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9 4 @ 507 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 36 PH Page 1 / i _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ge . com Safety Information . . 2 - 11 Consumer Support ( _ onSllllleY Operating Instructions Support . . . . . Back Cover Auto Feature . . . . . . . . 21 ridS1651 Wammty . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Microwave Temls . . . . . 28 Oilier Featm _ s . . . 26 , 27 Oven Featm _ s . . . . 12 , 13 Power Levels . . . . . . . . 14 > Sensor Featm _ s . . 22 - 25 Time Featm _ s . . . . 15 - 20 Care and Cleaning 0 Inside . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Outside . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Turntable . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Troubleshooti _ N _ . . . k . . ! . 7 . . . . . . Tips . . . . . . . . . . . 31 , 32 . . . k . . ! . 7 . . . . . . Things That Are Normal . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 © Write themodel and serial numbershere : Model # Serial # Find these numbers on a label inside the oven . 3828W5A8 # 87 # 9 - 40507 ODOld8 i N >
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9 40507 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 36 PH Page 2 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 Do Not Operate the oven if it Do Not Attempt to opecate this o _ n with the door open is damaged . It is particularly since open - do ( , r opelation important that the oven c , m resuh in harmfid door close properly and that expos / Ire to microwave there is no damage to the : energ } : It is import , rot not & ) or ( bent ) , to deJc , tt or tamper with the N _ . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . safety inmrlocks . _ ( brokenhianngdl'aetsclhoeoSsoerned ) , Do Not Place any object between the oven fl'ont _ surfacesse . adlOs oarnd sealing fi _ ce and the door or albw soil or cleaner residue to The Oven Should Not be accumul , tte on sealing adjusted or repaired by surJ _ lces . anyone except properly qualNed service personnel . SAFETYPRECAUTIONS When using electrical appliances , basic safety precautions should be followed , including the foflowing : + ; Inst ; dl or locate this ReadmM % 1 ( : : : the specific precautions in the Precautions appliance only in accordance toAvoid PossibleExposureto with the pr _ Mded InstMlation Instructions . ExcessiveMicrowave Energy section above . + ; Be certain to pl ; tce the flont surface of fl - le door three This appliance must be inches or more back fl'om grounded . Connect only to a properly grounded the countertop edg _ to avoid outlet . See the Grounding accident ; d tipping of the Instructions section on p , tg _ 8 . appliance in normM usage .
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 36 PH Page 3 : _ ge . com Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this Owner's Manual This microwave oven is not To reduce the risk of fire in the approved or tested tbr marine use . oven caviW : Do not mount this appliance - - Do not overtook food . Careflllly over a sink . attend appliance when papei ; plastic or other combustible Do not II / Otlllt tile ii / icrow , tve materials are placed inside the O * , _ 11 O * , _ r OF Hear ally portion of oven while cooking . a heating or cooking appliance . - - Remove wire twist - ties and metal Do not store anything directly handles tiom paper or plastic on top of tile microwave oven containers before placing them StlrJilce whell tile microwave oven in the oven . is in opelafion . - - Do not use tile oven Jot stolag _ Do not opel _ ate this appliance if purposes . Do not leave paper it has a damaged power coM or products , cooking utensils or plug , if it is not working properly , tood in the oven when not in use . or if it has been damaged or - - If materials inside the oven dropped . . . . \ . 1 . . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . \ . 1 . . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . ignite , kee I ) tile oven door Do not co _ vr or block any closed , turn tile oven off and openings on the appliance . disconnect the power toM , or Use this appliance only tilt its shut off power at the fllse or intended use as described in this circuit breaker panel . If the door II / ; : lll / lal . Do Hot rise corrosive is opened , the fire may spread . chemicals or vapors in this - - Do not use the Sensor Features appliance . This microwave oven is twice in succession on the same specifically designed to heat , dry tood portion . If tood is or cook tood , and is not inmnded undercooked after the first lot laboratory or industrial use . countdown , use 77me Cool ( fiw Do not store this appliance additional cooking time . outdoors . Do not use this See door surJace cleaning product near water - - Jor instructions in tile Care and example , in a wet basement , cleaning of the microwave oven near a swimming pool , near section of this inanual . a sink or in similar locations . This appliance should be serviced Keep power cord away from only by qualified mla'ice pel _ onnel . heated surfilces . Contact nearest aufllOfized service Do not immerse power cord t { wilitv fill " examination , repair or or plug in water . a ( ! j / lStll / ellt . Do not let power cord hang over As with any appliance , close edge of table or counmn supervision is necessary when used by children .
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9 40507 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 36 PH Page 4 fi % IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . . 4 , WARNING ! ARCING If you see arcing , press the CLEAR / OFFpad and correct the problem . Arcing is the microwm'e term Met ; d , such as twist - ties , for sparks in / he oven . Arcing poult * ) ' pins or g _ dd - rimmed is caused by : dishes , in the mmrowave . Metal or foil touching the Reovled paper towels side of the oven . cont ; dmng small met ; d pieces being used in the microwave . Foil not molded to tood ( upturned edges act like antennas ) . N _ FOODS . . . \ . [ . ; . . . . . . . . . . \ . [ . . 2 . . . . . . + ; Do not pop popcorn in put ( ) petating the microwave ll / icro _ VilVe oven / lllless ill a with no % od inside % r more special ll / icrowitve popcorn than a minute or two may accesso W or unless you use cause dmnag _ to the oven and could start a fire . It popcorn labeled for use in lille rO _ VIIVe ovens . increases the heat around the magnetron mM can Some products such as shormn the life of the oven . whole eggs and seMed + ; F _ × Ms wifll unbroken outer cont ; finerstbr ex ; unple , closed jars - - are able m % kin " such its potatoes , hot explode mM shoMd not be dogLs , s ; t / lsagcs , tomatoes , heamd in this mmrowave apples , chicken livers and oven . Such use of the other giblets , lind egg } , oiLs ll / icrowitve o _ 11 Co / lld result should be pierced m allow in iqjm3 ' . stemn to escape during cooking . Do not boil eggs in a microwave oven . Pressure wil buikl up inside egg yolk mM will cause it to burst , possibly resulting in iqjurv .
