LG Electronics LMC1275SB Installation guide

LG Electronics LMC1275SB Installation guide
Location of Model Number
To request service information or replacement parts,
the service center requires the complete model
number of your microwave oven. The model number
is on the oven back as shown in the illustration below.
Model number label
Grounding Instructions
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of
an electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the
risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire
for the electric current. This appliance is equipped
with a cord having a grounding wire with a grounding
plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is
properly installed and grounded.
•• Improper use of grounding can result in a
risk of electric shock.
Consult a qualified electrician or service person if the
grounding instructions are not completely understood,
or if doubt exists as to whether the appliance is
properly grounded.
Electrical Requirements
The oven is designed to operate on a Standard 120
V/60 Hz household outlet. Be sure the circuit is at
least 15 A or 20 A and the microwave oven is the only
appliance on the circuit. It is not designed for 50 Hz
or any circuit other than a 120 V/60 Hz circuit.
No other electrical appliances or lighting circuits
should be on this line. If in doubt, consult a licensed
Voltage Warning
The voltage used at the wall receptacle must be the
same as specified on the oven name plate located
on the back or on the side of the control panel of the
oven. Use of a higher voltage is dangerous and may
result in a fire or other type of accident causing oven
damage. Low voltage will cause slow cooking. If the
microwave oven does not perform normally in spite of
proper voltage, remove and reinsert the plug.
Placement of the Oven
The microwave oven can be placed easily in your
kitchen, family room, or anywhere else in your home.
Place the oven on a flat surface such as a kitchen
countertop or a specially designed microwave oven
cart. Do not place oven above a gas or electric range.
Free airflow around the oven is important. Allow at
least 4 inches of space at the top, sides, and back of
the oven for proper ventilation.
1. Use of an extension cord is not recommended. If
the power supply cord is too short, have a qualified
electrician or service person install an outlet near
the appliance.
2. If it is necessary to use an extension cord, use
only a 3-wire extension cord that has a 3-blade
grounding plug, and a 3-slot receptacle that will
accept the plug on the appliance. The marked rating
of the extension cord must be equal to or greater
than the electrical rating of the appliance.
•• A short power supply cord is provided to reduce
the risks resulting from becoming entangled in
or tripping over a longer cord.
•• Longer cord sets or extension cords are
available and may be used if care is exercised
in their use.
•• If a long cord or extension cord is used, (1)
the marked electrical rating of the cord set or
extension cord must be at least as great as
the electrical rating of the appliance, (2) the
extension cord must be a grounding-type 3-wire
cord, and (3) the longer cord should not be
draped over a counter or table where children
could pull on it, or located where it could
present a trip hazard.
See the separate Installation Instructions for
directions on placing the cord properly.
Do Not Block Air Vents
All air vents should be kept clear during cooking. If
air vents are covered during oven operation the oven
may overheat. If this happens, a sensitive thermal
safety device automatically turns the oven off. The
oven will be inoperable until it has cooled sufficiently.
Ensure proper ground
exists before use
Keep the electrical power cord dry and do not pinch
or crush it in any way.
Radio / TV / Wireless Equipment Interference
Operating the microwave oven near equipment—such as a radio, TV, wireless LAN, Bluetooth devices, medical
equipment, or wireless equipment—which uses the same frequency, may cause interference. This interference
is not an indication of a defect in the product or its operation. The product is safe to use.
• Do not use medical equipment near the microwave oven, as the interference could affect the medical
equipment’s operation.
