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gO . COrn Safety Instruotions . . . . . . . . 2 - 7 Operating Instruc _ tions CVM2072 Care and Cleaning . . . . . . . . 37 - 40 Cooking Features . . . . . . . . . 12 - 18 Defiosting Features . . . . . . . 21 - 27 Easy Guide _ ' _ Menu System . . . . . 9 Help Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Home Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Microwaxe O _ en Features . . . . . . 8 Microwave Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 - 32 Other Features . . . . . . . . . . . 33 , 35 Power Le _ els . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Reheating Features . . . . . . . 19 - 20 Troubleshooting Tips . . . . . . . 41 Consumer Support Consmner Support . . . Back Cover Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 © Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # Find these numbers on a label on the left front when the door is open . DE68 - O3409A 49 - 40557 04 - 07JR
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY ( a ) Do Not Attempt to operate this oven with tile ( c ) Do Not Operate tile oven if it is damaged . It is door open since open - door operation C _ lil res / llt pa _ Xicularly important that tile oven door close in harmfld exposure to microwave energy . It is properly and that there is no damage to tile : important not to defeat or tamper with tile satetv ( 1 ) door ( bent ) , interlocks . ( 2 ) hinges and latches ( broken or loosened ) , ( b ) Do Not Place any object between tile o _ en front thce ( 3 ) door seals and sealing sm'thces . and tile door or allow soil or cleaner residue to _ lCC / lIIltll _ lte on sealin ( , S / lI ' ] [ _ lCeS . ( d ) The Oven Should Not be a ( ! iusted or repaired bx anyone except properly qualified serxice personnel .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING ! Foyrousrafe t , h , einfo . natiionnthismanumaust be followed to minimitzheerishof fire or explosion , eleetrie shoek , or to prevent property damage , personal injury , or loss of life . SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Use this appliance only fi _ r its intended pmiOose as described in this " Owner k Manual When using eleetrieal applianees , bas4e safeO _ preeautiom shouM be fidlowed , including the fidlowing : " This microwave oven is UL listed for " Kee I ) power cord away from heated sm'thces . installation over electric and gas ranges . o Do llot in / n / erse power cord or l ) hlg ill water . " This microwave oven is not approved or , To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity : tested ii ) r marine use . - - Do not overcook li ) od . Carefully attend , P , ead and ti _ llow the specific precautions appliance when paper , plastic or other in the Precautions to A _ old Possible Exposure combustible materials are placed inside to Excessive Microwave Energy section on the oven while cooking . page 2 . - - Remove wire twist - ties and metal handles , This appliance m ust be grotmded . Connect fl'om paper or plastic containers before only to proi ) edy gromlded outlet . See the placing them in the oven . Grounding Instructions section on page 7 . - - Do not use the oven tier storage purposes . Install or locate this appliance only in Do not leave paper products , cooking accordance with the provided Installation utensils or ti ) od in the oven when not Instructions . ill { lse . Do not mount this appliance over a sink . - - If materials inside oven ignite , kee I ) the oven door closed , turn the oven off and This ove > the - range oven was designed for use over ranges no wider than 36F It may be disconnect the power cord , or shut off installed over both gas and electric cooking power at the fuse or circuit breaker panel . equipment . If the door is opened , the fire may spread . - - Do not use the Sensor Featm'es twice , Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged power cord or plug , if it is not ill StlCCessioll Oll the saIne ti ) od portioll . If % od is undercooked atter the fi _ t working properly or if it has bee * * damaged cotmtdown , use TIME COOK % r or dropped . If the power cord is damaged , it InUSt be replaced bv General Electric additional cooking time . SeiMce or an authorized seixice agent using See door surihce cleaning instructions in a power cord available fl'om General Electric . the Care and Cl _ a _ dng " o / the mi ( rowav ( _ ov ( , _ section of this manual . " Do not covet " or block any openings on the appliance . " This appliance should be serviced only bv , lJse this appliance only [ i ) r its intended use qualified service personnel . Contact nearest as described in this manual . Do not use authorized setwice fiicility lbr examination , corrosive chemicals or vapors in this repair or a ( { justFa ent . appliance . This microwave oven is specifically . As with any appliance , close supervision is designed to heat , dry or cook tood , and is not necessary when used bv children . intended ior laboratory or industrial use . Do not store anything directly on top of the , Do not store this appliance outdoors . I / / icrow _ lve ovell sHrJ _ lce when tile l / ] icrowave Do not use this product near water - - oven is in operation . fi ) r example , in a wet basement , near a swimming pool , near a sink , or in similar locations .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING ! ARCING If you see arcing , press the OFF pad and correct the problem . Arcing is tile microwave term fl ) r sparks in • Foil not molded to food ( upturned edges act like antennas ) . tile oven . Arcing is caused by : • The metal shelf not installed correctly so • Metal , such as twist - ties , poultI T pins or it touches the microwave wall . goldrimmed dishes , in tile microwave . • Metal or flfil touching tile side of tile oxen . • Recycled paper towels containing small metal pieces being used in tile inicrowave . Tile ihn will operate automatically under • _ hen I ) reI ) arin ° , _ flaming , foods under tile VENT n / icro _ , # ave , ttlrll tile fall ( sit , certain conditions ( see Automatic Fall feature ) . FAN Take care to prevent tile starting and spreading • Never leave surfilce units beneath your of accidental cooking fires while the vent iim microwave oven unattended at high heat is ill rise . settings . Boilovers cause smoking and greasy • Clean tlle underside of the microwave spillovers that may ignite and spread if the often . Do not allow grease to build up on microwave vent tim is operating . To minimize tile microwave or tile fhn filte _ . automatic fhn operation , use adequate - sized cookware and use high heat on surihce units • In tile event of a grease fire on tlle surthce only when necessary . units below the microwave oven , smother a flaming pan on tile surfitce unit by covering the pan completely with a lid , cookie sheet or flat tray . • Use care when cleaning tile vent lhn filters . Corrosive cleaning agents , such as lye - based oven cleaners , may damage the filters .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS A WARNING ! SUPERMEAT _ D WATER Do not pop popcorn in your microwave FOODS oven unless in a special microwave popcorn I , iquids , such as water ; coffee or tea are able accessory or tlnless vo / i rise i ) oi ) coi'n labeled to be overheated bewmd tile boiling point _ ' or rise in i / licrowave ovens . without appearing to be boiling . Visible bubbling or boiling when tile container is • Some products such as whole eggs and sealed reli / oved froli / tile iilicrowave oven is not containers - - fin " example , closed jars - - are alwavs present . THIS COUI , D RESUI , T IN able to explode and should not be heated in this microwave oven . Such use of tile VERY HOT I , IQUIDS SUDDENLY BOII , ING ( - ) VEIl WHEN THE CONTAINER IS inicrowave oven could result in iI _ jm T . DISTURBED OP , A SPOON OR OTHER • Do not boil eggs in a microwave oven . UTENSIl , IS INSERTED INTO THE I , IQUID . Pressm'e will build up inside egg yolk and will To reduce tile risk of ii _ jury to persons : cause it to burst , possibly resulting in iI _ jm > - - Do not overheat the liquid , • Operating the microwave with no tood inside tor IllOYe than a Illintlte or two may Catlse - - Stir tile liquid both befl _ re and halt \ \ ' av damage to the oven and could start a fire . through heating it . It increases tile heat arotmd tile magnetron - - Do not use straight - sided containers with and can shorten the life of the oven . n _ l ITOW necks . • Foods with tmbroken outer " skin " such as - - After heating , allow tile container to stand potatoes , hot dogs , sausages , tomatoes , in tile microwave oven fin " a short time apples , chicken livers and other giblets and betore removing tile container . egg yolks should be pierced to allow steam to escape during cooking . - - Use extreme care when inserting a spoon or other utensil into tile container . • Hot fi _ ods and steali / C _ lil Catlse b / iYns . Be careful when opening anv containers of • Don't defl'ost fl'ozen beverages in narro \ _ = hot tood , including popcorn bags , cooking necked bottles ( especially carbonated pouches and boxes . To prevent possible beverages ) . Even if tile container is opened , iI _ jm'y ; direct steam away fl'om hands pressure can build up . This can cause tile and tace . container to bm'st , possibly resulting in ii _ jur > Avoid heating baby food in glass jars , • Do not overcook potatoes . They could even with the lid off . Make sm'e all infimt dehvdrate and catch fire , causing damage tood is thoroughly cooked . Stir tood to tO VO / IY oven . distribute the heat evenlw Be carefifl to Cook meat and poultry thoroughl ) _ meat to prevent scalding when warming tormula or at least an INTERNAl , temperature of 160 ° F breast milk . The container may ti _ el cooler and poultry to at least an INTERNAl , than the milk really is . Always test the milk temperatm'e of 180 ° K Cooking to these before fl _ eding tile baby . temperatures usually protects against toodborne illness .