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ge , Com Safety I . fin _ nation Troubleshooting Tips Before You Call Adapter Plugs . . . . . . . . . . 9 For Service . . . . . . . . 33 , 34 Arcing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 , fl : . S 1334SD Extension Cords . . . . . . . 10 Things That Are Nomml With Yore " Foods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 , 5 Microwave Oven . . . . . . . 34 Grounding Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Com _ mer Support Microwave - Sale Consumer Cookware . . . . . . . . . . . 6 , 7 Support . . . . . . Back Coxer Precautions to Avoid © _ rranla ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Possible EN ) osm'e to Excessive Microwave Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Safi _ tv Precautions . . . . 2 , 3 Operating Instructions Care and Cleanim , 31 32 Chanoing the Power i , exel . . . . . . . . . . 16 Comenience Feattlres . . . . . . . . . . . 0a _ . 4 - - zool - Features olYbm " © Microwa ' _ e O \ en . . . 12 - 1 : Microwaxe Temps . . . . . . 3 ( 1 Other Featm'es . . . . . 27 - 29 Time Featm'es . . . . . . 17 - 22 Write the model and serial nmnbers hem : Model # Serial # S Find these mmd ) ers on a label inside the o \ ( ' n . DE68 - O1828A49 - 40500 07 - 06Jt7
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! For your safety ; , the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion , electric shock , or to prevent property damage , personal injury , or loss of life . PRECAUtiONTSOAVOIDPOSSIBLE EXPOSURTEOEXCESSIVE MICROWAVEENERGY OO Not Attempt to operate Do Not Operate the o _ en if it tllis oven widl the door is damaged . It is pardculmqy open sin ( ( ' ot ) en - door impormlu that tile ( wen door operation can r ( ' suh in close properly and dlat dwre haml [ nl exposure to is no damag ( ' to the : lIliCF ( ) _ _ { Ve ( ' H ( ' I _ ' } . It is iml ) ormm not to ( tl'JL ' _ { [ OF [ _ { l / / p ( ' ] : wi | h the sa [ ; vp _ h / tcrlo ( ks . . . . . . . . . . . ( . b . . r . o . . k . . e . . , . , or " loosened ) , Do NotPlace a m ' oL ! iect . . . . . . . . . s . . i . n . . : . l . a . . c . . e . s . between tile ( wen ] ix ) 11t [ hce and tile door or allow _ i ; The Oven Should Not soil or ( leaner residue to be a ( ! justed or rel ) _ dr ( ' d t ) v a ( ( mmdate on sealing _ tl / VOl / ( ' l'XCl'p [ pl ? Ol ) ( T1 } ' S / ll ? [ ilCeS . qualified service pers ( mnel . SAFETYPRECAUtiONS When using electrical appfiances basic safety precautions should be followed , including the following : J ? Rea ( 1 and tollow the sl ) e ( ifi / i ¢ : Inst _ dl or lo ( ate this precautiolls in the Precautions _ t ] ) p ] ] _ tl / ( ( ! OI / ] V ill a / ( Ol ; ( tall ( e to Avoid Possible Exposure to with file t ) rovided Inst _ dlation Ii lstrll ( tiOl is . Excessive Microwave Energy ii _ iiiiii ! iii _ iL _ iii _ ! lii sl ' ( tioll a | ) ov ( ' . Be certain to place the front sin ; lime of the door This apl ) liance must be 3 " or more back [ i : om the groml ( te ( t . ( ; ( mnect only to a prol ) erly gmmMed ( omm'rto ] ) edge to avoid omlet . See the Grounding a ( ( idemal tipping ( A ' the Instructions se ( tion on page 8 . apt ) lim / ( e in n ( mnal usage .
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_ e . COIll Use this appfiance only for its intended purpose as described in this Owner's Manual _ } } This l / / i ( ] 7ow } l _ , e o ' _ e ] l is not } tt ) t ) lX ) ' _ , ed J } I ) o not imnlerse power cord or ( ¸ ) 17tested foF lllarille rise + phlg in water . _ } I ) o not mount this applian ( e oxer _ : Do not let power cord hang over a sink . edge of taMe or counter . _ : Do not l / / otlnt tile l / / icrowave OVell _ : + Ib red uce tile risk of tire in tile oven cavity : over or near ally portion of a heating or cooking appliance . - - I ) o not overtook toad . Careihllv J ? Do not store anything dire ( tly on top attend appliance when paper , plastic of tile I / / iC1 ; OW } IVC oven stlrIitce whell or other coH / btlstil ) le HlatetJals are tile l / / iC1 ; OW _ lVe oven is ill operation . placed inside tile oven while cooking . - - Remcwe wire twisHies and metal _ : Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged pov , vr cord or phlg , if it is handles ti'om paper or plastic not working t ) roperl 5 or if it has been t ontainers betbre placing thenl in tile ovt'll . damaged or dropped . I / tile pov , vr ( or'd is damaged , it must be replaced - - Do not use tile oven tar storage bv C , eneral Electrk Service or an puq / oses . Do not leme paper iiii iiii / / ! ! iliiii ! ! iii ! authorized service agent using a prothtt is , cooking utensils or load power ctm / available / i : oln ( ' , eneml ill tilt ' OVell whell liar ill rise + Elecu'ic . - - ff materials in . qde the oven ig _ lite , J ? I ) o not co _ vr or block any openh / gs keep tile o _ vn door closed , turn tile on tile a [ / pliml ( e . oven off and disconnect tile power N Use this appliance on ] } tar its col'd , or shut off power at tile fltse or imended use as described in this circuit breaker panel . If tile door is manual . 13o not use corrosi _ • opened , tile fire may spread . chen / icals or vapor . + , ill this appliance . iiiii + , + , i ? i'ii _ ii { + + / + + i _ : See door sur / itce cleaning instructions Tllis mi ( rowave oven is spe , . ifit ally in tile Care and cleaning of the desiglled to heal , d W or cook tbod , microwave oven s ( ction of this mmlual . mid is not imended / or laboratory or inthtstlJal use . J ? This appliance must only be serviced l ) _ rqualified service personnel . J ? Do not store this appliance outdoor . + , . Contact nearest atltholJzed ser \ ' ice I ) o not use this product near watel _ ti _ cility / or examination , repair or tbr example , ill a wet basement , nero : at ! jtlstlilent , a swinlnling pool , near a sink or in similar locations . N As with any applian ( e , ( lose i + il + supelMsion is necessary when _ ! Keep power lord away ti'om heated ttsed k > _ rchildren . S / I17t _ Ices . 3
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! ARCING If you see arcing , press the CLEAR / OFFpad and correct the problem . i ( : : Metal , such as twist - ties , , \ rdng is the i / / icFo \ v _ [ vetel _ / l Ibr sparks in tile oven . Arcing t ) ouluT pins , or gold - riuuned dishes , in file mierowax e . is caused 1 ) ) : _ 5 ) Metal or R ) il touching the i ( : : Recycled paper towels side of tile oven . containing slnall metal pieces being used in tile n / icrowave . _ : Foil not molded to tood ( ut ) umled edges act like antennas ) . FOODS Do not poll popcorn in yore : ( ) t ) emting the ulicrowa _ ' ulicrowm _ + o _ ' n unless in a with no / ood inside tot more thall a IIlintlte or tw ( I lIla _ speci _ fl n / icrowave popcorn accessory or Hnless voH / lse ca / tse ( / _ ll / / age to tile oven and Co / lld start a fire . It t ) otlcorn labeled lot use in ulicrowave ovens . increases the heat around tile n / agnetron and can ; _ ) Sol / / e t ) Fo ( hlctS s / Ich _ lS shorten the li / b of the o \ en . whole eggs and sealed Foods with [ lnl ) lToken O / ltel7 containers tot exaulllle , ( losed , jars - - a ) x ' able to " skill " such as l ) Omtoes , hot dogs , sausages , ton / atoes , exl ) lode and should not be heated ill this lIliCl'OWa _ ' apllles , chicken livers and ovell . S / Ich use of tile od / er giblets , and egg yolks lllielx / wa _ e o _ en could should be pierced to _ fllow result in in jm > stealll to escape ( hlrillg cooking . _ ) Do not boil eggs in a lllic1x / wa _ , e o _ , en . PlTeSS / lre will build up inside egg } _ ) lk and will cause it to burst , possibly resulung in in jm 3 .
