Panasonic NNCF760M, NNCF750W, NNCF771S Operating instructions

Panasonic NNCF760M, NNCF750W, NNCF771S Operating instructions
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Bedienungsanleitung
Mode dʼemploi
Manuale di istruzioni
Manual de instruções
Návod k obsluze
Instrucţiuni de operare
Mikrowellengerät mit Grill
Magnetron/Grill Oven
Español
Microwave/Grill Oven
Italiano
Kezelési útmutató
Français
Instrucciones de funcionamiento
Nederlands
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Deutsch
Operating Instructions
Four à Micro-ondes-Gril
Horno Microondas/Grill
Polski
Forno a microonde e grill
Forno Micro-ondas/Grelhador
Grillezős/mikrohullámú sütő
Česky
Mikrovlná trouba
Cuptor cu microunde
Magyar
NN-CF760M / NN-CF750W / NN-CF771S
Românã
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: Before operating this oven, please read these
instructions carefully and keep for future reference.
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zodat u ze opnieuw kunt raadplegen wanneer nodig.
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Bezugnahme aufbewahren.
INSTRUCTIONS DE SÛRETÉ IMPORTANTES. Avant dʼutiliser le four à micro-ondes, lisez
attentivement les recommandations dʼutilisation et conservez-les soigneusement.
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conservarle per riferimento futuro.
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guárdelas para futura referencia.
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English
Important safety instructions. Before
operating this oven, please read these
instructions carefully and keep for future
reference.
This appliance can be used by children aged
from 8 years and above and persons with
reduced physical, sensory and mental
capabilities or lack of experience and
knowledge if they have been given supervision
or instruction by a person responsible for their
safety concerning the use of the appliance in a
safe way and understand the hazards
involved. Children shall not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance
shall not be made by children without
supervision. Keep the appliance and its cord
out of reach of children less than 8 years.
When this oven is installed, it should be easy
to isolate the appliance from the electricity
supply by pulling out the plug or operating a
circuit breaker.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer or its service
agent or a similarly qualified person in order to
avoid a hazard.
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Warning! The appliance should be inspected
for damage to the door seals and door seal
areas and if these areas are damaged the
appliance should not be operated until it has
been repaired by a service technician trained
by the manufacturer.
Warning! Do not attempt to tamper with or
make any adjustments or repairs to the door,
control panel housing, safety interlock
switches or any other part of the oven. Do not
remove the outer panel from the oven which
gives protection against exposure to
microwave energy. Repairs should only be by
a qualified service person.
Liquids and other foods must not be heated
in sealed containers since they are liable to
explode.
Warning! Do not place this oven near an
electric or gas cooker range.
Warning! Only allow children to use the
oven without supervision when adequate
instructions have been given so that the child
is able to use the oven in a safe way and
understands the hazards of improper use.
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For Countertop use:
Oven must be placed on a flat, stable
surface 85cm above the floor, with rear of oven
placed against a back wall. If one side of the
oven is placed flush to a wall, the other side or
top must not be blocked. Allow 15cm of space
on the top of the oven.
When heating food in plastic or paper
containers, check the oven frequently as these
types of containers ignite if overheated.
If smoke is emitted or a fire occurs in the
oven, press Stop/Cancel button and leave the
door closed in order to stifle any flames.
Disconnect the power cord, or shut off power
at fuse or circuit breaker panel.
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This oven is intended for Counter-top and
Built-in use only. It is not intended for use
inside a cupboard.This oven may be built into
a wall cabinet by using the proper trim kit,
white NN-TKF70WFP / silver NN-TKF70MFP /
Stainless NN-TKF71SFP, which may be
purchased from a local Panasonic dealer.
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 of the hot liquid.
The contents of feeding bottles and baby
food jars are to be stirred or shaken. The
temperature has to be checked before
consumption to avoid burns.
Do not cook eggs in their shells and whole
hard-boiled eggs by MICROWAVE. Pressure
may build up and the eggs may explode, even
after the microwave heating has ended.
Clean the inside of the oven, door seals and
door seal areas regularly. When food splatters
or spilled liquids adhere to the oven walls,
door seals and door seal areas wipe off with a
damp cloth. Mild detergent may be used if
they get very dirty. The use of harsh detergent
or abrasive is not recommended.
DO NOT USE COMMERCIAL OVEN
CLEANERS.
When using the GRILL or COMBINATION
mode, some foods may inevitably splatter
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Failure to maintain the oven in a clean
condition could lead to deterioration of
surfaces that could affect the life of the
appliance and possibly result in a hazardous
situation.
Warning! The accessible parts may become
hot in combination use. Young children should
be kept away. Children less than 8 years of
age should only use the oven under
continuous adult supervision due to the
temperatures generated.
A steam cleaner is not to be used for
cleaning.
Do not use harsh, abrasive cleaners or sharp
metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass
since they can scratch the surface, which may
result in shattering of the glass.
Exterior oven surfaces, including air vents on
the cabinet and the oven door will get hot
during COMBINATION and GRILLING, take
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grease on to the oven walls. If the oven is not
cleaned occasionally, it may start to “smoke”
during use.
care when opening or closing the door and
when inserting or removing food and
accessories.
This appliance is not intended to be
operated by means of an external timer or
separate remote-control system.
Only use utensils that are suitable for use in
microwave ovens.
Please refer to page En-10 for indication of
correct installation of the shelf accessory.