When there is interference, it may be reduced or eliminated by taking the following measures:
a. Clean the door and the sealing surfaces of the oven.
b. Reorient the receiving antenna of the radio, TV, Bluetooth, or other equipment.
c. Relocate the microwave oven in relation to the radio, TV, Bluetooth, or other equipment.
d. Move the microwave oven away from the receiver.
e. Plug the microwave oven into a different outlet so that microwave oven and receiver are on different branch
Oven Specifications
Power Supply
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Rated Power Consumption
1250 W
Microwave Output
Max. 1200 W*
2450 MHz
Rated Current
10.4 A
Overall Dimensions (W x H x D)
Oven Cavity Dimensions (W x H x D)
21 7/16" x 12 1/8" x 17 3/8"
(54.4 cm x 30.8 cm x 44.1 cm)
15 9/16" x 10 5/16" x 16"
(39.5 cm x 26.2 cm x 40.6 cm)
Capacity of Oven Cavity
1.3 cu.ft (0.03 m³)
Power Supply
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Rated Power Consumption
1250 W
Microwave Output
Max. 1200 W*
2450 MHz
Rated Current
10.4 A
Overall Dimensions (W x H x D)
Oven Cavity Dimensions (W x H x D)
Capacity of Oven Cavity
21 7/16" x 12 1/8" x 17 3/8"
(54.4 cm x 30.8 cm x 44.1 cm)
15 9/16" x 10 5/16" x 16"
(39.5 cm x 26.2 cm x 40.6 cm)
1.2 cu.ft (0.03 m³)
Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
Microwave Oven Features
Display Window
Display Window
Door Seal
Control Panel
Safety Door Lock System
Control Panel
•• Do not remove the cavity Mica Sheet (silver
plate) inside of oven.
•• The Mica Sheet is there to protect the
microwave components from food spatters.
*Do Not Remove
Mica Sheet
•• Do not operate the oven when empty or without
the glass tray. It is best to leave a glass of
water in the oven when not in use. The water
will safely absorb all microwave energy, if the
oven is accidentally started.
The turntable rotates in both directions to help food cook more evenly. Do not operate the microwave oven
without the glass tray in place.
Glass Tray
Rotating Ring
Owner's Manual
This microwave oven is designed for household use only. It is not recommended for commercial use.
Control Panel Overview
Use the control panel to select the desired cooking function quickly and easily. Simply touch a command key to
select the desired function. For more information on these features, see the OPERATION section.
1 Smart Diagnosis
Hold the mouthpiece of a phone up to this icon
when directed to by service center personnel,
to help diagnose problems with the oven when
calling for service.
2 Display
The display includes a clock and shows the
time of day, cooking time settings, and cooking
functions selected.
3 Auto Cook
Touch this key to cook bacon, fresh vegetables,
frozen entrees, frozen vegetables, oatmeal,
popcorn, potatoes, and rice.
4 Auto Reheat
Touch this key to reheat beverages, casseroles,
dinner plates, pie, and pizza.
5 Power Level
The microwave oven is equipped with 10 power
levels for maximum flexibility and control over
cooking. The Microwave Power Levels section
contains suggestions for which power level to use
when preparing various foods.
6 Defrost
Touch this key to select food type and defrost food
by weight.
7 More / Less
Set cooking time and weight. Lengthen or shorten
the cooking time at any point by pressing the key.
(Not available in Defrost mode.)
8 STOP / Clear
Touch this key to stop the oven or to clear all
entries except time of day.
9 START / Enter
Touch this key to start a function, accept
selections, or resume cooking if the door was
opened or the STOP button was pressed once.
Pressing START without setting a cook time
activates the Quick Start feature. Each press of the
START button adds 30 seconds to the cooking time.
Microwave Cooking Tips
Microwave Cookware Guide
Do Not Use
(treated for high intensity heat):
utility dishes, loaf dishes, pie plates, cake
plates, liquid measuring cups, casseroles
and bowls without metallic trim.
Metal shields the food from microwave energy and produces
uneven cooking. Also avoid metal skewers, thermometers, or
foil trays. Metal containers can cause arcing, which can damage
the microwave oven.
bowls, cups, serving plates, and platters
without metallic trim.
Metal-trimmed or metal-banded dinnerware, casserole dishes,
etc. The metal trim interferes with normal cooking and may
damage the oven.