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 36 PH Page 5 f _ gR . com SUPERHEATEDWATER Avoid heating baby tood in glass jars , even with the lid Liquids , such as water , coffee olE Make sure all inlimt t _ ) od or teaare able to be is thoroughly cooked . Stir overheatedbeyond theboiling tood to distribute the heat point without appearing to be evenly . Be careflfl to prevent boiling . Visiblebubbling or scalding when warming boiling when the container is formula . The container may removedfrom the microwave tbel cooler than the formula ovenis not alwayspresent . really is . Mwa } : s rest the THISCOULDRESULTIN VERY formula 1 ) el _ ) re feeding ! - tOTLIQUIDSSUDDENLY the baby . BOILINGOVERWHEN THE Don't deliost tiozen CONTAINERIS DISTURBEDOR A SPOONOROTHERUTENSIL 1 ) evcl _ agesin narrow - necked IS INSERTEDINTOTHELIQUID . bottles ( especially carbonated 1 ) evcmg _ s ) . Even if the To reduce the risk of injm T container is opened , pressure to persons : can build up . Tlfis can cause the container to burst , N > - - Do not overheat the liquid . . . . \ . 1 . . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . possibly resulting in i @ ury . - - Stir the liquid 1 ) oth Hot t [ ) ods and steam can 1 ) el _ ) re and half , ray througlJ cause burns . Be careflfl when heating it . opening any containers of - - Do not use stl _ aight - sided hot tood , including popcorn containers with narrow bag : s , cooking pouches and necks . boxes . To prevent possible itil ii / / / injur ) ; direct steam away - - Aiter heating , allow the ti'om hands and time . container to stand in the microwave o _ n for a short Do not ox _ rcook potatoes . time l ) eJ _ ) re removing the They could dehydlate and container : catch fire , causing damage to yo / Ir OVelt , - - Use extreme care when inserting a spoon or other Cook meat and pouhry utensil into the container : thoroughly - - meat to at least an INTERNAI , tern pemture of 160 ° F and poult W to at least an INTERNAl , mmpemture of 180 OK Cooking to these tempel _ atures usually protects ag'ainst t [ ) odl ) orne illness . 5
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9 40507 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 36 PH Page IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . . 4 , WARNING ! MICROWAVE - SACFOEOKWARE + ; Make sure all cookware used in Do not use recycled paper your nAcrowavv oven is sui / able products . Recycled paper for microwaving . Most glass towels , napkins and waxed casseroles , cooking dishes , paper can contdn metal measuring cups , cus | _ lrd cup & flecks whkh may cause arcing po / / e W or china dinnerware or ignim Paper products which does not Rive me / allk containing nylon or nylon filmnents should be avoided , trim or glaze with a metallic sheen can be used . Some : asthey may also ignite . cookware is labeled " sni / able Some st yTofbam tlal } : S ( like f _ _ r micr { _ wuving . " those that meat is packaged + ; Ifyou arc not sure ira dish is on ) have a thin strip of metal embedded ill the bottom . microwave - safe , use this test . " Place ill the oven both the _ / \ ] - Jen microwavcd , the metal N _ . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . can burn the floor of the dish you arc testing mid a iiiliilli ! ! lli : i g _ ass measuring cup filled oven or ignite a paper towel . with 1 cup of w ; tmr - - - sm the Do not use the microw , lvc to iii , i _ i _ ii ! i n / e _ ts / u - ing cup tither in or dry nmvspapers . i I next to the dish . Microwave + ; 3045 secon & at high . If the Not all plastic wcap is suit ; d ) le f ( Ir / ISe ill n / icrow ; P _ ovens . dish heats , it should not be used for microwaving . Check the package for proper use . K the dish remains cool ii ! + ; mid only the water ill flle ili = ii _ = iliiii Paper towels , waxed paper cup heats , then the dish is mid plastic wcap can be used n ] ic ro _ V _ lVU - Saf _ . to cover dishes in order to retain moisture and prevent ! iiiliilI + ; ff'yO / l use a n / eat spattering . Be sure to vent flmrmon / eter while cooking , plastic wrap so stealn can make sure it is safe for use escape . ill n / icrow , lve ovuns . + ; ( k ) okware may become hot because of heat mmsfcrred fi'om the heamd food . Pot holders may be needed to handle the cookwm _ e .
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 36 PH Page 7 / _ _ O . com Plastic cookware _ Plastic " Boilable " cooking pouches and tightly closed plastic bags cookware designed tbr should lye slit , pierced or microwave cooking is very vented as directed by useful , but should lye used package . If they are not , carefully . Even microwave - plastic could burst during or saiL = plastic m W not be as imm ediamly after cooking , tolerant of ovcrcooking possibly resulting in i @ ury . conditions as are g _ ass or Also , plastic stoFagv celamic materials and may containers should lye at least soften or char if sul ) jected partially uncovered because to short periods of they form a tight seal . When overcooking . In longer cooking with containers uNposIIFeS to o * , _ l - cooking , the tood and cookware tightly covered with plastic WI ; II ) _ Fell ] ( ) ve covering could ignite . carefiflly and direct steam Follow these guidelines : away ti'om hands and ti _ ce . ii ! IUsen , i . ow , ve Use toil only as directed in . . . . . . . . . p . . l . a . . s . . t . i . c . . s . only and use this guide . TV dinners may them in strict complimlce . . . \ . 1 . . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . \ . 1 . . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . lye microwavcd in foil tFa } : s with the cookware _ 2 l * less than o / 4 high ; remoxe Ill _ ln / lJilct tlFeF _ s the top loll cover and return l'eCoIt / n / endations . the way to the box . h'hen using loll in the microwave Do not microwme empW containers . oven , keep the loll at least 1 " awa } from the sides ii IDo not permit children of the oven . to use plastic cookware without complete supervision .