The oven has three heaters situated in the
top and back of the oven. After using the
CONVECTION, COMBINATION and GRILL
function, care should be taken to avoid
touching the inside surfaces of the oven as
these will be very hot. Care should be taken to
avoid the heating element inside the oven.
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Installation and Connection
Examine your microwave 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. If you find any damage, notify your
dealer immediately. Do not install a damaged
microwave oven.
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Earthing instructions
IMPORTANT: THIS UNIT HAS TO BE
PROPERLY EARTHED FOR PERSONAL
SAFETY. If your AC outlet is not grounded, it
is the personal responsibility of the customer
to have it replaced with a properly grounded
wall socket.
Counter-top
Counter-top use:
Operation voltage
The voltage has to be the same as specified
on the label on the oven. If a higher voltage
than specified is used, it may cause a fire or
other damages.
Placement of the Oven
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5.
6.
7.
This oven is intended for Counter-Top and
Built-In use only. It is not intended for use
inside a cupboard.
8.
Built-in
This oven may be built into a wall cabinet by
using the proper trim kit, white
NN-TKF70WFP / silver NN-TKF70MFP /
Stainless NN-TKF71SFP, which may be
purchased from a local Panasonic dealer.
9.
1. Oven must be placed on a flat, stable
surface 85cm above the floor, with rear of
oven placed against a back wall.
If one side of the oven is placed flush to a
wall, the other side or top must not be
blocked. Allow 15cm of space on the top of
the oven.
Do not place this oven near an electric or
gas cooker range.
The feet should not be removed.
Do not use outdoors.
Avoid using the microwave oven in high
humidity.
The power cord should not touch the
outside of the oven. Keep the cord away
from hot surfaces. Do not let the cord
hang over the edge of a table or work top.
Do not immerse the cord, plug or oven in
water.
Do not block the air vents on the sides and
back of the oven. If these openings are
blocked during operation the oven may
overheat. In this case the oven is
protected by a thermal safety device and
resumes operation only after cooling down.
2. When this oven is installed, it should be
easy to isolate the appliance from the
electricity supply by pulling out the plug or
operating a circuit breaker.
3. For proper operation, ensure a sufficient air
circulation for the oven.
Attention: Hot Surfaces
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Installation and Connection
WARNING
1. The door seals and door seal areas should be cleaned with a damp cloth.
The appliance should be inspected for damage to the door seals and door seal areas and if
these areas are damaged the appliance should not be operated until it has been repaired by
a service technician trained by the manufacturer.
2. Do not attempt to tamper with or make any adjustments or repairs to the door, control panel
housing, safety interlock switches or any other part of the oven. Do not remove the outer
panel from the oven which gives protection against exposure to microwave energy.
Repairs should only be done by a qualified service person.
3. Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged CORD OR PLUG, if it is not working
properly, or if it has been damaged or dropped. It is dangerous for anyone other than a
service technician trained by the manufacturer to perform repair service.
4. If the supply cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced with the special cord
available from the manufacturer.
5. Only allow children to use the oven without supervision when adequate instructions have
been given so that the child is able to use the oven in a safe way and understands the
hazards of improper use.
6. Liquids and foods must not be heated in sealed containers since they are liable to explode.
7. This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with
reduced physical, sensory and mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if
they have been given supervision or instruction by a person responsible for their safety
concerning the use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made
by children without supervision. Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children less
than 8 years.
8. The oven is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate
remote-control system.
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Use of your oven
1. Do not use the oven for any reason other
than the preparation of food. This oven is
specifically designed to heat or cook food.
Do not use this oven to heat chemicals or
other non-food products.
2. Before use, check that utensils/containers
are suitable for use in microwave ovens.
3. Do not attempt to use this microwave oven
to dry newspaper, clothing or any other
materials. They may catch on fire.
4. When the oven is not being used, do not
store any objects other than oven
accessories inside the oven in case it is
accidentally turned on.
3. The oven has three heaters situated in the
top and back of the oven. After using the
CONVECTION, COMBINATION and GRILL
function, care should be taken to avoid
touching the inside surfaces of the oven as
these will be very hot. Care should be
taken to avoid the heating element inside
the oven.
N.B. After cooking by these modes, the
oven accessories will be very hot.
4. The accessible parts may become hot in
combination use. Young children should be
kept away. Children less than 8 years of
age should only use the oven under
continuous adult supervision due to the
temperatures generated.
5. The appliance shall not be operated by
MICROWAVE or COMBINATION
WITHOUT FOOD IN THE OVEN.
Operation in this manner may damage the
appliance. Exception to this is point 1 under
heater operation.
6. If smoke or a fire occurs in the oven, press
Stop/Cancel pad and leave the door closed
in order to stifle any flames. Disconnect the
power cord, or shut off power at the fuse or
the circuit breaker panel.
Heater Operation
1. Before using CONVECTION,
COMBINATION or GRILL function for the
first time, wipe excessive oil off in the oven
cavity and operate the oven without food
and accessories on CONVECTION 250°C,
for 20 minutes. This will allow the oil that is
used for rust protection to be burned off.
This is the only time the oven is used
empty.
2. Exterior oven surfaces, including air vents
on the cabinet and the oven door will get
hot during CONVECTION, COMBINATION
and GRILLING, take care when opening or
closing the door and when inserting or
removing food and accessories.