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_ e . COIB _ SUPERHEATEDWATER > : • \ \ old heating bah } tt ) od ill glass jar . s , e \ en with tile lid Liquids , such as water , oil Make sure all intimt / ood coffee ortea , are able to be is thoroughly cooked . Siir overheatedbeyond theboiling / ood to distribme tile heat point without appearingto be e _ ' l / l \ . Be careflll tO lll'evell [ boiling . Visiblebubbling or scalding when wam / ing boiling when the containeris / orl / / / lla . The COlltail / er lll } p _ ' removed fromthe microwave / eel cooler than tile / orumla oven is not always presen _ really is . Alwa \ ' s test the THISCOULDRESULTIN VERY / ormula be / ore tk'e ( ting HOTLIQUIDSSUDDENLY tile bah \ . BOILINGOVERWHENTHE i _ i ; Don't de / i'ost fi'ozen CONTAINERIS DISTURBEDOR A SPOONOROTHERUTENSIL be \ en _ ges ill llarrow - IS INSERTEDINTO THELIQUID . necked bottles ( eslle < i _ flly carl ) onated be _ wag - es ) . To red uce the risk of i _ / jury Even if the container is to persons : ot ) ened , pl'eSS / lre Call build up . This call cause - - Do llot o _ a'rheat the liq / fid . the con | airier to b / its | , - - Stir the liquid t / oth be / ore possibly resulting in il _ iury . all ( I hal / i _ , r ; - ly tim ) ugh ii : : Hot / oods and steam can heatillg it . cause bin : us , ge careflfl when - - Do llot use straight - sided opening any containers oI containers with ] _ _ ] ; tX ) % r _ hot / ood , including popcorn necks . bags , cooking pouches and boxes . " Ib llre \ ' ent possible - - Alter heating , allow tile iiiiiiiiii ! ii ii i ! ; liiii ! il / . jlll'y , direct siealll _ i _ r _ i _ , ( O ] l { } li / / er 1o stal / d ill the Ibm / hands and tiice . llliCI'ow ; - i \ e o \ ell / ( ) l : a short time 1 ) e / ( ) l _ ' rel / / O \ ' il / g the Do llOt o _ wt'cook t ) otatoes . COlltainer . The _ couM deh \ ' dnlie and catch / ire , causing damage - - Use extreme care whell 10 \ _ ) / lr ( ) _ , _ ' l / , iili ! tli ! iiiiii ! l ! ! iiiiiiY iHsertillg a spoon or other uteHsi ] into the contailler . Cook meal and l ) oultr } thoroughl } mmeat to at least an INTERNAl , temperature of 160 ° F alld t ) o / llWy to at least all INTERNAI tempera \ in : e of 180 ° E Cooking to dlese iiiiiii ! iiiiii ii ii tel / / lleratHFes / lSllally protects against tbodborne illness . 5
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! MICROWVAE - SAFCEOOKWARE Make sure all ( ook _ mx ' used ill _ : Do not use recycled llaper VOII17 Illi ( l ? O % _ l \ e o \ ei / IS S / litHble products . ReQ'cled paper lot nlicrowa'Ang . Most glass towels , napkins and waxed c _ tss _ mk s , cooking dishes , paper Call contain llletal flecks which mm ( ause measm - ing ClipS , C / lstard clips , [ ) otter } or ( hiller dinnerware arcing or ig _ / ite . Paper which does not / la _ ln _ tallic products containingnylon or talon filan / ents should trim or glaze with a metallic slleell ( ? all l ) ( / lSe ( 1 . SOIlle be avoided , as they lnw _ ' cookwm : _ is labeled " afitable alsoig : fite . tot nlicrowaving . " J ? Some styro / omn trays ( like N If you are not sure if a dish is those that meat is packaged l / licrow ? _ \ e - sail ' , lisp this test : on ) have a thin strip of metal Place ill the oven both the embedded ill the bottonL When nlicrow _ \ vd , tile metal dish _ X ) / l are testing and a can burn tile floor ot the glass measuring CUll filled with 1 cup ofwatelmset the oven or ig _ / he a t ) _ q _ er towel . n / easufing cup either ill or J } I ) o not use tile IIIi ( TOW _ I \ e to next to the dish . Micl'o _ , , _ \ e dFv newst ) al ) el _ s , 1 minute at high . If the dish heats , it shouM not be used J ? Not M1 plastic wyap is suitable tDF / lse in l / liCl ? O _ lve ovens . / or n / icrowaving . Check the package / or If the dish ren / ains cool t / roper / lse . and only the water ill the CUll heats , then the dish is _ : Paper towels , waxed paper microwa \ e - sa / i . ' . and plastic wrap can tie used to co \ vr dishes ill order to If _ X ) / l use a nleat retaill iilOiS | lll'e and prevent thennonleter whih ' cooking , spattering . Be S { ll'e | o ven | n / ake sure it is sail ' tot use plastic wrap so s | ealll ( ? all ill n / icrowm e ovens . escape . _ : Cookware max becon / e hot ii iiiiii ! iii i Ji ! lii because of heat mulst _ Tred ti'on / the heated tood . Pot holders max be needed to handle the cookware .