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS A WARNING ! MICR 0 WA VE - SAt ' ; q COOKWAt 2 Make s / ire all cookware tlsed in FOlly II / icI'owave • Do not use tile nlicrowave to dry newspapers . ( ) veil is suitable t0r nlicrowaving . Most glass • Not all plastic wrap is suitable fin " use in casseroles , cooking dishes , n / easuring cups , n / icrowave ( ) veils . Check the package fin . custard cups , pottery or china dinnerware proper tlse . which does not have nlemllic trinl or glaze with a nletallic sheen can be used . Sonle cookware • Paper towels , waxed paper and plastic wrap can be used to cover dishes in order to retain is labeled " suitable fin " nlicrowaving . " n / oisture and prevent spattering . Be sure to • If vou are not sure if vent plastic wrap so stean / can escape . a dish is nlicrowave - • Cookware nlav beconle hot because of heat safe , use this test : Place in the ( ) veil transti _ rred fl'oin tile heated fl ) od . Pot holders both the dish vou are nlav be needed to handle tile cookware . testing and a glass Howtorest fora " goilable " cooking pouches and tightly closed nleasuring cup filled mic'rowave - sadfi _ sh plastic bags should be slit , pierced or vented with 1 cup of as directed by package . If they are not , plastic watei _ set tile nleasuring cup either in or could burst during or innnediatelv after next to tile dish . Microwave 30 - 45 seconds at cooking , possibly resulting in ii _ jury . Also , high . If tile dish heats , it should not be used plastic storage containers should be at least fl ) r nlicrowaving . partially uncovered because they flwin a tight If tile dish renlains cool and only tile seal . When cooking with containers tightly water in tile cup heats , then tile dish is covered with plastic wrap , renlove coveting I / licI'owave - saJ [ e . careflilly and direct steanl away ti'oin hands and tace . • If you use a nleat thernlon / eter while cooking , nlake sure it is sate fl ) r use in Plastic cookware - - Plastic cookware designed ii / icrowave ( ) veils . fl ) r nlicrowave cooking is very usefld , but should be used careflillv : Even nlicrowave - safe • Do not use recycled paper products . Recycled plastic n / ay not be as tolerant of overcooking paper towels , napkins and waxed paper can conditions as are glass or ceranlic n / aterials , contain n / etal flecks which nlav cause arcing and nlav soften or char if subjected to short or ignite . Paper products containing nylon or periods of overcooking . In hmger exposures nylon filan / ents should be avoided , as they to overcooking , tile fl ) od and cookware nlay also ignite . could ignite . • Use fl ) il only as directed in this inanual . When using fl ) il in tile nlicrowave ( ) veil , keep Follow these guidelines : tile flfil at least 1 inch away fronl tile sides of 1 Lrse n / icrowave - safl _ plastics only and use tile ( ) veil . then / in strict con / pliance with tile cookware Illan / l [ ; I ctuI'eI " S I'eCOIllI / / e ndatio ns . • Sonle sWI'Ofl ) aIn trays ( like those that nleat is packaged on ) have a thin strip of nletal 2 Do not nlicrowave enlpty containers . en / bedded in tile bottonl . When n / icrowaved , tile nletal can burn tile floor of tile oven or 3 Do not pernlit children to use plastic cookware without con / plete supervision . ignite a paper towel .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS It WARNING ! Xmproupseofthe grounding plug can result in a risk of electric shoeh . ( ; ROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS This appliance inust If the outlet is a standard 2 - prong wall outlet , be gi ' ( mnded . In tile it is vom " personal responsibility and obligation event of an electrical to have it replaced with a properly grounded short circuit , S - prong wall outlet . gi'oui _ dii _ g reduces [ ) o not tinder _ liiV cii'c / lii / st _ lnces C / l [ oi " i'eillove the risk of electric Ensurepropegr round the third ( ground ) pr ( mg ti'Oln the power cord . existsbeforeuse shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current . Do not rise an adapter plug with this appliance . Do not use an extension cord with this This appliance is equipped with a power cord having a grotmding wire with a grotmding plug . appliance . If the power cord is too short , The plug must be plugged into an outlet that have a qualified electrician or service is properly installed and grounded . technician install an outlet near the appliance . Consult a qualified electrician or selwice For best operation , plug this appliance into its technician if the groui _ ding insti uctions own electrical outlet to prevent flickering of are not COlnpletely understood , or if doubt lights , blowing of fllse or tripping of circuit breaker . exists as to whether the appliance is properly grounded . SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS I _ 7ller Panel Kits I _ ilter Kits OP77ONAL JX40WH - - X _ ' hite JX81H - - Recirculating Charcoal Filter Kit KITS Filter kits are used when tile inicrowa _ e oxen JX41 - - glack cannot be xented to tile outside . When replacing a 36 " range hood , filler panel kits fill in the additional width to provide a Available at extra cost fl'om your GE supplier , custoln built - in appearance . See the back cover fin " ordering by phone or at ge . coln . JXSIH For installation bet \ _ een cabinets only ; not tbr end - of cabinet installation , Each kit contains two 3 " - wide filler panels . JX40 , JX41
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Microwave Oven Features 77 . _ , . # , o , , t thi . _ , , _ . . , , . d . p _ . t . , , < . , . . 1 . pl , c . , . . , . , , _ . y _ , . , : v . / io . y _ o . , , , _ odd . @ | c _ © © © ] _ ( itlgH ¢ s Door Hm _ dle . Pull to open tile dooI : 6 Touchscreen Display , Press tile graphics Tile door must be se ( urel _ latched fl ) r on tile interactixe display to use tile oxen o / the fea ttu'es , tile microwaxe to operate . microwave 2 Door Latches . If tile Touchscreei _ is dark , press HOME or OUgfl tile To / lchscreeil , or opell tile door to access Whadow with Metal Shield . Screen alh ) ws 3 tile n _ enu . looking to be xiewed while keel ) in ( , • illicrowaxes COllt ] iled ill tile oxell . 7 Cooktop Light . 8 Grease Filters . Active Vent . Tile vent door swings open when tile tan operates and ( ' loses when tile 9 Removable Turntable . Ttu'ntable aim tan shuts ott . support must be in place when using the Shelf . I , ets you microwave several fl ) ods ; at oven . Tile turntable inav be relnoved for once . Food microwaxes best when placed cleaning . directly on tile tm'ntable . lO Side Stirrer . Helps cir ( ulate nficrowaves ( ) nix use tile shelf when reheating on inore throughout tile oven cavity for consistent than one lexel , Do not store the shelf inside heating aim defrosting . Do not remove tile o _ , ell caxitv . the cover from the side stirrer . NOTE : Rating plate is h ) cated on tile left front when tile door is ( ) pen . Oxen xent ( s ) and oxen light are h ) cated on tile inside walls of tile Illicrowax e ( ix , ei1 .
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EasyGuide F _ M ' enu System ; _ ' g , ( 70111 The easx _ to - use [ o / / chscYeeIl S _ , steII / It lets you select as ii / _ liiV oi " _ lS few Ol ) tioils as Using the autonmticallv leads xou throuoh each VO / i need for tile res / llts _ o / / V ( _ IIIt . Easy Guide ' _ ' step of tile cooking process . Menu System Example : Setting a timed coohing program _ ! _ Select COOK from tile touchscreen . Select TIME COOK from tile to / ichscYeeil , I _ ' lloa _ \ l I _ ° _ I'I _ ° " _ ' I I " ° _ ° ° ° _ _ III ENTER COOK TIME Enter tile cooking time @ using tile numbers on 3 : 30 tile touchscreen . Press ENTER when finished l - _ K77KT1 or CLEAR to erase the I - _ g77U - q1 tinle you entered . I - _ KTT SUMMARY Tile Smmnarv Screen X ' _ lien cooking is @ finished , remoxe tile will allow wm to add food frolI / tile o ' _ eil . 30 seconds to tile cooking program , or change the power level during cooking ( on some flmctions ) . Check to make sm'e tile time and power level are correct , and press START on tile to / lchsci'eell . START
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Honle Screen , _ ' 1 _ , ( 70 IIZ You can reach the Home Screen at anv time bv The Home Screen is the starting point fin _ b _ atures of the setting any cooking or defl'ost program , pressing the HOME pad below the touchscreen , Home Screen or fl ) r setting microwave options . If the touchscreen is dark , press HO : VIE or the COOK ! touchscreen to ( I € € € SS the menu . REHEAT EXPRESS OPTIONS ! Feature Description COOK Press to cook bv time , or by illici'owave seiisoF f ( ) od selection . See " Cooking Features . " REHFL _ T Press to choose fl'om a w _ riew of foods for reheating . See " Reheat Features . " DEFROST Press to defl'ost foods by time , weight or tood type . See " Defl'ost Features . " CUSTOM 1 mad Press fin " one - touch access to several of the oven's cooking flmctions . CUSTOM 2 Cooking flmctions can be customized using OPTIONS . OPTIONS Press to set microwave options and teatures . See " Microwave Options . " • Set the clock • Set the Auto Nite I , ight • Set a Reminder • Tm'n the tm'ntable on or off • Set the charcoal filter reminder • Set the beeper volmne • Set the custom flmctions available • Set options fin " the touchscreen on the Home Screen display • Set the timer 10