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Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
Fan Motor Operation
Wire Shelf
While the oven is in Microwave/Heater
operation, the cooling fan always rotates to
cool the electric components. After the
completion of operation, the fan may continue
rotating for a while. This is perfectly normal,
and you can take out the food from the oven
while the fan is still in operation.
1. The wire shelf can be used in the upper
shelf position for GRILLING foods. It can
be used in the upper or lower shelf
positions for CONVECTION or
COMBINATION cooking.
2. Do not use any metal container directly on
the Wire Shelf in COMBINATION with
MICROWAVE. (Refer to paragraph about
anti-spark ring).
3. Do not use the Wire Shelf in MICROWAVE
mode only.
4. Please note the plastic covers on the wire
are designed to remain on the rack during
cooking. They are not packaging and must
not be discarded.
Oven Light
When it becomes necessary to replace the
oven light, please consult your dealer.
Accessories
The oven comes equipped with a variety of
accessories. Always follow the directions given
for use of the accessories.
Glass Dish
1. The glass dish can be used directly on the
ceramic plate to cook in MICROWAVE
mode only. Do not place food directly on
the ceramic plate on the oven cavity floor.
2. The glass dish can be used directly on the
wire shelf (in either of the shelf positions)
for cooking in GRILL, CONVECTION or
COMBINATION modes.
3. If the glass dish is hot, let it cool before
cleaning or placing in cold water, as this
could crack or shatter the dish.
Enamel Shelf
1. The Enamel Shelf is for cooking on
CONVECTION mode only. Do not use on
MICROWAVE or GRILL or COMBINATION
modes.
2. For 2 level CONVECTION cooking, the
Enamel Shelf can be used as the lower
level and the wire shelf can be used as the
upper level.
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Anti Spark Ring
1. Place the anti spark ring on top of the wire
shelf, then place any metal container. Your
metal containers can then be used in
COMBINATION mode without arcing.
1) Cooking Times
• Cooking times given in the cookbook are
approximate. The cooking time depends on
the condition, temperature, amount of food
and on the type of cookware.
• Begin with the minimum cooking time to
help prevent overcooking. If the food is not
sufficiently cooked you can always cook it
for a little longer.
N.B.: If the recommended cooking times
are exceeded the food will be spoiled
and in extreme circumstances could
catch fire and possibly damage the
interior of the oven.
2) Small Quantities of Foods
• Small quantities of food or foods with low
moisture content can burn, dry out or catch
on fire if cooked too long. If materials inside
the oven should ignite, keep the oven door
closed, turn the oven off and remove the
plug from the socket.
3) Eggs
• Do not cook eggs in their shells and whole
hard-boiled eggs by MICROWAVE.
Pressure may build up and the eggs may
explode, even after the microwave heating
has ended.
can occur without evidence of bubbling. This
could result in a sudden boil over of 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 the cooking time.
d) After heating, allow it to stand in the
oven for a short time, stir again before
carefully removing the container.
7) Paper/Plastic
• When heating food in plastic or paper
containers, check the oven frequently as
these types of containers ignite if
overheated.
• Do not use recycled paper products (e.g.
Kitchen Roll) unless the paper product is
labelled as safe for microwave oven use.
Recycled paper products may contain
impurities which may cause sparks and/or
fires during use.
• Remove wire twist-ties from roasting bags
before placing the bags in the oven.
8) Utensils/Foil
4) Piercing Skin
• Do not heat any closed cans or bottles
because they might explode.
• Food with non porous skins, such as
potatoes, egg yolks and sausages must be
pierced before cooking by MICROWAVE to
prevent bursting.
• Metal containers or dishes with metallic trim
should not be used during Microwave
cooking. Sparking will occur.
5) Meat Thermometer
• Use a meat thermometer to check the
degree of cooking of roasts and poultry only
when the meat has been removed from the
oven. Do not use a conventional meat
thermometer when using MICROWAVE or
COMBINATION because it may cause
sparking.
6) Liquids
• When heating liquids, e.g. soup, sauces and
beverages in your microwave oven,
overheating the liquid beyond boiling point
• If you use any aluminium foil, meat spikes
or metalware the distance between them
and the oven walls and door should be at
least 2 cm to prevent sparking.
9) Feeding Bottles/Baby Food Jars
• The top and teat or lid must be removed
from feeding bottles or baby food jars before
placing in the oven.
• The contents of feeding bottles and baby
food jars are to be stirred or shaken.
• The temperature has to be checked before
consumption to avoid burns.
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Important Information
Outline Diagram
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Door Release Button
Press to open the door. When you open the oven door during cooking, the cooking is
stopped temporarily without clearing earlier made settings. The cooking is
resumed as soon as the door is closed and the Start pad pressed. The oven lamp lights as
soon as the oven door is opened.
Oven Window
Door Safety Lock System
Oven Air Vent
Control Panel
External Oven Air Vents
Shelf Positions
Wire Shelf
Enamel Shelf
Glass Dish
Anti Spark Ring
Ceramic Plate
Power Supply Cord
Warning label
Identification label
Grill Elements
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Display Window
Microwave Power Pad
Grill Power Pad
Convection Pad
Door Release Button
Auto Weight Programs Pads
Auto/Turbo Defrost Pad
Memory Pad
Timer / Delay Stand Pad
Time / Weight Dial
Clock Pad
Start Pad:
Press to start operating the oven.
