OWNER’S MANUAL
MANUEL
D’UTILISATION
MANUAL DEL
PROPIETARIO
Model·Modèle·Modelo
DMW104W
CAUTION:
Read and follow all safety
rules and operating
instructions before first use of
this product.
Danby ®1.0cu.ft. Microwave Oven
Owners Manual ……………………………1-16
PRÉCAUTION:
Veuillez lire attentivement les
consignes de sécurité et les
instructions d’utilisation avant
l’utilisation initiale de ce
produit.
Danby ®1.0pi Four à micro-ondes
PRECAUCIÓN:
Lea y observie todas las
reglas de seguridad y las
instrucciones de operación
antes de usar este producto
por primera vez.
Danby ®1.0pies cúbicos Horno
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Manual d’utilisation …………………………17-32
micro ondas
Manual del propietario ……...………….…33-48
Danby Products Limited, Guelph, Ontario Canada N1H 6Z9
Danby Products Inc., Findlay, Ohio USA 45839-0669
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Precautions to Avoid Possible Exposure
to Excessive Microwave Energy………………………………………………………………………2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS……………………………………………………………… 2
Grounding instructions
……………………………………………………………………………3
Utensils Guide …………………………………………………………………………………………4
Microwave Cooking Principles ……………………………………………………………………… 4
SPECIFICATIONS ………………………………………………………………………………………..5
BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE…………………………………………………………………...5
Part Names ………………………………………………………………………………………………..6
Control Panel………………………………………………………………………………………………6
Operating INSTRUCTIONS ……………………………………………………………………………...7
1 SETTING THE CLOCK ………………………………………………………………………………..7
2 SETTING THE OVEN TIMER ……………………………………………………………………….8
3 SETTING THE COOKING TIME & POWER LEVEL ……………………………………………...8
4 SETTING “SPEED DEFROST” ……………………………………………………………………….9
5 SETTING “COOK BY WEIGHT” ……………………………………………………………………..10
6 SETTING “DEFROST BY WEIGHT”………………………………………………………………….11
7 SETTING “SAFETY LOCK”……………………………………………………………………………12
ABOUT “ONE TOUCH”COOKING………………………………………………………………………..12
SETTING “POPCORN”……………………………………………………………………………………12
SETTING “BAKED POTATO” ……………………………………………………………………………13
SETTING “PIZZA”………………………………………………………………………………………….13
SETTING “BEVERAGE” ………………………………………………………………………………….13
SETTING “FROZEN DINNER”……………………………………………………………………………14
SETTING “REHEAT” ………………………………………………………………………………………14
CLEANING AND CARE …………………………………………………………………………………….15
WARRANTY…………………………………………………………………………………………………..16
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing a Danby Microwave Oven. This Owner’s Manual will provide you with valuable
information necessary for the proper care and maintenance of your new appliance. If properly maintained, your
Danby appliance will give you many years of trouble free operation. Please take a few moments and read the
instructions thoroughly and familiarize yourself with all of the operational aspects of this appliance.
For easy reference, may we suggest you attach a copy of your sales slip/receipt to this page, along with the
following information which is located on the manufacturers nameplate located on the rear panel of the unit.
Model Number:
Serial Number:
Date of Purchase:
Dealer’s Name and Address:
This information will be required if your unit requires servicing and/or for general inquiries. To contact a Customer
Service Representative, call Danby TOLL FREE.
1-800-26- Danby®
Keep these instructions for future reference.
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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION RADIO FREQUENCY
INTERFERENCE STATEMENT (U.S.A ONLY)
This equipment generates and uses ISM frequency and if not installed and used properly, that is in strict accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type-tested and found to comply
with limits for an ISM Equipment pursuant to part 18 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against
such interference in a residential installation.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in particular installations. If this equipment does cause interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following:
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Reorient the receiving antenna of radio or television.
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Relocate the microwave oven with respect to the receiver.
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Move the microwave oven away from the receiver.
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Plug the microwave into a different outlet so that microwave and receiver are on different branch circuits.
The Manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATION to this
microwave oven, It is the responsibility of the user to correct such interference.
COMMISSION FÉDÉRALE DES COMMUNICATIONS ÉNONCÉ À PROPOS
DES INTERFERENCES DE RADIOFRÉQUENCE (É.-U.d’A. SEULEMENT)
Cet équipement produit et utilize de fréquence ISM. Si son installation et utilization n’est pas selon les instructions du fabricant, l’
équipement peut occasionner de l’interférence à la reception des ondes de radio et de television. L’ équipement a été éprouvé et
satisfait les limites des équipements ISM conformément à la section 18 des règlements de la CFC concus afin de foumir de la
protection raisonnable contre toute interference dans les installations résidentielles.
Cependant, cette installation n’est pas garantie exempt de tout vice d’interférence. Sic et équipement occasionne de l’interférence à
la diffusion d’ondes de radio ou de television, qui peut être constaté en allumant ou éteignant l’appareil, l’utilisateur est encourage
de corriger l’interférence en essayant l’une ou l’autre des methods suivantes:
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Réorientez l’antenne de reception de radio ou de television.
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Déplacez le four à micro-ondes en rapport au récepteur.
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Déplacez le four à micro-ondes à un endroit plus éloigné du récepteur.
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Branchez le four à micro-ondes dans une prise de courant différente pour qu’il soit sur un circuit different de celui du récepteur.
Toutes interference à la radiofréquence ou à la fréquence de la television occasionnées par la MODIFICATION NON AUTORISÉE à
ce four à micro-ondes ne sont pas la responsabilité du FABRICANT. L’utilisateur est responsible des corrections de cette
interference.
“FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT”
DECLARACION SOBRE INTERFERENCIA DE FRECUENCIAS DE RADIOCOMU NICACIONES DEL COMITÉ
FEDERAL DE COMUICACIONES (E.U.A. SOLAMENTE)
Este aparato genera y usa frecuencias ISM y si no se instala y se usa correctamente, es decir, cumpliendo
rigurosamente las instrucciones del fabricante, puede causar interferencia a la recepción de radio y television.
Este aparato ha pasado las pruebas para su tipo y se ha encontrado que cumplen con los limites para equipos ISM
según la sección 18 de las Reglas de la FCC, que se han diseñado para proprcionar una protceción razonable contra
tal tipo de interferencia en instalaciones residenciales.
