LG 63102, 63109 Owner's manual

LG 63102, 63109 Owner's manual
MICROWAVE OVEN
Use and Care Guide
Models
721.63102
721.63109
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
P/NO.: 3828W5A3514
www.sears.com
WARRANTY
SAFETY
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Precautions To Avoid Possible
To Excessive Microwave
Timed
2
3-4
Exposure
Energy
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Important Safety
Instructions
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Soups
Tips
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For Microwave
Cooking
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Cleaning..............................................................
USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
Clock
...............
Child Lock
Cooking .........................................12
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Meats, Poultry And Fish............................
16-17-18
6
Baked, Goods And Desserts...............................19
6
Quick Touch Cook..........................................20-21
TROUBLESHOOTING
7
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8
Questions And Answers
8
Before
Calling
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22-24
22-23
For Service................................. 24
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9
9
9
Add Minute........................................................ 10
FULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTY ON
WARRANTY SERVICE
MICROWAVE OVEN
For
For warranty service, return the microwave to
your nearest Sears Parts & Repair Center in the
in material
Sears Parts &
one year from the date of purchase, if this
Kenmore microwave oven fails due to a defect
free of
workmanship, Sears
charge.
or
will
repair
it
FULL FIVE-YEAR WARRANTY ON
THE MAGNETRON
For five years from the date of purchase, if the
magnetron in this Kenmore microwave oven
fails due to
Sears will
a
defect in material
replace
it free of
13
And Rice.......................................... 15
9-21
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Kitchen Timer
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And Sandwiches........................................ 14
Vegetables
5
Installation........................................................... 5
Cookware Guide
11
Auto Defrost
4
5-8
Specifications......................................................
Control Panel
11
Microwave Power Levels
Auto Defrost Guide.............................................. 13
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Parts And Accessories
Multi-Stage Cooking..........................................
Quick Touch Cook Table ....................................12
UNDERSTANDING YOUR
MICROWAVE OVEN
10
Quick Touch
3
Instructions........................................ 3
Grounding
Cooking..................................................
workmanship,
charge.
or
United States. For the location of your nearest
Repair Center, call
1-800-4-MY-HOME
.
This
warranty is void if microwave is used for other
than
private
household purposes.
This warranty applies only while this
in use in the United States.
product
is
This warranty gives you specific legal rights,
and you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., D/817WA,
Hoffman Estates, IL. 60179 U.S.A.
2
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE
TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY
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...
Do not attempt to operate this oven with the door open, since open-door operation can result
in harmful exposure to microwave energy. It is important not to defeat or tamper with the safety
interlock.
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Do not operate the oven if it is damaged. It is
properly and that there is no damage to the:
--
oven
door close
(bent)
hinges and
latches
(broken or loosened)
sealing surfaces.
Do not place any object between the oven front face and the door, or allow soil or cleaner
residue to accumulate on sealing surfaces.
The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified service
personnel.
--
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that the
door
--
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particularly important
door seals and
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This
appliance must be grounded! If an electrical short circuit occurs, grounding reduces the risk of electric shock
by providing an escape wire for the electric current. This appliance is equipped with a cord having a grounding
wire with a grounding plug. Put the plug into an outlet that is properly installed and grounded.
WARNING
If you
Ask
a
use
the
qualified
grounding plug improperly,
electrician
you risk electric shock.
the Sears Service Department
appliance is properly grounded.
short power supply cord to reduce the
if you do not understand the
or
grounding
instructions
or
if you wonder whether the
This
appliance
has
a
in the cord. You may
If you
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use an
use an
extension
extension cord if you
cord,
The extension cord has the
be
same
sure
are
anyone's tripping
electrical
rating
as
appliance.
The marked rating of the extension cord shall be
equal to or greater than the electrical rating of
the appliance.
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The extension cord is
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The extension cord does not
oven
becoming entangled
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grounding-type 3-wire cord.
drape over a
countertop or tabletop, where it can be pulled on
by children or tripped over accidentally.
The electrical cord is dry and not pinched or
crushed in any way.
NOTE: This
over or
that:
the
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risk of
careful.
draws 13 amperes at 120
Volts,
60 Hz.
3
a
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The
instructions below will tell you how to
safety
WARNING
--
use
your
oven
to avoid harm to
To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, fire,
injury
yourself
to your
damage
or
to persons,
oven.
exposure to excessive
or
microwave energy:
1. Read all the instructions before
using
it
only to a properly grounded outlet. (See the
Grounding instructions on page 3.)
b) 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.
c) Do not immerse the electrical cord or plug
your
oven.
2. Do not allow children to
close
this
use
oven
without
supervision!
3. Read and follow the
PRECAUTIONS TO
specific
AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
MICROWAVE ENERGY found
4. Do not
the
on
tamper with the built
oven
door! The
oven
on
in
in water.
page 3.
d) Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
e) This appliance should be serviced only by
qualified service personnel.
12. Liquids such as water, coffee, or tea are able to be
overheated beyond the boiling point without
appearing to be boiling due to surface tension of
the liquid. Visible bubbling or boiling when the
switches
has several built-in
--
safety
sure the power is off
when the door is open.
5. When cleaning the door and the surfaces that
safety
switches to make
door, use only mild, nonabrasive
soaps or detergents and a sponge or soft cloth.
6. If your oven is dropped or damaged, have it
thoroughly checked by a qualified service
touch the
Do not
oven.
spoon
technician before
a
using
it
not
again.
fire hazard:
Do not severely overcook foods. It
fire in the oven.
can cause a
use recycled paper products in your
They can contain particles that can
cause arcing or may ignite.
c) Do not overcook potatoes. Overcooking
b)
could
d)
cause a
the
f)
short time before
(bread,
13.
a
or
This
oven
--
in accordance with
19.
installation instructions.
appliance
must be
grounded!
product
openings
--
appliance
this
use
block any
the microwave
allow
for
a
near
Connect
hang
over
glass
turntable
oven.
empty.
the
edge
of
a
table
excessively.
on the glass turntable.
Do not allow the grey film on special microwave
cooking packages to touch the glass turntable.
Put the package on a microwave-safe dish.
3
Keep a browning dish at least 16 inch above
the glass turntable. If you use the browning dish
incorrectly, you could break the glass turntable.
