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ge . com Safety Information . . . . . . . . . 2 - 6 Operating Instructions fE2160 Auto Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ] 2 Microwave Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . ] 8 Other Features . . . . . . . . . . . ] 6 - 18 Oven Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 , 8 Power Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Sensor Features . . . . . . . . . . ] 3 - 15 > Time Features . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 12 Care and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . 19 0 Troubleshooting Tips . . . . . . . 20 Things That Are Normal . . . . . . 20 Consumer Support Consumer Support . . . Back Cover Product Registration . . . . . . 91,92 _ ' arranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 © Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # You can find them on a label inside the oven . 3513913700 49 - 40509 01 - 06 JR
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINSTRUCTIONS . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! For your safe _ the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion , electric shock , or to prevent propeFly damage , personal injury , or loss of life . PRECAUTIONSTOAVOIDPOSSIBLEEXPOSURE TOEXCESSIVEMICROWAVEENERGY ( a ) Do NotAttempt to oi ) erate this oven with tile door ( c ) Do Not Operate the oven if ' it is dan / aged . It is open since oi ) en - door oi ) eration can result in hai _ nflll i ) articularly in / i ) ortant that the oven door close exposure to nlicrowave eilerg _ ' _ It is iinl ) ortant not to i ) roi ) erly and that there is no dan / age to the : defeat or tan / l ) er with the safety interlocl _ s . ( 1 ) door ( bent ) , ( b ) DoNotPlace any object between the oven front ti _ ce ( 2 ) hinoes and latches ( broken or loosened ) , and the door or allow soil or cleaner residue to accunlulate on sealing surli _ ces . ( 3 ) door seals and sealing surli _ ces . ( d ) The Oven Should Not be ac ! justed or rei ) aired b ) anyone except i ) roi ) erly qualified service i ) ei _ onnel . IMPORTANTSAFETYINSTRUCTIONS . When using electrical appliances basic safety precautions should be followed , including the following : • Read and fl _ llow tile specific i ) recautions in tile Do not store anything directly on top of tile inicrowave Precautions to Avoid Possible Exposure to Excessive ( ) veil s / irtilce when tile illicrol _ ; ive ( ) veil is iI1 ol ) ei'ation . Microwave Energy secdon above . Do not oi ) ei'ate this ai ) i ) liance if it has a danlaged power • This api ) liance nlust be grounded . ( _ onnect only to a cord or phig , if it is not working i ) roi ) erly , or if it has i ) roi ) erly grounded outlet . See the Grounding Instructions been danlaged or droi ) i ) ed . If tile power cord is section on I ) age 4 . dan / aged , it nlust be rei ) laced by General Electric SeI ' , ' ice or an auth ( wized seIMce agent using a power • hlstall or locam this ai ) i ) liance ( ) ill } ' in accordance with cord a \ : filal ) le fl'on / General Electric . tile I ) rovided installation instructions . Do not cover or block any oi ) enings on tile api ) liance . • Be certain to i ) lace tile fl'ont surIi _ ce ( ff tile door three inches or inore back fi'oin tile counterto I ) edge to avoid Llse this ai ) i ) liance only fin " its intended use as described accidental tii ) ping of tile ai ) i ) liance in n ( mnal usage . in this n / anual . Do not use corrosive chenlicals or wq ) oi _ in this ai ) i ) liance . This inici'owave oven is si ) ecifically • Do not inount this ai ) i ) liance over a sink . designed to heat , di T or cook fiiod , and is not intended • Do not illO / lnt tile IlliCI'Owave ( ) veil over or near } lily for laboratory or industrial use . I ) ortion ( ff a heating or cooking ai ) i ) liance .
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ge . com IMPORTANTSAFETYINSTRUCTIONS . Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this Owner's Manual . • This microwave oven is not approved or tested fl : , r • See door s / wfhce cleaning instructions in tile Care and IIlaIJ ne rise . cleaRiRg of the microwave over section of this manual . • Do not store this appliance outdom3 . Do not use this • This appliance must only be serviced by qualified service product near wate _ fi ) r example , in a wet basement , personnel . ( _ ontact nearest authorized service fi _ cilitv near a swimming pool , near a sink or in similar fin " examination , repair or a ( ! jusm _ ent . locations . • _ s with mV appliance , close supervision is necessary when used by children . • Keep power cord away fl'om heated s / mfi _ ces . • Do not imme _ e power cord or plug in water SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS • Do not let power cord hang over edge ot table 0I " COtlntei : • To reduce tile risk of fire in tile oven caviW : - - Do not overcook fi _ od . Careflfllv attend appliance when paper ; plastic or other combustible materials are placed inside the oven while cooking . - - Remove wire twist - ties and metal handles fl'om paper or plastic containe _ bet0re plating them in tile oven . - - Do not use the oven fin " storage pmi ) oses . Do not leave paper products , cooking utensils or toed in the oven when not in use . - - If materials inside tile oven ignite , kee I ) tile oven door closed , ttlrn tile oven off and discmmect tile power cord , or shut off power at tile fllse or drcuit breaker panel . If tile door is opened , tile fire may spread . - - Do not rise tile Sensor geattlres twice in StlCCession on tile same toed portion . If toed is tmdercooked after tile fit _ t cotmtdown , use T / tile Cook fin - additional cooking time . A WARNING ! ARCING If you see arcing press the CLEAR / OFFpadand correct the problem . Ardng is tile microwave tem _ fin " sparks in tile oven . • Metal , such as twist - ties , poult _ y pins or gold - rimmed dishes , in the microwave . Arcing is caused by : • Metal or toil touching tile side of tile oven . • Recycled paper tcmvls containing small metal pieces being used in tile microwave . • Foil not molded to tood ( uptm'ned edges act like anmnnas ) . 3
