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ge . COm Sa ] bO _ In6o _ u _ dons . . . . . . . . . 2 - 10 1,1 / ? _ 251540DMBB Operating Instru _ dons Auto Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Care and ( leaning . . . . . . . . 30 , 31 Changing the Power I , evel . . . . 14 Features ot Ylur Microwave Oven . . . . . . . . . . 12 , 13 Microwave Tem / s . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 © Other Features . . . . . . . . . . . 2C _ 28 Sensor Features . . . . . . . . . . 22 - 25 Time Features . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 - 20 7 ) _ : mbleshooting Tips . . . . . . 32 , 33 Thinos That Are Nomml _ Mth Ybur Microwave O _ en . . . . 34 Consumer Support ( ) ) nsulner Support . . . . . . . . . . . 36 _ ' arranV , , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 © ° , - , , I Write the model and serial nmnbers here : Model # Serial # Find dlese mmlbers on a label inside the ( ) Veil . MFL38257201 49 - 40543 02 - 07 Jfl
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! For your safety , the information in this manual must be foflowed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion , electric shock , or to prevent property damage , personal injury , or loss of life . PRECAUTIONSTOAVOID POSSIBLEEXPOSURETO EXCESSIVEMICROWAVEENERGY Be Not Operate the o _ en if it [ ] Oo Not Attempt t ( ) oi ) _ _ ' 4te [ ] this o _ en wifll the door open is damaged . It is particularly sin ( ( , O ] _ ) ( ' _ I - ( IOOF o ] ' ) ( ' £ ation imt ) ( ) rtant that the ov ( i ! can rcsuh in hm : mJhl door close properly and that exposure to iilJCFOW _ lX ( ' ther ( is no ( lamag ( to the : energ ' } , . It is importmn not [ 7 ] door ( bern ) , to ( klbat or tamper with the salb b , interlocks . [ _ hing ( s and lal ( hes ( 1 ) rol _ . en or loosened ) , [ ] Oo Not Place any ol ! i _ ct [ / ( ' tW ( ( ' _ / the O \ ( _ / li ? Ol / [ _ , 1 ( ' ( ' [ _ ] door s < fls mid sealing sur _ l ( es . and the door or _ lllow soil or cleaner residue to [ ] The Oven Should Not accmmdate on sealing be adjusted or retlair ( d b } sii17 _ ; tces . anyon ( except properly qualili ( d s ( rvice personn ( 1 . SAFETYPRECAUTIONS When using electrical appliances basic safety precautions should be followed , including the following : [ ] Rea ( l and Ibllo _ lhe sp ( cifi ( [ ] Install or locale Ibis precautions in tile Precautions apt ) lial / ( e Ol / 1 _ , ill a ( ( or ( lall ( e to Avoid Possible Exposure to x _ ith file i / rovi ( le ( 1 / nsmllalion ] ] ISW { I ( | io ] IS . Excessive Microwave Energy s ( ' ( ' tioH _ t [ / ov ( , . Be certain to place the li'ont [ ] surlitce of tile door three This appliance must be inclles or iilOlX ' back li'Ol / I grounded . Connect only to a properly gTounded omlet . tile comltertop edge to maid See tile Grounding Instructions accidemal tipping of the section on | ) age 8 . appliance in hernial usage .
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Use this appfiance only for its intended purpose as described in this Owner's Manual • This n / icrowavc oven is not atlpro _ ' d • " Ib reduce tile risk of fire ill tile or tested / k ) r nlarine use . oven cavity : - - 1 ) o not overtook ti ) o ( t . Carefully • Do not n / ount this appliance o \ er a sink . attend appliance when paper , plastic or other € Ol / / t ) llstible H / aterials are • Do I / O | l / / Olll / t tile lnicrowavt } ovell placed inside tile oven while cooking . over or near an ? _ portion of a heating - - Remove wire twist - ties and metal or tooking appliant e . handles _ i'om pat / er or plastit • Do not store anything directly on top cont _ dners beti ) re placing them in 0 _ ' tilt ' l / / iC170VvaVt ' OVt'l / StlFlitce whell tilt ' OVel1 . tilt ' n / icrovvavt ' ovt'n is ill Opt'r _ ltion . - - Do not use tile o _ ' n t [ ) r storag + e • Do not operate this applian _ e if it has purlloses . Do not leave paper a damaged l / o _ , n'r lord or phlg , if it is pro ( huts , cooking utensils or / _ ) od not working properly , or if it ha _ , been ill tilt ' ovell \ _ hell HOt ill list ' . damaged or dropped . - - If materials in . side tile o _ ' n ig - tfite , • 1 ) o not co _ er or block any openings keep tile oven door closed , mrn the on the appliance . oven off and dis | onnet t the power cord , or shut off power at tile fllse • Use this applian _ e only t _ ) r its intended use as described ill this or tircuit breaker panel . I / tile door lllal / / lal . Do I / el lisp corrosive is opened , tile tire : _ l _ rspread . chemicals or vapors in this appliance . - - Do not use tile Sensor IZcamres This microwm _ ' ( l _ ' n is specifically twice in S / lC ( essioll OIl the same ] [ led desiglled to heat , d W or cook t _ ) od , portion . If / k ) od is undercooked atier and is not intended / [ ) r laboratory tile first t gun | down , use Time Cook or il / ( hlstrial / lse . ti ) r addition _ d t ooking time . • Do not store this appliance outdoors . • See door sur / iwe _ leaning ins | rut tigris Do not use this product near watel _ in the Care and cleaning of the { i ) r example , in a wet basement , near microwave oven s ( ction of this m _ mtl _ l . a s _ imming pool , near a sink or in similar locations . • GE does not support any servicing of the microwave . Wc strongl } • Keep power ( ord away ti'om heated FeCOIlllIIelld th _ tt VOII do I / O | attt'lnpt S / : l ; _ ilces . to service tile l / / ic17owave VOlli " seIl _ • Do I / O | ilI / l / / el : se powel7 cord or • As with any appliance , close plug ill water . supelMsion is necessary when used bv children . • Do not let power cord hang over edge of table or counter . , 9
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! ARCING If you see arcing , press the CLEAR / OFFpad and correct the problem . _ \ rcin _ is tJ / e l / / it ` FOW _ l \ ' e { el _ ln • _ ] e [ _ ll , s [ l ( h sis twist - ties , / or st ) arks ill the o _ ' n . Arcing poultr } pins , or gol ( l - limmed is caused 1 _ : dishes , ill the mierot _ l \ e . • Metal or / oil tottching the • Recycled paper towels side of the oven . containing small metal pieces being used ill the microwave . • Foil not molded to tood ( upturned edges a ( t like antennas ) . FOODS Do not po I ) popcorn in your ( ) t ) emting tile mierow _ e lIlielTOW _ l _ e o _ en / lnless ill a with no / ood inside { or more thall 51 IIlinHte OF tWO 111 _ 1 _ , special microwave popcorn accessory or mfless you use t ` _ l / lse d _ ll / / age | o { lit . ` oven and could start _ 1 { h : e . t ) opcorn labeled { or use ill It in ( reases the heat ar ( mnd the magne { ron and ( an • Some t ) roducts such a _ , shorten the li / b of the o \ en . whole eggs and sealed Foods wfih ilnl ) l ? oken O / ltel ; containers tot examl ) le , dosed , jar , s - - m'e able to " skin " such as 1 ) otatoes , hot explode and should not be ( togs , sa / Isages , tOl / / atoes , heated in this microwave apples , chicken livers and o \ ' t ` ' v , . Su ( h use of the od _ er giblets , and egg yolks lIliel ? OW _ l _ e o _ en could should be pierced to allow resuh ill in jinx } . stealll to escape dltrillg cooking . • Do no { boil eggs ill a lIlierow _ lt , _ ' o _ , / ' l / , Press / ire will build up inside egg yolk and will cause it to burst , possibly resuhing ill inj m _ } .
