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M1827N / M1817N
Code No.: DE68-01784G
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°“√µ—Èߧ˓≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áߥȫ¬§«“¡√ÈÕπÕ—µ‚π¡—µ‘ (M1827N)................. 12
°“√„™È§ÿ≥˙¡∫—µ‘ÕÿËπ∑—π∑’(M1817N)........................................... 12
°“√µ—ÈßÕÿËπ∑—π∑’(M1817N) ...................................................... 12
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§”·π–π”„π°“√∑”Õ“À“√ ......................................................... 14
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1. «“ßÕ“À“√„π‡µ“Õ∫
1. «“ßÕ“À“√„π‡µ“Õ∫
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π
‡≈◊Õ°√–¥—∫§«“¡√ÈÕπ‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡ µßÈ — √–¥∫
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π
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(COOKING POWER CONTROL)
(COOKING POWER CONTROL)
— (Time/
2. ‡≈◊Õ°‡«≈“°“√∑”Õ“À“√‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡ ‡«≈“/ π”È Àπ°
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— §«“¡√ÕÈ π (COOKING POWER
1. À¡ÿπªÿË¡ µßÈ— √–¥∫
— √–¥∫
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2. À¡ÿπªÿË¡ ‡«≈“/ π”È Àπ°
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π (COOKING POWER
1. À¡ÿπªÿË¡ µßÈ — √–¥∫
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1. «“ßÕ“À“√„π‡µ“Õ∫
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• ¢ÈÕ§«√√–«—ß„π¥È“𧫓¡ª≈Õ¥¿—¬
• Õÿª°√≥χ˙√‘¡·≈–‡§√◊ËÕߧ√—«∑’ˇÀ¡“–˙¡
• ‡§≈Á¥≈—∫∑’Ë¡’ª√–‚¬™πχ°’ˬ«°—∫°“√∑”Õ“À“√
¥È“π„π¡’°“√Õ∏‘∫“¬°“√„™Èß“πլ˓ßßË“¬Ê 3 À—«¢ÈÕ §◊Õ:
• °“√∑”Õ“À“√
• °“√≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áß„πÕ“À“√
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„π™Ë«ßµÕπµÈπ¢ÕßÀπ—ß˙◊Õ ®–‡ªÁπ¿“æ¢Õ߇µ“Õ∫
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À√◊Õ·À¬Ë˙‘Ëß„¥Ê ≈߉ª„π™ËÕß ≈ÁÕ°π‘√¿—¬
(b) ÀÈ“¡«“ß«—µ∂ÿ„¥Ê √–À«Ë“ߪ√–µŸ‡µ“Õ∫·≈–
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(1) ª√–µŸ ≈—°ª√–µŸ ·≈–æ◊Èπº‘«¢Õßµ—«≈ÍÕ§
(2) ∫“πæ—∫ª√–µŸ(À—°À√◊ÕÀ≈«¡)
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11. √—°…“§«“¡˙–Õ“¥¥È“π„π¢Õ߇µ“Õ∫
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Õ“®∑”§«“¡‡˙’¬À“¬ ∑”„ÀÈ˙Ÿ≠‡˙’¬·≈–≈¥ª√–˙‘∑∏‘¿“æ¢Õ߇µ“Õ∫
12. ∑Ë“πÕ“®‰¥È¬‘π‡˙’¬ß ·§√Á°√–À«Ë“ß°“√∑”ß“π
(‚¥¬‡©æ“–‡¡◊ËÕ‡µ“Õ∫≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áß)
‡π◊ËÕß®“°: ‡˙’¬ßπ’ȇªÁπ‡˙’¬ßª°µ‘‡¡◊ËÕ‰øøÈ“∑’Ë˙ËßÕÕ°¡“‡ª≈’ˬπ˙¿“扪
13. ‡¡◊ËÕ‡µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø∑”ß“π‚¥¬∑’ˉ¡Ë¡’Õ“À“√„¥Ê
‰øøÈ“®–µ—¥‚¥¬Õ—µ‚π¡—µ‘‡æ◊ËÕ§«“¡ª≈Õ¥¿—¬ ∑Ë“π˙“¡“√∂„™Èß“π
‰¥È‡ªÁπª°µ‘ À≈—ß®“°ª≈Ëլ旰‡ªÁπ‡«≈“¡“°°«Ë“ 30 π“∑’
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1. À“È ¡„™È‡§√◊ËÕߧ√—«‚≈À–∑’Ë¡’≈—°…≥–µËÕ‰ªπ’È „π‡µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø:
• ¿“™π–‚≈À–
• ™ÿ¥®“π™“¡∑’Ë¡’¢Õ∫∑ÕßÀ√◊Շߑπ
• ‰¡È‡˙’¬∫ ˙ÈÕ¡ œ≈œ
‡π◊ËÕß®“°: Õ“®‡°‘¥‰ø™ÁÕµÀ√◊Õª√–°“¬‰ø¢÷Èπ·≈–∑”„Àȇ°‘¥§«“¡‡˙’¬À“¬µËÕ‡µ“Õ∫
2. À“È ¡Õπ
Ëÿ :
• ¢«¥ °√–ªÿ° ¿“™π–∑’˪‘¥ºπ÷°˙ÿ≠≠“°“»À√◊Õ‰¡Ë¡’Õ“°“»ºË“π‡¢È“‰ª
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8.
‡™Ëπ °√–ªÿ°Õ“À“√˙”À√—∫∑“√°
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‡™Ëπ ‰¢Ë ∂—Ë«∑’Ë¡’‡ª≈◊Õ° ¡–‡¢◊Õ‡∑»
‡π◊ËÕß®“°: ·√ߥ—π∑’ˇæ‘Ë¡¢÷ÈπÕ“®∑”„ÀÈ√–‡∫‘¥‰¥È
¢ÈÕ·π–π”: ‡ª‘¥Ω“·≈–‡®“–√Ÿ∑’Ëæ◊Èπº‘« ∂ÿß œ≈œ
À“È ¡„™È‡µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø‡¡◊ËÕ‡µ“Õ∫«Ë“ß
‡π◊ËÕß®“°: ºπ—߇µ“Õ∫Õ“®‰¥È√—∫§«“¡‡˙’¬À“¬
¢ÈÕ·π–π”: «“ßπÈ”Àπ÷Ëß·°È«‰«È„π‡µ“Õ∫µ≈Õ¥‡«≈“
πÈ”®–¥Ÿ¥´—∫§≈◊Ëπ‰¡‚§√‡«øÀ“°∑Ë“πµ—È߇µ“Õ∫„ÀÈ∑”ß“π
‚¥¬∫—߇Ց≠„π¢≥–∑’ˇµ“Õ∫«Ë“ß
À“È ¡„™ÈºÈ“À√◊Õ°√–¥“…ª‘¥™ËÕß√–∫“¬Õ“°“»¥È“πÀ≈—ß
‡π◊ËÕß®“°: ºÈ“À√◊Õ°√–¥“…Õ“®µ‘¥‰ø„π¢≥–∑’Ë≈¡√ÈÕπæ—¥ÕÕ°®“°‡µ“Õ∫
„™È∂ÿß¡◊Õ˙”À√—∫‡µ“Õ∫‡˙¡Õ ‡¡◊ËÕπ”®“πÕÕ°®“°‡µ“Õ∫
‡π◊ËÕß®“°: ®“π∫“ߪ√–‡¿∑®–¥Ÿ¥§≈◊Ëπ‰¡‚§√‡«ø·≈–§«“¡√ÈÕπ¡—°®–
∂Ë“¬‡∑®“°Õ“°“»‰ª˙ŸË®“π ∑”„ÀÈ®“π‡°‘¥§«“¡√ÈÕπ
À“È ¡˙—¡º—˙˙Ë«π∑”§«“¡√ÈÕπÀ√◊Õºπ—߇µ“Õ∫¥È“π„π
‡π◊ËÕß®“°: ºπ—ßÕ“®√ÈÕπ®π∑”„Àȇ°‘¥·º≈‰À¡È‰¥È·¡È¿“¬À≈—ß°“√∑”Õ“À“√
·¡È«Ë“®–¥Ÿ§≈È“¬‰¡Ë√ÈÕπ°Áµ“¡ ÀÈ“¡ª≈ËÕ¬„ÀÈ«—˙¥ÿµ‘¥‰ø‰¥È˙—¡º—˙°—∫
∫√‘‡«≥¥È“π„π¢Õ߇µ“Õ∫ ª≈ËÕ¬∑‘È߉«È„Àȇµ“Õ∫‡¬Áπ≈ß
‡æ◊ËÕ≈¥§«“¡‡˙’ˬ߮“°°“√‡°‘¥‰ø≈ÿ°‰À¡È„π‡µ“Õ∫:
• ÀÈ“¡‡°Á∫«—˙¥ÿµ‘¥‰ø„π‡µ“Õ∫
• π”≈«¥ÕÕ°®“°∂ÿß°√–¥“…À√◊Õæ≈“˙µ‘°
• ÀÈ“¡„™È‡µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø‡æ◊ËÕÕ∫Àπ—ß˙◊Õæ‘¡æÏ„ÀÈ·ÀÈß
• À“°‡ÀÁ𧫗π „ÀȪ‘¥Ω“·≈–ª‘¥˙«‘µ´ÏÀ√◊Õ∂Õ¥ª≈—Í°‰ø¢Õ߇µ“Õ∫
√–¡—¥√–«—߇ªÁπ摇»…‡¡◊ËÕÕÿËπ¢Õ߇À≈«·≈–Õ“À“√∑“√°
• ª≈Ëլ旰լ˓ßπÈÕ¬ 20 «‘π“∑‡’ ˙¡ÕÀ≈—ß®“°ª‘¥˙«‘µ´Ï‡µ“Õ∫
·≈È«‡æ◊ËÕ„ÀÈÕÿ≥À¿Ÿ¡‘°√–®“¬˙¡Ë”‡˙¡Õ
• §πÕ“À“√√–À«Ë“ß°“√ÕÿËπÀ“°®”‡ªÁπ·≈–§πÀ≈—ß®“°ÕÿËπ·≈È«‡˙¡Õ
§”·π–π”„π¥È“𧫓¡ª≈Õ¥¿—¬∑’Ë˙”§—≠
√–À«Ë“ß°“√∑”Õ“À“√ §«√¥Ÿ„π‡µ“Õ∫‡ªÁπ√–¬–Ê ‡¡◊ËÕÕÿËπÀ√◊Õ∑”Õ“À“√
„π¿“™π–æ≈“˙µ‘° °√–¥“… À√◊Õ«—˙¥ÿ∑’ˉÀ¡È‰ø‰¥È·≈–∑’Ë„™È·≈È«∑‘Èß
˙‘Ëß˙”§—≠
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‘ µßÈ— ‡µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø
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«“߇µ“Õ∫∫πæ◊Èπº‘«∑’Ë·∫π√“∫´÷Ëß·¢Áß·√ßæÕ∑’Ë®–√—∫πÈ”Àπ—°¢Õ߇µ“
Õ∫‰¥Èլ˓ߪ≈Õ¥¿—¬
µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø¡’π“Ñ°“„πµ—« ´÷Ëß®–·˙¥ß‡«≈“‡ªÁπ·∫∫
24 ™—Ë«‚¡ßÀ√◊Õ 12 ™—Ë«‚¡ß ∑Ë“πµÈÕßµ—Èßπ“Ñ°“‡¡◊ËÕ:
• µ‘¥µ—È߇µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø‡ªÁπ§√—Èß·√°
• À≈—ß®“°‰øøÈ“¥—∫
20 ´¡.