Sin embargo, no se puede garantizar que no ocurran interferencias en ciertas instalaciones, Si este aparato causa
interferencia en la recepción de radio o television, lo cual se puede determiner encendiendo y apagando el aparato,
se recomienda que el usuario trate de corregir tal interferencia por medio de uno los siguientes métodos:
Cambiar la dirección de la antenna de recepción de radio o television.
Cambiar la ubicación del homo de microoddas con respecto al receptor.
Mover el homo de microondas lejos del receptor.
Enchufar el homo de microondas en un tomacorriente diferente para que al microondas y el receptor estén
conectados a diferentes circuitos de ramificacion.
El Fabricante no se hace responsable de interferencia alguna de radio o television causada por MODIFICACIONES NO
AUTORIZADAS efectuadas en este homo de microondas. El usuario tiene la responsabilidad de corregir tales
interference.
FRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY
a) DO NOT attempt to operate this oven with the door open since open-door operation can result in harmful
exposure to microwave energy. It is important not to defeat or tamper with the safety interlocks.
b) DO NOT place any object between the oven front face and the door or allow soil or cleaner residue to
accumulate on sealing surfaces.
c) DO NOT operate the oven if it is damaged. It is particularly important that the oven door close properly and
that there is no damage to the:
1) Door (bent)
2) Hinges and latches(broken or loosened)
3) Door seals and sealing surfaces.
d) The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified service personnel.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
7. As with any appliance, close supervision is
When using electrical appliances, basic safety
necessary when used by children.
precautions should be followed, including the
following:
8. To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity:
WARNING-To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock,
a. Do not overcook food. Carefully attend appliance
if paper, plastic or other combustible materials
fire, injury to persons or exposure to excessive
are placed inside the oven to facilitate cooking.
b. Remove wire twist-ties from paper or plastic bags
microwave energy:
1. Read all instructions before using the appliance.
before placing bag in oven.
2. Read and follow the specific ”precautions to
c. If materials inside the oven should ignite, keep
oven door closed, turn oven off, and disconnect
avoid possible exposure to excessive microwave
energy” above.
3. The oven must be placed on a countertop which
the power cord or shut off power at the fuse or
is a minimum of 920mm(36 inches) from the
floor., For correct operation, the oven must have
circuit breaker panel.
d. Do not use the cavity for storage purposes. Do
not leave paper products, cooking utensils or
sufficient air flow. Allow7.8” of space above the
food in the cavity when not in use.
9. Microwave heating of beverages can result in
oven, 4” at back and 2” at both sides. Do not
cover or block any openings on the appliance. Do
delayed eruptive boiling, therefore care has to be
not remove feet.
taken when handling the container.
10. Do not deep fry food in the microwave. It is
4. This appliance must be grounded. Connected
only to properly grounded outlet. See “grounding
difficult to control the fat which could cause a fire
instructions” on page 3.
hazard.
11. Pierce foods with heavy skins such as potatoes,
5. Some products such as whole eggs and sealed
containers, for example, closed glass jars may
explode and should not be heated in this oven.
whole squash, apples and chestnuts before
6. Use this appliance only for its intended use as
described in this manual. Do not use corrosive
cooking.
12. The contents of feeding bottles and baby jar
chemicals or vapors in this appliance. This type
foods should be stirred or shaken and the
of oven is specifically designed to heat, cook or
dry food. It is not designed for industrial or
temperature should be checked before serving in
order to avoid burns.
13. See door surface cleaning instructions on page
laboratory use.
15.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
14. Cooking utensils may become hot because of
which gives protection against exposure to
heat transferred from the heated food. Potholders
microwave energy.
may be needed to handle the utensil.
23. Liquids, such as water, coffee, or tea can be
15. Do not cover or block any openings on the
overheated beyond the boiling point without
appliance.
appearing to be boiling due to surface tension of
16. Do not store or use this appliance outdoors. Do
the liquid. Visible bubbling or boiling when the
not use this product near water, for example, near
container is removed from the microwave oven is
a kitchen sink, in a wet basement, or near a
not always present.
swimming pool, and the like.
THIS COULD RESULT IN VERY HOT LIQUIDS
17. Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged
SUDDENLY BOILING OVER WHEN A SPOON
cord or a plug, if it is not working properly or if it
OR OTHER UTENSIL IS INSERTED INTO THE
has been damaged or dropped.
LIOUID.
18. Do not immerse cord or plug in water. Keep cord
To reduce the risk of injury to person:
away from heated surface. Do not let cord hang
a. Do not overheat the liquid.
over edge of table or counter.
b. Stir the liquid both before and halfway
19. Use only thermometers which are specifically
through heating it.
designed for use in microwave ovens.
c. Do not use straight-sided containers with
20. Do not operate any heating or cooking appliance
beneath this appliance.
narrow necks.
d. After heating, allow the container to stand in
21. Be certain the glass tray and roller ring are in
the microwave oven for a short time before
place when you operate the oven.
22. WARNING: It is hazardous for anyone other than
removing the container.
e. Use extreme care when inserting a spoon or
a trained person to carry out any service or repair
other utensil into the container.
operation which involves the removal of any cover
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of an electrical short circuit, grounding reduces risk of electric
shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current.
WARNING: Improper use of the grounding plug can result in a risk of electric shock.
Electrical Requirements
The electrical requirements are a 120 volt 60 HZ, AC only, 20 amp. It is recommended that a separate circuit
serving only the oven be provided. The oven is equipped with a 3-prong grounding plug. It must be plugged
into a wall receptacle that is properly installed and grounded. A short power-supply cord is provided to
reduce risk of becoming entangled in or tripping over a long cord.
Extension Cord
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 microwave oven.
Notes: 1. If you have any questions about the grounding or electrical instructions, consult a qualified
electrician or service person.
Notes: 2. Neither Danby nor the dealer can accept any liability for damage to the oven or personal injury
resulting from failure to observe proper electrical connection procedures.
Radio or TV Interference
Should there be any interference caused by the microwave oven to your radio or TV, check that the
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GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
Microwave oven is on a different circuit, relocate the radio or TV as far away from the oven as possible or check
position and signal of receiving antenna.
Power Supply Cord
1. A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risks resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping
over a longer cord.
2. Longer cord sets or extension cords are available and may be used if care is exercised in their use.
3. If long cord or extension cord is used:
a) The marked electrical rating of the cord set or extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical
rating of the appliance.
b) The extension cord must be a grounding-type 3-wire cord, and The longer cord should be arranged so
that it will not drape over the counter op or table top where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over
unintentionally.
