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Operating Instructions
Commercial Microwave Convection Oven
Model No.
NE-SCV2
NE-SCV2
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product.
Please read these instructions completely before operating this oven and keep for future reference.
Before using this product, please pay extra attention to “Important Safety Instructions”
(pages 4–9).
Contents
This product is an equipment that fulfills the European standard for EMC disturbances
(EMC = Electromagnetic Compatibility) EN 55011. According to this standard this product is an equipment of
group 2, class B and is within required limits. Group 2 means that radio-frequency energy is intentionally
generated in the form of electromagnetic radiation for warming and cooking of food. Class B means that this
product may be used in normal household areas.
Page
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Types of Container to Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Cooking Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Basic Usage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Cooking Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Parts of your Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Instruction for Stacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
How to Operate the Touch Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Cooling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Preheating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Manual Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Convection Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Grill Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Convection-and-Grill Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Convection-and-Microwave Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Grill-and-Microwave Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Cooking in Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Memory Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
How to Save Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
How to Delete Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
How to Modify Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
How to Set the Memory Number Figure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Cooking with a Saved Cooking Programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Care of your Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Manufactured by: Panasonic Corporation, 1006 Oaza Kadoma,
Kadoma City, Osaka, Japan
Importer: Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Panasonic Testing Centre,
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg,
Germany
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Sound pressure level is less than
70 dB (A weighted).
Regular Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Common Queries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
When to Call a Service Agent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
SD Memory Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Information on Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
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Important Safety Instructions
INSTALLATION
EXAMINE YOUR OVEN
Unpack the oven, remove all packing material, and examine the oven for any
damage such as dents, broken door latches or cracks in the door. Notify the dealer
immediately if the unit is damaged. DO NOT install it if the unit is damaged.
EARTHING
IMPORTANT: FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS OVEN MUST BE PROPERLY
EARTHED.
When an outlet is not earthed, it is personal responsibility and obligation of the
customer to have it replaced with a properly earthed outlet.
VOLTAGE AND POWER WARNING
The voltage used must be the same as specified on the oven. Using another
voltage than that which is specified is dangerous, and may result in a fire or other
type of accident causing damage. Do not plug your oven in via an extension cable
as this can be dangerous. The back of the oven heats up during use. Do not allow
the cord to be in contact with the back of the oven or cabinet surface.
PLACEMENT OF THE OVEN
Locate the oven on a surface which is flat and stable. The oven is freestanding
type and shall not be placed in a cabinet. Do not place the oven in a hot or damp
place; e.g. near a gas or electric range. Do not operate the oven when the room
temperature is higher than 40°C and/or the humidity is more than 85%. Free airflow
around the oven is important. There is a possibility of a small amount of
interference with weak broadcast signals if the oven is too close to a radio or TV.
For safe and efficient operation, the oven must have sufficient air flow to the air
vents i.e. at least 10 cm at both sides, 3 cm at the rear and 20 cm at the top. The
front side must not be blocked. Do not install the oven at 150 cm or more above the
floor. Doing so may result in danger of burns. Only a combination of same models
are allowed when stacking. Oven must be placed for easy access to control panel
and door and also, for disconnect power or shut off power by fuse or circuit
breaker.
An external equipotential bonding conductor is provided at the back side of the
oven and it is marked by this symbol.
WARNING
1. If the door or door seals are damaged, the oven must not be operated until it
has been repaired by a competent person.
2. The contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars must be stirred or shaken
and the temperature checked before consumption, in order to avoid burns.
3. Liquids and other foods must not be heated in sealed containers since they are
liable to explode.
4. Microwave heating of beverages can result in delayed eruptive boiling,
therefore care must be taken when handling the container.
5. 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.
6. Floor at adjacent to the oven may be slippery, care should be taken.
7. Oven must be disconnected from their power supply during cleaning or
maintenance and when replacing parts.
8. To avoid scalding, do not use loaded containers with liquids or cooking goods
which becomes fluid by heating in higher levels than those which can be easily
observed.
9. Accesible parts may become hot during use. Young children should be kept
away.
OAlways follow “Types of Container to Use”. (p.10)
20 cm
20 cm
3 cm
Less than
150 cm
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10 cm
10 cm
Less than
150 cm
3 cm
10 cm
10 cm
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Important Safety Instructions
CAUTION
 1.To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, fire, injury to persons or excessive
microwave energy, read all instructions before using oven.
 2.In order to maintain the high quality of the magnetron tubes and other
components, you are requested not to turn the oven on with no food inside.
 3.High voltages are present inside the cabinet. Repairs and adjustments should
be done only by qualified service personnel.
 4.This oven requires free airflow in the back and front for maximum cooling
efficiency. You should keep the air vents clear while cooking.
 5.Do not dry clothes in the oven since there is a possibility of the clothes burning
if left in the oven for too long of a time.
 6.Use this oven only for its intended use as described in this manual.
 7.Do not use this oven or accessories, if they are not working properly, or if they
have been damaged or dropped.
 8.Do not use outdoors.
 9.Do not immerse cord or plug in water.
10.Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
11.Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter.
12.To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity:
a) Do not overcook food. Carefully attend oven if paper, plastic, or other
combustible materials are placed inside the oven to facilitate cooking.
b) Remove wire twist-ties from bags before placing bag in oven.
c) If materials inside the oven should ignite, keep oven door closed, unplug the
oven, or shut off power at the fuse or circuit breaker panel.
OAlways follow “Types of Container to Use”. (p.10)
13.Do not store flammable materials next to, on top of, or in the oven.
It could be a fire hazard.
14.Do not overturn or drop this oven or accessories. Doing so may cause injury,
electric shock, or microwave leakage.
15.Do NOT use this oven to heat chemicals or other non-food products. Do NOT
clean this oven with any product that is labelled as containing corrosive
chemicals. The heating of corrosive chemicals in this oven may cause
microwave radiation leaks.
16.Do not use your oven for home canning or the heating of any closed jar.
Pressure will build up and the jar may explode. In addition, the oven cannot
maintain the food at the correct canning temperature. Improperly canned food
may spoil and be dangerous to consume.
17.Do not attempt to deep fat fry in your oven.
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18.Potatoes, apples, egg yolks, whole squash and sausages are examples of
foods with nonporous skins. This type of food must be pierced before cooking,
to prevent bursting.
19.When reheating babies bottles always remove top and teat. Liquid at the top of
the bottle will be much hotter than at the bottom and must be shaken
thoroughly before checking the temperature. The lid must also be removed
from babies food jars, the contents must also be stirred or shaken before the
temperature is checked.
OAlways follow “Types of Container to Use”. (p.10)
20.The door seals and door seal areas should be cleaned with a damp cloth.
21.If smoke is observed, turn off or unplug the oven and keep the door closed in
order to stifle any flames.
22.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.
23.Before use, the user should check that utensils are suitable for use in the oven.
24.When heating liquids, e.g. soup, sauces and beverages in your oven,
overheating the liquid beyond boiling point can occur without evidence of
bubbling. This could result in a sudden boil over the hot liquid. To prevent this
possibility the following steps should be taken:
a) Avoid using straight-sided containers with narrow necks.
b) Do not overheat.
c) Stir the liquid before placing the container in the oven and again halfway
through cooking time.
d) After heating, allow to stand in the oven for a short time, stirring again before
carefully removing the container.
25.When heating food in plastic or paper containers, keep an eye on the oven due
to the possibility of ignition.
OAlways follow “Types of Container to Use”. (p.10)
26.The oven is intended for heating food and beverages. Drying of food or clothing
and heating of warming pads, slippers, sponges, damp cloth and similar may
lead to risk of Injury, ignition or fire.
27.Eggs in their shell and whole hard-boiled eggs should not be heated in ovens
since they may explode, even after microwave heating has ended.
28.This oven can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons
with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and
knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of
the oven in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not
play with the oven. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
29.The oven should not be cleaned with a water jet.
30.The oven should not be cleaned with a steam cleaner.
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Important Safety Instructions
31.Electromagnetic fields can present a possible danger. We would recommend
that people using a heart pacemaker avoid proximity to these fields.
32.When the oven is not in use, it is recommended that items are removed.
If left inside and the switch is accidentally activated, there is potential for
damage to occur.
33.During service and/or replacement of parts, the oven should be disconnected
from the power supply. Once the plug is removed, it should remain visible to the
service operator to avoid inadvertent reconnection.
34.The oven should be cleaned regularly and any food deposits removed.
