VMW189 - VMW189 - Instruction booklet

VMW189 - VMW189 - Instruction booklet
contents
Product safety..................................................................................................................................... 4
Before first use................................................................................................................................... 6
Precautions......................................................................................................................................... 6
Controls............................................................................................................................................. 9
Microwave cooking basics................................................................................................................ 10
Cookware test................................................................................................................................. 11
Materials you can use in your microwave oven................................................................................ 12
To pause cooking.............................................................................................................................. 13
To stop cooking................................................................................................................................ 13
Setting the clock............................................................................................................................... 14
Microwave cooking.......................................................................................................................... 15
Multistage cooking (programmed sequence)................................................................................... 16
Defrosting......................................................................................................................................... 17
Intelligent Auto Cook menu............................................................................................................. 18
Delayed (timed) start cooking.......................................................................................................... 19
Child-proof lock............................................................................................................................... 20
Care and maintenance...................................................................................................................... 21
Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................ 23
Connection to the mains supply....................................................................................................... 24
After sales service............................................................................................................................. 25
Guarantee......................................................................................................................................... 26
Replacement parts............................................................................................................................ 27
product safety
Please read these instructions before operating the appliance and retain them for
future use.
! This product is not suitable for use by children, and may not be suitable for persons
requiring supervision unless they receive instruction by a competent person on how to
safely use the product. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the product.
! It is hazardous for anyone other than a competent person to remove a cover which
gives protection against exposure to microwave energy.
! Install and locate this oven only in accordance with these instructions. The oven must
not be placed in a cabinet unless it has been tested in a cabinet.
! The microwave oven must be earthed.
! Do not allow the Power Level cord to overhang the worksurface, or to become trapped,
kinked or pinched.
! This microwave oven should only be used for the purpose it was intended.
! Do not operate the oven when empty.
! The temperature of accessible surfaces may be high when the appliance is operating.
! Some products such as whole eggs and sealed containers (closed glass jars, sealed
baby bottles with teats etc.) may explode and should not be heated in a microwave
oven.
! Close supervision is necessary when used in the presence of children.
! Always have the glass tray and turntable roller in place when operating the oven.
! Do not use the microwave oven for any other purpose than food preparation, such as
drying clothes, paper or any other non-food item or for sterilising purposes.
! Do not use the microwave oven cavity for any type of storage, such as papers,
cookbooks etc.
! Do not use the microwave for home canning. Microwave ovens are not designed for
canning. Improperly canned food may spoil and be dangerous to eat.
! Do not cook any food surrounded by a membrane such as egg yolk, potatoes, chicken
livers etc. without first piercing several times.
! Do not insert any object into the openings on the outer case.
! Do not remove any parts such as feet, couplings or screws from the microwave oven.
! Do not cook directly on the glass tray. Place food in a proper utensil before placing it in
the oven.
! Only use utensils suitable for use in microwave ovens.
! Do not use metal pans or dishes with metal handles.
! Do not use anything with a metal trim.
! Do not use paper covered wire twist ties on plastic bags.
product safety
! Do not use melamine dishes as they will absorb microwave energy. This will cause the
dish to crack or char and slow down the cooking process.
! Do not cook in containers with restricted opening such as soft drinks bottles as they
may explode if heated in a microwave oven.
! Always test the temperature of food cooked in a microwave especially if you are heating
food/liquid for a baby. Always allow it to stand for a few minutes and stir the food/liquid
to distribute the heat evenly.
! Use only a thermometer specifically designed for microwave cooking.
! Do not attempt to deep fry food in the oven.
! Food containing a mixture of fat and water should stand for 30 to 60 seconds in the
oven after it has been turned off. This is to allow the mixture to settle and to prevent
bubbling when a spoon is placed in the food/liquid.
! Always follow the cooking instructions in your cookbook. Some foods e.g. Christmas
puddings, jam, and mincemeat heat up very quickly.
! When cooking foods with a high fat or sugar content do not use plastic containers.