¥È“π∫π
10 ´¡.
¥È“πÀ≈—ß
10 ´¡.
¥È“π¢È“ß
1. ‡¡◊ËÕµ‘¥µ—È߇µ“Õ∫ µ√«®˙Õ∫„ÀÈ·πË„®«Ë“¡’∑“ß√–∫“¬
Õ“°“»∑’ËæÕ‡À¡“–˙”À√—∫‡µ“Õ∫‚¥¬ª≈ËÕ¬„ÀÈ¡’∑’Ë«Ë“ß
¥È“πÀ≈—ß·≈–¥È“π¢È“ßլ˓ßπÈÕ¬ 10 ´¡.(4π‘È«)
·≈–¥È“π∫π¢Õ߇µ“Õ∫լ˓ßπÈÕ¬ 20 ´¡. (8 π‘È«)
1. ‡æ◊ËÕ·˙¥ß‡«≈“„π..
·∫∫ 24 ™—Ë«‚¡ß
·∫∫ 12 ™—Ë«‚¡ß
2. π”«—˙¥ÿÀ’∫ÀËեȓπ„π¢Õ߇µ“Õ∫ÕÕ°„ÀÈÀ¡¥
µ‘¥µ—Èß«ß·À«π√Õß®“πÀ¡ÿπ·≈–®“πÀ¡ÿπ
µ√«®¥Ÿ«Ë“®“πÀ¡ÿπÀ¡ÿπ‰¥Èլ˓ßÕ‘˙√–
2.
TA
°¥ªÿË¡ ...
Àπ÷Ëߧ√—Èß
˙Õߧ√—Èß
À¡ÿπªÿË¡ ‡«≈“/ π”È Àπ°— (Time/ Weight)(
‡æ◊ËÕµ—È߇«≈“‡ªÁπ™—Ë«‚¡ß
)
3. ‡µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«øµÈÕßµ—Èß„π∑’Ë´÷Ëß˙“¡“√∂‡˙’¬∫ª≈—Í°‰¥È
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3. °¥ªÿË¡
À“È ¡ ¢«“ß™ËÕßÕ“°“»
‡π◊ËÕß®“°‡µ“Õ∫Õ“®√ÈÕπ‡°‘π‰ª·≈–‡§√◊ËÕß®–À¬ÿ¥∑”ß“π‚¥¬Õ—µ‚π¡—µ‘
´÷Ëß®–‰¡Ë˙“¡“√∂„™Èß“π‰¥È®π°√–∑—Ë߇¬Áπ≈߇撬ßæÕ
‡æ◊ËÕ§«“¡ª≈Õ¥¿—¬¢Õß∑Ë“π µËÕ˙“¬‰ø‡¢È“°—∫‡µÈ“‡˙’¬∫˙“¬¥‘π 3 µ“
230 ‚«≈∑Ï 50 ‡Œ‘√Ï´ À“°˙“¬‰ø¢Õ߇§√◊ËÕ߉¥È√—∫§«“¡‡˙’¬À“¬
µÈÕ߇ª≈’ˬπ‡ªÁπ˙“¬æ‘‡»… (I-SHENG SP022, KDK KKP4819D,
— (Time/ Weight)(
4. À¡ÿπªÿË¡ ‡«≈“/ π”È Àπ°
‡æ◊ËÕµ—È߇«≈“‡ªÁπ™—Ë«‚¡ß
EUROELECTRIC 3410, SAMIL SP-106b, MOONSUNG EP48E, HIGHT PROJECT H.P3) ‚ª√¥µ‘¥µËÕµ—«·∑π®”ÀπË“¬„π∑ÈÕß
5. °¥ªÿË¡
∂‘Ëπ¢Õß∑Ë“π‡æ◊ËÕ‡ª≈’ˬπ˙“¬‰ø ˙“¬‰ø¢ÕßÕ‘˙√“‡Õ≈§◊Õ
PENCON(ZD16A) ·Õø√‘°“„µÈ§◊Õ APEX LEADS SA16
·≈–‰π®’‡√’¬ °“πÈ“ ‡§π¬“·≈–˙À√—∞Õ“À√—∫‡Õ¡‘‡√µ§◊Õ
PENCON (UD13A1)
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À“È ¡µ‘¥µ—È߇µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø„π˙¿“æ·«¥≈ÈÕ¡∑’Ë√ÈÕπÀ√◊Õ™◊Èπ
‡™Ë𵑥°—∫‡µ“Õ∫ À√◊Õ‡§√◊ËÕß∑”§«“¡√ÈÕπ
§ÿ≥˙¡∫—µ‘¢Õß˙“¬‰ø¢Õ߇µ“Õ∫µÈÕ߉¥È¡“µ√∞“π·≈–˙“¬µËÕ„¥Ê
∑’Ë„™ÈµÈÕ߉¥È¡“µ√∞“π‡¥’¬«°—∫˙“¬‰ø∑’Ë„Àȉ«È°—∫‡µ“Õ∫
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«∏‘ „’ ™‡È µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø
°“√µ√«®«“Ë ‡µ“Õ∫∑”ß“π‰¥ÕÈ ¬“Ë ß∂°Ÿ µÕÈ ß
‰¡‚§√‡«ø‡ªÁπ§≈◊Ëπ·¡Ë‡À≈Á°‰øøÈ“§«“¡∂’Ë˙Ÿß
æ≈—ßß“π∑’˪≈ËÕ¬ÕÕ°¡“˙“¡“√∂∑”„ÀÈÕ“À“√˙ÿ°À√◊ÕÕÿËπ‰¥È‚¥¬‰¡ËµÈÕß
‡ª≈’ˬπ√Ÿª·∫∫À√◊Õ˙’¢ÕßÕ“À“√
∑Ë“π˙“¡“√∂„™È‡µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø‡æ◊ËÕ:
• ≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áß
• ∑”Õ“À“√
• ÕÿËπ
À≈—°°“√∑”Õ“À“√
¢—ÈπµÕπßË“¬Ê µËÕ‰ªπ’È®–™Ë«¬„π°“√µ√«®˙Õ∫«Ë“‡µ“Õ∫∑”ß“π‰¥È
լ˓ß∂Ÿ°µÈÕßµ≈Õ¥‡«≈“
¢—Èπ·√°«“ßπÈ”Àπ÷Ëß™“¡∫π®“πÀ¡ÿπ®“°π—È𪑥ª√–µŸ‡µ“Õ∫
√πË ÿ : M1827N
1. ‡≈◊Õ°√–¥—∫§«“¡√ÈÕπ‰¥È®π∂÷ß√–¥—∫˙Ÿß˙ÿ¥ ‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡
µßÈ— √–¥∫
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π (COOKING POWER CONTROL)
1. ‰¡‚§√‡«ø´÷Ë߇°‘¥®“°·¡°π’µ√Õπ®–°√–®“¬
— (Time/
2. ‡≈◊Õ°‡«≈“ 4 ∂÷ß5 π“∑’ ‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡‡«≈“/ π”È Àπ°
Weight) (
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Ë “À“√À¡ÿπÕ¬Ÿ∫
Ë π®“π
¥—ßπ—ÈπÕ“À“√®÷ß˙ÿ°‡∑Ë“Ê °—π
®“°π—ÈππÈ”®–‡¥◊Õ¥
º≈: ‡§√◊ËÕ߇√‘Ë¡∑”ß“πÀ≈—ß®“°°¥ªÿË¡‰ª·≈È« 2 «‘π“∑’
2. Õ“À“√∑’Ë¡’§«“¡≈÷°ª√–¡“≥ 1 π‘È« (2.5 ´¡.)