35.Do not heat with oil from the leftover food or the food left in the accessories in
the oven cavity. Doing so may generate sparks and cause fire or smoking.
36.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.
37.Do not use metalware, ceramics trimmed with gold or silver, or any container
with a metal content when cooking with the microwave. ONLY THE
PROVIDED WIRE RACK CAN BE USED.
38.It is recommended to use personal protection equipment in case of spreading
hot food stuff.
39.Exterior oven surfaces, including air vents on the cabinet and the oven door will
get hot during use. Take care when opening or closing door and when inserting
or removing food and accessories.
The oven has heaters situated in the top and back of the oven.
After use, the roof, walls and floor will be very hot.
40.Take caution when removing the hot accessories after cooking. It may cause
burn. Use oven gloves.
41.Take caution when rapidly cooling the hot accessories after cooking. It may
cause burn with steam or airborne droplets. It may also cause injury by the
accessories breaking.
42.It is essential reheated food is served “piping hot”. Always check before serving
and if in doubt return food to oven for further heating.
All temperatures provided are for guidance only. Local legislation of food
temperature requirements should be applied, to ensure a safe temperature has
been reached before serving any food.
43.The standing time is essential for foods cooked or reheated by CONVECTIONAND-MICROWAVE, or GRILL-AND-MICROWAVE. During the standing time,
heat will continue to conduct to the centre to cook the food completely.
The denser the food, the longer the standing time. Reheated foods also require
a standing time.
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44.Follow specific instructions in this guide for proper use of oven accessories and
cookware. Failure to do so could damage the oven. Take care when removing
food and/or accessories from the oven.
45.When the oven has finished operating, the fan motor will continue to rotate in
order to cool the electric components. This is normal and food can still be
removed from the oven during this cooling period. Do not remove the plug or
turn off the breaker.
USING YOUR OVEN
Do not store any objects inside the oven in case it is accidentally turned on. In case
of electronic failure, the oven can be turned off at wall outlet.
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR OVEN
If your oven should require a service, please contact +44 344 844 3899 (UK) /
+353 012 898 333 (IR) and we will provide details of an appropriate service agent.
Do not attempt to make any adjustments or repairs to any part of the oven. (Phone
numbers are subject to change without notice.)
WARRANTY: 12 months on-site warranty for the United Kingdom is included in the
purchase price of this product.
WHEN THE HEATER IS TURNED ON FOR THE FIRST TIME
You may detect smoke or a harsh odour. This is normal and is caused by the
burning off of the oil that is used to protect the oven cavity.
You may prefer to perform a blank baking as described below if you find this
unpleasant;
1. Place the supplied Base Plate Liner, Ceramic Tray and Wire Rack into the
oven. (p.17)
2. Select Manual and preheat the oven at 280°C for 20 minutes. (p.28)
3. Once this operation is completed, open then close the door and press the Stop/
Reset pad to return to the initial screen.
OAlways ventilate when performing a blank baking.
OThere is no food sanitation issues even if you use the oven without performing a
blank baking first.
Panasonic Corporation makes no warranties of any kind, either express or
implied, including but not limited to warranties of merchantability, fitness for a
particular purpose, of title, or of non-infringement of third party rights. Use of the
product by a user is at the user’s risk. All cooking settings are for guidance only
and should be altered depending on the initial state, temperature, moisture and
type of food. Depending on the characteristics of the food, cooking times and
power levels may need to be adjusted. Prior to service of food ensure it has
reached a safe temperature.
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Types of Container to Use
CONVECTION-AND-MICROWAVE/
GRILL-AND-MICROWAVE
Cooking Modes
How to Cooking
Convection
As these programmes use microwaves and heat (CONVECTION or GRILL), you must choose the container
carefully.
DO USE:Ceramics, Heat Resistant glass eg. Pyrex®
OOAs for metal, ONLY THE PROVIDED WIRE RACK CAN BE USED.
DO NOT USE:
Plastics, Cling film, Metal, Metal skewers, Aluminum foils, Silicon, Lacquerware, Glass without
heat resistance, Paper, Wood, Wicker
A convection heater (circulation fan heater) circulates heat throughout
the oven cavity and cooks food fully while controlling the set
temperature. (p.29)
Heater
Grill
A grill heater provides heat and a circulation fan operates to distribute
the heat throughout the oven cavity.
Every surface of the food is well-cooked. (p.30)
CONVECTION/GRILL/CONVECTION-AND-GRILL
DO USE:Ceramics, Heat Resistant glass eg. Pyrex®, Metal, Metal skewers, Aluminum foil
DO NOT USE:
Plastics, Cling film, Silicon, Lacquerware, Glass without heat resistance, Paper, Wood,Wicker
Heater
Convection-and-Grill
MICROWAVE
OOYou can use microwave only cooking at Step 2 and Step 3 in Cooking in Steps. (pp.34–35)
DO USE:Ceramics, Heat Resistant glass eg. Pyrex®, Plastics/Cling film/Silicon with heat resistance of
180°C or higher
OOAs for metal, ONLY THE PROVIDED WIRE RACK CAN BE USED.
OOYou can not use any dish with METAL PATTERN or TRIM.
Both convection heater (circulation fan heater) and grill heater circulate
heat in the oven cavity while controlling the temperature.
Cooks the food throughout while browning on the surface. (p.31)
Heater
Microwave
DO NOT USE:
Metal, Metal skewers, Aluminum foil, Plastics with heat resistance less than 180°C, Polyethylene,
Melamine, Phenol, Urea resin, Lacquerware, Glass without heat resistance, Paper, Wood, Wicker
OOPlease observe the heatproof temperature described in the package when using heat-resistant cooking
sheet or parchment paper, etc.
Cooking Modes
Microwave
OOYou can use microwave only cooking at Step 2 and Step 3 in
Cooking in Steps. (pp.34–35)
Applies microwaves to the food causing the molecules in the food to
strongly collide and give rise to heating by friction.
As a result, the food is heated about the same on the surface and
inside.
Convection-and-Microwave
Heater+Microwave
Combined cooking with convection heater (circulation fan heater) and
microwave.
A convection heater circulates heat throughout the oven cavity with
controlling the set temperature while the microwave heats the food fully.
The cooking time is reduced. (p.32)
Grill-and-Microwave
Heater+Microwave
Combined cooking with grill heater and microwave.
A grill heater adds heat while a microwave heats the food, and
additionally a circulation fan operates to give the entire surface a crisp
finish.
The cooking time is reduced. (p.33)
OOIllustrations are images. The accessories to be used differ depending on the cooking mode.
About the arrows in the illustration
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Convection Heater
Grill Heater
Fan only
Microwave
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Basic Usage
You can cook in a cooking mode suitable for the application.
Select
Convection
Memory
or
Manual Convection-and-Grill
Grill-and-Microwave
(p.31)
(p.33)
(p.29)
Heater
Heater+Microwave
Heater
Grill
Convection-and-Microwave
(p.30)
Manual cooking
Step 1 only cooking
Heater
(p.32)
OOMicrowave only cooking
is not possible in Step 1.
Heater+Microwave
OOIllustrations are images. The accessories to be used differ depending on the cooking mode.
Fan Speed
OOThe fan circulates the heat of the heater throughout the entire oven to brown food and give a
crisp finish to the surface.
OOThe fan speed can be set from 30% to 100% when cooking other than the microwave. Adjust
it depending on the food.
QQFan speed guide
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
Dries the food quickly and
makes the surface crispy
Bake gently
Gives the surface a crispy finish
Cooking in steps
6 types* of cooking modes can be combined up to 3 continuous steps. *Step 1: 5 types
Step 1
ex.: Convection 280°C, Fan speed 100%, Microwave P5, 1 min
Step 2
ex.: Microwave P4, 50 sec
Step 3
ex.: Grill High, Fan speed 30%, 30 sec
QQMaximum power
and cooking
time for
Convection-andMicrowave/Grilland-Microwave
cooking
(p.34)
Memory
cooking
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Saving a cooking programme to the memory
Up to 100 kinds (default setting) of cooking programmes can be saved to the memory.
[You can also set 10 kinds or 1000 kinds. (p.40)]
The saved cooking programme can be used to achieve the same cooking. (p.41)
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Cooking Chart
Cooking time is just a guide. Adjust depending on the kind of food and the start temperature.
OOThis oven is designed for reheating already cooked foods.