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9 40507 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 36 PH Page 8 fi % IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! Improper use of the grounding plug can result in a risk of electric shock . GROUNDINIGNSTRUCTIONS This applim3ce must be grounded . In fl _ e event of m3 electrical short drcuit , grounding reduces the risk ofelectric shock by providing m _ escape wire f _ r the electric ctlrrent This applim _ ce is equipped with a power cord having a grounding wire wifl _ a grounding pMg . The plug must be pMgged into an outlet that is properly installed m _ d grounded . Constdt a qualified elec / ridan or service / echnidan if tile grounding instructions are not comple / ely understood , or if doubt exists as to whe / her / he appliance is properly grounded . N _ If the outlet is a s / m _ & _ rd 2 - prong wall oufle / , it is your personal . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . responsibili b ' m _ d obligation m have it replaced with a properly iiiliilli ! ! lli : i gromKted 3 - prong wall outlet iii , i _ i _ ii ! i Do no / under m _ y drcumstmKcs cut or remove tile third ( ground ) prong fl'om tile power cord . i I We do no / recommend using m _ extension cord * _ 4 / hthis applimKe . If the power cord is too short , have a qualified elec / rkim or service technician ins / all an outlet near tile applimKe . ( See WARNING - - EXTENSIONCORDSsecd { , n . ) II _ ii ! ili = ii _ = iliiii For best openttion , plug tl _ is applim _ ce into its own elec / rical outlet to prevent flickering of lights , blowing of fhse or tripping of drcuit breaker . ! iiiliilI _
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9 40507 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 36 PH Page 9 : i % g & com ADAPTEPRLUGS Usage situations where appliance's power cord will he disconnected infrequently Because of potential sate W hazaMs under certain conditions , we strongly recommend against the use of an adapter plug . H _ ) we _ x ; ifyou still elect to use ml adapte _ , where locM codes permit , a TEMPORARY CONNECTION may " be made to a properly grounded 2 - prong wall receptacle by the use of METHOD beforeuse , a UL lismd adapter which is available at most local hardware stores . The lm % er slot in the adapter must be Mig'ned with the lm % ' er slot in the wall receptacle to provide proper polmitv in the connection N _ of the power cord . . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . r , ^ t , , UTION : A aehthienadgapter 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 . _ k ) u shouM have the drcMt checked by a qualified electrician to make sure the receptacle is properly grounded . When disconnecting the power cord fl'om the adaptor , always hold the adaptor with one hand . If this is not done , the adaptor ground mrminal is veW likely to break with repeamd use . Should this happen , DONOTUSEthe appliance until a proper ground k _ s agMn been established . Usagesituationswhereappliance'spower cordwill be disconnected frequently . Do notusean adapterplugin these situations because fl'equent disconnection of the power cord places undue strain on the adaptor and leads m eventual fidlure of the adaptor ground mrndnal . You shoMd N _ vc the two - prong wall receptacle replaced with a three - prong ( grounding ) receptacle by a qualilied electrician bell ) re using the appliance .
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9 405 @ 7 v @ 2 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 36 PH Page 10 fi % IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! EXTENSIOCNORDS A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risks resulting ti'om becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord . Exmnsion cords m _ y be used if } _ m are c m - efiA in using them . If an exmnsion cord is used - - children or tripped over / luintention } _ lly . N _ If you use an exmnsion cord , the inmrior lig _ Jt may flkker and the . . . \ . i . i . ; . . . . . . . . . \ . i . . i . ; . . . . . Mower sound may vm - y when the microwm'c oven is on . Cooking times m _ ty be longer ; too .
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9 405 @ 7 v @ 2 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 36 PH Page 11 fi % READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETY INFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS N _ . . . \ . i . i . ; . . . . . . . . . \ . i . i . ; . . . . . . 11
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9 405 @ 7 v @ 2 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 36 PH Page 12 fi % About the features of your microwave oven . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model . 1150Warts N _ . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . Featuresof the Oven Door Latches . o Window with Metal Shield . Screen allo _ vs cooking to be @ viewed while keeping microwaves confined in the oven . Convenience Guide . @ TouchControlPanelandDisplay . o Door Latch Release . Press latch re ] case to open doon @ mRlle ( p ] millaocveawblheeTnurnustianbgleTt . huernotavbelne . The tsuurnptpa ° brlte mUStmbeabye FClI / ovcd J ( ) I " clcltning ' . NOTE . R " atingplate , oven vent ( s ) and ovenlight are located onthe inside walls of the microwave oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . .
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 13 f _ ge . com Youcan microwave bytime , with the sensor features or with the auto feature . TIMECOOK AUTO / TIMEDEF POPCORN REHEAT BEVERAGE POWERLEVEL VEGETABLE BAKEDPOTATO AUTO / TIME DEF @ @ CookingControls Check the Convenience Guide before you begin . Time Features Press Enter TIMECOOK Amountofcookingtime Pressonceortwice AUTO / TIMEDEFROST Amountofdefrostingtime Presstwice EXPRESSCOOK Startsimmediately ! ADD30SEC Startsimmediately ! POWERLEVEL Powerlevel1 - 10 Sensor Features andAuto Feature Press Enter Option POPCORN Startsimmediately ! more / lesstime BEVERAGE Startsimmediately ! REHEAT Startsimmediately ! more / lesstime BAKEDPOTATO Startsimmediately ! more / lesstime VEGETABLE Startsimmediately ! Pressonce ( freshvegetables ) more / lesstime Presstwice ( frozenvegetables ) more / lesstime Pressthreetimes ( cannedvegetables ) more / lesstime ( onsomemodels ) AUTO / TIMEDEFROST Foodweight Pressonce 73