If during cooking the door is
opened or Stop/Cancel Pad is
pressed once, Start Pad has to
be pressed again to continue
cooking.
Stop / Cancel Pad
Before cooking: one press
clears your instructions. During
cooking: one press temporarily
stops the cooking program.
Another press cancels all your
instructions and the time of day
or colon will appear in the
display.
The design of your control panel
may vary from the panel
displayed (depending on colour),
but the words on the pads will be
the same.
N.B:
If an operation is set and start pad is
not pressed, after 6 minutes, the
oven will automatically cancel the
operation. The display will revert back
to colon or clock mode.
Beep Sound:
A beep sounds when a pad is pressed. If this beep does not sound, the setting is
incorrect. When the oven changes from one function to another, two beeps sound.
After the completion of the preheating on Convection or Combination mode, three
beeps sound. After completion of cooking, five beeps sound.
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Outline Diagram
Oven Accessories
The following chart shows correct use of the accessories in the oven.
Wire Shelf
Anti Spark
Ring
Glass Dish
Enamel
Shelf
Microwave
YES
NO
NO
NO
Grill
YES
YES
YES
NO
Convection
YES
YES
YES
NO
Combination
YES
NO
YES
YES
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The diagrams shown below are examples of the accessories.
It may vary depending on recipe/dish used. Further information can be found in the Cookbook.
Microwave
Convection + Grill
Grill
Convection
Grill + Microwave
Convection + Microwave
Grill + Convection + Microwave
Microwave
Heater
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Cooking Modes
Controls and Operation Procedure
Word Prompting:
Plug-in “88:88”
Word Prompting
Press
“FRANCAIS”
In French
Press
“ITALIANO”
In Italian
Press
“DEUTSCH”
In German
Press
“NEDERLANDS”
In Dutch
Press
“ESPANOL”
In Spanish
Press
“POLSKI”
In Polish
Press
“CESKY”
In Czek
Press
“ENGLISH”
In English
These models have a unique function “Word Prompting” which guides you through the operation
of your microwave. After plugging in the oven press the Start Pad until you locate your language.
As you press the pads, the display will scroll the next instruction eliminating the opportunities for
mistakes. If for any reason you wish to change the language displayed, unplug the oven and
repeat this procedure.
If the Timer Pad is pressed 4 times, this will turn off the operation guide. To turn the
operation guide back on, press the Timer Pad 4 times.
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Controls and operation Procedure
Clock Setting: Example: To set 14:25
• Press Clock Pad.
The colon starts to blink.
• Enter the time by turning the
Time/Weight Dial clockwise.
The time appears in the
display and the colon blinks.
• Press Clock Pad.
The colon stops
blinking and the
time of day is
entered.
NOTE:
1. To reset the time of day repeat all the above steps.
2. The time of day is displayed, unless the power supply is interrupted.
3. This clock has a 24 hour display.
Child Safety Lock:
Using this system will make the oven controls inoperable; however, the door can be opened.
Child Lock can be set when the display shows a colon or the time.
To Set:
• Press Start Pad three times.
The time of day will disappear.
Actual time will not be lost.
A star ʻ7ʼ, will appear in the top left hand
corner of the display.
To Cancel:
• Press Stop/Cancel Pad three times.
The time of day will reappear in the
display.
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Microwave Cooking and Defrost
There are 6 different microwave power levels available (see the chart below).
This chart shows approximate wattage for each power level.
Press
Power Level
Wattage
Once
MAX
1000 W
Twice
MIN (DEFROST)
270 W
3 times
MEDIUM
600 W
90 min.
4 times
LOW
440 W
90 min.
5 times
SIMMER
250 W
90 min.
6 times
WARM
100 W
90 min.
Max time available
30 minutes
90 min.
Use of accessory:
Use your own Pyrex®
dishes, plates or bowls
directly on the ceramic
plate.
Do not place food directly
on the ceramic plate.
• Select
Microwave
power level.
• Set the cooking
time using the
Time/Weight
Dial.
• Press Start
Pad.
NOTE:
1. For 2 or 3 stage cooking, before pressing Start Pad, repeat setting the Microwave power level
and cooking time.
e.g. Casserole –– MAX (High) 10 minutes to bring the casserole to boil. 250 W (Simmer) 60
mins. to cook. 100 W (Warm) 10 minutes to allow flavours to develop.
2. Stand time can be programmed after the Microwave power and time setting.
3. You can add to the cooking time during cooking, if required. Turn Time/Weight Dial to increase
the cooking time. (Time can be added in 1 minute increments up to maximum time of 10
minutes can be added, only in the case of one stage cooking.)
CAUTION: The oven will automatically operate on 1000 W Microwave Power if a
cooking time is entered without selecting the power level.
Bottom Feeding Technology
Please note that this product uses bottom feeding technology for microwave distribution which
differs from traditional turntable side feeding methods and creates more useable space for a
variety of different sized dishes.
This microwave feeding style can give a difference in heating times (in microwave mode) when
compared against side feeding appliances. This is quite normal and should not cause any
concern. Please refer to the reheating and cooking charts in the cook book.
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Grilling
The Grill Pad provides 3 Grill settings.
Use of accessory:
Press
Once
Twice
3 times
• Press Grill Power
Pad for the
desired Grill
setting.
Power Level
1 HIGH
Wattage
1270 W
2 MEDIUM
950 W
3 LOW
700 W
• Set the cooking
time using the
Time/Weight
Dial (up to 90
minutes).