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . a , WARNING ! • FDOo nOot Dpop SpopcoYn in yo / lr i / / ici'owave oven • Avoid heating baby todd in glass . imp , even with tile lid off . Make sm'e all inlimt fi ) od is unless in a special microwave popcorn accessm T or mfless you use I ) opcorn labeled fi ) r use in thoroughly cooked . Stir food to distribute tile IlliCI'O _ ; Ive ovens . heat evenly : Be careflfl to prevent scalding when wamfing fi ) mmla . Tile container may libel cooler • Some products such as whole eggs and sealed than tile fimnula really is . _ Mwavs test tile fimnula container , - - tOt example , closed jade - - are able befiwe feeding tile bab > to eN ) lode and should not be heated in this I / liCYoW _ lVe oven . _ tlcl / rise of tile illiCi'ow _ lve • Don't defl'ost fl'ozen beverages in narro _ = necked ( ) veil could result in injurY . bottles ( especially carbonamd beverages ) . Even if tile container is opened , pressm'e can build up . • Do not boil eggs in a microwave oven . Pressm'e This can cause tile container to built , possibly will build up inside egg yolk and will cause it resulting in iI _ jm T . to bm _ t , possibly resulting in ii _ j mT . • Hot foods and steam can cause bm'ns . Be careflll • Operating tile microwave with no food inside for when opening any containe _ of hot tODd , illOi'e than a Illintlte or _ \ vo IllaV Catlse dalllage including popcorn bags , cooking pouches and to tile oven and could start a fire . It increases tile boxes . To prevent possible iI _ jury , direct steam heat aro / md tile magnetron and can shorten away fi'om hands and face . tile lile of tile oven . Do not ( wercook potatoes . They could dehydrate • Foods with tmbroken outer " skin " such as and catch fire , causing damage to yore " oven . potatoes , hot clogs , sausages , tomatoes , apples , chicken li \ ' e _ and other giblets , and egg ) x ) lks Cook meat and poultry thoroughly - - meat to at should be pierced to allow steam to escape least an INTERNAl , temperature of 160 ° F and during cooking . poult _ T to at least an INTERNAl , tempemtm'e of 180 ° E Cooking to these temperatm'es usually • SUPERHEATEWD ATER protects against fi ) odborne illness . Liquids , such as water , coffee ortea , are ableto be overheatedbeyond the boilingpoint without appearingto be boiling . Visiblebubblingor boiling when the container is removedfromthe microwave oven is not alwayspresent . THISCOULDRESULT IN VERYHOTLIQUIDSSUDDENLYBOILINGOVER WHENTHECONTAINERIS DISTURBEDORA SPOONOROTHERUTENSILIS INSERTEDINTO THELIQUID . To reduce tile risk of ii _ jm y to pe _ ons : - - Do not overheat the liquid . - - Stir tile liquid both beflwe and halfway through heating it . - - Do not use straight - sided contninei _ with narrow necks . - - _ Mter heating , allow tile container to stand in tile microwave oven fi ) r a short time befi ) re removing the container ; - - Use extreme care when inserting a spoon or other utensil into the container ; 4
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ge . com MICROWAVE - SACFOEOKWARE Make sure all cookware used in your microwave • Cookware ma ) become hot because of heat oxen is suitable fi ) r microwaxing . Most glass transferred from tile heated fi ) od . Pot holde _ casseroles , cooking dishes , measuring cups , custard may be needed to handle tile cookware . cups , potte _ y or china dinnerware which does not • " Boilable " cooking i ) ouches and tightly closed have metallic trim or glaze with a metallic sheen can plastic bags should be slit , pierced or vented as be used . Some cookware is labeled " suitable for directed by package . If thev are not , plastic could microwaving . " bm _ t during or immediately al * er cooking , • If w ) u are not sm'e if a dish is microwave - sale , possibly resulting in iqju * > Mso , plastic storage use this test : Place in the oven both the dish containe _ should be at least partially tmcovered you are testing and a glass measuring cup flled because thev titan a tight seal . _ A ] / en cooking with 1 cup of water - - set tile measuring cup with containe _ tightly covered with plastic wrap , either in or next to the dish . Microwave 30 - 45 remove covering careflfllv and direct steam away seconds at high . If tile dish heats , it should not fl'om hands and ti _ ce . be used fi ) r microwaving . • Use fi ) il only as directed in this guide . TV dinnet _ If tile dish remains cool and only the water in may be microwaved in foil trays less than 3 / 4 " tile cup heats , then tile dish is microwave - sale , high ; remove tile top foil cover and return tile • If w ) u use a meat them _ ometer while cooking , tray to tile box . When using foil in tile microwave make sure it is sale for use in microwave ovens , oven , kee I ) tile foil at least 1 inch away fl'om tile sides ot the oven . • Do not use rewcled paper l ) roducts . Recycled paper towels , nal ) kins and waxed paper can • Plastic cookware > - - Plasfic cookware designed fi ) r contain metal flecks which inav cause arcing inicrowave cooking is vei y useflll , but should be or ignite . Paper products containing nflon or used careflfll > Even microwave - sale plastic may m'hm filaments should be avoided , as tile } ' may not be as tolerant of overcooking conditions as also ignite , are glass or ceralnic inatelJals , and may soften or char if subjected to short periods of o ; ercooking . • Some styrofoam m _ vs ( like those that meat is In hmger exposm'es to oxercooking , tile food packaged on ) haxe a thin strip of metal embedded and cookware could ignite . in tile bottom . _ Aq / en microwave ( l , tile metal can burn tile floor of tile oven or ignite a paper t ( ) weE Follow those guidelines : • Do IlOt rise tile IllicI'o _ ; lve to dry ileWSl ) al ) ei3 . D ' _ Use microwave - satb plastics only and use them in strict compliance with the cookware • Not all plastic wrap is suitable Ira " use in Inicro _ ; Ive IIl _ l I1 HIll ct HI'eI " S i'e coi / llll ell datio iis . ovens . Check the package for proper use . • Paper towels , waxed paper and plastic wrap ' _ Do ilOt illici'owa _ , e ei / ll ) I , _ ' coiltJliilers . can be used to cover dishes in order to retain Do not pemfit children to use plastic moistm'e and prevent spattering . Be sm'e t ( ) cookware without complete supervision . vent plastic wrap so smam can escape . GROUNDINIGNSTRUCTIONS This appliance must be gro / mded . In tile event of If tile