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Owner’s Instructions & Cooking Guide
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“Quick” look-up guide
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contents
I want to cook some food.
“Quick” look-up guide...............................................................................................2
Control panel............................................................................................................3
Oven........................................................................................................................4
Accessories..............................................................................................................4
Using this instruction booklet....................................................................................5
Safety information.....................................................................................................5
Installing your microwave oven.................................................................................12
Setting the time........................................................................................................13
Checking that your oven is operating correctly..........................................................13
How a microwave oven works..................................................................................14
What to do if you are in doubt or have a problem.....................................................14
Cooking/reheating....................................................................................................15
Power levels and time variations...............................................................................15
Stopping the cooking...............................................................................................16
Adjusting the cooking time.......................................................................................16
Using the auto cook feature......................................................................................16
Using the auto reheat feature....................................................................................18
Using the power defrost feature................................................................................19
Using the cafeteria feature........................................................................................20
Multistage cooking...................................................................................................21
Fast preheating the oven..........................................................................................22
Cooking by convection.............................................................................................23
Grilling......................................................................................................................24
Choosing the accessories.........................................................................................24
Combining microwaves and the grill.........................................................................25
Combining microwaves and convection....................................................................25
Using the memory cook feature................................................................................26
Using the deodorize feature......................................................................................27
Safety-locking your microwave oven.........................................................................27
Using the sound on / off...........................................................................................27
Cookware guide.......................................................................................................28
Cooking guide..........................................................................................................29
Cleaning your microwave oven.................................................................................39
Storing and Repairing Your Microwave Oven............................................................39
Technical specifications............................................................................................40
1. Place the food in the oven.
Press the Microwave ( ) button.
2. Press the Microwave ( ) button until the
appropriate power level is displayed.
3. Select the cooking time by pressing the ( ) and ( )
buttons as required.
4. Press Start ( ) button.
Result:
Cooking starts.
• When cooking has finished, the
oven will beep and flash “0” four
times. The oven will then beep one time per minute.
I want to add an extra 30 seconds
Leave the food in the oven.
Press +30s button one or more times for each extra 30
seconds that you wish to add.
I want to Power defrost some food
1. Place the frozen food in the oven.
Press the Power Defrost ( ) button.
2. Select the food category by pressing the Power
Defrost ( ) button, until the desired food category
is selected.
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Control panel
3. Select the weight by pressing the ( ) and ( )
buttons as required.
4. Press Start ( ) button.
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Defrosting starts.
• When cooking has finished, the
oven will beep and flash “0” four
times. The oven will then beep one time per minute.
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Result:
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1. DISPLAY
2. AUTO COOK FEATURE
BUTTON
3. POWER DEFROST FEATURE
BUTTON
4. GRILL BUTTON
5. MICROWAVE BUTTON
6. CONVECTION BUTTON
7. AUTO FAST PREHEAT
SELECTION BUTTON
8. UP/ DOWN BUTTON (Weight/
Serving/Time)
9. SOUND ON/OFF BUTTON
10.STOP / CANCEL BUTTON
11.AUTO REHEAT FEATURE
BUTTON
12.CAFETERIA COOK BUTTON
13.MICROWAVE+GRILL BUTTON
14.DEODORIZE BUTTON
15.MICROWAVE+CONVECTION
BUTTON
16.MEMORY BUTTON
17.CLOCK SETTING BUTTON
18.START / +30s BUTTON
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Oven
Accessories
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Depending on the model that you have purchased, you are supplied with
several accessories that can be used in a variety of ways.
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1.Coupler, to be placed correctly over the motor shaft
in the base of the oven.
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Purpose:
The coupler rotates the turntable.
2. Roller ring, to be placed in the center of the oven.
Purpose:
The roller ring supports the turntable.
3.Turntable, to be placed on the roller ring with the
center fitting on to the coupler.
Purpose:
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1. DOOR HANDLE
7. TURNTABLE
2. VENTILATION HOLES
8. COUPLER
3. HEATING ELEMENT
9. ROLLER RING
4. VENTILATION HOLES
10.SAFETY INTERLOCK HOLES
5. DOOR LATCHES
11.CONTROL PANEL
The turntable serves as the main
cooking surface; it can be easily
removed for cleaning.
4. Metal racks (High rack, Low rack), to be placed on
the turntable.
Purpose:
6. DOOR
The metal racks can be used to cook
two dishes at the same time. A small
dish may be placed on the turntable
and a second dish on the rack. The
metal racks can be used in grill,
convection and combination
cooking.
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Using this instruction booklet
Important safety symbols and precautions.
You have just purchased a SAMSUNG microwave oven. Your Owner’s
Instructions contain much valuable information on cooking with your
microwave oven:
• Safety precautions
• Accessories and cookware
• Useful cooking tips
Inside the cover you will find a quick look-up guide explaining three basic
cooking operations:
• Cooking (microwave mode)
• Defrosting
• Adding an extra 30 seconds, if the dish is inadequately cooked or
requires additional reheating
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 following symbols are used in the text of this Owner’s Manual:
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in severe
personal injury or death.
CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in minor
personal injury or property damage.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of fire, explosion, electric shock,
or personal injury when using your microwave oven,
follow these basic safety precaution
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WARNING
Do NOT attempt.
Do NOT disassemble.
Safety information
Do NOT touch.
• Before operating the appliance, please read this manual thoroughly
and retain it at a safe place near the appliance for your future
reference.
• Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in
this instruction manual. This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance
by a person responsible for their safety. Warnings and Important
Safety Instructions in this manual do not cover all possible conditions
and situations that may occur. It is your responsibility to use common
sense, caution, and care when installing, maintaining, and operating
your appliance.
• Because these following operating instructions cover various models,
the characteristics of your microwave oven may differ slightly from
those described in this manual and not all warning signs may be
applicable. If you have any questions or concerns, contact your
nearest service center or find help and information online at www.
samsung.com.
Follow directions explicitly.
Unplug the power plug from the wall socket.
Make sure the machine is grounded to prevent
electric shock.
Call the service center for help.
Note
Important
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Severe warning signs for installation
Caution signs for installation
The installation of this appliance must be performed by a qualified
microwave service technician trained by the manufacturer. Please see
the section “Installing your Microwave Oven”.
This appliance should be positioned in such a way that it is accessible
to the power plug.
- Failure to do so may result in electric shock or fire due to electric
leakage.
Plug the power cord into the proper wall socket or higher and use the
socket for this appliance only. Plug the power plug into the wall socket
firmly. In addition, do not use an extension cord.
Install your appliance on a level and hard floor that can support its
weight.
- Failure to do so and sharing a wall socket with other appliances
using a power strip or extending the power cord may result in electric
shock or fire.
- Do not use an electric transformer. It may result in electric shock or
fire.
- Failure to do so may result in abnormal vibrations, noise, or problems
with the product.
Install the appliance while maintaining the proper distance from the wall.
- Failure to do so may result in fire due to overheating.
The installation of this appliance must be performed by a qualified
technician or service company.
The minimum height of free space necessary above the top surface of
the oven.
- Failing to do so may result in electric shock, fire, an explosion,
problems with the product, or injury.
Severe warning signs for electric
The microwave oven is intended to be used on the counter or counter
top use only, the microwave oven shall not be placed in a cabinet.
Remove all foreign substances such as dust or water from the power
plug terminals and contact points using a dry cloth on a regular basis.
Do not install this appliance near a heater, inflammable material.
Do not install this appliance in a humid, oily or dusty location, in a
location exposed to direct sunlight and water (rain drops).
Do not install this appliance in a location where gas may leak.
Plug the power plug into the wall socket in the right direction so that the
cord runs towards the floor.
- Unplug the power plug and clean it with a dry cloth.
- Failure to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
- If you plug the power plug into the socket in the opposite direction,
the electric wires within the cable may be damaged and this may
result in electric shock or fire.
- This may result in electric shock or fire.
The appliance is not intended for installing in road vehicles, caravans
and similar vehicles etc.
This appliance must be properly grounded.
Do not ground the appliance to a gas pipe, plastic water pipe, or
telephone line.
- This may result in electric shock, fire, an explosion, or problems with
the product.
- Never plug the power cord into a socket that is not grounded
correctly and make sure that it is in accordance with local and
national codes.