• Press Start
Pad.
NOTE:
1. The Grill will only operate with the oven door closed.
2. The Grill cannot be preheated.
3. You can add to the cooking time during cooking, if required. Turn Time/Weight Dial
to increase the cooking time. A maximum time of 10 minutes can be added.
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Cooking by Convection/Grill Convection
These Pads offer a choice of convection temperatures 40°C (only for Convection mode) and
100 - 250°C in 10°C increments. For quick selection of the most commonly used cooking
temperatures, the temperatures start at 150°C and count up to 250˚C then 40˚C (only for
Convection mode) and 100°C.
Your Microwave Oven keeps above 200°C oven temperature for initial 20min. After 20 min., oven
temperature reduces to around 200°C automatically. This is unlikely to result in reduced
effectiveness but please ensure that cooking times are adjusted according to your preference.
Use of accessory:
For 2 level CONVECTION cooking, the Enamel Shelf
can be used as the lower level and the wire shelf can
be used as the upper level.
• Set the desired
convection
temperature.
After preheating,
place the food in
the oven.
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• Press Start Pad to
start preheating.
• Set the cooking time
using the Time/Weight
Dial
(up to 9 hours).
• Press Start
Pad.
Grill/Convection
• Set the desired
convection
temperature.
(40 degree can not be set)
• Press Start
Pad to start
preheating.
• Press Grill power pad for the desired Grill
setting. 1 press grill level 2 (Medium), 2
presses grill level 3 (Low), 3 presses grill
level 1 (High).
After preheating, • Set the cooking
• Press Start
place the food in
time using the
Pad.
the oven.
Time/Weight Dial
(Up to 9 hours).
ALWAYS USE OVEN GLOVES WHEN REMOVING THE FOOD AND
ACCESSORIES AFTER COOKING AS THE OVEN AND ACCESSORIES WILL BE
VERY HOT.
NOTE ON PREHEATING:
1. Do not open the door during preheating. After preheating 3 beeps will be heard and the “P” will flash
in the display window. If the oven door is not opened after preheating, the oven will maintain the
selected temperature. After 30 minutes,including preheating, the oven will shut off automatically and
revert to time of day.
2. If you want to cook without preheating, after selecting the desired temperature, set the cooking time
then press Start Pad.
NOTE:
1. When the selected cooking time is less than one hour, the time counts down second by second.
2. When the selected cooking time is over one hour, the time counts down minute by minute until only
“1H 00” (1 hour) remains. The display then indicates minutes and seconds and counts down second
by second.
3. You can add to the cooking time during cooking, if required. Turn the Time/Weight Dial to increase
the cooking time. Time can be added in 1 minute increments up to 10 minutes.
4. After pressing Start Pad, the selected temperature can be recalled and changed. Press Convection
Pad once to indicate the temperature in the display window. While the temperature is recalled in the
display window, you can change the temperature by pressing convection pad.
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Cooking by Convection/Grill Convection
Combination Cooking
There are 3 combinations settings and 270W (defrost Power); 1) Grill + Microwave, 2) Convection
+ Microwave, 3) Grill Convection + Microwave. 1000 W Microwave power level is not available on
Combination cooking. This would not be useful in normal use (the food would be cooked before
browning is achieved).
Use of accessory:
Grill + Microwave
Convection + Microwave / Grill convection + Microwave
1) Grill + Microwave
• Set the
desired Grill
setting
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• Set the desired
Microwave
Power Level.
• Set the desired cooking time
using the Time/Weight Dial (up
to 9 hours).
• Press Start
Pad.
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Combination Cooking
2) Convection + Microwave
• Set the desired
convection
temperature.
• Set the desired cooking
time (up to 9 hours).
• Set the desired
Microwave Power
Level.
• Press Start
Pad.
3) Grill Convection + Microwave
• Set the desired
convection
temperature
• Set the desired
Microwave
Power Level.
• set the
desired
Grill setting
• Set the desired
cooking time using
the Time/Weight
Dial (up to 9 hours).
• Press Start
Pad.
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Combination Cooking
NOTE ON PREHEATING:
The oven can be preheated on Combination with Convection or Gril/Convection cooking.
Press Start Pad before setting the cooking time and follow the NOTE ON PREHEATING
on page En-21.
NO MICROWAVES ARE EMITTED DURING COMBINATION PREHEATING.
NOTE:
1. When the selected cooking time is less than one hour, the time counts down second by
second.
2. When the selected cooking time is over one hour, the time counts down minute by minute
until only “1H 00” (1 hour) remains. The display then indicates minutes and seconds and
counts down second by second.
3. You can add to the cooking time during cooking, if required. Turn the Time/Weight dial to
increase the cooking time. Time can be added in 1 minute increments, up to 10 minutes.
4. After pressing Start Pad, the selected temperature can be recalled and changed. Press
Convection Pad once to indicate the temperature in the display window. While the
temperature is recalled in the display window, you can change the temperature by pressing
Convection Pad.
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With this feature you can defrost frozen foods according to the weight. Select the
category and set the weight of the food. The weight is programmed in grams. For
quick selection, the weight starts from the most commonly used weight for each
category.
• Select the desired Auto Defrost
• Set the weight of
program. Press once for bread, press
the frozen food by
twice for small pieces, 3 times for big
using the
piece.
Time/Weight Dial.