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[ ] SUPERHEATEDWATER [ ] . \ xoid heating bah } lood in gla . _ sjars , exert with the lid Liquids , such as water , otE Make sure all inlimt food coffee ortea , are able to be is thoroughly cooked . Stir overheated beyond the boiling Iood to distribute th ( h ( at point without appearing to e _ enE . B ( careflll to llrevent be boiling . Visible bubbling or sc _ tlding when w _ mning boiling when the container is Ibrmulm The container mu } , removed from the microwave Ib ( l cooler than tile fommla oven is not always presenL really is . Nwa } ts test the THIS COULD RESULT IN VERY Ibrnmla belbre Iced \ rig HOT LIQUIDS SUDDENLY the l ) > d _ y . BOILING OVER WHEN THE CONTAINER IS DISTURBED OR [ ] Don't ( t ( fi : ost Ik'ozen A SPOON OR OTHER UTENSIL be _ eP4ges ill narrow - IS INSERTED INTO THE LIQUID . necked bottles ( especially carbonated bc _ erag - es ) . Ih ( n To reduce tile risk of injury to if tile contmner is open ( d , persons : pressure can build up . This can cause the contmner to - - Do not ox ( rheat tile liquid . burst , possibl } , resuhing in - - Stir the liquid l ) oth Ilelbre injur } . and halli _ ' m tErough [ ] Hot foods and steam can heating it . ca / lse burns . Be careflfl when - - Do not use straight - sided opening a m , containers of containers with narrow hot Ibod , including popcorn necks . bags , cooking pouches and box ( s . ' Ib prevent possibl ( - - . \ { ler heating , allow tile container to stand in the injur } , dire { t ste ; un ; I _ % r _ l _ ' li'om hands and ti , ce . microwme o _ en _ br a short time belbr ( removing tile [ ] 1 ) O II ( ) t o \ er ( ook l ) ( ) t _ l [ oes . containe _ ; Th { \ x could ( lehydP4te and - - Use extrem ( car ( wh ( n catch lire , causing damage tO _ / O / lr oven , ins ( rting a spoon or other utensil into the corn > drier . [ ] Cook meat and l } ouhr } tho _ x ) ughly - - meat to at least an INTERNAl , temperature of 161 ) ° F and ] } oultr } . to at least an INTERNAI . temperature of 18 ( PF . Cooking to these temlleratm'es usual h protects ag _ dnst lbo ( tborne illn ( ss .
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! MICROWVAE - SAFCEOOKWARE © Make sure all cookware used in • l ) o not use re ( y ( led paper VOtIF IIIiCFOWt4VC ( ) veil is s / fital ) le products . R ( ' ( ? : cled pa ] ) er tot microwaving . Most glass towels , napkins and waxed casseroles , looking dishes , paper ( , , all COl / tail / metal flecks which max cause lIle _ lS / ll + il / _ " ClipS , C / lS | _ lF ( t t Ilt ) S , pOtt ( T } OF ( , ] lilla dil / llel _ l \ r _ a . l ? e a ) : cing or iglfite . Paper \ qlich does not ha \ e n / et _ fllic products containing nylon or n \ lon filan / ents should u : inl or glaze with a inetallic sheell ( _ + . 11 be / lsed , SolI / e be avoided , as they ill , iV cookware is labeled " suitable also ignlite . tot n / icrowaving . " • Some styro / oam tra } _ s ( like • If _ X ) / l are not smx ' if a dish is those that meat is t ) ackaged l / li ( , ) ? OWa \ ( ' - sail ' , USe this [ ( ' st : on ) have a thin stri t ) of metal Place in the oven both the einbedded in the bottol / / + When lni ( rowaved , tile n / etal dish \ _ ) / l are testing and a ( an llurn tile / loor of the glass measuring cup filh'd with 1 ( , ul ) of watel - - set the o _ a'n or igl / it ( ' a pal ) er towel . measuring ( ' ll t ) either in or • Do llOt use the microwa \ e next to tile dish . Mi ( lx ) l , , _ \ e tO OF } ' llel'v _ * gp _ lpeFs , 1 minute at high . If the dish heats , it should not be used • Not all plastic wrap is suitable t ( ) l ? list ' ill l / li ( , lX ) l * _ l _ t ' O _ t'l / S . / or microwaving . Check tile package lot If tile dish ren / ains cool pFOpel " / Ise . and only tile water in tile cup heats , tllell tile dish • Pat ) er towels , waxed pat ) er is nlicrowm e - sat _ ' . and plastic wnq ) can t ) e used t / ) co _ vr dishes in order to If you use a meat retaill lllOiSHil'e and p ) : evel / t thern / onleter while cooking , spattel ? illg + [ _ e Sill ' ( ' tO Vellt n / ake sure it is sate tot use plastic wra t ) so stealll Call il / l / / i ( Fol \ r _ l \ e ovells + escape . • Cookware n / a \ becon / e hot be ( ause o / heat tmnst _ ' rred ti'on / the heated tood . Pot holders Ina \ be needed to handle tile ( ookw _ 4 ) ? e +
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• Plastic cook _ au : e Plastic • " Boilal ) lceo " okin1g ) ouches andtightlcylosepdlastic cookware desiglled tot bags _ h , oulbdeslitp , ierced mk rowa \ e ( ( ) ( ) king is very orventeadsdirecte1d ) _ useflll , 1 ) m shouM be used ( arelillh . E _ en mi ( rowa \ e - t ) ackagIfet . l / t3arenot , plastcicouldbursdturingor sale ' t ) lastic lna } not be as innnediataetliyecrooking , tolemm of o \ ercooking possibrleysultinilglil _ im'y . ( onditions as are glass or ( ( T _ llIli ( " l / / atel + ials } ll / ( t Nsop , lastisctorage containesrhsoulbdeatleast l / / ; + lv so / ien or € hal ; it partialIllnyco _ ' lTe ( t tlecallse sut ! iected to short t ) eriods tl / t \ v / orn / a tight seal . When of over ( ooking . In longer cooking with containers cxpos / IFCS 10 ovel ' ( ooking , the ti ) od and cookware tightly covered with plastic wrap , tel / lOVe covelJng couM igllite . carefllllv and direct steam Follow thoso guidolinos : } lW ; + lv / i'Olllhallds alld / i _ € e . ] Use l / / i ( rowa _ e = sat _ ' • Use / oil onh as directed ill plasti ( s only and this mmlmd . TV dim / ers may / lse thelll ill Stl + iCt be microwaved in loll trine ' + compliance with less than 3 / 4 " high ; remove tile cook \ s m : e tile to l ) loll cover and return l / / an / llil ( ' [ [ i1 / eI ' _ s tile trm to the box . When Fecolillilendations . using / oil in the microwave oxen , keep the toil at least ] 1 ) O not H / i ( rowa _ e elIlt ) tv ( oi / tainel's . 1 " awa } { i'om tile sides of tile ( ) \ ell . [ _ Do not l ) ermit childrene to use t ) lasti ( ( ookwar without COml ) lete sut ) ervision .
