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0 www . GEAppliances . com Safety Information Troubleshooting Tips Before You Call Adapter l'hNs . . . . . . . 9 For Ser _ qce . . . . . . . . . 27 Arcing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 JES636 Extension Cords . . . . 10 Things That Are Normal With Your Foods . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 , 5 Microwave Oven . . . . 28 Grounding Instructions . . . . . . . . . 8 Microwave - Safe Co , uumer Support Consumer Cookware . . . . . . . . . 6 , 7 Precautions to Avoid Support . . . . Back ( ; over Product Possible Exposure to Excessive Microwave Registration . . . . . 29 , 30 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Safety Precautions . . 2 , 3 Operatil _ g Instructions ( ; are and Cleaning . . . . . . . . 25 , 26 Changing tile Power Level . . . . . . . . 13 Convenience Features . . . . . . . . 19 - 21 Cooking Guide . . 15 , 16 Defiosting Guide . . . 18 Features of Your Microwave Oven 11 , 12 © Microwave Terms . . . 24 ( ) tiler Features . . 22 - 24 Time Features . . 14 - 19 Write themodel andserial numbershere : # # l / ind these mn - nbers on a label inside the oven . 164D3370P161 49 - 40170 12 - 00JR
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! For your safe _ the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion , electric shock , or to prevent property damage , personal injury , or loss of life . PRECAUtiONTSOAVOIDPOSSIBLE EXPOSURTEOEXCESSIVE MICROWAVEENERGY Do Illet Attemptto operate Do Not Operate tile oven if it this oven with tile door open is damaged . [ t is particularly since open - door operation irnportant that tile oven can resuh in harmful door close properly and that exposure to microwave there is no damage to tile : energ ) ' . It is important not door ( bent ) , to deteat or tamper with the sately interlocks . _ lin _ o . ensdolatches . . . . . . . . . ( . b . . r . . o . ken or loosened ) , De Net Place any object between the oven li'ont tace : _ door seals and sealing . . . . . . . . . s . u . . r . t . . a . c . . e . . s . and the door or allow soil or cleaner residue to N TheOvenShouldNot be accumulate on sealing a ( ! justed or repaired by surtaces . anyone except properly qualified service personnel . SAFETYPRECAUtiONS This microwave oven is not approved or tested for marine use . iiii ! ii ! { { { iiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiii { [ [ ii Read and lollow tile specific Install or locate this appliance precautions in tile Precautions only in accordance Mth tile to Avoid PossibleExposureto provided Installation Instructions . ExcessiveMicrowave Energy se / lion above . Be certain to place tile front Sllrtace of the door three , This appliance must be inches or more back ti'om gTounded . Connect only to a properly grounded the countertop edge to avoid outlet . See the & ounding accidental tipping of the Instructions section on page 8 , appliance in normal usage ,
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www _ GEApp [ & nse _ som Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this Owner's Manual . Do not mount tiffs appliance , I ) o not let power cord hang over a sink . over edge of table or COllnter . DO not IllOlln [ the microwave , To reduce tile risk attire in oven over or near an } - portioll tim oven { avity : of a heating or cooking - Do not overcook toad . appliance . Carefully attend appliance Do not store anything directl ) if paper , plastic or other combustible materials are Oil top of tile microwave ( : ) , , ' ell surt _ ( ce when the microwaxw placed inside tile oxwn while oven is in operation . cooking . - - Remove wire twist - ues and , Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged power metal handles fl'om paper cord or plug , flit is not or plastic containers betore working properly , or itit has placing then1 ill tile oven . been damaged or dropped . - - I ) o not use tile oven lor If the po _ vr cord is damaged , storage purposes , I ) o not it must be replaced by leave paper prodtuts , General Electric Service or { ookir , g utensils or food ill an authorized service agent using a power cord available theo . erw , hennotilluse . ii : _ - - I £ materials inside the oven Fern General Electric . sllo . ilgdnikteeetp'le , , , ell , Do not cover or block any door dosed , tl . lrn tile oven off openings on the appliance . anddis . , en . dr , ipeo , , er . ird , s l . t po , , a - ettrhe , Use this appliance only tar its intended use as described in this manual . Do not use * 11th , eo , dso.oreiis obp . eniertd , etaphe katireenrel = corrosive chenficals or vapors in this appliance . This See door surlace deaning microwave oven is specifically instructions ill file Careand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . designed to heat , dU or cook cleaning of the microwave oven R ) od , and is not intended R ) r section of this manual . _ i laboratopi or industrial use . This appliance shouM be , Do not store this appliance serviced onl } by qnalified outdoors . Do not use dfis service personnel . ( 2 ) ntact product near water - - tbr nearest authorized service { { } { { { { { example , in a wet basenlent , near a swinnning pool or repair or a ( ! iusunent . near a sink . , Keep power cord awW fl'om " _ Asuspwerivthisioann , aisppnleiacnecssea , Dclwosheen heated surt _ tces . used b ) chiMren . Do not immerse power cord 2 or plug ill water .