Plastic wrap (as a cover)- lay the plastic
wrap loosely over the dish and press it to
the sides.
Vent plastic wrap by turning back one edge
slightly to allow excess steam to escape.
The dish should be deep enough so that
the plastic wrap will not touch the food. As
the food heats it may melt the plastic wrap
wherever the wrap touches the food.
Use plastic dishes, cups, semi-rigid freezer
containers and plastic bags only for
short cooking time. Use these with care
because the plastic may soften from
the heat of the food.
Paper towels, waxed paper, paper
napkins, and paper plates with no metallic
trim or design. Look for the manufacturer's
label for use in the microwave oven.
Do not use recycled paper products in the
microwave oven. They sometimes contain
impurities that cause arcing and sparking.
Avoid large sheets of aluminum foil because they hinder
cooking and may cause harmful arcing. Use small pieces of
foil to shield poultry legs and wings. Keep ALL aluminum foil at
least 1 inch from the side walls and door of the oven.
Wooden bowls and boards will dry out and may split or crack
when you use them in the microwave oven. Baskets react in the
same way.
Be sure to leave openings for steam to escape from covered
containers. Pierce plastic pouches of vegetables or other food
items before cooking. Tightly closed pouches could explode.
Avoid using brown paper bags.
They absorb too much heat and could burn.
Any container that is cracked, flawed, or chipped may break in
the oven.
Remove metal twist ties from plastic or paper bags.
They become hot and could cause a fire.
Microwave-Safe Cookware
Never use metal or metal trimmed cookware
when using microwave function
Microwaves cannot penetrate metal. They will bounce
off any metal object in the oven and cause arcing, an
alarming phenomenon that resembles lightning. Most
heat resistant non-metallic cookware is safe for use
in your oven. However, some may contain materials
that render it unsuitable as microwave cookware. If
you have any doubts about a particular container,
there's a simple way to find out if it can be used in the
Plastic Cooking Bags
Provided they are made specially for cooking, cooking
bags are microwave safe. Remember to make a
slit in the bag so that steam can escape. Never use
ordinary plastic bags for cooking in the microwave
oven, as they will melt and rupture.
Plastic Microwave Cookware
A variety of shapes and sizes of microwave cookware
are available. You may be able to use items you
already have on hand rather than investing in new
kitchen equipment.
Testing Cookware before Use
Pottery, Stoneware, and Ceramic
Place the container in question next to a glass bowl
filled with water inside the oven. Microwave at HIGH
power for 1 minute. If the water heats up but the
container remains cool to the touch, the container is
Many containers made of these materials are
microwave-safe, but test them before use.
However, if the water does not change temperature
but the container becomes warm, microwaves are
being absorbed by the container and it is not safe
for use in the microwave oven. See the following list
for tips on using common items when microwave
Many dishes are microwave-safe. If in doubt consult
the manufacturer's literature or perform the microwave
test. Do not put plates with painted decoration in
the oven, as the paint may contain metal and cause
Glassware that is heat-resistant is microwave-safe.
This includes all brands of oven tempered glass
Do not use delicate glassware, such as tumblers or
wine glasses, as these might shatter as when heated.
Plastic Storage Containers
Use these only for quick reheating of food. Do not use
them when cooking food for long periods or at high
power levels, as the hot food will eventually warp or
melt the plastic.
Paper plates and containers are convenient and
safe to use in the microwave oven, provided that the
cooking time is short and foods to be cooked are low
in fat and moisture. Paper towels are also very useful
for wrapping foods and for lining baking trays in which
greasy foods such as bacon are cooked. In general,
avoid colored paper products as the color may run.
Some recycled paper products may contain impurities
which could cause arcing or fires when used in the
• Some items with high lead or iron content are
not suitable for microwave cooking.
• Cookware should be checked to ensure that it
is suitable for use in the microwave.