OOPanasonic Corporation makes no warranties of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited
to warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, of title, or of non-infringement of third party
rights. Use of the product by a user is at the user’s risk. All cooking settings are for guidance only and should
be altered depending on the initial state, temperature, moisture and type of food. Depending on the
characteristics of the food, cooking times and power levels may need to be adjusted. Prior to service of food
ensure it has reached a safe temperature. Oil from the food may cause failure.
OOPlease set the provided Base Plate Liner, Ceramic Tray, Wire Rack and additionally other accessories
suitable for the intended cooking mode in the oven before starting preheating, except Oven Sheet and
Paddle.
OOIf the fan speed is high, foods on the surface may be scattered. In this case, please lower the fan speed.
ORefer
O
to “Accessories” (p.16) for details on how to use the accessories before cooking.
QReheat
Menu
Start Quantity Accessory/ Preheat
Temp. (Weight) Other Utensil Temp. Step Conv
Fan
Grill
MW
Time
Total
Time
Cottage/
Shepherds
Pie
Chilled
Ceramic Plate
1 serv.
(white)/
280°C
(300 g)
Oven Sheet
Meat pie
Chilled
Ceramic Plate
1 piece
(white)/
280°C
(250 g)
Oven Sheet
1
2
Programme
Total
Time
Fan
Grill
MW
Time
100%
LOW
P8
2 min
280°C 100%
OFF
P4
40%
40%
40%
OFF
P6 2 min
P4 40 sec 3 min
OFF
1
220°C
2
220°C
3
220°C
OFF
OFF
2 min
50
sec
50 sec
OFF 20 sec
Chilled
Ceramic Plate
1 piece
(white)/
280°C
(100 g)
Oven Sheet
1
280°C 100%
OFF
P6
30 sec
2
280°C 100%
OFF
P4
30 sec
Pasta Bake/
Macaroni
Chilled
Cheese
Ceramic Plate
1 serv.
(white)/
280°C
(300 g)
Oven Sheet
1
100%
LOW
P8
2 min
280°C 100%
OFF
P4
2 min
50
sec
50 sec
Sausage roll Chilled
Ceramic Plate
1 piece
(white)/
280°C
(135 g)
Oven Sheet
1
OFF
100%
LOW
P8
50 sec 50 sec
Quiche
(slice)
2
OFF
1 min
Toast
Room
temp.
Ceramic Plate
2 slices
(white)/
280°C
(55 g
Parchment
each)
Paper
1
OFF
100%
HIGH OFF 50 sec 50 sec
Wrap
Chilled
Ceramic Plate
1 piece
(white)/
280°C
(165 g)
Oven Sheet
1
OFF
90%
LOW
P8
1 min 1 min
10 sec 10 sec
Toasted
bagel
Room
temp.
1 slice
(80 g)
Ceramic Plate
(white)/
280°C
Oven Sheet
1
OFF
100%
HIGH
P6
40 sec 40 sec
Waffles
Room
temp.
2 pieces Ceramic Plate
(25 g (white)/
280°C
each) Oven Sheet
1
OFF
50%
LOW
P8
25 sec 25 sec
Croissant
Room
temp.
Ceramic Plate
1 piece
(white)/
280°C
(70 g)
Oven Sheet
1
OFF
80%
LOW
P8
20 sec 20 sec
Apple Pie
(slice)
Chilled
Ceramic Plate
1 piece
(white)/
280°C
(140 g)
Oven Sheet
1
280°C 100%
OFF
P6
45 sec 45 sec
1
280°C
80%
OFF
P6
55 sec
Pain au
chocolate
Room
temp.
1
OFF
80%
LOW
P7
20 sec 20 sec
2
OFF
100%
LOW
P4
10 sec
Ceramic Plate
1 piece
(white)/
280°C
(65 g)
Oven Sheet
Chocolate
brownie
(reheat)
Chilled
Ceramic Plate
1 piece
(white)/
280°C
(40 g)
Oven Sheet
1
220°C
60%
OFF
P6
25 sec 25 sec
Panini
Toastie
Croque
monsieur
Chilled
Cornish
Pasty
1 piece
(170 g)
Ribbed Plate
(black)/
Parchment
Paper
Ribbed Plate
(black)/
Parchment
Paper
280°C
1 min
5 sec
1
OFF
100%
LOW
P8
1 min
5 sec
2
OFF
100%
HIGH
P4
10 sec
Chilled
Ceramic Plate
1 piece
(white)/
280°C
(190 g)
Oven Sheet
1
OFF
100%
HIGH
P6
30 sec
2
OFF
100%
HIGH
P4
30 sec
1
OFF
100%
LOW
P8
1 min
Frozen
Ceramic Plate
1 piece (white)/
(335 g) Parchment
Paper
2
OFF
100%
HIGH
P4
1
OFF
80%
LOW
P8
1 min
2
OFF
90%
HIGH
P4
45 sec
P6
1 min 1 min
30 sec 30 sec
Chilled
8" Pizza
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Programme
Start Quantity Accessory/ Preheat
Temp. (Weight) Other Utensil Temp. Step Conv
Menu
1 piece
(170 g)
280°C
280°C
Chilled
Ceramic Plate
1 piece (white)/
(300 g) Parchment
Paper
Chilled
Ceramic Plate
1 piece
(white)/
280°C
(130 g)
Oven Sheet
1
220°C
80%
OFF
1 min
15 sec
1 min
2 min
1 min 20 sec
20 sec
1 min
45 sec
OOMicrowave Power Level
Display
P8
P7
P6
P5
P4
Power
1050 W
900 W
800 W
700 W
600 W
Display
P3
P2
P1
P0
Power
500 W
300 W
200 W
0W
WARNING
Do not over-heat food.
If the heating time is too long for the amount of food, there is a danger of fire or smoke.
OOWhen heating, always start with minimum cooking time and heat while keeping an eye on the
progress.
OOIn particular, take care when heating small amounts, oily or fatty foods or liquids, or sweet
potatoes and other root vegetables.
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Accessories
OOTo purchase accessories, please contact the dealer or a service agent. (p.49)
Take care when handling Ceramic Tray, Ribbed Plate and Ceramic Plate as they are breakable. If they are
damaged, stop using them and contact the dealer or a service agent.
Base Plate Liner
Ceramic Tray
Wire Rack
CAUTION
The oven shall not be operated by
microwave without food in the oven.
Doing so may cause the oven to become
abnormally hot due to sparks and the redhot inner bottom surface. This may cause a
risk of burns.
Paddle
LOCK
Ribbed Plate (black)
Ceramic Plate (white)
Oven Sheet (3 colors) Specified SD Memory Card
OOSet in the main unit when
shipped from the factory.
Always install Base Plate Liner, Ceramic Tray and Wire Rack before use.
(p.50)
There is a seam in the door
seal, which is not a damage.
Paddle
Use when removing Oven Sheet or foods.
Do not use for removing the other accessories.
Do not allow to contact acidic or alkaline
foods for a long time.
QProcedure to attach the Base Plate Liner
Use the Base Plate Liner to prevent the food and oil stains on the bottom surface of the oven cavity .
①After removing the Base Plate
Liner from the packaging, turn
it over and bend it along the
left and right bend lines.
Orientation when removed
from the packaging
Turn over and bend
on the left and right
Oven Sheet (3 colors)
Place on the Ceramic Plate only.
Do not place on the Ribbed Plate.
Place food on the Oven Sheet.
OOIt is recommended to replace it every 3 to
6 months depending on the stain level.
(Bend the Base Plate Liner in the
opposite direction to the orientation when
removed from the packaging.)
or
(Select either
depending on
the food.)
②Remove all the accessories
from the oven, insert the bent
Base Plate Liner up to the
inside of the oven cabinet, and
ensure that it is in close
contact with the inside of the
oven cabinet.
Ceramic Plate (white)
Place on the Wire Rack.
Place food on the Ceramic Plate.
Ribbed Plate (black)
Place on the Wire Rack.
Place food on the Ribbed Plate.
OOBe sure to use the ribbed plate with the ribs
upward and oriented like illustration.
Wire Rack
Place on the Ceramic Tray.
Base Plate Liner
(Ensure close contact so that there is no
gap between the inner side of the oven
and the Base Plate Liner. If there is a
gap, oil, etc. will collect there.)
Ceramic Tray
Place on the Base Plate Liner.
Use as a drip tray for the food.
③Place the Ceramic Tray, Wire
Rack, and accessories required
for cooking on the Base Plate
Liner in that order.
