Chefmaster 1000watt Microwave Instruction Manual

Chefmaster 1000watt Microwave
Instruction Manual
Models
HEB082 –1000watt Microwave oven
Thank you for purchasing your Chefmaster Microwave. To make full use
of the product please read this manual carefully before using the product
and keep it safe for future reference.
Safety Tips
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If you find any damage when the product is unpacked, contact your
Chefmaster supplier within 24 hours of receipt of goods
Always position on a flat stable surface
Repairs should always be carried out by a qualified technician
Do not use this product outside
Do not carry when hot
Always switch off and unplug the unit before cleaning
Move by holding the product by the base
Always store flat and do not store products on top of it
If the power cord becomes damaged it must be replaced by a qualified
technician
This product is not designed to be used by persons with reduced
physical or mental capabilities, lack of experience or knowledge, unless
they are given suitable supervision, this includes children.
Pack Contents
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1 x Chefmaster Microwave
Before Use
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Remove all packaging including all protective plastic, from your
Chefmaster Microwave
Position on a flat, stable surface
Clean with warm water and a soft cloth
Plug your Chefmaster Microwave into the mains
The microwave will now be ready to turn on
Cookware
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Heat resistant glass – Yes
Heat resistant ceramics – Yes
Microwave safe cookware – Yes
Kitchen paper – Yes
Metal tray/rack – No
Aluminum foil/foil containers – No
Non heat resistant glass – No
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Oven Parts & Controls
Names of Oven Parts and Accessories
Remove the oven and all materials from the carton and oven cavity. Your oven
comes with the following accessories:
(A) Control panel
(B) Observation window
(C) Door assembly
(D) Safety interlock system
(E) Ceramic board Door Safety Lock System
Control Panel and Features
(1) Power Buttons
(2) Time cook Button
(3) X2 Button
(4) Stop/Cancel Button
(5) Start Button
(6) Number Button
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Countertop Installation
Remove all packing material and accessories. Examine the oven for any
damage such as dents or broken door. Do not install if oven is damaged.
Cabinet: Remove any protective film found on the microwave oven cabinet
surface.
Installation
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Select a level surface that provides enough open space for the intake
and/or outlet vents (Figure1).
A 10-cm spacing should be kept between the appliance and right and
back walls, and a 30-cm spacing kept on the top. Never dismantle the
appliance’s feet, nor block the air intake and exhaust opening. The left
side must be open.
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Blocking the intake and/or outlet openings can damage the oven.
Place the oven as far away from radios and TV as possible. Operation
of microwave oven may cause interference to your radio or TV
reception.
Plug your oven into a standard household outlet. Be sure the voltage
and the frequency is the same as the voltage and the frequency on the
rating label.
Warning: The plugs socket, electric appliances or the appliance which
are liable effected by heat and moisture should be kept away from any
vents on the oven.
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Operation Instruction
Five power levels are available
Level
High
Power
100%
PL10
Display
Appendix.
(A)
M. High
Med.
Defrost
Hold
70%
50%
20%
0%
PL7
PL5
PL2
PL0
User Options
Items bolded below are the default values
Option
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EOC Tone
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Beeper
Volume
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Beeper
On/Off
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Keyboard
Window
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On the Fly
6 Door Reset
7 Max time
8 Manual
Programming
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Double Digit
Setting
Discription
OP:10
3 seconds beep
Continuous beep
5 quick beeps,Repeating
Beeper Off
Low
Medium
High
Keybeep Off
Keybeep On
15 seconds
30 seconds
60 seconds
120 seconds
On-the-Fly Disable
On-the-Fly Enable
Door reset Disable
Door Reset Enable
60 Minute Maximum Cook Time
10 Minute Maximum Cook Time
Manual Programming Disable
Manual Programming Enable
Single Digit Mode-10 programs
Doule Digit Mode-100 programs
OP:11
OP:12
OP:20
OP:21
OP:22
OP:23
OP:30
OP:31
OP:40
OP:41
OP:42
OP:43
OP:50
OP:51
OP:60
OP:61
OP:70
OP:71
OP:80
OP:81
OP:90
OP:91
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Appendix.
(B)
Default Cook Times
The oven shall ship with the following Preset Cook Times unless otherwise
noted in the product specification
Button
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2
3
4
5
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7
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9
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Display (Time)
0:10
0:20
0:30
0:45
1:00
1:30
2:00
3:00
4:00
5:00
Power
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
Cook Factors
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
1. Power Up
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_ _ " displays when the oven is electrified for the first time. If "
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button pressed, the oven will change to idle mode. Note: Under idle mode, no
button can be pressed.
2. Idle Mode
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The oven shall enter idle mode after a set of seconds have expired
in Ready Mode without a keyboard press or a door open and close.
The number of seconds is determined by the keyboard Timeout
Window, set by User Option 4.