outlet is a standard 2 - prong wall outlet , an electrical short drcuit , gro / mding reduces tile it is yore " personal responsibili _ ' and obligation risk ( ) t electric shock by providing an escape wire to have it replaced with a properly gro / mded for tile electric current . S - prong wall outlet . D ( > ilot tllldeI " ally ciI'CtllllSt _ lllCeS tilt or I'elllOVe This appliance is equipped with a power cord having a grounding wire with a gro / mding plug . tile third ( gro / md ) prong from tile power cord . The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is We do not recommend using an extension cord properly installed and gro / mded . with this appliance . If tile power cord is too Consult a qualified electrician or se _ Mce mchnician short , have a qualified electrician or se _ Mce if the gro / mding instructions are not completely technician install an outlet near tile appliance . tmde _ tood , or if do / flX exists as to whether tile ( See EXTENSION CORDS secd ( m . ) appliance is propedy gro / mded . For best operation , i ) lug this appliance into its OWII electrical outlet to l ) revent flickering of lights , blowing ( ff fllse or tripping of circuit breaker . 5
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . ADAPTERPLUGS Usage situations where appliance's power cord will be disconnected infrequently . { Adapterplugsnot Because of potential safer ) ' hazards under certain conditions , permittedinCanada ) we strongly recommend against the use of an adapter plug . Alignlarge Howevex ; if you still elect to use an adaptex ; where local codes prongs / slots . . _ ¢ _ _ _ L _ I pemfit , a TEMPORARYCONNECTION may be made to a properly grounded 2 - prong wall receptacle by the use of a UI , listed adapter which is available at most local hardware stores . _ E , _ sure prop / egrround TEMPORARY andfirm connection The larger slot in the adapter must be aligned with the larger slot in METHOD beforeuse . the wall receptacle to provide proper polarity in the c ( mnecfion of the power cord . CAUTION : Attaching the adapter ground terminal to the wall 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 by a qualified electrician to make sm'e the receptacle is propefl ) gromMed . X ' _ hen disconnecting , the I ) ° wer cord fl'om the adapteL alwa ) s hold the adapter with one hand . If this is not done , the adapter grotmd temfinal is xerx likely to break with repeated use . Should this hal ) pen , DONOTUSEthe appliance tmtil a proper grotmd has again been established . Usage situations where appliance's power cord will be disconnected frequently . Do not use an adapter plug in these situations because fl'equent disconnection oi the power cord places tmdue strain on the adapter and leads to eventual fifilm'e of the adapter grotmd temfinal . _ ) u should have the 2 - prong wall receptacle replaced with a 9 ) - prong ( grotmding ) receptacle by a qualified electrician before using the appliance . EXTENSIOCNORDS A short power SUl _ ply cord is provided to reduce the risks resulting t _ ' om becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord . Extension cords may be used if you are careflfl in using them . If an extensioncord is used - - B The marked electrical rating ot the extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical radng ot the appliance ; , , , ' 1 . - wlre cord and it II / t / st be l ) lugged , , into a 3 - slot otltlet _ ' _ The extension cord must be a gr ( ) tmding - t _ _ e 3 " _ j The extension cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the cotmtertop or tabletop where it can be pulled on b ) children or tripped oxer tmintentionally . If you use an extension cord , the interior light may flicker and the blower sotmd may vary when the microwaxe oxen is on . Cooking times ma ) be longe _ ; too . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS
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Aboutthe featuresof your microwave oven . 9ecorn Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model . 1200Watts Featuresof the Oven Optional Accessories O Door Latches . Available at extra cost fl'om yore " GE supplie _ : Choose the approp _ l " ate Installation I _ dt below Window with Metal Shield . Screen allows to convert this oven to a built - in wall oven . cooking , to be xiewed while keeI ) iw , illici'owa _ es con _ hled in the o _ eil . For27 installations : ConvenienceGuide . Model Kit @ JE2160BF JX2127BH TouchControlPanelDisplay . JE2160CF JX2127CH 0 JE2160SF JX2127SH Door Latch Release . Press latch release to JE2160WF JX2127 \ _ ' H 0 open dooI ; For 30 " installations : Removable Turntable . Turnt ; d ) le and support Model Kit 0 must be in place when using the oven . The , IE2160BF , IX2130BH turntable may be removed fin " cleaning , , IE2160CF , IX2130CH Removable Turntable SupporL The turntable JE2160SF , IX2130SH 0 Stlpport I / / tIst be in place when using , IE2160WF , IX21 : 40WH the oven . NOTE . R " atingplate , ovenvent ( sa ) ndovenhghtarelocated ontheinsidewallsof themicrowaveoven .
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Aboutthe featuresof yourmicrowave oven . Youcan microwave by time , with the sensor features or with the auto feature . ! l 0 @ @ @ @ CookingContro / s Check the Convenience Guide before you begin . Time Features Press Enter TIMECOOK Amountof cookingtime Pressonceortwice TIMEDEFROST Amountof defrostingtime EXPRESSCOOK Startsimmediately ! POWERLEVEL Powerlevel1 - 10 ADD30 SEC Startsimmediately ! Sensor Features andAuto Features Press Enter Options POPCORN Startsimmediately ! more / lesstime VEGETABLE Startsimmediately ! more / lesstime Pressonce ( freshvegetables ) Presstwice ( frozenvegetables ) Pressthreetimes ( cannedvegetables ) REHEAT Startsimmediately ! BEVERAGE Startsimmediately ! POTATO Startsimmediately ! more / lesstime CHICKEN / FISH Startsimmediately ! more / lesstime Pressonce ( chickenpieces ) Presstwice ( fish ) Press Enter AUTODEFROST Foodweight