UTENSILS GUIDE
1. The ideal material for a microwave utensil is transparent to microwaves, it should allow energy to pass
through the container and heat the food.
2. Microwave cannot penetrate metal, so metal utensils or dishes with metallic trim should not be used.
3. Do not use recycled paper products when microwave cooking, as they may contain small metal fragments
which may cause sparks and/or fires.
4. A round dish is preferable to oval or rectangular dishes, because food cooked in corners allow more exposure
to microwaves. Over cooking at corners may occur. The list below is a general guide to help you select the
correct utensils.
Cookware
Heat-Resistant Glass
Microwave Cooking
Yes
Non Heat-Resistant Glass
No
Heat-Resistant Ceramics
Microwave-Safe Plastic Dish
Yes
Yes
Kitchen Paper
Yes
Metal Tray
Metal Rack
No
No
Aluminum Foil & Foil Containers
Yes
MICROWAVE COOKING PRINCIPLES
The speed and evenness of microwave cooking is affected by the foods themselves. Microwaves penetrate foods
to a depth of 1.8 to 3.8 cm (3/4 to 1/2 inches) on all surfaces. The interior of foods greater than 5 cm (2 inches) in
diameter heats by conduction. Food with high water, fat or sugar content respond quickly to microwave energy.
Quantity. Microwave cooking times are directly
related to the amount of food in the oven
because energy is absorbed by the food itself.
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MICROWAVE COOKING PRINCIPLES
Size. Small pieces cook faster than large ones. To
dry ones. Add a minimum of liquid to moist foods, as
speed cooking, cut pieces smaller than 5 cm (2
excess water slows cooking. Prick foods with skins
inches), so microwave can penetrate to the center
like those on potatoes or squash, so internal steam
from all sides. For even cooking, make all the pieces
can escape.
the same size.
Fat and Bone. Marbling within meat, or a thin, even
Shape. Foods irregular in shape, like fish or chicken
layer of fat on a roast, speeds cooking. Large fatty
breasts, take longer to cook in the thicker parts. To
areas or excess drippings in dish attract energy away
help them cook evenly, place the thickest parts to the
from meat to slow cooking. Center bones do not affect
outside of the dish, where they will receive more
cooking, but bone on the side of meat conducts heat
energy.
to the areas next to it.
Starting temperature. Frozen or refrigerated food
Density. The depth to which microwaves penetrate
takes longer to heat than food at room temperature.
foods varies depending on their density. Porous foods,
Moisture Content. Microwaves are attracted by
like ground beef or mashed potatoes, microwave
moisture. Naturally moist foods microwave better than
faster than dense ones like steak or whole potatoes
SPECIFICATIONS
Power Consumption:
Output:
120V~60HZ, 1450W
1000W
Operation Frequency:
2450MHZ
Outside Dimensions:
12” (H) X20 11/16” (W) X16 5/16” (D) or
305mm (H) X525mm (W) X415mm (D)
Oven Cavity Dimensions:
8 5/8” (H) X13 3/4” (W) X14 ” (D) or
Oven Capacity:
219mm (H) X350mm (W) X355mm (D)
1.0 cu. ft.
Cooking Uniformity:
Turntable System (12 3/8” / 315mm)
Net Weight:
Approx.39.4lbs./17.9kg
BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE
If the oven fails to operate:
A) Check to ensure that the oven is plugged in
securely. If it is not, remove the plug from the
C) Check to ensure that the control panel is
programmed correctly and the timer is set.
outlet, wait 10 seconds and plug it in again
D) Check to ensure that the door is securely closed
securely.
B) Check for a blown circuit fuse or a tripped main
engaging the door safety lock system. Otherwise,
the microwave energy will not follow into the
circuit breaker. If these seem to be operating
oven.
properly, test the outlet with another appliance.
IF NONE OF THE ABOVE RECTIFY THE SITUATION, THEN CONTACT A QUALIFIED
TECHNICIAN. DO NOT TRY TO ADJUST OR REPAIR THE OVEN YOURSELF.
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PART NAMES
① Door Safety Lock System
② Oven Window
③ Microwave outlet cover
④ Turntable-Shaft
⑤ Roller Ring
⑥ Glass Tray
⑦ Control Panel
⑧ Door Release Button
CONTROL PANEL
DISPLAY
When set, displays clock/timer, shows cooking
(Also see following pages for more detail.)
function (COOK, DEFROST, etc.) and step-by-step
word prompts (which tell you which pad to touch) for
easy oven setting.
BAKED POTATOES
Automatic program designed for best microwaving
potatoes. For small potatoes (4-6 oz.) touch once,
touch AMOUT (1 to 4) then START. For large potatoes
(8-10 oz.) tap pad twice, touch AMOUT (1 to 4) then
START.
POPCORN PAD
Automatic one-step setting for a 1/2-3 oz. bag of
microwave popcorn. Touch POPCORN pad, then
START. See pages on “POPCORN” to reset control
for packages of different ounce weight.
PIZZA PAD
Automatic program designed for pizza. Touch once
then touch START for reheating 1 slice; tap pad twice,
then START for frozen whole microwave pizza.
BEVERAGE PAD
Automatic setting for cups or mugs of hot beverages
(tea/coffee) For cup size (5-7 oz.), touch pad once,
touch AMOUT(1-4) then START. For larger mugs
FROZEN DINNER PAD
Automatic program designed for best reconstituting a
(8-11),tap pad twice, touch AMOUNT(1-4) then
variety of frozen single-serving entrees and dinners.
START.
REHEAT PAD
For smaller single serving entree (7-9 oz.) touch once,
touch AMOUT then START. For a single larger (TV
Automatically programs oven to heat a plate of food
dinner type) frozen dinner (10-12 oz.) tap pad twice
evenly. Touch REHEAT pad then START.
then START.
NUMBER PADS
Touch to set cook, speed defrost, timer and clock.
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POWER PAD
DEFROST BY WEIGHT
Oven automatically cooks at high power. For a lower
Automatic defrosting for large meats. Controls power
power level, set cook time, touch POWER and enter
level to thaw without excessive outside warming.
number (1-9) for lower power level.
SPEED DEFROST
TIMER PAD
Automatically programs lower power levels for even
Independent kitchen timer. Set any time even while
defrosting. Touch SPEED DEFROST, set time and
oven is operating. Touch TIMER pad, set time then
START.