Wire Rack
Ceramic Tray
Base Plate Liner
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OOAlso, do not operate the oven only with
containers, and the provided
accessories.
OOTake care not to burn yourself when
removing any accessories from the oven
after cooking. Use oven gloves.
Ceramic Plate,
Oven Sheet,
Ribbed Plate etc.
Place the rack so
that it is within the
tabs of the Ceramic
Tray.
Base Plate Liner
Place on the bottom surface of the oven.
Use to prevent the food and oil stains.
OOIt is recommended to replace it every 3 to
6 months depending on the stain level.
OOIllustrations may differ to the actual items.
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Parts of your Oven
Front
Control Panel (initial screen)
Door Handle
Door
Touch Screen (display) (p.21)
OOTap on the screen directly to use the controls.
OOShows details such as the cooking temperature, cooking time,
stored cooking programme, beep information, and so on.
OODo not touch the screen with a sharp object.
Doing so will cause damage.
Opening this while cooking
will stop the operation.
Intake Vent
A specified SD
Memory Card is set
inside. (p.50)
Oil Tray
Note
Exhaust Vent
Catalyst
The oil smoke that
circulates inside the
oven cavity is
decomposed and
purified by going
through the catalyst
converter.
OOThe catalyst reaction
will lower when the
cooking temperature
is low (approximately
240°C or lower).
Cooling (p.22)
Drip Tray
Tools (pp.23–27)
Air Filter
Back Pad
Collects food
residues and water.
Always install the air filter, drip tray and front cover
before using the oven.
Continuous use of the oven without these parts will
result in malfunction.
Back
Collects oil from
inside the oven.
Under the Drip Tray
Front Cover
OOHow to remove the front
cover, drip tray, air filter and
oil tray. (p.44)
Stop/Reset Pad
OOPress once to temporarily stop the cooking process.
To resume cooking, press the Start pad.
OOPress twice to clear your instructions (returns to the initial screen)
or cancel cooking.
OOPress once to cancel cooking of a stored programme when
the memory lock is turned on.
Lamp Start Pad
An external equipotential
bonding conductor is
provided at the back side
of the oven and it is marked by
this symbol.
Power Supply Plug
Please plug in only outlet compatible with Blue 16 Amp Plug
to IEC 60309 (EN60309). Equipment is dedicated to single
phase power supply.
Power Supply
Cord
OOIllustrations may differ to the actual items. Caution labels are affixed to the actual oven.
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OOReturns to the previous control screen so that settings can be
changed.
OOUnavailable after cooking has started.
EARTHING
IMPORTANT: FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS OVEN MUST BE PROPERLY EARTHED.
When an outlet is not earthed, it is personal responsibility and obligation of the customer to have it replaced
with a properly earthed outlet.
OOAfter setting preheating or cooling, press this pad.
OOAfter preheating, setting memory cooking or manual cooking and press this pad to start
cooking.
OOThe lamp will flash to encourage you to press the pad.
QAuto Power OFF Function
The initial screen of the display turns off automatically if it is not used for 5 minutes.
QTo turn the power ON
In Auto Power OFF mode, opening the door turns the power ON.
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Instruction for Stacking
How to Operate the Touch Screen
Oven can be stacked up to two ovens by fixing with the Panasonic joint plate (Foot Bracket/A11343G80BP).
The joint plate is an optional item. Contact the dealer or a service agent. (p.49)
Request the installation to an electric constructor. (The construction cost is not included in the price of the
oven.)
Memory
When cooking with the stored heating programme  “Cooking with a Saved Cooking Programme” (p.41)
Upper oven
OOApproximate
preheating time;
280°C: 10 min.
250°C: 9 min.
Attach the optional joint
plate (Foot Bracket).
OOThe Memory cooking
screen is the initial
screen.
Lower oven
①R
emove the marked 6 screws (3 each for the upper and lower
ovens).
②M
atch the holes of the ovens and the joint plate (Foot Bracket),
and tighten the all screws to fix them.
OOYou can change the
preheat temperature.
(p.25)
OOAfter completion of preheating, you can select a menu when
you open the door.
Make sure the power cord of
the upper oven will not block
the exhaust vent of the lower
one.
OOPlease keep the separation distance below.
Manual
Top: 20 cm
When cooking manually  “Manual Cooking” (pp.29–35)
Rear: 3 cm
Less than
150 cm
Both s
OOApproximate
preheating time;
280°C: 10 min.
250°C: 9 min.
ides: 1
0 cm
OOSelect Manual .
WARNING
Do not install the oven at 150 cm or more
above the floor. Doing so may result in
danger of burns. Only a combination of
same models are allowed when stacking.
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CAUTION
Disconnect the power cord from the wall
outlet before installation and be sure the
oven cavity is empty.
OOYou can change the
preheat temperature.
(p.25)
OOAfter completion of preheating, you can select the cooking
mode when you open the door.
It may cause electric shock or injury.
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How to Operate the Touch Screen
Cooling
Tools
The inside of the oven can be cooled when the cavity is hot after cooking.
You can change and confirm various settings, such as memory or beep.
OOWhen memory lock is ON, Memory cooking and Change settings
are not displayed.
OOOpen the door slightly to lock it in place.
(Keep your face away.)
Memory cooking
OOThis feature cannot be used when memory lock is ON. Please cancel memory lock. (p.27)
Save memory (p.36)
Delete memory (p.38)
Modify memory (p.39)
Memory number figure (p.40)
Maintenance info.
QQTo review the all cooking hours (including preheating)
OOThe cooling time depends on the
temperature inside the oven.
(up to 45 minutes)
CAUTION
Take care of hot air when opening the door.
Notes
••The highest figure of the counter is
999999 hours.
It returns to “0” the next time it is used.
••A total of all cooking hours is rounded down
to the nearest hour.
ex.) All cooking hours
Display
59 min
0
1 hr 59 min
1
OOReturns to the initial screen after 3 seconds.
QQTo review the number of cycles (including preheating)
Notes
••The highest figure of the counter is 3999999
times. It returns to “0” the next time it is used.
••If you start cooking again after a pause in the
middle, it also counts as a new cycle.
••The last two figures of the total number of
cycles are rounded down.
ex.) Number of cycles
Display
99 times
0
101 times
100
1100 times
1100
OOReturns to the initial screen after 3 seconds.
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23
How to Operate the Touch Screen
Tools
Change settings
Beep
Cook before preheated
OOThis feature cannot be used when memory lock is ON. Please cancel memory
lock. (p.27)
ON: You can start cooking before preheating is complete.
OFF: You cannot start cooking until preheat is complete.
(Default setting: OFF)
QQTo change the loudness of the beep
(Default setting: Level3)
Note
••If you choose ON to start cooking during
preheating, the cooking results may be
affected because the oven cavity temperature
may be low.
OOSelect ON or OFF , and tap OK .
OOThe oven returns to the initial screen after displaying the settings
for 3 seconds.
OODepending on the OOSelect the loudness with + or – , and
setting,
tap OK .
LCD brightness
You can choose the brightness of the touch screen.
(Default setting: Level3)
Pitch of beep clean
may be displayed.
QQTo change the length of beep at the end of programme
(Default setting: Type1)
Beeps in three short pulses
every 15 seconds
Beeps in longer pulses
continuously
Beeps in one long pulse then
beeps in three longer pulses
every 30 seconds
OOThe beep stops when you
open the door.
OOSelect the length of beep and tap OK .
QQTo change the tone pitch of the beep at the end of programme
(Default setting: Normal)
OOSelect the tone pitch and tap OK .
QQTo select ON or OFF for the preheated beep (Default setting: ON)
QQTo select ON or OFF for the door alarm (Default setting: ON)
Bright
Dark
OOThe oven returns to the initial screen after
displaying the settings for 3 seconds.
OOSelect the brightness with + or – , and tap OK .
Preheat temperature
You can change the preheat temperature displayed on the initial screen.
(Default setting: Preheat 1 → 280°C, Preheat 2 → 250°C)
OOPlease note that the preheat temperature previously saved for the memory
cooking (p.36) will also be changed if you change the setting here.
OOSelect Preheat1
or Preheat2 .
OOSet Required
OOSet Cook available
temp. From
temp. From 180°C
180°C to 280°C in
to 280°C in 10°C
10°C increments
increments
OOReturns to the initial screen after 3 seconds.
OOSelect
OOSelect ON or
OFF , and tap
OK .
OOThe oven returns to the initial screen after displaying the
settings for 3 seconds.