! Do not use the microwave oven with a damaged Power Level cord or plug or after the
appliance has malfunctioned or has been damaged. Return to the nearest authorised
service centre for repair.
! Paper bags may catch fire in the oven.
! Plastic foam containers may melt or contaminate the food or liquid inside when
exposed to high temperatures.
! Wood will dry out when used in the microwave oven and may split or crack.
! When heating food in plastic or paper containers, keep an eye on the oven due to the
possibility of ignition.
! If smoke is observed, switch off or unplug the appliance and keep the door closed in
order to stifle any flames.
! Microwave heating of beverages can result in delayed eruptive boiling, therefore care
should be taken when handling the container.
! The oven should be cleaned regularly and any food deposits should be removed.
Failure to maintain the oven in a clean condition could adversely affect the life of the
appliance and possibly result in a hazardous situation.
before first use
Retain the packaging in which the microwave oven was supplied so that in the event that
the equipment needs to be returned it can be suitably repacked.
Open the packaging carefully and remove each item for inspection. Ensure that all
packaging materials are removed from the inside of the door.
Check that all items have been supplied. The items supplied for this model of microwave
oven are:
•
Microwave oven
•
Glass tray (turntable)
•
Turntable roller
•
Instruction manual
Inspect the microwave oven and Power Level lead for any damage. If any damage is
found do not use the oven. Contact the dealer where the product was purchased.
Precautions
To avoid possible exposure to microwave energy, it is important that you do not disarm or
tamper with the door safety interlocks.
Do not place any objects between the oven front face and the door, or allow soil or
cleaner residue to accumulate on the sealing surfaces.
Check the oven for any damage, in particular, that there is no damage to the door (such
as dents) its hinges and latches and the door seals and sealing surfaces. Do not operate
the oven if it is damaged in any way. It is particularly important that the oven door is not
misaligned and that it closes properly.
getting started
Setting up your microwave oven
Do not operate your oven if it is damaged.
Place the turntable roller ring into the recess in the oven floor. Place the glass turntable
onto the drive shaft until the lugs on the underside of the turntable engage with the drive
shaft. Do not operate your microwave oven without these items fitted.
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1. Glass turntable
2. Drive shaft
3. Turntable roller ring
4. Oven light
5. Waveguide cover
Due to our policy of continuous improvement, the actual product may differ slightly from the one illustrated in these instructions.
getting started
Do not install the oven over equipment that produces heat, such as a range
cooker or cooking hob. Failure to follow this instruction could damage the oven
and would make the warranty void.
Do not place the oven in locations of moisture or high humidity or near
combustible materials.
Do not block the air intake and outlet vents. Do not place anything on top of the
oven. Failure to comply can damage the oven.
Do not remove the feet from the bottom of the oven.
Never operate the oven with the waveguide cover removed.
Requirements
Ensure that the voltage and frequency on the rating label of the oven is the same as that
of the household Power Level supply.
Place the oven as far from TVs and radios as possible. Operation of a microwave oven
can cause interference to your TV and radio reception.
Select a flat horizontal surface that provides enough open space for the oven inlet and
outlet vents and is strong enough to support the microwave oven.
For correct operation, the oven must have sufficient airflow. Ensure there is sufficient
space around the oven as shown.
Route the mains lead away from all hot and sharp surfaces. Do not trap the lead under
the microwave.
Plug your oven into a standard outlet socket.
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Microwave cooking basics
Never operate your microwave oven when it is empty as this can damage your
oven.
Do not cook directly on the glass tray. Place the food in a microwave-proof dish for
example.
Arrange the food with the thickest areas to the outside of the dish. Cook for the shortest
indicated time but do not under-cook. Add extra time if required. Severely over-cooked
food can smoke and may ignite.
Cover food while cooking. The cover prevents spatter and helps the food to cook more
evenly.
To ensure that food is cooked evenly, it should be turned over or stirred at least once
during cooking. Larger items, such as joints of meat must be turned at least once.