®–¥Ÿ¥´—∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø ¥—ßπ—Èπ°“√∑”Õ“À“√®–µËÕ‡π◊ËÕß®“°
°“√∑’˧«“¡√ÈÕπ°√–®“¬‰ª¿“¬„πÕ“À“√
√π
Ë ÿ :M1817N
3. ‡«≈“∑”Õ“À“√®–·µ°µË“ß°—π‰ª¢÷ÈπÕ¬ŸË°—∫¿“™π–
∑’Ë„™È·≈–§ÿ≥˙¡∫—µ‘¢ÕßÕ“À“√ ‡™Ëπ:
• ª√‘¡“≥·≈–§«“¡Àπ“·πËπ
• ª√‘¡“≥πÈ”
• Õÿ≥À¿Ÿ¡‘‡√‘Ë¡µÈπ (·™Ë·¢ÁßÀ√◊Õ‰¡Ë)
1. ‡≈◊Õ°√–¥—∫§«“¡√ÈÕπ‰¥È®π∂÷ß√–¥—∫˙Ÿß˙ÿ¥ ‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡
µßÈ— √–¥∫
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π (COOKING POWER CONTROL)
2. ‡≈◊Õ°‡«≈“ 4 ∂÷ß 5 π“∑’ ‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡µßÈ— ‡«≈“ (TIMER)
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®“°π—ÈππÈ”®–‡¥◊Õ¥
‡π◊ËÕß®“°˙Ë«π°≈“ߢÕßÕ“À“√∂Ÿ°∑”„ÀÈ˙ÿ°‚¥¬°“√°√–®“¬§«“¡√ÈÕπ
°“√∑”Õ“À“√®–¥”‡π‘πµËÕ‰ª·¡È‡¡◊ËÕπ”Õ“À“√ÕÕ°®“°‡µ“Õ∫·≈È«
¥—ßπ—Èπ®÷ßµÈÕߪ≈Ëլ旰µ“¡°”Àπ¥‰«È„πµ”√“Õ“À“√·≈–„πÀπ—ß˙◊Õ
‡≈Ë¡π’ȇæ◊ËÕ„ÀÈ·πË„®«Ë“:
• Õ“À“√˙ÿ°‡∑Ë“°—∫µ√ß°≈“ß
• Õ“À“√¡’Õÿ≥À¿Ÿ¡‘‡∑Ë“°—π∑—Ë«∂÷ß
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®–µÈÕß„™È‡«≈“„π°“√µÈ¡π“π°«Ë“‡¥‘¡
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¢—Èπ·√° «“ßÕ“À“√‰«Èµ√ß°≈“ß®“πÀ¡ÿπ ®“°π—È𪑥Ω“
◆ ˙‘ËßµËÕ‰ªπ’ȇªÁπ‡√◊ËÕߪ°µ‘
• ‡°‘¥‰ÕπÈ”¿“¬„π‡µ“Õ∫
• Õ“°“»∑’ËÀ¡ÿπ‡«’¬π√Õ∫Ω“ª‘¥·≈–‡µ“Õ∫¥È“ππÕ°
• ¡’°“√˙–∑ÈÕπ·˙ß√Õ∫ª√–µŸ·≈–‡µ“¥È“ππÕ°
• ‰ÕπÈ”≈Õ¥ÕÕ°®“°ª√–µŸ·≈–™ËÕß√–∫“¬Õ“°“»
— (Time/ Weight)(
◆ ‡µ“Õ∫®–‰¡Ë‡√‘Ë¡∑”ß“π‡¡◊ËÕÀ¡ÿπªÿË¡ ‡«≈“/ π”È Àπ°
)
(M1827N)
•
ª‘¥Ω“˙π‘∑À√◊Õ‰¡Ë
◆ ‡µ“Õ∫®–‰¡Ë‡√‘Ë¡∑”ß“π‡¡◊ËÕÀ¡ÿπªÿË¡ µßÈ — ‡«≈“ (TIMER) (M1817N)
ª‘¥Ω“˙π‘∑À√◊Õ‰¡Ë
•
◆ Õ“À“√‰¡Ë˙ÿ°
— (Time/ Weight)
• ∑Ë“πµ—È߇«≈“∂Ÿ°µÈÕß ·≈–/ À√◊ÕÀ¡ÿπªÿË¡‡«≈“/ π”È Àπ°
(
) À√◊Õ‰¡Ë?(M1827N)
• ∑Ë“πµ—È߇«≈“∂Ÿ°µÈÕßÀ√◊Õ‰¡Ë?(M1817N)
• ª‘¥Ω“·≈È«À√◊Õ‰¡Ë
• ¡’°“√®Ë“¬°√–·˙‰øøÈ“¡“°‡°‘π‰ª·≈–∑”„ÀÈø‘«˙ÏÀ√◊Õ‡∫√°‡°Õ√Ï√–‡∫‘¥À√◊Õ‰¡Ë
◆ Õ“À“√˙ÿ°‡°‘π‰ªÀ√◊Õ¥‘∫‡°‘π‰ª
• ‡«≈“∑”Õ“À“√µ—È߉«È‡À¡“–˙¡°—∫™π‘¥¢ÕßÕ“À“√À√◊Õ‰¡Ë
• √–¥—∫§«“¡√ÈÕπ‡À¡“–˙¡À√◊Õ‰¡Ë
◆ ª√–°“¬‰ø·≈–¡’‡˙’¬ß·§√Á°¿“¬„π‡µ“Õ∫ (‡°‘¥ª√–°“¬‰ø)
• „™È®“π∑’Ë¡’¢Õ∫‡ªÁπ‚≈À–À√◊Õ‰¡Ë
• «“ß˙ÈÕ¡À√◊Õ‡§√◊ËÕß„™È‚≈À–Õ◊ËπÊ ‰«È„π‡µ“Õ∫À√◊Õ‰¡Ë
• øÕ¬≈ÏÕ≈Ÿ¡‘‡π’¬¡Õ¬ŸË„°≈È°—∫ºπ—ߥȓπ„π‡°‘π‰ªÀ√◊Õ‰¡Ë
◆ ‡µ“Õ∫∑”„Àȇ°‘¥§≈◊Ëπ√∫°«π«‘∑¬ÿÀ√◊Õ‚∑√∑—»πÏ
• Õ“®‡°‘¥§≈◊Ëπ√∫°«π¢÷Èπ‡≈Á°πÈÕ¬°—∫‚∑√∑—»πÏÀ√◊Õ«‘∑¬ÿ‡¡◊ËÕ‡µ“Õ∫∑”ß“π
•
✉
√πË ÿ : M1827N
1. ‡≈◊Õ°√–¥—∫§«“¡√ÈÕπ‰¥È®π∂÷ß√–¥—∫˙Ÿß˙ÿ¥ ‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡
µßÈ— √–¥∫
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π (COOKING POWER CONTROL)
(√–¥∫
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π˙ߟ ˙¥
ÿ : 850 «µ
— µ)Ï
— (Time/ Weight)
2. ‡≈◊Õ°‡«≈“‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡ ‡«≈“/ π”È Àπ°
(
)
º≈: ‰ø‡µ“Õ∫®–˙«Ë“ߢ÷Èπ·≈–®“π‡√‘Ë¡À¡ÿπ
‡√‘Ë¡°“√∑”Õ“À“√·≈–‡¡◊ËÕ∑”Õ“À“√‡˙√Á®·≈È«
‡µ“Õ∫®–˙Ë߇˙’¬ß∫’Íæ˙’˧√—Èß
2) ‡¡◊ËÕ˙‘Èπ˙ÿ¥°“√∑”ß“π®–¡’˙—≠≠“≥‡˙’¬ß∫’Íæ 3 §√—Èß
(π“∑’≈–Àπ÷Ëߧ√—Èß)
3) ‡«≈“ª—®®ÿ∫—π®–ª√“°Ø¢÷ÈπÕ’°§√—Èß
1)
√πË ÿ : M1817N
1. ‡≈◊Õ°√–¥—∫§«“¡√ÈÕπ‰¥È®π∂÷ß√–¥—∫˙Ÿß˙ÿ¥ ‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡
µßÈ— √–¥∫
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π (COOKING POWER CONTROL)
(√–¥∫
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π˙ߟ ˙¥
ÿ : 850 «µ
— µ)Ï
´÷Ë߇ªÁπ‡√◊ËÕߪ°µ‘ ‡æ◊ËÕ·°Èª—≠À“π’È µ‘¥µ—È߇µ“Õ∫„ÀÈÀË“ß®“°‚∑√∑—»πÏ
«‘∑¬ÿ·≈–‡˙“Õ“°“»
À“°‰¡‚§√‚æ√‡´˙‡´Õ√Ï¢Õ߇µ“Õ∫µ√«®æ∫§≈◊Ëπ√∫°«π
Õ“®µÈÕßµ—È߮շ˙¥ßº≈„À¡Ë ‡æ◊ËÕ·°Èª—≠À“π’È
∂Õ¥ª≈—Í°‰ø·≈–‡˙’¬∫ª≈—Í°„À¡Ë µ—È߇«≈“Õ’°§√—Èß(M1827N)
2. ‡≈◊Õ°‡«≈“‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡ µßÈ— ‡«≈“ (TIMER)
º≈: ‰ø‡µ“Õ∫®–˙«Ë“ߢ÷Èπ·≈–®“π‡√‘Ë¡À¡ÿπ
À“°ªØ‘∫—µ‘µ“¡§”·π–π”¢È“ßµÈπ·≈È«‰¡Ë˙“¡“√∂·°Èª—≠À“‰¥È
‚ª√¥µ‘¥µËÕºŸÈ·∑π®”ÀπË“¬„π∑ÈÕß∂‘Ëπ¢Õß∑Ë“πÀ√◊ÕΩË“¬∫√‘°“√À≈—ß°“√
¢“¬¢Õß SAMSUNG
☛
À“È ¡°¥ªÿË¡∑”ß“π‡¡◊ËÕ‡µ“Õ∫«Ë“ß
✉
∑Ë“π˙“¡“√∂‡ª≈’ˬπ√–¥—∫§«“¡√ÈÕπ„π√–À«Ë“ß°“√∑”Õ“À“√‰¥È
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π (COOKING POWER
‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡ µßÈ — √–¥∫
CONTROL)
9
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TA
√–¥∫
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π
°“√À¬¥
ÿ ∑”Õ“À“√
∑Ë“π˙“¡“√∂‡≈◊Õ°√–¥—∫§«“¡√ÈÕπ‰¥Èµ“¡∑’Ë·˙¥ß√“¬°“√‰«È¥È“π≈Ë“ßπ’È
∑Ë“π˙“¡“√∂À¬ÿ¥∑”Õ“À“√‡¡◊ËÕ„¥°Á‰¥È‡æ◊ËÕ¥Ÿ≈—°…≥–Õ“À“√
√–¥∫
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π
°”≈ß— ‰ø
√πË ÿ : M1827N
˙Ÿß
ÕÿËπ
˙Ÿß√–¥—∫°≈“ß
°≈“ß
µË”√–¥—∫°≈“ß
≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áߥȫ¬µπ‡Õß( ) :M1817N
≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áߥȫ¬§«“¡√ÈÕπÕ—µ‚π¡—µ‘( ) :M1827N