Preheated beep
or Door alarm .
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Notes
OOYou can start cooking at temperature set at Cook available temp. when Cook before preheated is set to ON .
If the Cook before preheated is set to OFF , Cook available temp. setting will be skipped.
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How to Operate the Touch Screen
Tools
SD Checksum
Check memory
Memory list
Saved cooking contents, beep, and memory lock setting, etc. are displayed in order every 4
seconds.
Use to confirm whether the contents of multiple SD Memory Cards are the same.
The memory contents in the SD Memory Card are displayed as four-figure alphanumeric characters.
If the alphanumeric characters are the same, the memory contents of those SD Memory Cards are the same.
QQTo confirm the memory cooking data
(ex.: BBE4)
Memory cooking contents
(In the case of two-digit display: 00–99)
(pp.36–37)
OOReturns to the initial
screen after 3 seconds.
QQTo confirm the beep, memory lock data etc. (ex.: 01D1)
OOTo call up a particular memory number
to confirm, see below.
Beep settings
(p.24)
Memory lock
(p.27)
Magnetron interval
(p.45)
Maintenance interval
(p.45)
OOSince the screen
changes quickly,
it is hardly
possible to catch
up the above
screen.
OOReturns to the
initial screen.
Memory lock
OOReturns to the initial
screen after 3 seconds.
You can choose memory lock ON or OFF.
(Default setting: OFF)
OOIn order to call up a particular memory number to confirm, press the Stop/Reset pad while the display is
changing, then tap Change number , enter the memory number and tap OK . The memory contents are
displayed by pressing the Start pad.
(ex.: To call up memory number 52)
Continues to display
the contents of
subsequent memory
numbers.
OOThe oven returns to the initial screen after displaying the settings for
3 seconds.
OOSelect ON or OFF , and tap OK .
Notes
QQWhen the memory lock is ON
OOMemory cooking starts automatically after you select a memory number even without pressing the Start pad.
OOIf you press the Stop/Reset pad in the middle of memory cooking, or open the door, the remaining time is
cancelled and the oven returns to the initial screen.
OO Memory cooking and Change settings are not displayed.
QQWhen the memory lock is OFF
OOMemory cooking starts when you press the Start pad after entering the memory number.
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27
Preheating
Manual Cooking
Use the preheating function to warm up the oven in advance.
1 280°C and 2 250°C are set as default.
Preheating will resume automatically every time cooking has finished once the preheating has been set.
OOSet the provided Base Plate Liner, Ceramic Tray, Wire Rack and other accessories suitable for the intended
cooking mode, in the oven before starting preheating, except Oven Sheet and Paddle.
Convection Cooking
(ex.: Memory ,
1
Select
1 280°C
)
1 280°C
2
Press the Start pad
OOPausing or opening and
closing the door during
preheating will
automatically resume
preheating after
10 seconds.
OOThe default setting is that the beep sounds after
preheating is complete. After putting the food into
the oven, close the door immediately and set
memory cooking (p.41) or manual cooking
(pp.29–35).
OOYou can turn off the beep.
“To select ON or OFF for the preheated beep”
(p.24)
OOIf you leave the door open during preheating or
after preheating has completed, the beep sounds
after 30 seconds and 50 seconds.
OOIf the Cook before preheated is set to OFF and you
leave the door open for 1 minute or more after
preheating is complete, the oven cavity
temperature will drop so cooking cannot be started.
Close the door, press the Start pad and preheat
again.
OOIf the Cook before preheated is set to ON , you
can start cooking during preheating.
“Cook before preheated” (p.25)
OOIf the pads are not used after preheating is
complete, preheating will be cancelled after
4 hours.
QQTo cancel preheating
Press the Stop/Reset pad twice.
3
Preheating has been
completed
(ex.: Manual , Preheating 280°C, Convection 280°C, Fan speed 100%, 10 min 30 sec)
1
After Manual preheating,
select Convection OO“Preheating” (p.28)
Put the food
into the oven
and close
the door.
2
Set the oven
temperature,
and tap OK OOFrom 180°C to 280°C in
10°C increments
OOTap OFF to cancel the
already selected cooking
process.
3
Set Fan speed ,
and tap OK 4
Tap Set time OOTap Convection and
Fan speed when changing
those settings.
5
Set the cooking time
OOMaximum cooking time: 30 min.
OOTap Next when setting
Step 2.
“Cooking in Steps” (p.34)
6
Press the Start pad
(Cooking will start.)
OOTap Recall when verifying
the settings for the current
step.
OOFrom 30% to 100% in 10%
increments
OO“Fan Speed” (p.12)
OOApproximate preheating
time;
280°C: 10 min.
250°C: 9 min.
Notes
••Holding down the pad moves the temperature, fan
speed, and time forward faster. This is convenient
for setting a longer cooking time, and so on.
••After a cooking has finished, the cooking process
can be saved into the SD Memory Card. (p.36)
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Manual Cooking
Grill Cooking
Convection-and-Grill Cooking
(ex.: Manual , Preheating 280°C, Grill High, Fan speed 100%, 10 min 30 sec)
(ex.: Manual , Preheating 280°C, Convection 280°C, Fan speed 100%, Grill High, 2 min 30 sec)
1
After Manual preheating,
select Grill OO“Preheating” (p.28)
Put the food
into the oven
and close
the door.
2
Select High 5
Set the cooking time
OOMaximum cooking time: 30 min.
OOTap Next when setting
Step 2.
“Cooking in Steps” (p.34)
Set Fan speed ,
and tap OK OOFrom 30% to 100% in 10%
increments
OO“Fan Speed” (p.12)
4
Tap Set time OOTap Grill and Fan speed
when changing those
settings.
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OO“Preheating” (p.28)
Put the food
into the oven
and close
the door.
6
Press the Start pad
(Cooking will start.)
OOTap Recall when verifying
the settings for the current
step.
OOTap OFF to cancel the
already selected cooking
process.
3
1
After Manual preheating,
select Convection 2
Set the oven
temperature,
and tap OK OOFrom 180°C to 280°C in
10°C increments
OOTap OFF to cancel the
already selected cooking
process.
Notes
••Holding down the pad moves the temperature, fan
speed, and time forward faster. This is convenient
for setting a longer cooking time, and so on.
••After a cooking has finished, the cooking process
can be saved into the SD Memory Card. (p.36)
3
Set Fan speed ,
and tap OK OOFrom 30% to 100% in 10%
increments
OO“Fan Speed” (p.12)
5
Select High OOTap OFF to cancel the
already selected cooking
process.
6
Tap Set time OOTap Convection , Grill and
Fan speed when changing
those settings.
7
Set the cooking time
OOMaximum cooking time: 30 min.
OOTap Next when setting
Step 2.
“Cooking in Steps” (p.34)
8
Press the Start pad
(Cooking will start.)
OOTap Recall when verifying
the settings for the current
step.
4
Select Grill Notes
••Holding down the pad moves the temperature, fan
speed, and time forward faster. This is convenient
for setting a longer cooking time, and so on.
••After a cooking has finished, the cooking process
can be saved into the SD Memory Card. (p.36)
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Manual Cooking
Convection-and-Microwave Cooking
Grill-and-Microwave Cooking
(ex.: Manual , Preheating 280°C, Convection 280°C, Fan speed 100%, Microwave P3, 1 min 30 sec)
(ex.: Manual , Preheating 280°C, Grill High, Fan speed 100%, Microwave P3, 1 min 30 sec)
1
After Manual preheating,
select Convection OO“Preheating” (p.28)
5
Select the
microwave power
OOFrom P0 to P6
Display
P6
P5
P4
P3
Power
800 W
700 W
600 W
500 W
Display
P2
P1
P0
1
After Manual preheating,
select Grill OO“Preheating” (p.28)
2
Set the oven
temperature,
and tap OK OOFrom 180°C to 280°C in
10°C increments
OOTap OFF to cancel the
already selected cooking
process.
3
Set Fan speed ,
and tap OK OOFrom 30% to 100% in 10%
increments
OO“Fan Speed” (p.12)
6
Put the food
into the oven
and close
the door.
Tap Set time OOTap Convection ,
Microwave and Fan speed
when changing those
settings.
2
Select High OOTap OFF to cancel the
already selected cooking
process.
7
Set the cooking time
OOMaximum cooking time: 2 min.
OOTap Next when setting
Step 2.