Rearrange small items of food such as meatballs halfway through cooking. Turn them
over and move ones from the centre of the dish to the outside and items from the top to
the bottom of the dish.
Cover thin pieces of food such as the ends of chicken legs with small pieces of aluminium
foil to prevent them becoming overcooked. Ensure foil is kept more than 1 inch from the
oven inner walls.
Switching on
The microwave oven is turned on by plugging its mains lead into the mains outlet socket.
Open the door and the internal light should turn on. Close the door and it should turn off.
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Cookware test
There may be certain non-metallic containers that are not safe to use for microwave
cooking. If in doubt, you can test the COOKWARE following the procedure below.
•
Place the empty container in the oven.
•
Microwave on maximum Power Level for 1 minute.
•
Carefully feel the container. If it becomes very hot do not use it for microwave
cooking.
•
Do not exceed 1 minute cooking time when carrying out this test.
The ideal material for a microwave utensil or container is one that is transparent to
microwave energy. It allows energy to pass through the container and heat only the food
inside.
Microwaves cannot penetrate metal so metal utensils and dishes, and dishes with
metallic trim should not be used in this oven when it is used for microwave cooking or
combinations and sequences that include microwave cooking.
Do not use recycled paper products as they may contain small metal fragments which
could cause sparks and/or a fire.
Round and oval dishes are recommended in preference to square or rectangular dishes
as food in corners tends to overcook.
Cookware
Suitable for microwave cooking
Heat resistant glass
YES
Non-heat resistant glass
NO
Heat resistant ceramic
YES
Microwave-safe plastic dish
YES
Kitchen paper
YES
Metal tray
NO
Metal rack
Aluminium foil or container
NO
(1)
NO
(1) Aluminium foil may be used in small pieces to cover or shield food such as the ends of chicken
legs to prevent them becoming over-cooked. Ensure that the foil is kept more than 1” (25mm)
from the oven’s inner walls.
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Materials you can use in your microwave oven
Material
Notes
Aluminium foil
For shielding only. Small, smooth pieces can be used to cover
thin parts of meat or poultry to prevent overcooking. Arcing
can occur if foil is too close to oven walls. The foil should be at
least 25mm (1 inch) away from the oven walls.
Browning dish
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions. The bottom of the
browning dish must be at least 5mm (3/16” inch) above the
turntable. Incorrect usage may cause the turntable to break.
Dinnerware
Use microwave-safe only. Follow the manufacturer’s
instructions. Do not use cracked or chipped dishes.
Glass jars
Always remove the lid. Use only to heat food until it is only just
warm. Most glass jars are not heat resistant and may break.
Glassware
Use heat resistant oven glassware only. Do not use cracked or
chipped glassware.
Oven cooking bags
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not close with a
metal tie. Make slits to allow steam to escape.
Paper plates and cups
Use for short term cooking/warming only. Do not leave oven
unattended while cooking.
Paper towels
Use to cover food for reheating and absorbing fat. Use with
supervision for short term cooking only.
Parchment paper
Use as a cover to prevent spattering, or as a wrap for
steaming.
Plastic
Should be labelled ‘Microwave Safe’. Follow manufacturer’s
instructions. Some plastic containers soften as the food inside
gets hot. Boiling bags and lightly closed plastic bags should be
slit, pierced or vented as directed on the packaging.
Plastic wrap
Use microwave-safe only. Use to cover food during cooking to
retain moisture. Do not allow plastic wrap to touch food.
Waxed paper
Use as a cover to prevent spattering and retain moisture.
Thermometer
Only use thermometers suitable for use in a microwave oven.
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Never operate your microwave oven when it is empty as this will cause damage.
To pause cooking
To pause cooking at any time during the cooking sequence, you can either:
1. Open the oven door
2. Press the Stop/Cancel button once.
To resume cooking close the door then press the Start/Express Cook button.