Program
1
Bread
2
Small
Pieces
3
Big
Piece
Category
BREAD
Recommended
Accessories
Weight
-
Small pieces of meat,
escallop, sausages, fish
fillets, steaks, chops
(each 100 g to 400 g). Turn
at beeps.
-
Big pieces of meat, roast,
whole chicken. Turn at
beeps.
100 - 1600 g
Meat items
Defrosted
BIG
PIECE
Meat joints
Defrosted
Suitable Foods
For reheating frozen
bread, rolls and
croissants. Remove all
packaging and place on wire
shelf in lower position. Turn
at beeps.
50 - 500 g
Bread
Defrosted
SMALL
PIECES
• Press Start Pad.
The display
reminds you which
accessory to use
and which cooking
modes are in use.
400 - 2500 g
NOTE on Program 3:
Take care when removing Bread and Rolls from the oven. The oven and accessories
will get hot during/after defrosting.
NOTE:
1. When the defrosting time is longer than 60 minutes, the time will appear in hours and minutes.
2. The shape and size of the food will determine the maximum weight the oven can
accommodate.
3. Allow standing time to ensure the food is completely defrosted.
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Auto Defrost
Auto Weight Programs
This feature allows you to cook most of your favourite foods by setting the weight only. The
oven determines Microwave power level, Grill setting, Convection temperature and cooking
time automatically. Select the category and set the weight of the food. The weight is
programmed in grams. For quick selection, the weight starts from the most commonly used
weight for each category.
e.g.
• Select the
desired auto
weight
programme.
• Set the weight of
food by using the
Time/Weight dial.
• Press Start Pad. The
display reminds you
which accessory to
use and which cooking
modes are in use.
NOTE:
1. When cooking time is over 60 minutes, the time will appear as Hours and Minutes.
2. Follow the charts on the following pages for the recommended weight and
accessories to be used.
3. Beep sounds may be heard during cooking or reheating of some auto programs to
remind you to turn or stir the food. Failure to do so may effect the results.
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200 - 1500 g
SOUP
Reheat
Soup
6
9
Cook Fresh
Whole
Chicken
2 Presses
WHOLE
CHICKEN
FRESH
FISH
Cook Fresh
Fish
8
1 Press
FRESH
VEGETABLES
Cook Fresh
Vegetables
4 Presses
7
3 Presses
600 ml
2 BOWLS
Reheat
2 bowls
2 Presses
1000 -2300 g
200 - 1000 g
300 - 1500 g
300 ml
5
1 BOWL
Reheat
1 bowl
1 Press
4
Recommended
Weight
Category
Program
Number
Word
Prompt
-
-
-
-
-
-
Accessories
For cooking whole fresh unstuffed chicken. Cook the
stuffing separately. Place the chicken in a heatproof dish
directly on ceramic plate. Start cooking the breast side up
and turn at beep.
For cooking fresh fish (whole below 200 g, fillets,
steaks). Shield the thinner portions, place it in a suitable
sized container. Add 2 tbsp (30 ml) liquid. Cover it with
pierced cling film or a lid. Turn at beep.
For cooking fresh vegetables. Place the prepared
vegetables in a suitable sized container. Sprinkle with 6
tbsp (90 ml) of water. Cover them lightly with pierced cling
film or a lid. Stir at beep.
For reheating Tetrapack, canned or homemade soups.
All foods should be at room or refridgerated temperatures. Stir before and after reheating. It is preferable to
cover with a lid or plate or saucer. Final temperature of
soup may vary depending on thickness of soup, starting
temperature, sugar and fat content of soup.
For reheating two bowls of hot drink. Select reheat 2
bowls. Press Start Pad. Stir at end.
For reheating one bowl of hot drink. Select reheat bowl.
Press Start Pad. Stir at end.
Instructions
Auto Weight Programs
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13
12
11
Fresh
Pizza
1 Press
3 Presses
Cook Lamb
2 Presses
Cook Beef
1 Press
Cook Pork
or Veal
CHILLED
PIZZA
LAMB
BEEF
PORK
/ VEAL
CHICKEN
PIECES
Cook Fresh
Chicken
Pieces
10
3 Presses
Word
Prompt
Category
Program
Number
160 - 800 g
1500 - 2400 g
1000 - 1490 g
910-1250 g
650 - 900 g
-
-
For reheating and browning the top of fresh
purchased pizza. Remove all packaging and place the
pizza on wire rack in lower position.
For cooking fresh roast lamb. For weights 1000-1490 g place
lamb in a heatproof dish on the wire rack in lower position and
turn at beep. For weights 1500-2400g, place dish directly on
ceramic plate and turn at beep. If lamb is too large to fit in a
heatproof dish, use the glass dish.
For cooking fresh roast beef. For weights 650-900g place
the beef in a heatproof dish on the wire rack in lower position
and turn at beep. For weights 910-1250 g, place the dish
directly on ceramic plate and turn at beep. This program cooks
beef well done. If you prefer medium beef, decrease the weight
displayed by about 20%.
For weights 1200 - 2000 g, place dish directly on ceramic
plate. Turn at beep.
1200 - 2000 g
For cooking fresh chicken pieces eg. chicken legs,
thighs or drumsticks. Place the chicken pieces in a
heatproof dish on wire shelf in lower position. For even
cooking, spread out the chicken and turn it at beep.