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Aboutchangingthepower level ge . om Tile power le ' , el ina _ be entered or Rest periods ( when tile nficrowave energy ' changed iininediatel ) after entei _ ing tile cycles off ) give tiine fi ) r the flied to time for Time Cook ( ir Express Cook , " equalize " or tI'anster heat to the inside of tile food . An exainple of this is shown B Press TIME COOK with power level 3 _ the deti'ost cycle . If nficrowave energy ' did not cycle off ; tile _ ' _ Enter cooking finIe . ODCE ) ( Z ) outside of tile filed would cook befi ) re tile inside was deti'osted . _ ¢ J Pi'ess POWERLEVEL Hero are some examples of uses for various D Select desired power level 1 - 10 . power levels : _ " _ Pi'ess START High 10 : Fish , bacon , vegetables , boiling Variable power levels add fle _ biliQ ' to liquids . illici'o _ ; ive cooking , Tile power levels on Med - High 7 " . Gentle cooking of ineat and the IIliCI'OW ; IVe ( ) veil can be COlIlp [ lI'ed to poultry ; baking casseroles and reheating . the suI'fi _ ce units on a iange . Each power level gives p ) u niicro _ m'e energy a certain Medium & Sh ) w cooking and tendeiizing percent of tile tiIne . Power level 7 is fl ) r stews and less tender cuts of nieat . InicI'o _ lve eneigy 70 % ot tile tiine . Power Low2or3 : Defl'ostin , " siniinering ; delicate level 3 is energy 30 % ( ff tile tiine . Most Sauces . cooking will be done on High ( power level 10 ) which gives you 100 % powei : A high Warm I : NeeI ) ing , fl ) od wamI ; softening , setting ( 10 ) will cook ti _ stei " but filed inav buttei : need inore fi'equent stiriing , rotating or turning ovei : A h ) wer setting will cook inore evenly and need less stirring or rotating ot the filed . Sonie fl ) ods nIay have better flavoi ; texture or appeaiance if one of tile lower settings is used . Use a h ) wer power level when cooking fi ) ods that have a tendency to boil ovei ; such as scalloped potatoes . Aboutthe time features . Time Cook Time CookII _ Mlows you to nficrowave fi ) r any tiIne up to 99 nfinutes and 99 seconds . I , ets you chaIwe _ power lexels autoinaficall ) Powerlevel 10 ( High ) is a tit ( ) inaticall ) set , during cooking . Here's how to do it : but you may change it fi ) r niore flexibility . O UDCE ) _ PI'ess TIME COOK Time CookII N Enter tile fiI _ t cook tiIne . B Press TIME COOK _ Chan ? e the lower lexel if , , ou d ( in't want fiIll po _ ] ei : ( Press POWERLEVEL N Enter cooking finie . Select a desired power lexel 1 - 10 . ) @ _ € _ ( ] hailge tile power lexel if you don't want flIll powei : ( Press POWER LEVEL . D PI'ess TIMECOOKagain . Select a desired power level 1 - 10 . ) D Enter tile second cook tinie . D Press START _ Chanoe tile _ ower level if you don't want fiIll po _ veI : ( Press POWERLEVEL You nIay open tile door duIing Time Cook Select a desired power lexel k - kO . ) to check tile food . Close tile door and press START to resuni e cooking . _ ' _ PI'ess START At tile end of Time Cook I , Time Cook fl co / ints down .
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About the time features . CookingGuide for time Cook NOTE , " Use Highpower level ( 10 ) unless otherwise noted . Vegetable Amount Time Comments Asparagus ( fresh spears ) l lb . 5 to 8 rain , In ] ½ - qt . casserole , place ] / 4 cup water : Med - High ( 7 ) ( frozen spears ) lO - oz , package 4 to 7 ram . In 1 - qt . casserole . Beans ( fresh green ) 1 lb . cut in half 10 to 14 mh _ . In ] ½ - qt . casserole , place ] / 2 cup watei : ( frozen green ) lO - oz , package 4 to 8 mhl . In 1 - qt . casserole , place 2 tablespoons x _ atei : ( frozen fima ) lO - oz , package 4 to 8 rain . In 1 - qt . c _ sserole , place 1 / 4 cup _ ater . Beets ( fresh , whole ) l btmch 16 to 21 mh _ . In 2 - qt . ca , _ sero / e , place ] / 2 cup _ ate _ : Broccoli ( fresh cut ) 1 bunch ( 1 ¼ to 1 ½ lbs . ) 5 to 9 rain . In 2 - qt . casserole , place ] / 2 cup _ atei : ( fresh spears ) 1 hunch ( 1 ¼ to 1 ½ lhs . ) 7 to 10 mm . in 2 - qt . ( _ t _ serole , place ] / 4 cup _ ate _ : ( frozen , chopped ) lO - oz , package 4 to 7 rain . In 1 - qt . casserole . ( frozen spears ) lO - oz , package 4 to 7 mhl . In 1 - qt . casserole , place 3 tablespoons watei : Cabbage ( fresh ) 1 medium head ( about 2 lbs . ) 6 to 9 rain . In ] ½ - or 2 - qt . c _ , , serole , place ] / 4 cup _ atei : ( wedges ) 5 to 9 rain . In 2 - or 3 - qt . casserole , place ] / 4 cup _ atei : Carro _ s ( fresh , sliced ) 1 lb . 4 to 8 rain . In 1 ½ - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup wmei : ( frozen ) lO - oz , package 3 to 7 mh _ . In ] - qt . casserole , place 2 tablespoons _ te _ : Cauliflower ( flowerets ) 1 medium head 7 to 10 rain . In 2 - qt . casserole , place 1 / 2 cup _ ate _ : ( fresh , whole ) 1 medium head 7 to 14 min . In 2 - qt . casserole , place ] / 2 cup _ atei : ( frozen ) lO - oz , package 3 to 7 rain . In 1 - qt . c _ serole , place 2 tablespoons watei : Corn ( frozen kernel ) lO - oz , package 2 to 6 rob1 . In ] < It . casserole , place 2 tablespoons _ lter . Corn on the cob ( fresh ) 1 to 5 ears In 2 < it . glass baking ( tisll , place corn . If corn is in husk , use no water ; if corn has been husked , add l / 4 cup water ; Rearrange after half of tinle . ( frozen ) lear 3 to 6 rain . Place in 2 < It . oblong glass baking dish . 2 to 6 ears 2 to 3 mhl . Co _ er with vented plastic w _ ap . Rearrange after half of time . per ear Mixed vegetables ( frozen ) 2 m 6 rain . In l < It . casserole , place 3 tablespoons _ ter . lO - oz , package Peas 2 lhs . unshelled ( fresh , shelled ) 7 to 9 mine In l < lt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup water . ( frozen ) 10 - oz . package 2 m 6 mk _ . In l < 1t . casserole , place 2 tablespoons _ ter . Potatoes ( fresh , cubed , white ) 9 to 11 mh _ . 4 potatoes ( 6 to 8 oz . each ) Peel and cut into 1 - inch cubes . Place in 2 < it . casserole with l / 2 cup _ ate _ : Stir after half of time . ( fresh , whole , sweet 1 ( 6 m 8 oz . ) 2 m 4 rain . Pierce whh cooking % _ ( k . Place in tile o _ cn , l " or white ) apart , in circular arrangement . [ _ et stand 5 minutes . Spinach ( fresh ) 10 m 16 oz . 3 m 6 mhl . In 2 < it . casserole , place _ shed spinach . ( frozen , chopped and leaf ) 10 - oz . package 3 m 6 min . In ] < It . casserole , place 3 tablespoons water : Squash 1 lb . sliced ( fresh , summer , and yellow ) In 1 ½ < 1t . casserole , place l / 4 cup _ te _ ; ( winter , acornor butternut ) Cut ill half and remo _ e t ] brous mere branes . In 1 m 2 squash ( about 1 lb . each ) 2 < it . glass baking dish , place squash cut - sklc < lown . 10 Tm'n cut - side - up after 4 minutes .