During idle mode, LED is blank. And there shall be no oven activity.
Opening and then closing the oven door, the oven will exit the idle
mode and into ready mode.
3. Ready Mode
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Opening and closing the door while the oven is in Idle Mode will put
the oven into Ready Mode.
During Ready Mode, "0:00" displays.
From the Ready Mode, the oven can go to almost all of the other
modes.
Only the fan and lamp work.
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4. Door Open Mode
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While the door of the oven is open, the oven shall be in Door Open
Mode.
During this mode, LED is blank. And the fan and oven lamp work.
When the door is closed, if User Option OP: 60 is selected and the
oven was running a manual or preset cook cycle, the oven shall enter
Pause Mode. In all other cases, the oven shall return to Ready Mode
with User Option OP:61 set. Opening and closing the door will clear
out any information about a Manual or Preset Program which was
running.
5. Pause Mode
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While in Manual Cook Mode or Preset Program Cook Mode, if the door
is open or closed, or if the "
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" pad is pressed, the oven will enter
Pause Mode.
While paused, LED will display the remaining cooking time.
Only the fan and lamp work.
Pause Mode will expire back to Idle Mode in the exact fashion as
Ready Mode, dependent on User Option 4. Additionally, if the "
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button is pressed, the oven shall immediately enter Ready Mode. OR if
press "
" button, the oven will go into working mode.
6. Manual Cook Entry Mode
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While the oven is in the Ready Mode, pressing the “
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keyboard will put the oven into Manual Cook Entry Mode.
During this mode, "00:00" displays
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If you press
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level, LED will display the related power. If the same button pressed
twice, the power will change to PL10. If no power chosen, "PL10" is
default.
Only the fan and lamp work.
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During setting process, press "
button to select power
" to enter Manual Cook Mode.
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Press "
" to enter Ready Mode.
7. Manual Cook Mode
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Pressing the "
" pad will cause to the oven to begin Manual Cook
Mode.
During this mode, remaining cooking time displays. The fan and oven
lamp will work.
When cooking program finish, the oven will enter End of Cook Cycle
Mode. If you press "
" button under this mode, the oven will
enter Pause Mode.
8. End of Cook Cycle Mode
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After the time has expired in a Manual Cook Mode, or a Preset
Program Cook Mode, the oven shall go into The End of Cook Cycle
Mode.
During this mode, "End" displays.
If either User Option OP:11 or "OP:12" is selected, the oven shall
continue to sound until the user acknowledges this by either opening
and closing the door or pressing the "
"pad. If User Option
OP:10 is selected, after the 3 seconds beep, the oven shall go into
Ready Mode.
9. Preset Program Cook Mode
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This mode allows cooking of food items through a one pad touch
operation. While in Ready Mode, pressing one of ten digit keys on the
keyboard will cause the oven to run the Preset Program associated
with that key.
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LED displays the remaining cooking time. If it is multi-stage cooking,
the total remaining cooking time displays not a particular stage cooking
time.
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When cooking program finish, the oven will enter End of Cook Cycle
Mode. If you press "
" button under this mode, the oven will enter
Pause Mode.
10. On the Fly Cooking
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While the oven is cooking or under Pause Mode, if User Option OP:51
is selected, press number buttons, the preset cooking program will
start automatically.
LED displays the remaining cooking time.
When cooking program finish, the oven will enter End of Cook Cycle
Mode. If you press "
" button under this mode, the oven will enter
Pause Mode.
11. Programming Mode
This mode allows the user to assign cook times and power levels to the once
touch button.
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Open the door and press "1" for 5 seconds, the buzzer will sound once
and enter to Programming Mode.
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"ProG" displays.
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Press any number, 0 to 9, and the LED will display the saved time,
then you can input the time you need.
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Press
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will display the related power. If the same button pressed twice, the
power will change to PL10. If no power chosen, "PL10" is default.
To change the cooking factors: If press "X2", LED will display "CF:XX".
The default factor is 80%. "CF:80" displays. If you need to change the
cooking power, just press one of the number buttons to set.
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to input the power level. LED
After setting the time and power, press "
" in 30s, the cooking
program will be saved. When the program saved, "ProG" displays.
If all the cooking time exceeds the MAX. time User Option 7, when
press "
" to save the program, the buzzer will sound three times
briefly to tell you the time is no use. And then LED turns back to show
"ProG". The time set before will have no change.
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Close the door, the oven will turn back to Ready Mode. If press "
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button during setting process, the oven turn to Door Open Mode. The
program that not saved will be lost. If there is program saved as
memory procedure, press the related number button, the saved
program will start. If no saved program, the buzzer will alarm when
pressing number button and it will not work.
For example: set the program as memory cooking.
Program: Power level PL7 and cooking time 1 minute and 25 seconds.
Step 1: In ready state, press number button "1" for 5 seconds,"ProG"
displays.