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_ e . COIgl Plastic cook _ , mre Plastic J ? " Boilal ) le " cooking pouches and tightly closed plastic cookware ( lesiglle ( t tot bag _ should be slit , t ) ie ) ' ced mi ( rowm e ( ( ) ( ) king is very or vetoed as directed l > _ usefill , bm shoukt be used ( areflllh . E _ en mi ( row _ \ e - package . If tht \ _ are not , plastic could burst dining or s _ ) / _ ' t ) lasti ( m m not be as immediately atier cooking , tolemm of o \ ercooking possibly resulting in il _ imy . conditions as are glass or ceramic materials and m _ lv Nso , plastic storage containers should be at least solien or char if suk ! jected partially IInco _ ' l ? e ( t t ) ecallse to short periods of tht \ v / orm a fight seal . When overcooking . In longer cooking with containers cxpos / IFCS | O o _ ' l ' ( ooking , the ti ) od and cookware tigh @ covered widl plastic wr _ lt ) , tel / lOve covelJng could iglfite . carefllllv and direct steam Follow thoso guidolinos : _ lwWv ' / i'Olll hallds all ( | / i _ € e . ' se Use / oil onh as directed in . . . . . . . . . t . ) . . l . a . s . . t . i . ( . . s . only and this guide . TV dfimers ma } use them in StlJCt be microwmvd in toil trm _ ' _ c ( / mtfliaHce with less than 3 / 4 " high ; remo _ v the cookwa ) ' e iiii iiii / / ! ! iliiii ! ! iii ! tile top loll co \ ' er and return l / / _ ln [ It _ tC t Ill ' ( ' 17 ' S the trm to the box . When recol / / l / / endations . using / oil in the microwave o \ en , keep the foil at leas { _ Do not mi ( rowme eml ) t _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ( . . . . O . llt : clil lel's , l " mva } fi'on / the sides of the ( ) \ ell . Do not t ) ennit ( hildren . . . . . . . . . t . o . . . . . u . . s . e . . . t ) lastic ( ook ' _ ral ; e withoIH COllll ) let e S [ lt ) e ) ' \ _ sion , iiiii _ , _ , i ? i'ii _ iiiii / iii 7
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! Improper use of the grounding plug can result in a risk of electric shock . GROUNDINIGNSTRUCTIONS This appliance must be grtmnded , h / the e _ ent of ml elet trical short circuit , gTtmnding reduces the risk of electric shock by 1 ) ro _ iding an escape wire lor tile electric current . This appliance is equipped with a power cord hming a grounding wire with a groui _ ding i ) lug . The plug must t ) e plugged into an omlet that is ln : oi ) erl } instalk d mid gTom / ded . Consuh a qualifi _ d elecn'ician or s _ trice technician if the g _ ' omlding instructions ar _ not c ( ) ml ) letely und _ rstood , or if doubt exists as to whether the apl ) liance is lm ) perl } gromlded . If the omlet is a standard 2 - 1m ) ng wall outlet , it is yore : personal rest ) onsibilit } , all ( } obligation to hme it replaced with a prol ) _ rly grounded 3 - prong wall outlet . Do not under anv circmnstances cut or remo _ e the third ( g _ ' om _ d ) 1 ) rang tix ) m the i ) ower cord . We do not recominend using an extension cord wifl _ this al ) pli _ m ( e . If tile power cord is too short , have a q / * alilied electriciku / or s _ trice technician install all outlet n ( ar the appliance . ( Se _ WARN / N _ - - EXTENSION CORDSsecdon . ) For best operation , plug this api ) lianee imo its own eleclrk al omlel Io prevem tlickering of lighls , I ) lowillg of tilse or lripping of circuil l ) re _ 71kel2 ii iiiiiiKiii ! lii
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_ e . com ADAPTEPRLUGS Usage situations where appliance's power cord will be disconnected infrequently . Because of t ) olemial sat ( qv hazards under certain con ( lid ( ms , we strongly recommend against the use of an adapter plug . I to _ e \ er , Aliglnarge I _ - _ 11 p , ongs / slots _ I _ II ilvou still ele ( t to use ml a ( tal ) wr , where local ( odes permit , a TEMPORARY CONNECTION may 2 be made to a t ) roperly gromlded TEMPORARY andfirmconnection 2 - l ) rong w _ lll recel ) tacle t ) y the use METHOD beforeusa . of a UI , listed adapter which is available at most local hardwm : e stores . The larger slot in the adapter must be aligned with the larger slot in the x _ ll receptacle to l ) tx _ vide t ) tX ) l ) er t ) olm - ity in the c ( mnection 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 . ' _ bu should haw the circuit checked b } a qualified electriciml to make sure the re ( eptacle is l ) rol ) efly gromlded . When ( lisc ( mnecting the power cord ti : om the adal ) ter , alwa } _ ' _ hold i ii , iiiiiiiiiiiiii the adapter with one hm _ ( t . If dfis is not done , the adapter grou ] ld terminal is vet } likely to break with repeated use . Should this hal ) l ) en , DO NOTUSE die applim _ ce m _ til a t ) roper gT ( mnd has again been established . Usage situations where appliance's power cord will be disconnected frequently . Do not use an adapter plug in these sit tl _ ltions ] ) ( ' ( _ t / lse ti'e ( l / lent disconnection of the power cord places m _ ( tue strain on the adapter m _ d leads to e _ ' nt ual / i _ ilure of the adapter gT ( mnd terminal . ' _ bu should have the 2 - t ) rong wall re ( epiaele replaced wiitl a 3 - t ) rong ( g ] xmn ( ting ) re ( et ) tacle [ ) _ r _ qualilied eleciricim / betore using die at ) pliance . 9
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! EXTENSIOCNORDS , \ S ] lOri pOW ( . + Fsupply cord is provided to tx'dme dw risks rcsuhing / i'om becoming entm _ gled in or tripping o \ er a longer ( ord . Extension cords mm be used if you are carefid in using diem . If an extension cord is used - - " F . e , . . rke _ d , ] e , , ri , , . . , ] . . _ , , _ . , e _ , x . , , _ + i , , . . s , _ rd , o , . b , , e iii , / : : : : : : : a : : t : : l : e : : a : s : : t as great as the electrical mdng ot the al ) plim _ ce ; The extension cord must 1 ) ea gromlding - tyl ) e 3 - wire cord _ lnd . . . . . . . . . . i . t . . . m . . . u . . s . t . be plugged imo a 3 - slot omlet ; NI " F . eex , e , _ sicoo , r _ d + . , , , . dbe . rr . . ged _ o . , . , i , , + i , . . , , drape o ' _ er the ( OHIIi ( ? I ? iOp ( 717 tabletop wllere it ( all | ) e [ ) tllled on | ) y children or tripped o _ ' r mfintentionally . If you use m _ extension cord , the interior light ma } flicker m _ d ttle blower somld may vary when the microwave o _ en is on . Cooking times m _ } be longel ; too . ii _ iiiiii ! iii [ iii ! lii 7O
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Re . COil1 READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETY INFORMATIOCNAREFULLY SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS iiii _ iiii / / ! ! iliiii ! ! iii _ ! _ iitii _ , _ , ii'i'ii _ iiiii / iii 11
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About the features of yourmicrowave oven . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model . IOOWatts 12
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ge . com Featuresof the Oven Door Latches . Window with Metal Shield . S ( reen _ , llows ( ooking to be " _ ( ! W ( ! d while keeping mi ( rowaxes ( onfined in the oxen . Convenience Guide . Touch Control Panel Display , Door Latch Release , Press lard _ , release to open door . Removable Turntable . " [ _ u : ntable m _ d support must be ill t ) la ( ( ' W ] I ( ' I / / ISil / _ [ ] le O _ el / . " ] ' ] 1 ( ' tlll ? llta | ) l ( ' l / / _ w ] ) ( ' r ( , moxed for ( leaning . NOTE : Rating plate , oven vent ( s ) and even light are located on the inside walls of the microwave oven .