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de . corn TimeDefrost @ Defrosting tips _ Mlows you to defl'ost fi ) r a selected length of time . See tile Defl'osting Guide fi ) r • Foods fl'ozen in paper or plastic can be suggested times . ( Auto Defrostexplained defl'osted in the package . Closed packages in tile About the auto feature section . ) shoukl be slit , pierced or vented A _ q - ER ODCY CE ) fi _ od has partially defrosted . Plastic storage B Press TIME DEFROST containers should be partially uncovered . _ ' _ Enter defl'osfing time . • [ _ mfily - size , prepackaged fl'ozen dinne _ can be deti'osted and microwaved . If tile @ _ Press START tbod is in a foil containe _ , transter it to a microwave - sat _ " dish . When tile oven signals , turn fl ) od over and break apart or rearrange pieces fin " more • Foods that spoil easily should not be even defl'osfing . Shield anv wam _ areas with allowed to sit out tor inore than one small pieces ot fifil . Tile oven will continue hour after defl'osfing . Room temperature to defrost if you don't open tile door and promotes tile growth ot hmmflll bacteria . turn tile fl ) od . • D ) I " inore even defl'osfing ot linger fi ) ods , A dull thumI ) ing , noise may be heard such as roasts , use Auto Defrost Be sure during defrosting . This is normal when lmge meats are completely defl'osted oxen is not oi ) erafing , at High powe _ : beflwe cooking . • Xd ] / eIl deti'osted , fl ) od should be cool but softened in all areas . If still slightly icy ; return to tile microwave oven very briefly ; or let it stand a few minutes . Defrosting Guide Food Time Comments Breads , Cakes Bread buns or rolls ( 1 piece ) 1 / 4 rain . Sweet rolls ( approx . 12 oz . ) 2 to 4 rain . Rearrange after half tile time . Fish and Seafood Fillets , frozen ( 1 Ib , ) 6 to 9 rain . Shellfish , smallpieees ( 1 lb . ) 3 to 7 mhl . Place block in casserole . Turn o _ er and break up after half tile time . Fruit Plastic poneh - - 1 or2 1 to 5 mh _ . ( lO - oz , package ) Meat Bacon ( 1 lb . ) 2 to 5 rain . Place unopened package in o _ en . Let stand 5 minutes after defi'osting . Franks ( 1 lb . ) 2 to 5 rain . Place unopened package in o _ en . Microwmejust until Ii'anks can be separated . [ set stand 5 rain utes , if necessar } , to complete defi'osting . Groundmeat ( 1 / b , ) 4 m 6 rain . Turn meat over after first half of tinge . 9m 12 rain . Roast : beef , / am & veal pork Use power level I . per lb . 4 m 8 rain . Steaks , chops and cutlets Place um _ rapped meat in cooking dish . Turn oxer after first half of time and shield warm areas _ ith foil . _ Mter second half of time , separate pieces _ ith table knife . per lb . [ set stand to complete defi'osting . Poultry 14 m 19 rain . Chicken , broiler - fryer , cut up Place wrapped chicken in dish . Unwrap and tm'n over after first half of time . ( 2 ½ to 3 Ibs , ) After second half of time , separate pieces and place in cooking dish . Micro _ / vc 2 to 4 rain utes more , if necessal 3 i set stand a ibw rain utes to finish defi'osting . Chicken , whole ( 2 ½ to 3 Ibs , ) 20 m 24 rain . Place wrapped chicken in dish . _ Mter half the time , unwTap and turn chicken o _ ei : Shield _ um areas with fifil . _ 1 complete defi'osting , run cold water in tile emit } until giblets can be removed . Cornishhen 7m 12 rain . Place unwTapped hen in tile o _ en breast - side - up . Turn o _ er after first half of time . Run cool water in tile emit } until giblets can be removed . per lb . 3 m 8 rain . Tnrkeybroast ( 4to 6 Ibs , ) Place umwapped breast in micro _ vme - safb dish breast - side < Io _ l . _ Mter first half of time , turn breast - side - up and shield warm areas whh foil . Defi ' _ ) st for second per lb . half of time . [ set stand ] to 2 hours in refi'ig - erator to complete defi'osting . / /
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About the time features . ExpressCook This is a quick way to set cooking time for The power lexel can be changed as time 1 - 6 minutes . is counting down . Press POWERLEVELand enter 1 - 10 . Press one of the Express Cookpads ( fron / 1 to 6 ) fin " 1 to 6 minutes of cooking at power level I0 . For example , press the 2pad fin " 2 minutes of cooking time . Add 30 Seconds You can use this feature two ways : • It will add 30 seconds to the time • It can be used as an express cook for 30 seconds . cotmting down each time the pad is pressed . About the auto features . Auto Defrost There is a handy guide located on the inside Use Auto Defrost fin " meat poultry and front of the oven . fish . Use Time Defrost for most other Guide ti'ozen fo ( > ds . Auto Defrost automatically sets the deli'osting tim es and p ( ) wer levels to give even deli'osting restdts for meats , poultry and fish weighing up to 6 pounds . @ _ r _ Press AUTO DEFROST Remove meat ti'om package and place on microwave - safe dish . _ ILrsing the Conversion Guide below , enter food weight , . For exam I ) le , _ , _ q _ en the oven signals , mrn the fl ) od press pads I and 2 for 1.2 potmds • over . Remove deti'osted meat ( ) r shield ( l pound , 3 ounces ) . wam _ areas with small pieces of toil . _ Press START _ Mter defrosting , most meats need t ( ) stand 5 minutes t ( ) complete defl'osting . ( TimeDefrost is explained in the Aboutthe I _ u'ge roasts should stand fi ) r about time features section . ) 30 minutes . ConversionGuide If the weight of food is stated inpoundsand ounces , the ouncesmust be convertedto tenths _ 1 ) of a pound . WeightofFoodin Ounces 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 12
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About the sensor features , gecom HumiditySensor The SenserFeatures detect the increasing lmmidi _ ' released during cooking , The oven automatically a ( ! iusts the cooking time to \ _ n _ ious t ) l ) es and amom _ ts ot fi ) od . Do not use the Sensor Features twice in succession on the same fi _ od portion - - it may result in severely overcooked or bm'nt ti _ od . If ti _ od is tmdercooked alter the cotmtdown , use Time Cooktin " additional cooking time . • The proper contninex _ and covex _ are essential tot best sensor cooking . Covered • _ Mwax's use microwave - sate contninets and coxer them with lids or xented plastic wrap . Nexer use fight sealing plastic contnine _ - - they can prexent steam from escaping and C _ I [ ISe ] _ k ) od to oxercook . Vented O0 o " ( " " • Be sure the outside of the c kin _ c n _ tame _ and the inside of the microwaxe oxen are ( h T beiore placing ti _ od in the oxen . Beads of moisture turning into steam can mislead the sensoi : Dry off dishes so they don't mislead the sensor . 13