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9 405 @ 7 v @ 2 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 14 : i % About changing the power level . The power level may be entered or changed immediately alter entering the tcamre time % r TIME COOK , TIMEDEFROSTorEXPRESSCOOKT . he power level POWER LEVEL m _ E also he clmng _ d during time countdown . _ Press TIMECOOKorsdect 77meDefrost . _ Enter cooking or defl'osting time . _ Press POWERLEVEL . _ Select desired power level 1 - 10 . mSeLAOYN / OFF X ; _ triable power levels add flexibility to microwave 0 cooking . The power levels on flle microwave oven can he compared to the surli _ ce umts on a l _ ange . Each power level gives you microwave energy a certain percent of the time . Power level 7 is microwave energ } ' 70 % of the time . Powerlevel3 is energ T 30 % of the time . Most cooking will be & me on High ( power level 10 ) N _ . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . which gives you 100 % power : Power level 10 will cook tipster but t _ ) od m _ g need more ti'equent stirting , rotating or turning ( ) vet : A lower setting will cook more evenly and need less stirring or rotating of the toDd . Some t ( ) ods m W have better flmxm text / ire or appem _ , mce if one of the lower settings is used . Use a lower power level when cooking tk ) ods that Nwc a tendency m boil ovec such as scalloped potatoes . Rest periods ( when the microwave energ T c ) vles eli ) give time t _ ) r the t _ ) od to " equalize " or t * ; msicr heat to the inside of the tk ) od . An exmnple of this is shown with power level _ - the deJi'ost cycle . If microwave energy ( lid not cycle ott ; the outside of the t [ ) od would cook bel _ ) re the inside was deliosmd . Here are some examples of uses for various power levels . " High 10 . " Fish , bacon , vegvtables , boiling liquids . Med - High 7 . " Gende cooking of meat mM poult _ } , ; baking casseroles m'M reheating . MediumS : Slow cooking mM mnderizing t _ ) r sm _ vs and less tender cuts of meat . Low2 or3 : Deli'osting ; simmeting ; delicate sauces . Warm 1 : Keeping t [ ) od warm ; soltening butter :
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 15 fi About the time features , googre Time Cook _ mCeook , TIME COOK Allows you to microwme fiw m _ y time up to 99 minutes and 99 seconds . Power level I0 ( High ) is automatically set , but you may change it for more flexibilit ) . PresrsIMCEOOK . Enter cooking time . Change power le , el if you don't want lhll power . ( Press POWER LEVEL . Select a desired power lexel 1 - 10 . ) START . os _ PressTsaRT . _ ) u may open the door during _ me Cook to check the tood . Close the dotw mM press $ TARTto resmne fi ' _ cooking . . . . . \ . 1 . . 1.7 . . . . . . . 77me Cook R I , cts you change power levels mmmmtically during cooking . Here's how to do it : _ i ! Press TIME COOK . . Entetrl , e _ irsctooktime . < Change the power le ' , el if you don't , , , , , at fl , ll power . ( Press POWER LEVEL . Select a desired power lexel 1 - 1 ( 1 . ) Press TIME COOKaKain . ! _ Enter the second cot ) k time . Chm _ ge the power le , el if you don't want thll . . . . . . . . . p . . o . . w . . e . . r . . . . . . . . ( . Press POWER LEVEL . Select a desired power lexel 1 - 10 . ) NPreSssTART . At the end of _ me Cook I , _ me Cook lie ( rants down . 75
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9 405 @ 7 v @ 2 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 16 fi % About the time features . Cooking Guide for Time Cook NOTE : Usepower level High ( 10 ) unless otherwise noted . Amount Time Comments Asparagus ( froshspoars ) llb . Metod - H8riagihn5 . , ( 7 ) dish ] , Zha _ lt . l ) lae , Obhmgc ] u / w4p ater . gblaakssing ( frozen spears ) 10 - oz . package 4 to 7 rain . In ] - qt . casserole . ( fresh green ) 1 lb . cut in half 10 to 15 rain . In 1Z , - qt . casserole , place 1 / 2 cup water . In 1 < it . casserole , place ( frozen green ) lO - uz , package 4 to 8 rain . 2 tablespoons _ ater . ( frozen lima ) lO - oz , package 4 to 8 rain . In 1 < it . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup water : ( fresh , whole ) 1 bunch 16 to 22 rain . In 2 - qt . casserole , Nace . . . . . . . . . 1 / 2 cup water : Broccoli N _ ( fresh cut ) 1 bunch 5 to 9 rain . In 2 < it . casserole , place . . . \ . i . i . ; . . . . . . . . . < . . . i . 12 . . . . . 1 / 2 cup water . ( 11 _ to 11 _ _ bs . ) In 2 - qt . oblong g _ Lss baking dish , ( fresh spears ) I bunch 7 to 11 rain . ( llA to 1 % Ibs . ) place 1 / 4 cup water . ( frozen , 10 - oz . package 4 to 7 rain . In 1 - qt . casserole . chopped ) ( frozen spears ) 10 - oz . package 4 to 7 rain . In 1 - qt . casserole , Nace 3 tablespoons _ ate _ : Cabbage 1 medium head 6 to 10 rain . In 1H - or 2 - qt . msserole , place ( fresh ) ( about 2 Ibs . ) 1 / 4 cup water . 5 to 9 rain . In 2 - or ? _ it . casserole , place ( wedges ) 1 / 4 cup wam _ : Carrots ( fresh , sliced ) 1 lb . 4 to 8 rain . In 1K , - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup water : ( frozen ) lO - oz , package 3 to 7 rain . In 1 - qt . casserole , place 2 tablespoons _ ate _ : Cauliflower ( flowerets ) 1 medium head 7 to 11 rain . In 2 < it . casserole , place 1 / 2 cup water . ( fresh , whole ) I medium head 7 to 15 rain . In 2 - qt . casserole , place 1 / 2 cup water . ( frozen ) 10 - oz . package 3 to 7 rain . In 1 - qt . casserole , place 2 tablespoons _ ate _ : / 6