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iil ii About the features of yourmicrowave oven . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model Youcan microwave by time or with the convenience features . TimeFeatures ConvenienceFeatures I TiME COOK F - _ EDF _ " , , . , 6 6 6 I POPCORN BEVERAGE REHEAT _ TiME DEFDROST I _ C _ OOK I POWER LEVEL 666 * * * J AUTO DEFROST DD _ • ii _ iiiiii ! iii _ i @ i
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_ e . COITI CookingControls iiii iiH ! Check the Convenience Guide before you begin . ! i ii , iii iiiiii ! Time Features Press Enter TIMECOOK Amountof cookingtime Pressonceortwice TIMEDEFROST Amountof defrostingtime 30SEC , Startsimmediately ! EXPRESSCOOK Startsimmediately ! POWERLEVEL Powerlevel1 - 10 Convenience Features Press Enter Option POPCORN Startsimmediately ! 3,5oz . , 3 oz . Pressonce , twice or125 oz . orthreetimes more / lesstime BEVERAGE Startsimmediately ! 4 oz . , 8 oz . Pressonce , twice or12oz . orthreetimes REHEAT Foodtype1 - 6 Servingsize COOK Foodtype1 - 9 + weight AUTODEFROST Foodweight iili ! tli ! iiiiii ! l ! ! iiiiiiY iiiiiii ! iiiiii ii ii 15
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iil ii About changing the power level ' Ille 1 ) owcr h'vel Imff be cnwred or changed inm / ediatcly after enwfing tilt ' t _ ' aulre tin / t ' fiir _ me Cook , _ me Defrost or Express Cook . " Hie t ) t ) _ t ( _ ] : le ' _ el n / m also be changed during lime countdown . POWER LEVEL _ : ' Press TIME COOK or TIME DEFROST . I JJ , I3 , 41 z4 : _ Elller ( ookill _ or ( ' e { l _ OSlill _ { illle . Press POWER LEVEL . 17 II8II91 Seleti desired t ) ower lexel 1 - 10 . t'ress START Xlu'iable power levels add Jh'xit / ilil } lo microw _ r , e tooking . The power le'a'ls ( m die microlv _ , a , o'a'n START t _ lll be ( OEIlllal'ed t ( ) tilt ' sIIrl _ tt e Ill / its Oil a rall _ e . l _ ael / power h ' \ el gJ \ ' es } _ O / llIliel'ow _ \ e ellerg ) ; a eerlaill t ) er ( ent of tile lime . Power level 7 is IE / iemwa \ e eHerg ? ' 70 % ot the tinle . Power level3 is enerKv 30 % ot lfte time . Most cooking will t ) e done ( Ill High ( power level 10 ) whictl gJ _ s you 100 % power . Powerleve110 will cook / sster bul toDd mm need more ti'cquent stining , rotating or ulrning / ) v ( ' _ ; A lower setting will ( ' ook lilOl'e t ' \ enly and need less sdrdng or relating o / lfte t6o ( t . _ ( ) Ille / ( ) o ( Is IllHV l / _ lve better Jl _ x / t ; textllre or al ) tlem : ml ( e i / lille of tile lower settings is used . Use a lower l / ower lt ' _ el wtlel / tooking leo ( Is tll _ t have a ten ( ten _ " to boil ov ( ' _ : sutft _ s st Mloped t ) olatoes . Rest t ) e _ Jo ( ts ( _ r ] _ ( _ ] l lfte IIlitTow _ l \ e ellel ) g ? ' t2 ' ¢ ( les ( Ill ) give dine loT the / oDd to " equalize " or transl [ ' r heat lo the inside of lfte tiled . All exan / t ) le of this is shown wilft power level 3 _ the d eli'ost Q'cle . II inicrowm e energ ) ; did not cycle oil , the omside of the / elM would look belore the inside was deli : osted . Here are some examples of uses for various power levels . High If Fisft , bacon , vegeiat ) les , boiling liquids . Med - High 7 : ( ' , chile cooking o / n / eat mid t ) ouhry ; ii iiiiii ! iii iL iii ! lii b _ & ing ( assemles mid refte _ ling . Medium 5 : Slow cooking and len ( ledzing / or SleWS _ . l / ( t less | ell ( lel ) t / ltS ot I / lear . Low2or3 : I ) eft'osdng : sin / nwring ; delicate sauces . Warm 1 : Keeping todd % ral ) lIl ; softening l > utter . 16
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TimeCook II I , ets roll cllang _ ' power levels amomatically ( h _ ring cooking I ] lere's how to do it : I < nterthe _ irstcook dm _ , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l ) ( ) _ ; ( Prr ( es _ s : POWERLEVESLelect a desired power level 1 - 10 ) I'r _ ss TIMECOOKagain r Enter Ihe s _ ( ; ond cook dme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l ) ( ) _ r _ ; ( Press POWERLEVEL Select a desired power lexel 1 - 10 ) At the end of _ me Cook I , Time Cook I / ( xmnts down 77
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iil ii Aboutthe timefeatures . CookingGuide for time Cook NOTE . " Use power level High ( 10 ) unless otherwise noted . Time Comments Asparagus ( fresh spears ) l lb . 5 to 8 mhl . , In 1 ½ - qt . at ) long glass baking Med - High ( 7 ) dish , t ) la ( e 1 / 4 ( tl t ) waw _ ; ( frozen spears ) lO - oz , package 4 to 7 nfin . Ill 1 - ( it . ( asserole . ( fresh green ) llb . cuthlhalf lOto 15mhl . Ill 1 ½ - ( 1t . casserole , ] ) lace 1 / 2 cup WilteT . ( frozen green ) lO - oz , package 4 to 8 nfin . Ill 1 - ( it . casserole , ] ) lace 2 tablesl ) oons w _ tel _ ( frozen lima ) lO - oz , package 4 to 8 nfin . In 1 - ( it . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup Wil [ eT . Beets • S ( fresh , whole ) l bmlch 16 to 22 mhl . Ill 2 - ( it . ( _ l . _ serole , pla ( e / • 1 2 ( u ] ) % % ra [ el ] . Broccoli ( fresh cut ) 1 bunch 5 to 9 nthl . Ill 2 - ( it . casserole , ] ) lace 1 / 2 cup Wil [ el2 ( 1 ¼ to 1Fz lbs . ) ( fresh spears ) 1 bunch 7 to 11 rain . Ill 2 - qt . ( / bl ] / ng glass baking dish , ] ) lace 1 / 4 cup Willel2 ( 1 ¼ to 11 / _ lbs . ) ( frozen , 10 - oz . package 4 to 7 nfin . Ill 1 - ( tt . casse _ xlle . chopped ) ( frozen spears ) ] O - oz . package 4 to 7 mhl . In l - ( t t . ( asserole , ] ) ] a ( e 23tablesl ) oons v , atel2 Cabbage ( fresh ) lmeditunhead 6to lOmb1 . Ill 1 ½ - ( / r 2 - ( it . casserole , ] ) lace ( about 2 lbs . ) 1 / 4 cup wi | lel2 ( wedges ) 5 to 9 n _ l . Ill 2 - or 3 - ( it . casse _ xlle , ] ) lace 1 / 4 cup water . Carrots 1 lb . 4 to 8 nthl . ( fresh , sliced ) Ill 1 ½ - ( 1t . casserole , ] ) lace 1 / 4 cup willel2 ( frozen ) lO - oz , package 3 to 7 nthl . In 1 - ( it . casserole , ] ) lace 2 tablesl ) oons watel : Cauliflower ii i @ J ! lii 1 medimn head 7 to 11 nth _ . ( flowerets ) Ill 2 - ( it . casserole , ] ) lace 1 / 2 cup Wiltel2 1 medimn head 7 to 15 nth _ . ( fresh , whole ) Ill 2 - ( it . casserole , ] ) lace 1 / 2 cup Wil [ eT . ( frozen ) lO - oz , package 3 to 7 nth _ . In 1 - ( it . casserole , ] ) lace 2 tal ) les ] ) ( / ( / ns ' _ \ ' _ teg 18