Be careful not to chip or scratch the edges of the
turntable. Chips or scratches may cause the
turntable to break during use.
Do not cook bacon
directly
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
4
in the
counter.
18. Do not heat
11. To avoid electric shock:
a)
outdoors. Do not
run
door closed.
locate this
provided
oven
and the turntable roller rest in
cover or
use.
cord or shut off the
power at the fuse or circuit breaker panel.
9. Do not use this oven for commercial purposes.
This microwave is made for household use only.
the
glass tray
16. Do not
or
a) Keep
b) Turn the oven off.
c) Disconnect the power
10. Install
heating,
the container.
15. Do not
--
oven
removing
17. Do not let the cord
fire should start:
the
After
water.
oven.
when not in
5)
oven
oven
wire twist-ties in the oven. Be
to remove them before placing the item in
cavity
necks.
when you are cooking.
14. Do not use the oven outdoors. Do not store the
use
food in the
the
Keep
the
Do not use the cavity for storage purposes.
Do not leave paper products, cooking utensils,
or
8. If
narrow
the container to stand in the microwave
turn ON.
sure
other utensil into the container, once
begun. 4) Do not use straight-sided
has
containers with
fire.
Do not store combustible items
Do not
or
heating
cookies, etc.) in the oven, because if lightning
strikes the power lines, it may cause the oven to
e)
is
oven
always present. This could result in very hot
liquids suddenly boiling over when a spoon or other
utensil is inserted into the liquid. To reduce the risk
of injury to persons; 1) Do not overheat the liquid.
2) Stir the liquid both before and halfway through
heating it. 3) Use extreme care when inserting a
7. To avoid
a)
container is removed from the microwave
SPECIFICATIONS
Power
120VAC,60Hz
Supply
Rated Power
Microwave
1,200 W
Consumption
800 W
Output
Rated Current
10.5 A
Overall Dimensions
Oven
Cavity
Capacity
Dimensions
of Oven
19"
(WxHxD)
x
111/16"
1213/16"
(WxHxD)
x
1213/16"
x
75/8"
1113/32"
x
0.8 Cu. Ft.
Cavity
*IEC 60705 RATING STANDARD
Specifications subject
to
change
without
prior
notice.
INSTALLATION
1. Remove your Kenmore microwave oven and all
packing materials from the shipping carton.
2. Place the
oven on a
3. Place the turntable roller rest in the circle
oven
provides at
right, top, and
oven
is not
designed
for Built-In
use.
4
the
glass
on
turntable
inches
4
inches
4 inches
Countertop
5
the
on
rest.
NOTE: Never place the glass turntable in the
upside down. Blocking the inlet and/or outlet
openings can damage the oven.
NOTE: Do not install your microwave oven over a
range, cooktop or other heat-producing appliances.
This
place
top of the turntable roller
level surface that
least 4 inches of space at the left,
rear sides for proper ventilation.
floor and then
oven
the
UNDERSTANDING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
See-Through
Door
Easy-Clean
Cavity
Your
Oven
1
oven comes
with the
following
accessories:
Use and Care Guide
1
Glass Turntable
1
Turntable Roller Rest
Glass Turntable
Oven Control
Panel
Turntable
Roller Rest
Safety
ENGLISH
Interlock
System
CONTROL PANEL
1. DISPLAY. The
includes
Display
a
clock and
indicators that tell you time of day, cooking time
settings, and cooking functions selected.
2. QUICK TOUCH. This
pad
your favorite foods without
times and power levels.
3. AUTO DEFROST. This
2
method for frozen meat,
or 4.0 kgs.
allows you to cook most of
having to select cooking
pad is an accurate defrosting
poultry and fish up to 6.0 lbs
4. NUMBER PADS. Touch Number Pads to enter
cooking time,
1
power level,
quantities, or weights.
pad to set a cooking time.
this pad to stop the oven or
5. COOK TIME. Touch this
6. STOP/CLEAR. Touch
clear entries.
3
7
7. KITCHEN TIMER. Touch this
8
microwave
5
oven as a
pad
to
use
your
kitchen timer.
8. CLOCK. Touch this
pad to enter the time of day.
pad to set a cooking power.
Touch this pad to cook at 100%
9. POWER. Touch this
4
9
10. ADD MINUTE.
cook
power for 1 minute to 99 minute 59 seconds.
11. START. Touch this pad to start all entries (except the
Quick Touch Sensor,
Express Defrost, Auto Cook
automatically)
and Add Minute function which start
and to turn Child Lock
11
6
10
6
on or
off.
COOKWARE GUIDE
Most heat-resistant, non-metallic cookware is safe for
using, follow these steps:
use
in your microwave
to test cookware
However,
oven.
before
1. Place the
empty cookware in the microwave
oven.
2. Measure 1 cup of water in a glass measuring cup and place it in the oven beside the cookware.
3. Microwave on 100% power for 1 minute. If the dish is warm, it should not be used for microwave
USE
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DO NOT USE
Glass
Ovenproof
Glass treated for
Metal Utensil
high-intensity heat
includes utility dishes, bread dishes, pie plates, cake
plates, liquid measuring cups, casseroles, and bowls
use
in
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thermometers,
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can
be used in your
or
oven.
foil
trays.
arcing, which is a
Arcing can damage
can cause
of electric current.
your microwave
Bowls, cups, serving plates, and platters without
metallic trim
oven.
Metal Decoration
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Plastic
Do not
use
metal-trimmed
metal-banded
or
dinnerware, casserole dishes,
the
using plastic wrap as a cover, make sure that
dish is deep enough so the plastic wrap does not
etc.
When
CenturaTM Tableware
touch the food. As the food heats, it may melt the
plastic wrap wherever the wrap touches the food.
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Metal utensils
discharge
China
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Metal shields food from microwave energy and
uneven cooking. Avoid metal skewers,
produces
without metallic trim.
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cooking.
Place
and
plastic
secure
it
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The
Corning Company
do not
use
recommends that you
some CorelleTM
Centura tableware and
closed-handle cups for microwave
loosely over the top of the dish
by pressing the wrap to the sides of
wrap
cooking.
the dish.
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Vent
by turning
This will allow
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back
one corner
excess
of the
plastic
Aluminum Foil
wrap.