µË”/ÕÿËπ
850 «—µµÏ
700 «—µµÏ
600 «—µµÏ
450 «—µµÏ
300 «—µµÏ
180 «—µµÏ
180 «—µµÏ
100 «—µµÏ
✉
À“°‡≈◊Õ°√–¥—∫§«“¡√ÈÕπ˙Ÿß¢÷È𠇫≈“∑”Õ“À“√®–µÈÕß≈¥≈ß
✉
À“°‡≈◊Õ°√–¥—∫§«“¡√ÈÕπµË”≈ß ‡«≈“∑”Õ“À“√®–µÈÕ߇æ‘Ë¡¢÷Èπ
1. À“°µÈÕß°“√À¬ÿ¥™—Ë«§√“« ‡ª‘¥Ω“ÕÕ°
º≈: ‡§√◊ËÕß®–À¬ÿ¥∑”ß“π À“°µÈÕß°“√∑”Õ“À“√µËÕ
„ÀȪ‘¥ª√–µŸ‡µ“Õ∫
2. À“°µÈÕß°“√À¬ÿ¥°“√∑”ß“π∑—ÈßÀ¡¥
„ÀÈÀ¡ÿπªÿË¡ ‡«≈“/ π”È Àπ°— (Time/ Weight)(
)
‰ª¥È“π´È“¬;
“0” ®–ª√“°Ø¢÷Èπ
√πË ÿ : M1817N
1. À“°µÈÕß°“√À¬ÿ¥™—Ë«§√“« ‡ª‘¥Ω“ÕÕ°
º≈: ‡§√◊ËÕß®–À¬ÿ¥∑”ß“π À“°µÈÕß°“√∑”Õ“À“√µËÕ
„ÀȪ‘¥ª√–µŸ‡µ“Õ∫
2. À“°µÈÕß°“√À¬ÿ¥°“√∑”ß“π∑—ÈßÀ¡¥
„ÀÈÀ¡ÿπªÿË¡ ;
µßÈ— ‡«≈“ (TIMER) ‰ª∑’Ë “0”
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°“√ª√∫
— ‡«≈“∑”Õ“À“√
°“√≈–≈“¬π”È ·¢ßÁ „πÕ“À“√¥«È ¬µπ‡Õß (M1817N)
√πË ÿ : M1827N
§ÿ≥˙¡∫—µ‘≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áߥȫ¬µπ‡Õß (Manual Defrost)
∑”„ÀÈ˙“¡“√∂≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áß„π‡π◊ÈÕ ‡π◊ÈÕ˙—µ«Ïª’° ‡π◊ÈÕª≈“ À√◊Õº≈‰¡È‰¥È
°ËÕπÕ◊Ëπ „ÀÈ«“ßÕ“À“√·™Ë·¢Á߉«È°≈“ß®“πÀ¡ÿπ ·≈–ª‘¥ª√–µŸ‡µ“Õ∫
ª√—∫‡«≈“°“√∑”Õ“À“√∑’ˇÀ≈◊Õ‰¥È‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡ ‡«≈“/ π”È Àπ°—
(Time/ Weight) (
)
À¡ÿπªÿË¡‰ª∑“ߢ«“À√◊Õ´È“¬‡æ◊ËÕ‡æ‘Ë¡‡«≈“∑”Õ“À“√„π
√–À«Ë“ß°“√∑”Õ“À“√
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π (COOKING POWER
1. À¡ÿπªÿË¡ µßÈ— √–¥∫
CONTROL) ‰ª∑’Ë˙—≠≈—°…≥Ï≈–≈“¬π”È ·¢ßÁ ¥«È ¬µπ‡Õß
(Manual Defrost) ( )
√πË ÿ : M1817N
2. À¡ÿπªÿË¡ µßÈ— ‡«≈“ (TIMER) ‡æ◊ËÕ‡≈◊Õ°‡«≈“∑’ˇÀ¡“–˙¡
º≈: ‡√‘Ë¡°“√≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áß
ª√—∫‡«≈“°“√∑”Õ“À“√∑’ˇÀ≈◊Õ‰¥È‚¥¬À¡ÿπªÿË¡
µßÈ— ‡«≈“ (TIMER)
☛
☛
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„™È¿“™π–∑’Ë„™È°—∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø‰¥È‡∑Ë“π—Èπ
‡≈◊Õ°ø—ß°Ï™—π°“√≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áߥȫ¬µπ‡Õß (Manual Defrosting)
∑’Ë¡’√–¥—∫§«“¡√ÈÕπ 180 «—µµÏ
À“°∑Ë“πµÈÕß°“√≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áß„πÕ“À“√¥È«¬µπ‡Õß
‚ª√¥¥ŸÀ—«¢ÈÕ°“√≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áߥȫ¬µπ‡Õß·≈–‡«≈“
„π°“√≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áß (‡©æ“–√ÿËπ M1817N ‡∑Ë“π—Èπ)
„πÀπÈ“ 18 ‡æ◊ËÕ∑√“∫√“¬≈–‡Õ’¬¥‡æ‘Ë¡‡µ‘¡
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°“√„™§
È ≥
ÿ ˙¡∫µ
— ≈‘ –≈“¬π”È ·¢ßÁ ¥«È ¬§«“¡√ÕÈ π
Õµ
— ‚π¡µ
— ‘ (M1827N)
°“√„™§
È ≥
ÿ ˙¡∫µ
— Õ‘ π
Ëÿ ∑π
— ∑(’ M1817N)
¢—Èπ·√° «“ßÕ“À“√‰«Èµ√ß°≈“ß®“πÀ¡ÿπ·≈–ª‘¥Ω“
TA
§ÿ≥˙¡∫—µ‘≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áߥȫ¬§«“¡√ÈÕπÕ—µ‚π¡—µ‘ (Auto Defrosting)
∑”„ÀÈ˙“¡“√∂≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áß„π‡π◊ÈÕ ‡π◊ÈÕ˙—µ«Ïª’° À√◊Õ‡π◊ÈÕª≈“‰¥È °ËÕπÕ◊Ëπ
„ÀÈ«“ßÕ“À“√∑’Ë·™Ë·¢Á߉«È°≈“ß®“πÀ¡ÿπ ·≈–ª‘¥ª√–µŸ‡µ“Õ∫
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π (COOKING POWER
1. À¡ÿπªÿË¡ µßÈ— √–¥∫
CONTROL) ‰ª∑’Ë˙—≠≈—°…≥Ï
≈–≈“¬π”È ·¢ßÁ ¥«È ¬§«“¡√ÕÈ πÕµ
— ‚π¡µ
— ‘ (Auto Defrost)(
— (Time/ Weight) (
2. À¡ÿπªÿË¡ ‡«≈“/ π”È Àπ°
— §«“¡√ÕÈ π (COOKING POWER
1. À¡ÿπªÿË¡ µßÈ— √–¥∫
CONTROL) ‰ª∑’˧«“¡√ÈÕπ˙Ÿß˙ÿ¥
2. À¡ÿπªÿË¡ µßÈ — ‡«≈“ (TIMER) ‡æ◊ËÕ‡≈◊Õ°°“√ÕÿËπ∑—π∑’ (Instant
Reheat)
)
(‡§√◊ËÕߥ◊Ë¡À√◊Õ´ÿª/´Õ˙ º—°˙¥)
)
‡æ◊ËÕ‡≈◊Õ°πÈ”Àπ—°∑’ˇÀ¡“–˙¡
º≈: ‰ø¢Õ߇µ“Õ∫®–˙«Ë“ߢ÷Èπ·≈–®“π‡√‘Ë¡À¡ÿπ
1) ‡√‘Ë¡°“√∑”Õ“À“√ ·≈–‡¡◊ËÕ∑”Õ“À“√‡˙√Á®·≈È«
‡µ“Õ∫®–˙Ë߇˙’¬ß∫’Íæ˙’˧√—Èß
2) ‡¡◊ËÕ˙‘Èπ˙ÿ¥°“√∑”ß“π®–¡’˙—≠≠“≥‡˙’¬ß∫’Íæ 3 §√—Èß
(π“∑’≈–Àπ÷Ëߧ√—Èß)
3) ‡«≈“ª—®®ÿ∫—π®–ª√“°Ø¢÷ÈπÕ’°§√—Èß
✉
✉
°“√µßÈ— Õπ
Ëÿ ∑π
— ∑(’ M1817N)
π’˧◊Õ‡§≈Á¥≈—∫·≈–§”·π–π”∫“ߪ√–°“√„ÀÈ
ªØ‘∫—µ‘µ“¡‡¡◊ËÕ∑”Õ“À“√À√◊ÕÕÿËπÕ“À“√¥È«¬§ÿ≥˙¡∫—µ‘ÕÿËπ∑—π∑’ (Instant
Reheat) ·≈–∑”Õ“À“√ (Cooking)
„™È¿“™π–∑’Ë„™È°—∫‡µ“‰¡‚§√‡«ø‰¥È‡∑Ë“π—Èπ
°“√µßÈ— §“Ë ≈–≈“¬π”È ·¢ßÁ ¥«È ¬§«“¡√ÕÈ πÕµ
— ‚π¡µ
— ‘
˙≠
— ≈°— …≥Ï
(M1827N)
π”«—˙¥ÿ∫√√®ÿ¿—≥±Ï∑ÿ°™π‘¥ÕÕ°°ËÕπ≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áß
«“ßÕ“À“√·™Ë·¢Á߉«È∫π®“πÀ¡ÿπ
æ≈‘°°≈—∫Õ“À“√‡¡◊ËÕ¡’‡˙’¬ß∫’Í殓°‡µ“Õ∫
√—°…“‡«≈“ª≈Ëլ旰„ÀÈ˙—¡æ—π∏Ï°—πÀ≈—ß®“°‡˙√Á®˙‘Èπ°“√
≈–≈“¬πÈ”·¢Áߥȫ¬§«“¡√ÈÕπÕ—µ‚π¡—µ‘ (Auto Defrosting)
Õ“À“√
ª√¡‘ “≥
‡«≈“ª≈ÕË ¬æ°— §”·π–π”
‡π◊ÈÕ˙—µ«Ï
200-1500 °. 20-60 π“∑’
‡π◊ÈÕ˙—µ«Ïª’° 200-1500 °. 20-60 π“∑’
200-1500 °. 20-50 π“∑’
‡π◊ÈÕª≈“
„™È¿“™π–∑’Ë„™È°—∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø‰¥È‡∑Ë“π—Èπ
ÀËÕ¢Õ∫‰«È¥È«¬Õ≈Ÿ¡‘‡π’¬¡øÕ¬≈Ï
æ≈‘°Õ“À“√°≈—∫‡¡◊ËÕ¡’‡˙’¬ß∫’Í殓°‡µ“Õ∫
12
Õ“À“√
¢π“¥‡˙√‘ ø
Ï
‡«≈“∑”Õ“À“√
‡«≈“ª≈ÕË ¬æ°—
‡§√◊ËÕߥ◊Ë¡
150 ¡≈.