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During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid
touching heating elements inside the oven.
- This may result in electric shock or fire.
When moving heating elements, make sure to use the equipment
designed to move heating element while wearing safety gloves provided
with the product, and see if temperature drops sufficiently (at least 10
minutes after grill or combination cooking operation) after operation.
Do not pull or excessively bend the power cord.
Do not twist or tie the power cord.
Do not hook the power cord over a metal object, place a heavy object
on the power cord, insert the power cord between objects, or push the
power cord into the space behind the appliance.
ALWAYS use oven gloves when removing a dish from the oven to avoid
unintentional burn.
- This may result in electric shock or fire.
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Plug the power plug into the wall socket firmly. Do not use a damaged
power plug, damaged power cord or loose wall socket.
Stand at arms length from the oven when opening the door.
Reason : The hot air or steam released may cause scalding.
Do not pull the power cord, when unplugging the power plug.
- Unplug the power plug by holding the plug.
- Failure to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Microwave heating of beverages can result in delayed eruptive boiling,
therefore care must be taken when handling the container; To prevent
this situation 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. In the
event of scalding, follow these FIRST AID instructions:
When the appliance or the cord is damaged, contact your nearest
service centre.
Caution signs for electric
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Unplug the power plug when the appliance is not being used for long
periods of time or during a thunder/lightning storm.
- Failure to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Severe warning signs for using
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.
Contact a doctor
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer,
its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
In the event of a gas leak (such as propane gas, LP gas, etc.), ventilate
immediately without touching the power plug. Do not touch the
appliance or power cord.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
- Do not use a ventilating fan.
- A spark may result in an explosion or fire.
Eggs in their shell and whole hard-boiled eggs should not be heated in
microwave ovens since they may explode even after microwave heating
has ended.
Take care that the door, heater or any of the other parts do not come
into contact with the body while cooking or just after cooking.
WARNING : The contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars shall
be stirred or shaken and the temperature checked before consumption,
in order to avoid burns.
- Failure to do so may result in burns.
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WARNING : Only allow children to use the oven without supervision
when adequate instructions have been given so that the child is able to
use the oven in a safe way and understands the hazards of improper
use.
knife, before cooking them.
- Failure to do so may result in burns or injury due to the item bursting.
Do not touch the inside of the appliance immediately after cooking,
because the inside of the appliance is hot after being heated for a long
time or heating a small amount of food.
WARNING : When the appliance is operated in the combination mode,
children should only use the oven under adult supervision due to the
temperatures generated.
- Failure to do so may result in burns.
Do not use aluminium foil, metal objects (such as containers, forks, etc.)
or containers with golden or silver trims.
Appliance is not to be used by children or persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction.
- This may result in sparks or fire.
Never heat plastic or paper containers and do not use them with the
oven function.
WARNING : Accessible parts may become hot during use. To avoid
burns young children should be kept away.
- Failure to do so may result in fire.
WARNING : Ensure that the appliance is switched off before replacing
the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
Take care that food does not come into contact with the heater when
cooking food with the oven.
- This may result in fire.
Do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
Do not over-heat food.
- This may result in electric shock.
- This may result in fire.
Do not turn the appliance off by unplugging the power plug while an
operation is in progress.
Do not heat food wrapped in paper such as magazines or newspaper.
- Plugging the power plug into the wall socket again may cause a
spark and result in electric shock or fire.
- This may result in fire.
Keep all packaging materials well out of the reach of children, as
packaging materials can be dangerous to children.
- This may result in fire or an explosion.
Do not open the door when the food in the cooking compartment is
burning.
- If you open the door, an inflow of oxygen occurs and this may result
in fire.
Do not use or place inflammable sprays or objects near the oven.
- If a child places a bag over its head, it may result in suffocation.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
- Failing to do so may result in electric shock, burns or injury.
Never use this appliance for purposes other than cooking.
Do not insert fingers, foreign substances or metal objects such as pins
or needles into the inlet, outlet, water supply cartridge input and output
parts, and holes. If foreign substances are inserted into any of these
holes, unplug the power plug from the wall socket and contact your
product provider or nearest service centre.
- Failure to do so may result in fire.
- Failure to do so may result in electric shock or injury.
Open sealed containers (baby bottles, milk bottles, etc.) and make a
hole in food items such as shells or nuts (eggs, chestnuts, etc) with a
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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.
Do not attempt to repair, disassemble, or modify the appliance yourself.
- Since a high voltage current enters the product chassis, it may result
in electric shock or fire.
- You may be exposed to electromagnetic waves.
- When repairing the appliance is required, contact your nearest
service centre.
NEVER heat a babys bottle with the teat on, as the bottle may explode
if overheated.
WARNING : It is hazardous for anyone other than a competent person
to carry out any service or repair operation that involves the removal of
a cover which gives protection against exposure to microwave energy.
Do not immerse the power cable or plug in water and keep the power
cable away from heated surfaces.
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DO NOT touch heating elements or interior oven walls until the oven be
cooled down.
If any foreign substance such as water has entered the appliance,
unplug the power plug and contact your nearest service centre.
Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged power cable or plug.
- Failure to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
DO NOT operate the microwave oven when it is empty. The power will
be cut off automatically for safety. You can operate normally after letting
it stand for over 30 minutes. It is best to leave a glass of water inside
the oven at all times. The water will absorb the microwaves energy if the
oven accidently started.
If smoke is observed, switch off or unplug the appliance and keep the
door closed in order to stifle any flames;
Caution signs for using
WARNING : If the door or door seals are damaged, the oven must not
be operated until it has been repaired by a competent person.
Only use utensils that are suitable for use in microwave ovens; DO NOT
use any metallic containers, Dinnerware with gold or silver trimmings,
Skewers, forks, etc. Remove wire twist ties from paper or plastic bags.
Reason : Electric arcing or sparking may occur and may damage the
oven.
WARNING : Liquids and other foods must not be heated in sealed
containers since they are liable to explode.
If the appliance is flooded cut the power immediately and please
contact your nearest service centre.
When heating food in plastic or paper containers, keep an eye on the
oven due to the possibility of ignition;
- Failure to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Small amounts of food require shorter cooking or heating time.
If normal times are allowed they may overheat and burn.
If the appliance generates a strange noise, a burning smell or smoke,
unplug the power plug immediately and contact your nearest service
centre.
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.
- Failure to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
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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.
Do not operate the appliance with wet hands.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
- As well as being harmful to humans, it may also result in electric
shock, fire or problems with the product.
Take care as beverages or food may be very hot after heating.
Do not apply excessive pressure or impact to the door or to the inside
of the appliance.
- This may result in electric shock.
Do not spray volatile material such as insecticide onto the surface of the
appliance.
- Especially when feeding a child, check that it has cooled sufficiently.
- This may result in deformation to the product or injury due to electric
wave leakage.
- Hanging onto the door may result in the product falling and causing
injury.
- If the door is damaged, do not use the appliance and contact your
nearest service centre.
Take care when heating liquids such as water or other beverages.
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Make sure to stir during or after cooking.
Avoid using a slippery container with a narrow neck.
Remove the container at least 30 seconds after heating.
Failing to do so may result in an abrupt overflow of the contents and
cause burns.
Do not place the appliance over a fragile object such as a sink or glass
object.
Do not hold food or any part there of during or immediately after
cooking.
- This may result in damage to the sink or glass object.
- Use cooking gloves because it may be very hot and you could burn
yourself.
- If you pull the ceramic dish or well-being multi-purpose pan forwards,
food may spill and this may result in burns.
Use the appliance only after closing the door.
- If you use the appliance when it is contaminated by foreign
substances such as food waste, it may result in problems with the
appliance.
When the surface is cracked, turn the power switch of the appliance
off.
Take care when removing the wrapping from food that has just been
taken out of the appliance.
- Failure to do so may result in electric shock.
- If the food is hot, hot steam may be emitted abruptly when removing
the wrapping and you may burn yourself.
Do not scratch the glass of the oven door with a sharp object.
- This may result in the glass being damaged or broken.
Do not unplug the appliance by pulling at the power cord, always grip
plug firmly and pull straight out from the outlet.
Do not stand on top of the appliance or place objects (such as laundry,
oven cover, lighted candles, lighted cigarettes, dishes, chemicals, metal
objects, etc.) on the appliance.