“Cooking in Steps” (p.34)
8
Press the Start pad
OOFrom P0 to P6*
Display
P6
P5
P4
P3
3
Set Fan speed ,
and tap OK OOFrom 30% to 100% in 10%
increments
OO“Fan Speed” (p.12)
4
Notes
••Holding down the pad moves the temperature, fan
speed, and time forward faster. This is convenient
for setting a longer cooking time, and so on.
••After a cooking has finished, the cooking process
can be saved into the SD Memory Card. (p.36)
Display
P2
P1
P0
Power
300 W
200 W
0W
*You can also select P7
(900 W) and P8 (1050 W)
when you using Grill Low.
6
Tap Set time OOTap Grill , Microwave and
Fan speed when changing
those settings.
7
OOMaximum cooking time: 2 min.
OOTap Next when setting
Step 2.
“Cooking in Steps” (p.34)
8
Press the Start pad
(Cooking will start.)
4
Select Microwave Select Microwave Power
800 W
700 W
600 W
500 W
Set the cooking time
(Cooking will start.)
OOTap Recall when verifying
the settings for the current
step.
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Select the
microwave power
Power
300 W
200 W*
0W
*equivalent to 200 W
Put the food
into the oven
and close
the door.
5
OOTap Recall when verifying
the settings for the current
step.
Notes
••Holding down the pad moves the temperature, fan
speed, and time forward faster. This is convenient
for setting a longer cooking time, and so on.
••After a cooking has finished, the cooking process
can be saved into the SD Memory Card. (p.36)
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Manual Cooking
Cooking in Steps
The microwave power, temperature, cooking time or other can be set for up to three continuous steps.
Use Convection, Grill and Microwave functions to suit your recipe.
ex.: Manual , Preheating 280°C → Step 1 Convection 280°C, Fan speed 100%, Microwave P5, 1 min →
Step 2 Microwave P4, 50 sec →
Step 3 Grill High, Fan speed 30%, 30 sec
OOYou can use microwave only cooking at Step 2 and Step 3 in Cooking in Steps.
Step 2
Step 1
1
After Manual preheating,
select Convection 2
3
6
7
Set the oven
temperature,
and tap OK Set Fan speed ,
and tap OK 1
Select
Microwave
2
3
4
2
3
4
Select P4 Tap
Set time Set the cooking time, and
tap Next Put the food
into the oven
and close
the door.
OO“Preheating” (p.28)
4
Select
Microwave 5
Select the
microwave
power
Tap Set time Set the
cooking time,
and tap Next Step 3
1
Select Grill Select
High Set
Fan speed ,
and tap OK Tap
Set time 5
Set the
cooking
time
QQMaximum power and cooking time for Convection-and-Microwave/Grill-and-Microwave cooking
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Maximum
Maximum cooking
microwave power
time
P6 (800 W)*
2 min.
P4 (600 W)
2 min.
P2 (300 W)
10 min.
*You can also select P7 (900 W) and P8 (1050 W) when you using Grill Low.
OOMaximum cooking time for Convection/Grill/Convection-and-Grill is 30 minutes for each step.
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Press the Start pad.
OOThe oven starts cooking in order from
Step 1 → Step 2 → Step 3.
Notes
••Holding down the pad moves the temperature, fan speed, and time forward faster. This is convenient for
setting a longer cooking time, and so on.
••After a cooking has finished, the cooking process can be saved into the SD Memory Card. (p.36)
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Memory Cooking
ex.: Memory , Preheating 280°C → Step 1 Convection 280°C, Fan speed 100%, Microwave P6, 1 min →
Step 2 Convection 280°C, Fan speed 60%, 50 sec →
Step 3 Grill High, Fan speed 30%, 30 sec
Memory number: 37
How to Save Memory
Save a programme in advance
1
Select Tools 5
Select preheating
There are two methods to save memory cooking – saving a cooking programme after manual cooking
and saving a cooking programme in advance.
Up to 100 kinds (default setting: 00–99) of cooking programmes can be saved to the memory.
OOThe default menu is registered in No. 00–No. 18.
It is useful to cook everyday menus.
You can also overwrite, change or erase previously saved contents.
OOThis feature cannot be used when memory lock is ON. Please cancel memory lock. (p.27)
Save the programme after manual cooking
1
After cooking is
complete, take the
food out
3
Enter the desired memory number
2
Select
Memory cooking Carry out procedures 1 to 6 of Step 1 of “Cooking in
Steps” (p.34)
6
Set the cooking
time, and tap Next OOTap Memory here to display the
confirmation screen and
complete.
OOAfter taking out the food,
you can save the cooking
programme.
3
Select Save memory 2
Tap Memory OOTap Cancel to return to the
initial screen.
Carry out procedures 1 to 4 of Step 2 of “Cooking in
Steps” (p.35)
7
Set the cooking
time, and tap Next OOWhen the memory
number is empty
OOWhen the memory
number is already used
OOTap Overwrite and
this screen appears.
Save successful
Returns to the initial
screen after 3 seconds.
4
Enter the desired
memory number and
tap OK OOTap Memory here to display the
confirmation screen and
complete.
Carry out procedures 1 to 4 of Step 3 of “Cooking in
Steps” (p.35)
8
Set the cooking
time, and tap
Memory OOThe oven returns to the initial
screen after displaying the
confirmation screen for
3 seconds.
Save successful
Returns to the initial
screen after 3 seconds.
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Please note that the preheat temperature saved for the memory cooking will be changed if you change the
setting of Preheat temperature. (p.25)
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Memory Cooking
How to Delete Memory
How to Modify Memory
OOThis feature cannot be used when memory lock is ON. Please cancel memory lock. (p.27)
OOThis feature cannot be used when memory lock is ON. Please cancel memory lock. (p.27)
1
4
1
2
5
2
Select Tools Select
Memory cooking Enter the memory
number to delete
and tap OK Confirm the data
and tap Delete Select Tools 5
The previously saved
programme is displayed. Modify
the item you want to change as
per the instructions written in
“Save a programme in advance”
(p.37)
Select
Memory cooking OOThe oven returns to the initial
screen after displaying the
confirmation screen for
3 seconds.
OOTap Cancel to return to the
procedure 4.
3
Select Delete memory 3
Select Modify memory 6
Tap Memory OOThe oven returns to the initial
screen after displaying the
confirmation screen for
3 seconds.
4
Enter the memory
number to edit
and tap OK 38
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Memory Cooking
How to Set the Memory Number Figure
Cooking with a Saved Cooking Programme
The number of figures for the memory number is set to double as default setting (100 kinds: 00–99).
You can also set single-figure (10 kinds: 0–9) or triple figures (1000 kinds: 000–999).
OOThis feature cannot be used when memory lock is ON. Please cancel memory lock. (p.27)
1
1
Select Tools Select
3
Memory cooking Select
Memory number figure 1 280°C
5
The programme is
displayed
4
Select the desired
number of figures
and tap OK OOThe oven returns to the initial
screen after displaying the
settings for 3 seconds.
2
Select
2
Press the Start pad
OOPausing or opening and
closing the door during
preheating will
automatically resume
preheating after
10 seconds.
6
Press the Start pad
(Cooking will start.)
OOTap Recall when verifying
the settings for the current
step.
OOWhen memory lock is OFF,
cooking starts after
pressing the Start pad.
3
Preheating has been
completed
4
Select a menu after
putting the food into
the oven and close
the door
OO is displayed on the
screen when memory lock
is ON.
OOWhen memory lock is ON,
cooking starts
automatically.
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41
Care of your Oven
It is essential that you follow these points to get the maximum use from your oven. Microwaves are
attracted to moisture and grease: therefore a dirty oven does not cook EFFICIENTLY.
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.
OOThis oven requires regular maintenance. (p.45)
WARNING
OPull
O
out the power plug before
maintenance.
Exhaust
Vent
If not, this may result in electric shock.
Oven Cavity
OWait
O
for the oven cavity to cool down first
before cleaning.
Door
If not, this may result in burns and injuries.
Oil Tray
QBefore Cleaning
OODo not clean this oven with a water jet.
OODo not pour detergent and leftover food into the gap
and punching holes. This will result in a malfunction.
OOIf the oven becomes damaged in any way, contact the
dealer or a service agent before continuing use.
OOOnly part that is dishwasher-safe is the Wire Rack. It is
prohibited for other accessories, since they may
deteriorate due to effect of the detergent (possibility of
strong alkaline used), or chipping or cracking due to
ceramic parts hitting each other by strong water stream.
