sure it is
safe for use in microwave ovens.
cow”
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(or Internal T’mnpo)
N()
I-iigh( 1O)
GmmMmts
S[ir atkr half of cooking time. }\dd sa~iw
ingre[iicnts [d finish. TO
c(~(>ii
fI.{)ze]lbl(>~!i,llli~I”()\\’ii\’~ 10 [() 15
minutes. breaking tip and stirring c\Jcry 5
mintite.s.Let stand 5 minutes.
or CilSSCI.01t2
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Levell & Time
(or Internal Temp.)
Power
Food
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Simmered beef
(corned beef or
brisket)
Tender roasts (rib,
high quality rump,
. sirloin tip)
Container
Cover
Casserole
Cooking bag
Oblongdish
\\ii[h[rivet
Cooking bag
Comments
1~()to 130min. Add 1cup water per pound of meat. Turn
over after half of cooking time. Let meat
stand in broth at least 10 minutes after
cooking. For boiled dinner, remove meat
and cook vegetables in broth.
Medium (5) Minutes Internal TUITIroasts OWI-aft?r h~lf of cooking time.
per lb. Temp. Let meat stand 10 minuies before carving.
Rare 11to 14
140°
Medium 13to 17
160°
Well +15to 20
170°
Medium (5)
Lamb
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Cooking bag
Medium (5)
(1C:or ShOIJ]del-)
dish with trivet
Chops & cutlets
( 1 102)
(3 [()-4)
2-C]Loblong
dish
\Viixpaper
Meal-High(7)
Alicmm’a\esafe plate or
oblong dish
Piipcr towel
High ( 10)
\Vax paper
High ( 10)
Roast
Min. per lb.
Place roast fat-side-down in microwaveh4edium 10Xto 17 safe dish. Turn over after half of cooking
17t. 92 time. Shield end of shank bone with foil
Well
during first half of time. Let roast stand
10min. before carving.
6 to 9 min.
Brush chops lightly with oil. Turn meat
over after half of cooking time.
Pa-k
ik’011
(per s!icc)
Z (o 1 min.
Arrange in single layer on paper towels or
on trivet set in dish. Cover with a paper
towel.
TO
n~icro\vave more than 1 layer of
bacon. use an oblong dish and place a
paper towel between each layer of bacon.
covmwith a paper towel to prevent spatters.
Arrange in sing]c lil~ei-.
2 to1‘Amin.
I to 1X min.
12 to 2 min.
illc(iiunl (5 )
14 to 19 min.
per lb.
ihIIXIiu m
(5 }
1() to15 min.
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(5 )
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Let turkey breast and other poultry stand for 5 to 10 minutes
after microwaving.
Food
If you use a meat thermometer while cooking, make sure it is
safe for use in microwave ovens.
Container
cover
Power Level & Time
chicken
L
Comments
Arrange in single layer in cooking dish so
thickest meaty pieces are to outside edges
of dish. Turn pieces Q-r:;-and rearrange
after half of cooking time.
Pieces
(per piece)
W~l~leehickel]
(8 pieces)
(unstuffed)
Plate or
oblongdish
Oblongdish
Wax paper
High (10)
3 to 5 min.
Wax paper
High (]())
10to 13 min.
Oblong dish
Cooking bag
Meal-High(7)
(stuffed)
Oblong dish
Cooking bag
Meal-High(7)
10to 12 min.
per lb.
10to 16min.
per lb.
Brush with browning agent, if desired. Slit
bag near closure to vent. C1ON3Secul”ely
with plastic tie. Cook breast-side-down.
Turn over after half of cooking time. Cook
to 190° internal temp.
Squ2reor
obiong dish
ii;ax paper
Meal-High(7)
9 to 10min.
per lb.
An-angeskin-side-up in dish. on bed of
stuffing, if desired.
Square or
Wax
paper
Meal-High(7)
13 to 15 min.
per lb.
Place breast-side-down in dish. Turn over
after half of cooking time. Shield tips of
wings and legs with foil.