- Damage to the cord may cause short-circuit, fire and/or electric
shock.
- Items, such as a cloth, may be caught in the door.
- This may result in electric shock, fire, problems with the product, or
injury.
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Do not put your face or body close to the appliance while cooking or
when opening the door just after cooking.
Caution signs for cleaning
The oven should be cleaned regularly and any food deposits removed.
- Take care that children do not come close to the appliance.
- Failure to do so may result in burns from the heat.
- The food or object may fall and this may result in burns or injury.
Take care not to hurt yourself when cleaning the appliance (external/
internal).
Do not abruptly cool the door, the inside of the appliance, or the dish by
pouring water over it during or just after cooking.
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Failure to maintain the oven in a clean condition could lead to
deterioration of the surface that could adversely affect the life of the
appliance and possibly result in a hazardous situation.
Do not place food or heavy objects over the door when opening the
door.
- You may hurt yourself on the sharp edges of the appliance.
- This may result in damage to the appliance. The steam or water
spray may result in burns or injury.
Do not clean the appliance with a steam cleaner.
- This may result in corrosion.
Appliances are not intended to be operated by means of an external
timer or separate remote-control system.
Severe warning signs for cleaning
Do not clean the appliance by spraying water directly onto it.
Do not use benzene, thinner or alcohol to clean the appliance.
- This may result in discoloration, deformation, damage, electric shock
or fire.
Before cleaning or performing maintenance, unplug the appliance from
the wall socket and remove food waste from the door and cooking
compartment.
- Failure to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean
the oven door glass since they can scratch the surface, which may
result in shattering of the glass.
Do not use your microwave oven to dry papers or clothes.
For your safety, do not use high-pressure water cleaners or steam jet
cleaners.
during cleaning conditions the surfaces may get hotter than usual and
children should be kept away. (cleaning model only)
excess spillage must be removed before cleaning and shall specify
which utensils can be left in the oven during cleaning. (cleaning model
only)
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Installing your microwave oven
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PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
MICROWAVE ENERGY
Place the oven on a flat level surface 85 cm above the floor. The surface
should be strong enough to safely bear the weight of the oven.
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 (bent)
(2) Door hinges (broken or loose)
(3) door seals and sealing surfaces
(d)The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone other than
a properly qualified microwave service technician trained by the
manufacturer.
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.
20 cm
above
10 cm
behind
85 cm of
the floor
10 cm on
the side
2. Remove all packing materials inside the oven.
Install the roller ring and turntable.
Check that the turntable rotates freely.
3. This microwave oven has to be positioned so that plug is accessible.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a special cord or
assembly available from the manufacturer or its service agent.
For your personal safety, plug the cable into a 3-pin, 230 Volt, 50 Hz,
AC earthed socket. If the power cable of this appliance is damaged, it
must be replaced by a special cable.
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.
This product is a Group 2 Class B ISM equipment. The definition of group
2 which contains all ISM equipment in which radio-frequency energy is
intentionally generated and/or used in the form of electromagnetic radiation
for the treatment of material, and EDM and arc welding equipment.
For Class B equipment is equipment suitable for use in domestic
establishments and in establishments directly connected to a low voltage
power supply network which supplies buildings used for domestic
purposes.
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Setting the time
Checking that your oven is operating
correctly
Your microwave oven has an inbuilt clock. When power is supplied, “:0”,
“88:88” or “12:00” is automatically displayed on the display.
Please set the current time. 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
The following simple procedure enables you to check that your oven is
working correctly at all times. If you are in doubt, refer to the section entitled
“What to Do if You are in Doubt or Have a Problem” on the page.
Do not forget to reset the clock when you switch to and from summer
and winter time.
1.To display the time
in the...
24-hour notation
12-hour notation
Open the oven door by pulling the handle on the right side of the door.
Place a glass of water on the turntable. Close the door.
Then press the
button...
Press the Start ( ) button and set the time to 4
or 5 minutes, by pressing the Start ( ) button the
appropriate number of times.
Result:
The oven heats the water for 4 or 5
minutes.
The water should then be boiling.
Once
Twice
2. Press the ( ) and ( ) buttons to set the hour.
3. Press the
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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 (100% - 900 W) is used, the water takes longer to boil.
button.
4. Press the ( ) and ( ) buttons to set the minute.
5. When the right time is displayed, press the
to start the clock.
Result:
button
The time is displayed whenever you are
not using the microwave oven.
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How a microwave oven works
What to do if you are in doubt or have a
problem
Microwaves are high-frequency electromagnetic waves; the energy released
enables food to be cooked or reheated without changing either the form or
the colour.
You can use your microwave oven to:
• Defrost
• Reheat
• Cook
Becoming familiar with a new appliance always takes a little time. If you
have any of the problems listed below, try the solutions given. They may
save you the time and inconvenience of an unnecessary service call.
The following are normal occurrences.
• 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
The food is not cooked at all
• Have you set the timer correctly and pressed the Start ( ) button?
• Is the door closed?
• Have you overloaded the electric circuit and caused a fuse to blow or a
breaker to be triggered.
The food is either overcooked or undercooked
• Was the appropriate cooking length set for the type of food?
• Was an appropriate power level chosen?
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 aluminum foil too close to the inside walls?
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.
• Solution: install the oven away from televisions, radios and aerials.
• If interference is detected by the oven’s microprocessor, the display may
be reset.
• Solution: Disconnect the power plug and reconnect it. Reset the
time.
“E - 24” message indicates
• The “E - 24” message is automatically activated prior to the microwave
oven overheating. Should the “E - 24” message be activated, then
depress the “Stop/Cancel” key to utilize the initialization mode.
Cooking Principle
1. The microwaves generated by the magnetron
reflected at cavity and are distributed uniformly as
the food rotates on the turntable. The food is thus
cooked evenly.
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 container used
and the properties of the food:
• Quantity and density
• Water content
• Initial temperature (refrigerated or not)
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
If the above guidelines do not enable you to solve the problem, then
contact your local SAMSUNG customer serivice centre.
Please have the following information read;
• The model and serial numbers, normally printed on the rear of the oven
• Your warranty details
• A clear description of the problem
Then contact your local dealer or SAMSUNG aftersales service.
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Cooking/reheating
Power levels and time variations
The following procedure explains how to cook or reheat food.
The power level function enables you to adapt the amount of energy
dissipated and thus the time required to cook or reheat your food,
according to its type and quantity. You can choose between six power
levels.
ALWAYS check your cooking settings before leaving the oven
unattended.
1. Press the Microwave (
Result:
Power Level
) button.
The following indications are displayed:
(microwave mode)
2. Select the appropriate power level by pressing
the Microwave ( ) button again until the
corresponding output power is displayed. Refer to
the power level table below for further details.
3. Set the cooking time by pressing the ( ) and ( )
buttons.
Result:
Output
100 %
900W
MEDIUM HIGH
67 %
600 W
MEDIUM
50 %
450 W
MEDIUM LOW
33 %
300 W
DEFROST
20 %
180 W
LOW
11 %
100 W
The cooking times given in recipes and in this booklet correspond to the
specific power level indicated.
The cooking time is displayed.
4. Press the Start ( ) button.
Result:
Percentage
HIGH
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Open the door. Place the food in the centre of the turntable. Close the door.
Never switch the microwave oven on when it is empty.
If you select a...
Then the cooking time must be...
Higher power level
Lower power level
Decreased
Increased
The oven light comes on and the
turntable starts rotating. Cooking starts
and when it has finished:
• The oven beep and flash “0” four times.
The oven will then beep one time per minute.
If you would like to know the current Power Level of the oven cavity,
press Microwave ( ) button once. If you would like to change the
power level during cooking, press the Microwave ( ) button twice or
more times to select the desired power level.
Quick Start:
If you wish to heat a dish for a short period of time at maximum power
(900 W), you can also simply press the Start ( ) button once for each
30 seconds of cooking time. The oven starts immediately.
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Stopping the cooking
Using the auto cook feature
You can stop cooking at any time so that you can:
• Check the food
• Turn the food over or stir it
• Leave it to stand
The five Auto Cook ( ) features include/provide pre-programmed cooking
times. You do not need to set either the cooking times or the power level.