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( ; hanging the Power I , evel Variable Power The power level may be entered or changed POWER LEVEL immediately atter entering the feature time fin ' : Levels l - l 0 " Time Cook " Time Deti'ost " Express Cook * Reheating Pizza , Casserole or Rice Tile power level may also be changed dm'ing 1 tilne co { / lltdowll . 1 From tile Home Screen , select COOK , DEFROST or RIpH , EAT . From the ( ; ook Screen , select TIME COOK or EXPRESS . From tile Deti'ost Screen , select BY TIME . From the Reheat Screen , select PIZZA , CASSEROLE or RICE . CANCEL ENTER 3 Enter tile cooking or defl'osting time and press ENTER , or select a reheat tood t } pe . 4 On tile Summa _ T Screen , press POWER Here are SOl / / e exaI / / ples of rises for ' _ ; iriotls LEVEL . power levels : 5 Using tile arrow pads , select desired power level 1 - 10 . POWER LEVEL BEST USES 6 Press ENTER to enter the new power level High 10 Fish , bacon , or CANCEL to cancel your selection . vegetables , boiling liquids . Variable power levels add flexibility to your microwave cooking . The power levels on your Meal - High 7 Gentle cooking of l / / icrow ; lve ( ) veil CHII be coi / / p ; lred to tile meat and poultry ; surthce units on a range . Each power level baking casseroles gives you miciowave energy a certain percent and reheating . of the time . Power level 7 is microwave energy Medium 5 Slow cooking and 70 % of the time . Power level 3 is microwave tenderizing such as energy 30 % of the time . Most cooking will be stews and less tender done on High ( power level 10 ) which gives cuts of meat . you 100 % power . Low 3 Defi'osting without Power level 10 will cook thster but tood may cooking ; simmering ; need more h'equent stirring , rotating or delicate sauces . turning over . A lower setting will cook m ore evenly and need less stirring or rotating of _ ' \ . um 1 Keeping fi ) od warm tile ti ) od . without o \ ercooking ; sottening butter . Sollle [ ( ) ods lllav have better flavor , texture or appearance if one of tile lower settings is used . Use a lower power level when cooking toods that have a tendency to boil ovec such as scalloped potatoes . Rest periods ( when tile microwave energy cycles off ) give time for the tood to " equalize " or transfer heat to tile inside of the ti _ od . An example of this is shown with power level 3 - - tile det / " ost cycle . If microwave energy did not cycle oil tile outside of the / i ) od would cook be % re tile inside was defl'osted . 11
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Cooking Features The Cook Screen allows xou to choose fron / a k _ atures o / the xarietx of flmctions to microwaxe by time or COOK Screen with the sensor features . NOTE . " Do not use COOK the metal shelf when using the featm _ s found in Select bbod or Select Beverage . ! SFEOOLDECT II BESVEERLAEGECST ! TiME1 & C2 OOK ll DELAY ! Enter Press Option EXPRESS Amount of rooking time - - Starts immediately ! TIME COOK Amount of cooking time . SELECT FOOD More done / Less done Food type , fl ) od weight / quantity ( some fl ) od types ) SELECT BEVERAGES Beverage type - - Starts immediately ! SOFTEN Food type . MELT Food type , fl ) od weight . TIME COOK 1 & 2 Amomlt of cooking time and power level flw first and second cooking programs . DELAY Cooking or deti'osting _ unction and time of day to start . 12
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Cooking Features , _ ' ( _ , ( 0 I ? l Tinle Cook allows wm to i / licrowave for [ lliV 7 _ me Cook time up to 99 minutes and 99 seconds . I TIME COOK I Power level 10 ( High ) is autonmticallv set , but you may change it ti ) r more flexibiliw . 1 From the Home Screen , select COOK . 2 From tile Cook Screen , select TIME COOK . Enter tile cooking time using tile nmnbers on the touchscreen . Press ENTER when finished or CLEAR to erase the time wm entered . 4 From tile Summary Screen , select ADD 30 SEC if you wish to add 30 seconds to the cook time , or select POWER LEVEL if vou don't want flfll power . 5 Check to make sure tile time and power level are correct , and press START on tile touchscreen . You may open tile door dm'ing Time Cook to check the food . Close the door and press START to resmne cooking . 7 me Cook Time Cook 1 & 2 lets you change power levels automatically dm'ing cooking . l & 2 I 1 From the Home Screen , select COOK . 2 From tile Cook Screen , select TIME COOK 1 & 2 . Enter tile first cooking time using tile nmnbers on tile touchscreen . Press ENTER when finished or CLEAR to erase the time vou entered . Using tile arrow pads , select desired power level 1 - 10 fin " the first cooking time . Press ENTER to enter the new power level or CANCEL to cancel your selection . Enter tile second cooking time using tile nmnbers on tile touchscreen . Press ENTER when finished or CLFTa _ R to erase tile time you entered . Using tile arrow pads , select desired power level 1 - 10 fin " the second cooking time . Press ENTER to enter the new power level or CANCEL to cancel yore " selection . 7 Check to make sure tile time and power level are correct , and press START on the touchscreen , At tile end of Time Cook 1 , Time Cook 2 co / Ints down . 13
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( ; ( ) ( ) king Features Cooking Vegetable Amotmt Time Comments Guide . / br Asparagus 7 rne Cook ( fl - esh spea l - S ' ) 1 lb . 6 to 9 rain . , In 1 ½ - qt . oblong glass haking dish , pla _ e 1 / 4 tup ' _ atel . Med - t tigh ( 7 ) ( flozen spears ) 10 - oz package 5 to 7 rain . In l - qt . casserole . Bearls ( fresh green ) 1 lb . cut ill half 9 to 11 lnin . In 1V _ , - qtc . asserole , place 1 / 9 cup watel : ( frozen gl > en ) 10 - oz pm kage 6 to 8 rain . In l - qt . casserole , place 2 tablespoons watel : ( frozen lima ) 10 - oz pm kage 6 to 8 lnin . In l - qt . t asserole , place 1 / 4 cup watm : Beets ( fresh , whole ) 1 bunth 17 to 21 rain . In 2 - < it . t asserole , plate 1 ' 2 _ up water . Broccoli ( flesh < ut ) 1 / ) unt h ( 1 _ / _ to l _ lbs . ) 7 to l 0 lnin . hi 2 - qt . t asserole , plate 1 : 2 _ up water . ( fl - esh spears ) 1 / ) llllth ( 11A to 1 ½ lbs . ) 9 to 13 lllill . In 2 - qt . oblong glass baking dish , place 1 / 4 tup watch ( frozen , chopped ) 10 - oz pm kage . 5to 7 rain . In l - qt . t assel - ole . ( frozen spears ) 10 - oz pm kage 5 to 7 rain . In l - qt . t asserole , place 5 ; tablespoons wateL Cahbage ( fl - esh ) 1 lneditlln head ( a / ) otlt 2 lbs . ) 8 to 11 lnill , hi 1 ½ - or 2 - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup watch ( wedges ) 7 to 10 lnill , hi 2 - ov 3 - qt . t asserole , place 1 / 4 cup watel : Carrots ( fl - esh , sliced ) 1 lb . 7 to 9 rain . In 1V _ , - qtc . asserole , place 1 / 4 cup watel : ( frozen ) 10 - oz package 5 to 7 rain . hi l - qt . casserole , plate 2 tablespoons wateL Catfliflower ( flowevcts ) 1 llledit / ln head 9 to 14 lllill , hi 2 - qt . t assel - ole , place 1 / 2 cup watel : ( fresh , whole ) 1 llledit / ln head 10 to 17 mill . hi 2 - qt . t asserole , place 1 / 2 cup watel : ( t ] - ozen ) 10 - oz pm kage 5 to " 7lllin . 111l - qt . t asserole , place 2 tablespoons watel : Corn ( h - ozen kernel ) 10 - oz l ) a _ bge 5 to 7 rain . Ill l - qt . _ ssel - ole , l ) l _ t e 2 tablespoons w _ ltel - . Corn on the col ) ( hcsh ) 1 to . _ ) ( ' _ lS _ lto 4 rain . per car In 2 - qt . oblong glass baking dish , place COl - ll . If : COrll is ill husk , use no water : it COrll has been husked , add 1 / 4 cup watel ; Rearrange afler half of time . 1 ear 5 to 6 rain . ( h - ozen ) Place ill 2 - qt . oblong glass baking dish . 2 to 6 ears 3 to 4 rain . per ear Co ' _ er with " _ ented plastic wrap . Rearrange ariel - half of tilne . Mixed vegetahles ( frozen / 10 - oz package 5 to 7 rain . In l - qt . casserole , place 3 tablespoons water . Peas ( hesh , shelled ) 2 lbs . mlshelled 9 to 12 lnin . Ill l - qt . cassel - ole , place 1 / 4 cup watel . ( hozen ) 10 - oz package 5 to 7 rain . Ill l - qt . cassel - ole , place 2 tablespoons water . Potatoes ( fvesh , cubed , 4 potatoes 9 to 12 nlin . Peel and ct / t into 1 inch cubes . Place ill 2 - qt . white ) ( 6 to 80Z each ) casserole with 1 / 2 cup uatel - . Stir Mler half of tinle . ( fi - esh , whole , 1 ( 6 to S oz ) 3 to 4 rain . Pierce with cooking tol - k . Place ill center of the oxen . sweet Ol - white ) Let stand 5 minutes . Spinach ( h - esh ) 10 to 16 oz 5 to " 7rain . hi 2 - qt . casselole , place washed spinach . ( [ l - ozell , 10 - oz package 5 tO 7 mill . Ill 1 - qt . casserole , place 3 tablespoons watel . chopped and leaf ' ) Squash 1 lb . sliced 5 to 7 min . ( flesh , Sllllllllel hi 1 ½ - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup wateL and yellow ) 8 to 11 lnill . Cut ill half and remove tibl - OUSnlelnbl - anes . ( wint el ; { lCOl - ll , 1 to 2 squash buttenmt ) ( a / xmt 1 lb . each ) In 2 - qt . oblong glass baking dish , place squash cut - side - down . Tlll - ll cut - side - up afler 4 lnilltltes . 14