START. Touch RESET to cancel.
CLOCK
COOK PAD
Touch pad once, touch number pads and CLOCK to
Cook at one power level for a period of time, then
set clock.
automatically switch to another power level for the
RESET
remaining cook time.
Touch to clear display of unused time after cooking,
COOK BY WEIGHT
also cancel timer.
Touch COOK BY WEIGHT pad, enter weight of meat
START/STOP PAD
accurately, then START. After partial cooking, oven
Touch as final step in setting oven. Touch to stop
stops, leaving time on display. Turn over meat when
microwaving while oven is in operation (re-touch to
oven stops after partial cooking. Re-touch START to
continue timing shown on display). Will not stop timer.
finish.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. SETTING THE CLOCK
B. Changing the clock time.
A. Setting the clock when the oven is plugged in.
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Touch the CLOCK pad once, the display will show
“ENTER CLOCK TIME”
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Enter the correct time of day by touching the
touch the CLOCK pad once, the display will show
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“ENTER CLOCK TIME”.
Enter the correct time of day by touching the
correct number pads. You must set at least 3
digits (one for hour(s) and two for minutes). For
correct number pads. You must set at least 3
minute less than 10, precede the “minutes” digit
digits (one for hour(s) and two for minutes). For
minute less than 10, precede the “minutes” digit
by a 0. Example: for 5 minutes past 2, set 2:05.
The colon will flash between hour and minute
by a 0. Example: for 5 minutes past 2, set 2:05.
digits. If you prefer not to have the clock
The colon will flash between hour and minute
digits. If you prefer not to have the clock displayed,
displayed, set the clock for 00:00 and the display
will only show a colon.
set the clock for 00:00 and the display will only
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Touch CLOCK to lock in the time.
show a colon.
Touch CLOCK to lock in the time.
Colon will stop flashing and clock will begin to
keep current time. After clock has been set, the
Colon will stop flashing and clock will begin to
word prompt clock and time of day will always
keep current time. After clock has been set, the
word prompt clock will always show on the
show on the display unless oven is in a cooking
operation.
display unless oven is in a cooking operation.
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C. Notes on setting the clock.
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B. Notes on setting the oven timer.
If YOU MAKE A MISTAKE in setting the correct
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time, start oven by pressing the CLOCK pad
taking place, touch RESET pad.
twice.
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To STOP OR RESET TIMER when cooking is not
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WHEN SETTING TIMER DURING A COOKING
TO RECALL TIME OF DAY WHILE YOU ARE
OPERATION take care to set timer correctly.
COOKING, press the CLOCK pad. Time of the
Once the timer is set during cooking, setting
day will be displayed for 3 seconds before
cannot be changed without resetting the cooking
returning to displaying the counting down of the
function at the same time. Touching RESET will
cooking time.
not allow you to change timer setting while
IN CASE OF POWER FAILURE, when the power
cooking.
has been restored, the control will be in a clock
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When end of time has been reached, one long
set mode. Follow the directions for setting the
beep can be heard and timer will leave the
clock.
display. If oven is not cooking, CLOCK and time
of day (if set) will return to the display. If oven is in
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BEEPS DURING OVEN SETTING ONE BEEP:
cooking operation, one long beep can be heard
Oven accepts the entry. Information has been
and TIMER will leave display while oven is
entered in the correct sequence. TWO BEEPS:
continuing cooking time countdown.
Oven does not accept the entry. Check and try
again.
3. SETTING THE COOKING TIME & POWER
LEVEL
2. SETTING THE OVEN TIMER
A. QUICK & EASY
When cooking at 100% power, simply set cook
A. Timer works independently of cooking and can be
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time by touching number pads (for example, 3
set anytime for various kitchen tasks. Use oven
timer though oven is also timing a microwave
minutes: touch 3-0-0) and START. 100% power is
automatically set. For 1-step cooking, you do not
cooking function. Set time as follows:
have to touch COOK pad before setting time.
Touch the TIMER pad. Word prompts ENTER
TIMER TIME show on the display. If you are
B. TO COOK AT LOWER POWER LEVELS
After setting cook time, touch POWER pad then
using the TIMER while cooking in the oven:
single digit representing the power level desired.
Cooking time countdown will be temporarily
replaced on the display while timer is being set.
Touch START pad. Since oven automatically
assumes 100% power, you must switch power
Enter the amount of time you wish to set by
level (when desired) after setting cook time.
touching the correct number pads. Digit time is in
minutes and seconds and set left to right. Set one
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USE THESE SINGLE DIGITS TO
digit (a 5 for 5 seconds) or up to four digits (2405
REPRESNET POWER LEVELS
for 24 minutes, 5 sec-seconds). ENTER TIMER
remains on the display.
Digit
9
Touch START/STOP pad. Word prompt TIMER
8
80%
starts flashing and timer countdown can be seen
on display for 3 seconds before cooking time is
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6
70%
60%
returned to display. Word prompt TIMER is
5
50%
displayed alone with additional word prompt
indicating current cooking mode.
4
3
40%
30%
2
20%
1
10%
.
8
% of Power
90%
C. TWO-STAGE COOKING
4. SETTING “SPEED DEFROST”
Two-stage cook function lets you cook a food at
A. Speed Defrost automatically sets microwave oven
two different power levels with one time setting.
power for quickest thawing of small to medium
For example, rice should be cooked in two stages.
size foods. Speed Defrost works on a timer, so
Stage 1 starts rice at 100% power for 5 minutes;
you must know how much time to set. Speed
stage 2 completes cooking 10-12 minutes at 50%
Defrost thawing times are usually fast enough that
power level.
you stay close to oven and can attend to the food
SET STAGE 1:
as it is defrosting. Many foods benefit from being
Assuming 100% power, just touch number pad
turned over, rearranged or broken apart (if
illustrated in “Quick and Easy” setting above for
separate pieces are frozen together.) This
correct first stage time. (Most 2 stage recipes start
attention makes defrosting faster and more even.
with 100% power but you can also switch power
“How do I know whether to set Speed Defrost or
levels after setting cook time.)
Defrost by Weight?” This is determined by the
DO NOT TOUCH START PAD.
type of food being defrosted and amount of
SET STAGE 2:
attention that must be paid to the food. The
Touch COOK pad then enter proper cooking time
automatic-coded Defrost by Weight requires only
and (lower) power level. (Most 2 stage recipes use
turn-over of the meat.
lower power for second stage.) Touch START
l Touch SPEED DEFROST pad.
pad. First stage of cooking begins.