Microwave Cooking Tips
Keeping an Eye on Things
Always watch your food while it cooks. The light inside
the microwave oven turns on automatically when
the oven is cooking so you can monitor the cooking
process. Directions given in recipes to elevate, stir,
and the like should be thought of as the minimum
steps recommended. If the food seems to be cooking
unevenly, simply make the necessary adjustments
you think appropriate to correct the problem.
Factors Affecting Microwave Cooking Times
Many factors affect cooking times. The temperature
of ingredients used in a recipe makes a big difference
in cooking times. For example, a cake made with
ice-cold butter, milk, and eggs will take considerably
longer to bake than one made with ingredients that
are at room temperature. Some recipes, particularly
those for bread, cake, and custards, recommend that
food be removed from the oven when they are slightly
This is not a mistake. When allowed to stand, usually
covered, these foods will continue to cook outside of
the oven as the heat trapped within the outer portions
of the food gradually travels inward. If the food is left
in the oven until it is cooked all the way through, the
outer portions will become overcooked or even burnt.
Practice will improve your ability to estimate both
cooking and standing times for various foods.
Density of Food
Light, porous food such as cakes and breads cook
more quickly than heavy, dense foods such as
roasts and casseroles. You must take care when
microwaving porous food so that the outer edges do
not become dry and brittle.
Height of Food
Stirring is one of the most important of all microwaving
techniques. In conventional cooking, food is stirred for
the purpose of blending. Microwaved food, however,
is stirred in order to spread and redistribute heat.
Always stir from the outside towards the centre as the
outside of the food heats first.
The upper portion of tall foods, particularly roasts, will
cook more quickly than the lower portion.
Placing Thicker Portions Facing Outward
Therefore, it is wise to turn tall food several times
during cooking.
Moisture Content of Food
Because the heat generated from microwaves
causes moisture to evaporate, relatively dry food
such as roasts and some vegetables should either
be sprinkled with water prior to cooking or covered to
retain moisture.
Bone and Fat Content of Food
Bones conduct heat and fat cooks more quickly than
meat. Care must be taken when cooking bony or fatty
cuts of meat in order to prevent unevenly cooked or
overcooked meat.
Quantity of Food
The number of microwaves in your oven remains
constant regardless of how much food is being
cooked. Therefore, the more food you place in
the oven, the longer the required cooking time.
Remember to decrease cooking times by at least one
third when halving a recipe.
Shape of Food
Microwaves penetrate only about 3/4 of an inch (2
cm) into food. The interior portion of thick foods is
cooked as the heat generated on the outside travels
inward. Only the outer edge of food is cooked by
microwave energy; the rest is cooked by conduction.
The worst possible shape for a food that is to be
microwaved is a thick square.
The corners will burn long before the center is even
warm. Round thin foods and ring-shaped foods cook
most successfully in the microwave.
A cover traps heat and steam which causes food to
cook more quickly. Use a lid or microwave cling film
with a corner folded back to prevent splitting.
Covering with Parchment Paper
Parchment paper (not waxed paper) is microwave
safe. Because it makes a looser cover than a lid or
clingfilm, greaseproof paper allows the food to dry out
Place thicker cuts or portions of meat, poultry, and
fish toward the outer edge of the baking dish so they
absorb the most microwave energy and the food
cooks more evenly.
Strips of aluminium foil (which block microwaves)
can be placed over the corners or edges of square
and rectangular foods to prevent those portions from
overcooking. Never use too much foil and make sure
the foil is secured to the dish or it may cause arcing in
the oven especially if the foil passes too closely to the
walls of the oven during rotation.
Thick or dense foods can be elevated so that
microwaves can be absorbed by the underside and
center of the foods.
Foods enclosed in a shell, skin or membrane are
likely to burst in the oven unless they are pierced
prior to cooking. Such foods include yolks and whites
of eggs, clams, oysters, potatoes, and other whole
vegetables and fruits.