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ge . com Time Comments Amo , nt Corn 2 to 6 mhl . ( frozen kernel ) lO - oz , package Ill 1 - ( it . casserole , t ) la ( e iiii iiH ! 2 tat ) lest ) OOllS water . ! i ii , iii iiiiii ! Corn on the cob ( fresh ) 1 to 5 ears 11 / 4 to 4 mln . In 2 - qt . glass baking dish , place corn . It corn is in husk , use no per ear water ; if coru has been husked , add ] / 4 cu t ) water . Rearrange alter half of time . ( frozen ) 1 ear 3 to 6 mhl . Place in 2 - qt . oblong glass baking dish . Cover with vented 2 to 3 mhl . 2to6ears plastic wmt ) . Rearnmge alier per ear half of dine . Mixed vegetables 2 to 6 mhl . ( frozen ) lO - oz , package In 1 - ( it . casserole , t ) la ( e ) t d ) les t OOllS ' ¢ _ it ( 1 . Peas 7 to 10 rain . ( fresh , shelled ) 2 lbs . tmshelled In 1 - ( it . casserole , t ) lace l / 4 cup water : 2 to 6 nfin . ( frozen ) lO - oz , package In 1 - ( tL casserole , t ) lace 2 mt ) lesl ) oons wamr . Potatoes Peel and cut into 1 " cut ) es . 9 to 12 rain . ( fresh , cubed , 4 potatoes white ) ( 6 to 8 oz . each ) Place in 2 - qt . casserole with 1 / 2 cup water . Siir after half of time . 2 to 4 nfin . ( fresh , whole , 1 ( 6 to 8 OZ . ) Pierce wfih cooking tork . Place ill cenler of the oven , Iet siand sweet or white ) 5 minutes . Spinach lOto 16oz . 3 to 6 nfin . In 2 - qt . casserole , t ) lace washed st ) inach . ( frozen , chopped 1O - oz . package 3 to 6 nthl . In 1 - qt . casserole , t ) la ( e and leaf ) 3 tal ) lest ) OOllS water . Squash ( fresh , summer 1 lb . sliced 3 to 5 ntha . In 1 ½ _ - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 and yellow ) cup t _ te _ x Cut in halt and remo _ e fibrous ( winter , acorn , 1 or 2 squash 5 to 9 nfin . or butternut ) ( about 1 lb . each ) membranes . In 2 - qL oblong glass baking dish , place S ( luash cut - skte - down . Turn cm - side - u l ) alier 4 minutes . 19
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ii + ii Aboutthe timefeatures . TimeDefrost Allows you to detix ) st for a selected length of time . _ ' , , , , , 66 6 I See the Defrosting Guide / or suggested dines . TIME DEFROST Prcss TIME DEFROST i lJo , 41o , + + Jl , Z4 _ Enter ( tetix _ sting time . l + A , II & lloZ4 p , ( , ssSTART I , II8II9I Power level is mm ) maticallv set at 3 , but can t ) e chm _ gcd . EEl " tim can deli'ost small items quickly b } raising die t ) o _ , , vr lc \ el a / ier entering tile time . Power level 7 cuts tile total deti'osting time in about hal / : , power / eve / 10 celts the ( _ ) total time to at ) l ) mximately 1 / 3 . I { owevec / ood will need H / ore / i'eqtlellt attention tl / _ tll IIS / lal . START A dull tlmmping noise ma } be heard dining deti : osdng . This is normal when oven is not operating at High t ) owet : Defrosting _ 7ps _ : Foods / i'ozcn in paper or plastic can t ) e deti'osted in d _ e 1 ) a ( kagc . Closed 1 ) a ( kages should be slit , t ) ier _ ed or vented AI _ I'ER tood h _ s 1 ) _ mially deti'ostcd . Plasti ( storage ( omainers should be partially m _ ( o _ ere ( t . J } Fmnily - size , 1 ) rcl ) a ( kagcd / i'ozcn dinners ( an be deti'oswd and microw _ v ( t , ff the tood is in a toil con | _ lil / eK | l ? _ tllSt ( ' l ? it | 0 a n / icrowavc - sali _ ' dish . Foo ( ts that spoil easily should not t ) e _ dlowed to sit out tot more d _ an one hour alter deti : osdng . Roonl tcml ) eramre tnx ) motes tile gTowth Of hmrmflfl 1 ) _ ( te _ da . _ : For mot ( ' even deti'osung of larger / oods , such as roasts , use Auto Defrost . P , e sure large merits m : e completely deti'osted betore cooking . _ : When de / i'osted , tood should be cool but so / tened in all areas . If still slightly icy , rcmm t ( ) the microwa _ v ii _ iiiiiiKiii _ ! lii very briefly , or let it stand a tbw mim _ tes . 20
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ge . com ; DefrostingGuide 1 _ Time Comments Breads , Cakes Bread , buns or rolls ( 1piece ! 1 / 4 lffln , _ Sweetrolls ( approx . 12 oz . ) 2 to 4 nthl , Rearnmge alier ha | [ die thin + . Fish and Seafood Fillets , frozen ( 1 lb . ) 6 m 9 n _ m . Pla ( e 1 ) lo ( k i ) _ cas . serole . " Itml o \ er mld Shellfish , small pieces ( I lb . ) 3 to 7 rim1 , break ul ) aher ha | I the time . Fruit Plastic pouch - - 1 or 2 l to 5 nm _ . ( lO - oz . package ! Meat Bacon ( 1 lb . ) 2 to 5 lllhl . Pla ( e uuopeued pa ( kage in oveu . l . et stand 5 minute . s after del } ' osting . Franks11lb . ) 2 to 5 nfin . Place tntol ) e ) ted t ) ackage iu o + xell , Microwa \ e just tmtil ti'auks can t ) e Sel ) _ traled . [ _ el stand g _ miHtltes , if lleCe . _ N + lF } ' , | 0 CO ) IJ t ) lele ( | eJiX ) slil / g ' . Turn meat oxer after first h ; d / of time . Groundmeat ( I IbJ 4 to 6 n _ m . Roast : beef . lamb , veal , pork 9 to ] 3 nfin . Use power level 1 . per lb . Steaks , chops and cutlets 4 to 8 nfin . Place mlwmpl ) ed meat ill fcooking dish . Turn over atier tirst half o time per lb . and shieM wal'm areas with toil . Alter second half of time , separate pieces with table kni / ( ' . Iet stand to comt ) lete de / i'osting . Poultry 14 to 20 mhl . Chicken , broiler4ryer [ ) lace wral ) ped chicken in dish . Unwra t ) and tm : n over after { i17sthalf of time . cutup ( 2 ½ to 3 lbsj 2 ' d + tersecond half of time , sel ) amte pieces and [ ) lace in cooking dish . Microwme 2 _ nlinutes more , ff necessarx : [ _ et stand _ t t _ r Ill ] lltlteS tO tinish defi'os { ing . Chicken , whole 20 to 25 ndn . I ) la ( e vvrral ) t ) e ( t ( hi ( ken ill dish . Alk _ r halt " ( 2 ½ te 3 Ibs . ) the tilIle , / ln'Wl ? _ ll ) and t [ ll ? ll ( hi ( kell over . Shield waml areas wid / toil . To comt ) lem ( | etix > sling , ) tin cold walel ; in the eaGlv m / Ill gg ) lels ( an lie remo ' _ e ( t . Cornish het _ 7 to 13 rain . Pla ( e tlllWF _ lt ) l ) ed hell in the oxen per lb . oI time . Rtu / cool vca [ el _ ill the cavity m / til , + + + + , , + + o - , + , , , , , , r . . + , , , + i : lii : ! g _ tllets ( an l > e remoxed . 3 to 8 nfin . Turkey breast ( 4 to 6 Ibs . ) Pklce tlllWral ) l ) e ( t breast ill l / / ] ClXiwa _ e - saJ'e dish l > re ; tst - si ( te - ( tov , ll . Alk _ r halt ot time , per lb . turn t / re + tst , si ( te - tq ) and shield v , arm areas with toil . I ) efrost tor secon ( t halt of time . l * _ t sumd 1 - 2 hom : s ill retiJgemtor to eoml ) lete defix > sting . 21