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steam to escape.
Avoid
they
Use
plastic dishes, cups, semi-rigid freezer
containers, and plastic bags only for short time
cooking. Use these with care because the
plastic may soften from the heat of the food.
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Use small
and
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large
hinder
sheets of aluminum foil because
cooking
pieces
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can
be used in your
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oven.
Refer to the paper manufacturer's label for
any paper product in the microwave oven.
use
arcing.
poultry legs
Keep
all aluminum foil at least 1 inch from the walls
oven.
Wood
Microwave-safe paper towels, waxed paper, paper
napkins, and paper plates with no metallic trim or
design
cause
wings.
and door of the
Paper
and may
of foil to shield
Wooden bowls, boards, and baskets will dry out and
split or crack or catch fire when you use them in the
microwave
of
oven.
Tightly Closed Containers
?
Tightly
closed cookware
to leave
an
opening
can
explode.
Be
sure
for steam to escape from
covered cookware.
Brown
?
Avoid
Paper
brown paper
heat and could burn.
using
bags. They
absorb
Metal Twist Ties
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7
Always
remove
hot and
cause a
metal twist ties
fire.
as
they
can
become
TIPS FOR MICROWAVE COOKING
BROWNING
Meat and
for 10
poultry
15 minutes
or
cooked
ARRANGEMENT
with
a
fat content that
high
longer
or
shorter time
agent, such
barbecue
as
cooked
Do not stack food.
Arrange in a single layer in the dish
cooking. Because dense foods cook
more slowly, place thicker portions of meat, poultry, fish,
and vegetables toward the outside of the dish.
will brown
lightly. Foods
with a browning
be brushed
can
are
Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce,
for
or
more even
sauce.
TESTING FOR DONENESS
COVERING
A
cover
cook
traps
Because foods cook
heat and steam and
Use
quickly.
more
lid
a
or
causes
the food to
microwave-safe
need to test
oven, you
plastic
wrap with one corner folded back to vent the excess
steam. Lids on glass casseroles can become hot
STANDING TIME
Depending
carefully. Waxed paper will
prevent the food from splattering in the oven and help
retain heat. When warming bread items, use waxed
paper, napkins, or paper towels. To absorb extra
moisture, wrap sandwiches and fatty foods in paper
during cooking.
quickly in a microwave
frequently for doneness.
Handle
on
density, food
working
to 15 minutes after
often needs to stand from 2
finished.
Standing
be made both inside and outside of the
oven.
time
can
Outside
of oven, you usually need to cover food during standing
time to retain heat. Remove most foods when they are
slightly undercooked and they will finish cooking during
standing time. The internal temperature of food will rise
about 10 °F during standing time.
towels.
SPACING
SHIELDING
Arrange individual foods, such as baked potatoes,
cupcakes, and hors d'oeuvres in a circle and at least
1 inch apart. This will help the food cook more evenly.
To
of the dish. Food at the outside of the dish heats first.
portions of rectangular or square
overcooking, you may need to shield
them with small strips of aluminum foil to block the
microwaves. You can also cover poultry legs and
wing tips with foil to keep them from overcooking.
Always keep foil at least 1 inch from oven walls
to prevent arcing.
TURNING
PIERCING
STIRRING
Stirring blends flavors and
Always stir from the
foods.
Large foods,
such
be turned
that the
turn
over
so
chicken
as
redistributes the heat in
outside toward the center
top
pieces
and
some
Pierce the shell, skin,
roasts and whole
and bottom
prevent
dishes from
poultry, should
cook evenly. Also
or
membrane of foods before
cooking to prevent them from bursting. Foods that
require piercing include yolks and whites of eggs, hot
dogs, clams, oysters, and whole vegetables, such as
potatoes and squash.
chops.
CLEANING
Wipe
the
mild
oven
inside and outside with
detergent
a
soft cloth and
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The turntable may be cleaned at the sink. Be careful
not to chip or scratch the edges as this may cause
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The turntable roller rest should be cleaned
solution. Then rinse and
wipe dry.
weekly or more often, if needed.
Never use cleaning powders or rough pads.
Excessive oil splatters on the inside top will be difficult
to remove if left for many days. Wipe splatters with a
wet paper towel, especially after cooking chicken or
a
This should be done
the turntable to break
during
use.
regularly.
SPECIAL CARE
For best
performance
and
safety,
the inner door
and the
REMOVABLE PARTS
grease buildup. Wipe often with a mild detergent; then
rinse and wipe dry. Never use cleaning powders or
The turntable and turntable roller rest
They
with
should be hand-washed in
a
mild
detergent
and
a
are
warm
soft cloth.
removable.
or
rough pads.
(not hot) water
Once they are
clean, rinse well and dry with a soft cloth. Never
cleaning powders, steel wool, or rough pads.
oven
front frame should be free of food
panel
bacon.
After
cleaning
the control
panel, touch STOP/CLEAR
might have been entered
cleaning the panel.
to clear any entries that
use
accidentally
8
while
CHILD LOCK
CLOCK
Example:
To set the clock for
You
10:30(AM).
Display Shows:
Touch:
1.
can use
panel
so
this
safety
feature to lock the control
that children cannot
the
oven
when
are
To set CHILD LOCK:
0
Display Shows:
Touch:
2.
use
you do not want them to and when you
cleaning the oven.
12:00
1.
Time of
day.
10:30
3.
2.
10:30
4.
Touch and
hold until "L"
appears in
the display.
L
(approximately
seconds)
4
NOTE: This is
12 hour clock.
a
To cancel CHILD LOCK:
Display Shows:
Touch:
KITCHEN TIMER
Your microwave
oven can
be used
timer. You
can
Example:
To set 3 minutes.
Touch:
set up to 99
as a
kitchen
minutes, 99 seconds.
1.
Touch and hold
until "L"
disappears
from the
display.
(approximately
4 seconds)
Display Shows:
1.
0
2.
3:00
3.
3:00
time
counting
down.
9
Time of
day.
USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
TIMED COOKING
ADD MINUTE
A
time-saving pad,
this
simplified
control lets
This feature lets you program a specific cook time
and power. For best results, there are 10 power
you quickly set and start microwave cooking at
100% power without the need to touch START.