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( ; ( ) ( ) king Features This is a quick way to set cooking time fi'om EXPRESS Express Cook 30 seconds to 6 minutes . 1 From the Home Screen , select COOK . 2 From the Cook Screen , select EXPRESS . I 0 SEC 1 MIN I 3 Select the cooking time fi'om the 2 MIN I 3 MIN touchscreen . Tile oven sta _ s immediately . = I 4 MIN 5 MIN ! 6 MIN Soiile i / licrowave leattlFes are Sensoi " { Hnctions Humidi _ that detect tile increasii _ g humidiw released Sensor during cooking . Tile oven autolnatically a @ , sts tile cooking tilne to various types and an _ ounts of food . Covered When using Sensor { eatures , do not open tile oven door until tilne is coui _ ting down . If the door is opened , close it and press START immediately . Do not use tile Sensor Features twice in StlCCession oix tile S _ lllle ] [ 0od portion - - it Ill _ ly Vented result in severely overcooked or burnt food . If ti ) od is tmdercooked alter tile countdown , use TIME COOK ti ) r additional cooking tilne . If you wish to a ( ! iust tile cooking tilne , press LESS DONE or MORE DONE within tile first 30 seconds to reduce or add tilne . • Tile i ) roper contaii _ ers and covers are Dryoff ( lishesso they essential lot best sensor cooking . don'tmisleadt / 7esensor • Always rise Illicrowave - safe containei's and cover theln with lids or vented plastic wrap . Never use tight - sealing plastic covers - - they can i ) revent stealn ti'om escaping and cause food to overcook . • Be sure tile outside of tile cooking container and tile inside of tile inicrowave oven are dry beli ) re placing food in tile oven . Beads of inoisture turning into stealn can inislead tile sensor . Microwave Sensor Features • Ground meat • Popcorn • Fresh vegetables • Fish • Potato • Frozen vegetables • Rice • Chicken pieces • Canned vegetables 15
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The Select Food feature gives you easy , SELECT FOOD Microwavirzg automatic resuhs with a variety of foods by l'bod Type ( see the Cooking Guide below ) . 1 Place covered food in the oven . NZ ) TE : Do not use I PCHOICKPENCO1ll " [ RPFNROESHTATO PIECESIIVEGETABLES 2 From the Home Screen , select COOK . the metal shelf with i FROZEN II CANNED jkatures found in 3 From tile Cook Screen , choose SELECT VEGETABLES II VEGETABLES S ( @ ct b _ od . FOOD , I GROUND ] [ FiSH MEAT Select the food type fl'om the touchscreen , NOTE : Do not use You can find additional fi > od types by this fi _ ature twice in pressing MORE at the bottom of the PIZZA 1 [ RICE touchscreen , succession on the BACON EGGS same jbod / ) ortion - - 5 1 [ For Sensor features , the oven starts it may result in immediately atter selecting the fi ) od type , severely overcooked If food is undercooked after the cotmtdox _ n , 6 For non - sensor features , enter the use TIME COOK for additional cooking time , or bmwt jbod . description , weight or quantity . Press ENTER after each entry or CLEAR to erase the entry . Press START to begin cooking . Food Type Amount Comments Popcorn 3.0 to 3.5 ounce bag Follow package instructions , using Time Cook if the package is less than 3.0 ounces or larger than 3.5 ounces . Potato 8 - 32 oz . Pierce sldn with fork . Place potatoes on the turntable . Chicken Pieces 2 - 8 pieces ( ] _ > ver with vented plastic wrap . Fresh Vegetable 4 - 16 oz . Add 1 / 4 cup water per serving . Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Frozen Vegetable 4 - 16 oz , Follow package instructions tin " adding water . Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Cmmed Vegetable 4 - 16 oz . Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Ground Meat 1 / 2 to 2 lbs . Do not cover dish ; drain and stir at signal , Fish 4 - 16 oz , Cover with vented plastic wrap . Frozen Pizza 4 - 16 oz . Rice 1 / 2 to 2 cups For long - cooking rice ( not instant rice ) , fhllow package instructions for addition of water . Use lalge dish ; cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Bacon 1 to 10 slices laver slices in paper towels on a plate , 4 slices per layer with paper towel between and one on top , Eggs 1 to 12 eggs Place eggs in measuring cup o * bowl . Stir after 1 / 2 time . 1 { 5
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To add time : Use only with prepackaged microwave popcorn Microwaving weighing 3.0 to 3.5 ounces . Alter pressing POPCORN , press MORE DONE P @ corn within the first 30 seconds alter the oven starts 1 Follow package instructions , using Time for an extra 20 seconds of cooking time . Press Cook if the package is less than 3.0 ounces NZ ) TE : Do not use MORE DONE again to add another 10 seconds or larger than 3.5 otmces . Place the package the metal shdf ( total of 30 seconds additional time ) . of popcorn in the center of the microwave . when microwaving 2 From the Home Screen , select COOK . To subtract time : popcorr , . 3 From the Cook Screen , choose SELECT Alter pressing POPCORN , press LESS DONE FOOD , within the first 30 seconds after the oven starts NOTE : Do not use for 20 seconds less cooking time . Press LESS 4 Select POPCORN fl'om the touchscreen . this fi < ature twice in DONE again to reduce cooking time another succession on the The oven starts immediately . 10 seconds ( total of 30 seconds less time ) . same jbod portior _ - - Do not open the oven door until time is it may result in counting down . If the door is opened , close it and press START immediately . severely overcooked or bmwt jbod . If food is undercooked after the cotmtdown , use TIME COOK tor additional cooking time . If v ( m find that the brand of popcorn you use underpops or overpops consistentl > you can add or subtract 20 - 30 seconds to the automatic popping time . The Select Bever'we feature allows _ ou t ( > heat Microwaving by SELECT BEVERAGE a cup of coftee or other bex eraoe Beverage 75 , ; ! ) e Drinks heated with the Beverage feature may COFFEE WATER be very hot . Remove the container with care . NOTE : Do not use 1 From the Home Screen , select COOK . the metal shdf TEA MILK when microwavir4g 2 From the Cook Screen , press SELECT BEVERAGE . beveraws . 3 Select the beverage type fl'om the NOTE : Do not use CHOCOLATE I HOT touchscreen . The oven starts immediately . this fi < ature twice in Do not ( > pen the oven door . If the door is succession on the opened , close it and press START immediately . same jbod portion - - If % od is undercooked after the cotmtdown , it may result in use TIME COOK fi > r additional cooking time , severely overcooked or burnt jbod . 17
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Cooking Features ? _ ' ( _ , ( 0111 The Soften feature allows you to soften without Using the SOFTEN melting fl'ozen or refl'igerated toods . Soften k ature Unwrap butter or cream cheese and place on plate . 1 / 2 STICK ] l 1 STICK Make sure that ti ) il covers are removed fl'om fl'osting or ice cream and place the container it BUTTER BUTTER _ in the oven . 2 STICKS 1 CAN BUTTER ] I FROSTING 1 From the Home Screen , select COOK . 2 From the Cook Screen , press SOl , TEN . CHEESE 30Z ] 1 CHEESE 80Z 3 Select the food type fl'om the touchscreen . I CREAM CREAM I 4 Check to make sm'e the time is correct , and 1 PINT 1 QUART press START on the touchscreen . The Melt teatm'e allows wm to melt fi > ods Using the MELT fl > r cooking . Melt P ) ? ature 1 Place the unwrapped item into bowl . The Chocolate melting feature is tor III ) to 16 oz . of chocolate morsels ( chips ) . 2 From the Home Screen , select COOK . I BUTTER BUTTER I 2 STICKS CHOCOLATE 1 [ 3 From the Cook Screen , press MELT . 4 Select the food type ti'om the touchscreen . MALLOW CARAMEL ! 5 For all tood types except gutte _ ; enter the tood weight and press ENTER . Press CLEAR if you want to clear your previous entry , or CHEESE press BACK to return to the previous screen . 6 Check to make sure the time is correct , and press START on the touchscreen . 7 Afier removing fl > od fl'om the oven , stir well to complete the melting process . The Delay feature allows wm to set the How to Delay microwave to delay the start times tot Time DELAY the Start of Cook , Time Cook 1 & 9 and Time Defrost , Coohing ti ) r up to 24 hours . 1 From the Home Screen , select COOK . 5 Select the cooking or defl'osting teature you wish to delay , then set the cooking or 2 From the Cook Screen , press DELAY . deli'osting program . 3 Enter the time you want the oven to start . 6 Check to make sure the Delay time is correct , ( Be sm'e the microwave clock shows the and press START on the touchscreen . correct time of day : ) Press ENTER when finished or CLF & R to erase the time wm The start time will be displayed and will entered . remain until the oven automatically starts at the delayed time . 4 Select AM or PM . Press ENTER when finished or BACK to enter a new time . 18
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Reheating Features The Reheat Screen allows you to reheat sim , le Some Foods Not Recommended For Use ] ' _ ( it _ Tes 4 With Reheat : servinos _ of prexiousl ) cooked foods or a plate the I _ 2HEA T of leflox ers . It is best to use Time Cook for these toods : SCY ( ¢ eTI • Bread products . NOTE . " Do not use • Foods that Inust be reheated uncovered . the metal shelf • Foods that need to be stirred or rotated . when _ heating • Foods calling lot a dry look or crisp surthce pasta , vegetables , atter reheating . beverages , soup or a plate of REHEAT lej ¢ { OT } Ul _ . NOTE . " Do not use Sensor Reheating featm _ s twice in succession on the same food po _ ion - - it may _ sult in severely ove _ oohed iv , , llc , , ! or burnt food . RICE SOUP Press Enter Option Comments PLATE Starts immediately ! More done / Cover with lid or vented I , ess done plastic wrap . BEVERAGE Beverage type - - Use wide inouth mug . Starts ilmnediatelv ! PIZZA , l _ t slices Type of ClUSt and Do not cover . immber of slices Cover with lid or vented PASTA , 8 - 12 oz . Starts immediately ! More done / I , ess done plastic wrap . Cover with lid or vented VFGETABLE , 1 / 2 - 2 cups Starts iululediatelv ' . More done / I , ess done plastic wrap . Cover with lid or vented CASSEROLE , 1 - 4 cups Food amotmt plastic wrap . Cover with lid or vented RICE , 1 / 2 - 5 cups Food amouI _ t plastic wrap . Cover with lid or vented SOUP , 8 - 24 oz . Starts iu _ mediatelv ! More done / I , ess done plastic wrap . 19