You can adjust the size of the serving by pressing the ( ) and ( ) buttons.
Use only recipients that are microwave-safe.
To stop the cooking...
Then...
Open the door. Place the food in the centre of the turntable. Close the door.
Temporarily
Open the door.
Result:
Cooking stops.
To resume cooking, close the door again and
press the Start ( ) button.
1. Press the Auto Cook ( ) button.
Completely
Press the Stop ( ) button.
Result:
Cooking stops.
If you wish to cancel the cooking settings,
press the Stop ( ) button again.
2. Select the type of food that you are cooking by
pressing the Auto Cook ( ) button. Refer to the
table on the following page for a description of the
various preprogrammed settings.
3. Select the size of the serving by pressing the ( ) and
( ) buttons.
Adjusting the cooking time
You can increase the cooking time by pressing the +30s button once for
each 30 seconds to be added.
4. Press the Start ( ) button.
Result:
• Check how cooking is progressing at any time simply by opening the
door
• Increase the remaining cooking time
To increase the cooking time of your food, press the
Start ( ) button once for each 30 seconds that you
wish to add.
• Example: To add three minutes, press the Start
( ) button six times.
The food is cooked according to the
preprogrammed setting selected.
• When cooking has finished, the oven
will beep and flash “0” four times. The oven will then
beep one time per minute.
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Code Food
Serving
Size
200-250 g
300-350 g
400-450 g
500-550 g
600-650 g
700-750 g
Standing
Time
2-3 min.
1.
Fresh
Vegetables
2.
Peeled
Potatoes
300-350 g
400-450 g
500-550 g
600-650 g
700-750 g
3 min.
3.
Roast Fish
200-300 g
(1 fish)
400-500 g
(1-2 pcs)
600-700 g
(2 pcs)
3 min.
Code Food
4.
Chicken
Pieces
5.
Roast Beef
/ Roast
Lamb
Recommendations
Weigh the vegetables
after washing, cleaning
and cutting into similar
size. Put them into a glass
bowl with lid. Add 30 ml (2
tablespoons) water when
cooking for 200-250 g, add
45 ml (3 tablespoons) for
300-450 g and add 60- 75
ml (4-5 tablespoons) for 500750 g. Stir after cooking.
When cooking higher
quantities stir once during
cooking.
Weigh the potatoes after
peeling, washing and cutting
into a similar size. Put them
into a glass bowl with lid.
Add 45 ml (3 tablespoons)
water when cooking
300-450g, add 60ml (4
tablespoons) for cooking
500-750 g.
Brush skin of whole fish
with oil and add herbs and
spices. Put fish side by side,
head to tail on the high metal
rack. Turn over, as soon as
the beep sounds.
Serving
Size
200-300 g
(1 pc)
400-500 g
(2 pcs)
600-700 g
(3 pcs)
Standing
Time
3min.
Recommendations
Brush the chicken pieces
with oil and spice them with
pepper, salt and paprika.
Put them in a circle on the
high rack with the skin-side
down.
Turn over, as soon as the
beep sounds.
900-1000 g 10-15min. Brush the beef/ lamb with
1200-1300 g
oil and spices (pepper only,
1400-1500 g
salt should be added after
roasting).
Put it on the low rack with
the fat-side down. Turn over,
when the oven beeps. After
roasting and during standing
time it should be wrapped in
aluminium foil.
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The following table presents the various Auto Cook Programmes, quantities,
standing times and appropriate recommendations.
Programmes no 1 and 2 are running with microwave energy only.
Programmes no 3 and 4 are running with a combination of microwaves and
grill.
Programme no 5 is running with a combination of microwaves and
convection.
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Using the auto reheat feature
The following table presents the various Auto Reheat & Cook Programmes,
quantities, standing times and appropriate recommendations. Programmes
no 1 and 2 are running with microwave energy only.
Programmes no 3 and 4 are running with a combination of microwaves and
convection.
The four Auto Reheat ( ) features provide four pre-programmed cooking
times. You do not need to set either the cooking times or the power level.
You can adjust the size of the serving by pressing the ( ) and ( ) buttons.
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Use only recipients that are microwave-safe.
Code Food
Open the door. Place the food in the centre of the turntable. Close the door.
1. Press the Auto Reheat (
) button.
1.
2. Select the type of food that you are cooking by
pressing the Auto Reheat ( ) button. Refer to the
table on the following page for a description of the
various preprogrammed settings.
Serving
Size
Ready Meal
300-350 g
(chilled)
400-450 g
500-550 g
Standing
Time
3 min.
2.
Soup/sauce
(chilled)
200-250 ml
300-350 ml
400-450 ml
500-550 ml
600-650 ml
700-750 ml
2-3 min.
3.
Frozen
Pizza
300-400 g
450-550g
600-700 g
-
4.
Frozen
Bread Rolls
100-150 g
(2 pcs)
200-250 g
(4 pcs)
300-350 g
(6 pcs)
400-450 g
(8 pcs)
3-5 min.
3. Select the size of the serving by pressing the ( ) and
( ) buttons.
4. Press the Start ( ) button.
Result:
The food is cooked according to the
preprogrammed setting selected.
• When cooking has finished, the
oven will beep and flash “0” four times. The oven will
then beep one time per minute.
Recommendations
Put on a ceramic plate and
cover with microwave cling
film. This programme is
suitable for meals consisting
of 3 components (e.g. meat
with sauce, vegetables and
a side dish like potatoes,
rice or pasta).
Pour into a deep ceramic
soup plate or bowl and
cover with plastic lid during
heating.
Stir the soup, as soon as
the oven beeps (oven keeps
operating and is stopped,
when you open the door).
Stir carefully before and after
standing time.
Place one frozen pizza (-18
°C) on the low rack, place
two frozen pizzas on the low
and high rack.
Put 2 to 6 frozen bread rolls
(-18°C) in a circle on the low
rack. Put 8 frozen bread
rolls equally on the low and
high rack. This program
is suitable for small frozen
bakery products as bread
rolls, ciabatta rolls and small
baguettes.
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Using the power defrost feature
The following table presents the various Power Defrost programmes,
quantities, standing times and appropriate recommendations. Remove all
kind of package material before defrosting. Place meat, poultry and fish on
a flat glass plate or on a ceramic plate, arrange bread and cake on kitchen
paper.
The Power Defrost ( ) feature enables you to defrost meat, poultry,
fish, bread , cake and fruit. The defrost time and power level are set
automatically. You simply select the programme and the weight.
Use only containers that are microwave-safe.
Code Food
1. Press the Power Defrost ( ) button.
2. Select the type of food that you are cooking by
pressing the Power Defrost ( ) button. Refer to the
table on the following page for a description of the
various preprogrammed settings.
Serving
Size
200-2000 g
1.
Meat
2.
Poultry
200-2000 g
3.
Fish
200-2000 g
3. Select the food weight by pressing the ( ) and ( )
buttons.
4. Press Start ( ) button.
Result:
• Defrosting begins.
• The oven beeps through defrosting to
remind you to turn the food over.
Standing
Recommendations
Time
20-90 min. Shield the edges with
aluminium foil. Turn the
meat over, when the oven
beeps. This programme
is suitable for beef, lamb,
pork, steaks, chops,
minced meat.
20-90 min. Shield the leg and wing tips
with aluminium foil. Turn the
poultry over, when the oven
beeps. This programme is
suitable for whole chicken
as well as for chicken
portions.
20-80 min. Shield the tail of a whole
fish with aluminium foil.
Turn the fish over, when
the oven beeps. This
programme is suitable for
whole fishes as well as for
fish fillets.
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Open the door. Place the frozen food on a ceramic in the centre of the
turntable. Close the door.
5. Press the Start ( ) again to finish defrosting.
Result:
When cooking has finished, the oven
will beep and flash “0” four times.
The oven will then beep one time per
minute.
You can also defrost food manually. To do so, select the microwave
function with power level of 180 W. Refer to the section entitled
“Defrosting” on page 34 for further details.
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Code Food
Bread /
Cake
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4.
Serving
Size
125-1000 g
5.