Example:
level
settings in addition to HIGH power (100%).
Refer to the "Microwave Power Level Table" on
To cook for 2 minutes.
page 11 for
Display Shows:
Touch:
more
information.
NOTE: If you do not select a power level, the oven
automatically cook at HIGH (100%) power.
will
1.
Time of
day.
Example:
To cook for 5
minutes,
30 seconds
at 80% power.
2.
Twice
Display Shows:
Touch:
Time
counting
down
and power 100
ENGLISH
NOTE: If you touch ADD MINUTE, it will add 1
minute up to 99 min 59 seconds.
1.
0
2.
5:30
3.
P-HI
P-80
4.
5:30
5.
6.
At the end of
cooking time,
long tone
2 short tones and 1
will sound.
10
USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
MULTI-STAGE COOKING
For best results, some recipes call for different cook
during different stages of a cook cycle. You
12.
powers
program your oven to switch from
level to another for up to 3 stages.
can
Example:
To set
3-stage
a
standing
cook
one
cycle
with
13.
When each cooking stage is over, you will hear
two short tones as the oven begins the next stage.
14.
At the end of the
cooking time, 2 short
tones and 1 long
tone will sound.
time.
Display Shows:
Touch:
3:00
power
1.
0
2.
3:00
a 3 minute cook
time for first stage.
to set
MICROWAVE POWER LEVELS
Your microwave
3.
oven has 10 cook power levels to let
cook
or
heat
a wide variety of foods. Refer to the
you
table below for suggestions:
P-HI
an 80%
cook power for
the first stage.
to set
4.
Microwave Power Level Table
P-80
Power
Use
Level
?
5.
0
?
10
?
(High)
?
?
6.
7:00
9
7 minute cook
time for the second stage.
to set
?
a
7.
?
8
?
?
P-HI
7
?
?
?
8.
50%
cook power for
the second
to set
an
P-50
6
?
stage.
?
5
9.
?
?
5 :00
4
5 minute standing
time for the third stage.
to set
P-HI
10.
toseta0%cook
power for the
third stage.
1
P-0
0
11
vegetables.
foods
Reheating prepared
Reheating sandwiches.
quickly.
Cooking egg, milk, & cheese
Cooking cakes, breads.
Melting chocolate.
Cooking veal.
Cooking whole fish.
Cooking puddings &
Cooking ham, whole poultry,
Cooking rib roast, sirloin tip.
?
?
?
Taking chill out of
Softening butter.
& lamb.
& seafood.
Cooking less tender cuts of
Cooking pork chops, roast.
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dishes.
custard.
Thawing meat, poultry,
?
11.
&
?
?
2
Reheating rice, pasta,
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a
3
Boiling water.
Making candy.
Cooking poultry pieces, fish, & vegetables.
Cooking tender cuts of meat.
Whole poultry.
meat.
fruit.
Keeping casseroles & main dishes warm.
Softening butter & cream cheese.
Standing
time.
ENGLISH
USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
QUICK TOUCH COOKING
Use this function to cook food without
cook time
or
Example:
To cook
entering
Example:
a
power. Refer to the Quick Touch
Cook Table below for more information.
a
3.5oz.
bag
of microwave
Display
ENGLISH
1
Shows:
2.
3.5
1.
oven
will start
Time
counting
The
3.
down.
cooking
time, 2 short
tones and
1
long
will start
At the end of
time, 2 short
1
At the end of
oven
Time
counting
down.
automatically.
automatically.
3.
Display Shows:
1.
Touch:
The
potato
Touch:
popcorn.
2.
To cook 1
long
cooking
tones and
tone will sound.
tone will sound.
ONE TOUCH CONTROL TABLE
CATEGORY
Beverage
TOUCH
SERVING SIZE
DIRECTIONS
1 time
1 cup
?
2 times
2 cups
?
?
Potato
1 time
2 times
3 times
4 times
Popcorn
1ea(8oz.)
ea (16 oz.)
3 ea (24 oz.)
4 ea (32 oz.)
2
?
?
?
?
240ml per cup.
Use mug or microwave-safe cup.
Stir after reheating.
8-10
oz. per potato.
Place in center of the turntable
Pierce
After
tray on paper towel.
potato several times with fork.
cooking,
let stand for 5 minutes.
?
No
package instructions.
package which is made especially
cooking.
Do not try to pop unpopped kernels.
Heat only 1 package at a time.
1 time
3.5
oz.
?
2 times
3.0
oz.
?
3 times
1.75
oz.
?
?
?
cover.
Follow
Use popcorn
Do not leave the microwave
oven
for microwave
unattended while
popping
popcorn.
When
popping prepackaged popcorn;
carefully so the bag does not touch the oven walls.
each end of the bag in half toward the center top of the
Place
Fold
bag.
12
AUTO DEFROST
Three defrost sequences are preset in the oven.
The auto defrost feature provides you with the best
Example:
method for frozen foods. The
Touch:
defrosting
cooking guide
will show you which defrost sequence is recommended
for the food you are defrosting.
To defrost 1.2 lbs of
ground
beef.
Display Shows:
1.
For added convenience, the Auto Defrost includes
built-in beep mechanism that reminds you to check,
a
turn over,
separate,
or
results. Three different
rearrange to get best defrost
defrosting levels are provided.
2 POULTRY
1.2
and
2.
1 MEAT
to enter the
weight
3 FISH
*Available
weight
is 0.1~6.0lbs.
Time
3.
NOTE:
counting
down.
When you touch the START pad, the display changes
to defrost time count down. The oven will beep during
the DEFROST
cycle.
turn, separate,
or
At this time, open the door and
rearrange the food.
Remove any portions that have thawed.
Return frozen portions to the oven and touch
START to resume the defrost cycle.
4.
At the end of the
defrost time, two short
tones and one long
tone will sound.
OPERATING TIPS
?
For best results, remove fish, shellfish, meat, and
poultry from its original closed paper or plastic pack-
age
and
?
(wrapper). Otherwise, the wrap will hold steam
juice close to the foods, which can cause the
outer surface of the foods to cook.
?