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Reheating Features , _ ' g , ( 70 7 ! 2 1 From the Home Screen , select REHF2 _ T . ( ] oT : zT ) gT : zdgfzcg Convenience reheating tbatures microwave according to ti _ od type , quantity and weight . 2 From the Reheat Screen , select the fl ) od type . P eheatirzg Use the convenience reheating teatures Features 3 Depending on fl ) od type , enter the fl ) od to reheat : description , weight or quantity . Press , Pizza ENTER aiter each ent W or CLILAR to erase , Casserole the entry . , Rice Check to make sm'e the time and power level are correct , and press START on the touchscreen . After removing food from the oven , stir , if possible , to even out the temperature . If food is not hot enough , use Time Cook to reheat for more time . Reheated foods may have wide variations in temperature . Some areas may be extremely hot . 1 From the Home Screen , select REHEAT . Se ; vgSO ) " Sensor reheating teatures detect the increasing hmnidity released during cooking and 2 From the Reheat Screen , select PLATE , Reheating automatically at ! just the cooking time to PASTA , VEGETABLE , BENERAGE or SOUP . Features various types and aI / lOtllltS of f ( ) o ( l . For PASTA , VEGETABLE , PLATE and Use the sensor reheating leatures to reheat : SOUP , the oven starts immediately after NOTE : Do not use , Plate of leftovers selecting the fi _ od t } pe . If wm wish to at ! just the metal shelf whe , _ " Beverages the cooking time , press LESS DONE or Sens or reheating . MORE DONE within the first 30 seconds " Soup to reduce or add time . " Pasta NOTE : Do not use 4 For BEVERAGE , select the beverage type . " Vegetable this fbature twice in The oven starts immediately . succession oft the The oven signals when steam is sensed and the same fbod portior _ - - time remaining begins cotmting down . Turn or it may _ vsult in stir the food if necessar > severely overcooked Do not open the oven door until time is or burnt jbod . counting down . If the door is opened , close it and press START immediatel > After removing food from the oven , stir , if possible , to even out the temperature . Reheated foods may have wide variations in temperature . Some areas may be extremely hot . If food is not hot enough after the countdown time , use Time Cook to reheat for more time . 2O
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Deflosting Features Tile Defrost Sci'eell allows xou to choose P _ ( lt ! lres o [ froln a xariety of flulctions to defrost bx time , the DEFROST by weight or b ) food type . _ ( ' T ( ? eTI DEFROST ! o ooIIo , ' ooo , c , DELAY ] Press Enter BY TIME Alnount of cooking time BY WEIGHT Food weight BY FOOD Food type , tood weight Starts inlnlediatelv ! 1 LB . QUICK DEFROST SOFTEN Food type MELT Food type , tood weight DELAY Cooking or defl'osting flmction and tilne of day to start . 21
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Detrosting Features Allows you to defrost ti ) r a selected length of time . See the Det / " osting Guide for I BY TiME I suggested times . 1 From the Home Screen , select DEFROST . Defrosting Tips 2 From the Deli'ost Screen , select BY TIME . " Foods fi'ozen ill paper or plastic can be 3 Enter the defl'osting time using the numbers deti'osted in the package . Closed packages on the touchscreen . Press ENTER when should be slit , pierced or vented AFTER finished or CLEAR to erase the time you tood has partially deti'osted . Plastic storage entered . containers should be partially uncovered . 4 Check to make sure the time and power " Family - size , prepackaged ti'ozen dinners can level are correct , and press START on the be defi'osted and microwave & If the tood is totlchscreen , in a tbil containe _ , transter it to a microwave - For best results , turn ti ) od over after half tile sate dish . time and break apart or rearrange pieces tor " For more even defl'osting of larger toods , more even det / " osting . Shield ally warm areas such as roasts , use Auto Deti'ost . Be sure with small pieces of foil . large meats are c ( ) mpletely det / " osted betore Power level is auton / atically set at 3 , but can be cooking . changed . You can defrost small items quickly by . Foods that spoil easily should not be allowed raising the power level atter entering the time . to sit out tor more than one hour Mter Power level 7 cuts the total deti'osting time in deii'osting . I _ o ( ) m temperature promotes about half ; power level 10 cuts the total time the growth of lmrmful bacteria . to approximately 1 / 3 . Howevec ti } od will need more frequent attention than usual . . When defrosted , ti ) od should be cool but sottened in all areas . If still slightly icy , return A dull thumping noise may be beard during to the microwave very briefly , or let it stand defrosting . This is normal when oven is not a few minutes . operating at High power . 22
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Detrosting Features Dql % sting Food Time Comments Guide Breads , Cakes . / or 7 me Bread , buns or rolls ( 1 piece ) 1 rain . Defivst Sweet rolls ( approx . 12 oz ) 3 to 5 rain . Nsh and Seafood ] billets , frozen ( 1 lb . ) 6 to 8 rain . Shellfish , small pieces ( 1 lb . ) 5 to 7 rain . Plzice bh ) rk in casserole . Turn o ; vr and break up after half the time . Fruit 24to 6 rain . Plastic pouch - 1 to 2 ( 1 0 - oz package ) Meat 2 to 5 rain . Bacon ( 1 lb . ) Place mlopened package in o ; vn . Let stand 5 minutes after deti'osting . 2 to 5 rain . Franks ( 1 lb . ) Place unopened package in oven . Microwave just tmtil ti'anks can be separated . Let stand 5 minutes , if necessary , to complete det / " osting . 5 to 7 rain . Turn meat over after half the time . Ground meat ( 1 lb . ) 12 to 16 min . Roast : beef , lmnb , veal , pork Use power level 1 . per lb . 5 to 7 rain . Steaks , chops and cutlets Place mlwmpped meat in cooldng dish . Tm'n o ; vr a / ter half the fii - ne per lb . and shiekl wzmn areas with fi ) il . When finished , separate pieces and let stand to complete deti'osting . Poultry 15 to 19 rain . Chicken , broiler - fryer Place wrapped chicken in dish . cut up ( 2 ½ to 3 lbs . ) IJnwrap and turn over ariel " half the time . When finished , separate pieces and microwave 2 to 4 minutes more , if necessary . Let stand to finish de / i'osting . 17 to 21 min . Chicken , whole Place wIapped chicken in dish . ( 2 ½ to 3 lbs . ) _ Mter half the time , tmwrap and tm'n chicken o ; vx _ Shield wam _ areas with % il . Finish det _ ' osting . If necessary , run rokl w _ lter in the cavity mlfil giblets can be removed . Cornish hen 7 to 13 min . Place mlwrapped hen in the o ; en per lb . breast - side - up . Ttml over after half the time . Rtm cool water in the cavit } tmtil giblets can be removed . 5 to 9 min . Turkey breast ( 4 to 6 lbs . ) Place unwrapped breast ill dish breast - side - down . _ Mter halt the per lb . time , ttlI'lx ( ) ; : el " alld shiekl warm areas with toil . Finish de / i'osfing . Let stnnd 1 to 2 bom _ in refl'igemtor to complete dei / " osting . 23
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Detrosting Features , _ ' g , ( 70 7 ! 7 Defi'osting by Weight automatically sets the defrosting times and power levels to give even I BY WEIGHT defrosting results tor meats , poultry and fish weighing up to six pounds . 1 From the Home Screen , select DEFROST . Conversion Guide 2 From the Defrost Screen , select If tile _ eight of food is stated in pounds and BY WEIGHT . ollnces , the ollnces I / ltlst be COllverted to tenths ( 0.1 ) of a pound . 3 Using the Conversion Guide at right , enter the fl ) od weight using the numbers on the Weight of Food Enter Food Weight touchscreen . For example , press 1 and 2 in Ounces ( tenths of a pound ) for 1.2 pounds ( 1 pound , 3 ounces ) . Press ENTER when finished or CLEAR to erase 11.1 1 - 2 the weight you entered . 3 ( 1.2 4 Check to make sm'e the time is correct , and 4 - 5 ( / . 3 press START on the touchscreen . 6 - 7 ( / . 4 " Remo \ e meat fl'om package and place on microwave - satb dish . 8 0.5 , If the oven signals " TURN FOOD OVER , " 9 - 10 ( ) . 6 turn the _ bod over and break apart or 11 0.7 rearrange pieces tin " more even defl'osting . Shiekl any warm areas with small pieces of 12 - 13 0.8 fi ) il . The oven will continue to defi'ost if you 14 - 15 0.9 don't open the door and turn the food . " After defrosting , most meats need to stand 5 minutes to complete deti'osting . I , arge roasts should stand for about 30 minutes . 1 I , b . Quick Defrost autonmticallv sets the 1 Lb . Quick defl'osting tilnes and power levels for foods DEFROST DCmst I 1 LBQUICK weighing one poulad . • Renlove ineat ti'oln package and place on a Inicrowave - safe dish . 1 Froln the Holne Screen , select DEFROST . 2 Froln the Defrost Screen , select 1 LB QUICK DEFROST . The oxen starts inunediatelx . 24