Step 2: Press number button "3", the program will be saved in "3".
Step 3: Press number buttons "1", "2" and "5" to input the cooking time.
Step 4: Press "
" button," PL7" displays. Setting finished.
" to save. When use the program next time, just
Step 5: Press "
press "3", the related program will start.
Note:
(1). If the electricity is cut off, the saved program will not lost.
(2). If the program need to reset, just repeat the above steps.
(3). If press "
" at the last step, it will turn back to Ready Mode. The setting
will be no use.
12. Double Quantity cooking
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Under ready state, press "X2" button and then press number buttons
0-9 in 5 seconds, the oven will start cooking with the quantity preset
cooking time.
Press "X2", "doub" displays. When press number buttons, LED will
display the quantity preset time. For example, number button "5" and
its preset time is 1 minute. Then press "X2", then time will change to
1:00*(1+0.8)=1:48.
When cooking program finish, the oven will enter End of Cook Cycle
Mode.
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13. Stage Cooking Programming
This allows the user to cook food items at combination of various Power
Levels.
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Three stages can be set at most under cooking mode or memory
mode. After setting the power and time for the first stage, press "
to set the second stage. And the same step to set the third stage.
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When setting the second or the third stage, press "
displays.
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Press "
" button to start cooking.
Example: To set three stages as memory mode. The first stage is PL7
and time is 1 minute 25 seconds. The second stage is PL5 and 5
minutes and 40 seconds. The steps are:
(a). Ready state, press "1" for 5 seconds, LED displays "ProG".
(b). Press number buttons "3" to save the program in "3".
(c). Press "1", "2", "5" to input the cooking time. "1:25" displays.
(d). Press "
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The first stage is finished.
(e). Press "
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(f). Press "5", "4","0" button, "5:40" displays.
(g). Press "
", "PL5" displays.
The second stage is finished.
(h). Press "
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14. User Option Mode
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Open the oven door and press "2" for 5 seconds. The buzzers sound
once and enter this mode.
LED displays "OP: - -".
Press any number button to enter related mode setting. For example:
to set the voice of the buzzer to medium. Press " 2 ", "OP:22" displays.
If you want to change, keep pressing "2", LED displays "OP:20",
"OP:21","OP:22","OP:23", "OP:20" .....in cycle.
Press "
again.
" to save the current setting. After saved, "OP: - -" display
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During setting process, press "
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the door will enter Ready Mode.
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" button not pressed at the last step, the program cannot be
If "
saved but stay at previous way.
15. Service Mode
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Open the oven door and press "3" for 5 seconds to enter service
mode.
LED displays "SErU".
To check the times of closing or opening the door, just press number
button "1", LED will display the times.
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Press "
" and then press number button "4" in 3 seconds, the
message will be cancelled. "4-CL" displays.
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Press "
" to enter Door Open Mode. Close the door will enter
Ready Mode.
16. Inquiry Function
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During microwave cooking process, press "
" to check the power
level. LED display the power for 3 seconds then turns back to previous
state. It is available for multi-stage cooking.
17. Factory-default setting
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In power up and ready mode, press "
factory--defauct setting.
" and " o " to
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Cleaning & Maintenance
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Before cleaning, disconnect the Microwave from the electricity supply.
Once the unit has cooled completely, wipe with a damp & soapy cloth.
DO NOT submerge the Microwave in water or use water sprays to clean
it
Always clean your Chefmaster Microwave daily
Use a vacuum cleaner to clean the air intake & exhaust vents
Troubleshooting
Fault
Possible Cause
No power
Socket problem / Unit is
not plugged / Blown fuse
The power is on but the Door is not closed /
unit does not carry out the Touch pad is locked /
instruction correctly
Touch pad failure
Solution
Check the socket / Plug the
unit / Change the fuse
Close the door / Unlock the
touch pad / Contact with
your Chefmaster distributor
Transportation and Storage
Please handle your Microwave with care to prevent any damage to the unit
and internal parts. The Microwave should be stored somewhere which is
ventilation and non-corrosive gas.
Do not store any flammable objects near the equipment.
Technical Information
HEB082 – Microwave oven
Voltage: 230v~50Hz
Power: 1000watt
Weight : 14.7 Kgs
Dimensions : 511x432x311mm
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Chefmaster Microwave are supplied with a 3 pin plug and lead with a 13
amp fuse
Appliance must be earthed
If in doubt contact a qualified electrician or your Chefmaster distributor
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Disposal
Under WEEE regulations this product must not be disposed of as household
waste. To prevent damage to the environment and humans this product must
be disposed of in an approved and environmentally friendly recycling process.
For more information on how to dispose of this correctly please contact your
Chefmaster distributor or local authority responsible for waste disposal.
Compliance
All Chefmaster parts and products have under gone a stringent testing process
to ensure that comply with all European standards and specifications.
All Chefmaster products carry the CE approval symbol.
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