Food should still be somewhat
removed from the
icy
For best results,
shape your ground meat into the
doughnut before freezing. When defrosting,
scrape off thawed meat when the beep sounds and
continue defrosting.
form of
Place foods in
?
in the center when
roasting
oven.
a
a
shallow container
rack to catch
or on a
microwave
drippings.
AUTO DEFROST GUIDE
SEQUENCE
TOUCH
AUTO DEFROST
FOOD
?
one
time
MEAT
POULTRY
BEEF ..................Ground beef, Cubes for stew,
Pot roast, Rib roast, Rump roast,
Chuck roast, Hamburger patty.
?
LAMB .................Rolled roast
?
PORK .................Hot
?
VEAL
?
POULTRY ...........Whole
(under 4 lbs),
(boneless)
Cut up
Breasts
?
?
three times
0.1/6.0 lbs.
dogs, Spareribs,
Country-style ribs,
Rolled roast, Sausage.
..................Cutlets (1lb., 1/2-inch thick)
two times
?
Fish
MIN./MAX.
?
?
?
0.1/6.0 lbs.
CORNISH HENS ...Whole
TURKEY ..............Breast
(under
STEAKS ..............Round
steak, Tenderloin steak.
6
lbs.)
CHOPS................Lamb chops (1-inch
Pork chops (1/2-inch
thick),
thick).
FISH.....................Fillets, Steaks, Whole.
SHELLFISH.........Crab meat, Lobster tails, Shrimp,
Scallops
13
0.1/6.0 lbs.
A large variety of sandwich combinations
made in your microwave oven. Because
sandwiches heat
quickly,
be
can
sliced meat heats better than
Thinly
sliced meat. The
be careful not to
often
overcook them the bread can become tough and
chewy. Heat breads until warm, not hot, and
cheese until it just begins to melt. Let the following
cause
slower-cooking
thickly
thick slices
the bread to overcook before the
-
tips guide you
when
adapting
or
creating your
meat is hot.
own
SOUP RECIPES
sandwiches.
When
SANDWICH RECIPES
cooking
directed
Heat sandwiches
paper
plates.
To
on
canned soups,
remove
Use microwave-safe dish. Add milk
white paper towels
or
on can.
Stir
or
from
halfway through cooking
time.
prevent splattering, as well as
prevent sogginess, you
to absorb steam and
Stir
wrap each sanwich in a paper towel.
Remove wrapping immediately after warming. It
time. Let
can
cream-style soup halfway through cooking
stand, covered,
3 minutes before
serving.
takes less than 1 minute to heat most
sandwiches. Heat
on
power level 8
(80%).
Cooking
Item
Guide
-
Canned
Amount
Soups
Power
Approx. Cooking
Time (minutes)
(%)
101/4
oz.(297ml)
8
(80)
Cream-Style
101/4
oz.(297ml)
8
(80)
Tomato
26
8
(80)
9-10
Broth
Bean, Peas,
or
Mushroom
Undiluted
chunk-style
vegetable
oz.(767ml)
7
(70)
10-11
103/4
oz.(318ml)
8
(80)
4-5
8
(80)
7-9
oz.(562ml)
of instant soup
Guide
-
Quick Dried
Amount
(Number
Cup
8-9
oz.(318ml)
Cooking
Item
5-6
103/4
19
Power
Soups
(%)
Approx. Cooking
Time (minutes)
1
HI
4-5
2
HI
5-6
4
HI
7-9
of
Envelopes)
11/4-ounce
(37g)
envelope
can.
water as
14
Directions for
Cooking Vegetables
Fresh
Place vegetables in casserole. Add amount of
Frozen
For 10-ounce (300g) package, place
in 4 to 6 cup (1 or 1.5L) casserole.
water recommended in chart. Cover with lid or
plastic wrap. Whole vegetables, such as potatoes,
eggplant should be pierced with a fork several
times before cooking.
Halfway through cooking, stir, rearrange and/or
turn vegetables over.
Let stand, covered, before serving.
Add amount of water according to package
directions.
Cover with lid. Cook at HIGH 6 to 10 minutes,
or
Fresh
VEGETABLE
until tender. Stir two-thirds the way
Let
stand, covered, before serving.
Chart
Vegetable
WATER
APPROX. COOKING TIME
at HIGH
Beans, Green
or
or
through
cooking.
AMOUNT
Asparagus, spears
vegetables
(in minutes)
1 lb
(450g)
1/2
cup
(125mL)
6to8
1 lb
(450g)
1/2
cup
(125mL)
10to12
1 lb
(450g)
1/2
cup
(125mL)
7to8
1/4
cup
(50mL)
7to8
Wax,
cut into 11/2-in.
(4cm)
pieces
Broccoli,
Brussels
cut in
pieces
Sprouts,
fresh
Cabbage, wedges,
10
fresh
oz.
(300g)
1 lb
(450g)
1/2
cup
(125mL)
7to8
1 lb
(450g)
1/2
cup
(125mL)
7to8
1 lb
(450g)
1/2
cup
(125mL)
6to7
1 lb
(450g)
1/2
cup
(125mL)
8to10
Leeks, whole, fresh
1 lb
(450g)
1/2
cup
(125mL)
10to12
peas, fresh
1 lb
(450g)
1/2
cup
(125mL)
8to10
(8oz. ea.)
1/2
cup
(125mL)
15to18
Carrots, sliced
(1cm)
1/2
-
in.
thick
Cauliflower, florets
Eggplant, whole,
fresh
4
Potatoes, whole, fresh
Spinach,
fresh
Turnips, cubed,
fresh
1 lb
(450g)
1/2
cup
(125mL)
8to10
1 lb
(450g)
1/2
cup
(125mL)
11to13
Cooking
ITEM
CONTAINER
AMOUNT OF
WATER
Rice*
Flavored Rice Mix
6 oz (170g)
Long
1 cup
Grain
(250mL)
Short Grain
1 cup
(250mL)
8 cup (2L)
casserole
as
package
Guide
-
Rice
POWER APPROX.COOKING
TIME (in minutes)
(%)
STAND TIME
Cover and heat water
7
(70)
15to30
10
5
(50)
14to16
10
directs
SPECIAL NOTES
(in minutes)
toaboil(5to7min.).