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ii , , + ii Aboutthe timefeatures . ExpreCsosok This is a quick way to set cooking time for I - 6 minutes . Press one of the Express Cook pads ( fl'om 1 to 6 ) [ k ) r 145 minutes ot cooking at power level I0 . For example , ] ) ross the 21 ) _ 11 | / or 2 minutes ot ( ooking time . " Ill ( ' pow ( ' r h'v ( ' ] ( _ u / tie changt ! d as tim ( ' is counting down . Pr ( ' ss POWERLEVEL and enter 1 - 10 . 30 Seconds You can use this feature two wags , _ : ; : It will add 30 s ( , ( onds to the tim ( ' ( otmting ( _ ( ) _ % r _ ( ' _ l ( h tim ( ' ill ( ' t1 _ 1 ( t is pr ( ' ss ( ' ( t . i ; _ i It € m / be used as a quick wa } to set 30 s ( ' conds of cooking dine . ii _ iiiiii ! iii + iL _ iii _ ! lii
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Aboutthe conveniencefeatures . 9e.co , Popcorn iiii iiH ! POPCORN Follow ) ackage instructions usin , _ me Cook ! i ii , iii iiiiii ! r ' _ _ it die package is less d / an 1.75 oun _ es or larger L00 = _ , 00,1 I _ I than 2 / . 5 oun _ es . Pla _ e the package of popcorn I I ill the ( ? ( ! ll | ( ! F Of tile n / icrowave . ( lesstime ) ( m0rteime ) Press POPCORN once for a 3.5 ( mnce package Useonlywithprepackaged Of popcorll , twi ( e _ ( ) 1 : a . _ • 0 ( ) till ( ' ( ' } ) a ( ' ka _ e , , OF microwavpeopcornweighing 1.75to3.5ounces . three times for a ] . 75 om / ( e package . The o _ , en starts immediawlv . How toAdjustthePopcornProgramto Providea Shorter orLongerCookTime If you find that tile brand of popcorn you use / lndel ] ) OpS or o _ vrcooks consistent ] } ' , } _ ) / l c } tn add or subtra ( t 20 seconds Io tile autonmtic popping time . Toadd time : Afler pressing POPCORN , press 9 immediamlv after the o \ en starts J _ ) r an extra 20 seconds . To subtract time . • , \ fler pressing POPCORN , press 1 immediawlv after the oven starts tor 20 se ( onds lex , , ( ooking ume . Beverage To use die Beverage Ii : aturc : Prc . _ sBEVERAGoEre , . ' tbr a 4 oz . lx ' , . vrag , . ' , t % ri ( [ ( ( ' ) 1 " KT _ I an 8 oz . be \ en _ ge or three times tbr a 12 oz . beverage . BEVERAGE Drinks heated with the Beverage feature may be very hot Remove the container with care . 23
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ii , , + ii Aboutthe conveniencefeatures . Reheat ! / ' " ' ] i ¸ i ( ¸ ¸ ! The Reheat Ibaum " ] ' cheats 1 to 3 scr \ ' ings oJ mmlv iii - c : : : : i ] m'viousl } cooked tbods . REHEAT Press REHEAT s _ , ] , r , , o , od , > _ _ , _ o , - o , + , _ _ , , , _ C , , i , , _ , Rg , , e , heat For tbod ty ] , es 1 - 5 , press 2or 3 to reheat 2or . . . . . . . . . 3 . . . s . . e . . r.d . . n . . g _ . START p , . _ S , , T , ART NOTE . " The serving size may be changed or added after pressing START Press number pad 1,2 or 3 . Serving size for food type 6 cannot be changed . Reheat Guide COlUluents I Pasta ( ] O _ , X'F with lid OF v _ . ' l / t _ . ' d plastic W [ ' _ { t ) . 2 Meats , casseroles , pizza Co _ t'r with lid or vented plastic wra ] ) . 3 Fruits and vegetables Co _ t'r with lid or vented plastic wrap . 4 Beverages , 8 - 10 oz . Use wide mouth mug . 5 Sauces and gravies Covcr with lid or _ t'nted plastic wrap . 6 Plate of leftovers Co _ t'r with vented plastic wrap . ( 2 to 3 foods , 4 oz . each )
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ge . com Cook The Cook ff'amre autonmti ( all _ sets die ( poking times _ tl / d pow ( ! l _ lexels tot a variel _ ot foods . iiii iiH + ! i ii + + iii iiiiii ! _ Press COOK _ Select / pod type 1 - 9 ( see the Cook Guide below ) . _ Emer _ * x'ight in ( mnces . _ Press START Hint : Press and hold the COOKpad during cooking to display the food type and remaining cook time , Cook Guide : _ Weight Comments I Canned Vegetables 4 to 90 oz . Use l / li ( l'o \ _ ra _ , e - sali2 ( as . Nel _ ole ( ) F | ) o \ _ l . ( Jovel " wit ] / lid or \ euted plasti ( \ * rap . 2 Frozen Vegetables 4 to 16 oz . Use mi ( ro \ _ axe - sa / ( " ( as . ' , erole or bowl . Follow package il _ smzctious / br adding \ _ a _ ter . Co _ vr with lid or _ + emed pla , ' , tic wrap . 3 Fresh Vegetables 4 to 16 oz . Use l / / i ( 1x ) waxe - sa ] [ " ( - asbeFoleOF | ) owl , Add 7 tablespoons \ vateF / ( ) l " each serving . Co _ er with lid or _ cutcd plastic w / ' ; t ] ) . 4 Potatoes 8 to 40 oz . Pierce skin with Jerk . Place t ) ° tat ° cs OH lhe ttlrHtal ) le . 5 Fish 4 to 16 oz . Use oblol / g , square or round dish . Co \ er with _ euted plastic wnq ) . 6 Chicken Pieces 4 to 40 oz . Use oblong , S ( lttare or round dish . Cover with _ cuted plastic wnq ) or wa x : t ) al ) er " 7 GroondMeat 8 to 48 oz . Use I'Olll / d casserole dish . ( if'Ill / lille ( beef , pork , turkey ) meat into ( lish . Co _ er \ _ , ith lid or _ ( ' uted t ) lastic wrap . 8 Bacon 2 to 10 oz . [ , ayer snJl ) s on a plate , 4 to a laver ; Co \ er each laver with a paper towel . 9 Pizza 4 to 16 oz . Follow package inslruclioHs to ( frozen , microwaveable ) prepare pizza | or l / / i ( 1X ) \ V ; l \ _ llg , 25