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Deirosting Features _ ' g , ( 70 7 ! 7 Defl'osting by Food allows you to speciI } ' tile DEFROST BY FOOD fl ) od you are defrosting and automatically sets tile defl'osting times and power levels to give BREAD II MEAT even deti'osting results tor that type of fl ) od . 1 From tile Home Screen , select DEFROST . ! GROUND _ ROAST CHOPS 2 From tile Defrost Screen , select BY FOOD . II STEAKS OR 3 Select tile food type fl'om tile touchscreen . 4 Using tile Conversion Guide at right , enter II SEAFOOD tile tood weight using tile numbers on tile tonchscreen . For example , press 1 and 2 for Ii POULTRY FISH ° R Ii 1.2 pounds ( 1 ptmnd , 3 ounces ) . Press SAUSAGE HOTDOG ° RII BACON ENTER when finished . Press CLEAR to erase the weight you entered or BACK to select a diHerent fl ) od type . Conversion Guide 5 Check to make sure the fl ) od type and time If tile weight of food is stated in pounds and are correct , and press START on the ounces , tile otlnces I / l [ Ist be COllverted to to / lchscreell . tenths ( 0.1 ) of a pound . " Retool e meat from package and place on n / icro _ < / ve - safe dish . Weight of Food Enter Food Weight in Ounces ( tenths of a pound ) " If tile oven signals " TUI _ N F ( ) OD OVER , " turn tile fl ) od over and break apart or 1 - 2 0 1 rearrange pieces fl ) r more even deti'osting . 3 0.2 Shield any warm areas with small pieces of hill . Tile { wen will continue to del / " ost if yon 4 - 5 03 don't open tile door and turn tile food . 6 - 7 0.4 " After defrosting , most meats need to stand 8 0.5 5 minutes to complete deti'osting . I , arge roasts should stand for about 30 minutes . 9 - 10 0.6 11 0.7 0.8 12 - 13 14 - 15 0.9 25
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Detrosting Features , _ ' g , ( 70 7 ! 7 Tile Soften feature allows you to soften without Using the SOFTEN melting fi'ozen or refi'igerated fl _ ods . So / > r _ Unwrap butter or cream cheese and place f ) , ature on plate . 1 / 2 STICK II 1 STICK Make sure that flfil covers are removed fl'om ! BUTTER II FROSTING BUTTEIRI BUTTE ! R ! fl'osting or ice cream and place the container ill OVell . ! _ STC , KSII _ CAH 1 From the Home Screen , select DEFROST . ! CREAMII CREAM ! 2 From tile Cook Screen , press SOFTEN . ! CREE _ OSEZIICREESOE , , , 3 Select tile food type fl'om tile touchscreen . 4 Check to make sure tile time is correct , and II . I PINTJl 10UART press START on the touchscreen . Tile Melt feature allows vou to Inelt fl _ ods Using the MELT tot cooking . Melt P ) ? ature 1 Place the ui _ wrapped iteln into bowl . Tile Chocolate n _ elting ligature is for up to 16 oz . of chocolate inorsels ( chips ) . 2 Froln the Home Screen , select DEFROST I BUTTER BUTTER I 2 STICKS 3 Froln tile Defl'ost Screen , press MELT . 4 Select tile food type froln tile touchscreen . MALLOW CARAMEL 5 For all food types except gutteI ; enter tile tood weight and press ENTER . Press CLFAR CHEESE if you want to clear your previous eimy ; or press BACK to return to tile previous screen . 6 Check to inake sure tile tilne is correct , and press START on tile touchscreen . 7 After ren _ oving food froln tile oven , stir well to complete the n / elting process , 26
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Detrosting Features _ ' g , ( 70 7 ! 7 The Delay fbature allows you to set tile How to Delay microwave to delay tile start time flw Time DELAY the Start of ! I Cook , Time Cook 1 & 2 , and Time Defi'ost , DefYvsting fl ) r up to 24 horn's . 1 From the Home Screen , select DEFROST . 2 From tile Defrost Screen , select DELAY . Enter tile time you want tile oven to starL 3 ( Be sure the microwave clock shows tile correct time of da > ) Press ENTER when finished or CLFAR to erase the time you entered . 4 Select AM or PM , Press ENTER when finished or BACK to enter a ne _ , _ time . 5 Select tile cooking or defl'osting tbature you wish to delay , then set the cooking or defl'osting program . 6 Check to make sure the Delay time is correct , and press START on the [ O / lchscreell . Tile start time will be displa ) ed and _ ill remain until the oven automaticall ) sta * _ s at tile dela } ed time . 27
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Microwave Options k _ atures The Options Screen allows you to : • Set the dock • Turn the turntable on or off ( the • Set a countdown timer OPTIONS • Change the microwave features controlled bv the Custom 1 and Custom 2 features • Set a Renfinder time S ( * F ( ? efg • Set a reminder to change the charcoal filter • Set the time for the Auto Nite I , ight to COllle oi1 aIld go o _ • Change display options • Change the Beeper volmne OPTIONS REMINDER OPTIONS NITE LITE II v II 0L ! CUSTOM 1 CUSTOM 2 11 I oo ! ° ] Press Enter Option SET CLOCK Time of day ; AM / PM TIMER Com _ tdown time REMINDER Reminder time , _ dVI / PM AUTO NITE LITE ON time , AM / PM OFF time , AM / PM BEEPER VOLUME I , O _ , \ \ NORMAl . I , OUD , MUTE TURNTABLE ON , OFF EDIT CUSTOM 1 , Microwave program EDIT CUSTOM 2 FILTER REMINDER Reset reminder time DISPLAY OPTIONS • Clock display ON / OFF • Display contrast 1 - 5 28
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Microwave Options Select SET CLOCK Dora the Options Screen Setting the to set the time of day . ( ; lock I SET CLOCK I 1 From the Home Screen , select OPTIONS . 2 From the Options Screen , select SET CLOCK . 3 Using the numbers on the touchscreen , enter the time of day . Press ENTER when finished or CLEAR to erase the time you entered . 4 Select AM or PM ti'om the touchscreen . Press ENTER when finished or BACK to enter a new time . Timer operates as a minute timer and can Setting the be used at any time , even when the oven 7 mer I TIMER I is operating . 1 From the Home Screen , select OPTIONS . To cancel the timer , press TIMER OFF . 2 From the Options Screen , select TIMER . When time is up , the oven will signal . To turn 3 Using the numbers on the touchscreen , ott the timer signal , press TIMER OFF . enter tillle VO / l want to coHn [ down . Press ENTER when finished or CLF & R to erase NOTE : If tile timer is operating while the time you entered . microwaving , press DISPLAY TIMER or DISPLAY COOK TIME to view the time 4 Press START . remaining on the timer or cooking program . The Relninder feature can be used like an Setting the alarln clock , and can be used at any tilne , even Pu ? minder I REMINDER I when the oven is operating . The ] / en / inder tilne can be set up to 24 hours later . 1 Froln the Holne Screen , select OPTIONS . 5 If the tilne shown is correct , press ENTER . 2 Froln the Options Screen , select When I _ enfinder signal occurs , press OK to REMINDER . turI _ it of . Using the immbers on the touchscreen , NOTE : The REM indicator will remain lit to enter the tilne you want the oven to ren / ind show that the I / endnder is set . you ( be sure the inicrowave clock shows the correct tilne of day ) . Press ENTER when finished or CLEAR to erase the tilne you entered . 4 Select AM or PM fl'Oln the touchscreen . Press ENTER when finished or BACK to enter a new tillle . 29
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Microwave Options ; _ ' ( ¢ , CO 7 ! 7 The Auto Nite Light can be set to come on Setting the and oo off at desired times . Auto Nite NITE LifE I AUTO I To set the timer : Light 1 From tile Home Screen , select OPTIONS . 6 Using tlle nmnbers on the touchscreen , 2 From tile Options Screen , select AUTO enter the time of day { or tile light to go off . NITE LITE . Press ENTER when finished or CLEAR to erase tile time you entered . 3 Tlle display will show tlle previous time tbr 7 Select AM or PM Kom tile touchscieen . which the Auto Nite Light was set . If you Press ENTER when finished or BACK to wish to use that time , press ENTER . To set enter a new ti / / / e . a new time , press CHANGE TIME . 4 If entering a new time , using the numbers 8 The display will show the time for which the on tile touchscreen , enter the time of day Auto Nite Light was set . If you wish to use fi ) r tile light to come on . ( Be sm'e tlle that time , press ENTER . To set a new time , microwave clock shows the correct time press CHANGE TIME and repeat the of clay ) . Press ENTER when finished or previous steps . CLEAR to erase the time you entered . Press AUTO NITE LITE to turlx the light on 5 Select AM or PM from tile touchscreen . or off and press ENTER . ] if set to ON , tlle light Press ENTER when finished or BACK to will come on and go off at tlle times set . enter a new time . NOTE : The NITE indicator will remain lit to show that the Auto Nite Light is set . Tlle beeper sound level can be ac ! justed . Changing 1 From the Home Screen , select OPTIONS . VOLUME the Beeper I BEEPER I Volume 2 From the Options Screen , select BEEPER VOLUME . 3 Using tile arrows on tile touchscreen , select a vo ] itlI / / e _ ] ' oI / / l / / tlte to lotld 4 Press ENTER when done or CANCEL to kee I ) tile current volume . Turntable For best cooking results , leave the turntable on . ] it can be turned off for lar _ * e dishes . On / Oil I TURNTABLE I 1 From the Home Screen , select OPTIONS . 2 From the Options Screen , select Sollletillles the turntable Call become too hot TURNTABLE . to touch . 3 Press TURNTABLE to tm'n the tm'ntable Be careful touching the turntable ( hu'ing and OIX or ( ) ill alier cooking . 4 Press ENTER to save or CANCEL to cancel VO / lr selection . 3O
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Microwave Options The CUSTOM 1 and CUSTOM 2 pads on Chancing the Home Screen can be changed to activate the Custom CUSTOM 1 CUSTOM 2 I = ll several diflbrent microwave programs for a m s one touch recall . 1 From the Home Screen , select OPTIONS . The CUSTOM 1 and CUSTOM 2 pads on the Home Screen will show the programs From the Options Screen , select EDIT you selected Ii } r one - touch recall . CUSTOM 1 if you want to change the selection fl ) r CUSTOM 1 . Select EDIT CUSTOM 2 if you want to change the selection fiw CUSTOM 2 . Select a cooking or time feature ti'om the touchscreen . You can find additional fl _ atures by pressing MORE at the bottom of the touchscreen . The Charcoal Filter Reminder is a 180 - day Setting the timer to remind you when to change the Chareoal REMINDER I FILTER l charcoal filter . FiRer 1 From the Home Screen , select OPTIONS . Reminder 4 To turn the remilxder on or oil press 2 From the Options Screen , select FILTER the FILTER REMINDER button ( six the REMINDER . toilchscreeix , The display will show the immber of days 5 Press ENTER to save or press BACK to remaildlXg until the remilxder signals . retllrix to the l ) revio / Is screen , To set the remilxder back to 180 days , If the Filter Relnilxder is turned ON , the press RESET , then press ENTER . microwave will signal at the end of the To tm'n the relninder on or off without countdown to change the charcoal filter . chalxging the COUlxtdown tilne , simI _ ly press ENTER . To cancel your entry and rett ] rlx to the Options Screen , press CANCEL . 31