Instructions
For cooking fresh roast pork or veal. Place the pork or
veal in a heatproof dish. For weights 700 - 1190 g, place
on the wire rack in lower position. Turn at beep.
-
Accessories
700 - 1190 g
150 - 1100 g
Recommended
Weight
Auto Weight Programs
CHILLED
QUICHE
PASTRY
ITEMS
Fresh
Quiche
1 Press
Fresh
Feuilletes
17
18
Frozen
Oven
Fries
3 Presses
200 - 500 g
120 - 800 g
150 - 1000 g
-
For reheating, and browning frozen oven fries.
Spread out frozen oven fries in the glass dish placed on
the wire rack in lower position. For best results cook in a
single layer and turn at beep. This program suits other
potato products such as Noisette potatoes, Croquettes,
Röstis and Dauphine potatoes.
For reheating, crisping and browning fresh
feuilletes (pastry items) e.g. cheese or sausage
rolls, friands, feuillete tresse etc. Remove all
packaging and place on the wire rack in lower position.
For reheating pre-cooked, fresh quiche. Remove all
packaging and place the quiche on wire rack in lower
position.
For weights 600 -1000 g, place dish directly on
ceramic plate.
For reheating and browning frozen gratin/lasagne.
Remove all packaging and place the gratin/lasagne in a
heat-proof dish. For weights 300 - 600g, place on wire rack
in lower position.
300 - 600 g
610 - 1000 g
For reheating and browning the top of frozen (NOT fresh)
purchased pizza. Remove all packaging and place the pizza
on wire rack in lower position. This program doesn't suit frozen
deep pan pizzas or flammekueche or ʻbake and riseʼ pizzas.
Accessories Instructions
150 - 800 g
Recommended
Weight
N.B:
The pork or veal and beef programs are suitable for boneless joints. The lamb program is suitable for joints with bone.
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CHIPS
FROZEN
GRATIN
Frozen
Gratin
3 Presses
16
2 Presses
FROZEN
PIZZA
15
Frozen
Pizza
2 Presses
Program Category Word
Prompt
Number
Auto Weight Programs
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English
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Delay Start Cooking
By using Timer Pad, you are able to program Delay Start cooking.
e.g.
• Press
Timer Pad.
• Set the delay time
by turning
Time/Weight Dial
(up to 9 hours).
• Set the desired cooking program
and cooking time.
• Press Start Pad.
NOTE:
1. Two stage cooking can be programmed including Delay Start cooking.
e.g.
Delay Start: 1 hour
MAX (High) Power: 10 min.
250 W (Simmer) Power: 20 min.
2. If the programmed delay time exceeds one hour, the time will count down in units of
minutes. If less than one hour, the time will count down in units of seconds.
3. Delay Start cannot be programmed before any Auto Programs.
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By using Delay/Stand Pad, you can program Stand Time after cooking is completed or
use to program the oven as a minute timer.
e.g.
• Set the desired cooking program and
cooking time.
• Set desired amount of time by
turning the Time/Weight dial
(up to 9 hours).
• Press Timer
Pad.
• Press Start
Pad.
NOTE:
1. Three stage cooking can be programmed including Stand Time.
e.g.
MAX (High) Power: 4 min.
Stand Time: 5 min.
MAX (High) Power: 2 min.
2. If the oven door is opened during the Stand Time or Minute Timer, the time in the
display window will continue to count down.
3. This feature may also be used as a timer. In this case press Timer Pad, set
time and press Start Pad.
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English
English
Stand Time
Memory
This feature allows you to pre-program your oven for regular reheating or cooking
tasks. You are able to pre-program your oven for a specific power level and time that
is convenient for you. You are able to pre-program three memory tasks.
To set a Memory Program
Program the desired
cooking program.
• Press Memory Pad. The oven is
automatically pre-set to memory
1. To select memory 2 press
memory pad twice. To select
memory 3 press memory pad
three times.
• Press Memory Pad to
store this task or press
Start Pad to start
cooking in this
sequence.
To use a Memory Program
• Press Memory Pad. The
oven is automatically
pre-set to memory 1.
To select memory 2
press memory pad
twice. To select
memory 3 press
memory pad three
times.
• Press Start Pad to
begin cooking.
NOTE:
1. Auto programs cannot be programmed into memory.
2. Convection pre-heat mode cannot be programmed into memory.
3. Memory can only store 1 stage cooking. It is not possible to store 2 or 3 stage
cooking.
4. Setting a new cooking program into memory will cancel the cooking program
previously stored.
5. Memory program will be cancelled if the power supply is off or the plug gets
disconnected.
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Questions and Answers
Q: My microwave oven causes interference
with my TV. Is this normal?
A: Some radio and TV interference might
occur when you cook with the microwave
oven. This interference is similar to the
interference caused by small appliances
such as mixers, vacuums, blow dryers, etc.
It does not indicate a problem with your
oven.
Q: The oven wonʼt accept my program. Why?
A: The oven is designed not to accept an
incorrect program. For example, the
oven will not accept a fourth stage,
and will not accept Auto Weight
Program after Delay Start.
Q: There are humming and clicking noises
from my oven when I cook by
COMBINATION. What is causing these
noises?
A: The noises occur as the oven automatically
switches from microwave power to
CONVECTION/GRILL to create the
combination setting. This is normal.
Q: Can I check the pre-set oven temperature
while cooking or preheating by
CONVECTION?