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Aboutthe conveniencefeatures . Auto Defrost Llse Auto Defrost tor meat , t ) OI ] ] tl'y _ tl / d _ isJ / . I - Is ( ! Time Defrost for most other ti'ozen toods . AUTO DEFROST Auto Defrost automati ( a ] ] v sets the ( telex ) sting times and DDD ] ) ( } W ( H " lexels to g { xe exert ( tet _ ' osdng results for meats , p ( ) / | ll ] ' y _ ind tish . DDDD DD Using the Conversion Guide bekm , enter toed weight + D S e " • S . . . . . . . . . 1 . _ . . o . . l . example , pl ( s _ t ) i ( L I a 1 ( 1 2 tor 1.2 t ) ° / _ ( L ( 1 polmd , 3 olm ( es ) . START There is a handy guide located on the inside front of the oven . Guide ] _ ( H / / O ' _ ( _ 1 / / ( _ t1 [ ] ° ( ) l / / t ) a ( } kag ( ! 811 ( t t ) ] it ( } ( ! Oll llli ( } I'OWaV ( ? - s _ d'edish . " IMce during defl : osl , the oxen sigllals " TURn . " At each " TURn " sip , ] lal , ttll : n | ] l ( f [ D ( ) ( | ov ( ' I % ] ) _ ( ' IllOV ( ' ( leIi'osied meat or shield warm ar ( ' as with small pieces of tbil . ; _ } , \ tt ( ' l : ( le [ ] x ) Siillg , lllOSt 111eats ll ( ! ( fd | o st _ tll ( l , _ IIIJlltI | ( ? S to ( : omt ) lete defrosting . I + atge roasts shotfl ( t smn ( t tbr al > ottt 30 minutes . Conversion Guide If the weight of food is stated in pounds and ounces , the ounces must be converted to tenths ( . 1 ) of a pounr _ 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
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_ iiiii + i + ii + il ; li + + + + + ! i / ii + i + + ii Aboutthe otherfeatures , ge . co , , CookingComplete Reminder To relIlilld VOtl that votl ] / _ e t ( ) od ill the o ' _ ell , the o _ , ell ' + ' + rill 1 ) ( _ ( ! } ) O11 ( ( ? _ ' + II / ill / It ( ! IlHti ] " _ ' O / l ( ! ith ( ! F op ( ! ll t ] K ? o _ , ( ? 11 door or pre . _ , CLEAR / OFF . ! i _ ii + iii _ iiiiii ! Clock Pl ; e . _ to ellt ( tl ; the tiHle ( ) _ ( t _ v OF to ( h ( t ( k the tiHle ( ) _ _ ° J " I d ; _ y while mk rowaving . _ , _ + C . L _ + OCK PressSTARTor CLOCK . 11112il - 10 - ] I iii ii Delay Oelay _ , lllows _ o / 1 to set the mi ( rowa ' , e to delay ( ookillg up to 12 hom : s . DELAY PressDELAY . EIIt ( _ 17 th ( _ tiHl ( _ _ ' Otl " r _ ' + llt th ( ' ( ) V ( _ II tO St _ ' + I't + ( B ( ' S / ' 17 ( _ + the H ' + iCI _ OW _ ' + V ( ( ! lock shows the ( orlTeCt till / ( ! oJ [ : day + ) Select ) our desired cooking prog _ : am . _ - ] : _ t're . _ s START The Delayfimc will bc di _ pL , } ed . The o _ en will mttoln _ zti ( - ; + z | | v slm _ t ; + ztthe ( h'l _ v ( ' d tim ( + . The time of ( t _ ' + r _ HvIaV 1 ) ( _ displa } ed by pressing CLOCK .
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iil ii About the other features . ChildLock - Out _ ( ) / l Illt / } ] ock [ ] / ( * control | ) _ mcl t _ ) [ ) F ( * \ ( ' II [ [ h ( * illiCl'O _ tl \ ( ti'om b ( ing accid ( ntal / } started or used l ) } children . ' Ib lock or unlock th ( comrols , imss and hold CLEAR / OFF CLEAR Jot about thre _ seconds . When th ( colm'ol l : ) anel is OFF lock _ d , an Lwill b ( diN ) layed . ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 2 ; ( ; ; _ ; ; ; ) ; ; ; ; ;
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_ e . COITI Timer I < ! : : , iiii iiH + TIMER _ ' _ [ 10pCI _ ttCS as a lIlill / l [ ( ! [ ilIIcr . ! i _ ii + + iii _ iiiiii ! It can be used as a hold setting after deti'osting . i ¸ i D i The _ mer o | ) er _ + + tes + witl / ollt l / / i ( rowax ( _ ell ( ! r _ ' . i ¸ C DDi How toUseasa Minute Timer TIMER . Enter the amotmt of time + ou want to ( otmt _ l ( ' _ r _ . + + _ Pr , + + S + taRTWh ( , , , th ( , tim ( , i + . p , th ( , ti , . ( , r . . . . . . . . . . w . . . i . l . l . . . s . i . g . nal . How to Use to Delay the Start of Cooking You ( an set the IIli ( r ( ) + W + l _ , t ( o ! dela } ( ooking up to 99 minutes and 99 seconds . Press TIMECOOK and enter the amount of . . . . . . . . . . < . . ( . > . . . ( . ) . k . . i . ng time . Press TIMER and enter the amotmt of tim ( ! to delay . . . . . . . . . . t . h . . e . . . . . s . t . a . rt of ( ( > ( ) king . ; 3 ! : p , ( s + StaRTTh ( _ , , , ( , , r , _ 1 _ 1 , + _ . i , , , , , , , t _ . _ do , , , , . . . . . . . . . . t . o . . . . z . . e . r . . o . and ( ooking ' + + , + itlhlen begin . Howto Use to Set a Holding 7 _ me You ( an set a holding time between Defrost and Time Cook , fl'om one se ( ond to 99 minutes . Press TIME DEFROST Enter deflx > sting time . th ( ss TIMER . . . . . . . . . . . h . . o . . l . d . . . . . . . iiiii ! i ! ' ii ¸ _ { + , + + + : i ! ii ! + + iiii ! Press TIME COOK Enter ( ooking time . Press START 29
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iil ii Microwave terms . Definition Arcing Arcing is the l / / i ( 170w _ l \ ' t . ' | t . ' l'l / / _ ( ) l " S _ ) _ t _ Fks in the o \ ' cn . Arcing is caused by : ! _ metal or Jk ) il touching the side of the oven . i : ' _ i _ ) il that is not molded to _ ) od ( upturned edges act like _ 11 ItCII1 I _ tS ) . _ : metal such a _ , t ' _ , ' Jst - ties , poulu U ] ) ins , gold - _ fmmcd dishes . _ : recyded paper towels comaining small metal pieces . Covering Co _ ' r . s hold in moisture , _ dlow / _ ) r more cvcn heating and reduce ( ooking time . _ ' nting plasti ( v4F _ lpOF CO \ eYillg Witl / _ r _ Ip _ _ q ) er _ t ] l ( ) ] _ ' S ( ! X ( ( } SS S | ( ! ; ' Illl [ 0 ( } S ( ; ' I ] ) ( L Shielding ] n a regular o _ cn _ ou shield ( hi ( ken bre ; , sts or bakcd t _ ) ods _ o l ) l _ ( ? _ , ( ' ll [ O ' _ ( _ I < ' | ) F ( ' Vv'IIilI _ , _ ' ] 1 ( ! 11 llli ( FOVT _ IVilI _ ' , VO [ I I | S ( _ SlIli'tll S [ I < ' il ) S o [ foil to shield fifth 1 ) _ ms , su ( h as the tips of Wil / g . N _ tl / d legs on poultry , which would ( ook betore larger parts . Standing Time _ ¥ hcn xou ( ook with regular o ' _ ens , foods su ( h as roasts or cakes are allowed to stand to finish cooking or to set . Standing time is ( sl ) eciall } ' important in iilicrovvraxe ( ooking . Note that a l / / i ( l'OW _ l _ ed ( _ lk ( ' is llOt t ) la ( ( ' d on _ 1 ( oolillg ) _ ( k . Venting \ tier ( o ' _ ering a dish with l ) lasti ( VVrl : _ I _ p ( , ) I | _ , ( _ llt the l ) lasti ( vvrF _ II ) | ) _ ' turning 1 ) a ( k one ( orner so ex ( ess steam ( m _ es ( _ q ) e .