Testing if Cooked
Microwaves cook food quickly, so test food for
doneness frequently. Some foods are left in the
microwave until completely cooked, but most foods,
including meats and poultry, should be removed from
the oven while still slightly undercooked and allowed
to finish cooking during standing time. The internal
temperature of foods will rise between 5 °F (3 °C) and
15 °F (8 °C) during standing time.
Standing Time
Foods are often allowed to stand for 3 to 10 minutes
after being removed from the oven. Usually the foods
are covered during standing time to retain heat unless
they are supposed to be dry in texture. Standing
allows foods to finish cooking and also helps flavors
blend and develop.
• Place the front surface of the door three inches or
more from the countertop edge to avoid accidental
tipping of the microwave oven during normal use.
This section introduces you to the basics you need
to know to operate the microwave oven. Please read
this information before using the oven.
• To program the oven, make sure you touch the
center of each pad firmly since the areas between
the pads will not activate the oven. A tone will
sound each time a pad is touched correctly. Don’t
touch several pads at once.
• Do not strike the control panel with silverware,
utensils, etc. Breakage may occur.
• Always use caution when taking cookware out
of the oven. Some dishes absorb heat from the
cooked food and may be hot. See Cookware Guide
earlier in this section for more information.
• Do not rinse containers by placing them in water
immediately after cooking. This may cause
breakage. Also, always allow the turntable to cool
before removing it from the oven.
• Never operate the oven when it is empty. Food
or water should always be in the oven during
operation to absorb the microwave energy.
• Do not use the oven to dry newspapers or clothes.
They may catch fire.
• Use thermometers that have been approved for
microwave oven cooking.
• The turntable must always be in place when you
operate the oven.
• Do not use your microwave oven to cook eggs in
the shell. Pressure can build up inside the shell,
causing it to burst.
• There are several precautions to follow when
microwaving popcorn:
− Do not pop popcorn, except in a microwave-safe
container or commercial packages designed for
microwave ovens.
− Never try to pop popcorn in a paper bag that is
not microwave-approved.
− Overcooking may result in smoke and fire.
− Do not repop unpopped kernels.
− Do not reuse popcorn bags.
− Listen while corn pops. Stop oven when popping
slows to 2-3 seconds between pops.
− Do not leave microwave unattended while
popping corn.
− Follow directions on bag.
To avoid risk of personal injury or property
damage, do not use stoneware, metal cookware,
or metal rimmed cookware in the oven.
Audible Signals
Audible signals are available to guide you when
setting and using the oven:
• A tone will sound each time you touch a key.
• A melody signals the end of a Timer countdown.
• A melody signals the end of a cooking cycle.
When the oven is plugged in for the first time or when
power resumes after a power interruption, the clock
defaults to the 12-hour clock mode and 12H appears
in the display. You can set the time or switch to the
24-hour clock mode.
Setting the Clock Mode and Time of Day
Press + repeatedly to toggle between the 24hour (24H) and 12-hour (12H) clock mode.
Press START to set the clock mode.
Press START to set the hour.
To set the time of day, press + or – to select the
desired hour.
Press + or – to select the desired minutes.
Press START to finish setting the time of day.
• Press and hold + or - to quickly increase or
decrease numbers.
• To reset the clock mode, you must unplug
and reconnect the power cord.
• If you don't want the time of day to appear in
the display, press the STOP/Clear button,
after plugging in the oven.
To avoid risk of personal injury or property
damage, do not run oven while it is empty.
Interrupting Cooking
More / Less
Stop the oven during a cycle by opening the door.
The oven stops heating and the fan stops, but the
light stays on. To restart cooking, close the door and
touch START.
By using the – or + key, manual cook settings can
be adjusted to cook food for a longer or shorter time.
Pressing + adds 10 seconds to the cooking time each
time you press it. Pressing – subtracts 10 seconds
from the cooking time each time you press it. The
maximum cooking time possible in the manual cook
mode is 99 min 59 seconds.