A: Yes. Press Convection Pad and the oven
temperature will appear in the display
window for 2 seconds.
Q: Can I easily cook my favourite recipes
using CONVECTION/GRILL?
A: Yes. You can cook your favourite recipe
just as you would in a conventional oven.
Check instructions in the Panasonic
Cookbook for suggested oven
temperatures and cooking times.
Q: “D” appears in the display and the oven
does not cook. Why?
A: The oven has been programmed in DEMO
MODE.
This mode is designed for retail store
display. Deactivate this mode by pressing
microwave pad once and stop/cancel pad 4
times.
Q: Can I use a conventional oven
thermometer in the oven?
A: Only when you are using
CONVECTION/GRILL cooking mode. The
metal in some thermometers may cause
arcing in your oven and should not be used
on MICROWAVE and COMBINATION
cooking modes.
Q: My oven has an odour and generates
smoke when using the CONVECTION,
COMBINATION and GRILL function. Why?
A: After repeated use, it is recommended to
clean the oven and then run the oven
without food, on CONVECTION 250°C for
20 minutes. This will burn off any food,
residue or oil which may cause an odour
and/or smoking.
Q: The wordprompt has disappeared on my
display, I can only see numbers ?
A : There may have been a power failure, and
the wordprompt is disabled. Unplug the
oven for a few seconds, then plug it again.
When "88:88" is displayed, press the start
pad until your language is displayed. Then
set the clock. Refer to page En-16.
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English
English
Q: Why wonʼt my oven turn on?
A: When the oven does not turn on, check the
following:
1. Is the oven plugged in securely? Remove
the plug from the outlet, wait 10 seconds
and reinsert.
2. Check the circuit breaker and the fuse.
Reset the circuit breaker or replace the fuse
if it is tripped or blown.
3. If the circuit breaker or fuse is all right, plug
another appliance into the outlet. If the
other appliance works, there probably is a
problem with the oven. If the other
appliance does not work, there probably is
a problem with the outlet.
If it seems that there is a problem with the
oven, contact an authorized Service
Center.
Care of Your Oven
1. Turn the oven off before cleaning.
2. Keep the inside of the oven, door seals
and door seal areas clean. When food
splatters or spilled liquids adhere to the
oven walls, door seals and door seal
areas wipe off with a damp cloth. Mild
detergent may be used if they get very
dirty. The use of harsh detergent or
abrasive is not recommended.
DO NOT USE COMMERCIAL OVEN
CLEANERS.
3. Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or
sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven
door glass since they may scratch the
surface, which may result in shattering of
the glass.
4. The outside oven surface should be
cleaned with a damp cloth. To prevent
damage to the operating parts inside the
oven, water should not be allowed to
seep into the ventilation openings.
5. If the Control Panel becomes dirty, clean
it with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use harsh
detergents or abrasives on the Control
Panel. When cleaning the Control Panel,
leave the oven door open to prevent the
oven from accidentally turning on. After
cleaning touch STOP/CANCEL Pad to
clear the display window.
6. If steam accumulates inside or around the
outside of the oven door, wipe with a soft
cloth. This may occur when the
microwave oven is operated under high
humidity conditions and in no way
indicates a malfunction of the unit.
7. The oven cavity floor should be cleaned
regularly. Simply wipe the bottom surface
of the oven with mild detergent and hot
water then dry with a clean cloth.
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8.
When using the GRILL, CONVECTION or
COMBINATION mode, some foods may
inevitably splatter grease on to the oven
walls. If the oven is not cleaned
occasionally, it may start to “smoke”
during use.
9. A steam cleaner is not to be used for
cleaning.
10. This oven should only be serviced by
qualified personnel. For maintenance and
repair of the oven contact the nearest
authorized dealer.
11. Keep air vents clear at all times. Check
that no dust or other material is blocking
any of the air vents on the side, bottom or
rear of the oven. If air vents become
blocked this could cause overheating
which would affect the operation of the
oven and possibly result in a hazardous
situation.
12. Failure to maintain the oven in a clean
condition could lead to deterioration of
surfaces that could affect the life of the
appliance and possibly result in a
hazardous situation.
13. Please note the plastic covers on the wire
are designed to remain on the rack during
cooking. They are not packaging and
must not be discarded. If due to grease
accumulation, the plastic covers come
loose, you must place them back in
position before using the wire rack again.
14. The back of the oven has a self-clean
catalytic lining. It is therefore not
necessary to clean this area.
Power Source:
230 V, 50 Hz
Power Consumption:
Maximum;
2700 W
Microwave;
Output:
Outside Dimensions:
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Technical Specifications
840 W
Grill;
1300 W
Convection;
1450 W
Microwave;
1000 W (IEC-60705)
Grill Heater;
1270 W
Convection Heater;
1400 W
529 (W) x 494 (D) x 326 (H) mm
Oven Cavity Dimensions: 354 (W) x 343 (D) x 205 (H) mm
Uncrated Weight:
20.0 kg (with internal accessories)
Noise:
56 dB
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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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 up of foods. Class B means that
this product may be used in normal household areas.
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.
Pursuant to the directive 2004/108/EC, article 9(2)
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH, Winsbergring 15,22525 Hamburg, F.R.Germany
Manufactured by Panasonic Appliances Microwave Oven (Shanghai) Co.,Ltd,
888, 898 Longdong Road, Pudong, Shanghai, 201203, China.
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