Word prompts ENTER DEF TIME shows on the
MEM (memory) word prompt shows on the display
display.
during Stage 1 Cooking, indicating that the oven is
remembering that a second step (stage 2) has
l Enter desired Speed Defrost time by touching
correct number pads. Digital timer sets minutes
been programmed. After Stage 1 time has elapsed,
and seconds from left to right so a single digit can
signal may be heard, signaling the beginning of
Stage 2.
be set (5 for 5 seconds) or up to 4 digits (2405 for
24 minutes 5 seconds). ENTER DEF remains on
AFTER TOTAL TIME HAS ELAPSED, 4 long
the display. Touch START/STOP pad. DEF
beeps sound and END appears in display. Touch
RESET pad or open oven door to clear END
flashes on the display and defrost time begins
counting down. AFTER TIME HAS ELAPSED
before starting another cooking function.
signal sound and END appears in display. Touch
THESE ARE NORMAL:
RESET pad or open door to clear END before
starting another cooking function.
Outside of oven may feel warm. Steam may
B. To set “SPEED DEFROST” and one or two-stage
escape from oven or moisture in oven may be
seen after cooking.
cooking sequentially. After setting SPEED
DEFROST, oven can be programmed to
Change in interior light intensity, and change in
automatically switch to One or Two-Stage cook.
blower sound when lower power setting are used.
TV or radio interference (similar to interference
This feature is useful for frozen, moist casseroles
and similar foods which can be stirred while
experienced in other small appliances) may be
reconstituting. After defrosting, cook at 100%
noticed. This does not indicate a problem.
power level, then reduce to lower settings until
bubbling hot. Stir occasionally to break up and
redistribute heat.
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For Defrost and One Stage Cook, follow steps
l
above. Before touching START pad, touch COOK
shows ENTER CODE on display.
pad, enter time using number pads and power if
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Select desired code from 1 through 3. Door
desired. Then touch START pad. MEM shows on
frame (open the door to review) and chart at
the display until oven switches (beeps twice) to
right describe types of food for each code.
COOK. See page 9 for detailed information on
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Staged Cooking.
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Touch CCOK BY WEIGHT pad. World prompt
Enter the one-digit code by touching the
correct number pad.
For Defrost and Two Stage Cook, follow steps
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Check weight of meat. Weight must be in
above. Before touching START pad, enter two
pounds and ounces. If label gives weight in
COOK programs, using a different (usually lower)
pounds only, change the fraction of a pound
power for the second COOK. MEM shows on the
to ounces using chart on page 11.
display during both Defrost and first COOK stage.
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Signal sound when switching stages.
Enter weight. Word prompt ENTER shows in
display and 0’s show where LB and OZ
should be entered. LB flashes until you enter
INTERRUPT DEFROSTING (to stir food, turn it
pound(s) by touching correct number pad.
over, or provide other attention). Either touch
When pound(s) has been entered, LB will
START/STOP pad or open the oven door.
stop flashing and OZ will flash. As soon as all
Unelapsed time will show on display; recluse the
these digits have been set, display will
door and restart to continue. Or if no additional
immediately show cook time. Ounce weights
defrosting is required, touching RESET pad
less than 10 must be preceded by a 0. As
clears the display.
soon as three digits are set, display
immediately shows cook time.
5. SETTING COOK BY WEIGHT“
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Touch START/STOP to start oven, CODE
This feature is for roasting meats in the microwave.
Its pre-set times and power levels give better
flashes in display as time counts down.
Interior light goes on and fan sound is heard.
results than microwaving at one power only, and it
Signal sound after about 1/4 time. If
is easier to microwave meat with this setting than
with cookbook instructions because you do not
necessary, check thin edges of meat and
poultry for shielding.
have to calculate “minutes per pound” cooking
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After partial cooking, oven beeps twice and
times. As soon as you enter the code (which tells
the oven the type of meat) and the weight, the
stops. Interior light goes off but time remains
on the display. Stop is to prevent meat’s
oven calculates cooking time. Meat must be
overcooking on one side before turning over.
defrosted and at refrigerated temperature to
correspond with the pre-set times in this code.
After turning meat over, touch START pad to
resume the time on display and finish
Meat-roast weights in about the 3 to 5 pound
cooking.
range microwave best, COOK BY WEIGHT code
allows a setting lower than 3 lb. but no higher than
l
After total cooking time, 4 long beeps sound
and END appears in display. Touch RESET or
5 lb. Depending on code, two beeps signal an
open oven door to clear END before starting
error in setting a too-high weight. “Cook by
Weight” programs the oven to stop after partial
another cooking function. Let roast stand few
minutes before carving.
cooking, so meat won’t overcook on one side.
Turn meat over, then touch START pad to
continue cooking.
When oven switches power levels, you may
observe change in lighting intensity and/or
change in blower sound. This is normal.
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“COOK BY WEIGHT” CODE DESCRIPTIONS
Code Roast
Type
Internal
Temperature
After Standing
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Maximum
and ounces. If label gives weight in pounds
Recommended
only, you can change the fraction of a pound
Weight
to ounces using chart on page 11. Unwrap
meat before defrosting. Touch DEFROST BY
Beef
1
Roast
Rare-140 deg.
WEIGHT pad. Word prompt ENTER shows in
5lb. 16oz
display and 0’s show where LB and OZ
Beef
2
and
Medium-160 deg.
should be entered. LB flashes until you enter
5lb. 16oz
pound(s) by touching correct number pad.
Lamb
3
Pork
Check weight of meat. It must be in pounds
When pound(s) has been entered, LB will
Well done-170 deg. 5lb. 14oz
stop flashing and OZ will flash. As soon as all
these digits have been set, display will
CONVERTING FRACTIONS OF
immediately show cook time. Ounce weights
A POUND TO OUNCES
less than 10 must be preceded by a 0. As
Most meat packages show weight in pounds
only. Convert fractions of a pound to ounces for
soon as three digits are set, display
COOK BY WEIGHT feature by using chart below.
immediately shows cook time.
FRACTION OF A POUND
OUNCES
Less than .03
.03 to .09
0
1
.10 to .15
2
Interior light goes on, turntable rotates and
.16 to .21
3
fan sound is heard.