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! Improper use of the grounding plug can result in a risk of electric shock . GROUNDINIGNSTRUCTIONS This appliance must be gromaded . In the c _ ' nt of an electrical short circuit , gTotmding reduces the risk of electric shock b _ providing an escape wire t [ ) r the electric cm : rem . This appliance is equipl ) ed with a power cord having a ST ( rending wire with a ST ( ran ( ling 1 ) lug . The 1 ) lug must tie 1 ) lugged into an omlet d _ at is t ) rol ) erl } installed and gTotmded . Consuh a qualified elecuJcian or selMce technician if the gromlding instru ( tions are not completely mlderstood , or if dout ) t exists as to whether the appliance is t ) rot ) efly gromlded . If the omlet is a standard 2 - truing wall omlet , it is your personal reslxmsibility and ot ) ligation to have it replaced widl a tm ) t ) erly gromlded 3 - prong wall omlet . I ) o not trader any circmnstances cut or relno _ e the third ( gTomld ) prong ti'om the power cord . \ * _ i ' do not recommend using an extension cord with this appliance . / t die power cord is too shoN , have a qu _ ditied elecuJcian or se _ Mce mclmician install an omlet near the appliance . ( See WARNING - - EXTENSIOCNORDsSeciion . ) For t ) est ot ) emtion , plug this at ) l ) lian ( e into its own eleciri ( _ d omlet to t ) rexem ill ( kefing of lights , l ) lowillg of tilse or tripping of ( iT ( uit breaker .
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ADAPTERPLUGS Usage situations where appliance's power cord will be disconnected infrequently . Because of potential sat ( qv hazards under certain conditions , IAdapteprlugsnot we strongly recommendagainstthe permitteidnCaeada _ use ofan adapterplug . I h ) _ e \ e _ ; il VO [ Istill elect to use an adapter , where local codes permit , a TEMPORARYCONNECTIONmay be made to a t ) rol ) erly groml ( h'd TEMPORARY and firmconnection 2 - prong wall receptacle by the use of METHOD beforeuse . a UI , listed adapter which is a \ _ filal ) le at most local hardware stores . The larger slot in the adapter must be aligned with the larger slot in the wall receptacle to provide proper t ) ola ] ity in the c ( mnection of the power cord . CAUTION : Attaching the adapter ground terminal to the waft receptacle cover screw does not ground the appliance unless the cover screw is metal , and not insulated and the wall receptacle is grounded through the house wiring . You should have the circuit checked b } a qualified electrician to ] hake slll : e the receptacle is l ) mt ) erly grounded . When disc ( mnecting the power cord 6 : ore the adal ) ter , alwa } s hold the adapter with one hand . If this is not done , the adal ) ter ground terminal is veT } likely to break with repeated use . Should this hal ) pen , DO NOTUSE the appliance m _ til a proper g _ : om _ d has again been established . Usage situations where appliance's power cord will be disconnected frequently . Do notuse an adapter plug in these situations t ) e ( ause ti'equent dis ( om _ e ( tion o / the ] ) ( ) _ r _ ' _ " ( ( ) ] ' ( t t ) la ( es m _ ( h : w strain ( m the adapter and leads to eventual / i _ ihu : e of the adapter glxmnd terminal . 3bu should have the 2 - t ) rong wall re ( eptacle Tel ) laced with a 3 - prong ( g _ x / un ( ting ) re ( el ) taele by a qualilied electrician betore using the al ) l ) liance .
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! EXTENSIOCNORDS A short pow ( ' l ? supply ( ord is provided to reduce thc risks resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer ( ord . Extension cords _ I _ Ir _ be used ifxxm are ( areflfl in using them . If an extension cord is used - - [ _ " l'he marked electrical rating of the extension cord should be at least as great as the ele ( trical rating of the appliance ; [ _ The extension cord must be a gTom _ ( ting _ type g - wire ( ord _ t11 ( 1 it must be t ) hlgged into a 3 - slot outlet ; [ _ The extension cord shotdd be arnmged so that it will not ( ll _ lp ( _ ( ) ' _ ( ? 17 Ill ( ' ( O / ll / t ( ? r [ op oF tM ) letop where it ( an be ptdled on by children or tripped over mfimentionall } . / / you use an extension ( or ( t , the interior light may flkker and the B | OWt'F SOlll / d II / Wv _ lY _ , W ] l ( ' l / | 11 ( ' mic _ ' owa \ 1 ' o \ cH is oil CookiHg times may be longer too . 7O
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READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETY _ l _ j s INFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS 11
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About the features of yourmicrowave oven . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model 0 0 Featuresof the Oven OoorLatches . WindowwithMetalShield . S ( reenallows ( ookingtobe Convenience Guide . @ Touch Control Panel and Display . 0 Door Latch Release . Press lat ( h release to open door . 0 Removable Turntable . Turntable and support mustbe in t ) la ( e when using the o ' _ en . The t m : nta | ) ] e may | ) e remo ' , ed for ( leaning . NOTE : Rating plate , oven vent ( s ) and oven light are located on the inside walls of the microwave oven , 12
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Youcan microwave by time , with the sensor features or with the auto feature . [ I AUTO / TIME DEE TIME COOK POPCORN BEVERAGE REHEAT I ] BAKED POTATO VEGETABLE 666 AUTO / TIMEDEE POWER LEVEL i O i , @ CookingControls G Check the Convenience Guide before you begin . TimeFeatures 0 Press Enter AUTO / TIME DEE Amount of defrosting time Presstwice TIME COOK Amount of cookingtime Pressonceor twice EXPRESSCOOK Starts immediately ! POWER LEVEL Power level 1 - 10 ADD 30 SEC Starts immediately ! Sensor Features and 0 Auto Feature Press Enter Option POPCORN Starts immediately ! more / lesstime BEVERAGE Starts immediately ! REHEAT Starts immediately ! more / lesstime BAKED POTATO Starts immediately ! more / lesstime VEGETABLE Starts immediately ! Pressonce ( freshvegetables ) more / lesstime Presstwice ( frozenvegetables ) more / lesstime Pressthree times ( cannedvegetables ) more / lesstime ionsomemodels ) AUTO / TIME DEE Foodweight Pressonce 13