QOuter Areas
Wipe with a damp cloth
Wipe away oil and food stains immediately.
OODo not use thinner, benzene, abrasive cleanser, bleaching agent, alkaline residential or household synthetic
detergent.
If the stains are bad, wipe away with a cloth soaked in a neutral kitchen detergent.
Take care not to allow the kitchen detergent to enter the exhaust vent and gaps.
OOOuter side of the door • handle area
After wiping with a wet cloth, wipe the areas with soft, dry cloth.
QCeramic Tray • Wire Rack • Ceramic Plate • Ribbed Plate •
Oven Sheet • Paddle • Base Plate Liner
OOBe careful not to rub on the Base Plate Liner when removing accessories.
Wash with a soft scrubber soaked in a neutral kitchen detergent
Drip Tray
OODo not use alkaline detergent.
Air Filter
Clean them every time you use it if the stains become a concern.
Only when the dirt is severe, wipe away dirt with rollup plastic wrap or aluminium soaked in water and abrasive
cleanser.
Front Cover
OOExcept for Base Plate Liner, Oven Sheet and Paddle.
Disassemble and clean this part Every Day.
Clean these parts Every Day.
QOven Cavity • Door Inner Side • Door Seal
QDrip Tray
Wipe with a damp cloth
OORefer to “How to remove/attach parts”. (p.44)
Wipe with a damp cloth
Thoroughly wipe away water, oil and leftover food stains frequently to prolong the use of the oven.
Failure to remove burnt food remains and dust may cause rust.
If the stains are bad, wipe away with a cloth soaked in a neutral kitchen detergent.
OODo not use alkaline detergent.
OOIf the stains are even worse, only for the metal part on the inner side of the door, you can use an abrasive
cleanser with a hard scrubber.
Disassemble and clean these parts Once a Week.
OORefer to “How to remove/attach parts”. (p.44)
QFront Cover
OODo not scrape the parts other than the metal part inside the door (door seal area etc.) with a hard scrubber,
which may cause damage of the door seal and malfunction of the oven. Be sure to use only a soft scrubber.
OODo not splash detergent directly onto the top and rear surfaces of oven cavity. This will result in a
malfunction.
OK
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NG
Wipe with a damp cloth
Wipe away oil and food stains immediately.
If the stains are bad, wipe away with a cloth soaked in a neutral kitchen
detergent.
OODo not use alkaline detergent.
QAir Filter
Dry after washing with water
QOil Tray
Wipe away oil stains with a soft cloth or paper towel
Clean it after every use it if the stains are bad.
The filter may lose its effect if the stains are left behind.
The temperature of the internal parts may also rise, resulting in a malfunction.
If the stains are bad, clean the area with a soft scrubber dipped in a neutral
kitchen detergent and dry.
OODo not use alkaline detergent.
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Care of your Oven
Regular Maintenance
QHow to remove/attach parts
When one of the following is displayed, oven maintenance is required. Continuing to use the oven may
cause failure.
Please contact the dealer or a service agent promptly. (p.49)
OODisplays until maintenance is done when the power plug is removed and reinserted or when there has been
no operation for a while. In addition, the oven will beep 6 times after completing cooking regardless of the
settings.
Front Cover
OORemoving
Pull out the front cover and remove it.
OOAttaching
Install the main unit Ⓐ into the groove of the drip
tray.
Ⓐ
Cause
OODisplays when the oven has been used for 17,500 hours.
Please contact the dealer or a service agent to replace the
parts.
Groove
Drip Tray/Air Filter
OORemoving
Remove the front cover, and then press and shift both ends of the drip tray to detach. Then, pull out the
air filter.
Drip Tray
Display
OODisplays when the magnetron has been used 120,000 times.
Please contact the dealer or a service agent to replace the
parts.
OOThe above time and number of operations is not a guarantee.
Air Filter
OOAttaching
Insert the air filter into the groove on the front cover all the way inside, then place the drip tray back in the
original position.
Back
Groove
Bottom
Insert up to
a deeper place
Oil Tray
OORemoving
Remove the front cover first, and take out the oil tray.
OOAttaching
Follow the reverse procedure to install the oil tray.
Clean this part once a month.
QExhaust Vent
Clean the rear exhaust vent with
a toothbrush and a towel
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45
Troubleshooting
Troubleshoot following the next procedure when there is a problem.
Symptom
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Cause
It does not operate at all
OOIs there a power outage?
OOIs the breaker in the power distribution board tripped, or the
power supply plug unplugged?
OOIs the initial screen displayed in the control panel? If the auto
power OFF function is in operation, perform the operation after
the initial screen is displayed by opening the door.
It does not cook correctly
OOIs the cook setting, accessory, or the cook time incorrect?
OOHas the oven been sufficiently preheated?
There is a sound
OOThere will be a sound of cooking starting and the fan will sound.
There is smoke or harsh
odour
OOA smoke or harsh odour may occur due to burning of the oil for
oven cavity protection when the heater is turned on for the first
time. Always ventilate and perform a blank baking if it concerns
you. (p.9)
There are sparks during
cooking
OOA metal container can only be used in the oven when not using
microwave power. (p.10)
OOIs a container containing gold or silver particles used?
OOIs any metal (aluminium foil, metallic skewer, etc.) touching the
wall of the oven cavity?
OOIs the oven cavity rusted? A rust may cause sparks.
The buzzer does not beep
OOIs the loudness of the beep set to OFF?
The buzzer will not beep when it is set to OFF. (p.24)
There is an odour or smoke
OOThis is not a malfunction. The catalyst reaction will lower when
the cooking temperature is low (approximately 240°C or lower).
Also, it may exceed the processing ability when the amount of
oil smoke generated during cooking is high.
There is a sour odour
OODepending on the food, a sour odour may occur during cooking,
but this is caused by the catalyst reaction and it is not abnormal.
Foods “explode” during
heating
OOMicrowave power level is too high.
Reduce power level.
OOSkins of foods i.e potatoes, chicken are not pierced.
Pierce skins on foods to release pressure build up during
heating. NEVER try to boil eggs in shells.
Smoke appears around the
door when grilling
OOFat from foods is splashing on to the grill elements and burning.
Stop the oven and drain away all excess fat and juices. Watch
the food carefully as it grills. Ensure the cavity ceiling and all
accessories are cleaned regularly.
Symptom
The cooking result of a
certain memory cooking is
different from that of the
previous time
Cause
OODid the preheat temperature or cooking mode that were set into
memory change? (p.25)
Common Queries
Question
Answer
Where can I obtain additional
oven accessories?
OOContact the manufacturer or the dealer from whom you
purchased the oven.
Can the oven be stacked?
OOOnly the same oven can be stacked. Be sure to fix with optional
parts. For details, refer to “Instruction for Stacking”. (p.20)
Can I dry tea towels and
clothes in the oven?
OONo. Never put these, or similar items in your Panasonic Oven.
How often should the oven be
serviced?
OOWhen the message referring p.48 is displayed, oven
maintenance is required. Please contact the dealer or a service
agent. (p.49) Continuing to use the oven may cause failure.
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When to Call a Service Agent
If a “U” or “F” Appears In The Display
If There Is Damage To The Oven
Start all over again after checking the contents when the following display appears. Display disappears
when Stop/Reset pad is pressed.
Contact a service agent immediately if you find damage to the supply cord, control panel, cavity, accessories,
or the door. It is best not to use the oven again until you have ascertained from the service agent that it is safe
to do so. Remember to give the service agent as much information as possible. See “Contacting A Service
Agent” below.
Display
Cause
If The Oven Is Not Working
U16
The SD Memory Card is locked.
OOInsert the SD Memory Card again after
releasing the lock. (p.50)
U17
A card other than the specified SD Memory Card is inserted.
OOTake out the SD Memory Card and check. (p.50)
If the “U17” appears even after inserting the specified SD
Memory Card, the SD Memory Card may be damaged.
U19
The SD Memory Card is not inserted.
OOPlease insert the specified SD Memory Card. (p.50)
Lock is released
when this part is
pushed upwards.
U40
The appliance is operated without food in the oven.
OOPut the food into the oven and heat.
U41
Earthing is incomplete.
OOContact the dealer or a service agent. (p.49)
U88
The touch screen is touched for a while.
OOHas the screen been touched for 25 seconds or more?
OOIs there any dirt stuck on the screen?
F code e.g. F30
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etc.
If the “F” code does not disappear even after pressing the Stop/
Reset pad, pull out the plug and then plug it in again after
5 seconds.