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Careand cleaningof the microwave oven . 9e.co , , Helpful Hints An o ( ( _ lsional thorough wipillg with ; - isolution of baking soda and _ sr _ { _ ] : keeps the inside ti'esh . iiii iiH ! ! i ii @ iiii ! Unplug the cord before cleaning any part of this oven . How to Clean the Inside Walls , Floor , Inside Window , Metal and Plastic Parts on the Doer Sol / / _ ' s _ ) _ tttel's ( _ tl / t ) _ ' FelIlO ' _ ed with _ t p _ l ] ) eF towel , others _ { SlldN _ r ( loth , then rinse with a dmn t ) ( loth . Do not use abmsi _ x ' cleaner . , , or shat ] _ utensils on o \ en walls . Toclean the surface of the door and the surface of the oven that come together upon closing , use only mild , nonabrasivesoaps or detergents using a sponge or soft cloth . Rinse with a damp cloth andd _ z Never use a commercial oven cleaner oe anypart of your microwave . Removable Turntable and Turntable Support ' [ ' o prexent breakage , do not place the tttrntable ilJ4o " W _ t | ( ! I ' . iIISt _ ttt _ l " < ooking . Wash it ( m : efully ill _ * _ r _ trl / / , sudsy _ r _ t | ( ! 17OF in the ( lisllwashel : The ttu : ntable m _ d support ( all 1 ) ( ! | ) token i { " droi ) p ( ' d . R ( ! III ( ! III | ) ( ! I ; do llOt operate the o \ en without the turntable and support in pla ( e . 37
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iil ii Careand cleaning of the microwave oven . How to Clean the Outside Do not use cleaners containing ammonia or alcohol on the microwave oven . Ammonia or alcohol can damage the appearance of the microwave . Case Clem ) the outside of the microwave with a su ( ts _ cloth . Rinse m _ d then dry . Wil ) e the window ( lem _ with a dam I ) ch ) th . Control Panel and Door Wil ) e with a dam 1 ) ch ) th . Dry rthoroughly r . Do not use cleaning sprays , large am ( rants of soap and water abrasives or sharp ok ! jects on the panel - - tht \ v can damage it . Some paper towels cm _ also scratch the control 1 ) m _ el . Door Surface It's important to kee t ) the area clean where the door seals ag _ dnst the microwm e . Else Olfly mild , non - abrasive detergents apt ) lied with a clean sponge or soft cloth . Rinse well . Stainless Steel ( on some models ) Do not usea steel - wood pad ; it will scratch the surface . To ( ? lean the stainless steel surl _ tce , use a hot , ( taln l ) ch ) th with a mild detergent suitable / k ) r stainless steel sm : li _ ces . Use a ( lean , hot , ( Iron t ) cloth to remove soap . [ ) l ' _ rwith _ t dr } , clem _ cloth . Alwa } _ ' _ scrub lightly in the direction of the wain .
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iiii ; ii } i { / i ! ! iii / / H ! ! ! ! Before you call for service . . . 9e.co , , Troubleshooting - 5ps Save time and money / . Review the chart below first and you may not need to call for service . Possible Causes What To Do Oven willnot start A fuse hi your home P . epla ( c tiLse or reset ili ! Jiii / iii / ii ! iiiii / iii ; ii _ i may be blower1 or file ( ir ( uit brt'akcn circuit breaker tripped . Power surge . * Uni ) lug the microwave oxen , then | ) lug it back in . Plug not ftdly hlserted * Make sure tl _ e 3 - prong hlto wall outlet , t ) lug on the oxen is iullv inserted into w _ lll outlet . i _ ! ii _ i _ iiiii : i : , , _ iiiii Door not securely closed . ( ) pen the door and ( lose securelM Controlpanellighted , Door not securely dosed . ( ) | ) en the door and close seCIIFeIV . yetovenwill notstart STARTpad not pressed * Pre . _ s START after enterhlg cookhlg selection . Anofller selection entered Pre . _ s CLEAR / OFF already h _ toven aod CLEAR / OFF pad not pressed to cmlcel it . Cooking time not entered _ Make sure you hay ( ' after presshlg TIMECOOK . entered cooking lime aher pressing TIME COOK CLEAR / OFF was pressed Reset cooking | ) rogram accidentally , and t ) ress START Food weight not entered Make sure you hme after presshlg AUTO entered | ood weight DEFROST after pressing AUTO DEFROST Food type not entered Make sure you have after presshag REHEAT entered a / ood type . or COOK 33
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iiiiiiYiiiiii _ : _ iiqii ! iii ' _ iii ! iiiiiii Before you call for service . . . Things ThatAre Normal With YourMicrowave Oven _ Steam or _ q ) or escaping / i'om aromld the dool _ _ : I ight re { le ( tion m'omld door or outer c _ lse . _ > Dimming oven light and change in the 1 ) loweF SOill / d H | t ) ( _ r ( ' _ " levels other than high . _ : Dull tlmmping s ( mnd while oven is operating . _ 5 } TkVm ( tio interim'fence might be noticed while using the microwave ' . Similar to tile interim'fence ( aused by other small appliances , it does not indicate a lm ) blem with the mic _ x ) wm e . Plug the microwave into a di / / i . ' rem electrical ei _ xuit , mo _ ' the radio or TV as Ira : aw _ lv / i'om tile microwave as possible , or che ( k the position mid signal of tile TV / radio antenna . 34
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GEMicrowave Oven Warranty . Allwarrantyserviceprovidedby ourFactoryService Staple your receipt here . Centerso , ranauthorizedCustomeCr are _ technician . Proof of the original Toscheduleservice , on - line2 , 4hoursaday , visit purchase date is needed usat ge . como , rcall800 . G £ CARE ( S800 . 432.2737 ) . to obtain service under Pleasehaveserialandmodenl umbersavailable the warranty . whencallingforservice . GE Will Replace : One Year Any part oi the ) / / ic1 ; owa ' _ ( _ OX ( ! ll whkh t _ dls due to a From the date ofthe def ( ! ( t in n / aterials or worklnm / stlil ) . During tl / is limited origina / purchase one - year warranW , ( ; E will ; dso pro ' 4dc , free of charge , all labor mid r ( ' latcd s ( ' r _ k e to rot ) lace thc dc / b ( tiv ( ' | ) m : t . For the above limited warranty : Toavoid any trip charges , youmust take the microwave oven to a General Electric CustomerCare ® servicer and pick it up following service . In - home service is also available , but youmust pay for the service technician'stravel costs to your home , _ : Service Wips to your home to teach _ : Replacement of house fuses or you how to use die product . resetth . _ gof circuit breakers . _ : hnproper hlstallafion , defivery or _ : Dmnage to die product caused by ulalntenance . accident , fire , floods or acts of God . J ? Product not accessible to provide J _ Incidental or consequential damage required service . caused by possible defects with rids applimlce . _ : Failure of the product or damage to the product if it is abused , misused _ : Damage caused after delivery . ( for example , cavity arcing from wire rack or metal / foil ) , or used for odler film1 die hltended purpose or used colmnercially . EXCLUSION OFIMPLIED 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 . Thiswarranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeedingowner for products purchased for home use within the USA . If the product is located in an area where serviceby a GEAuthorized Servicer is not available , youmay be responsible for a trip charge or youmay be required to bring the product to an Authorized GEServiceLocation for service , In Alaska , the warranty excludes the service calls to your home . Some states do not allow the exclusionor limitation of incidental or consequential damages . This warranty gives youspecific legal rights , and you may also haveother rights which varyfrom state to state . Toknow what your legal rights are , consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General Warrantor : GeneralElectricCompanyL . ouisville , KY 40225 35
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