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 17 f _ ge . com Comments Amount Time 2 to 6 rain . ( frozen kernel ) 1 O - oz . package In 1 - qt . casserole , place 2 tablespoons watch Cornon thecob ( fresh ) l to 5 ears 11 / to 4 rain . In 2 - qt . glass baking dish , place corn . If corn is in husk , use no per ear water ; if corn has been husked , add 1 / 4 cup wamn Reammge after half of time . ( frozen ) 1 ear 3 to 6 rain . Place in 2 - qt . oblong glass baking dish . Cover with vented plastic wrap . P , earrange after 2 to 6 ears 2 to 3 rain . half of tim e . per ear Mixed vegetables ( frozen ) 2 to 6 rain . 1O - oz . package In 1 - qt . casserole , place 3 tablespoons watch fi > 2 Ibs . unshelled 7 to 10 mhi . ( fresh , shelled ) In l - qt . casserole , place l / 4 cup . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . . wateI : ( frozen ) 2 to 6 rain . 1O - oz . package In 1 - < it . casserole , place 2 tablespoons water : Peel and cut into 1 - inch cubes . 9 to 12 mhi . ( fresh , cubed , 4 potatoes white ) ( 6 to 8 oz . each ) Place in 2 - qt . casserole with 1 / 2 cup wate _ : Stir after half of time . 2 to 4 rain . ( fresh , whole , 1 ( 6 to8oz . ) Pierce with cooking fork . Place sweet or white ) in center of the oven . I . ct stand 5 minutes . 3 to 6 rain . ( fresh ) 10 to 16 oz . In 2 - qt . casserole , place washed spinach . 3 to 6 rain . ( frozen , Chopped 1O - oz . package In l - qt . casserole , place and leaf ) 3 tablespoons wate _ ; 3 to 5 rain . ( fresh , summer 1 lb . sliced In 1 ½ - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 and yellow ) Oil I ) witteI : 5 to 9 rain . ( ' , tit in half and remove fil ) rous ( winter , acorn 1 or 2 squash orbuttemuO ( about 1 lb . each ) membcanes . In 2 - qt . glass baking dish , place squash cut - side < town . Turn cut - side - up after 4 minutes . x x x x x x 17
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9 405 @ 7 v @ 2 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 18 fi % About the time features . Time Defrost Allo _ vsyou to defiost tot a selected lengdJ of time . See AUTO / TIME DEF the DefrostingGuidetot sugg . csted times . ( AutoDefrost explained in the Aboutthe auto feature section . ) 3 _ ¢ bupPToruwe _ se'slrl _ sce . St _ t [ ( 1tT _ tne1iAlste _ iR . X ( ( mtT _ ° , ems . vtem _ ' ms _ t / i _ catllll * yVl , Jtslejqleluitioecvmskeilgtnyn3a , ls1b , ) U } tcaising . bCeathne powerChang . cd . level after entering the time . Power level 7 cuts the tot , * ] deli'osting time in about halt : , power level 10 cuts the total time to approximately 1 / 3 . Howm'ct ; tood will need more fl'equent attention than usual . N _ At one half of selected defl'osting time , the oven sigmds . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . . . \ . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . TURN FOODOVER . At this time , turn toed over mM break apart ( w rem'l . mg . € pieces lot more even deli'osting . Shidd any warm areas with small pieces of toil . A dull thmnping noise may be heard during deti'osting . This is normal when oxen is not operating at High powe _ : Defrosting tips Foods li'ozen in paper or plastic can be deli'osted in the packag . € . Closed packag . cs shouM be slit , pierced or x . cnted AFTER toed has parfiMly deli'osted . Plastic smlag . € containers shouM be partially uncox . cred . Family = size , prepackag . cd li'ozen dinners can be detiosmd mM microwax . cd . If the toed is in a toil containec mtnslcr it to a microwax . € - salc dish . Foods that spoil easily shouM not bc allowed to sit out IDr more than one hour alter deti'osfing . Room temperatm . € promotes the growth of hm'mful bacteria . F ( w more even deli'osting of larg . cr leeds , such as roasts , use Auto Defrost Be sure large meats are complemly deli'osted belore cooking . _ J \ ] - Jen deliosmd , toed shoMd be coo ] hut softened in all areas . If still slightly ic B return m the nficrowax . € very brielly , or let it stand a low minums .
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 19 i ge . com Defrosting Guide Commen _ Time Breads , Cakes Bread , bunsorrolls ( 1piece ) ] / 4 mhz . Sweet rolls ( approx . I2 oz . ) 2 to 4 _ mn . FishandSeafood 6 to 9 rain . Fillets , frozen ( 1lb . ) 3 to 7 rain . Place hlock in casserole . Turn over Shellfish , smallpieces ( 1lb . ) and hreak up after half the time . Fruit l to 5 rain . Plasticpouch - - 1 or2 ( lO - oz . package ) Meat Bacon ( 1lb . ) 2 to 5 rain . Place unopened package in oxen . I , et stand 5 minutes alter defi'osting . Franks ( 1lb . ) 2 to 5 rain . Place unopened package in o _ vn . Microw , t _ vjnst until flanks can he sepm - ated . I . ct stand 5 minutes , if necessm 3 , to complete defi'osting . # : - > 4 to 6 rain . Turn meat over after half the time . Groundmeat ( 1lb . ) . . . . , . . . 1 . . 11 . . 7 . . . . . 9 to 13 min . Roast : beef , lamb , veal , pork Use power level 1 . per lb . 4 to 8 rain . Steaks , chopsandcutlets Place unwl - apped meat in cooking dish . Turn over alter half the time per lb . and shield warm areas with tbil . When finished , sepm - ate pieces and let stand to complete defi'osting . Poultry Chickenb , roiler - fryer 14 to 20min . Place wrapped chicken in dish . VUnwraphen and turn over _ dter half the time . _ ¢ cutup ( 2 ½ to3 Ibs . ) finished , separam pieces and microwave 2 to 4 minutes more , if necessar ) : Let stand m finish defrosting . Chicken , whole 20 to 25min . Place wrapped clficken in dish . Alter half ( 2 ½ to 3 Ibs . ) the time , nnwl - ap and turn cl - ficken oven Shield warm areas with tbil . Finish defi'osting . If necessar ) ; run cold wamr in the cavity until giblets can be removed . Cornishhen 7 to 13 mhi . Place unwl - , tpped hen in the oven per lb . hreast - side - up . Turn over alter half the time . Run cool water in the c ' , MW until g _ hlets can he removed . 3 to 8 rain . Turkey breast ( 4to 6 ] bs . ) Place unwl - apped breast in dish hreast - side < town . Alter half the time , turn over per lb . and shield warm areas with tbil . Finish deli'osfing . I . ct stand 1 to 2 hours in reffig _ nmw to complete deli'osfing . 19