1 π“∑’ 5 «‘π“∑’
1 - 2 π“∑’
´ÿª/ ´Õ˙
(·™Ë‡¬Áπ)
200-250 ¡≈.
2 π“∑’ 30 «‘π“∑’ 2 - 3 π“∑’
º—°˙¥
300-350 °.
6 π“∑’ 20 «‘π“∑’ 3 π“∑’
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§”·π–𔇰¬Ë’ «°∫
— ¿“™π–∑„Ë’ ™∑
È ”Õ“À“√
„π°“√∑”Õ“À“√¥È«¬‡µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø
§≈◊Ëπ‰¡‚§√‡«ø®–µÈÕß˙“¡“√∂ºË“πÕ“À“√‰¥È
‚¥¬®“π∑’Ë„™È®–µÈÕ߉¡Ë˙–∑ÈÕπ°≈—∫À√◊Õ¥Ÿ¥´—∫§≈◊Ëπ‰«È
¥—ßπ—Èπ®÷ßµÈÕß„™È§«“¡√–¡—¥√–«—ß„π°“√‡≈◊Õ°¿“™π–∑’Ë„™È∑”Õ“À“√
§«√‡≈◊Õ°¿“™π–∑’Ë„™È∑”Õ“À“√∑’Ë¡’‡§√◊ËÕßÀ¡“¬·˙¥ß«Ë“
„™È‰¥È°—∫‡µ“Õ∫‰¡‚§√‡«ø‡∑Ë“π—Èπ
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M1827N_17N_GB.fm Page 1 Wednesday, December 26, 2001 9:46 AM
MICROWAVE OVEN
Owner’s Instructions and Cooking Guide
M1827N / M1817N
Quick Look-up Guide ................................................................2
Oven..........................................................................................3
Accessories ...............................................................................3
Control Panel.............................................................................4
Using this Instruction Booklet....................................................5
Safety Precautions ....................................................................6
Installing Your Microwave oven ................................................7
Setting the Time(M1827N) ........................................................7
How a Microwave Oven Works.................................................8
Checking that Your Oven is Operating Correctly ......................8
What to Do if You are in Doubt or Have a Problem ..................9
Cooking / Reheating..................................................................9
Power Levels...........................................................................10
Stopping the Cooking..............................................................10
Adjusting the Cooking Time ....................................................11
Manual Defrosting of Food(M1817N)......................................11
Using the Auto Defrosting Feature(M1827N)..........................12
Auto Defrost Settings(M1827N) ..............................................12
Using the Instant Reheat Feature(M1817N) ...........................12
Instant Reheat Settings(M1817N)...........................................12
Cookware Guide .....................................................................13
Cooking Guide ........................................................................14
Cleaning Your Microwave Oven .............................................19
Storing and Repairing Your Microwave Oven.........................20
Technical Specifications..........................................................20
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Quick Look-up Guide
GB
Model : M1827N
If you want to cook some food
Model : M1817N
If you want to cook some food
1. Place the food in the oven.
Select the power level by rotating the COOKING POWER
CONTROL knob.
1. Place the food in the oven.
Select the power level by rotating the COOKING POWER
CONTROL knob.
2. Select the cooking time by rotating the Time/Weight
(
) dial.
Cooking starts after about two seconds.
Result :
2. Select the cooking time by rotating the TIMER knob.
If you want to auto defrost some food
If you want to defrost some food
1. Turn the COOKING POWER CONTROL knob to the Auto
Defrost( )symbol.
1. Turn the COOKING POWER CONTROL knob to the
Manual Defrost( ) symbol.
2. Turn the Time/Weight(
) dial to select the
appropriate weight.
Cooking starts after about two seconds.
Result :
2. Turn the TIMER knob to select the appropriate time.
If you want to adjust the cooking time
Leave the food in the oven.
Turn the Time/Weight(
If you want to adjust the cooking time
) dial to the desired time.
1. Leave the food in the oven.
Turn the TIMER knob to desired time.
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Oven
Accessories
Model : M1827N
Depending on the model that you have purchased, you are supplied
with several accessories that can be used in a variety of ways.
VENTILATION HOLES
LIGHT
DOOR HANDLE
TIME/WEIGHT
DIAL
1. Coupler, already placed over the motor shaft in the base
of the oven.
Purpose: The coupler rotates the turntable.
2. Roller ring, to be placed in the centre of the oven.
Purpose: The roller ring supports the turntable.
3. Turntable, to be placed on the roller ring with the centre
fitting to the coupler.
Purpose: The turntable serves as the main cooking
surface; it can be easily removed for cleaning.
DOOR
TURN TABLE
ROLLER RING
COUPLER
DOOR LATCHES
VARIABLE
COOKING POWER
CONTROL KNOB
☛
SAFETY INTERLOCK
HOLES
Model : M1817N
VENTILATION HOLES
DOOR
LIGHT
DOOR HANDLE
TIMER KNOB
VARIABLE COOKING
POWER CONTROL
KNOB
SAFETY
ROLLER RING INTERLOCK
HOLES
COUPLER
TURNTABLE
DOOR LATCHES
3
DO NOT operate the microwave oven without the roller ring and
turntable.
GB
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Control Panel
GB
Model :M1827N
Model : M1817N
1
1
3
4
2
2
3
4
5
1. DISPLAY
2. CLOCK SETTING BUTTON
3. AUTO DEFROST
4. TIME/WEIGHT DIAL
5. VARIABLE COOKING POWER
CONTROL KNOB
1. MANUAL DEFROST
2. INSTANT REHEAT
3. VARIABLE COOKING POWER
CONTROL KNOB
4. TIMER KNOB
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Using this Instruction Booklet
You have just purchased a SAMSUNG microwave oven. Your Owner’s
Instructions contain much valuable information on cooking with your
microwave oven:
• Safety precautions
• Suitable accessories and cookware
• Useful cooking tips
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY
Failure to observe the following safety precautions may result in harmful
exposure to microwave energy.
(a) Under no circumstances should any attempt be made to operate the oven with
the door open or to tamper with the safety interlocks (door latches) or to insert
anything into the safety interlock holes.
(b) Do not place any object between the oven door and front face or allow food or
cleaner residues to accumulate on sealing surfaces. Ensure that the door and
door sealing surfaces are kept clean by wiping after use first with a damp cloth
and then with a soft dry cloth.
(c) Do not operate the oven if it is damaged until it has been repaired by a
qualified microwave service technician trained by the manufacturer. It is
particularly important that the oven door closes properly and that there is no
damage to the:
(1) Door, door seals and sealing surfaces
(2) Door hinges (broken or loose)
(3) Power cable
(d) The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone other than a properly
qualified microwave service technician trained by the manufacturer.
Inside the cover you will find a quick look-up guide explaining three
basic cooking operations:
• Cooking food
• Defrosting food
• Adding extra cooking time
At the front of the booklet you will find illustrations of the oven, and
more importantly the control panel, so that you can find the buttons
more easily.
The step-by-step procedures use three different symbols.
☛
✉
Importante
Nota
Turn
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Safety Precautions
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•
•
Important Safety Instructions.
Read Carefully and keep for future reference.
Before cooking food or liquids in your microwave oven, please check
that the following safety precautions are taken.
1. DO NOT use any metallic cookware in the microwave oven:
• Metallic containers
• Dinnerware with gold or silver trimmings
• Skewers, forks, etc.
Reason: Electric arcing or sparking may occur and may damage the oven.
2. DO NOT heat:
• Airtight or vacuum-sealed bottles, jars, containers
Ex) Baby food jars
• Airtight food.
Ex) Eggs, nuts in shells, tomatoes
Reason: The increase in pressure may cause them to explode.
Tip:
Remove lids and pierce skins, bags, etc.
3. DO NOT operate the microwave oven when it is empty.
Reason: The oven walls may be damaged.
Tip:
Leave a glass of water inside the oven at all times.
The water will absorb the microwaves if you accidentally set the
oven going when it is empty.
4. DO NOT cover the rear ventilation slots with cloths or paper.
Reason: The cloths or paper may catch fire as hot air is evacuated from the
oven.
5. ALWAYS use oven gloves when removing a dish from the oven.
Reason: Some dishes absorb microwaves and heat is always transferred
from the food to the dish.The dishes are therefore hot.
6. DO NOT touch heating elements or interior oven walls.
Reason: These walls may be hot enough to burn even after cooking has
finished, even though they do not appear to be so. Do not allow
inflammable materials to come into contact with any interior area of
the oven. Let the oven cool down first.
7. To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity:
• Do not store flammable materials in the oven
• Remove wire twist ties from paper or plastic bags
• Do not use your microwave oven to dry newspapers
• If smoke is observed, keep the oven door closed and switch off or
disconnect the oven from the power supply
8. Take particular care when heating liquids and baby foods.
• ALWAYS allow a standing time of at least 20 seconds after the oven has
been switched off so that the temperature can equalize.
• Stir during heating, if necessary, and ALWAYS stir after heating.
• Take care when handling the container after heating. You may burn
yourself if the container is too hot.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
A risk of delayed eruptive boiling exists.
To prevent delayed boiling and possible scalding, you should put a plastic
spoon or glass stick into the beverages and stir before, during and after
heating.
Reason: During the heating of liquids the boiling point can be delayed; this
means that eruptive boiling can start after the container is removed
from the oven. You may scald yourself.
• In the event of scalding, follow these FIRST AID instructions:
* Immerse the scalded area in cold water for at least 10 minutes.
* Cover with a clean, dry dressing.
* Do not apply any creams, oils or lotions.
• NEVER fill the container to the top and choose a container that is wider at
the top than at the bottom to prevent the liquid from boiling over. Bottles
with narrow necks may also explode if overheated.
• ALWAYS check the temperature of baby food or milk before giving it to
the baby.
• NEVER heat a baby’s bottle with the teat on, as the bottle may explode if
overheated.