To stop cooking
To immediately stop cooking at any time:
•
Press the Stop/Cancel button twice
or
•
Open the oven door then press the Stop/Cancel button.
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Setting the clock
The clock displays the time of day in 24-hour format.
To set the clock to 13:15 (1:15 p.m.) carry out the following:
1. Press the Clock/Pre-Set button once.
2. Press the number buttons 1, 3, 1 and 5.
3. The display will show 13:15.
4. Press the Clock/Pre-Set button again.
5. The time of day will now be displayed.
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Microwave cooking
Press the Power Level button a number of times to select the required cooking power
level. Press the Start/Express Cook button to confirm the power level setting and then
use the number buttons to set the desired cooking time. The longest cooking time is 99
minutes.
Press Power Level button
Microwave Power Level (W)
Display
Once
800
P100
Twice
640
P80
3 times
400
P50
4 times
240
P30
5 times
80
P10
Example: To cook for 1 minute at 50% of microwave Power Level.
1. Place the food in a suitable container on the turntable and close the door.
2. Press the Power Level button 3 times. The display will show P50.
3. Enter 1:00 using the number buttons 1, 0 and 0.
4. Press the Start/Express Cook button.
5. The display shows the set cooking time and then counts down in 1 second
increments.
6. When the cooking time has elapsed, the oven will beep.
7. Open the door and remove the food.
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Multistage cooking (programmed sequence)
The oven may be set to carry out a sequence of up to two cooking stages. Either of the
defrost functions can be used as part of the sequence before the cooking stage. The
possible sequences are:
•
Defrost > microwave cooking
•
Microwave cooking first stage > microwave cooking second stage
The following example describes setting a defrost period followed by a microwave cooking
sequence.
1. Place the food in a suitable container on the turntable and close the door.
2. Press the Defrost by Weight or Speed Defrost button. dEF1 or dEF2 will be
displayed.
3.
Use the number buttons to enter the weight of the food.
4. Press the Power Level button.
5. The display will show P100 to indicate full power. If required, press the Power Level
button until the required power level is displayed.
6. Use the number buttons to enter the cooking time.
7. Press the Start/Express Cook button.
8. The cooking sequence will begin.
9. When the sequence has ended the oven will beep.
This example describes how to set a two stage microwave cooking sequence. The first
stage will cook on full power for 2 minutes and the scond stage will cook on 50% power
for 1 minute.
1. Press the Power Level button. The display will show P100 to indicate full power.
2. Use the number buttons to enter the first stage cooking time (2:00).
3. Press the Power Level button three times. The display will show P50 to indicate
50% power.
4. Use the number buttons to enter the second stage cooking time (1:00).
5. Press the Start/Express Cook button.
6. The cooking sequence will begin.
7. When the sequence has ended the oven will beep.
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Defrosting
The oven has two modes of defrosting available: Defrost by Weight and Speed Defrost.
The Defrost by Weight mode requires that you know the weight of the food to be
defrosted. The minimum allowable weight is 100g. The maximum allowable weight is 2 kg.
The Speed Defrost mode also requires you to know the weight of the food to be defrosted
but offers a quicker defrost time than the Defrost by Weight function. The minimum
allowable weight is 100g. The maximum allowable weight is 1.2 kg.
Whenever you use your oven to defrost frozen foods, always make sure that the food is
thawed completely before using it.
To achieve even defrosting, the food should be turned or stirred at least once during the
cycle or more often with larger amounts of food. You can rearrange, turn or stir the food at
any time simply by opening the door. To continue defrosting, close the door and press the
Start/Express Cook button.
To Defrost by Weight
1. Place the food in a suitable container on the turntable and close the door.
2. Press the Defrost by Weight button.
3. The display will show dEF1.
4. Use the number buttons to enter the weight of the food. The display shows the
weight in grams. The minimum allowable weight is 100g.