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13:0 15 min.
pel”lb.
Tie ribs to breast cavity. Place breast in
cooking bag. Ciosc securely with plastic
tie. Place breast-side-down in dish. Slash
bag Onunderside near closul-eto vent.
TU~-n
over after half of cooking time. Cook
to 190° internal temp.
Cm-nishHem’
Haf\’es
}Vhole (stuJ”l’d
01”Llnstuf”ltid )
oblong
dish
Turkey
Turkey
breast
Oblong dish
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1. Always use microwave-safe cookware.
2. Salt vegetables after cooking. Salting before cooking may cause
darkening and dehydration of surface.
3. Arrange vegetables, such as asparagus, with the thickest pieces
to the outside of the dish.
Vegetables
4. Cover vegetables when cooking. If using plastic wrap, turn back
one corner to vent.
5. Larger vegetable pieces will take longer to cook than smaller
pieces.
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6. For more even heating, stir, rearrange or rotate vegetables during ~
cooking.
Container
cover
Power Leve! & Time
comments
,
Casserole
Yes
Add 1/4to 1/2cup watsr,
Casserole or
square dish
Yes
High (] O) 1 lb.: 10 to 17min.
2 Ibs.: 16 to 21 min.
High (10)
6 to 16min.
Casserole
Yes
No
No
Fred-u
Slices, pieces
Whole, halves or
large or starchy
\,ege[ables
(\\inter squash,
cauliflower, etc.)
Watery (tomatoes,
summer squtish)
Potatoes
(6 to Xoz. ciIch)
1
~
3
4
High (10) 1 lb.: ~ to 1’2min.
2 Ibs.: 13 to 17min.
High (10)
4 to 6 min.
8 to 10min.
1~ to ]5 min.
15 to 20 min.
N()
Husk or
plastic wrap
High ( 1())
Ycs
High ( 10)
5 to 7 min.
7 to S min.
13 to 16 min.
16to 18 min.
Add 1/2cup water to cauliflower. Winter
squash needs no water. Turn vegetables
over after half of time.
Cut in pieces or halves. No additional
water is needed.
Prick skin before cooking. Position
potatoes in star pattern on oven floor.
After cooking, wrap in foil and allow to
stand for 5 minutes before serving.
For convenience and freshest tlavor,
microwave corn in husk. Position corn in
star pattern on oven floor.
Proztm:
PdL’k+!l!(I() OZ, J
Casscr(llc
8 to 11min.
Add 1tablespoon water. Stir after half of
time.
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care
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Your new microwave oven is a
valuableappliance. Protect it
from misuse by foHowingthese
rules:
e Keep your oven clean and
sweet-smelling. Opening the oven
door a few minutes after cooking
helps air-out the inside. An
occasional thorough wiping with a
solution of baking soda and water
keeps the inside fresh.
Metal and plastic parts on door:
Wipe frequently with a damp cloth
to remove all soil. DO NOT USE
ABRASIVES,SUCHAS
CLEANINGPOWDERSOR STEEL
ANDPLASTICPADS.THEYWILL
MARTHE SURFACE.
Glass CookingIlay. Occasionally
it is necessaryto remove the
cooking tray for cleaning of the
tray or oven. TOprevent breakage,
do not place tray into water just
after cooking. Wash it carefully in
warm, sudsy water or in the
dishwasher. The tray can be broken
if dropped. Remember, do not
operate the oven without the
cooking tray in place.
Special note when using Brown
‘N Sear Dish: If grease is present,
high heat generated on bottom of a
Brown ‘N Sear dish may cause the
~rease to burn onto the oven tray.
This may be removed with a
cleanser such as Bon [email protected]
cleanser.
After using Bon Ami’abrand
cleanser. rinse and dry thoroughly,
following instructions on can. Do
not use Bon Ami brand cleanser
on the painted surfaces sLlchas the
walls. It may scratch the paint.
Automatic Temperature Probe.