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About changing the power level . " I ] le power h'vel m _ y be entered or ehan _ ed immediately after , t'nte _ ng tile tearer ( ' time fi ) r EPOWERL TIME COOK 77meDefrost or EXPRESS COOK . Tile power LEV h ' \ el mm Mso be ( hanged ( ftu _ ng { ime ( om / tdown . [ ] Press TIME COOKor seh'ct _ me Defrost . [ _ ] I _ lm'r c ookillg or ( / eli'ostillg time . [ ] Press POWER LEVEL . [ _ ] Seh ' ( t desired t ) ower h ' \ el l - I O . [ ] Press START _ uiable power levels add flexibilit } to miemwm e ( ooking . " I ] le power h'vels on tile microw _ ve oven © 8TA _ Call be € Olllllal ' ed to the sllrl _ tce Ilnits on a rall _ e . PAUSE ] J _ l ( ' l / t ) ower le \ e ] _ l \ ' es } _ O / l llli ( l'OW _ l \ e ellerg ' _ ' a eer { _ lill percent of tile time . Power level 7 is mi ( mwa \ e eHerg _ ' 70 % of tile time . Power level3 is enerKv 30 % of die time . Most cooking will be done on High ( powerlevel I0 ) whi ( tl giVeS VOH 100 % p ( ) _ er . Powerlevel I0 _ * ill cook / sswr but toed max need more ti'c ( tuent stirring , rotatiHg or turning ( / vet : A lower setting will ( ook more evenly mid need less stirring or rotating of tile ft ) od . Sol / le ft ) ods lIl _ tV tl _ lve better _ ] _ lvor , textlllR ' or allllearmlee if one of tile h ) wer settings is used . Use a lower l ) ower h ' _ . vI when ( ( ) ( ) king leeds tll _ lt hmv a tendency to boil ov ( ' t ; such as scallol / ed pota { oes . Rest pelJo ( ls ( Fv'ftell tile Illi ( ' l'OW _ l \ e ( ' llerg _ ' Q ( h's oHt ) give tillle tor tile / ood to " ( ' ( t { l ; + lliz ( ' " or tral / sl ( ' r ] leat to tile inside of the too ( t . All examt ) le of this is shown with power level 3 - - the d eIi'ost ( _ vcle . II mierowm e energ ) ; did not cycle oil , tile outside of tile ft ) od would ( ook beIore tile inside was deIi : osted . Hero are some examples of uses for various power levels . High 10 : Fisft , bacon , vegetables , boiling liquids . Med - High 7 : Gentle cooking of meat and pouhry ; baking ( _ lsseroles and reheating . Medimn 5 : Slow cooking and tenderizing ft ) r stev , _ ' _ and less wnder eros of meat . Low2or3 : I ) eft'osting ; simmering ; delicate sauces . Warm 1 : Keetling toed _ r _ ] : _ I _ ; softening bmwr . 14
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Aboutthe timefeatures . 77meCook TimeCookI TIME COOK 2 \ llows x _ ( ) H | 0 mi ( rowaxe for any time ul ) to 99 mimues and 99 se ( onds . Power level 10 ( High ) is amoma6 ( ally set , but _ ou m ; _ v ( hmlge it for more tle × il ) ilitv . [ 77 Press TIME COOK [ _ ] Emer ( ( ) ( ) king time . _ ] ( ; hange t ) o _ % rerlexel if ) ou don't _ % r _ Hhtill t ) o _ % reI % l ( Press POWERLEVELS . ele ( t a desired t ) ower lexe ] - lt ) . ) © START PAUSE [ ] Press START You ma } open file ( toot ( tm : ing _ me Cook to ( he ( k the food . Close the door ml ( t t ) ress START . ) resmne looking . TimeCookII l , ets you ( hange l ) OWel ? lexels automati ( all ) ( hwing ( ( ) ( ) king . I / ere's how to do it : r _ l Press TIME COOK I ¢ 1 E1Her [ lie til ; St look [ ilile . [ ] Change the power level if you doH't wm _ t flfll [ ] t ) owm ; ( Press POWER LEVEL . Select a desired power le \ el 1 - 10 . ) Press TIME coogag _ , 6n . [ ] l _ llter the second cook time + [ ] Change the t ) ower lexel if _ ou doH't _ ' _ r _ n [ hill [ ] t ) owe _ ; ( Press POWER LEVEL . Sele ( t a desired t ) ower level 1 - 1l ) . ) [ ] Press START At the end ot 7lille Cook I , Time Cook II ( omits do _ % rlL 75
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Aboutthe timefeatures . CookingGuide for 77meCook NOTE , " Use power level High ( 10 ) unless otherwise noted . Amount Time Comments Vegetable Asparagus ( freshspears ) l lb . 5 to 8 mhl . , In 1 ½ - qt . ob ] ( mg glass ] ) _ & ing Med - Itigh ( 7 ) dish , t ) ] a ( e 1 , / 4 ( up w _ lwn ( frozenspears ) lO - oz , package 4 to 7 nlhl . In ] - qt . ( assero ] e . Beans llb . cuth _ half lOto 15rain . ( freshgreen ) Ill 1 ½ - qt . cassero ] e , ] ) ] ace 1 / 2 cup Wiltel2 ( frozengreen ) lO - oz , package 4 to 8 nlhl . Ill 1 - qt . cassero ] e , ] ) ] ace 2 tab ] espoons w _ tel : ( frozenlima ) lO - oz , package 4 to 8 nlhl . Ill 1 - qt . cassero ] e , ] ) ] ace 1 / 4 cup W ; ltel ' . Beets ( fresh , whole ) 1 btmch 16 to 22 mln . Ill 2 - ( it . casserole , ] ) ] ace 1 / 2 cup water . Broccoli 1 btmch 5 to 9 nthlt . ( freshcut ) Ill 2 - qt . cassero ] e , ] ) ] ace ( 1 ¼ to 1 % lbs . ) 1 / 2 cup Wiltel2 1 btmch 7 to 11 rain . ( freshspears ) Ill 2 - qt . oblong glass baking dish , ( 1 ¼ to 1F2 lbs . ) ] ) ] ace l / 4 cup wiltel2 ( frozen , lO - oz , package 4 to 7 nlln . Ill 1 - qt . casserole . chopped ) ( frozenspears ) lO - oz , package 4 to 7 nlln . Ill 1 - qt . cassero ] e , ] ) ] ace 24t _ d ) ] es ] ) ( / ( / l / S w _ ffeg Cabbage 1 lnedlmn head 6 to 10 nfin . ( fresh ) Ill 1 ½ - or 2 - qt . cassero ] e , ] ) lace ( about 2 lbs . ) 1 / 4 cup wiltel : 5 to 9 nfin . ( wedges ) In 2 - or 3 - ( It . casserole , ] ) ] ace 1 / 4 cup water . Carrots 1 lb . 4 to 8 nlhl . ( fresh , sliced ) Ill 1 ½ - qt . cassero ] e , ] ) lace 1 / 4 cup wiltel2 ( frozen ) lO - oz , package 3 to 7 nlhl . Ill 1 - qt . cassero ] e , ] ) ] ace 2 t _ d ) ] es ] ) ( / ( / l / S w _ ffeE Cauliflower 1 medimn head 7 to 11 nfin . ( flowerets ) Ill 2 - ( it . casserole , ] ) ] ace 1 / 2 cup Wiltel2 1 medimn head 7 to 15 nfin . ( fresh , whole ) Ill 2 - ( it . casserole , ] ) ] ace l / 2 cup Wiltel2 ( frozen ) lO - oz , package 3 to 7 nfin . Ill 1 - qt . cassero ] e , ] ) ] ace 2 tab ] es ] ) oons ware1 : 16
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Vegetable Amount Time Comments Corn ( frozen kernel ) lO - oz , package 2 to 6 ndn . In l qt . casserole , t ) lace 2 tat ) lesl ) oons ' watel _ Cornon thecob ( fresh ) 1 to 5 ears 11 / 4 to 4 nthl . In 2 - qt . glass baking dish , place corn . II corn is in husk , use no per ear water ; if coru has been husked , add ] / 4 cu t ) water . Rearnmge alter half of time . ( frozen ) 1 ear 3 to 6 mhl . Place in 2 - qt . oblong glass baking dish . Cover with vented 2 to 6 ears 2 to 3 mhl . plastic wnq ) . Rearnmge alier per ear half of dine . Mixed vegetables ( frozen ) lO - oz , package 2 to 6 nfin . In 1 - qt . casserole , place 3 t _ d ) lesl ) oou , s w ; + + tel2 Peas 2 lbs . tmshelled 7 to 10 rain . ( fresh , shelled ) In 1 - ( it . casserole , place l / 4 cup water . ( frozen ) lO - oz , package 2 to 6 nthl . In 1 - ( tL casserole , t ) lace 2 tal ) lesl ) oou , s ware1 : Potatoes Peel and cut into 1 - inch cubes . ( fresh , cubed , 4 potatoes 9 to 12 mhl . white ) ( 6 to 8 oz . each ) Place in 2 - qt . casserole with 1 / 2 cup water . Stir after half of time . ( fresh , whole , 1 ( 6 to 8 oz . ) 2 to 4 nfin . Pierce with cooking tork . Place in center of the o _ ' n . Iet stand sweet or white ) 5 minutes . Spinach 10 to 16 oz . 3 to 6 nthl . ( fresh ) In 2 - qt . casserole , place washed st ) inach . ( frozen , chopped lO - oz , package 3 to 6 nthl . In 1 - ( tL casserole , t ) lace and leaf ) 3 tal ) lesl ) oons wate + : Squash ( fresh , summer 1 lb . sliced 3 to 5 nthl . In 1 ½ _ - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 and yellow ) cup _ te _ x ( winter , acorn , Cut in halt and remo _ e fibrous 1 or 2 squash 5 to 9 nthl . or butternut ) ( about 1 lb . each ) membranes . In 2 - qL oblong glass baking dish , place S ( luash cut - side - down . Turn cm - side - u l ) alter 4 minutes . 17