Be careful not to damage the power cable.
• Do not immerse the power cable or plug in water and keep the power
cable away from heated surfaces.
• Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged power cable or plug.
Stand at arm’s length from the oven when opening the door.
Reason: The hot air or steam released may cause scalding.
Keep the inside of the oven clean.
Reason: Food particles or spattered oils stuck to oven walls or floor can
cause paint damage and reduce the efficiency of the oven.
You may notice a “Clicking” sound during operation(especially when the oven
is defrosting).
Reason: This sound is normal when the electrical power output is changing.
When the microwave oven is operating without any load, the power will be cut
off automati-cally for safety. You can operate normally after letting it stand for
over 30 minutes.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
During cooking, you should look into the oven from time to time when food is
being heated or cooked in disposable containers of plastic, paper or other
combustible materials.
IMPORTANT
Young children should NEVER be allowed to use or play with the microwave
oven. Nor should they be left unattended near the microwave oven when it is in
use. Items of interest to children should not be stored or hidden just above the
oven.
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Installing Your Microwave oven
Setting the Time(M1827N)
Place the oven on a flat, level surface that strong that is enough to
safely bear the weight of the oven.
Your microwave oven has an inbuilt clock. The time can be displayed
in either the 24-hour or 12-hour notation. You must set the clock:
• When you first install your microwave oven
• After a power failure
20cm
above
10cm
behind
10cm
of the side
1. When you install your oven, make sure there is adequate
ventilation for your oven by leaving at least 10 cm (4
inches) of space behind and, on the sides of the oven
and 20 cm (8 inches) of space above.
✉
2. Remove all packing materials inside the oven.
Install the roller ring and turntable.
Check that the turntable rotates freely.
1. To display the time in the...Then press the
24-hour notation
Once
12-hour notation
Twice
3. This microwave oven has to be positioned so that plug is
accessible.
☛
☛
☛
Do not forget to reset the clock when you switch to and from
summer or winter time.
2. Turn the Time/Weight(
button...
) dial to set the hour.
Never block the air vents as the oven may overheat and
automatically switch itself off. It will remain inoperable until it has
cooled sufficiently.
For your personal safety, plug the cable into a 3-pin, 230 Volt,
50Hz, AC earthed socket. If the power cable of this appliance is
damaged, it must be replaced by a special cable (I-SHENG
SP022, KDK KKP4819D, EUROELECTRIC 3410, SAMIL SP106B, MOONSUNG EP-48E, HIGH PROJECT H.P 3). Contact
your local dealer to have it replaced. The power cable of ISRAEL
is PENCON(ZD16A), S/AFRICA APEX LEADS SA16 and
NIGERIA, GHANA, KENYA and U.A.E is PENCON(UD13A1).
Do not install the microwave oven in hot or damp surroundings
like next to a traditional oven or radiator. The power supply
specifications of the oven must be respected and any extension
cable used must be of the same standard as the power cable
supplied with the oven. Wipe the interior and the door seal with a
damp cloth before using your microwave oven for the first time.
3. Press the
button.
4. Turn the Time/Weight(
5. Press the
7
button.
) dial to set the minute.
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How a Microwave Oven Works
Checking that Your Oven is Operating Correctly
Microwaves are high-frequency electromagnetic waves; the energy
released enables food to be cooked or reheated without changing
either the form or the colour.
The following simple procedure enables you to check that your oven is
work-ing correctly at all times.
First, place a bowl of water on the turntable. Then, close the door.
You can use your microwave oven to:
• Defrost
• Cook
• Reheat
Model : M1827N
1. Select the power level to maximum by turning the
COOKING POWER CONTROL knob.
Cooking Principle
1. The microwaves generated by the magnetron are
distributed uniformly as the food rotates on the
turntable. The food is thus cooked evenly.
2. Select the time 4 to 5 minutes by turning the Time/Weight
(
) dial.
The water should then be boiling.
Cooking starts after about two seconds.
Result :
2. The microwaves are absorbed by the food up to a
depth of about 1 inch (2.5 cm). Cooking then
continues as the heat is dissipated within the food.
3. Cooking times vary according to the recipient used
and the properties of the food:
• Quantity and density
• Water content
• Initial temperature (refrigerated or not)
☛
Model :M1817N
1. Select the power level to maximum by turning COOKING
POWER CONTROL knob.
2. Select the time 4 to 5 minutes by turning the TIMER knob.
The water should then be boiling.
As the centre of the food is cooked by heat dissipation, cooking
continues even when you have taken the food out of the oven.
Standing times specified in recipes and in this booklet must
therefore be respected to ensure:
• Even cooking of the food right to the centre
• The same temperature throughout the food
✉
8
The oven must be plugged into an appropriate wall socket. The
turntable must be in position in the oven. If a power level other
than the maximum is used, the water takes longer to boil.
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What to Do if You are in Doubt or Have a
Problem
Cooking / Reheating
The following procedure explains how to cook or reheat food.
ALWAYS check your cooking settings before leaving the oven
unattended.
If you have any of the problems listed below try the solutions given.
◆ This is normal.
• Condensation inside the oven
• Air flow around the door and outer casing
• Light reflection around the door and outer casing
• Steam escaping from around the door or vents
First, place the food in the centre of the turntable. Then, close the
door.
Model : M1827N
◆ The oven does not start when you turn the Time/Weight(
dial.(M1827N)
• Is the door completely closed?
)
1. Select the power level to maximum by turning COOKING
POWER CONTROL knob.
(MAXIMUM POWER : 850 W)
◆ The oven does not start when you turn the TIMER knob.(M1817N)
• Is the door completely closed?
2. Select the time by turning the Time / Weight(
) dial.
Result :
The oven light comes on and the turntable
starts rotating.
1) Cooking starts and when it has finished the
oven beeps four times.
2) The end reminder signal will beep 3 times
(once every minute).
3) The current time is displayed again.
◆ The food is not cooked at all
• Have you set the timer correctly and/or turn the Time/Weight(
)
dial.(M1827N)
• Have you set the timer correctly?(M1817N)
• Is the door closed?
• Have you overloaded the electric circuit and caused a fuse to blow or a
breaker to be triggered?
Model : M1817N
◆ The food is either overcooked or undercooked
• Was the appropriate cooking length set for the type of food?
• Was an appropriate power level chosen?
1. Select the power level to maximum by turning COOKING
POWER CONTROL knob.
(MAXIMUM POWER: 850 W)
◆ Sparking and cracking occur inside the oven (arcing)
• Have you used a dish with metal trimmings?
• Have you left a fork or other metal utensil inside the oven?
• Is aluminium foil too close to the inside walls?
2. Select the time by turning TIMER knob.
Result :
The oven light comes on and the turntable
starts rotating.
◆ The oven causes interference with radios or televisions
• Slight interference may be observed on televisions or radios when the
oven is operating. This is normal.To solve this problem, install the oven
away from televisions, radios and aerials.
• If interference is detected by the oven’s microprocessor, the display may
be reset.To solve this problem, disconnect the power plug and reconnect
it. Reset the time.(M1827N)
✉
☛
✉
If the above guidelines do not enable you to solve the problem,
contact your local dealer or SAMSUNG after-sales service.
9
Never switch the microwave oven on when it is empty.
You can change the power level during cooking by turning the
COOKING POWER CONTROL knob.
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Power Levels
Stopping the Cooking
You can choose any of the power levels listed below.
You can stop cooking at any time to check the food.
Power Level
Output
Model : M1827N
HIGH
REHEAT
MEDIUM HIGH
MEDIUM
MEDIUM LOW
MANUAL DEFROST( ) : M1817N
AUTO DEFROST( ) : M1827N
LOW / KEEP WARM
850 W
700 W
600 W
450 W
300 W
180 W
180 W
100 W
✉
If you select higher power level, the cooking time must be
decreased.
✉
If you select lower power level, the cooking time must be
increased.
1. To stop temporarily;
Open the door.
Result :
Cooking stops. To resume cooking, close the
door.
2. To stop Completely;
Turn the Time / Weight(
“0” will be displayed.
) dial to the left.
Model : M1817N
1. To stop temporarily;
Open the door.
Result :
Cooking stops. To resume cooking, close the
door.
2. To stop Completely;
Turn the TIMER knob to “0”.
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Adjusting the Cooking Time
Manual Defrosting of Food(M1817N)
Model : M1827N
The Manual Defrost feature enables you to defrost meat, poultry fish
or fruit. First, place the frozen food in the centre of the turntable and
close the door.
Adjust the remaining cooking time by rotating the Time /
Weight (
) dial.
Turn the dial right or left to increase the cooking time of your
food during the cooking process.
1. Turn the COOKING POWER CONTROL knob to the
Manual Defrost( ) symbol.
Model : M1817N
2. Turn the TIMER knob to select the appropriate time.
Defrosting begins.
Result :
Adjust the remaining cooking time by rotating the TIMER
knob.
☛
☛
11
Use only recipients that are microwave-safe.
Select the Manual Defrosting function with a power level of 180W
if you want to defrost food manually. For further details on manual
defrosting and defrosting time, refer to the page 18 (M1817N
only).
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Using the Auto Defrosting Feature(M1827N)
GB
Using the Instant Reheat Feature(M1817N)
The Auto Defrost feature enables you to defrost meat, poultry or fish.
First, place the food in the center of the turntable and close the door.
First, place the frozen food in the centre of the turntable and close the
door.
1. Turn the COOKING POWER CONTROL knob to Max.
Power.
1. Turn the COOKING POWER CONTROL knob to the Auto
Defrost( ) symbol.
2. Turn the TIMER knob to select Instant Reheat.
(drinks or soup/sauce, fresh vegetables).
2. Turn the Timer/Weight(
) dial select the appropriate
weight.
The oven light comes on and the turntable
Result :
starts rotating.
1) Cooking starts and when it has finished the
oven beeps four times.
2) The end reminder signal will beep 3 times
(once every minute).
3) The current time is displayed again.
✉
✉
Use only recipients that are microwave-safe.
Instant Reheat Settings(M1817N)
Use only recipients that are microwave-safe.
Here are a few tips and recommendations to be followed when cooking
or reheating food with the Instant Reheat and Cooking Feature.