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 20 f _ About the time features . Express Cook Thisis a quick way to set cooking timefor I - 6 minutes . i i Pressone of the ExpressCook pads ( tiom 1 to 6 ) f _ ) r 1 to 6 minutes of cooking at powerlevel 10 . For example , press the 2 pad t _ ) r 2 minutes of cooking time . The power level can be changed as time is counting down . Press POWERLEVELand enter 1 - 10 . Add 30 Seconds Youcan usethis feature two ways : It will add 30 se ( ollds to the [ lille ( OUlltlllg " dowll each time the pad is pressed . It can be used as a quick way to set 30 seconds of cooking time . fi ' _ . . . U . . . i . i . 7 . . . . . . . . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . . iil ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 21 f _ About the auto feature , geoom Auto Defrost The Auto / lime Defrost feature gi _ es } ou two ways to AUTOFnME DEF defrost frozen foods . Press AUTO / TIME DEF once for Auto Defrost or twice for lime Defrost . Use AutoDefrostfor meat , poultr _ and fish . Use lime Defrost for most other flozen foods . Auto Defrost automatically sets the deflosfing times and @ 3 @ 3 @ p3ower levels to g { vc even defl'osfing results for meats , poultry and fish weighing up to six pounds . @ 3 PressAUTO / TIMDEEFon , e . OlSf , L _ Oy N / O _ Using the Conversion & lide belong , enter food - ) c @ weight . For example , press pads I and 2 f _ r 1.2 START pounds ( 1 pound , 3 ounces ) . PreSssTAR ( lime Defrost is explained in the About the time features section . ) fi _ . . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . There is a handy guido located on the inside front of the oven . { { P . emoxe meat flom package and place on microwme - safe dish . T _ ice during deflost , the oven sigmds TURN FOODOVER iiii At each signal , turn the t _ × M ovc _ : Remove defl'osted meat or shield _ rm areas * _ th small pieces of R ) il . Alter defl'osfing , most meats need to stand 5 minutes to complete defl'osfing . I . m _ g'e roasts should stand tor about 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 pound . Weight ofFood & 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 2 /
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 22 / i About the sensor features . Humidity Sensor The Sensor Features detect the increasing humkti b released during cooking . Tile ( wen automatically adjusts the cooking time to various bpes and amounts of % od . Do not use the Sensor Features twice in succession on the same % od portion - - it xmW result in severely overcooked or burnt % od . If % od is undercooked after the countdown , use _ me Cook % r additional cooking time . The proper containers and covers are essential tot best sensor cooking . Covered Alwa ) : s use microwave - sale containers and cover them with lids or venmd plastic wrap . Never use tight . . . \ . 1 . . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . sealing plastic container , _ - - they can prevent steam fl'om escaping and cause food to overtook . Vented Be sure the outside of the cooking containers and the inside of the microwave oven are dry before placing food in the oven . Beads of moisture turning into steam can mislead the sensor : Dry off dhhes so they don't mhlead th8 ssfTsofJ iiiiiiiiilliiii , ii i ! i i ! iiiHi iil ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 23 i ge . com Popcorn To use the Popcorn feattne : POPCORN Follow package instructions , using 77me Cookifthe package is less than 1.75 ounces or larger than 3.5 ounces . Place the package of popcorn in the fless time ) imore eme ) center of the microwave . Use only _ zithprepackaged Press POPCORN . The oxen starts imn / ediately . microwave popcorn weighing 1.75 to 3.5 ounces . If you open the door while POPCORN is displayed , SENSOR ERROR will appea _ : Close the doot , press NOTE : Do not use CLEAR / OFF'and begfin again . this feature twice in succession on the If food is undercooked after the countdown , use same food portion - time Cook t _ r additional cooking tim e . # may result in How to Adjust the Popcorn Program to Provide a Shorter severely overcooked or burnt food . or Longer Cook Time If you tind that the lxand of popcorn pu use . . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . underpops or oxercooks consistentl } , } ou can add or subtlact 20 - 30 seconds to the automatic popping time . Toadd time : After pressing POPCORN , press 9 immediately after the oxen starts fbr an exwa 20 seconds . Press 9 again to add another 10 seconds ( total 30 seconds additional time ) . Tosubtract time : Atter pressing POPCORN , press 1 immediately after the oven starts for 20 seconds less cooking time . Press 1 again to reduce cooking time another 10 seconds ( total 30 seconds less time ) . Beverage Press BEVERAGE to he'at " acup of coffee or otlJer BEVERAGE here , age . Drinksheatedwith theBeveragefeaturemaybe veryhot . NOTE : Do not use Removethecontainerwithcare . this feature twice in succession on the If tood is undercooked after the countdown , use same food portion - - 7TmeCook tbr additional cooking tim e . it may result in severely overcooked or burnt food . 23