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Aboutthe timefeatures . time Defrost A ] lov < s you to del _ " ost t _ ) r a selected h'ngth of time . See AUTO / TIMEDEE dv . _ Defrosting Guide lot suggested times . ( Auto Defrost e × t ) lained in the About the auto feature section . ) [ ] Press AUTO / ' rlMEDEE t _ ' dce . [ _ Enter del _ " osting time , [ ] Press START [ _ ] " Ihrn toDd over when the o \ en sig _ lals . [ ] Press START Power h've ] is automatie _ flly set at 3 , but call be changed . © _ bu can defl : ost sin ; ill items quickly t ) y r ; fising the t ) ower $ TAI _ PAUSE level alter entering the tilne . Power level 7 tilts the total defl : ostiHg time in aboHt halt ' ; powerleve110 € Ills the total time to al ) l ) roximately 1 / 3 . t lowest'r , tood will need lllore tt'eq / lent attentioll than / lStl _ ll , At one ll _ flf of selected defl : ostillg time , the ovell signals TURNA . t this time , ttllTl / ] ' oDd over al / d l ) 1 < _ ' akal ) art or rearrange pieces fi ) r more e \ en de / ) ' osting . Shield any warm areas with sln _ Ol pieces of fi ) il . A dull tlmml ) ing noise may be heard d uring defl : osting . This is normal when oven is not operating at High t ) owe ) : Defrosting Tips • Foods fl : ozen in t ) at ) er or t ) lasti ( can 1 ) e defl : osted in the trackage . Closed tmckages should be slit , pierced or vented , \ VIER / ood has t ) artiall ) de / i'osted . Plastic storage containers should be partially uncoxered . • Family - size , t ) ret ) ackaged ti'ozen ( tim _ el's can t ) e defrosted and microwaved . If the / ood is in a / oil containel ; tmns / ( ' r it to a microwave ' - sat { ' dish . • Foods that Sl : ) oil easily should not be allow ( d to sit OUt [ ( ) Y I / / OI ' ( thal / ( ) lie ho / lr athr ( l ( ] i'ostii / g . ROOIII teml ) eratm _ ' l ) romot _ s th ( growth of hannflll ] ) act _ fla . • For more e _ ' n de / i'osting of larger toods , such as masts , use Auto Defrost . Be sure large meats are COml ) letely de / i'osted be / ore cooking . • When ( te { i : osted , food should be cool but sotiened in all areas . If still slightly ic ) , return to the mi ( rowa \ e 78 very briefly , or let it stand a / i : w minutes .
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DefrostingGuide Food Time Comments Breads , Cakes Bread , buns or rolls ( I piece ) ] / 4 lnln . Rearnmge atier halt ' dw time . Sweet mils ( approx . 12oz . ) 2 to 4 rim1 , Fish and Seafood Fillets , frozen ( I lb . ) 6 m 9 rim1 . Shellfish , smaflpieces ( l lb . ) 3 to 7 rim1 . Pla ( e block ill casserole . " Ihnl over and break ut ) after hall the tinle . Fruit Plastic pouch - - 1 or2 1 to 5 nfin . ( lO - oz . package ) Meat 2 to . 5nfm . Bacon ( l lb . ) Place mlotlened tlackage ill ( ) sen . I et stand 5 minutes after de / i'osting . Franks ( l lb . ) 2 to 5 nfm . Place mlol / ened t / ackage ill ( ) sen . Microwave just until Danks cm / be sel / arated . I , et stand 5 l / lin / ltes , if necessary , to ( Oml / lele de / i'osting . Groundmeat ( l lb . ) 4 to 6 nfin . Turn meat oxer after half the time . 9 to 13 nfin . Roast'b . eef , lamb , veal , pork Use power level I . per lb . 4 to 8 lUhl . Steaks , chopsandcutlets Place mlwmpt ) ed meal ill mcookinge dish . Turn over alier half ll / e ti per lb . and shield vmrm areas witll R ) il . When tinished , set / arate t ) ieces and Metstand to e ( ) mt ) lete defl : osting . Poultry 14 to 20 mhl . Chicken , broiler - fryer Place wrapped chicken in dish . lYnwmp and turn ( ) _ r ( ' ] ; after ftrst half ot time . cutup ( 2 ½ to 3 Ibs . ) , Mier second half of time , separate pieces and place ill cooking dislL Microwme 2 - 4 minutes more , if necessary : Eet stand a t ( ! V _ rminutes t ( ) tinisft ( left'os { ing . Chickenw , hole 20 to 25 mhl . Place wrapped chicken in dish . Alier half ( 2 ½ to3Ibs . ) ille tilIle , / ll / Wr } l ] ) and tllrn ehickelJ , ovel2 Shield warn / areas with foil . To conq ) lete deli : osting , itm , toM wamr ill tile ( avit _ m / ill gfl ) lets can be removed . Cornish hen 7 to 13 rain . Place mlwnq / t ) ed hen in the o _ m per lb . breast - si ( h ' - ut ) . Turn over after first half of time . Run cool _ s ; _ mr ill tile cavity m / til gJtllets call be remoxed . 3 to 8 lUhl . Turkey breast ( 4 to 6 Ibs . ) Place mlwnq / l ) ed breast ill microwmv - sa / b ( tisft bre _ tst - si ( le - dowu . Atter ftall of tin / e , per lb . mm bre _ e + si ( h ' - / q ) aud sftieM warm areas with ft ) il . / ) e / it ) st ft ) r second hall of time . I , ( ' t staud 1 - 2 hours ill reliJgemtor to ( ( ) mt ) lete deti'osting . 79
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Aboutthe timefeatures . Express Cook This is a quick way to set cooking time for I - 6 minutes . Press one of the EXPRESS COOKpads ( fl'om ] to 6 ) JL ) r ] to 6 mimm's oJ ( ookh : g at powerleve110 . For cxamtlh ' , press the 2 t ) ; 1 ( IJL ) r2 minutes ot ( ( ) ( ) king time . " I'll ( ' pow ( ' r h'v ( ' l ( ; m Ix ( ' ( hanged as din ( ' is ( om : dng down . Press POWERLEVEL and { ' nu'r 1 - 10 . Add 30 Seconds You can use this feature two ways , • It will add 30 se ( onds tO tl / ( ' tillle ( ' O / llltillg down each time tile pad is pr ( ' ssed . • It c ; m be used as a qui ( k way to set 30 se ( onds of ( ooking dine . 2O
