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MICROWAVE OVEN
(COMMERCIAL)
Owner’s Instructions and Cooking Guide
CM1919 (1850 Watt)
CM1619 (1600 Watt)
CM1319 (1300 Watt)
Oven ......................................................................................................2
Using this Instruction Booklet.................................................................2
Safety Precautiones ...............................................................................3
Installing Your Microwave Oven.............................................................4
Cooking / Reheating...............................................................................5
Power Levels and Time Variations.........................................................6
Stopping the Cooking .............................................................................6
Using +20sec Pad ..................................................................................6
Adjusting the Cooking Time ...................................................................7
Using the Defrost Feature ......................................................................7
Error Codes ............................................................................................8
Care of Your Microwave Oven ...............................................................9
Installation Instructions for Stacking.....................................................10
Replacement of Lamp ..........................................................................10
Cookware Guide...................................................................................11
Cooking Guide......................................................................................12
Cleaning Your Microwave Oven...........................................................14
Storing and Repairing Your Microwave Oven......................................15
Technical Specifications.......................................................................15
Code No. : DE68-02446A
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Oven
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Using this Instruction Booklet
OVEN LAMP
OVEN LAMP
COVER
VARIABLE COOKING
POWER CONTROL DIAL
You have just purchased a SAMSUNG microwave oven. Your Owner’s
Instructions contain valuable information on cooking with your
microwave oven:
• Safety precautions
• Suitable accessories and cookware
• Useful cooking tips
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.
TIMER DIAL
DISPLAY
+20sec
BUTTON
CANCEL
BUTTON
START
BUTTON
DOOR
HANDLE
CEILING
COVER
The step-by-step reocedures use two different symbols.
☛
✉
Important
Note
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.
AIR FILTER
DOOR
DOOR
LATCHES
PLATE TRAY
SAFETY
INTERLOCK
HOLES
DISPLAY
TIME DISPLAY
POWER SOURCE
CHECK INDICATOR
(When it shows,
heating does not work)
POWER LEVEL
INDICATORS
DEFROST
INDICATORS
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Safety Precautiones
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.
• 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.Tenga cuidado de no estropear el cable de alimentación.
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.
9. 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.
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.
10. Stand at arm’s length from the oven when opening the door.
Reason: The hot air or steam released may cause scalding.
6. DO NOT touch heating elements or interior oven walls.
Reason: These walls may be hot enough to burn even after cooking has
finished, enen 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.
11. 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.
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
12. You may notice a “Clicking” sound during operation(especially when the oven
is in defrosting).
Reason: This sound is normal when the electrical power output is changing.
13. When the microwave oven is operating without any load, the power will be cut
off automatically for safety. You can operate the oven normally after letting it
stand for over 30 minutes.
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Safety Precautiones (continued)
Installing Your Microwave Oven
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This microwave oven can be placed almost anywhere (kitchen work
surface or shelf, movable trolley, table).
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.
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For your personal safety, this appliance must be:
•
•
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
Properly earthed (3-pin plug)
Plugged into a standard 230 Volt, 50 Hz, AC earthed socket
1. Install the oven on a flat, level, stable surface. Make sure there is adequate
ventilation for your oven by leaving at least 10cm(four inches) of space
behind, on the sides of the oven and 20cm(eight inches) of above.
(For stacking see page 10.)
2. Never block the air vents as the oven may overheat and automatically switch
itself off. It will remain inoperable until it has cooled sufficiently.
3. Remove all packing materials inside the oven.
4. Plug the cable into a 3-pin, earthed socket. If the power cable of this appliance
is damaged, it must be replaced by a special cable as supplied from service
center.
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Be sure to remove the protective film from outer case. The
protective film is on the outer case to prevent scratches. When
installing or before using, be sure to remove it.
Outdoor Use
This microwave oven is not designed for outdoor use.
You should use it indoors only.
During Air Cooling
Do not turn power off while the cooling fan is automatically air-cooling for 1min.
Recommendations
✉
✉
✉
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DO NOT install the microwave oven in hot or damp surroundings.
Example: 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.
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Cooking / Reheating
✉
Make sure the oven is plugged into a properly earthed electrical outlet
and “ON” appears in the display window.
Open the door(The oven lamp will be turned on.).
Put the food into a suitable container, place it in the centre of the oven
and then close the door securely (The oven lamp will go off.).
1. Select the desired power level by rotating the COOKING
POWER CONTROL DIAL.
Result : The selected power level will be displayed in
the display window.