5. Press the Start/Express Cook button.
6. When the cooking time has ended, the oven will beep.
7. After the required standing time, remove the defrosted food from the oven.
To Speed Defrost
1. Place the food in a suitable container on the turntable and close the door.
2. Press the Speed Defrost button.
3. The display will show dEF2.
4. Use the number buttons to enter the weight of the food. The display shows the
weight in grams. The minimum allowable weight is 100g.
5. Press the Start/Express Cook button.
6. When the cooking time has ended, the oven will beep.
7. After the required standing time, remove the defrosted food from the oven.
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Intelligent Auto Cook menu
The Intelligent Auto Cook feature means that it is not necessary to program the cooking
time or select the correct power level. All you need to do is specify the type and quantity
of food that you want to cook and the intelligent programs do all the rest for you. The food
types and weights available are listed in the Intelligent Auto Cook Menu table.
Example: To use the intelligent auto cook menu function to cook 350g of fish:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Place the food in a suitable container on the turntable.
Press the FISH button four times until 350 is displayed.
Press the Start/Express Cook button.
Cooking will begin.
When the cooking time has ended, the oven beeps.
After the required standing time, remove the food from the oven.
Display
Function
A-1
Auto reheat (1)
A-2
Vegetables
A-3
Fish
Notes
Selects a 150, 250, 350 or 400g plate of food
Selects 150, 350 or 500g portion of vegetables
Selects 150, 250, 350, 400 or 450g portion of fish
A-4
Meat
A-5
Pasta (3)
Selects 50, 100 or 150g portion of pasta
A-6
Potato
Selects 1, 2 or 3 potatoes each weighing 230g
A-7
Pizza
Selects 1, 2 or 3 portions of pizza each weighing 80g
A-8
Soup
Selects 500, 750 or 1000ml portion of soup
A-9
Porridge
Selects a 550 or 1100g portion of porridge
(2)
(4)
Selects 150, 300, 450 or 600g portion of meat
(1) The auto reheat setting is designed to reheat a 150, 250, 350 or 400g plate of food. Always
check that reheated food is piping hot throughout before eating. Don’t use the auto reheat
program to cook microwave meals or frozen meals. Always follow the manufacturer’s
instructions when cooking such food items.
(2) We recommend that in Intelligent Auto Cook mode, meat should be cooked off the bone. Cook
chicken, poultry, etc. until the juices run clear.
(3) For a 50g portion of pasta add 450ml of cold water. For a 100g portion of pasta, add 800ml of
cold water. For a 150g portion of pasta, add 1200ml of cold water.
(4) The potato program is based on a 230g (medium size) potato and can cook 1, 2 or 3 potatoes.
Place the potatoes on the turntable. Always place the potatoes around the edge of the turntable.
Don’t put them together in the centre as this will cause uneven cooking. Always maintain a gap
between each potato.
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Delayed (timed) start cooking
You can program your oven to delay the start of cooking e.g. if you are going out and you
would like your meal to be ready on your return. Before programming the start time, make
sure that your oven clock is set correctly.
1. Place the food in a suitable container on the turntable and close the door.
2. Press the Power Level button as required to set the desired cooking power level.
3. Set the cooking time using the number buttons.
4. Press the Clock/Pre-Set button. The current time will be displayed with the hours
digits flashing.
5. Set the desired start time using the number buttons e.g. if you want cooking to start
at 14:20 press the 1, 4, 2 and 0 number buttons.
6. Press the Start/Express Cook button.
7. At the programmed time, your microwave oven will start cooking.
8. Delayed start cooking can be cancelled at any time by pressing the Stop/Cancel
button.
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Child-proof lock
When the child-proof lock is set, it disables the control panel buttons. This prevents
unsupervised operation by young children, or any other person who does not know how
to reset the lock. This feature may only be set when the oven is not cooking in which case
it would normally be in Clock mode (displaying the time of day).
To activate the lock
•
Press and hold the Stop/Cancel button for approximately 3 seconds.
A long beep will sound and the control panel will be locked. The display will show
To deactivate the lock
•
Press and hold the Stop/Cancel button for approximately 3 seconds.