Probe is sturdy, but care should be
taken in handling. Do not twist or
lwnd: avoid dropping temperature
How toCkmt the ch.-ltside
Case. Clean the outside of your
oven with soap and damp cloth,
rinse with a damp cloth and then
dry. Wipe the window clean with a
damp cloth. Chrome trim is best
wiped with a damp cloth and then
with a dry towel.
Control Pane!. Wipe with a damp
cloth. Dry thoroughly.Do not use
cleaning Spraj 3, large amounts of
soap and water, abrasives, or sharp
objects on the panel—they can
damage it.
Door Surface. 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
01-soft cloth.
Power Cord. If the cord becomes
soiled, unplug and wash with damp
cloth. For stubborn spots, sudsy
water may be used, but be certain
to rinse with a damp cloth and dry
thoroughly before plugging cord
into outlet.
oven
Lamp
First unplLIg the oven. Then
remove lamp compartment cover
by removing screw which holds
cover in place. Cover is located on
the left side of the outer case.
prolm
(;lcan as S()()ll :lflcl. using as
possihlu. T() clcm. \t!ipc with sudsy
then ruh 1ightly with plastic
SC’OU
rin{?lx]]1i1“nccess:lrv.
. Rinsc
ond dr>’~~ri~’ashin dishl~’asher.
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appliance must be grounded.
In tJleevent of an electrical short
circuit, grounding reduces the risk
of electric shock by providingan
escape wire for the electric current.
This appliance is equipped with a
power cord having a grounding
wire with a g-roundingplug. The
pitlg must be plugged into an outlet
that is properly installed and
groul~dedo(Fig. ])
~his
use of the grounding pltlg can
result in a risk of electric shock.
use &4.dapter Phqyii
Usage situations where
appliance’s power cord will
be Cliwmmcted
Do not use an adapter plug in
Because of potential safety hazards
under certain conditions,we
strongly recommend against the
use of an adapter plug. However,
if you still elect to use an adapter,
where local codes permit, a
TEMPORARY CONNECTION
may be made to a properly
grounded two-prong wall
receptacle by the use of a UL listed
adapter (Fig: 2) which is available
at most local hardware stores.
these situationsbecause frequent
disconnectionof the power cord
places undue strain on the adapter
and leads to eventual failure of the
adapter ground terminal. You
should have :he two-prong wall
receptacle replaced with a threeprong (groLmding) receptacle by a
qualified electrician before using
the appliance.
TEMPOR,4RYMETHOD
(Adapter plugs not
permttedmCanada)
r
I Fiq. “1
m
Ensure proper ground
exists before use
Consul[ a qu~tlii-ied electrician or
scrv ice technician it the groLlnding
instrL]ctions arc not completely
LIIIdcrstood. or if. doubt Mists as to
whcthm (]IC q)pj iancc is jmopcI”]y
~’1.011ndlxt ,
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usagesituations
where
appkmcek power cord
winbe
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Fig. 2
Ensure pro w
ground an $ firm
connection
before use
tw’o-pl-on:
tvall
use of Extension Ckwds
Because of potential safety hazards
under certain conditions, we
strongly recommend against the
use of an extension cord. However,
if it is necessaryto use an extension
cord, use only a 3-wire extension
cord that has a 3-blade grounding
plLlg,and a 3-slot receptacle that
will accept the plug on the
appliance. The marked rating of
the extension cord shall be equal to
01-greater than the electrical rating
of the appliance ( 15 amperes).
If you do use an extension cm-d
with your microwave Oven?the
interior light may tlicker and the
blo\ver soLlndmay vary when oven
is in Llse.Cook times may be
longer as \veli.
A short polve]”-sLlpp]y
cord is
providecito reduce risks Of
becoming en~angiedin or tripping
over a Iollgcr cord. Do not Cil-apc
dlc Col-clOvel”ii Cmlntcllopor ILlllle
\\l]~ewit can bc pu~!d 011by
childrcn or tripped over
acciciental1y.
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PROBLEM
POSSIBLECAUSE AND REMEDY
OVEN WILL NOT
COME ON
01-resetcircuitbreaker.