✉
✉
2. Set the desired heating time by rotating the TIMER DIAL.
Result : “ON” blinks and the selected time is displayed
in the display window.
3. Press
Result :
✉
button:
The oven lamp and cooling fan will be turned
on. Heating will start.
The time on digital display will count down.
✉
✉
When all time is elapsed, the end of cycle Beep
Tone will sound 4 times and all heating will stop.
The oven lamp will go off. For 1 min, the display
shows ‘0‘ and the cooling fan will keep working in
order to cool down the interior parts.
During the time, the fan will not stop even when
you open the door. 1 min later it will stop and
“ON” appears again. Food may be removed from
oven whilst the fan is still running.
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4. Open the door and take the food out.
Close the door. The oven lamp will go off.
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Whilst heating, one press on
pad stops the oven. You can restart it
by pressing the
pad or a second press on
pad will cancel the
selected program. When it is NOT in a heating cycle, one tap on
pad cancels the selected program. You can set the power level first
and then the cooking time next, or vice versa. You can press +20sec
button one or more times in order to add the cooking time by 20
seconds.
When heating cycle is completed and you open the door, the oven
lamp automatically turns on and goes off 1 min later.
When you open the door whilst in a heating cycle, the oven stops
operating and the oven lamp automatically turns on for 1 min and
goes off 1 min later. If you leave the oven door open for more than 1
min, the oven beeps once every minute and after 5 min the power
source check indicator ‘ON’ appears in the display window.
When in a heating cycle, you can not change the power level or
heating time. But you can add 20 sec increments using the +20sec
pad. The dial may be rotated but this does not affect the current
operation and the display remains the same. It becomes effective next
time you set the oven manually after you finish the current heating. If
you want to change the current setting, firstly stop the heating by
using CANCEL pad and set desired power level and cooking time
again.
But when you are NOT in a heating cycle, you can change the power
level and heating time. Changed values are promptly shown in the
display.
The oven is designed not to work when power level is set to “0” mode
between the heating mode and the defrosting mode.
When you first plug in the power cord, the oven beeps once and all
the indicators show for 5 sec in the display window.
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Power Levels and Time Variations
Stopping the Cooking
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 the power
levels below.
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
CM1919
Power Level
HIGH ( )
MEDIUM ( )
LOW ( )
HIGH DEFROST (
LOW DEFROST (
CM1619
CM1319
To stop the cooking...
Percen- Output Percen- Output Percen- Output
tage
tage
tage
100 %
70 %
50 %
) 20 %
) 10 %
1850 W
1295 W
925 W
370 W
185 W
100 %
70 %
50 %
25 %
13 %
1600 W
1120 W
800 W
400 W
208 W
100 %
70 %
50 %
30 %
15 %
Temporarily
1300 W
910 W
650 W
390 W
195 W
HIGH ( )
MEDIUM ( )
LOW ( )
HIGH DEFROST (
LOW DEFROST (
✉
Completely
✉
Press the
pad twice.
Result : The cooking settings are
cancelled.
If you want to cancel any cooking settings before starting cooking,
simply press CANCEL( ) once.
Max. Time
)
)
25 min.
40 min.
40 min.
50 min.
50 min.
Using +20sec Pad
This is a ONE TOUCH COOK button.
By touching the button once, you can start heating instantly.
You can increase the cooking time by pressing the +20sec button when
in a heating cycle.
The cooking time increases by 20 seconds at each press on +20sec
button. But it can not exceed the maximum time allowed for the power
level selected.
The maximum time available per power level is shown in the table
above.
A defrosting time can be set up to 50 min. But the time is reduced to
25 min (for HIGH) or 40 min (for MEDIUM or LOW) the moment you
change the current power level (DEFROST) to other level such as
HIGH, MEDIUM or LOW.
Before operating the oven, times can be increased using the
+20sec button. During the operating, time may only be
added by using the +20sec button.
Example: If you set a defrosting time to 45min with the heating mode at
DEFROST and if you change the power level to HIGH, the time will
be automatically reduced to 25min.
✉
Open the door or press
pad once.
Result : Cooking stops.
To resume cooking, close the door and press
again.
The cooking times given in recipes and in this booklet correspond to
the specific power level indicated.
Power Level
Then...
You can set the power level first and the cooking time next, and vice
versa.
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Adjusting the Cooking Time
Using the Defrost Feature
Like traditional cooking, you may find that, depending on the food’s
characteristics or your tastes, you have to adjust the cooking times
slightly. You can:
• Check how cooking is progressing at any time simply by
opening the door
• Close the door
• Increase the remaining cooking time
The Defrost feature enables you to defrost meat, poultry or fish.