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 24 fi About the sensor features . Reheat The Reheat feature reheats single sel _ ings of pre _ iousl } REHEAT cooked foods or a plate of leftoxers . Place coxered food in the oxen . Press REHEAT ( lesstime ) ( m _ retime ) The ( xen ztart , ' immediately . How to Change the The oxen signals when steam is sensed and the time Automatic Settings remaining begins counting down . Toreduce time by 10 % : Do not ( ) pen the oxen door until time is counting down . If the door is opened , close it and press START Press I after tile teature pad . immediate b . Toadd 10 % to cooking time : After removing food from the oven , stir , if possible , to even Press 9 after tile teature pad . out the temperature . If the food is not hot enough , use 77me Cook to reheat for more time . Reheated foods may have NOTE : Do not use wide variations in temperature . Some areas may be this feature twice in extremely hot . succession on the same food portion - - If food is not hot enough after the countdown , use fi ' _ it may result in 77me Cook for additional reheating time . . . . \ . X . . . Y . . . . . . . . severely overcooked or burnt food . Some Foods Not Recommended for Use With Reheat It is best to use 77meCook for these foods : Bread products . Foods that nmst be reheated uncoxered . Foods that need to be stirred or rotated . Foods calling for a dry look or crisp surf : ace after reheating . iil ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 25 f _ ge . com Sensor Cooking Vegetables , Baked Potatoes VEGETABLE BAKED POTATO _ ] lace co _ ered food in the oven . Press the foodd pad . For xegetables , press the VEGETABLEpa once J _ ) r Ji'esh vegetables , twice J _ ) r Ji'ozen vegetables or ( lesstime ) ( m0retime ) three times J ( ) r canned vegetables . Sensor cooking gives you easy , automatic results witb a variety _ ] The oven signals when steam is sensed and the of foods ( see tbe Cooking Guide tm _ e remaining begins counting down . Tmn or stir below ) . the food if necessary . Do not open the oxen door until time is counting NOTE : Do not use this feature twice in down . If the door is opened , close it and press START succession on the immediatel } . same food portion - If food is undercooked after the countdown , use # may result in 77meCook tor additional cooking tim e . severely overcooked or burnt food . How to Change the Automatic Settings ( automatic settings for canned vegetables cannot be adjusted on some models ) : fi ' _ You ( ml adjust the cooking time fi ) r all fi ) ods to stilt your personal taste . Toreduce time by 10 % : Press 1 _ thin 30 _ conds after pressing the t _ x ) d pad . Toadd 10 % to cooking time : Press 9 _ thin 30 _ conds after pressing the t _ x ) d pad . Cooking Guide Amount Comments CannedVegetables 4 - 16 oz Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . FrozenVegetables 4 - ] 6 oz Follow package instructions lot adding water . Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Fresh Vegetables 4 - 16 oz Add 1 / 4 cup water per serving . Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Baked Potatoes 1 / 2 - 2 lbs Pierce skin with fork . Place potatoes on the turntable . If cooking three or more potatoes , arrange in a star pattern . 25
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 26 f _ About the other features . CookingCompleteReminder To remind you that you haxe food in the oxen , the oxen will displa } FOOD IS READYand beep once a minute until } ou either open the oxen door or press CLEAR / OFE ii ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ % Clock billil _ i ! _ iii @ ll ! Press to enter the time of da } or to check the time of CLOCK day wl - file microwming . Press CLOCK . Select AM or PM . PresSsrARrocrrock , fi ' _ . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . . Scroll Speed The scroll speed of the displa } can be changed . Press i { i i iiii _ i iliiiiiiiiii ! and hold the AM / PM pad about 3 seconds to bring up the display . Select 1 - : 5 tot slow to fast scroll speed . iiiiiiiiilliiiiiii ! ii ! iiiHi _ Start / Pause In addition to starting many thnctions , START / PAUSE SrAR . . . _ r allo _ : s } ou to stop cooking without opening the door PAUSE or clearing the display . iil !
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 27 fi gO . com Child Lock - Out _ m me } lock the control panel to pre _ ent the microwaxe fiom heing accidentall } started or used h } children . To lock or unlock the controls , press and hold CLEAR / OFFI _ ) r ahout three seconds . When the control panel is locked , an £ will he displayed to the extreme right . Sound Level _ i i ii i i The heeper sound lexel can he adjusted . Press SOUND . $ ii : _ _ % [ _ ! % iii £ _ ( ' Moose 0 - 3 for mute to loud . SOUND Timer On / Off £ iiiii _ % _ i bl ; i ill fi _ 7Truer On / Off operates as a mfimte timer mM can he TIMER . . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . used at any time , exen when the oxen is operating . PresTsIMER . H _ , H Enter time you want to comet down . Press TIMER to start _ HHHHHHHH , r _ When time is up , the oven will sigmd . To turn off the timer sigmd , press TIMER . OlSPLAOYN / OFF NOTE " The timer indicator will be lit while the timer is operating . Display On / Off £ % _ ] ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ % ¸ ¸ T ¸ o turn the clock display on or off ; press and hold 0 DISPLAY ON / OFF t ( ) r ahout 3 seconds . The Display On / Off teature cmnlot he used while a cooking teature is in use . 27
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 28 : _ Microwave terms . Definition Arcing Arcing is the microwave term tot sparks in the oven . Arcing is clmsed b ; _ : metal or toil touching the side of the oxen . t _ ) il that is not molded to tood ( upturned edges act like _ lntenn _ ls ) . metal such as twist , ties , poultr } pins , gold - rimmed dishes . rec } cled paper towels containing small metal pieces . Covering Coxers hold in moisture , allow tot more exen heating and reduce cooking time . \ % nting plastic wlap or co , ering with wax paper allo _ : s excess steam to escape . Shielding In a regular oxen , } ou shield chicken 1 ) feasts or 1 ) aked toods to . . . . . . . . . . prexent oxetq ) rowning . When microwming , } ou use small strips of toil to shield thin parts , such as the tips of wings and legs on poultry , which would cook 1 ) etore larger parts . . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . . Standing 17me When you cook with regular oxens , toods such as roasts or cakes are allowed to stand to finish cooking or to set . Standing time is especiall } important in microwme cooking . Note that a microwmed cake is not placed on a cooling l _ ack . Venting After coxering a dish with plastic wlap , } ou vent the plastic wlap Ix } turning back one corner so excess steam C _ lll escape . iil !