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Microwave Options Changing tile Display Options allows you to Changing turn the clock display on or off , change tlle OPTIONS the Di @ lay I DISPLAY color contrast of the touchscreen display or Options change fl'om standard to metric measurements on the display . 1 From the Home Screen , select OPTIONS . 2 From tile Options Screen , select DISPLAY OPTIONS . 3 To turn the clock display on or off , press CLOCK on the touchscreen . To change the color contrast of the display , press CONTRAST until tile screen shows tile contI'ast vo / I want , 4 Press ENTER to save yore " settings or CANCEL to cancel xour settin , s 32
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Other Features , _ ' ( ? , C01 ! _ Automatic An automatic fan feature protects tile If vou have tin'ned tile tim on , you mav find that yon cannot turn it off . Tile tim will microwave fi'om too much heat rising fl'om Fan the cooktop below it . It automatically turns automatically turn off when tile internal parts on if it senses too much heat . are cool , It IIIAV stay Oil ] _ ( ) r _ 40 IllinHtes or I / lore after tile cooktop and microwave controls are turned off . Nmt Fan The vent [ _ | ll rellloves steaI / / and other x : q ) Ol _ fl'om surfi _ ce cooking . Press VENT once flw high iim speed , twice fin . O Q medium tim speed , a third time tor low tim speed or a flmrth time to turn tile fhn off . VENT BOOST Press tlle BOOST pad flw extra ihn speed . Press LIGHT once fin " bright light , twice fin . the night light or three times to turn the light off . Q LIGHT Pressing OFF while on tile Home Screen will off put tile touchscreen display into standby mode , and the display will be dark . Press the touchscreen or HOME , or open the door to " wake up " the display : Pressing OFF while cooking will cancel the current program and returns tile display to the Home Screen . NOTE : Pressing OFF does not disconnect the appliance from the power supply . Child You may lock tile control panel to prevent tile microwave fl'om being accidentally started or Lochout used by children . To lock or tmlock tile controls , press and hold OFF fl ) r about three seconds . When the control panel is locked , CONTROL IS LOCKED will be displayed . 33
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Help Features ; _ ' ( ¢ , ( 0 7 ! 7 About Pressing HELP fl'om the Home Screen allows SELECT HELP FUNCTION you to locate tbatm'e infl ) rmation and helpiul the Hel t ) hints . _ ¢ f * el " pressing HELP : f ) , ature , Press PRODUCT DETAILS to find DETAILS UHELPRE 1 PRODUCT H FEAT ! infln'mation concerning yore " model and serial nmnber . GUIDE ESHOOTER SAFETY 1 [ TROUBL ! " Press FEATURE HELP to find help locating illtOrI / l _ ltiOll Oll micro , # ave featllres . OVERVIEW SPACEMAKER 2,0 ! " Press SAFETY GUIDE to find help locating nlicrovvave satet * illforlllatioll , " Press TROUBLESHOOTER to find troubleshooting tips flw common microwave problems . , Press SPACEMAKER 2,0 OVERVIEW to find an overview of the features of your microwave . Pressing tile HELP pad while on any screen other than the Home Screen allows wm to find additional inflwmation on / eatures flmnd on that screen . Press HELP , then touch any pad on the Touch Screen fl ) r an explanation of that teature . To locate Troubleshooting Tips for common Using the i / licrowa ' , e problelllS : Trouble s hooto 1 Press the HELP button fl'om the Home Screen , 2 Select TROUBLESHOOTER fl'om the to / ichscreen , 3 Select the problem description fl'om the list on the touchscreen . You can find additional problems by pressing MORE at the bottom of the touchscreen , or press BACK to return to the i ) revio / is screen . . 4
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Other Features g ' ( ? , ( 70 / / Z Food microwaves best when placed on tile Shelf turntable or on the shelf in the lower position . Only use tile shelf when reheating on more than one level . Do not store the shelf inside the oven cavity . Forbestresa / ts , Make sure the shelf is positioned properly inside the microwave to prevent damage to the oven , q'om arcing . , Do Ilot rise a microwave browning dish on the shelf . Tile shelf could overheat . " Do not use tile oven with tile shelf on tile microwave floor . This could damage tile l / / icl'owave . " Llse pot holders when handling tile shell _ it may be hot . , Do slot rise tile shelf when cooking popcorn . Ul ? evel ? rese / ts " Do not use the shelf with Sensor Cooking or Reheat . 24everleheating To reheat on 2 levels OR To reheat on 3 levels : Shelf and To reheat 2 dishes on the lower level : 1 TuI'n tile turntable ott . Pu ? heating 1 Multiply reheat tilne bv 1 - 1 / 2 . 2 Double tile reheating tilne . 2 Switch places after 1 / 2 the tilne . 3 Switch places twice and give the dishes a 1 / 2 turn during reheating . ( Place dense toods , or those that require a longer cook tilne , on the upper shelf first . ) Switch places after1 / 2time Switchplacestwice Switcl7placesafter1 / 2time 35
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Microwave Terms WelPm Definition Arcing Arcing is tile microwave tel'm fl ) r sparks ill tile ( ) veil . Arcing is caused by : " tile metal shelf being installed incorrectly and touching tile microwave walls . " metal or fl ) il touching tile side of tile oven . , fl ) il that is not molded to fl ) od ( upturned edges act like antennas ) . " metal such as twist - ties , poultry pins , gold - rimmed dishes . " recycled paper towels containing small metal pieces . Covering Covers hokl in moisture , allow for more even heating and reduce cooking time . Venting plastic wrap or covering with wax paper allows excess steam to escape . Shielding Ill a regular oven , you shield chicken breasts or baked fl ) ods to prevent ove > browning . When microwaving , you use small strips of flfil to shield thin parts , such as tile tips of wings and legs on poultry , which would cook beflwe larger parts . Standing Time When you cook with regular 55 \ ells , fl / ods such as * ' ( lasts or cakes are allowed to stand to finish cooking or to set . Standing time is especially important ill microwave cooking . Note that a microwaved cake is slot placed on a cooling rack . Venting After covering a dish with plastic wrap , you vent tile plastic wrap by tHrlling back one corner so excess steilI / / Cilll escnpe . 36
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re and ( ; leaning An occasional thorough , wilring , with a solution Hell ) / ul of baking soda and water keeps the inside fl'esh . Hints Be certain the oven control is turned off before clemfing may part of this oven . m Hozo to Walls , Floor , Inside Window , Metal and Plastic Parts on the Door Clean the Inside Some spatte _ can be removed with a paper towel ; othe _ may require a damp cloth . Remove greasy spatters with a sudsy cloth , then rinse with a damp cloth . Do not use abrasive cleaners or sharp utensils on oven walls . Never use a commercial oven cleaner on any part of your microwave . Removable Turntable and Turntable Support To prevent breakage , do not place the turntable into water just after cooking . Wash it careflflly in warm , sudsy water or in the dishwasher . The turntable and support can be broken if dropped . Remember , do not operate the oven without the turntable and support in place . She / f Clean with mild soap and water or in the dishwasher . Do not clean in a self - cleaning oxen . . [
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re and ( ; leaning g ' ( _ , ( 70 771 We recommend against using " cleaners with Hell ) / ul ammonia or alcohol , as the ) , can damage the Hints appearance of the microwave oven . If you choose to use a common household eleaneg first apply the cleaner dire ¢ qly to a clean cloth , then wipe the soiled area . Case CleanSteel Clean the outside of the microwave with a Use a clean , soft , light and lightly dampened sudsy cloth . Rinse and then dry . Wipe the cloth , then dry thoroughly . Do not use window clean with a damp cloth . appliance wax , polish , bleach or products containing any chemical agent on the Control Panel CleanSteel surtaces . X _ ] pe with a damp cloth . Dry thoroughly . Do Plastic Color Panels not use cleaning sprays , large amounts of soap and water ; abrasives or sharp objects on the Use a clean , soil lightly dampened cloth , then panel - - they can damage it . Some paper towels dry thoroughly . can also scratch the control panel . Door Seal Door Panel It's important to kee I ) the area clean where the door seals against the microwave . Lrse only Before cleaning the fl'ont door panel , make sure you know what t ) ' pe of panel you have . mild , non - abrasive detergents applied with a clean sponge or soft cloth . Rinse well . Reter to the eighth digit of the model number . " S " is stainless steel , " I , " is CleanSteel and " B " , Bottom " W " or " ( 7 ' are plastic colors . Clean off the grease and dust on the bottom Stainless Steel otten . Use a solution of warm water and The stainless steel panel can be cleaned detergent . with Stainless Steel Magic or a similar product using a clean , sott cloth . Apply stainless cleaner careflfllv to avoid the surrounding plastic parts . Do not use appliance wax , polish , bleach or products containing chlorine on Stainless Steel finishes . gharcoa / Filter behind Vent l ' ) zn The vent tan has 2 metal reusable grease filters . ActiveVen [ ot nsomemodels ) Models that redrculate air back into the room also use a charcoal filter , _ ] iO00 t t Reusable Grease Filters ( onallmodels ) 38