☛
Only use containers that are microwave-safe.
Open the door. Place the frozen food in the centre of the plate tray.
Close the door.
1. Press the Variable Cooking Power Control dial to the
DEFROST HIGH ( ) or DEFROST LOW ( ) as you
wish.
Result : The DEFROST indicator appears in the
display.
Before operating the oven, times can be increased/
decreased using either the TIMER dial or +20sec button.
During the operating, time may only be added by using the
+20sec button.
2. Rotate the TIMER dial to set the defrosting time.
✉
3. Press
Result :
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The Maximum time that can be set under
defrosting mode is 50min.
button.
Defrosting begins.
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Error Codes
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Erroe Items
Code
Error Beep
Cause
Remedy
Power
frequency Error
(50/60Hz)
E1
Thermistor
Open Error
E21
One long beep Thermistor Sensor which is supposed to Unplug the power cord and wait for more than 10 seconds. Plug the power cord
again. If the symptom persists, contact the nearest service centre.
for 2 sec
sense the temperature of the cavity
inside does not work properly.
(Thermistor Sensor open)
Thermistor
Short Error
E22
One long beep Thermistor Sensor which is supposed to Unplug the power cord and wait for more than 10 seconds. Plug the power cord
again. If the symptom persists, contact the nearest service centre.
for 2 sec
sense the temperature of the cavity
inside does not work properly.
(Thermistor Sensor short)
Temperature of
exhaust air too
High Error
E3
One long beep The oven cavity gets too hot due to
for 2 sec
excessive operation with no load or small
load, or due to some blocking materials
around the Air Filter or Air Exhaust at the
back of the oven.
One long beep Power frequency is other than 50 Hz.
for 2 sec
Unplug the power cord plug and check if the power frequency is 50 Hz.
Plug the power cord in 50 Hz power source and see If “E1” appears. If the error
code is displayed again even after the correct power source is provided, contact
the nearest service centre.
Open the oven door and check if 1) the oven has been operating with no load or
too small load, 2) the air filter is placed in a wrong position, or 3) any blocking
materials exist around the Air Exhaust. Cool down the oven (for approx. 30 min)
under the normal temperature. The oven is back to normal when the error code
“E3” disappears and “ON” appears again in the display window.
Unplug the power cord, remove the blocking materials around the ventilation
openings, cool down the oven (for approx. 30 min) sufficiently, plug the power
cord in again and check if the error code appears again.
If the symptom persists even when the oven is cooled down sufficiently, contact
the nearest service centre.
HVT-I Power
Error
E41
One long beep The circuitry inside the oven is not
for 2 sec
working correctly.
Unplug the power cord and wait for 10 seconds.
Plug the power cord in again and check if the error code “E41” appears again. If
the symptom persists, contact the nearest service centre.
HVT-II Power
Error
E42
One long beep The circuitry inside the oven is not
for 2 sec
working correctly.
Unplug the power cord and wait for 10 seconds.
Plug the power cord in again and check if the error code “E42” appears again. If
the symptom persists, contact the nearest service centre.
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Care of Your Microwave Oven
Cleaning the Microwave Oven
Cleaning the Air Filter
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1. Unplug the oven from the electrical socket before cleaning.
Clean the Air Filter regularly according to the following instructions.
2. Clean the inside of the oven. Wipe up all spills with a damp cloth. Kitchen
detergent solution may be used if the oven gets too dirty. Do not use harsh
detergents or abrasives.
✉
The oven may have problems when the Air Filter becomes clogged with
dust.
If food remnant or spilled liquids stick to the oven walls, or between
door seal and door surface, they will absorb microwaves possibly
resulting in arcing or sparks.
1. Remove the bolt at both ends of the Air Filter.
2. Lift the Air Filter off the post carefully.
3. Clean the outside of the oven with soap and water, then dry with a soft cloth.
Caution: Make sure that water does not get into the back ventilation or
control panel opening.
3. Wash this filter in warm soapy water.
4. Be sure to replace the Air Filter before using the oven.
4. When you clean the window of the door, be sure to use a soft cloth after
washing with very mild soap and water. Do not use window cleaner as the
front door can be scratched by harsh soap or cleaners.
✉
If the Air Filter becomes clogged with debris, this will cause an
overheating problem on the oven.