A long beep will sound and the control panel will be unlocked.
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care and maintenance
Before carrying out any cleaning, turn off the oven and remove the plug from the
mains supply socket.
The door seal area must be kept clean at all times to eliminate the possibility of
microwave energy escaping.
It is hazardous for anyone other than a competent person to carry out any service
or repair operation which involves the removal of a cover which gives protection
against exposure to microwave energy or high voltage.
General
Most cleaning can be carried out with a damp cloth and mild detergent solution, rinsed
with a clean damp cloth and wiped dry.
Never use sprays or harsh cleaners, cleaning powders or scouring or other abrasive pads.
Cleaning should be carried out on a weekly basis, more often if required.
Excessive oil spatters on the inside top will be difficult to remove if left longer. Wipe
spatters inside the oven with a damp paper towel soon after cooking, especially after
cooking chicken or bacon.
Oven
Clean the inside of the oven with a soft cloth damped with a mild detergent solution
to remove any food spatters. Pay particular attention to the mica waveguide cover and
surrounding area.
The outside surface should be cleaned in the same way. Do not use a wet cloth as this
could cause water to seep into ventilation openings and damage the operating parts.
Wipe the observation window in the door both inside and outside with the damp cloth.
If steam (condensation) accumulates inside or around the outside of the door, wipe it
away with a soft cloth.
Control panel
If the control panel becomes dirty, clean it with a soft dry cloth. A lightly damp cloth may
be used for stubborn marks. Do not use sprays or harsh cleaners as they may stain or
dull the panel.
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Removable items
The glass turntable may be removed for cleaning. Wash it in warm soapy water or in a
dishwasher. Be careful not to chip or scratch the glass as this may cause the turntable to
break during use.
The turntable roller and oven floor should be cleaned regularly to allow the glass tray to
rotate easily and quietly. Wash the turntable roller in warm soapy water or in a dishwasher.
Ensure that the items are replaced correctly. Refer to the Getting Started section in this
guide for details.
Removing odours
Odours can be removed from the microwave oven by putting the juice and skin of one
lemon and a cup of water in a deep microwavable bowl, then microwave on full power for
5 minutes. Afterwards wipe the inside of the microwave oven thoroughly and dry with a
soft cloth.
Maintenance
The only electrical user replaceable items in this microwave oven are the mains plug and
the mains fuse in the plug.
For all repairs you are advised to contact your local approved service centre for this
equipment. Your supplier will be able to advise you in this matter.
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troubleshooting
Observation
Explanation
Microwave interfering with TV reception
Radio and TV reception may suffer interference when the
microwave oven is operating. It is similar to the interference
produced by small electrical appliances like a food mixer,
vacuum cleaner or electric fan. This is normal.
Dim oven light
In low Power Level microwave cooking, the oven light may
become dim. This is normal.
Steam accumulating on door, hot air
coming out of the vents.
During cooking, steam may come out of the food. Most will
escape through the vents but some may accumulate on a
cool surface such as the oven door. This is normal.
Oven started accidentally for microwave
cooking when there is no food in the oven
No damage will result if the microwave operates empty for a
short time, but this should be avoided.
Frequently asked questions
Check to see if the problem you are experiencing is listed in the chart below. If the
problem cannot be solved with reference to this chart contact your local authorised
service centre.
Question
Answer
When the oven is plugged into a mains supply socket
for the first time, it does not work properly. What’s
wrong?
The microcomputer in the oven may temporarily
become scrambled and fail to function as programmed.
Unplug the oven from the supply socket and plug it
back in again. The microcomputer will then reset for
correct functioning
Why is there noise coming from the turntable when the
oven is turned on?
This noise occurs when the turntable roller slips on the
bottom of the oven. Frequent cleaning of these parts
should eliminate or reduce the noise.
Why is there noise coming from the oven when the
Power Level level is set low?