Add
8 cup (2L)
casserole
8 cup (2L)
casserole
2 cups
(500mL)
2 cups
rice, salt and butter
(amount
butter
5
10to12
(50)
(500mL)
10
of salt and
package
Cook
covered,
stand, covered.
directs).
stir let
15
as
Directions for
Cooking Meats, Poultry
and Fish
The thermometer should not touch bone or fat.
If it does, the reading could be inaccurate.
Use fresh or defrosted meats, poultry and fish.
Wash poultry or fish before cooking.
Season
small items in
Generally,
single layer in dish. For
best results, avoid overlapping edges of food, as
this will prevent even cooking. Place thick sections
toward edge of the dish. A rack in the cooking dish
will elevate meat out of the juices.
Arrange
a
and
seasonings
as
poultry.
Shield thin
parts of meat (less meaty portions) or
poultry (wings and legs) with aluminum foil to
prevent overcooking. Shield poultry before
cooking; shield meat halfway through cooking.
Wooden toothpicks can be used to hold the foil in
place.
Pork is done when meat is gray with clear juices.
Whole poultry is done when juices are clea
yellow and drumstick moves freely. Poultry pieces
are
according to directions in chart. Small
quantities of sauce will not alter the cooking time.
Test for doneness before adding extra cooking
juices
are
clear
Roasts and whole birds should be tented with foil
stand time.
during
APPROX.
COOKING TIME
STAND TIME
(in minutes)
(in minutes)
SPECIAL NOTES
Beef
Place meat in
shallow dish.
a
Cover
Hamburgers, Refrigerated
4 oz ea. (120g)
2
21/2 to 2
1
HIGH
2
HIGH
3to4
2
HIGH
5to7
2
4
yellow.
If foods are undercooked, return to oven for a
short period of time at the recommended power
level. Let stand for time recommended in chart.
time. Remove roasts from oven then check
internal temperature in several places, using a
microwave or conventional meat thermometer.
(%)
cooked when
Fish and seafood are done when opaque in color
and flake easily when tested with a fork.
Cook
POWER
roast are
To test beef for doneness, cut into meat. Red
color indicates rare, pink indicates medium and
gray indicates well done.
Use
desired.
FOOD
a
DO NOT USE A CONVENTIONAL MEAT
THERMOMETER IN THE MICROWAVE OVEN.
as
enhance the color of meats and
temperatures in
rib roast.
desired, but salt after cooking. Kitchen
bouquet mixed with equal parts of butter will
spices
the lower
found in the center of the roast and in the muscle
close to a large bone, such as a pork loin center
Hamburgers, Frozen
oz ea. (120g)
loosely with waxed paper
to prevent spattering.
Turn over halfway through
cooking.
4
1
HIGH
5to6
2
Turn
2
HIGH
7to8
3
4
HIGH
13to14
3
through cooking.
5
(50)
23to25
5
(80)
12to14
10to15
Medium
14to16
10to15
Well
18to20
10to15
Meat Loaf 11/2 lbs
Roasts, Tender
Rare
(675g)
1 lb
Arrange
and
separate halfway
in loaf dish.
Cover with waxed paper.
(450g)
8
over
Place in a square dish.
Cover with waxed paper.
Shield halfway through cooking
Tented
and turn roast
with foil
*Approx. temp.
Rare 130˚F
if necessary.
after stand
over
(55˚C)
(60˚C)
(77˚C)
Medium 140˚F
Well 170˚F
16
POWER
FOOD
(%)
APPROX.
COOKING TIME
STAND TIME
(in minutes)
(in minutes)
SPECIAL NOTES
Pork
Use bacon rack
Bacon, Slices
1
HIGH
11/2 to 2
1
2
HIGH
2 to 21/2
1
4
HIGH
31/2 to 41/2
1
to
HIGH
31/2 to 41/2
2
Cover
HIGH
8 to 81/2
5
to
Chops,
(1cm)
or
line bottom of
dish with paper towel. Place
bacon on paper towel. Cover
with another paper towel
loosely
prevent spattering.
Loin 1/2-inch
thick
Place in
1
2
Rib 1/2-inch
a
shallow dish.
loosely with waxed paper
prevent spattering. Turn over
time.
halfway through cooking
Chops,
(1cm) thick
HIGH
31/2 to 4
2
HIGH
51/2 to 6
5
HIGH
91/2 to 10
5
1
HIGH
1/2to1
1
2
HIGH
1 to 11/2
1
4
HIGH
13/4 to 21/2
1
10to12
10
1
2
4
Wieners
Ham, fully cooked
Canned 3 lbs
(1.3kg)
5
(50)
Score before
Shield
edge
foil. Place
*Approx. temp.
cooking.
of ham with
on
roasting
strip
of
rack.
after stand
Cover with waxed paper. Turn
120˚F to 130˚F
over
(50˚C
to
halfway through cooking.
55˚C)
Ham, Slice 1-inch (2.5cm)
Thick per 1 lb
(450g)
Place in
HIGH
11to13
5
a
shallow dish. Cover
with waxed paper. Turn
over
halfway through cooking.
Pork Roast per 1-lb
*
Cook in
(450g)
Approx. temp.
5
(50)
17to19
after stand 170˚F to 175˚F
(77˚C
to
79˚C)
17
10to15
cover
a
with
covered casserole
plastic wrap.
or
POWER
FOOD
(%)
APPROX.
COOKING TIME
STAND TIME
(in minutes)
(in minutes)
SPECIAL NOTES
Sausage Links, frozen
(precooked brown and
serve)
Pierce before
2
HIGH
3to4
1
4
HIGH
4to5
1
Cover with
Sausage Links, fresh
1 to 2 oz (30-60g) each
cooking.
Pierce before
cooking.
plastic wrap.
2
HIGH
4to6
1
4
HIGH
5to7
1
Turn
Arrange in a shallow dish.
Cover loosely with waxed paper
to prevent spattering.
over once.
Lamb
Chops, Shoulder
(1cm) thick
1/2-inch
1
HIGH
3to4
2
2
HIGH
7to8
5
HIGH
10to12
10
Place
HIGH
17to20
10
dish. Cover with
Poultry per
1 lb
(450g)
Chickens 4 lbs
(up
to 1.