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About the auto feature . Auto Defrost The Auto / Time Defrost / ( ' atm'e g _ vesyou two _ r _ r _ to AUTO / TIME DEE deflx ) st flx ) zen too ( is . Press AUTO / TIMEDEF . on ( e ti ) r Auto Defrest or twkc l _ ) r time Defrost , LIse Auto Defrost [ _ ) r meat , ] ) otlltF _ ; _ tl / ( | ( iSh , LIS ( ' 7 _ me Defrost [ _ ) r most other fi'ozcn [ beds . Auto Defrost ; - iHt ( ) lnatJ ( a ] ly s ( ' ts t ] ' Le ( ] eJi : ( ) stillg tiln ( ' s ; - ind power h'v ( ' ls to _ fiv ( ' ( ' yen ( h ' / _ " osfing results t _ ) r meats , poultry and fish weighing up to 6 pomlds . [ _ Press AUTO / TIME DEE on ( e . _ Llsing the Conversion Guide belovv , , enter food W ( ' ig ' ] lI . FOr cx _ mlph ' , press pads I and 2 / L ) r © 1.2 1 ) omlds ( 1 petard , 3 ( mnces ) . START PAUSE [ ] Press START ( Time Defrost is explained in the About the time features section . ) There is a handy guide located on the inside front of the oven . Guide • Remo _ ( ' meat fi'om t ) a ( kag ( ' and pla ( ( ' on mi ( To _ av ( ' - sat ; _ ' dish . • " IMce ( lining ( / eIi ' ( ) st , the ov ( ' n signals TURN . At each TURN signal , turn the tbod over . R ( ' mov ( " deIi'osted meat or shield warm areae with small pieces of tbil . • AIter ( leIi'osting , most meats need to stand 5 minutes to ( omplete ( teIi'osting . I , a _ ge roasts should stand ti ) r about 30 mimnes . ConversionGuide If the weight of food is stated in pounds and ounces , the ounces must be converted to tenths _ 1 ) of a pound WeightofFoodinOunces EnterFoodWeight ( tenthsofa pound ) I - 2 . I 3 . 2 4 - 5 . 3 6 - 7 . 4 8 . 5 9 - 10 . 6 11 . 7 12 - 13 . 8 14 - 15 . 9 21
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Aboutthesensorfeatures . Humidity Sensor The Sensor Features dctc ( t the incrc ; _ sing humidity released d / llJng cooking . " I ] le ov ( ' n ; _ llltOlil _ ltJ ( ; _ dly a ( ! i / lsls tile cooking time to _ afious types and amounts of / ood . I ) o not use the Sensor Features twice in succe . _ sion on the same tbod portion - - it mm result in scv ( , relv oxel = cooked or burnt / oo ( I . If / oo ( I is mldercooked a / ier the coumdown , use 7 _ me Cook tbr additional cooking ume . • The proper containers and cov ( ' r _ are essemial / br best sensor cooking . _ re , d • Alw _ v . _ IlSe l / / iCl'Ot _ \ ( ' - Sail ' COlltainers all ( I co \ ' ( fr tllel / / with lids or vented plastic wrap . Never else tight sealing plasti ( containers - - th ( \ _ can | ) rex ent steam ti'om es ( aping and ( ause / bod to o \ er ( ook . Vontod • Be sure the outside of the cooking containers and the inside of the microwave oven are ( Ir _ be / ore placing / ood in tile oxen . Beads of moismr ( ' turning imo steam can mislead the sensor . Ory off dislles so they dal't misbad t ] 18 $ 8nso £ 22
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Popcorn 1 " [ ' o use dw Popcorn ti _ mu : e : POPCORN [ _ Follow 1 ) a ( kage instru ( tions , using time Cook it the t ) a ( kage is less than 1.75 oun ( es or larger ( lesstime } ( meretime } tl / _ tll _ . _ Ollll ( eS . Place the t ) a ( kage of t ) ot ) ( orn ill the ( elite1 ; ( ) t the mi ( rowave . Useonlywithprepackagmedicrowave popcore weiglling 1.75to3.5ounces . [ _ Press POPCORN . The oxen starts immedJateh NOTE ; Do not use If you open tile door while POPCORN is disl ) klyed , this feature twice in SENSOR ERROR will at ) peat : Close tile doe1 ; t ) rex ' _ succession on the CLEAR / OFFand begin again . same food portion - - it may result in severely If load is undercooked a / ler the comlldown , use overcooked or burnt food . TimeCookt _ r additional cooking time . How toAdjustthePopcornProgramto Providea Shorter orLongerCooktime If you fi1J , d that the brined oft ) el ) corn you use tlll ( te ] ] ) Ol ) S or oveFcookb consistentl } . _ rO / l C _ t11 add or subtract 20 - 30 seconds to the automatic t ) ot ) ping time . Toadd time : . \ tier pressing POPCORN , tm'ss 9immediau ' ly _ dier the o \ en starts tor an exu : a 20 seconds . Press 9 ag _ dn to add m _ other 10 seconds ( total 30 seconds _ ldditJonal thne ) . Tosubtract time : , \ fler pressing POPCORN , press I immediawlv after the o \ en starts Jar 20 seconds h ' . _ cooking time . t're , _ e I ag ; lin to t'e ( IHce cooking tillle allother 10 secollds ( total 30 seconds less time ) . Beverage Pre . _ eBEVERAGE to heat ; _ 1 ( u t ) o / ( ott [ ' e or other BFVFRAGE bever _ lge . NOTE : Do not use this feature twice in Drinks heated with the Beverage feature may be very hot . succession on the Remove the container with care . same food portion - - If toed is mldercooked _ dier the ( O [ llltdo _ rn , [ Ise it may result in severely overcooked or burnt food . rimoCooktbr additional ( ookiv , g tJl / / e . 23
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Aboutthesensorfeatures . Reheat REHEAT The Reheat feature reheats . . . . s . ingle s ( , r _ ings of ] ) rexiouslv , ( ooked toods or a plate oI lefloxers . [ Z ] Place ( oxered food in the oxen . Press REHEAT ( lesstime } ( moretime } The oxen starts immedi _ uelx . How to Change the [ _ " [ ] 1 ( ! ( ) ' _ ( ! 11 signals _ ' h ( ! ] l ste _ tlIl is S ( ' llSe ( I _ tl / d the time remaitfing begins com _ th _ g down . Automatic Settings [ ) 11 I / ( / t ( iT ) ell the ( / Xell ( loot / llHil | ill / ( ! is ( OHll | il / _ Toreduce time by 10 % : dov , n . If the door is o ] ) ened , close it and  ) Tess START ] ) r ( ss I afier the t _ amrc pad . imme ( tiatelx _ Toadd 10 % to cooking time : After removingfoodfromtheoven , stir , ff possible , to even ] ) r ( ss 9 _ d _ ertlw [ i aUl ) ( pad . outthetemperatureR . eheatedfoodsmayhave wide NOTE : Do not use variations intemperature . Someareasmay be this feature twice extremely hot . in succession on the same food portion - - If [ ) / / / ( t iS I / Or h ( ) t ellotlgh _ t [ t ( ! l _ the ( ( ) tll / tdowI / / lse it may result in severely _ me Cook tot addJtJ ( nml reheatitlg time . overcooked or burnt food . Some Foods Not Recommended for Use With Reheat It is best to use Time Cook [ br these tbo ( ts : • Bread ] ) rodtt ( ts . • Foods tl / _ tt IIIIIS | b ( f l'eÂle _ lted tlll ( O \ elTed . • Foods that need to be sdrred or rotated . • Foods calling / or a dry look or crisp sure _ ce after reheating . 24