Fruit
100-600 g
Using the cafeteria feature
Standing
Recommendations
Time
10-60 min. Put bread horizontally on a
piece of kitchen paper and
turn over, as soon as the
oven beeps. Place cake
on a ceramic plate and if
possible, turn over, as soon
as the oven beeps. (Oven
keeps operating and is
stopped, when you open
the door). This programme
is suitable for all kinds of
bread, sliced or whole,
as well as for bread rolls
and baguettes. Arrange
bread rolls in a circle. This
programme is suitable for
all kinds of yeast cake,
biscuit, cheese cake and
puff pastry. It is not suitable
for short/crust pastry, fruit
and cream cakes as well
as for cake with chocolate
topping.
5-20 min.
With the Cafeteria ( ) feature, the cooking time is set automatically.
First, place the food in the centre of the turntable and close the door.
1. Press the Cafeteria ( ) button.
2. Select the type of food that you are cooking by
pressing the Cafeteria ( ) button. Refer to the table
on the following page for a description of the various
preprogrammed settings.
3. Select the food weight by pressing the ( ) and ( )
buttons.
4. Press Start ( ) button.
Result:
Spread fruits evenly into
a flat glass dish. This
programme is suitable for
all kind of fruits.
The food is cooked according to the
preprogrammed setting selected.
• When cooking has finished, the
oven will beep and flash “0” four times. The oven will
then beep one time per minute.
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Multistage cooking
The following table presents Auto Programmes for Reheat of drinks and
defrosting & warming frozen cake.
It contains its quantities, standing times and appropriate recommendations.
Programme no. 1 use the microwave only mode. Programme no. 2 uses a
combination of microwaves and convection mode.
Code Food
2.
Drinks
(Coffee, milk,
tea, water
with room
temperature)
Frozen Cake
200-300 g
400-500 g
600-700 g
800-900 g
1000-1100 g
1200-1300 g
Standing
Time
1-2 mins
5-25 mins
Recommendations
Pour the liquid into
ceramic cups and reheat
uncovered. Place one
cup in the centre, 2
cups opposite to each
other and 3 or 4 cups in
a circle. Leave them to
stand in the microwave
oven. Stir drinks before
and after standing time.
Be careful while taking
the cups out (see safety
instructions for liquids).
Put frozen cake in the
middle, put frozen cake
pieces in a circle on
low rack. Set rack in
the middle of oven on
turntable.
By the help of convection
the cake will be warmed
and crisp up. This
programme is suitable for
cake (round) and cake
pieces, such as fruit cake
with crumble topping,
streusel cake or cake
with poppy seeds. It is
not suitable for cake with
cream filling and cake
with chocolate topping.
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1.
Serving
Size
150 ml
(1 cup)
300 ml
(2 cups)
450 ml
(3 cups)
600 ml
(4 cups)
Your microwave oven can be programmed to cook food in up to three
stages (the Convection , Microwave+Convection and Fast Preheat mode
can not be used in Multistage cooking). Example: You wish to Power
defrost food and cook it without having to reset the oven after each stage.
You can thus defrost and cook a 1.8 kg chicken in three stages:
• Defrosting
• Microwave cooking for 30 minutes
• Grill for 15 minutes
Defrosting must be the first stage. Combination and Grill can only be
used once during the remaining two stages. However microwave can
be used twice (at two different power levels).
1. Press the Power Defrost ( ) button.
2. Select the type of food that you are cooking by
pressing the Power Defrost ( ) button.
3. Set the weight by pressing the ( ) and ( ) buttons
the appropriate number of times (1800 g in the
example).
4. Press the Microwave (
) button.
5. Set the microwave power level by pressing the
Microwave ( ) button to select the appropriate
Power Level (450 W in the example).
6. Set the cooking time by pressing the ( ) and ( )
buttons (30 minutes in the example).
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Fast preheating the oven
7. Press the Grill ( ) button.
For convection cooking, it is recommended that you preheat the oven to
the appropriate temperature before placing the food in the oven. When the
oven reaches the requested temperature, it is maintained for approximately
10 minutes; it is then switched off automatically.
Check that the heating element is in the correct position for type of cooking
that you require.
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8. Set the cooking time by pressing the ( ) and ( )
buttons (15 minutes in the example).
1. Press the Fast Preheat (
9. Press Start ( ) button.
Result:
Result:
Cooking starts:
• When cooking has finished, the
oven will beep and flash “0” four
times. The oven will then beep one time per minute.
) button.
The following indications are displayed:
220 °C (temperature)
2. Press the Fast Preheat ( ) button one or more
times to set the temperature.
(Temperature : 220, 200, 180, 160, 140, 100, 40 °C)
3. Press the Start ( ) button.
Result:
The oven is preheated to the requested
temperature.
• The display times are 8 seconds
for the selected cooking mode and 2 seconds for the
preset temperature in sequence.
Ex) In fast preheat mode at 200 °C
(displayed for 8 seconds)
(displayed for 2 seconds)
• Upon arrival at the preset temperature, the oven beeps
6 times and the temperature is kept for 10 minutes.
• After 10 minutes, the beeps 4 times and the operation
stops.
In case the inner temperature has reached the preset temperature, the
beeps 6 times when temperature and the preset temperature is kept for
10 minutes.
If you would like to know the current temperature of oven cavity, press
Fast Preheat ( ) button.
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Cooking by convection
4. Press the Start ( ) button.
Result:
The convection mode enables you to cook food in the same way as in
a traditional oven. The microwave mode is not used. You can set the
temperature, as required, in a range varying from 40 °C to 220 °C in eight
preset levels. The maximum cooking time is 60 minutes.
1. Press the Convection (
Result:
(displayed for 8 seconds)
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If you wish to Fast Preheat the oven, see page 22.
• Always use oven gloves when touching the recipients in the oven, as
they will be very hot.
• You can get better cooking and browning, if you use the low rack.
Check that the heating element is in the horizontal position and that the
turntable is in position. Open the door and place the recipient on the low
rack and set on turntable.
Cooking starts:
• The display times are 8 seconds
for the preset cooking time and 2
seconds for the preset temperature in sequence.
Ex) 30 minutes of cooking time at 200 °C
(displayed for 2 seconds)
• When cooking has finished, the oven will beep and flash
“0” four times. The oven will then beep one time per
minute.
) button.
The following indications are displayed:
(convection mode)
220 °C (temperature)
If you would like to know the current temperature of oven cavity, press
Fast Preheat ( ) button.
2. Press the Convection ( ) button once or more
times to set the temperature.
(Temperature : 220, 200, 180, 160, 140, 100, 40 °C)
3. Set the cooking time by pressing the ( ) and ( )
buttons.
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Grilling
Choosing the accessories
The grill enables you to heat and brown food quickly, without using
microwaves.
• Always use oven gloves when touching the recipients in the oven, as
they will be very hot.
• You can get better cooking and grilling results, if you use the high
rack.
Traditional convection cooking does require cookware.
You should, however, use only cookware that you would
use in your normal oven.
Microwave-safe containers are not usually suitable
for convection cooking; don’t use plastic containers,
dishes, paper cups, towels, etc.
1. Open the door and place the food on the rack.
If you wish to select a combined cooking mode
(microwave and grill or convection), use only recipients that are microwavesafe and oven-proof. Metallic cookware or utensils may damage your oven.
For further details on suitable cookware and utensils, refer to the
Cookware Guide on page 28.
2. Press the Grill ( ) button.
Result:
The follwing indications are displayed:
(grill mode)
• You cannot set the temperature of the grill.
3. Set the grilling time by pressing the ( ) and ( )
buttons.
• The maximum grilling time is 60 minutes.
4. Press the Start ( ) button.
Result:
Grilling starts.
• When cooking has finished, the
oven will beep and flash “0” four
times. The oven will then beep one time per minute.
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Combining microwaves and convection
You can also combine microwave cooking with the grill, to cook quickly and
brown at the same time.
Combination cooking uses both microwave energy and convection heating.
No preheating is required as the microwave energy is immediately available.
Many foods can be cooked in combination mode, particularly:
• Roast meats and poultry
• Pies and cakes
• Egg and cheese dishes
ALWAYS use microwave-safe and oven-proof cookware. Glass or
ceramic dishes are ideal as they allow the microwaves to penetrate the
food evenly.
ALWAYS use oven gloves when touching the recipients in the oven, as
they will be very hot.
You can improve cooking and grilling, if you use the high rack.