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re and ( ; leaning For this reason , the filters must AI , X , \ ' AYS be in Pu ? usable The metal filters trap grease released bv foods on the cooktop . Thev also prevent flames fl'om place when the hood is used . The grease filters Grease should be cleaned once a month , or as needed . toods oil the cooktop fl'om danmging the Filters inside of the microwave . To remove , slide it to the outside using Pu ? moving the tab . Pull it down and out . and Cleaning To clean the grease filter , soak it and then the lqlto swish it around in hot water and detergent . [ ) OIl't / ISe aIllI / / OIlia or aIllIllOIlia prodtlcts because they will darken the metal . i , ight brushing can be used to remove embedded dirt . Rinse , shake and let it dry before replacing . To replace , slide the filter in the ti'ame slot at the outside of the opening . Pull up and in to lock into place . The charcoal filter cammt be cleaned . It must Cha " rcoal The charcoal filter should be replaced when it be replaced . Order Part No . WB2X10956 from is noticeably dirty or discolored ( usually atter Filter ( on your GE supplier . 6 to 12 months , depending on hood usage ) . some models ) See " Optional I _ dts " , page 7 , ti ) r more If the model is not vented to the outside , inlormation . the air will be recirculated through a disposable charcoal filter that helps remove smoke and odors . To remove the charcoal filter : Remove grille screws to remove the grille Puqalacing the Charcoal 1 Discmmect power at the main fuse or circuit breaker panel or pull the plug . Filter @ 2 Remove tile top grille by removing the screws on top of the grille that hold it in place and sliding the grille to the leR ( opening the door makes grille remo \ ; d easier ) . 3 Slide the filter toward the ti'ont of the oven 000 alld relnove it . To install a new filter : 1 Remove plastic and other outer wrapping from the new filter . 2 Insert the flter into the top opening of the oven as shown . It will rest at an angle on 2 side support tabs and in fl'ont of the right rear tab . 3 Replace the grille and screws , 39
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re and Cleaning Replace the burned - out bulb with a 120 volt , Cooktop Light / 20 - watt halogen bulb ( WB36X10213 ) , available Night Light from your GE supplier . 1 To replace the bulb ( s ) , first disconnect the power at the main fltse or circuit breaker " _ 4 _ - / panel or pull the plug . ReHToge screw 2 Remove the screw at the right edge of the light covet " and push on the left edge of the covet " to open , 3 Be sm'e the bulb ( s ) to be replaced are cool betm'e removing . After breaking the adhesive seal , remove the bulb by pulling straight out . Replace with the same size and type bulb . 4 Raise the light shield and replace the screw , Connect electrical power to the oven , Remove grille screws to renlove the grille Replace the burned - out bulb with a 120 volt , Oven Light 20 - watt halogen bulb ( WB36X10213 ) , available from your GE supplier . 1 To replace the oven light , first disconnect @ the power at the main fuse or circuit breaker tc panel or pull the plug . 2 Remove the top grille by taking out the screws on top of the grille that hold it in ½ ooc place and sliding the grille to the left ( opening the door makes grille remox _ d easier ) . LightCover 3 Lift off the light cover at the left of the top opening . r _ 4 Pinch the clips that hold the light socket in place and lift the socket otlt . c _ 5 Remove the bulb fl'om the light socket by l , d ooo pulling straight out . Replace with the same size and type bulb , then replace the light socket and coveL 6 Replace the grille and scre * _ s . Connect electrical power to the o _ en . 44 )
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Problem Solver For a complete list of solutions to common microwaving problems , use the Troubleshooting Tips feature located by pressing the HELP button while on the microwave Home Screen ( see Using the Troubleshooter ) . If your microwave will not operate , check the Problem Solver below : Problem Possible Cause What To Do Oven will not start " This is normal . Press HOME or the Control panel is asleep touchscreen to acti _ lte the control panel . A ftlse in goilr bol / / e I / lay " Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker . be blown or the circuit breaker tripped Power surge , Unplug the microwave oven , then plug it back in . , Check controls . Controls are not set properly Plug not tully inserted into , Make sure the 3 - prong phlg on the oven is hilly wall outlet inserted into wall outlet . Door is not closed , Open and close the door secm'el > , Press START . START was not pressed " CONTROL IS The control has bee * * locked " Press and hokl OFF ti ) r about 3 seconds to mfiock the control . LOCKED " appears on the display Steam or x ; ipor escaping t / ' on * arotlnd TV / radio interibrence might be noticed Things That the door . while using the microwave . Similar to Are Normal the interierence caused by other small " Light reflection around door or outer case . With Your appliances , it does not indicate a problem Microwave , Dimming oven light and change in the with the microwave . Ph / g the microwave into a different electrical circuit , move the radio blower sound at power levels other O'ueTt or TV as Jthr away fl'om the microwave as than high . possible , or check the position and signal , Moisture on the oven door and walls while of the TV / radio antenna . cooking . Wipe the moisture oil with a paper towel or sott ch ) th , The Active Vent door ( oil some models ) will open during operation , and remain " Moisture between tile oven door panels when open while the microwave is rulming , cooking certain fl ) ods . Moisture shoukl to keep the electronics cool . It is also dissipate shortly aiter cooking is finished . normal to hear a clicking noise as the , Dull thmnping sound while oven is operating . vent door ( ) } bells alld closes . 41
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Microwave Oven Warranty All warranty se _ wice provided @ our b _ tcto U Se _ wice Centers Staph , your * * , eeipt h ( , re . or an authorized Customer Card _ technician . To schedu # service , on - line , I ' * o _ ( o [ the oriqinal pmr : hase 24 hours a day , visit us at fie . corn or call 800 . GE . CARES ( 800 . 432.2 737 ) . date is needed to obt _ lin sez'vi _ e Please have serial and modal numbers availab # when calling'jbr service . under the warranty . For The Period Of : GE Will Replace : One Year ArO , part of the microwave ( wen which flfils due to a defbct in materials or workmanship . During From the date o / the this limited one - year warranty _ GE will also provide , free ofcha _ e , all labor and related service costs to orig'inalpu * _ ha , se replace the de , betide pal - { . Five Years The mau _ etron tube , tf the magnetron tube fidls due to a defect in materials or workmanship . During From the date o / the thisfive - year limited warranty _ } on * _ i ] l be responsible fiw an } labor or related service costs . orig'inalp m _ ha , se What Is Not Covered : [ ] Service trips to your home to teach you how to use [ ] Replacement of the cooktop light bulb . the product , [ ] Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . [ ] Improper installation , delivery or maintenance . [ ] Product not accessible to provide required service . [ ] Damage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . [ ] FMlure of the product or damage to the product if it is abused , misused ( for exmnple , cavity arcing from wire [ ] Incidental or consequential dmnage caused by possible rack or metal / foil ) , or used for other tha _ a the intended defects with this appliance . purpose or used commercially . [ ] Damage caused after delivery . EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repair as provided in this Limited Warranty . Any implied warranties , including the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose , are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law . Thi . s warranl _ , i . s extended to the origSnal pu _ rha . _ er and a _ t3 , . su ( eeeding _ ownerjbr produet . _ pu _ rha . _ ed , / br home u . se within the USA . ( / the p , vduet i . s located in an area where . service hy a ( ; E Authorized Servi ( _ , r i . s not availabl6 you , mty be _ spo _ t . siblejbr a trip eha _ g _ " or you * reLybe _ Wub _ ' d to bring the p _ duct to an Autho * Jz _ ' d ( ; E Service Loeation jbr . service . [ _ t kbl . d : < the wa _ v'a _ tly excludes the . service cal £ to 3 , our home . & me . states do _ ot alh _ w the exclusio _ or limitatio _ ( j'ineide * _ tal or co _ seque * _ tial damages . This warra _ ly gives you . sJ ) egif ! e h'gml rig _ t . _ , arid you , m _ y a £ o have other rights which va U , f ! om . _ tate to . state . 7b I : _ ow what your hwd rig & ts am co _ sult your local or . state ( vm . _ umer c { / / hi ' _ : sqffiee or your state { _ Attor * _ U General . Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 42
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