.22 to .27
4
.28 to .34
5
.35 to .40
6
.41 to .46
7
stops. Interior light goes off but time remains
on the display. This pause in operation is to
.47 to .53
8
allow turning over, rearranging or shield. After
.54 to .59
9
.55 to .65
10
attending to meat appropriately, touch START
to resume the time on display and finish
.66 to .71
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cooking. After total cooking time, 4 long
.72 to .78
.79 to .84
12
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beeps sound and END appears in display.
Touch RESET or open oven door to clear
.85 to .90
14
END before starting another cooking function.
.91 to .97
Above.97
15
Go to next even
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Touch START/STOP pad to start oven. CODE
flashes in display as time counts down.
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After partial defrosting, oven beeps twice and
Notes:
l Allow enough time for defrosting because it is
more slow and gradual than SPEED
6. Setting “defrost by weight”
Set DEFROST BY WEIGHT for any weight up to 6
DEFROST. With DEFROST BY WEIGHT, low
power microwaving is interspersed within
pounds. Because it is a more gentle defrost
“resting” and “standing” periods where no
setting than “Speed Defrost”, it is especially good
for meats which are dense in the center but
microwave at all enter the oven. These
no-microwave periods allow meat to equalize
vulnerable to overcooking on the edges. For
in temperature before next period of
meats as small as a pound of hamburger or
delicate shrimp, choosing DEFROST BY WEIGHT
microwaving automatically comes on.
“DEPROST BY WEIGHT” automatically sets
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will give more even thawed results than SPEED
the correct thawing time, but you must enter
DEFROST setting. Choose DEFROST BY
WEIGHT for large roasts.
the food weight accurately. Weight must be in
pounds and ounces. Place meat on
microwave-safe rack in microwave roasting
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dish. Place meats fat-side down and poultry
breast-side down.
7. SETTIGN “SAFETY LOCK”
COOK TIME. You may wish to do this if your
The safety lock prevents unsupervised operation
favorite size of popcorn is something other than 3
by little children. During idle mode, press and hold
1/2 oz. Sizes from the individual 2 oz. size up to
the RESET pad for 3 seconds to activate the child
the larger “family size” packages are now
lock function. To cancel the child lock, press and
available. If you do change the popcorn setting,
hold the RESET pad for 3 seconds again in idle
however, the oven will continue to select the new
mode.
setting each time you touch the POPCORN pad
until you reset it again.
ABOUT “ONE TOUCH” COOKING
TO AVOID DISCOLRATION ON YOUR OVEN
Your oven has 6 “ONE TOUCH” cooking
TURNTABLE, set microwave popcorn packages
programs for microwaving popular foods. When
on a microwaveable saucer or other small plate.
selecting a “ONE TOUCH” setting, check visual
The “this side down” side of microwave popcorn
guide on pad for correct setting. Where dots (.) (..)
bags contains a heat-absorbing lining which gets
are shown on a “ONE TOUCH” pad, more than
very hot. Placing a saucer between the bag and
one size of food can be cooked. Three “ONE
the turntable prevents the bag’s dyes from
TOUCH” settings allow you to cook several
staining the turntable when hot.
amounts (one or more items) of the same food.
These include the “FROZEN ENTER”, “BAKED
TIPS TO KNOW ABOUT MICROWAVE
POTATO” and “BEVERAGE”. After you touch
POPCORN: Check popcorn as it pops and stop
these pads, AMT(amount) appears on the display
when pops slow down to 3 seconds apart. Do not
as a reminder to program the number of items you
are microwaving into the oven’s control. The
try to re-pop unpopped kernels. Unless you have
a microwave recommended utensil for popping
categories which have dots corresponding to two
corn, use only commercial bags of microwave
sizes of foods include: “PROZEN ENTER”,
“BAKED POTATO”,”PIZZA” AND “BEVERAGE”.
popcorn. Using glass or ceramic dishes or paper
bags may cause harm to oven. Be careful when
In each “ONE TOUCH COOK” category, smaller
handling hot bags of popcorn. To prevent steam
size food is set by touching pad once. One dot (.)
below picture of smaller-size food signifies one
burns, keep hands to sides of package, rather
than the top. Especially warm children of high heat
touch of the pad. The large size can be set by
in popcorn bags.
tapping the picture pad twice. Two dots (..) below
the picture of large size food signifies two taps of
1. Touch POPCORN Pad, CCOK appears on the
the pad. Where AMT appears with “ONE TOUCH”
display, along with time setting of 2:10 (2 min. 10
settings, setting a greater number of items than
allowed will result in two beeps, signaling an error.
sec.). This pre-set cook time has been
coordinated with the oven’s wattage for best
The following pages give the maximum number of
results of a regular-size 3 1/2 oz. bag of popcorn.
items allowed for each setting.
2. Touch START pad. Word prompt COOK flashes
while the timer counts down during cooking
SETTING “POPCORN”
operation. Interior light goes on and fan sound is
The “POPCORN” control automatically sets the
correct COOK time for a 3 1/2 oz. bag of
heard. Turntable rotates. (For single popcorn bag,
leaving turntable on gives best cooking results.)
microwave popcorn.
YOU CAN CHANGE THE POPCORN SETTING
TO “REMEMBER” A DIFFERENT
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3. TO reset POPCORN time: Tap POPCORN pad
SETTING “PIZZA”
twice. ENTER TIME appears on display. Touch
With the automatic PIZZA pad you can reheat
number pads to enter minutes and seconds. Touch
single serving of leftover cooed pizza or a whole
START pad. This new cook time will remain
frozen microwave pizza. The amount depends on
whenever you use the POPCORN pad until your
how you set the pad. For a thick slice (or two thin
reset it.
ones-about 4 or 5 ounces total) of reheated pizza,
touch the PIZZA pad once. For a whole frozen
SETTING “BAKED POTATO”
microwave pizza, tap the PIZZA pad twice. Dots by
The “POTATO” automatic setting allows you to
the pictures of two kinds of pizza designate
easily set the microwave to cook a variety of
whether to touch once (for the reheated slice) or
potatoes. A built-in standing time helps equalize
tap twice (for the whole frozen pizza).
the potatoes temperature during the microwave
process. Touch once for small to average (4 to 6
oz.) potatoes. Tap twice for the hefty 8 to 10 oz.
1. REHEATING A SLICE (OR TWO THIN ONES) OF
dinner size. After you select the size of potato (by
LEFTOVER PIZZA: Touch PIZZA pad once.
touching once for small-medium or tapping twice
CODE and 0:45 (45 sec.) appears.
for large), you must set the amount the number of
2. HEATING A WHOLE PROZEN MICROWAVE
potatoes you are cooking. With the POTATO pad,
PIZZA: Tap PIZZA pad twice. CODE and 2:40 (2
you can cook up to 4 potatoes of either size.
min. 40 sec.) appears.