ALWAYS use microwave-safe and oven-proof cookware. Glass or
ceramic dishes are ideal as they allow the microwaves to penetrate the
food evenly.
ALWAYS use oven gloves when touching the recipients in the oven, as
they will be very hot.
You can get better cooking and browning, if you use the low rack.
Open the door. Place the food on the rack best suited to the type of food to
be cooked. Place the rack on the turntable. Close the door.
1. Press the Microwave + Grill (
Result:
) button.
The following indications are displayed:
(microwave & grill combi mode)
600 W (output power)
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Combining microwaves and the grill
Open the door. Place the food on the turntable or on the low rack which
should then be place on the turntable. Close the door.
1. Press the Microwave + Convection (
2. Select the appropriate power level by pressing
the Microwave + Grill (
) button until the
corresponding output power is displayed (300-600
W).
Result:
• You cannot set the temperature of the grill.
3. Set the cooking time by pressing the ( ) and ( )
buttons.
) button.
The following indications are displayed:
(microwave & convection combi
mode)
600W (output power : Switches to the following
temperature mode in 2 seconds)
220 °C (temperature)
2. Select the temperature by pressing the Microwave
+ Convection (
) button.
(Temperature : 220, 200, 180, 160, 140, 100, 40 °C)
• The maximum cooking time is 60 minutes.
4. Press the Start ( ) button.
Result:
3. Set the cooking time by pressing the ( ) and ( )
buttons.
• Combination cooking starts.
• When cooking has finished, the
oven will beep and flash “0” four times. The oven will
then beep one time per minute.
• The maximum cooking time is 60 minutes.
4. Set the appropriate power level by pressing the
Microwave + Convection (
) button until the
corresponding output power is displayed (600, 450,
300, 180, 100 W).
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Using the memory cook feature
5. Press the Start ( ) button.
Result:
• Combination cooking starts.
• The oven is heated to the required
temperature and then microwave cooking continues
until the cooking time is over.
• The display times are 8 seconds for the preset cooking
time and 2 seconds for the preset temperature in
sequence.
Ex) 30 minutes of cooking time at 200 °C
If you often cook or reheat the same types of dishes, you can store the
cooking times and power levels in the oven’s memory, so that you do not
have to reset them each other.
Storing the Settings
1.To programme
the...
Then press the
button...
Once (Display is P)
Twice (Display is P)
Setting
Resetting
2. Set your cooking programme as usual (MW, Grill, MW+Grill, Convection,
MW+Convection)
(displayed for 8 seconds)
(displayed for 2 seconds)
3. Press the Start ( ) button.
• When cooking has finished, the oven will beep and flash
“0” four times. The oven will then beep one time per
minute.
Result:
If you would like to know the current temperature of oven cavity, press
Fast Preheat ( ) button.
Your settings are now stored in the
oven’s memory.
Storing the Settings
First, place the food in the centre of the turntable.
1. Press the
button.
2. Press the Start ( ) button.
Result:
Your settings are now stored in the
oven’s memory.
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Using the deodorize feature
Using the sound on / off
Use this feature after cooking odorous food or when there is a lot of smoke
in the oven interior.
First clean the oven interior.
You can sound on / off whenever you want.
1. Press the Sound On/ Off ( ) buttons.
Result:
The oven does not beep to indicate the
end of a function.
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Press the Deodorize button after you have finished
cleaning. You will hear four beeps.
2. To Sound On / Off back on, Press the Sound On /
Off ( ) buttons again.
The deodorization time has been specified as 5 minutes.
Result:
You can also adjust Deodorize time by pressing the +30s button.
The oven operates normally.
The maximum deodorization time is 60 minutes.
Safety-locking your microwave oven
Your microwave oven is fitted with a special Child Safety programme, which
enables the oven to be “locked” so that children or anyone unfamiliar with it
cannot operate it accidentally.
The oven can be locked at any time.
1. Press the Grill ( ) and Microwave + Convection (
) button at the same time (about three second).
Result:
• The oven is locked.
• The follow indication is display “L”.
2. To unlock the oven, press the Grill ( ) and
Microwave + Convection (
) buttons again at
the same time (about three second).
Result:
The oven can be used normally.
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Cookware guide
Cookware
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.
Care must therefore be taken when choosing the cookware. If the
cookware is marked microwave-safe, you do not need to worry.
The following table lists various types of cookware and indicates whether
and how they should be used in a microwave oven.
Cookware
Aluminum foil
MicrowaveSafe
✓✗
MicrowaveSafe
Comments
✓
Must remove the lid. Suitable for
warming only.
• Dishes
✗
May cause arcing or fire.
Comments
• Freezer bag twist
ties
✗
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.
Paper
• Glass jars
Metal
• Plates, cups,
napkins and Kitchen
paper
✓
For short cooking times and
warming. Also to absorb excess
moisture.
• Recycled paper
✗
May cause arcing.
• Containers
✓
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.
Crust plate
✓
Do not preheat for more than 8
minutes.
China and
earthenware
✓
Porcelain, pottery, glazed
earthenware and bone china are
usually suitable, unless decorated
with a metal trim.
Disposable polyester
cardboard dishes
✓
Some frozen foods are packaged
in these dishes.
• Cling film
Can be used to warm food.
Overheating may cause the
polystyrene to melt.
• Freezer bags
Plastic
Fast-food packaging
• Polystyrene cups
containers
✓
• Paper bags or
newspaper
✗
May catch fire.
• Recycled paper or
metal trims
✗
May cause arcing.
Wax or grease-proof
paper
✓
✓✗
✗
Glassware
• Oven-to-tableware
✓
Can be used, unless decorated
with a metal trim.
• Fine glassware
✓
Can be used to warm foods or
liquids. Delicate glass may break
or crack if heated suddenly.
✓✗
✓
Only if boilable or oven-proof.
Should not be airtight. Prick with a
fork, if necessary.
Can be used to retain moisture
and prevent spattering.
: Recommended
: Use Caution
: Unsafe
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Cooking guide
Cooking Guide for frozen vegetables
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.
MICROWAVES
Food
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.
Food 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.
Portion
Power
Time
(min.)
Standing
Time
(min.)
2-3
Spinach
150 g
600 W
5-6
Broccoli
300 g
600 W
8-9
2-3
Peas
300 g
600 W
7-8
2-3
Green Beans
300 g
600 W
7½-8½
2-3
Mixed
Vegetables
(carrots/peas/
corn)
Mixed
Vegetables
(Chinese style)
300 g
600 W
7-8
2-3
300 g
600 W
7½-8½
2-3
Instructions
Add 15 ml (1
tablespoon)
cold water.
Add 30 ml (2
tbsp.) cold
water.
Add 15 ml (1
tbsp.) cold
water.
Add 30 ml (2
tbsp.) cold
water.
Add 15 ml (1
tbsp.) cold
water.
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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.
Add 15 ml (1
tbsp.) cold
water.
Standing times
After cooking is over food the standing time is important to allow the
temperature to even out within the food.
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Cooking Guide for rice and pasta
Cooking Guide for fresh vegetables
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.
Food
White Rice
(parboiled)
Portion
250 g
Power
900 W
375 g
Brown Rice
(parboiled)
250 g
900 W
375 g
Mixed Rice
(rice + wild
rice)
Mixed Corn
(rice + grain)
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.
All fresh vegetables should be cooked using full microwave power (900 W).
Food
Time
(min.)
Standing Instructions
Time
(min.)
15-16
5
Add 500 ml
cold water.
17½-18½
Add 750 ml
cold water.
20-21
5
Add 500 ml
cold water.
22-23
Add 750 ml
cold water.
16-17
5
Add 500 ml
cold water.
250 g
900 W
250 g
900 W
17-18
5
Add 400 ml
cold water.
250 g
900 W
10-11
5
Add 1000 ml
hot water.
Portion
Time
(min.)
Standing
Time
(min.)
3
Broccoli
250 g
500 g
4½-5
7-8
Brussels
Sprouts
Carrots
250 g
6-6½
3
250 g
4½-5
3
Cauliflower
250 g
500 g
5-5½
7½-8½
3
Courgettes
250 g
4-4½
3
Egg Plants
250 g
3½-4
3
Leeks
Mushrooms
250 g
125 g
250 g
4-4½
1½-2
2½-3
3
3
Instructions
Prepare even sized florets.