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About the sensor features . Popcorn How to Adjust the Popcorn Programto T ( > usethe Popcornfbature : Provide a Shorter or Longer Cook Time _ r _ Follow package instructions , usin ( , If w ) u find that the 1 ) rand ot popcorn you ] 7me Cook if the package is less than use tmdeq ) ops or overcooks consistenfl 5 1.75 otmces or larger than 3.5 otmces . you can add or subtract 20 - 30 seconds to Use only with prepackaged Place the package of popc ( wn in the microwave popcorn weighing center ot the microwave . the automatic popping tim e . 1.75to 3.5 ounces . To subtract time : NOTE : Do not use this feature twice _ ' _ Press POPCORN . The o ' , en starts in succession on the same food imm ediatel _ . _ Jter pressing POPCORNp , ress 1 portion - - it may result f17severely immediately alter the oven starts fi ) r overcooked or burnt food . If you open the door while POPCORN 20 seconds less cooking time . Press l is displayed , a SENSOR ERRORm essage will again to reduce cooking time another appea _ : Close the door and press START 10 seconds ( total 30 seconds less time ) . immediately : Toadd time : If fl ) od is tmdercooked after the cotmtdown use TIME COOKtor additional cooking time . _ Jter pressing POPCORN , press 9 immediately after the oven starts fi ) r an extra 90 seconds . Press 9 again to add another 10 sec ( mds ( total 30 sec ( mds additional time ) . Beverage Press Beverage to heat an 8 - 10 oz . cup el coffee or other beverage . NOTE : Do not use this feature twice in succession on the same food Drinks heated with the Beverage feature may portion - - it may result h7severely be very hot . Remove the container with care . overcooked or burnt food . If food is tmdercooked after the cotmtdown use TIMECOOKfi ) r additional cooking dine . 14
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re . corn Reheat The Reheat teature reheats 4 - 36 ounces Some Foods Not Recommended for Use With Reheat of previousl , _ cooked toods or a plate of NOTE " Do not use this feature twice h7succession on the same food It is best to use time Cooktor these foods : portion - - it may result in severely overcooked or burnt food . B Place coxered fi ) od in the oxen . Press • Bread products . REHEAT . The o _ en starts immediately . • Foods that must be reheated uncovered . _ ' _ The o _ , en signals when steam is sensed and tile time remainiw , becins • Foods that need to be stirred or rotamd . co / inting down . • Foods calling for a dry look or cIisp Do not open tile oven door until filne is surti _ ce utter reheating . counting down . If tile door is opened , close it and press STARTimmediatelv . 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 fl ) od is not hot enough after tile countdown use TIME COOKfor additional reheating time . Sensor Cooking @ Do not open tile oven door until time is Vegetables , Potatoes , Fish , Chicken Pieces counting down . If tile door is opened , Sensor cooking gives you eas , v , automatic @ close it and press STARTimmediatelv . results with a w _ rietv of fi ) ods ( see the If toed is undercooked alter tile countdown Cooking Guide below ) . @ rise TIMECOOKIoradditional cooking tiine . B Place co _ , ered food in the o _ , en . Press the toed pad . For _ egembles , How to Changethe Automatic Settings @ @ press tile VEGETABLEpad once for ( automatic settings for canned vegetables fl'esh vegetables , twice flw fl'ozen cannot be adjusted ) vegetables or three times tor canned NOTE . " Do not use this feature twice You can a ( ! j ust tile cooking time fi ) r some h7succession on the same food vegetables . For chicken or fish , press foods to suit _ O / li " pelNonal t _ lste . portion - - it may result in severely the CHICKEN / FISHpad once t0r chicken overcooked or burnt food . pieces or twice tor fish . The oven starts Toreduce time by 10 % : immediatelv . _ dter pressing tile teatm'e pad , press l immediatel _ after the o _ en starts . _ ' _ The oxen signals when steam is sensed and the time remaining begins Toadd 10 % to cooking time : counting down . Tm'n or stir tile toed if necessmw . _ Mter pressing tile teatm'e pad , press 9 immediately after tile oxen stm'ts . CookingGuide Food Amount Comments 4 - 16 oz . CannedVegetables Co _ er with lid or vented plastic _ Tap . 4 - 16 oz . FrozenVegetables Follow package instructions Ii ) r adding ware1 : Cover with lid or _ ented plastic _ Tap . Fresh Vegetables 4 - 16 oz . Add 1 / 4 cup water per ser \ ing . Co _ er with lid or vented plastic _ Tap . Potatoes 8 - 32 oz . Pierce skin with Iork . Place potatoes on tile rotatable . Fish 4 - 16 oz . Cover with vented plastic _ Tap . ChickenPieces 2 - 8 pieces Co \ er with vented plastic _ lp . ] 5
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About the other features . He / p The HELP pad displa ) : s teatm'e infimnafion and hell ) rid hints . Press HELPt , hen select a teature pad . Scroll Speed The scroll speed ot the display can be changed . Press and hold the AM / PM pad about 3 seconds to bring up the display . Select 1 - 5 fi ) r slow to fi _ st scroll speed . Reminder The Reminderteature can be used like an alaxm clock , and can be used at any time , even when the oven is operating . The Remindertime can be set ( II ) to 24 hom _ late _ : ( Z ) ( 2D ( E ) _ Press REMINDER . _ ' _ Enter the timed yd ou want the oven to reinind _ ou . ( Be sure the microwa ' , e clock shows the correct fiine of ( In ) . ) Select _ / l or PM . [ ] Press REMINDER . _ 4hen Reminder signal [ ] occm _ , press REMINDER to tm'n it off . The Reminder time may be displayed by pressing REMINDER . NOTE : TheREM indicator will remain lit to show that the Reminder is seL Toc / ear the Reminder before it occurs , press REMINDER , then O . TheREM indicator wi / / no longerbe fi _ Delay Start Delay Start allows you to set the microwa ' , e to delay cooking up to 24 hom _ . B Press DELAYSTART CDCDCD Enter the time you want the oxen to [ ] start . ( Be sure the microwa ' , e clock shows the correct time of day : ) Select _ dV / or PM . [ ] Select any coml ) inafion of Auto Defrost , time Defrost and time Cook . D Press START The Delay Starttime will be displayed plus DS . The oven will automatically start at the delayed time . To cancel the Delay Starttime , press CLEAR / OFE The time of ( la ) ma ) be displayed by ) ressin , , CLOCK . 16