When cooking with Power Level other than 100%, the
oven automatically turns on and off to produce a lower
Power Level output. The clicking noise can be heard
when the oven switches on and off. This is normal.
Why is there steam coming from the air exhaust vent?
Steam is produced during cooking. The oven has been
designed to vent this steam.
What is wrong when the oven light will not illuminate?
There may be several reasons. The light bulb has
burned out or the start button has not been pressed.
Why do eggs sometimes pop?
The egg yolk may pop because of steam build-up
inside the membrane. Pierce the membrane with a
toothpick before cooking it. Never microwave eggs in
their shells as they may explode.
How are boil-overs avoided?
Use a larger utensil than usual for cooking. If you open the oven door or press the cancel button the food
will stop boiling.
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connection to the mains supply
This appliance must be earthed.
This appliance is fitted with either a moulded or rewirable BS1363, 13 amp plug. The fuse
should be rated at 13 amps and be ASTA approved to BS1362.
If the fuse in a moulded plug needs to be changed, the fuse cover must be refitted. The
appliance must not be used without the fuse cover fitted.
If the plug is unsuitable, it should be dismantled and removed from the supply cord and an
appropriate plug fitted as detailed below. If you remove the plug it must not be connected
to a 13 amp socket and the plug must be disposed of immediately.
The wires of the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
GREEN/YELLOW = EARTH
BLUE = NEUTRAL
BROWN = LIVE
The wire which is coloured GREEN/YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in
your plug which is marked with an E or by the earth symbol ( ) or coloured GREEN or
GREEN /YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal in your plug which is
marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal in your plug which
is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
If any other plug is used, a 13 amp fuse must be fitted either in the plug or adaptor or at
the distributor board.
Plug should be BS1363 approved
Fit a 13 Amp Fuse
GREEN/YELLOW
(Earth)
BLUE
(Neutral)
13 Amp
Fuse
BROWN
(Live)
Ensure that the outer sheath of the cable
is firmly held by the clamp
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after sales service
These appliances are built to the very highest of standards. There are no user serviceable
parts. Follow these steps if the unit fails to operate:
1. Check the instructions have been followed correctly.
2. Check that the fuse has not blown.
3. Check that the mains supply is functional.
If the appliance will still not operate, return the appliance to the place it was purchased for
a replacement. To return the appliance to the Customer Service Department, follow the
steps below:
1. Pack it carefully (preferably in the original carton). Ensure the unit is clean.
2. Enclose your name and address and quote the model number on all correspondence.
3. Give the reason why you are returning it.
4. If within the guarantee period, state when and where it was purchased and include
proof of purchase (e.g. till receipt).
5. Send it to our Customer Service Department at the address below:
Customer Service Department
Pulse Home Products Limited
Middleton Road
Royton
Oldham
OL2 5LN, UK.
Telephone: 0161 621 6900 Fax: 0161 626 0391
e-mail: [email protected]
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guarantee
This product is guaranteed for a period of 1 year from the date of purchase against
mechanical and electrical defects.
This guarantee is only valid if the appliance is used solely for domestic purposes in
accordance with the instructions provided, that it is not connected to an unsuitable
electricity supply, dismantled or interfered with in any way or damaged through misuse.
Under this guarantee we undertake to repair or replace free of charge any parts found to
be defective.
Nothing in this guarantee or the instructions relating to the product excludes, restricts or
otherwise affects your statutory rights.
In line with our policy of continuous development, we reserve the right to change this
product, packaging and documentation without notice.
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replacement parts
For replacement parts, phone our Customer Service Department on 0161 621 6900. They
will give you up to date prices, inclusive of VAT and postage and packaging.
You may then send a cheque or postal order for the correct amount made payable to
Pulse Home Products Ltd, with the order form printed below (or a photocopy of it) to our
Customer Service Department.
Name
Address
Postcode
Product
Part number
Description
VMW189
91352
Waveguide cover
I enclose a cheque for £
Quantity
in full payment
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VMW189_Rev1
07/11
93346-0
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