3. Touch START. CODE flashes on display and cook
1. For 4 to 6 oz. potatoes, touch POTATO pad once.
ENTER AMT appears on display. Enter number of
time begins to count down.
SETTING “BEVERAGE”
potatoes (up to 4) by touching number pads from
The BEVERAGE pad is automatically
1 to 4. Cook times for small-medium potatoes are
as follows:
programmed to let you microwave cups of
beverages (tea/coffee) in two sizes. For small
1 potato:
4 min. 11 sec.
“coffee cup” serving, touch the BEVERAGE pad
2 potatoes:
3 potatoes:
7 min. 34 sec.
10 min. 46 sec.
once. One dot by the picture of a coffee cup
designates one touch of the pad. With large coffee
4 potatoes:
13 min. 20sec.
mugs, tap the BEVERAGE pad twice. Two dots by
the picture of coffee mug on the BEVERAGE pad
designates touching the BEVERAGE pad twice.
2. For large 8 to 10 oz. potatoes, tap POTATO pad
twice. ENTER AMT appears on display. Enter
After you have selected the coffee cup size, you
number of potatoes (up to 4) by touching number
pads from 1 to 4. Cook times for large potatoes
must set amount of cups to be microwaved. If you
skip the AMOUNT step, the oven assumes 1 cup.
are as follows:
1 potato:
2 potatoes:
6 min. 32 sec.
11 min. 01 sec.
3 potatoes:
15 min. 23 sec.
Enter number of cups (up to 4) by touching
4 potatoes:
19 min. 29sec.
number pads from 1 to 4. Cook times for coffee
cups are as follows:
1. For 5 to 7 oz. coffee cups, touch BEVERAGE pad
once. ENTER AMT (amount) appears on display.
3. CODE and the correct amount of cook time
1 cup:
1 min..
depending on amount (number) of potatoes,
appears on display. Touch START pad. CODE
2 cup:
3 cup:
1 min. 50 sec.
2 min. 40 sec.
flashes on display and time begins to count down.
4 cup:
3 min. 30 sec.
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2. For the large 10 to 12 oz. coffee mugs, tap
SETTING “REHEAT”
BEVERAGE pad twice. ENTER AMT (amount)
This setting lets you reheat a dinner plateful of
appears on display. Enter number of mugs (up to
chilled leftovers with good results. Its automatic
4) by touching number pads from 1 to 4. Cook
program has been designed to tolerate a large
times for coffee mugs are as follows:
variety of food combinations when arranged
1 mug:
1 min. 35 sec.
together. Remember some of the following tips
2 mugs:
3 min. 05 sec.
when preparing foods to reheat on the REHEAT
3 mugs:
5 min.
setting. How you arrange foods on the plate affects
4 mugs:
6 min. 30 sec.
how evenly they cook. Consider the amount and
3. CODE and the correct amount of cook time
density of each food.
(depending on amount of cups or mugs) appears
DENSE FOODS SUCH AS MEATS (large or bulky
on display. Touch START. CODE flashes on
pieces or thick slices of precooked meats) AND
display and time begins to count down.
COMPACT VEGETABLE such as mashed
SETTING “FROZEN DINNER”
potatoes or potatoes au gratin should be placed
This automatic setting is very useful for easily
around edges of plate and spread out as much as
microwaving your favorite single-serving entrees
possible to expose them to microwave energy.
and dinners. This setting may take slightly longer
LARGE AMOUNT OF FOODS should be spread
than the microwave time given on the package.
out to receive more microwave energy than
That’s because of the built-in standing time
smaller amounts. Covering dry meat slices with
included in the oven’s automatic program. The
sauce or gravy also helps speed their heating.
program’s specially designed sequence of power
levels plus the automatic standing time allows one
LIGHT, AIRY FOODS such as rice, small pieces
of vegetables, delicate seafood, small chicken
setting to microwave a great variety of frozen
nuggets, or small amounts of food absorb
foods.
1. MICROWAVE 1 OR 2 SMALL SIZE (7~9 oz.)
microwaves quickly. Place these in the center of
the plate where they will be somewhat shielded
FROZEN DINNERS: Touch FROZEN DINNER
by foods on the outside edges.
pad once. ENTER AMT (amount) appears on the
display. You can skip the amount step for 1 entree,
TEMPERATURE OF FOODS determine how
evenly they cook together. A can of freshly
just touch START. For 2 entrees, touch the “2”
opened vegetables (food is at room temperature)
number pad. Cook times for small-size entrees
are as follows:
will probably heat more quickly than foods which
are started from the refrigerator. DELICATE
1 entree: 4 min. 15sec.
DINNER ROLLS, if desired, should be added
2 entrees: 7 min. 30 sec.
2. MICROWAVING ONE LARGER 10~12 oz.
only the last few seconds. COVER plate with wax
paper to hold steam around most foods.
FROZEN PLATED DINNER: Tap FROZEN
Exception: Do not cover to warm rare meats and
DINNER pad twice. ENTER AMT (amount)
appears on the display. You can skip the amount
foods with crisp exteriors.
1. Touch REHEAT pad. CODE appears on the
step for 1 entree, just touch START. For 2 entrees,
display and 3:00 (3 min.) is set. This coded setting
touch the “2” number pad. Cook times for
small-size entrees are as follows:
includes three automatic cooking levels which
allow for even cooking of many food combinations
1 entree:
and types.
6 min.
2 entree: 11 min.
3. CODE and correct amount of cook time appears
2. Touch START pad. CODE flashes on display and
cooking time begins counting down.
on display. Touch START pad. CODE flashes on
3. When cook time has elapsed, END appears on
display and time begins to count down.
display. Open oven door or touch RESET pad to
return clock time (if set) to display.
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CLEANING AND CARE
1. Turn off the oven and remove the power plug from
the wall socket before cleaning.