Cleaning the Ceiling Cover
1. Hold side stoppers of ceiling cover with both hands and pull them in and down.
Then take the ceiling cover out of the oven cavity.
2. Rinse ceiling cover in soapy water or Food Sanitizer Solution.
3. Be sure to replace the ceiling cover before using the oven.
Caution : Ceiling cover must be in place securely when you use the oven.
When you removed the Ceiling Cover for the purpose of cleaning,
be sure to be extremely careful about the exposed inside
components on the top of the oven cavity. If any of them are
deformed, abnormal symptom can happen such as arcing or sparks
during operation. In case of such problem, contact the nearest
after-sales service centre.
BOLT
Ceiling Cover
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Installation Instructions for Stacking
Replacement of Lamp
Important
Important
1. Remove a screw securing the lamp cover.
✉
1. Disconnect the power cord from the wall socket before attempting installation.
2. For stacking installation, you must use the “bracket plate” which is enclosed
with this unit.
You don’t need to remove outer panel to replace lamp.
2. Remove the lamp by rotating it clockwise.
3. Replace with a new lamp by rotating it counter-clockwise.
3. The maximum stacking height is two units.
✉
Stacking the two units is limited to the following models.
CAUTION: Be sure the oven cavity is empty.
Lamp
Cover
Outer
Panel
Installation
1. Stack two units together.
2. Remove 6 screws as shown in the figure.
3. Place the Bracket-plate to join the two units.
4. Attach and tighten 6 screws as shown in the figure here.
5. Ensure the top oven is at a safe and workable height.
Screw
Bracket-Plate
10
Lamp Holder
Lamp
(230V 25W)
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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.
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
Microwave- Comments
Safe
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.
China and earthenware
✓
Porcelain, pottery, glazed earthenware
and bone china are usually suitable,
unless deco-rated with a metal trim.
Disposable polyester
cardboard dishes
✓
Some frozen foods are packaged in
these dishes.
Fast-food packaging
• Polystyrene cups
containers
•
•
Paper bags or
newspaper
Recycled paper or
metal trims
Glassware
• Oven-to-table
ware
• Fine glassware
•
Metal
•
•
✓
✗
Can be used to warm food.
Overheating may cause the
polystyrene to melt.
May catch fire.
✗
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.
✓
Glass jars
✓
Dishes
Freezer bag twist
ties
✗
✗
Paper
•
•
Plates, cups,
napkins and
Kitchen paper
Recycled paper
Plastic
• Containers
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✗
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.
Cling film
✓
•
Freezer bags
✓✗
✓
✓✗
✗
May cause arcing or fire.
For short cooking times and warming.
Also to absorb excess moisture.
•
Wax or grease-proof paper
✓
: Recommended
: Use Caution
: Unsafe
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✓
Can be used to retain moisture and
prevent spattering.
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Cooking Guide
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F : Frozen
Recipe
C : Chilled
Method
Power
Level
Timing
Stand
1850W 1600W 1300W Time
Recipe
BREAD & PASTRIES
Method
SNACK & STARTERS
To Defrost
To Reheat
Vienna Baton 9" F
DEFROST 0'45"
1( )
0'50"
0'50"
5 mins
Sausages
Cumberland F
Place on
plate
Vienna Baton 9" X
2F
DEFROST 1'10"
1( )
1'15"
1'20"
5 mins
Full breakfast C
Cover
Gateaux, ind. Slice Place on
F
plate
DEFROST 2'30"
2( )
2'40"
DEFROST 3'00"
1( )
HIGH
0'40"
3'00"
3'00"
1 min
0'45"
0'50"
1 min
0'15"
0'15"
1 min
2'50"
5 mins
To warm
Quiche 11" sliced
136g
0'10"
Fruit pie F
Place on
plate
HIGH
0'40"
0'45"
0'45"
1 min
Croissant X 2 F
Place on
plate
HIGH
0'05"
0'10"
0'10"
1 min
Pastry, baked 227g Place on
C
plate
HIGH
0'45"
0'55"
1'00"
1 min
HIGH
0'45"
0'55"
1'00"
1 min
Chicken &
mushroom pie X 2
C
Remove foil.