Tented
8kg)
on a
roasting rack in a
plastic wrap
or
lid.
with foil
Chicken Pieces
2 lbs
Fish
or
(up
to
HIGH
5
9to11
900g)
Arrange skin-side up in shallow
baking dish, meatier portions
toward edge of dish. Cover with
plastic wrap or lid.
Seafood
Fish Fillets 3/4 lb
(350g)
HIGH
Arrange
Cover with waxed paper.
Rearrange or stir shrimp or
scallops halfway through
cooking.
(50)
7
(70)
11to12
3
Shrimp, medium size 1lb
(450g) (shelled and cleaned)
7
(70)
10to11
3
Whole fish 11/2 to 13/4 lbs
HIGH
9to10
5
18
a
single layer
in dish.
3
5
5
[6
(170g)each]
Scallops 1lb (450g)
oz
in
7to9
8to10
Fish Steaks 2
CONVERTING RECIPES
When adapting "quick bread" recipes, you will find
it necessary to reduce the amount of leavening
(baking powder or soda) by about one-quarter the
When
mix where
leavening
cannot be
to stand about 10
guidelines.
higher in the microwave oven,
a loss in volume from the
you will not see
reduction of soda
If
a
minutes before cooking in order for some of the
gas to be lost. Otherwise observe the following
normal amount. A bitter aftertaste is apparent if
too much leavening is used in biscuits or muffins.
Since food rises
using
reduced, allow the dough
or
Breads and rolls should be reheated only until
they are warm to the touch. Overheating or
overcooking makes bread tough and rubbery.
baking powder.
recipe contains buttermilk or sour cream, do
change the amount of soda, since it serves to
counteract the sour taste as well as leavening
a
not
agent.
Cooking
POWER
ITEM
(%)
Hamburger buns,
hot dog rolls
frozen: 1 lb (450g)
Room
temp:
5
1
5
2
5
4
5
Doughnuts,
1
5
rolls,
2
5
4
5
sweet
muffins
Whole coffee cake,
Frozen:10-13 oz(280-370g)
Room temp.:10-13 oz
5
5
(280-370g)
French
/
Reheating
Guide
APPROX. COOKING/
REHEATING TIME
1-2min.
(50)
(50)
(50)
(50)
5-10sec.
Place
10-15sec.
towel.
plate
or
wrap in paper
Place on paper plate
seconds if frozen.
or
towel. Add 15
Place
on
paper
plate
or
towel.
Place
on
paper
plate
or
towel.
on
paper
15-20sec.
10-15sec.
(50)
(50)
(50)
20-25sec.
35-40sec.
11/2
(50)
(50)
1
-
-
2 min.
11/2 min.
bread,
Frozen: 1 lb (450g)
Room temp.:1 lb (450g)
ITEM
Butter Cake:
half
Single layer
of prepared mix
or
Brownies
5
5
11/2
(50)
(50)
DISH
21/4 cups
8 to 9-inch
(550mL)
2 min.
COOKING POWER AND
TIME (in minutes)
FIRST
STAGE
(20
to
23cm)
5
(50)
10 min.
round dish
2 cups
8 to 9-inch
(20
to
23cm)
round dish
Bar Cookies
-
20-30sec.
AMOUNT
OF BATTER
(500mL)
11/2 cups
8 to 9-inch
(400mL)
(20
to
23cm)
5
Muffins
size
1/4
each
(50)
5
(50)
10 min.
(70)
40 to 60sec.
2
2to3min.
6to7min.
19
STAND
TIME
SPECIAL
NOTES
Place
10 min.
on
inverted
pie
plate.
Cool with
Cover with waxed
waxed
paper. Place on
inverted pie plate.
paper.
HIGH
Cool
2to3
completely.
min.
1
6
HIGH
3to4
min.
min.
7
cup
(50mL)
SECOND
STAGE
12to14
round dish
large
SPECIAL NOTES
Cover with
waxed paper
during 1st stage.
Category
Serving
FROZEN
1
Serving
Direction
Quantity
10oz.(280g)
ENTREE
Remove package from wrapper. Follow 1
instructions for microwaving.
Place entree
on a
Cover
with
tightly
Examples
of
one
microwave
wax
package
plate.
paper.
frozen dinner
are
Lasagna
with Meat
Sauce, Chicken with Rice and Sliced Turkey Brease with
Rice.
VEGETABLE
1 cup
2 cups
8 oz.(230g)
Vegetables and
2 tbsp water
16 oz.(454g)
Vegetables and
1/4
3 cups
1
2
3
4
POPCORN
1
2
3
Cover with microwave
safe, plastic wrap.
Cover with microwave
safe, plastic wrap.
32
oz.(900g)
Vegetables and
cup water
Fresh
is after
POTATO
safe, plastic wrap.
cup water
vegetable
weight
peeling,
trimming, slicing, etc.
:
Cover with microwave
cup water
oz.(680g)
Vegetables and
1/2
Note
safe, plastic wrap.
24
1/3
4 cups
Cover with microwave
10oz.(280g)
20oz.(560g)
30oz.(840g)
40oz.(1120g)
Prepare vegetable(wash, cut-up vegetables into 1/2-inch
(1"-2.5cm) slices or pieces.). Place in microwave safe bowl
or casserole. Add water. Cover. Most vegetables benefit
from 2 to 3 minutes standing time after cooking.
Wash and scrub well. Pierce with work.
Place
on
microwave safe rack
or
paper towel in
1"(2.5cm) apart.
Let stand 3 to 5 minutes after
cooking.
3.5oz.
Place
3.0oz.
Follow manufacturer's instructions.
(100g)
(85g)
1.75oz. (50g)
bag
20
on
turntable.
a
circle
Category
Food Plate
Serving
Plate of Food
(Refrigerated,
precooked food)
Direction
Quantity
1 serving
(8oz-230g)
2
servings
(16oz-454g)
microwave safe
Use
a
max
paper. Use
one
plate. Cover tightly with
plate for 1-2 servings.
Examples
of
1 chicken
breast, (4 oz-115g),
one
serving
for
a
Plate of Food:
1/4 cup
vegetables, 1/4 cup mashed potatoes
(4 oz-115g) precooked meatloaf, 1/4 cup
cooked vegetables.
or
Beverage
Coffee/Tea
(Refrigerated Temp.)