Arrange the stems to the
centre.
Add 60-75 ml (5-6 tbsp.)
water.
Cut carrots into even
sized slices.
Prepare even sized florets.
Cut big florets into halves.
Arrange stems to the
centre.
Cut courgettes into slices.
Add 30 ml (2 tbsp.) water
or a knob of butter. Cook
until just tender.
Cut egg plants into small
slices and sprinkle with 1
tablespoon lemon juice.
Cut leeks into thick slices.
Prepare small whole or
sliced mushrooms. Do not
add any water. Sprinkle
with lemon juice. Spice
with salt and pepper.
Drain before serving.
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Food
Portion
Time
(min.)
Standing
Time
(min.)
3
250 g
5-5½
Pepper
250 g
4½-5
3
Potatoes
250 g
500 g
4-5
7-8
3
Turnip
Cabbage
250 g
5½-6
3
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.
Cut onions into slices or
halves. Add only 15 ml (1
tbsp.) water.
Cut pepper into small
slices.
Weigh the peeled
potatoes and cut them
into similar sized halves or
quarters.
Cut turnip cabbage into
small cubes.
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.
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Onions
REHEATING
Instructions
Power levels and stirring
Some foods can be reheated using 900 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).
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.
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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REHEATING LIQUIDS
Reheating Baby Food and Milk
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.
Use the power levels and times in this table as guide lines for reheating.
Food
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.
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.
Portion
Power
Baby food
(vegetables
+ meat)
190 g
600 W
Baby
porridge
(grain +
milk + fruit)
190 g
600 W
Baby milk
100 ml
200 ml
300 W
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.
Time
Standing Instructions
Time
(min.)
30 sec.
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.
20 sec.
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.
30-40 sec.
2-3
Stir or shake well
and pour into a
1 min. to
sterilized glass
1 min. 10
bottle. Place into the
sec.
centre of turntable.
Cook uncovered.
Shake well and
stand for at least
3 minutes. Before
serving, shake
well and check
the temperature
carefully.
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Reheating Liquids and Food
Food
Power
Time
(min.)
Food
Portion
Power
Drinks
(coffee, tea
and water)
150 ml
(1 cup)
250 ml
(2 cups)
900 W
Soup
(chilled)
Time
(min.)
1-1½
Standing
Time
(min.)
1-2
2-2½
450 ml
(3 cups)
3-3½
600 ml
(4 cups)
3½-4
250 g
350 g
450 g
550 g
900 W
2½-3
3-3½
3½-4
4½-5
2-3
Stew (chilled)
350 g
600 W
4½-5½
2-3
Pasta with
sauce
(chilled)
350 g
600 W
3½-4½
3
Instructions
Pour into cups and
reheat uncovered:
1 cup in the centre,
2 cups opposite of
each other, 3 cups
in a circle. Keep in
microwave oven
during standing
time and stir well.
Pour into a deep
ceramic plate or
deep ceramic bowl.
Cover with plastic
lid. Stir well after
reheating. Stir again
before serving.
Put stew in a deep
ceramic plate.
Cover with plastic
lid. Stir occasionally
during reheating
and again before
standing and
serving.
Put pasta (e.g.
spaghetti or
egg noodles) on
a flat ceramic
plate. Cover with
microwave cling
film. Stir before
serving.
Standing
Time
(min.)
3
Filled pasta
with sauce
(chilled)
350 g
600 W
4-5
Plated Meal
(chilled)
350 g
450 g
550 g
600 W
4½-5½
5½-6½
6½-7½
3
Cheese
Fondue
readyto-serve
(chilled)
400 g
600 W
6-7
1-2
Instructions
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.
Plate a meal of 2-3
chilled components
on a ceramic
dish. Cover with
microwave clingfilm.
Put the readyto-serve cheese
fondue in a suitable
sized glass pyrex
bowl with lid. Stir
occasionally during
and after reheating.
Stir well before
serving.
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Portion
Use the power levels and times in this table as a guide lines for reheating.
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DEFROSTING
All frozen food should be defrosted using defrosting power level (180 W).
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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.
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
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:
Flat food defrosts better than thick and smaller quantities
need less time than bigger ones. Remember this hint while
freezing and defrosting food.
For defrosting of frozen food with a temperature of about -18 to -20 °C, use
the following table as a guide.
Standing
Time
(min.)
Instructions
250 g
500 g
250 g
6-7
10-12
7-8
15-30
Place the meat on a flat
ceramic plate. Shield thinner
edges with aluminium
foil. Turn over after half of
defrosting time!
500 g
(2 pcs)
14-15
15-60
1200 g
32-34
First, put chicken pieces
first skin-side down, whole
chicken first breast-sidedown on a flat ceramic
plate. Shield the thinner
parts like wings and ends
with aluminium foil. Turn over
after half of defrosting time!
Fish
Fish fillets
Whole fish
200 g
400 g
6-7
11-13
10-25
Put frozen fish in the middle
of a flat ceramic plate.
Arrange the thinner parts
under the thicker parts.
Shield narrow ends of fillets
and tail of whole fish with
aluminium foil. Turn over
after half of defrosting time!
Fruits
Berries
300 g
6-7
5-10
Spread fruit on a flat, round
glass dish (with a large
diameter).
2 pcs
4 pcs
1-1½
2½-3
5-20
250 g
4-4½
Arrange rolls in a circle or
bread horizontally on kitchen
paper in the middle of
turntable. Turn over after half
of defrosting time!
500 g
7-9
Poultry
Chicken
pieces
Whole
chicken
Should poultry start to warm up on the outer surface, stop thawing and
allow it to stand for 20 minutes before continuing.
Portion Time
(min.)
Bread
Bread rolls
(each ca.
50 g)
Toast/
Sandwich
German bread
(wheat + rye
flour)
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MICROWAVE + GRILL
GRILL
The grill-heating element is located underneath the ceiling of the cavity.
They operate while the door is closed and the turntable is rotating. The
turntable’s rotation makes the food brown more evenly. Preheating the grill
for 4 minutes will make the food brown more quickly.
This cooking mode combines the radiant heat that is coming from the grill
with the speed of microwave cooking. It operates only while the door is
closed and the turntable is rotating. Due to the rotation of the turntable, the
food browns evenly.Three combination modes are available with this model:
600 W + Grill, 450 W + Grill and 300 W + Grill.
Cookware for cooking with microwave + grill
Please use cookware that microwaves can pass through. Cookware should
be flameproof. Do not use metal cookware with combination mode. Do not
use any type of plastic cookware, as it can melt.
Food suitable for grilling:
Chops, sausages, steaks, hamburgers, bacon and gammon rashers, thin
fish portions, sandwiches and all kinds of toast with toppings.
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Cookware for grilling:
Should be flameproof and may include metal. Do not use any type of plastic
cookware, as it can melt.
Food suitable for microwave + grill cooking:
Food suitable for combination mode cooking include all kinds of cooked
food which need reheating and browning (e.g. baked pasta), as well as
foods which require a short cooking time to brown the top of the food. Also,
this mode can be used for thick food portions that benefit from a browned
and crispy top (e.g. chicken pieces, turning them over half way through
cooking). Please refer to the grill table for further details.
Important remark:
Whenever the grill only mode is used, please remember that food must be
placed on the high rack, unless another instruction is recommended.
Important remark:
Whenever the combination mode (microwave + grill) is used, the
food should be placed on the high rack, unless another instruction is
recommended. Please refer to the instructions in the following chart.
The food must be turned over, if it is to be browned on both sides.
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Grill Guide for Fresh Food
Fresh
Food
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Preheat the grill with the grill-function for 2-3 minutes.
Use the power levels and times in this table as guide lines for grilling.
Use oven gloves when taking out.
Fresh
Food
Toast Slices
Grilled
Tomatoes
Portion
Power 1. Side 2. Side
Time
Time
(min)
(min)
4 pcs
Grill
2-3
1-2
(each 25 g)
only
400 g
300 W
5-6
(2 pcs)
+ Grill
TomatoCheese
Toast
4 pcs
(300 g)
300 W
+ Grill
4-5
-
Toast
Hawaii
(ham,
pineapple,
cheese
slices)
Baked
Potatoes
4 pcs
(500 g)
300 W
+ Grill
5-6
-
500 g
600 W
+ Grill
7-8
-
Gratin
Potatoes /
vegetables
(chilled)
450 g
450 W
+ Grill
9-11
-
2 apples
(ca.400 g)
300 W
+ Grill
7-8
-
Baked
Apples
Instructions
Put toast slices side by
side on the high rack.