To stop cooking and clear the remaining cook
time, open the door and touch STOP/Clear.
Child Lock
Use this safety feature to lock the control panel and
prevent the oven from being turned on when cleaning
the oven or to prevent children from unsupervised
use of the oven.
Locking the Oven
Touch and hold STOP/Clear until Loc
appears in the display and a melody sounds.
(approximately 3 seconds)
Unlocking the Oven
Touch and hold STOP/Clear until Loc
disappears and a melody sounds.
(approximately 3 seconds)
• If set, the time of day reappears in the display
after 1 second.
• If the oven is locked, Loc appears in the display
when any key is touched.
• Unlock the oven to resume normal use.
Quick Start
The Quick Start feature allows you to set 30-second
intervals of High power cooking with each touch of
the START button.
Close the oven door.
Press START.
Press STOP/Clear.
• The oven will immediately start cooking for 30
seconds on high power.
• Press START repeatedly to extend the cook
time by 30 seconds every time the button is
• The cook time can be extended to 99 minutes
and 59 seconds.
Adjusting the Cooking Time
Close the oven door.
Press START.
Press STOP/Clear.
Press + or – to increase or decrease the
remaining time by 10 seconds.
Energy Saving
When the oven is not in use, the display turns off to
save energy, unless the time of day is set to show
in the display.
Setting Manual Cooking
When not using the auto cooking functions, the
cooking time and power level are set manually.
Press STOP/Clear.
Press Power Level once, P-HI appears in the
Press + or – until the desired cooking time
appears in the display.
• P-HI indicates that the power level is at 100%.
Press – to decrease the power level in
10-percent increments, if desired.
Close the oven door.
Press START.
• When cooking is complete, a chime sounds
and "End" appears in the display window.
"End" remains in the display and the chime
repeats every minute until the door is opened,
or any button is pressed.
• If a power level is not selected, the oven
defaults to 100% power.
Microwave Power Levels
Auto Cook
This microwave oven is equipped with 10 power
levels to give you maximum flexibility and control over
cooking. See the table for suggested power levels for
various foods.
The Auto Cook menu has preprogrammed settings to
automatically cook certain foods. Select the correct
category for your item using the Auto Cook chart on
the next page, enter the amount, then press START
and the oven automatically cooks the item.
Microwave Power Level Chart
Open the oven door.
Press Auto Cook once.
Ac-1 appears in the display.
Press + repeatedly to select a food category. For
example, press until Ac-2 appears in the display
to cook fresh vegetables.
• Cooking poultry pieces, fish, &
Press START.
• Cooking tender cuts of meat.
Press + until the correct amount shows in the
Close the oven door.
(100 %)
• Boiling water.
• Browning ground beef.
• Making candy.
• Reheating rice, pasta, & vegetables.
• Reheating prepared foods quickly.
• Reheating sandwiches.
• Cooking egg, milk and cheese dishes.
• Melting chocolate.
• Cooking veal.
• Cooking whole fish.
• Cooking puddings and custard.
• Cooking ham, whole poultry and
• Cooking rib roast and sirloin tip.
• Thawing meat, poultry and seafood.
• Cooking less tender cuts of meat.
• Cooking pork chops and roasts.
• Taking chill out of fruit.
• Softening butter.
• Keeping casseroles and main dishes
• Softening butter and cream cheese.
Press STOP/Clear.
Press START.
Auto Reheat
The Auto Reheat menu has preprogrammed settings
to automatically reheat certain foods. Select the
correct category for your item using the Auto Reheat
chart on page 20, enter the amount, then press
START and the oven automatically reheats the item.
Open the oven door.
Press Auto Reheat once.
Ar-1 appears in the display.
Press + repeatedly to select a food category. For
example, press until Ar-4 appears in the display
to reheat pie.
Press START.
Press + until the correct amount shows in the
Close the oven door.