1 cup
No
(8oz-230mL)
cover.
cup(s)
2 cups
or
Stir after
(16 oz-454mL)
21
Use uncovered microwave safe
mug(s).
reheating.
Questions and Answers
Operation
Answer
Question
Why is the
cooking?
oven
light
does steam
Why
not
come
on
There may be several
Have you:
during
?
Set
?
Touched START?
a
cooking
Steam is
out of the air
has been
exhaust vent?
Will the microwave
oven
be
damaged
if it
reasons
why
the
is not
on.
time?
normally produced during cooking.
designed to vent this steam.
Yes. Never
light
oven
operate the
oven
empty
or
The microwave
without the
glass
oven
turntable.
operates empty?
Does microwave energy pass
screen in the door?
through
the
No. The metal
The holes
viewing
screen
(or ports)
let microwave energy
does
Why
the control
a
tone sound when
panel
a
pad
on
The tone tells you that the
damaged
if
is
for the first time, it
What is wrong?
plugged into wall outlet
might not work properly.
to the inside of the
damage
oven
while you
are
see
light
reflection around the
outer case?
What
are
has been entered.
oven
is
operating?
oven.
It is
always
best to be
near
cooking.
microcomputer controlling your oven may temporarily
become scrambled and fail to function as programmed when you
plug in for the first time or when power resumes after a power
This
oven
the various sounds I hear when
the microwave
cavity.
do not
The
interruption. Unplug the
and then plug it back in
do I
oven
through. They
Like any other cooking appliance, it is possible to overcook food
point that the food creates smoke and even possibly fire,
and
Why
setting
pass
to the
the
oven
only light to
pass through.
is touched?
Can my microwave oven be
food is cooked for too long?
When the
bounces the energy back to the
allow
The
light is
cavity
from the
clicking
heavy
from the 120 volt household outlet
oven
light
sound is caused
microcomputer.
which is located between the
and the outer wall of the
microwave oven's
The
oven
to reset the
by
a
oven.
mechanical switch
turning
the
magnetron ON and OFF.
hum and clunk is from the
change
magnetron
switch.The
change in blower speed is from the change in line
by the magnetron being turned ON and OFF.
voltage
caused
22
as
it is turned ON and OFF
in power the
by a mechanical
draws
Questions and Answers (continued)
Food
Answer
Question
What is wrong when baked foods have
hard, dry, brown spot?
Why
do eggs sometimes
a
A hard,
or
dry, brown spot
reheating time.
indicates
overcooking.
Shorten the
cooking
When
baking, frying, or poaching eggs, the yolk may pop due to
build-up inside the yolk membrane. To prevent this,
simply pierce the yolk with a wooden toothpick before cooking.
pop?
steam
CAUTION: Never microwave eggs in the shell.
Why
little
are
dry
scrambled eggs sometimes
after
a
cooking?
Eggs will dry out when they are overcooked, even if the same
recipe is used each time. The cooking time may need to be varied
for
Why do baked apples
during cooking?
sometimes burst
one
of these
reasons:
vary in size.
?
Eggs
Eggs
are at room temperature
temperature another time.
?
Eggs
continue
?
The
peel
do baked
burn
during cooking?
potatoes sometimes
of the interior of the
expansion
cooking methods,
during the cooking process.
cooking
recommended
refrigerator
time.
has not been removed from the
allow for
If the
time and at
cooking during standing
conventional
Why
one
top half of each apple
apple during cooking.
apple expands
the interior of the
time is too
long, fire could result. At the end of the
cooking time, potatoes should be slightly firm.
CAUTION: Do not overcook.
Why
is
a
standing time recommended
cooking time is over?
after microwave
Standing
time allows foods to continue
cooking evenly for a few
cooking cycle. The
depends upon the density of the foods.
minutes after the actual microwave
amount of
standing
23
to
As in
time
oven
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
You
often correct
can
operating problem
If the microwave
HOME
.
operating problems yourself.
in the list below and
oven
still does not work
Sears Parts &
Repair
Centers
If your microwave
oven
properly, contact
fully equipped
are
Is the
?
?
Sparking
?
Unevenly
Repair by calling
requirements.
1-800-4-MY-
Is the power cord plugged in?
Is the door closed?
?
?
Incorrect time of
locate the
Possible Causes
Oven does not start
or
properly,
the nearest Sears Parts &
to handle your service
Problem
Arcing
fails to work
try the solutions listed for each problem.
day
Cooked Foods
?
Are you using approved cookware?
Is the glass turntable in the oven?
?
day?
Did you turn or stir the food while it was
Were the foods completely defrosted?
cooking?
?
Was the
time/cooking
power level correct?
?
Was the
time/cooking
power level correct?
?
Are you using approved cookware?
Were the foods completely defrosted?
?
Improper Defrosting
Are you using approved cookware?
Is the oven empty?
Have you tried to reset the time of
?
Undercooked Foods
time set?
?
?
Overcooked Foods
cooking
?
Was the
?
Are you using approved cookware?
Was the time/cooking power level correct?
?
time/cooking
Did you turn
?
or
power level correct?
stir the food
during
the
defrosting cycle?
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE
STATEMENT
(U.S.A. ONLY)
WARNING:
This
?
and
equipment generates
uses
ISM
energy and if not installed and used
in strict accordance with the manufacturer's instruc-
tions, may
cause
reception.
comply with
?
?
tested and found to
type
?
limits for ISM
occur
does
in
cause
tion, which
a
no
installation. If this
interference to radio
can
Move the microwave
Plug
the microwave
be determined
ment off and on, the
user
rect the interference
by
is
or
oven
of the
television recepturning the equip-
one or more
to
of the
try
to
respect
to the
away from the receiver.
into a different outlet so
and the receiver
are on
dif-
cor-
following:
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responsible for any radio
by unauthorized modifioven. It is the responsibility
TV interference caused
cation to this microwave
equipment
or
by
encouraged
televi-
oven
oven
The manufacturer is not
guarantee that interference will
particular
or
ferent branch circuits.
residential installation.
not
antenna of the radio
Relocate the Microwave Oven with
that the microwave
Equipment pursuant to
part 18 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference in a
However, there is
receiving
receiver.
interference to radio and television
It has been
Reorient the
sion.
frequency
properly, that is
user
to correct such interference.
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