Cut tomatoes into halves.
Put some cheese on top.
Arrange in a circle in a flat
glass pyrex dish. Place it
on the high rack. Stand
for 2-3 minutes.
Toast the bread slices
first. Put the toast with
topping on the high rack.
Stand for 2-3 minutes
Toast the bread slices
first. Put the toast with
topping on the high rack.
Stand for 2-3 minutes.
Portion
Power 1. Side 2. Side
Time
Time
(min)
(min)
300 W 8-10
6-8
+ Grilll
Chicken
Pieces
500 g
(2 pcs)
Beef
Steaks
(medium)
400 g
(2 pcs)
Grill
only
10-14
8-12
Roast Fish
400-500 g
300 W
+ Grilll
5-7
5½-6½
Instructions
Brush chicken pieces
with oil and spices. Put
them in a circle on the
high rack. After grilling
stand for 2-3 minutes
Brush the beef steaks
with oil. Lay them in a
circle on the high rack.
After grilling stand for
2-3 minutes
Brush skin of whole fish
with oil and add herbs
and spices. Put two
fishes side by side (head
to tail) on the high rack.
After grilling stand for
2-3 minutes.
Cut potatoes into halves.
Put them in a circle on
the high rack with the cut
side to the grill.
Put the fresh gratin into
a small glass pyrex dish.
Put the dish on the high
rack. After cooking stand
for 2-3 minutes.
Core the apples and fill
them with raisins and
jam. Put some almond
slices on top. Put apples
on a flat glass pyrex
dish. Place the dish
directly on the low rack.
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CONVECTION
Convection Guide for fresh and frozen food
Cooking with convection is the traditional and well known method of
cooking food in a traditional oven with hot air.
The heating element and the fan position is at the back-wall, so that the hot
air is circulating.
Preheat the convection with the auto pre-heat function to the desired
temperature.Use the power levels and times in this table as guide lines for
convection cooking.
Use oven gloves when taking out.
Fresh
Food
Food suitable for convection cooking:
All biscuits, individual scones, rolls and cakes should be made by this mode
as well as rich fruit cakes, choux pastry and soufflés.
PIZZA
Frozen
Pizza
(ready
baked)
MICROWAVES +CONVECTION
This mode combines the microwave energy with the hot air and is therefore
reducing the cooking time while giving the food a brown and crispy surface.
Cooking with convection is the traditional and well known method of
cooking food in an oven with hot air circulated by a fan on the back-wall.
PASTA
Frozen
Lasagne
Portion
Power
1. Side 2. Side Instructions
Time
Time
(min)
(min)
300-400 g
450 W +
220 °C
13-15
-
Place the pizza on the
low rack.
After baking stand for
2-3 minutes
400 g
450 W +
220 °C
22-25
-
Put into a suitable sized
glass pyrex dish or leave
in the original packaging
(take care that this is
suitable for microwaves
and oven heat). Put
frozen pasta gratin
on the low rack. After
cooking stand for 2-3
minutes.
1200-1300 g 600 W +
180 °C
20-23
10-13
Brush beef/ lamb with oil
and spice it with pepper,
salt and paprika. Put
it on the low rack, first
with the fat side down.
After cooking wrap in
aluminium foil and stand
for 10-15minutes.
1000-1100 g 450 W +
220 °C
17-22
13-17
Brush chicken with oil
and spices. Put chicken
first breast side down,
second side breast side
up on the low rack.
Stand for 5 minutes.
Cookware for cooking with microwaves + convection:
Should be able to let the microwaves pass through. Should be ovenproof
(like glass, pottery or china without metal trims); similar to the cookware
described under MW + Grill.
Food suitable for microwave + convection cooking:
All kinds of meats and poultry as well as casseroles and gratin dishes,
sponge cakes and light fruit cakes, pies and crumbles, roast vegetables,
scones and breads.
MEAT
Roast
beef/
Roast
Lamb
(medium)
Roast
Chicken
ENGLISH
Cookware for convection cooking:
All conventional ovenproof cookware, baking tins and sheets – anything you
would normally use in a traditional convection oven – can be used.
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ENGLISH
Fresh
Food
BREAD
Fresh
Bread
Rolls
Garlic
Bread
(chilled,
prebaked)
Portion
SPECIAL HINTS
1. Side 2. Side Instructions
Time
Time
(min)
(min)
6 pcs (350 g) 100 W + 8-10
Put bread rolls in a circle
180 °C
on the low rack.
Stand 2-3 minutes.
200 g (1 pc)
CAKE
Apple
Cake
(fresh
dough)
500 g
Mini
Muffins
(fresh
dough)
Power
180 W +
220 °C
8-10
-
-
MELTING BUTTER
Put 50 g butter into a small deep glass dish. Cover with plastic lid.
Heat for 30-40 seconds using 900 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!
Put the chilled baguette
on baking paper on the
low rack.After baking
stand for 2-3 minutes.
MELTING 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.
Only
180°C
38-43
Put the fresh dough
in a small rectangular
black metal baking dish
(length 25 cm). Put the
cake on the low rack.
After baking stand for
5-10 minutes.
12 x 30 g
(350-400 g)
Only
220°C
17-23
-
Fill the fresh dough
evenly in paper muffin
dishes. Put the dishes
on the low rack. After
baking stand for 5
minutes.
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 3½ to 4½ minutes using 900 W,
until glaze/icing is transparent. Stir twice during cooking.
Cookies
(fresh
dough)
200-250 g
Only
200°C
15-20
-
Put the chilled
croissants on baking
paper on the low rack.
Frozen
Cake
1000 g
180 W +
180 °C
18-20
-
Put the frozen cake
directly on the low
rack. After defrost and
warming stand for 1520 minutes.
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 900 W.
Stir several times during cooking. Empty directly into small jam glasses with
twist-off lids. Stand on lid for 5 minutes.
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.
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 6½ to 7½ minutes using 900 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 3½ to 4½ minutes using 600 W.
Let it stand for 2-3 minutes in the oven. Use oven gloves while taking out!
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Storing and Repairing Your Microwave Oven
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
A few simple precautions should be taken when storing or having your
microwave oven serviced.
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 should perform repairs.
ALWAYS ensure that the door seals are clean and the door closes
properly.
NEVER remove the outer casing from the oven. If the oven is faulty and
needs servicing or you are in doubt about its condition:
Failure to maintain the oven in a clean condition could lead to
deterioration of the surface that could adversely affect the of the
appliance and possibly result in a hazardous situation.
ENGLISH
Cleaning your microwave oven
• Unplug it from the wall socket
• Contact the nearest after-sales service centre
1. Clean the outside surfaces with a soft cloth and warm, soapy water.
Rinse and dry.
If you wish to store your oven away temporarily, choose a dry, dust-free
place.
2. Remove any splashes or stains on the inside surfaces or on the roller
ring with a soapy cloth. Rinse and dry.
• Reason : Dust and damp may adversely affect the working parts in
the oven.
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.
4. Wash the dishwasher-safe plate whenever necessary.
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
Clean the microwave oven cavity right after each use with a mild
detergent solution, but let the microwave oven cool down before
cleaning in order to avoid injury.
The instructions for cooking ranges, hobs and ovens shall state that a
steam cleaner is not to be used.
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Technical specifications
ENGLISH
SAMSUNG strives to improve its products at all times. Both the design
specifications and these user instructions are thus subject to change
without notice.
Power source
230 V ~ 50 Hz AC
Power consumption
Maximum power
Microwave
Grill (heating element)
Convection (heating element)
2700 W
1400 W
1250 W
Max. 1850 W
Output power
100 W / 900 W - 6 levels (IEC-705)
Operating frequency
2450 MHz
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Outside
Oven cavity
517 x 460 x 310 mm
358 x 327 x 231.5 mm
Volume
1.0 Cubic feet
Weight
Net
18.0 kg approx
QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS
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