Press STOP/Clear.
Press START.
Auto Cook Table
2 - 4 slices
Place bacon slices on a microwave bacon rack for best
(Use dinner plate lined with paper towels if rack is not
Fresh Vegetable
1 - 4 cups
Place in a microwaveable bowl or casserole. Add water
according to the quantity.
• 1-2 cups : add 2 tbsp water.
• 3-4 cups : add 4 tbsp water.
Cover with vented plastic wrap.
Let stand 3 minutes after cooking.
Frozen Entree
10 - 40 oz.
Remove from outer display package. Slit cover. If not in
microwave-safe container, place on a microwaveable plate
and cover with vented plastic wrap. After cooking, let stand
in microwave oven 3 minutes.
Frozen Vegetable
1 - 4 cups
Place in a microwaveable bowl or casserole.
• 1-2 cups : add 2 tbsp water.
• 3-4 cups : add 4 tbsp water.
Cover with vented plastic wrap.
Let stand 3 minutes after cooking.
1 - 2 servings
1 serving
2 servings
½ cup (40 g)
1 cup (80 g)
Water or Milk
1 cup (230 g)
1 ½ cup (345 g)
Salt (optional)
1/8 tsp.
Combine water or milk, salt and oats in large microwavesafe bowl.
Cover with vented plastic wrap.
Let stand 3 minutes after cooking.
3.5 oz.
Pop only one package at a time.
For best results, use a fresh bag of popcorn.
Place a bag of prepackaged microwave popcorn on the
center of the glass tray.
1 - 4 ea
Pierce skin with a fork and place on paper towel. Do not
Let stand 5 minutes after cooking.
½ - 2 cups
½ cup
1 cup
1 ½ cup
2 cups
½ cup
(96 g)
1 cup
(192 g)
1 ½ cup
(288 g)
2 cups
(384 g)
1 cup
(230 g)
2 cups
(460 g)
3 cups
(690 g)
4 cups
(920 g)
Add rice and water in a deep and large microwave-safe
bowl (3 qt./3 L).
Cover with vented plastic wrap.
Let stand 5-10 minutes after cooking.
Auto Reheat Table
1 - 2 cups
(240 ml per cup)
10 - 20 oz
Dinner plate
10 - 20 oz
Cut leftover pie into pieces.
Place food on a microwave-safe dish.
Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and weight,
press Start.
1 - 3 slices
This is a reheat function for leftover pizza. Do not use to
cook pizza. Place on paper towel on a microwave safe
• Do not use recycled paper products in the
microwave oven.
They sometimes contain impurities that cause
arcing and sparking.
Use a mug or microwave-safe cup. Do not cover.
Stir after reheating.
(Be careful! The beverage will be very hot. Sometimes
liquids heated in cylindrical containers will splash out
unexpectedly when the cup is moved.)
Place in a microwaveable bowl or casserole.
Cover with vented plastic wrap.
Let stand 3 minutes after heating.
Place food on a plate.
Cover with vented plastic wrap.
Let stand 3 minutes after heating.
Never use a brown paper bag for popping corn.
• If popcorn bag size is not known, follow
manufacturers' instructions and do not use Auto
Cook feature.
• Do not attempt to reheat or cook any unpopped
• Do not reuse bag. Overcooking can result in an
oven fire.
• Prepare only one bag at a time.
• Do not use popcorn popping devices in
microwave oven with this feature.
• Do not leave microwave unattended while
cooking popcorn.
When popping prepackaged popcorn, place the bag
carefully in the oven so it does not touch the walls as
it rotates. Fold the ends of the bag up and toward the
center of the bag as shown.
The oven has 4 preset defrost cycles.
The defrost feature provides the best defrosting
method for frozen foods. The Defrost Table shows the
suggested defrost cycle for various foods.
The Defrost function conveniently chimes partway
through the defrost cycle to remind you to check, turn
over, separate, or rearrange the food for best results.