Auto Defrost Settings(M1827N)
Symbols
Food
Serving Size
Cooking Time
Standing Time
Drinks
150 ml
1 min 5 sec
1 - 2 mins
Soup/Sauce
(chilled)
200-250 ml
2 min 30 sec
2 - 3 mins
Turn the food over when the oven beeps.
Keep the corresponding standing time after Auto Defrosting has
finished.
Fresh
vegetables
300-350 g
6 min 20 sec
3 mins
Remove all kinds of packaging material before defrosting.
Place the frozen foods on a turntable.
Food
Portion
Standing
Time
Meat
Poultry
Fish
200-1500g 20-60 min
200-1500g 20-60 min
200-1500g 20-50 min
Recommendation
Shield the edges with aluminium foil.
Turn the food over when the oven
beeps.
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Cookware Guide
To cook food in the microwave oven, the microwaves must be able to
penetrate the food, without being reflected or absorbed by the dish
used.
Metal
•
•
Care must therefore be taken when choosing the cookware. If the
cookware is marked microwave-safe, you do not need to worry.
Paper
•
The following table lists various types of cookware and indicates
whether and how they should be used in a microwave oven.
Cookware
Aluminium foil
✓✗
Can be used in small quantities to
protect areas against overcooking.
Arcing can occur if the foil is too close
to the oven wall or if too much foil is
used.
Browning plate
✓
Do not preheat for more than eight
minutes.
China and earthenware
✓
Porcelain, pottery, glazed earthenware
and bone china are usually suitable,
unless decorated with a metal trim.
Disposable polyester
cardboard dishes
Fast-food packaging
• Polystyrene cups
containers
•
•
Paper bags or
newspaper
Recycled paper or
metal trims
Glassware
• Oven-to-table
ware
• Fine glassware
•
Glass jars
•
Microwave- Comments
Safe
✓
✓
✗
✗
May cause arcing.
✓
Can be used, unless decorated with a
metal trim.
Can be used to warm foods or liquids.
Delicate glass may break or crack if
heated suddenly.
Must remove the lid. Suitable for
warming only.
✓
✓
Dishes
Freezer bag twist
ties
✗
✗
May cause arcing or fire.
Plates, cups,
napkins and
Kitchen paper
Recycled paper
✓
For short cooking times and warming.
Also to absorb excess moisture.
✗
May cause arcing.
✓
Particularly if heat-resistant
thermoplastic. Some other plastics
may warp or discolour at high
temperatures. Do not use Melamine
plastic.
Can be used to retain moisture. Should
not touch the food. Take care when
removing the film as hot steam will
escape.
Only if boilable or oven-proof. Should
not be airtight. Prick with a fork, if
necessary.
Plastic
• Containers
Some frozen foods are packaged in
these dishes.
Can be used to warm food.
Overheating may cause the
polystyrene to melt.
May catch fire.
GB
•
Cling film
✓
•
Freezer bags
✓✗
Wax or grease-proof paper
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✓
Can be used to retain moisture and
prevent spattering.
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Cooking Guide
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MICROWAVES
Cooking Guide for frozen vegetables
Microwave energy actually penetrates food, attracted and absorbed by its water,
fat and sugar content.
The microwaves cause the molecules in the food to move rapidly. The rapid
movement of these molecules creates friction and the resulting heat cooks the
food.
Use a suitable glass pyrex bowl with lid. Cook covered for the minimum time - see
table. Continue cooking to get the result you prefer.
Stir twice during cooking and once after cooking. Add salt, herbs or butter after
cooking. Cover during standing time.
.
Food
Portion.
Power
COOKING
Cookware for microwave cooking:
Cookware must allow microwave energy to pass through it for maximum
efficiency. Microwaves are reflected by metal, such as stainless steel, aluminium
and copper, but they can penetrate through ceramic, glass, porcelain and plastic
as well as paper and wood. So food must never be cooked in metal containers.
Foods suitable for microwave cooking:
Many kinds of food are suitable for microwave cooking, including fresh or frozen
vegetables, fruit, pasta, rice, grains, beans, fish, and meat. Sauces, custard,
soups, steamed puddings, preserves, and chutneys can also be cooked in a
microwave oven. Generally speaking, microwave cooking is ideal for any food
that would normally be prepared on a hob. Melting butter or chocolate, for
example (see the chapter with tips, techniques and hints).
Covering during cooking
To cover the food during cooking is very important, as the evaporated water rises
as steam and contributes to cooking process.
Food can be covered in different ways: e.g. with a ceramic plate, plastic cover or
microwave suitable cling film.
Standing times
After cooking is over food the standing time is important to allow the temperature
to even out within the food.
14
Time
(min.)
Standing Instructions
Time (min.)
Spinach
150g
600W
5-6
2-3
Add 15 ml
(1 tablespoon)
cold water.
Broccoli
300g
600W
8½-9½
2-3
Add 15 ml (1 tbsp.)
cold water.
Peas
300g
600W
7½-8½
2-3
Add 15 ml (1 tbsp.)
cold water.
Green
Beans
300g
600W
9-10
2-3
Add 15 ml (1 tbsp.)
cold water.
Mixed
Vegetables
(carrots/
peas/corn)
300g
600W
7½-8½
2-3
Add 15 ml (1 tbsp.)
cold water.
Mixed
Vegetables
(Chinese
style)
300g
600W
8-9
2-3
Add 15 ml (1 tbsp.)
cold water.
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Cooking Guide(continued)
Cooking Guide for fresh vegetables
Cooking Guide for rice and pasta
Use a suitable glass pyrex bowl with lid. Add 30-45 ml cold water (2-3 tbsp.) for
every 250 g unless another water quantity is recommended - see table. Cook
covered for the minimum time - see table. Continue cooking to get the result you
prefer. Stir once during and once after cooking. Add salt, herbs or butter after
cooking. Cover during a standing time of 3 minutes.
Hint:
Cut the fresh vegetables into even sized pieces. The smaller they
are cut, the quicker they will cook.
Rice:
Use a large glass pyrex bowl with lid - rice doubles in volume during
cooking. Cook covered.
After the cooking time is over, stir before standing time and salt or
add herbs and butter.
Remark: the rice may not have absorbed all water after the cooking
time is finished.
Pasta:
Use a large glass pyrex bowl. Add boiling water, a pinch of salt and
stir well. Cook uncovered.
Stir occasionally during and after cooking. Cover during standing
time and drain thoroughly afterwards.
All fresh vegetables should be cooked using full microwave power (850 W).
Food
Portion Time
(min.)
Standing Instructions
Time
(min.)
Broccoli
250g
500g
4-4½
7½-8
3
Prepare even sized florets. Arrange the
stems to the centre.
Brussels
Sprouts
250g
5½-6½
3
Carrots
250g
4½-5
Cauliflower 250g
500g
5-5½
8½-9
Food
Portion Power
Time
(min.)
Add 60-75 ml (5-6 tbsp.) water.
White Rice
(parboiled)
250g
850W
16½-17½
5
Add 500 ml cold water.
3
Cut carrots into even sized slices.
250g
850W
21½-22½
5
Add 500 ml cold water.
3
Prepare even sized florets. Cut big
florets into halves. Arrange stems to the
centre.
Brown Rice
(parboiled)
Courgettes 250g
3½-4
3
Cut courgettes into slices. Add 30 ml (2
tbsp.) water or a knob of butter. Cook
until just tender.
Egg Plants
3½-4
3
Cut egg plants into small slices and
sprinkle with 1 tablespoon lemon juice.
Leeks
250g
GB
250g
4½-5
3
Cut leeks into thick slices.
Mushrooms 125g
250g
1½-2
3-3½
3
Prepare small whole or sliced
mushrooms. Do not add any water.
Sprinkle with lemon juice. Spice with
salt and pepper. Drain before serving.
Onions
250g
5½-6
3
Cut onions into slices or halves. Add
only 15 ml (1 tbsp.) water.
Pepper
250g
4½-5
3
Cut pepper into small slices.
Potatoes
250g
500g
4-5
7½-8½
3
Weigh the peeled potatoes and cut
them into similar sized halves or
quarters.
Turnip
Cabbage
250g
5-5½
3
Cut turnip cabbage into small cubes.
15
Standing Instructions
Time
(min.)
Brown Rice
250g
600W
21½-22½
10
Add 600 ml cold water.
Mixed Rice
(rice + wild
rice)
250g
850W
17½-18½
5
Add 500 ml cold water.
Mixed Corn 250g
(rice + grain)
850W
18½-19½
5
Add 400 ml cold water.
Pasta
850W
11-12
5
Add 1000 ml hot water.
250g
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Cooking Guide(continued)
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REHEATING
REHEATING LIQUIDS
Your microwave oven will reheat food in a fraction of the time that conventional
ovens hobs normally take.
Use the power levels and reheating times in the following chart as a guide. The
times in the chart consider liquids with a room temperature of about +18 to +20°C
or a chilled food with a temperature of about +5 to +7°C.
Always allow a standing time of at least 20 seconds after the oven has been
switched off to allow the temperature to even out. Stir during heating, if
necessary, and ALWAYS stir after heating. To prevent eruptive boiling and
possible scalding, you should put a spoon or glass stick into the beverages and
stir before, during and after heating.
Arranging and covering
Avoid reheating large items such as joint of meat - they tend to overcook and dry
out before the centre is piping hot. Reheating small pieces will be more
successful.
REHEATING BABY FOOD
BABY FOOD:
Empty into a deep ceramic plate. Cover with plastic lid. Stir well after reheating!
Let stand for 2-3 minutes before serving. Stir again and check the temperature.
Recommended serving temperature: between 30-40°C.
Power levels and stirring
Some foods can be reheated using 850 W power while others should be reheated
using 600 W, 450 W or even 300 W.
Check the tables for guidance. In general, it is better to reheat food using a lower
power level, if the food is delicate, in large quantities, or if it is likely to heat up
very quickly (mince pies, for example).
BABY MILK:
Pour milk into a sterilised glass bottle. Reheat uncovered. Never heat a baby's
bottle with teat on, as the bottle may explode if overheated. Shake well before
standing time and again before serving ! Always carefully check the temperature
of baby milk or food before giving it to the baby. Recommended serving
temperature: ca. 37°C.
Stir well or turn food over during reheating for best results. When possible, stir
again before serving.