@A fusein yourhomemaybe blownor thecircuitbreakertripped.Replacefuse
~Unplugyourmicrowaveoven,thenplugit backin.
~Makesure3-prongplugon ovenis fullyinsertedintowallreceptacle.
CONTROLPANEL
LIGHTED,YET
OVENWILLNOT
START
~Doornot securelyclosed.
eSTARTmustbe touchedafterenteringcookingselection.
eAnotherselectionenteredalreadyin ovenandCLEAIVOF~Fadnottouched
to cancelit.
~MakesureyouhaveenteredcookingtimeaftertouchingTIMECOOKI & II pad.
~CLEAR/OFFpad wastouchedaccidentally.Resetcookingprogramandtouch
STARTpad.
~Makesureyouhaveentereda temperatureaftertouchingTEMPCOOK&
HOLDpad.
~Makesureyou entereda codenumberaftertouchingAUTODEFROSTor
CODEREHEAT.
FOODS ARE EITHER
OVERCOOKED OR
UNDERCOOKED
~Cooking times may vary because of starting food temperature, food density or
amount of foods in oven, Touch TIME COOK I & H pad and additional cooking
time for completion.
~Incorrect power level entered. Check Cooking Guide for recommended pow-er
level.
~Dish was not rotated, turned or stirred. Some dishes require specific
instructions. Check Cooking Guide or recipe for instructions.
* Too many dishes in oven at same time. Cooking time must be increased when
cookir~gmore than one food item. Check Cooking Guide time recommendations.
~Probe not inserted properly into meat or dish when using Temp Cook & Hold
function. Check Cooking Guide for specific instructions.
~PI*OIX
has been forgotten or not seated properly in oven wall when using Temp
Cook & Hold func[ion.
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Save proof of original purchase date such as yoursalesslipor cancelledcheckto establishwarrantyperiod.
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FULL ONE-YEAR
For one year from date of original
purchase,we will provide,free of
charge, parts and servicelabor in
your hometo repairor replaceany
part of the microwaveoventhat
fails becauseof a manufacturing
defect.
LIMITED AENXTIONAL
MM-YEN?WARFMIMN
For the secondthroughtenth year
from date of originalpurchase,we
will provide,free of charge,a
replacementmagnetrontube if the
magnetrontube fails becauseof a
manufacturingdefect.You pay for
the servicetrip to your home and
service labor charges.
~Service trips to your home to teach
you how to use the product.
Read your Lke and (%NW
material.
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If you then have any questions
about operatingthe product, please
contact your dea!er or our
Consumer Affairs office at the
address below, or call, toil free:
GE Answer [email protected]
800.626.2000
consumer information service
~Improper installation.
If you have an installation problem,
contact your dealer or installer.
You are responsiblefor providing
adequate electrical, gas, exhausting
and other connecting facilities.
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This warrantyis extendedto
the originalpurchaserand any
succeedingownerfor products
purchasedfor ordinatyhome use in
the 48 mainlandstates,Hawaiiand
Washington,D.C. in Alaskathe
warrantyis the same exceptthat it is
LIMITEDbecauseyou must pay to
ship the productto the serviceshop
or ior the servic: technician’stravel
costs to your home.
All warrantyservicewill be provided
by our FactoryServiceCentersor
by our authorizedCustomerCare”
servicersduring normalworking
hours.
Should your applianceneed
service,during warrantyperiod
or bevond,call 800-GE-CARES
(800-~32-2737).
~Replacementof housefuses or
resettingof circuit breakers.
@Failureof the product if it is used for
other than its intendedpurpose or
used commercially.
“ Damageto productcaused by
accident,fire, floods or acts of God.
WARRANTORIS AK2TRESPONSIBLE
FORCONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES.
SorrK:SI.IICSCIOnot allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion
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t]ot
a~)l)lyto you. This warranty gives you spcciflc legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
l’o I<IIOJAJ
wlml yo(]r legal rigl)ts are in your state, consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state’s Attorney General.
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