7. It is occasionally necessary to remove the glass
tray for cleaning. Wash the tray in warm sudsy
2. Keep the inside of the oven clean. When food
water or in a dishwasher.
splatters or spilled liquids adhere to oven walls,
8. The roller ring and oven floor should be cleaned
wipe with a damp cloth. Mid detergent may be
regularly to avoid excessive noise. Simply wipe
used if the oven gets very dirty. Avoid the use of
the bottom surface of the oven with mild detergent.
spray and other harsh cleaners as they may stain,
The roller ring may be washed in mild sudsy water
streak or dull the door surface.
or dishwasher. When removing the roller ring from
3. The outside surfaces should be cleaned with a
cavity floor for cleaning, be sure to replace in the
damp cloth. To prevent damage to the operating
proper position.
parts inside the oven, water should not be allowed
to seep into the ventilation openings.
9. Remove odors from your oven by combining a cup
of water with the juice and skin of one lemon in a
4. Wipe the window on both sides with a damp cloth
deep bowl, microwave for 5 minutes. Wipe
to remove any spills or spatters.
thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth.
5. Do not allow the control panel to become wet.
10. When it becomes necessary to replace the oven
Clean with a soft, damp cloth. When cleaning the
light, please consult a dealer to have it replaced.
control panel, leave oven door open to prevent
11. When cleaning surfaces of door and oven that
oven from accidentally turning on.
comes together on closing the door, use only mild,
6. If steam accumulates inside or around the outside
of the oven door, wipe with a soft cloth. This may
nonabrasive soups, or detergents applied with a
sponge or soft cloth.
occur when the microwave oven is operated
under high humidity conditions, this is normal.
Save These Instructions
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LIMITED MICROWAVE OVEN WARRANTY
This quality product is warranted to be free from manufacturer’s defects in material and workmanship, provided that the unit is used under the normal operating
conditions intended by the manufacturer.
This warranty is available only to the person to whom the unit was originally sold by Danby or by an authorized distributor of Danby, and is non-transferable.
TERMS OF WARRANTY
Plastic parts, are warranted for thirty (30) days only from purchase date, with no extensions provided.
First 12 Months
During the first twelve (12) months, any electrical parts of this product found to be defective, will be repaired or replaced, at warrantor’s
option, at no charge to the ORIGINAL purchaser.
To obtain
Service
It will be the consumer’s responsibility to transport the appliance (at their own expense) to the original retailer (point of purchase) or a
service depot for repair. Contact your dealer from whom your unit was purchased, or contact your nearest authorized Danby service
depot, where service must be performed by a qualified service technician.
If service is performed on the units by anyone other than an authorized service depot, or the unit is used for commercial application, all
obligations of Danby under this warranty shall be at an end.
EXCLUSIONS
Save as herein provided, Danby Products Limited (Canada) or Danby Products Inc. (U.S.A.), there are no other warranties, conditions, representations or
guarantees, express or implied, made or intended by Danby Products Limited or its authorized distributors and all other warranties, conditions, representations or
guarantees, including any warranties, conditions, representations or guarantees under any Sale of Goods Act or like legislation or statue is hereby expressly
excluded. Save as herein provided, Danby Products Limited (Canada) or Danby Products Inc. (U.S.A), shall not be responsible for any damages to persons or
property, including the unit itself, howsoever caused or any consequential damages arising from the malfunction of the unit and by the purchase of the unit, the
purchaser does hereby agree to indemnify and save harmless Danby Products Limited from any claim for damages to persons or property caused by the unit.
GENERAL PROVISIONS
No warranty or insurance herein contained or set out shall apply when damage or repair is caused by any of the following:
1) Power Failure.
2) Damage in transit or when moving the appliance.
3) Improper power supply such as low voltage, defective house wiring or inadequate fuses.
4) Accident, alteration, abuse or misuse of the appliance such as inadequate air circulation in the room or abnormal operating conditions,
(extremely high or low room temperature).
5) Use for commercial or industrial purposes.
6) Fire, water damage, theft, war, riot, hostility, acts of God such as hurricanes, floods etc.
7) Service calls resulting in customer education.
Proof of purchase date will be required for warranty claims; so, please retain bills of sale. In the event warranty service is required, present this document to our
AUTHORIZED SERVICE DEPOT.
Warranty Service
Carry-In
Danby Products Limited
PO Box 1778, 5070 Whitelaw RD, Guelph, Ontario, Canada N1H 6Z9
Telephone: (519) 837-0920 FAX: (519) 837-0449
06/06
Danby Products Inc.
PO Box 669, 101 Bentley Court, Findlay, Ohio, U.S.A. 45839-0669
Telephone: (419) 425-8627 FAX: (419) 425-8629
Microwave Oven
The model number can be found on the serial plate located on
the back panel of the unit.
Model·Modèle·Modelo
DMW104W
For service,contact your
nearest service depot or call:
1-800-26-Danby
(1-800-263-2629)
to recommend a depot in
your area.
Pour obtenir le
service,consuitez votre
succursale régionale de
service ou téléphonez:
1-800-26-Danby
(1-800-263-2629)
qui vous recommandera un
centre regional.
Para servicio,communiquese
cones Departmento de
Servicios más cercano o
llame al:
1-800-26-Danby
(1-800-263-2629)
Para que le recomienden un
Departmento de Servicios en
su zona.
All repair parts available for purchase or special order when you visit
your nearest service depot. To request service and/ or the location of
the service depot nearest you. call the TOLL FREE NUMBER.
When requesting service or orderind parts always provide the
following information:
l Product Type
l Model Number
l Part Description
Four à micro-ondes
Le numéro de modèle se trouve sur la plaque d’information sur la paroi
arrière de l’appareil.
Toutes les pieces de rechange ou commandes spéciales sont
disponibles de votre centre regional de service autorisé. Pour
exiger le service et-ou le nom de votre centre de service
regional, signalez le NUMéRO SANS FRAIS.
Ayez les renseignements suivants à la portée de la main lors de la
commande de pièce ou service:
l Genre de produit
l Numéro de modèle
l Description de la pièce
Horno de microondas
El número del modelo se puede encontrar en la placa de
información ubicada en el panel posterior de la unidad.
Todos los repuestos se encuentran disponibles para compra o pedido
especial cuando visite su departamento de servicio más cercano.Para
soilcitar servicio y/o la ubicación del
departamento de servicio más cercano,llame AL NúMERO DE
TELÉFONO DE LLAMADA GRATIS.
Cuando soilcite servicio o encargue repuestos, siempre
proporcione la siguiente información:
l Tipo de producto
l Número del modelo
l Descripción de la parte
Danby Products Limited, Guelph, Ontario Canada N1H 6Z9
Danby Products Inc.Findlay,Ohio USA 45839-0669