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 29 f _ Cam andcleaning ofthemicrowaveoven . ge . oom Helpful Hints Open the o _ en door a few minutes after cooking to air out the inside . An occasional d _ orough _ iping with a solution of haking soda and x < _ te , keeps the inside fiesh . Unplugthe cordbeforecleaninganypartof thisoven . How to Clean the Inside Walls , Floor , InsideWindow , Metal andPlasticPartson theDoor 1 Some spatters can he removed with a paper towel , others may require a damp cloth . Remove greasy spatmrs with a sudsy cloth , then rinse with a damp cloth . Do not use abrasive cleaners or sharp umnsils on oven walls . Tocleanthesurfaceof thedoorandthesurfaceof theoventhat cometogetheruponclosing , useonlymild , nonabrasivseoapsor detergentsusinga spongeorsoftcloth . Rinsewitha dampcloth fi > . . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . . anddr _ Neverusea commercialovencleaneron anypartofyour microwave . RemovableTurntableandTurntableSupport To prevent breakage , do not place the turntable into water just after cooking . _ J \ hsh it careflflly in warm , sudsy Water OF in the dishwasher : The turntable and support can be broken if dropped . I _ , emembet , do not opeFate the oven without the turntable and support in place . 29
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 30 fi Care and cleaning of the microwave oven . xxxxxxxxxx How to Clean the Outside Do notusecleanerscontainingammoniaor alcoholonthe microwaveoven . Ammoniaor alcoholcan damagethe appearanceof themicrowave . Case Clean the omside of the microwave with a sudsy cloth . Rinse and then dr > _ Wipe the window clean with a damp cloth . ControlPanelandDoor Wipe with a damp cloth . Dry thoroughl } _ Do not use cleaning spr , tys , large amounts of soap and wamr , abrasives or sharp obiec / s on the panel - - they can damage it . Some paper rowels can also scntt ( h the control panel . Door Surface It's impor / ant / o keeI ) the area clean where the j : - > . . . \ . 1 . . 1 . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . , . . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . 7 . . . . door seals against the microwave . Use only mild , non - abrasive demrgents applied with a clean sponge or soft cloth . Rinse well . StainlessSteel Oo not use a stee / - wod pad ; it wi / / scratch the surface . To clean the stainless s / eel suri ( _ ce , use a hot , damp cloth with a mild de / ergent sui / able tbr stainless s / eel surf ( tees . Use a clean , hot , damp cloth to remove soap . D W with a dry clean cloth . Always scrub lightly in the direction of the gndn . iiliililil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 31 fi Before you call for service . . , ge . oom Troubleshooting - tips Save time and money ! Review the charts on the following pages first and you may not need to call for service . PossibleCauses What To Do Oven will not start A fuse in your home P . eplace tuse or reset circuit breaken may be blown or the circuit breM _ er tripped . Power surge . Unplug the microwaxe oxen , tlten plug it back in . Plug not fully inserted Make sure tlte 3 - prong into wall outlet . ping on the oven is tully inserted into wall outlet . Controlpanellighted , Door not securely closed . Open tire door and close yet ovenwill notstart securely . STARTpadnot pressed Press STAR [ , f i _ after entering cooking . . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . selection . Another selection entered Press CLEAR / OFE already in oven and ClEAR / OFF pad not pres _ d to cancel it . Cooking time not entered Make sure you have after pt _ essing TIME COOK entered cooking time atter pressing TIMECOOK ClEAR / OFF was pressed Reset cooking program accidentally , and press STAR [ Food weight not entered Make sure you ltaxe after selecting Auto Defrost . entered food weight after selecting Anto Defrost . " SENSORERROR " During Popcorn , Reheat , Do not ( ) pen & t ( ) r until smam is sensed and time appearson display Beverage , Baked Potato or Vegetable pmgrmn , the is shown counting down door was opened before on tlte display . stemn could he detected . Stemn wzts not detected Use _ me Cook to lteat in ma2 _ hnum mnount for more time . of time . 37
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 32 f _ Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting 77ps What ToDo Press and hold CLEAR / OFF " LOCKED " appears in The control has been tot about three seconds to locked . ( When the control unlock the control . pa _ , el _ locked , a _ , twin be dLsplayed . ) Food amount too large Sensor Reheat is for single Use time Cook tot large for Sensor Reheat servings of recommended amounts of food . foods . , fi " > . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . \ . X . . . 7 . . . . . . . 32
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49 405 @ 7 v02 1 / 18 / 06 2 : 37 PH Page 33 i _ e . com Things ThatAre Normal With YourMicrowave Oven Steam or vapor escaping flom around the door : IJght reflection around door or outer case . Dimming oven light and chang _ in the blower sound at power levels other than high . Dull tlmmping sound while oven is opel _ ating . TV / ladio intertcrence might be noticed while using the microwm'e . Similar to the interference caused by other small appliances , it does not indicam a problem with the microwm'c . Plug the microwm'c into a diitcrent electrical circuit , move the radio or TV as liar aw _ y ti'om the microwm'c as possil ) le or check the position and signal of the TV / mdio anmnna . . . . q . . l . ] . 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . q . . l . ] . 7 . . . . . . . 33
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49405 @ v702 1 / 18 / 062 : 37PHPage35 / i GEMicrowave Oven Warranty . AllwarrantyserviceprovidedbyourFactoryService Staple your receipt here . Centerso , ranauthorizedCustomeCr are + technician , Proof of the original Toscheduleservice , on - line , 24hoursaday , visit purchase date is needed usat ge , com , or call800 , GEC , ARES ( 800,432,2737 ) , to obtain service under Pleasehaveserialandmodelnumbersavailable the warranty . whencallingfor service . ! _ i _ ! ! i GEWill Replace : One Year Any part of the mi , rowavc < , _ en which fifils due to a From the def ( ct in materials or workmanship . During this limited original purchaso one - year warranty , ( ; E will also pr < Mde , free of charge , all labor and related service to replace the def ( cfive part . For the above limited warranty : Toavoid any trip charges , you must ske the mlemwave oven to a General Electric CustomerCare + servleerandplek it up following service , In - home serviceis also available , but youmust pay for the service technician'stravel costs to your home . Service trips to your home to teach Replacement of house fuses or you how to use the product . resetthig of circuit breakers . hnproper installation , delivery or Dmnage to the product caused by . . . \ . 1 . . 1 . . ; 7 . . . . . . . . . . . \ . 1 . . 1 . ; . 7 . . . . . . maJnteumice . accident , f'we , floods or acts of God . Product not accessible to provide Incideuta ] or cousequeufia ] dmnage required service . caused by possible defects with this appliance . Failure of the product or dmnage to the product if it is abused , misused Dmnage caused after delivery . ( for exmnple , cavity arcing from wire rack or metaJ / foil ) , or used for other thmi the intended purpose or used commercially . EXCLUSIONOFIMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repair asprovided 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 . Thiswarrantyis extendedto theoriginapl urchaserandanysucceedingownerforproductspurchased for homeusewithintheUSA . ff theproductis lecatedin anareawhereservicebya GEAuthorized Serviceris notavailable , youmayberesponsiblefor a tripchargeoryoumayberequiredto bringthe producttoanAuthorizedGEServiceLocationforservice . InAlaska , thewarrantyexcludestheservice callstoyourhome . Somestatesdonotallowtheexclusionorlimitationof incidentaol rconsequentiadlamagesT . his warrantygivesyouspecificlegalrights , andyoumayalsohaveotherrightswhichvaryfromstateto state . Toknowwhatyourlegalrightsare , consultyourlocalorstateconsumear ffairsofficeoryour state'sAttorneyGeneral . WarrantorG : eneralElectricCompanyL , ouisville , KY40225 35
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