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Sensor Cooking Vegetables , Potatoes VEGETABLE [ _ Pla ( c ( oxercd food in the oxen . Press the tood pad . For V ( ! geta | ) ] ( ! s , press the VEGETABLEpa ( t ( m ( c for BAKED POTATO / _ ' esh vegetables , twice / ( ) r { l'ozell v ( , getables or three dines / or ( mined vegetables . { lesstime } Imoretime } [ _ The oxen sigmals wN ( ! I / St ( ! 31ll iS S ( ! IIS ( ! ( 1 _ i ] ld IN ( ! time rcmaining bcgins counting down . " Hu : n or Sensocroektilrg ! ivesyoueasy , stir tile { t ) od if llecex ' . , ar , , . automatic result5 with a variety of roods ( seetile CookinGr ! uidebelow ) . 1 ) O I / ( ) t op ( ! l / th ( _ ( ) v ( _ l / door II ] ltil tiH / ( _ lS ( ( ) ill / tillS ( toxin . If dw door is opencd , ( losc it and press START NOTE : Do not use immcdiawh . this feature twice in succession on the If _ ( ) ( ) d is / tlld ( _ ] 7 ( ook ( ' d aJ _ l ( w the ( OilIIIdowI / , IlS ( _ same food portion - - Time Cook tor a ( tditiona ] ( ooking lime . it may result in severely overcooked or burnt food . How to Change the Automatic Settings ( automatic settings for canned vegetables cannot be adjusted on some models ) : ' _ bu ( an a ( ! iust the ( ooking tim ( ' { br all { oo ( | s to suit _ x ) ur personal tasw . Toreduce time by 10 % : Prc _ ' _ 1 _ @ hin 30 sc ( onds a / icr prc _ ' @ lg the / ood pad . Toadd 10 % to cooking time : Pr ( ' _ ' _ 9 wit ] lill . ' 40 s ( ' ( oH ( | s a / icr ] ) rc _ ' @ lg tll ( ' / ood pad . Cooking Guide Food Type Amount Comments Canned Vegetables 4 - 16 oz Cover widl lid or veHte ( t plastic wrat ) . Frozen Vegetables 4 - 16 oz Follow package instru ( tions | or adding water . Cover with lid or vented t ) lasd ( wrap . Fresh Vegetables 4 - 16 oz Add 1 / 4 ( u l ) water per serving . Cover widl lid or vented plastic wrap . Potatoes 1 / 2 - 2 lbs Pierce skin with / ork . Pla ( e potatoes ( ) 1 ) th ( ' Ht ] ? lHal ) h , . 25
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About the other features . Help HELP { " Hie HELP pa ( t ( tisl ) la'ss t _ amre intbrmation and helpthl hints . Press HELP , { hell select a t _ 3ature pad . CookingCompleteReminder To remind you that you have l _ ) od in the o _ en , the oven will disph + FOOD IS READY and beep once a minute until you either ( 3t3 ( ' 1 / the OVell ( | oor or press CLEAR / OFE Clock Press to emer the time of dm or to check the time of CLOCK day while mk rowaving . [ ] Press CLOCK , [ _ ] Emer time of din . [ _ ] Select AM or PM . [ ] Press STARTor CLOCK , © START PAUSE Scroll Speed AM / PM SCROLSLPEEDi The s ( roll sl ) eed ( ) _ the displ m ( an be ( hanged . Press and t1 ( 31 ( tthe AM / PMpad about 3 seconds t / ) bring up the displa } . Sele ( t 1 - 5 / _ ) r slow to / ilst scroll speed . StarYPause © In addition to starting mmr 5 thn ( tions , START / PAUSE allows " y'oHto stop ( ooking witho / lt opening the door START PAUSE or ( leafing the display . 26
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Reminder REMINDER I The Reminder tk'amre can be used like an aklnn clock , and can be used at any time , e _ ( n when th ( o _ ( n is el ) ( I _ ting . The Reminder tim ( can be set t _ I ) to 24 hours lat < _ : [ ] Press REMINDER . [ _ _ lltel7 the tilIle yell W _ tllt the oxell to reH / il / d yell , ( } _ e SHl'e the l / li ( Fow _ l ' _ e ( lo ( k shows tile ( o1Te ( t time o / din ; . ) _ ] Sele ( t , \ M or PM . [ _ ] Press REMINDER . When Reminder signal oc ( m : s , press REMINDER to turn it off . The Reminder time may be displayed by pressing REMINDER . NOTE : The REM indicator will remain lit to show that the Reminder is seL To clear the Rmninder before it occurs , press REMINDER , then O , The REM indicator will no longer be lit . 27
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About the other features . Child Lock - Out © _ J ( ) / l 1 / / _ 1 _ lock the COlltrol panel to t ) I ' ( W ( ' l / t the l / / icl'ow _ e / i'om being accidentally started or used b _ children . CLEAR OFF " Ii ) lock or unlock the controls , press and hold CLEAR / OFF / _ ) r about three seconds . When the control t ) anel is locked , an { will be displaycd to the extreme right . Sound [ Press SOUNDto tm'n the oxen l > eet ) eron or ofl ? SOUND Timer On / Off 77met On / Offot ) erates as a mimlte timer m _ d ( m _ t ) e TIMER / Is ( ! d _ t1 all ' , , ' [ i ] / / ( _ , ( ! ' _ ( ! 1 / wtl ( fl / the ( ) ' _ ( _ 1 / is ot ) ( ! F _ ttill _ + [ ] Press TIMER ON / OF / _ _ 14 _ 111 ( ! 1 _ tilIl ( ' VOII W _ tI / t tO ( Olll / t dOWI / . [ ] Press TIMER ON / OFFtsotart . When thne is ut ) , the oven will signal . To turn off the thner si _ , mal , press TIMER ON / OF / _ NOTE " The timer indicator will be lit while the timer is operating . Display On / Off To turn the _ lo _ k ( tisl ) la _ on or otl _ 1 ) ress and hold 0 / _ ) r _ d ) out 3 se ( onds . The Display On / Off l ( ' atm'c ( minor be used whil ( ' ; + 1 ( ooking / L'attm ' is in use . 28
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Microwave terms . Term Definition Arcing Arcing is the n / icrowa \ ' e term tk ) r sparks ill the ( well . Arcing is caused l ) v : • metal or ik ) il touching the side of tile o \ en . • tk ) il that is not molded to [ _ ) od ( ut ) turned edges act like _ 11 ltell ] l _ lS ) • • metal such as twist - ties , poultry pins , gold - rilnn / ed dishes . • Fecvcled t / _ q ) er towels containing small meted pieces . Covering Covers hold ill moisture , allow lot more e _ en heating and reduce ( ( ) ( ) king time . Venting t ) lasti ( wmt / or ( overing with wax t / at ) er allows ex ( ess steam to es ( al ) e . Shielding Ill a tx'gular oven , you shield chicken breasts or baked / ( ) o ( Is to pre _ ent ovet - lwowning . When mi ( rowaving , you use small sufit ) s ot loll to shield thin llarts , su ( h as the tips ot wings and legs on t ) oultr } , whJ ( h would ( ook betore larger t ) arts . Standing Time When you cook with regular ovens , toods such as roasts or cakes are allowed to stand to finish cooking or to set . Standing dine is especially iml / ortam in microwave cooking . Note that a microwa \ ' ed cake is not placed on a cooling t ' _ lck . Venting , \ lier covering a dish with plastic wral / , you vent the plastic wnq ) b } turning back one corner so excess stemn ( an escape . 29
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Care and cleaning of the microwave oven . Helpful Hints An occ _ siomd thorough wiping with a solution at baking soda and water keeps the inside flesh . Unplug the cord before cleaning any part of this oven . How to Clean the Inside Walls , Floor , InsideWindow , Metal andPlasticParts on theDoor Sol / / e s1 ) atlelN can tie rel / / ov ( _ ( t with a paper to _ wl , others m m require a dmn t ) cloth . Rcmo _ ' greas _ r spatters with a sud . , , _ ' cloth , then lJnse with a damp ch ) th . Do not use abrasive cleaners or shaq _ utensils on ( ) \ ' { ' n walls . Toclean the surface of the door and the surface of the oven that come together upon closing , useor # l / mild , nonabrasivesoaps or detergents using a sponge or soft cloth . Rinse with a clamp cloth andd _ Never use a commercial oven cleaner on any part of your microwave . Removable Turntable and Turntable Support To l ) revcnt t ) rcakagc , ( Io not l ) l _ ce the turntable into water . just after cooking . Wash it carefldlv in waml , sudsy water or in the dishwasher . The turntakde and SUl ) l ) ort can be broken if dropped . Rcmeml ) el ; do not operate the o \ en without the turntable and sut ) port in place . 3O