Defrost Table
0.1 - 6.0 lbs
Chops, rolled roast
Chops, hotdogs, spareribs,
country-style ribs, rolled roast,
Cutlets (1 lb, ½ inch thick)
Defrosting 1.2 Lbs of Meat
Open the oven door.
Press Defrost once.
Press + until display shows 1.2 lbs.
Close the oven door.
Food to be Defrosted
Ground beef, round steak, stew
cubes, tenderloin steak, pot roast,
rib roast, rump roast, chuck roast,
hamburger patties
Press STOP/Clear.
Turn food over at beep.
After defrosting, let stand for 5 - 15
dEF1 appears in the display.
0.1 - 6.0 lbs
Press START.
Whole, cut-up, breast (boneless).
Rinse chicken cavity with tap
water and let stand for 60 minutes
after cooking for better results.
Cornish Hens
• The countdown appears in the display after
START is pressed. The oven chimes once,
partway through the defrost cycle.
• At the chime, open the oven door and turn the
food over. Remove any food that has thawed.
Return the still frozen items to the oven and
press START to complete the defrost cycle.
Turn food over at beep.
After defrosting , let stand for 60
0.1 - 4.0 lbs
Fillets, whole steaks
Crab meat, lobster tails, shrimp,
Turn food over at beep.
After defrosting, let stand for 5 - 10
0.1 - 2.0 lbs
Sliced bread, buns, baguettes, etc.
Separate slices and place between
paper towels or on flat plate.
Turn food over at beep.
After defrosting, let stand for 1 - 2
Defrosting Tips
Weight Conversion Table
• When using Auto Defrost, the weight to be entered
is the net weight in pounds and tenths of pounds
(the weight of the food minus the container).
Most food weights are given in pounds and ounces.
If using pounds, food weights must be entered
into Auto Defrost in pounds and tenths of pounds
Use the following table if necessary to convert food
weights to decimals.
• Before starting, remove the metal twist-ties which
often come with frozen food bags, and replace
them with strings or elastic bands.
• Open containers such as cartons before they are
placed in the oven.
Equivalent Weight
• Slit the skins, if any, of frozen food such as
• Bend plastic pouches of food to ensure even
1.00 One Pound
• Always slit or pierce plastic pouches or packaging.
• If food is foil wrapped, remove foil and place the
food in a suitable container.
• Always underestimate defrosting time. If
defrosted food is still icy in the center, return it to
the microwave oven for more defrosting.
• The length of defrosting time varies according to
how solidly the food is frozen.
• The shape of the package affects how quickly
food will defrost. Shallow packages will defrost
more quickly than a deep block.
• As food begins to defrost, separate the pieces
Separated pieces defrost more easily.
• Use small pieces of aluminum foil to shield parts
of food such as chicken wings, leg tips, fish tails,
or areas that start to get warm. Make sure the foil
does not touch the sides, top, or bottom of the
oven. The foil can damage the oven lining.
• For better results, let food stand after defrosting.
(For more information on standing time, see the
Microwave Cooking Tips section.)
• Turn over food during defrosting or standing time
Break apart and remove food as required.
One-Half Pound
Operating Tips
• Remove fish, shellfish, meat, and poultry from
its original wrapping paper or plastic package.
Otherwise, the wrap will hold steam and juice close
to the foods, which can cause the outer surface of
the foods to cook.
• Place foods in a shallow container or in a
microwave roasting dish to catch the drippings.
• Food should still be somewhat icy in the center
when removed from the oven.
• The length of defrosting time varies according to
how solidly the food is frozen.
• The shape of the package affects how quickly food
will defrost. Shallow packages will defrost more
quickly than a deep block.
• Depending on the shape of the food, some areas
may defrost more quickly than others.
• For best results, shape ground meat into the form
of a doughnut before freezing. When defrosting,
scrape off thawed meat when the beep sounds and
continue defrosting.
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