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ge . com Clock @ Press to enter the time of day . D ' _ Press CLOCK _ ' _ Enter the tin / e oI day . ODODCE ) _ ' _ Select _ dVI or PM . D Press STARTor CLOCK . To check the time of day while microwaving , , I ) ress CLOCK . Start / Pause In addition to starting mm W flmcfions , START / PAUSEallows you to stop cooking without opening the door or clearing the display . TimerOn / Off Timer On / Off operates as a minute timer and can be used at any time , e \ en when the oven is operating . [ ] Press TIMER ON / OFF . CE ) ( Z ) CE ) _ ' _ Enter tile time xou walk to count ( lo _ NII . _ PressTIMEORN / OFFtostart . When tile time is up , tile oven will signal . To mrn off tile timer signal , press TIMER ON / OFE NOTE . T " hetitherindl2atorwi / / beht whi / ethe t / _ 77 / esroperat / ng . ChildLock - Out You may lock the control panel to prevent the microwaxe fl'om being accidentally started or used by children . To lock or unlock the controls , press and hold CLEAR / OFFfi ) r about three seconds . When the control panel is locked , L will appear in the display , / 7
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About the other features . Display On / OFF To turn tile clock display on or ott _ press and hold 0 fi ) r about 3 seconds . Tile DisplayOn / Offteamrecannot be used while a cooking teatm'e is in use . Beeper Volume Tile beeper sound lexel can be a ( ! justed . Press BEEPERVOLUMEChoose 0 - 3 fi ) r II / Ute to loud . CookingComplete Reminder To remind you that you have ti ) od in tile ( ) x'en , th e ( ) x'en will display FOODIS READg and beep once a inilmte tmfil you either open tile o _ , en door or press CLEAR / OFF , Microwave terms . Term Definition Arcing Arcing is tile nficrowave tei _ n for sparks in tile oven . Arcing is caused by : • inetal or fi ) il touching tile side of tile oven . • fi ) il that is not nlolded to fl ) od ( Ul ) turned edges act like antennas ) . • metal such as twist - ties , i ) oultry i ) ins , gold - rinm / ed dishes . • recycled paper towels containing small n / etal pieces . Covering CoveI _ hold in nloisture , allow ti ) r more even heating and reduce cooking time . Venting plastic wrap or coveting with wax paper allows excess steam to escape . Shielding In a regtflar ( ) veil , you shield chicken breasts or baked toods to i _ revent ovelq ) rowning . _ 4 ] / en inicrowaving , you use slnall strips of fi ) il to shield thin parts , such as tile tips of wings and legs on I ) O / fltry , which wo / fld cook beli ) re lalger parts . StandingTime When you cook with regular ( ) veils , fi _ ods such as roasts or cakes are allowed to stand to finish cooking or to set . Standing dine is especially ixni _ ortaxlt in microwave cooking . Note that a xlficrowaved cake is not placed oil a cooling rack . Venting Alter covelJng a dish with plastic wrap , you vent tile plastic wrap by turning back one corner so excess stealll C } ln escape . 18
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Careand cleaning of the microwave oven . ge . com Helpful Hints An occasional thorough wiping with a solution at baking soda and water keeps the inside fl'esh . Unplug the cord before cleaning anypart of this oven . How to Clean the Inside Walls , Floor , Inside Window , Metal and Plastic Parts on the Door Some spatters can be removed with a paper towel ; others may require a damp cloth . Remove greasy spatte _ with a sudsy cloth , then rinse with a damp cloth . Do not use abrasive cleane _ or shaq ) utensils on oven walls . To clean the surface of the door and the surface of the oven that come together upon closing , use only mild , nonabrasive soaps or detergents using a sponge or soft cloth . Rinse with a damp cloth and dry . Never use a commercial oven cleaner on any part of your microwave oven . Removable Turntableand TurntableSupport To prevent breakage , do not place the turntable into water just atter cooking . Wash it careflfllv in wmm , sudsy water or in the dishwasher : The turntable and sui ) port can be broken if dropped . Remember ; do not operate the oven without the turntable and support in place . 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 oven . Case Clean the outside oI the microwave oven with a sudsy cloth . Rinse with a damp cloth and then dry : _ . _ 3pe the window clean with a damp cloth . ControlPanel and Door Wipe with a damp cloth . D _ T thoroughly : Do not use cleaning spra ) : s , lmge amounts ot soap and water ; abrasives or shaq ) objects on the panel - - they can damage it . Some paper towels can also scratch the control panel . Door Surface It is import ; rot to kee I ) the area clean where the door seals against the microwave oven . Use only mild , non - abrasive ( lete _ gents applied with a dean sponge or soft cloth . Rinse well . Power Cord If the cord becomes soiled , tml ) lug and wash Mth a damp cloth . For stubborn spots , sudsy water may be used , but be certain to rinse with a damp cloth and ( h T thoroughly befl ) re i ) lugging cord into Otlflet . 19
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Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting - tips Save time and money ! Review the chart below and you may not need to call for service . Problem Possible Causes What To Do Oven will not start A fuse in your home may be blmm * Replace fuse or reset circuit breakei : or the circuit breaker tripped . Power surge . * IjnI _ lug the microwave oven , then plug it back in . Plug not fully inserted into wall • Make sure tile 3 - prong plug on tile oven is fllllv outlet , inserted into wall outlet . Door not securely closed . * Opeu tile door aud close securely : Controlpanel lighted , yet Door not securely closed . * Open tile door and close securely . oven will not start STARTpad not pressed after * Press START entering cooking selection . Another selection entered * Press CLEAR / OFF already in ovenand CLEAR / OFF pad not pressed to cmlcel it . Cooking time not entered after * Make sure w ) u have eutered cookiug filne after pressing TIME COOK ln'essiu " _ TIME COOK CLEAR / OFFwas pressed accidentally . * Reset cooking program and press START Food weight not entered after * Make sure you have eutered food weight after selecting AUTODEFROST selecting AUTODEFROST Oven was paused accidentally . * Press STARTto restart tile cooking program . SENSOR ERROR message During the Sensorcooking * Close tile door and press START ilnmediatelv : appears on display progrmn , the door was opened or START / PAUSEwaspressed before steam could be detected . Steam was not detected in • Use Time Cook