Place on
plate
Chicken &
mushroom pie C
HIGH
Place on
plate, remove
foil
MED
2'00"
2'10"
2'20"
2 mins
MED
2'30"
2'40"
2'50"
1 min
Beefburgers F
HIGH
0'55"
1'05"
1'10"
1 min
Chickenburger F
HIGH
0'55"
1'05"
1'10"
1 min
Donner kebab 162g F
HIGH
1'00"
1'10"
1'20"
1 min
Hot Dog F
Place on
plate
Mince pies ind. X 2 Remove from HIGH
F
tin foil Place
on plate
HIGH
1'00"
1'10"
1'20"
1 min
Place on
plate
LOW
2'30"
2'45"
3'00"
2 mins
Chargrilled ribs 200g Place on
F
plate
MED
3'30"
3'45"
4'00"
1 min
Wings of fire X 6 F
Arrange on
plate, thin
parts to
center
HIGH
2'00"
2'15"
2'30"
1 min
Baked Beans 500g
Cover and
Stir half way
HIGH
2'00"
2'10"
2'20"
2 mins
Baked Beans 250g
Cover and
Stir half way
HIGH
1'00"
1'05"
1'10"
2 mins
Apple Crumble 200g
F
Cover in dish HIGH
1'20"
1'30"
1'40"
2 mins
Christmas Pudding
150g C
Place in bowl HIGH
0'20"
0'25"
0'30"
2 mins
2 mins
Pizza 190g F
DESSERTS
To warm
0'30"
0'40"
0'45"
1 min
SNACK & STARTERS
To cook
Bacon, rasher C
Power
Timing
Stand
Level 1850W 1600W 1300W Time
Place on rack HIGH
1'30"
1'40"
1'50"
1 min
Jam Roly Poly 80g F On a plate
HIGH
1'00"
1'05"
1'10"
Crepes Suzette 2 F
HIGH
0'50"
1'00"
1'10"
1 min
HIGH
HIGH
0'35"
0'40"
1'05"
0'50"
1'30"
1'00"
2 mins
2 mins
HIGH
HIGH
0'35"
0'40"
1'05"
0'45"
1'30"
0'45"
2 mins
2 mins
Pierce film
Eggs, poached X 2 Place in
C
ramekins
HIGH
0'30"
0'40"
0'45"
1 min
Suet Sponge pudding X 2
F
X1
Eggs, scrambled
X2 C
Beat eggs
and place in
bowl
HIGH
25"30"
30"40"
35"45"
1 min
Sponge pudding F
Sausages X 2
Thick C
Pierce
MED
1'00"
1'10"
1'20"
2 mins
12
X2
X1
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Cooking Guide (continued)
F : Frozen
Recipe
C : Chilled
Method
Power
Level
GB
Timing
Stand
1850W 1600W 1300W Time
Recipe
RECIPE DISH ENTREES
Method
Power
Timing
Stand
Level 1850W 1600W 1300W Time
FRESH VEGETABLES
To Reheat
To cook 500g
Amorini & Stilton
bake C
Place in
microwave
safe dish
HIGH
3'30"
3'40"
3'50"
1 min
Chicken Tikka
masala F
Pierce film
HIGH
3'20"
3'30"
3'40"
2 mins
Thai Green
Chicken curry F
Pierce film
HIGH
3'00"
3'15"
3'30"
2 mins
Chilli con Carne F
Pierce film
HIGH
3'30"
3'45"
4'00"
2 mins
Chicken cooked
1/2 Chilled
Place in m/w MED
in pierced bag
4'30"
5'00"
5'30"
Lasagne 192g
Place in
microwave
safe dish
MED
4'00"
4'15"
Moules Marinieres
466g F
Pierce bag
HIGH
2'30"
Salmon & Avacodo Pierce bag
Paupiette C
HIGH
Shepherd's pie
300g C
Suet puddings
chilled
Beans, green sliced
60ml/4tbsps
water cover
HIGH
3'00"
3'15"
3'30"
2 mins
Brocolli, florets
60ml/4tbsps
water cover
HIGH
3'00"
3'15"
3'30"
2 mins
Cabbage, shredded
10tbsps water HIGH
cover
5'00"
5'30"
6'00"
2 mins
Carrots, sliced
60ml/4tbsps
water cover
HIGH
3'30"
3'45"
4'00"
2 mins
2 mins
Cauliflower, florets
60ml/4tbsps
water cover
HIGH
3'30"
3'45"
4'00"
2 mins
4'30"
2 mins
Whole Green beans
60ml/4tbsps
water cover
HIGH
3'30"
3'45"
4'00"
2 mins
Potatoes, jacket
Turn half way HIGH
10'00” 11'00” 12'00” 5 mins
2'45"
3'00"
2 mins
Sprouts
60ml/4tbsps
water cover
HIGH
4'30"
4'45"
5'00"
2 mins
2'30"
2'45"
3'00"
2 mins
Beans, green sliced
HIGH 3'00"
3'15"
3'30"
2 mins
Place in oven MED
and cover
3'00"
3'15"
3'30"
2 mins
Cover, stir
half way
through
cooking
Cover - place LOW
upright on
microwave
safe plate
4'00"
4'20"
4'40"
2 mins
Beans, whole
Cover, stir
half way
HIGH 4'00"
4'15"
4'30"
2 mins