Take particular care when heating liquids and baby foods. To prevent eruptive
boiling of liquids and possible scalding , stir before, during and after heating.
Keep them in the microwave oven during standing time. We recommend putting a
plastic spoon or glass stick into the liquids. Avoid overheating (and therefore
spoiling) the food.
It is preferable to underestimate cooking time and add extra heating time, if
necessary.
REMARK:
Baby food particularly needs to be checked carefully before serving to prevent
burns.
Use the power levels and times in the next table as a guide lines for reheating.
Heating and standing times
When reheating food for the first time, it is helpful to make a note of the time
taken - for future reference.
Always make sure that the reheated food is piping hot throughout.
Allow food to stand for a short time after reheating - to let the temperature even
out.
The recommended standing time after reheating is 2-4 minutes, unless another
time is recommended in the chart..
Take particular care when heating liquids and baby food. See also the chapter
with the safety precautions.
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Cooking Guide(continued)
Reheating Baby Food and Milk
Reheating Liquids and Food
Use the power levels and times in this table as guide lines for reheating.
Use the power levels and times in this table as guide lines for reheating.
Food
Baby
food
(vegetab
les +
meat)
Portion. Power
190g
Baby
porridge
(grain +
milk +
fruit)
190g
Baby
milk
100ml
200ml
Time
(min.)
600W 20-30 sec.
600W 10-20 sec.
300W 30-40 sec.
50 sec1min
Standing
Time
(min.)
Instructions
2-3
Empty into ceramic deep
plate.
Cook covered. Stir after
cooking time.
Stand for 2-3 minutes.
Before serving, stir well and
check the temperature
carefully.
2-3
2-3
Empty into ceramic deep
plate.
Cook covered. Stir after
cooking time.
Stand for 2-3 minutes.
Before serving, stir well and
check the temperature
carefully.
Stir or shake well and pour
into a sterilised glass
bottle. Place into the centre
of turn-table. Cook
uncovered. Shake well and
stand for at least 2 minutes.
Before serving, shake well
and check the temperature
carefully.
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Food
Portion.
Power
Drinks
(coffee, tea,
water with
room
temperature)
150 ml
(1 cup)
250 ml
(1 mug)
850W
Soup
(chilled)
250g
450g
850W
Stew
(chilled)
350g
Pasta with
sauce
(chilled)
Time
(min.)
1-1½
Standing Instructions
Time
(min.)
1-2
Pour into a ceramic cup
and reheat uncovered.
Place cup(150 ml) or
mug(250 ml) in the centre
of turntable.
Stir carefully before and
after standing time.
2-3
Pour into a deep ceramic
plate.
Cover with plastic lid.
Stir well after reheating. Stir
again before serving.
600W 5½-6½
2-3
Put stew in a deep ceramic
plate.
Cover with plastic lid.
Stir occasionally during
reheating and again before
standing and serving.
350g
600W 4½-5½
3
Put pasta (e.g. spaghetti or
egg noodles) on a flat
ceramic plate. Cover with
microwave cling film. Stir
before serving.
Filled pasta
with sauce
(chilled)
350g
600W
3
Put filled pasta (e.g. ravioli,
tortellini) in a deep ceramic
plate. Cover with plastic lid.
Stir occasionally during
reheating and again before
standing and serving.
Plated Meal
(chilled)
350g
450g
600W 5½-6½
6½-7½
3
Plate a meal of 2-3 chilled
components on a ceramic
dish.
Cover with microwave
cling-film.
1½-2
2½-3
3½-4
5-6
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Cooking Guide(continued)
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MANUAL DEFROSTING (M1817N only)
Microwaves are an excellent way of defrosting frozen food. Microwaves gently
defrost frozen food in a short period of time.
This can be of great advantage, if unexpected guests suddenly show up.
All frozen food should be defrosted using defrosting power level
(180W,
).
Food
Frozen poultry must be thoroughly thawed before cooking. Remove any metal
ties and take it out of any wrapping to allow thawed liquid to drain away.
Meat
Minced beef
Put the frozen food on a dish without cover. Turn over half way, drain off any
liquid and remove any giblets as soon as possible.
Check the food occasionally to make sure that it does not feel warm.
If smaller and thinner parts of the frozen food start to warm up, they can be shield
by wrapping very small strips of aluminium foil around them during defrosting.
Pork steaks
Poultry
Chicken
pieces
Should poultry start to warm up on the outer surface, stop thawing and allow it to
stand for 20 minutes before continuing.
Leave the fish, meat and poultry to stand in order to complete defrosting. The
standing time for complete defrosting will vary depending on the quantity
defrosted. Please refer to the table below.
Hint:
Whole chicken
Portion Time
(min.)
250g
500g
5½-6½
13-14
250g
6½-7½
500g 13½-14½
(2 pcs)
950g
26-28
200g
(2 pcs)
400g
(4 pcs)
6-7
Standing Instructions
Time
(min.)
10-20
Place the meat on a flat
ceramic plate. Shield thinner
edges with aluminium foil.
Turn over after half of
defrosting time!
15-40
First, put chicken pieces first
skin-side down, whole chicken
first breast-side-down on a flat
ceramic plate. Shield the
thinner parts like wings and
ends with aluminium foil. Turn
over after half of defrosting
time!
5-20
Put frozen fish in the middle of
a flat ceramic plate.
Arrange the thinner parts
under the thicker parts.
Shield narrow ends with
aluminium foil. Turn over after
half of defrosting time!
Flat food defrosts better than thick and smaller quantities need less
time than bigger ones. Remember this hint while freezing and
defrosting food.
Fish
Fish fillets
For defrosting of frozen food with a temperature of about -18 to - 20 °C, use the
following table as a guide.
All frozen food should be defrosted using defrosting power level (180 W).
Fruits
Berries
Bread
Bread rolls
(each ca. 50 g)
Toast/
Sandwich
German bread
(wheat+rye
flour)
18
12-13
250g
5½-6½
5 - 10
Distribute fruits on a flat, round
glass dish (with a large
diameter).
2 pcs
4 pcs
250g
1½-2
3-3½
4-4½
5 - 10
500g
9-11
Arrange rolls in a circle or
bread horizontally on kitchen
paper in the middle of
turntable. Turn over after half
of defrosting time!
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Cooking Guide(continued)
Cleaning Your Microwave Oven
SPECIAL HINTS
The following parts of your microwave oven should be cleaned
regularly to prevent grease and food particles from building up:
• Inside and outside surfaces
• Door and door seals
• Turntable and Roller rings
MELTING BUTTER
Put 50 g butter into a small deep glass dish. Cover with plastic lid.
Heat for 30-40 seconds using 850 W, until butter is melted.
☛
MELTING CHOCOLATE
Put 100 g chocolate into a small deep glass dish.
Heat for 3-5 minutes, using 450 W until chocolate is melted.
Stir once or twice during melting. Use oven gloves while taking out!
ALWAYS ensure that the door seals are clean and that the door
closes properly.
1. Clean the outside surfaces with a soft cloth and warm, soapy water. Rinse and
dry.
MELTNG CRYSTALLIZED HONEY
Put 20 g crystallized honey into a small deep glass dish.
Heat for 20-30 seconds using 300 W, until honey is melted.
2. Remove any splashes or stains on the inside surfaces or on the roller ring with
a soapy cloth. Rinse and dry.
3. To loosen hardened food particles and remove smells, place a cup of diluted
lemon juice on the turntable and heat for ten minutes at maximum power.
MELTING GELATINE
Lay dry gelatine sheets (10 g) for 5 minutes into cold water.
Put drained gelatine into a small glass pyrex bowl.
Heat for 1 minute using 300 W.
Stir after melting.
4. Wash the dishwasher-safe plate whenever necessary.
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COOKING GLAZE/ICING (FOR CAKE AND GATEAUX)
Mix instant glaze (approximately 14 g) with 40 g sugar and 250 ml cold water.
Cook uncovered in a glass pyrex bowl for 3 ½ to 4 ½ minutes using 850 W,
until glaze/icing is transparent. Stir twice during cooking.
COOKING JAM
Put 600 g fruits (for example mixed berries) in a suitable sized glass
pyrex bowl with lid. Add 300 g preserving sugar and stir well.
Cook covered for 10-12 minutes using 850 W.
Stir several times during cooking. Empty directly into small jam
glasses with twist-off lids. Stand on lid for 5 minutes.
COOKING PUDDING
Mix pudding powder with sugar and milk (500 ml) by following the
manufacturers instructions and stir well. Use a suitable sized glass pyrex
bowl with lid. Cook covered for 6 ½ to 7 ½ minutes using 850 W.
Stir several times well during cooking.
BROWNING ALMOND SLICES
Spread 30 g sliced almonds evenly on a medium sized ceramic plate.
Stir several times during browning for 3 ½ to 4 ½ minutes using 600 W.
Let it stand for 2-3 minutes in the oven. Use oven gloves while taking out!
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DO NOT spill water in the vents. NEVER use any abrasive
products or chemical solvents.Take particular care when cleaning
the door seals to ensure that no particles:
• Accumulate
• Prevent the door from closing correctly
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Storing and Repairing Your Microwave Oven
Technical Specifications
A few simple precautions should be taken when storing or having your
microwave oven serviced.
SAMSUNG strives to improve its products at all times. Both the design
specifications and these user instructions are thus subject to change
without notice.
The oven must not be used if the door or door seals are damaged:
• Broken hinge
• Deteriorated seals
• Distorted or bent oven casing
Only a qualified microwave service technician scan repair this oven.
☛
✉
M1827N / M1817N
Power source
230V ~ 50 Hz
Power consumption
Microwave
1250 W
Output power
100 W / 850 W (IEC-705)
Operating frequency
2450 MHz
Magnetron
OM75P(31)
Cooling method
Cooling fan motor
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Outside
Oven cavity
489 x 275 x 397 mm
330 x 211 x 329 mm
Volume
23 liter
Weight
Net
13.5 kg approx
NEVER remove the outer casing from the oven. If the oven is
faulty and needs servicing or you are in doubt about its condition:
• Unplug it from the wall socket
• Contact the nearest after-sales service centre
✉
Model
If you wish to store your oven away temporarily, choose a dry,
dust-free place.
Reason:Dust and damp may adversely affect the working parts in
the oven.
This microwave oven is not intended for commercial use.
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