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How to Clean the Outside Do not use cleaners containing ammonia or alcohol on the microwave oven . Ammonia or alcohol can damage the appearance of the microwave . Case Clean the outside of the mic _ x ) wm e with a suds } cloth . Rinse m _ d then dry . Wipe the window ( lem _ with a damp cloth . Control Panel and Door Wipe with a damp cloth . Dry thoroughly . Do not use cleaning sl ) r _ l _ ' s , la _ \ u ; e mnimnts of soap and watec al ) _ lsives or shaq ) ok ! iects on the l ) m _ el - - th ( \ _ cm _ damage it . Some paper towels can also scratch the control t ) _ tl lel . Door Surface It's important to kee t ) the area clean \ shere the door seals ag _ linst the IIIi ( ' Fovvri _ Ie \ . [ IS ( ' only mild , non - abrasive detergents applied with a clean sponge or so / t cloth . Rinse well . 37
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Troubleshootingtips . . . Problem Possible Causes What ToDo Ovenwill notstart A fuse hi your home • Replace fi _ se or reset circuit 1 ) reaker . may be blown or file cireoit breaker tripped . Power surge . • Elnl ) lug die microwave oxell , then plug it back i11 . Plug not fully hlserted • Make sure die 3 - prong hlto wall oudet . plug on tl _ e oven is flllly inserted il / to wall omlet . Control panel lighted , yet Door not securely closed . • ( ) pen the door and close oven will not start seclll'elv . STARTpad not pressed • Press START after enterhlg cooking selection . Anofller selection entered • Press CLEAR / OFE already hi oven and CLEAR / OFF pad not pressed to cancel it . Cooking time not entered • M _ lke sm'e you hme after wesshlg TIME COOK . emered cooking time after pressing TIMECOOK CLEAR / OFF was pressed • P . eset cooking program accidentally , and press START Food weight not entered • Make sure you hme after selectillg Auto Defrost . emered _ ( ) ( ) d weight a / ier selectiv , g Auto Defrost . 32
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Problem Possible Causes What To Do " SENSORERROR " During Popcorn , Reheat , • Close tile doo _ ; tm'ss appearson display Beverage , Baked Potato CLEAR / OFFand bcg _ n or Vegetable program , the door was opened before steam could be detected . Steam was not detected • Use TimeCook to heat hi lnaxhntun mnotmt / or more time . of time . The control has been " LOCKED " appears in • Prc . _ s and bokt CLEAR / OFF j ( ) t " _ d ) otll tbt ' ( , ( • S _ ' ( ol / dS to display locked . ( _ aen dae conu'ol mdock the control . pmlel is locked an L will be displayed . ) Food amount too large Reheat is for shagle • Use Time Cook R ) r large for Reheat feature am ( rants of / 6o ( | . servh , _ s of recolmnended foods . 33
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Troubleshooting Things ThatAre Normal With YourMicrowave Oven • Steam or _ q ) or escaping / i'om at ( rand the doo + _ • Iight rc { h ' ( tioH m'omld door or outer ( _ 1s ( ' . • Dimming ow'n light and chang - c in the 1 ) lower s ( mnd _ t power h'vcls other them high . • Dull tlmmping sotmd while ovcn is operating . • T'kVmdio inter / _ ' rcnce might be noticed while using the mi ( rowa _ ' . Similar to the interim'rein e caused by other small appliances , it does not indicate a problem with the microwm e . Plug the microwave into a di / / _ , rcm electrical circuit , mo _ ' the radio or " IY as / m : aw _ v fi : om the microwave as possible , or check the po , , , ition m _ d sigqlal of the TV / mdio m _ temm .
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GEMicrowave Oven Warranty . Proof of the original purchase date Staple your receipt here . is needed to make a warranty claim . For ThePeriod Of . " What GE Will Provide : One Year Replacement unit _ br any prod u ( t _ hkb _ idls ( tu ( ' to _ From the date of the d ( ' J ( ' ( t h ) mat ( u _ als or wof'kl _ l & l ] lship . " ] ' b ( ' ( ' x ( h _ n _ ( ' unit original purchase is _ n ; _ ' , _ nt ( ' ( | / or th ( ' r ( ' ul _ dnd ( ' r o / your product's ( ) ri _ fillal In Order to Make a Warranty Claim : _ : Properly pack your tufit . _ : hldude hi the package a copy of file We reconunend usfilg die original sales receipt or other evidence of date carton and packing materials . of ofighlal purchase . Also prhlt your name and address mid a description J _ Return the product to the retail of the defect . location where it was purchased . What GE Will Not Cover : _ : Cuslomer h _ slru _ on . This o _ ler's _ : Replacement of house fuses or mmmal provides hfformafion regar _ lg resetting of circuit breakers . operafi _ g hlslrucfions and user cona'ols . _ : Damage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . J ) Improper hlstallation , delivery or lllaintenance . _ : Incidental or consequential damage _ : Failure of die product or dmnage to caused by possible defects wifll this the product if it is abused , misused appliance . ( for exmnple , cavity archlg from wire _ : Dmnage caused after delivery . rack or metal / foil ) , or used for other thin1 the hltended purpose or used couunercially . EXCLUSIONOFIMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your soleand exclusive remedyis product exchangeas providedin this Limited Warranty . Any implied warranties , including theimplied warranties of merchantabilityorfitnessfor a particular I purpose , are limited to one year or theshortestperiod allowed by law . Thiswarranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeediegowner for products purchased for home use withie the USA . Some states do not allow the exclusionor limitation of incidental or consequential damages . This warranty gives youspecific legal rights , and you may also haveother rights which varyfrom state to state . Toknow what your legal rights are , coesult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General Exclusion of implied warranties : Except whereprohibited or restricted by law , there are no warranties , whether express , oral or statutory which extend beyond the description on the face hereof , including specifically the implied warranties of merchantabifity or fitness for a particular purpose . 35 Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , lot 40225
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