to heat for more filne . maximum mnotmt of time . Controlpanel does The control has been locked . • Press and hold CLEAR / OFFfina " bout three not work ( When the control pane ] is locked , seconds to uiflock tile control . an t will be displayed . ) Foodamounttoolarge Sensor Reheat is for single • Use Time Cookfi ) r large alnouuts of fl : , ( : , d . for Sensor Reheat servings of recommended foods . Things That Are Normal With YourMicrowave Oven • Stealn or wq ) ox " escaping fl'om ax'ound TV / x'adio intertbrex _ ce xnight be noticed tile duel : while using the microwave , Sixnilar to tile intelYerence caused bv other slnall • I , ight reflection around door or outer case . al ) pliances , it does not indicate a i ) robleln • Dimming oven light and change in with the microwave , Plug the microwave into a ( liflereut electrical circuit , lnove the tile blower sound at power levels other radio or TV as fill " away froln tile lnicrowave than high , as possible or check the position and signal • Dull thuuq ) ing sound while oven is ot the TV / radio antelma , operating , 2O
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GEMicrowave Oven Warranty . Aft warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers , Staple your receipt here . or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . To schedule service , Proof of the original purchase on - line , 24 hours a day , vis # us at ge . com , or call 800 . GE.CARES date is needed to obtain service ( 800.432.2737 ) . Please have serial and model numbers available under the warranty when calling for service . For The Period Of : GE Will Replace : OneYear Anypart ot the mic _ owmv oven which tidls due to _ de _ ect in materi _ ds or workmmlship . Fromthe date of the Durhlg this limited one - year warranty , GE will also provide , free of charge , all labor and related originalpurchase service to replace the detbcti _ v pm _ . Five Years The magnetron tube , if the magnetron robe fidls due to a detect in materials or workmanship . Fromthe date of the Dudng this five - year Ibnited warrantg yon will be responsible fiw any labor o _ in - home originalpurchase service costs . Foreachofthe abovelimitedwarranties : Toavoid anytrip charges , you musttake the microwave oven to a GeneralElectric CustomerCare ® servicer and pick it upfollowing service . In - homeserviceis also available , but youmust pay for the service technician's travel coststo your home . What GE Will Not Cover : • Service trips to your home to teach you how to • Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . use the product . • Improper installation , delivery or maJntenm _ ce . • Dmnage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . • Product not accessible to provide required service . • h _ cidentaJ or consequential dmnage caused by possible • Failure of the product or dmnage to the product if it is defects with this appliance . abused , misused ( for exmnple , cavity arcing from wire rack or metal / foil ) , or used for other thaa _ the intended • Dmnage caused after delivery . purpose or used commerciaJly . EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repa # 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 . This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA . If the product is located in an area where service by a GE Authorized Servicer is not available , you may be responsible for a trip charge or you may be required to bring the product to an Authorized GEService Location for service . In Alaska , the warranty excludes the service cafls to your home . Some states do not aflow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . To know what your legal rights are , consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 23
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ConsumerSupport . gEApplbncesWebsite ge . com Have a question or need assistance with your ai _ pliance ? Try tile GE Appliances _ . Vebsite 24 hours a day , any day of the year ' . For greater convenience and taster se _ Mce , you can now download Owner's Manuals , order parts , catalogs , or even schedule service on - line . You can also " _ sk Our Team of EN ) erts . . . . . your questions , and so much more . . . ScheduleService ge . com Expert ( ; E repair setsice is onl _ one step away fl'om xour door Get on - line and schedule your set \ ice at xour conxenience 24 hours any ( lax of tile year ! Or call 800 . GE . ( : ARES ( 800.432.2737 ) during n { mnal business hours . RealLifeDesignStudio ge . com GE supports tile Universal Design concept - - products , services and environments that can be used by people of all ages , sizes and capabilities . We recognize tile need to design fin " a wide range of physical and mental abilities and impaimmnts . For details of GE's Universal Design applications , including kitchen design ideas t0r people with disabilities , check out our Websim today . For the hearing impaired , please call 800 . TDD.GEAC ( 800.833.4322 ) . ExtendedWarranties ge . com Purchase a ( ; E extended warrant _ and learn about special discounts that are available while your warranla , is still in effect . You can imrchase it on - line an } time , or call 800.626.2224 during n ( mnal business hours . ( ; E Consulner Home Ser ' , ices will still be there alter your warrant } expires . PartsandAccessories ge . com Individuals qualified to se _ ' ice their own appliances can have parts or accessoiies sent direcflv to their homes ( VISA , MasterCard , and Discover cards are accepted ) . Order on - line today , 24 hours every day or by phone at 800.626.2002 during nomml business hours . Instructions contained in this manual cover procedures to be performed by any user . Other servicing generally should be referred to qualified service personnel . Caution must be exercised , since improper servicing may cause unsafe operation . ContactUs ge . com If you are not satisfied with the service you receive fl'om ( ; E , contact us on our _ & ' ebsite with all the details including your phone ntlI / lbeI ' _ oi " write to : General Manager ; Customer Relations GE Appliances , Appliance Park I , ouisville , KY 40225 RegisterYourApplbnce ge . com Register your new applimlce on - line - - at your convenience ! Timel ) product registration will allow for enhanced communication and prompt service under tile terms of _ our warranty should tile need a _ ise . You may also mail in tile pre - p _ inted registration card included in tile I ) ackin ° _ material . Printed in Korea
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