The oven is faulty if the “F” code still appears.
Contact the dealer or a service agent. (p.49)
If you find the oven is not working, follow these points before contacting a service agent. Check:
1. The oven door is closed.
2. The required function(s) have been set correctly and the Start pad pressed. (pp.28–41)
3. The programme lock has not been activated or deactivated against your requirements.
4. The oven is connected to a 16 amp outlet and the supply is operational. Try another power point, there
maybe a problem with the outlet or even a total power failure.
5. The oven is not connected to the electrical supply by means of an adaptor or extension cable.
6. The air vents are not blocked. If they are, unblock them, leave the oven for 15 minutes and then try again.
7. The “Troubleshooting” and “Common Queries” section on pp.46–47.
If the oven is still not operational, contact your service agent with all your details. See “Contacting A Service
Agent” below.
Contacting A Service Agent
If your oven should require a service, please contact the below and we will provide details of an appropriate
service agent.
UK: +44 344 844 3899
Ireland: +353 012 898 333
(Phone numbers are subject to change without notice.)
When contacting a service agent always remember to state clearly the following information:
1. The address and name, if applicable, of the site where the oven is situated.
2. The telephone number of that site.
3. A contact name at that site.
4. The model number and serial number of the oven; these numbers can be found on the left side of the oven.
5. The problem with the oven, including the Failure Code number.
6. If known, from where and when the oven was purchased.
7. When the site will be open for an engineer to visit.
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SD Memory Card
Specified SD Memory Card
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OOSet in the main unit when shipped from the factory.
OOWhen saving or deleting a cooking process, or when cooking according to a saved
programme, be sure to set up and use the specified SD Memory Card.
If a card other than the specified SD Memory Card is set up, “U17” appears. (p.48)
OOYou can also save a cooking programme data onto the specified SD Memory Card using
your personal computer. (pp.51–52)
Notes
••Be careful not to impart static electricity to the SD Memory Card while it is not set in the main unit.
••Do not dismantle or modify.
••Do not bend, drop, wet or subject the SD Memory Card to strong impacts.
••Do not touch the metal terminals with your hands or metal.
••Do not peel off the pasted labels. Also, do not paste new labels or stickers.
••Do not expose to direct sunlight or place in other hot locations.
••Do not place in humid or dusty locations.
••Do not place in locations where corrosive and other gases are generated.
••Always close the SD Memory Card cover except when inserting and taking out the card to prevent
contamination by water and dirt.
••If the SD Memory Card is lost or becomes faulty, please contact the dealer or a service agent to obtain a replacement. (p.49)
How to insert/remove
OOBefore you insert / remove an SD Memory Card, always unplug the oven for personal safety.
Insert and remove the SD Memory Card with the display unit turned off.
Data may be destroyed when it is inserted or removed immediately after the power supply plug is inserted or
when the display unit is turned on.
QHow to remove
①Remove the front cover
QHow to insert
①Insert the SD Memory Card all the
way inside
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RABN SU7FA029690
RP-SDFC51 MADE IN JAPAN
②Turn the screw and open the SD
Memory Card cover by tools
SD Memory Card Cover
Screw
③Push in the SD Memory Card with your finger
Take out the SD Memory Card when it comes out.
②Close the SD Memory Card cover and
tighten the screw by tools
SD Memory Card Cover
③Attach the front cover
Install the main unit Ⓐ into the groove of the drip tray.
Ⓐ
Groove
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Screw
Saving a Cooking Programme on SD Memory Card
You can save a cooking programme data onto the specified SD Memory Card using your personal computer.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Warning
It is prohibited to copy the data on an SD Memory Card for business purposes or reproduce it on a website.
The “SD” logo is a trademark.
Microsoft Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation, U.S.A.
The other various designations, brand names, etc. are the registered trademarks of their respective
companies.
5. The names of oven you use may be different from those used in this booklet. Windows, messages, etc.
used in this booklet may be different from those on your personal computer depending on the environment
(OS versions, etc.). Carefully read the instructions for your personal computer for how to use it.
6. Editing the data directly on the SD Memory Card without copying it to your personal computer may not work
properly depending on your environment.
7. Our company assumes no responsibility whatsoever for damage of the data on the SD Memory Card.
Caution
1. It is recommended to use SD Memory Cards with Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Excel 2010, or later.
2. Unlock the SD Memory Card otherwise the programme data cannot be stored.
How to Save a Cooking Programme on SD Memory
Card using your personal computer *As of December 2017
QQPreparing pictures
① Turn on your personal computer and activate Windows.
② Save desired pictures in an appropriate folder on your personal computer.
OOThe recommended size of the image is VGA 640 × 480. When using images other than this size, images
may be overlooked or rough.
OODo not use spaces or symbols for the user names or folder names, etc.
QQInserting the specified SD Memory Card
③ Inserting the specified SD Memory Card into the SD card reader on your personal computer.
④ Double-click the SD Memory Card drive in “My Comuter” folder.
⑤ Move “meigroup” folder to your personal computer such as Desktop.
Avoid moving the folder to a deeper layer of your personal computer.
QQRewriting the programme in your personal computer
⑥ Double-click “meigroup” folder.
Double-click “NE-SCV2BPQ” folder. DO NOT TOUCH other files and folders.
⑦ Open “NE_SCV2BPQ_MemoryCookingData.xlsm”.
If “Enable Content” is displayed, click it.
Please input the below data (at least “Preheat Temp" and “Step 1” data is necessary.)
••Dish Name
••Picture File
••pcs.
••Preheat Temp
••Step 1 data
⑦-1How to select Picture file
Click “Picture File” cell for a desired Memory Number, then select a picture.
Please note that only “jpg” data is acceptable.
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SD Memory Card
⑦-2How to input cooking data
Click the “Function” cell for Step 1, and the drop-down menu will appear. Select a cooking function from
the drop-down list .
••GR: Grill
••CV: Convection
••GR+CV: Grill and Convection
••MW+GR: Microwave and Grill
••MW+CV: Microwave and Convection
••MW: Microwave (You cannot use at Step 1.)
Once you select Function, options will appear in yellow. Select options from the drop-down menus. Enter
the data for each cooking step.
⑧ When all the programme data has been entered, click “Save Data” in the upper right. (It is not “Overwrite”
of Excel file.)
Click “OK” when done.
⑨ Record Checksum 4-digit number for verification.
Overwrite and close “NE_SCV2BPQ_MemoryCookingData.xlsm”.
OOIf it is not operational, contact the dealer or a service agent. (p.49)
QQUpdating the data on the SD Memory Card
⑩ Copy “meigroup” folder of your personal computer such as Desktop to “meigroup” folder on the SD
Memory Card to overwrite.
Specifications
Power Source
230–240 V, 50 Hz, Single phase
Required Power
3600 W 15.8 A
Outlet
16 A
Output
Microwave
1050 W (IEC 60705)
Convection
1465 W
Grill
1915 W
Frequency
2450 MHz
Convection Temperature Range
180–280 °C
Preheating Temperature Range
250 °C / 280 °C (Default)
Can be changed between 180–280 °C in 10 °C increments
Net Weight
38.3 kg (including accessories)
Outer Dimensions (W×D×H)
474 mm×565 mm×412 mm
Cavity Dimensions (W×D×H)
270 mm×330 mm×110 mm
Specifications subject to change without notice.
How to verify the data (SD Checksum)
57 mm
① Insert the specified SD Memory Card to the oven.
② Follow steps as instructed in p.27 and verify the 4-digit number is same with the one you recoreded in
step ⑨ above.
565 mm
How to delete the programme data
① Follow steps ① to ⑥ in p.51.
② Click “Data Clear”.
③ The confirmation screen is displayed. Click “Yes”. The programme data will be all deleted.
807 mm
91 mm
164 mm
412 mm
474 mm
469 mm
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Information on Disposal
Information on Disposal for Users of Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment
(private households)
This symbol on the products and/or accompanying documents means that used
electrical and electronic products should not be mixed with general household
waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling, please take these products to
designated collection points, where they will be accepted on a free of charge
basis. Alternatively, in some countries you may be able to return your products to
your local retailer upon the purchase of an equivalent new product.
Disposing of this product correctly will help to save valuable resources and
prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment
which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling. Please contact
your local authority for further details of your nearest designated collection point.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national
legislation.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for
further information.
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union
This symbol is only valid in the European Union.
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the
correct method of disposal.
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