Brocolli Florets
Cover, stir
half way
HIGH 4'00"
4'15"
4'30"
2 mins
Cabbage, shredded
Cover, stir
half way
HIGH 4'00"
4'15"
4'30"
2 mins
Carrot batons
Cover, stir
half way
HIGH 4'00"
4'15"
4'30"
2 mins
Cauliflower, florets
Cover, stir
half way
HIGH 4'00"
4'15"
4'30"
2 mins
Corn on the Cob
Cover
5'00"
2 mins
Cover, stir
half way
HIGH 4'00"
HIGH 5'00"
4'30"
Corn, whole baby
5'15"
5'30"
2 mins
Mushrooms, whole
Cover, stir
half way
HIGH 3'00"
3'15"
3'30"
2 mins
Supreme of chicken Pierce bag
DEFROST 5'00"
in red pesto 312g F place on plate 1( )
HIGH
3'30"
5'00"
5'00"
3'45"
4'00"
Tagliatelle
carbonara C
1'40"
2'00"
2'20"
1 min
Pierce film,
HIGH
place on plate
1 min
Tortellini formaggio Place in dish
C
and cover
HIGH
2'00"
2'15"
2'30"
1 min
Vegetable
Cumberland Pie C
HIGH
3'20"
3'35"
3'50"
1 min
Plated Meal 350g C Covered
HIGH
2'00"
2'15"
2'30"
1 min
Plated Meal 700g C Covered
HIGH
3'00"
3'15"
3'30"
1 min
Place in
microwave
safe dish
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Cooking Guide (continued)
GB
F : Frozen
Recipe
Cleaning Your Microwave Oven
The following parts of your microwave oven should be cleaned
regularly to prevent grease and food particles from building up:
C : Chilled
Method
Power
Level
Timing
Stand
1850W 1600W 1300W Time
•
•
•
FRESH VEGETABLES
To cook 500g
Potatoes, jacket
230~290g X 1
HIGH
3'00"
Potatoes, Mashed X 2
Potatoes, Mashed X 4
HIGH
HIGH
6'00" 6'30" 7'00" 2 mins
10'00" 11'15" 12'30" 2 mins
Ratatouille 500g
HIGH
3'30"
4'00"
4'30"
2 mins
Cover, stir
half way
HIGH
3'00"
3'30"
4'00"
2 mins
Rice, boiled F
Cover, stir
half way
HIGH
3'00"
3'15"
3'30"
2 mins
Rice, Pilau F
Cover, stir
half way
HIGH
3'00"
3'15"
3'30"
2 mins
Sprouts
4'00"
4'30"
2 mins
☛
Inside and outside surfaces
Door and door seals
Plate tray
ALWAYS ensure that the door seals are clean and the door
closes properly.
1. Clean the outside surfaces with a soft cloth and warm, soapy water.
Rinse and dry.
2. Remove any splashes or stains on the inside surfaces with a soapy cloth.
Rinse and dry.
RICE, 500g
To Reheat
3. To loosen hardened food particles and remove smells, place a cup of diluted
lemon juice on the plate tray and heat for three minutes at maximum power.
✉
✉
✉
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:
•
•
✉
14
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 .
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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.
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.
SAMSUNG strives to improve its products at all times. Both the design GB
specifications and these user instructions are thus subject to change
without notice.
CM1619
Output power
Unplug it from the wall socket
Contact the nearest after-sales service centre
3200 W
3000 W
2600 W
1850 W
(IEC-705)
1600W
(IEC-705)
1300W
(IEC-705)
Operating frequency
2, 450 MHz
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Outside
Oven cavity
464 x 368 x 557 mm
370 x 190 x 370 mm
Volume
26 litre
Weight
Net
32 Kg approx.
464
CM1319
230 V ~ 50 Hz
Power consumption
Microwave
NEVER remove the outer casing from the oven. If the oven is
faulty and needs servicing or you are in doubt about its condition:
•
•
CM1919
Power source
43
557
530
26
1000
368
☛
Model
10
15
444
486
514
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