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! ARCING If you see arcing , press the CLEAR / OFF pad and correct the problem . Metal , such as twist . ties . Arcing is the mi ( rowave tem _ pouhi 7 pins , or gold - rirnnled dishes , in the microwave . is caused b } : N Metal or t0il touching the Recycled paper towels side ot the oven . containing small metal pieces being used in tile microwave . , Foil not rooMed to t0od ( upturned edges act like antennas ) . FOODS Do not pop popcorn in your Operating tile microwave rnicrowave oven Ill ] less in a with no tood inside t0r more special microwave popcorn than a nlil - ltlte or t _ \ x ) l - nay accesso U or unless } _ ) lluse cause dm - nage u ) the oven and could start a fire . It popcorn labeled tor use in l - nicrowave ovells . increases the heat around the magnetron and can shorten , Some products such as the li _ eot the oven . whole eggs and sealed Foods with unbroken outer container , > - tbr exm - nple , " skin " sudl as potatoes , hot closed jar , v - - will explode and should not be heated in this dogs . sausages , tomatoes , iiiii ! ii ! iiiiiiiiiii / iiiiiiii _ ii { i _ ii microwave oven , Such use of apples , chicken livers and the micro _ ave oven could ( ) tiler giblets , and e _ , ' oy _ olks , resuh in injury . should be pierced to allow steam to escape during " _ I ) o not boil em s in a cooking - microwave oven . Pressure will build up inside egg yolk and will cause it to burst , possibly resuhing in injm 7 ,
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vvvvw . GEAppl _ nce _ com SUPERHEATEDWATER Spontaneous boiling _ U nder certain special circumstances , Microwaved water and other liquids may start to boil liquids do not always bubble during or shortly after when they reach the boiling removal ti " om the microwave point They can actually get oven . To prevent burns ti'om superheated and not bubble splashing liquid , we atall . recommend ttle tollowing : bet _ ) re removing , - tile Superheated liquid will bubble container ti'onl tile oven , up out ofthe cup when iris allow ttle container to stand in moved or when something like the oven ti ) r 30 to 40 seconds a spoon or tea bag is put into it . after the ( wen has shut otl . Do Toprevent this from happening not boil liquids in narro ' _ = and causing injury , do not heat necked containers such as soft any liquid for more than 2 drink bottles , wine flasks and minutes per cup . After heating , especially narro ' _ mecked letthe cup stand in the cottee cups . Even it tile microwave for 30 seconds container is opened , excessive before moving it or putting smam can build up and cause anything into it . it to burst or overflow . Avoid heating baby tood in Hot ti ) ods and steam can _ , - lassars even with the lid off " cause burns . Be careflfl when Make sure all intimt food is ) rllrlO rl - " oI e " ga } contmnersofhot thoroughl } cooked . Stir tood t _ ) od , including popcorn bags , to distribute the heat evenly . cooking pouches and boxes . Be careflll to prevent scalding To prevent possible injury , when warming tornmla . The direct steam away ti'om hands container may teel cooler and tilce . than tile tormula reallyis . Do not overcook potatoes . Always test the tormula beti ) re They could dehydrate and feeding the bab ) . catch fire , causing damage , Don't deti " ost ti'ozen tO yollr oveIl . beverages in narro ' _ necked iiil ! iii iiiii Cook meat and poultry bottles ( especially carbonated thoroughlx _ meat to at beverages ) . Even if ttle least an INTERNAL container is opened , pressure temperature ot 160 ° K can build up . This can cause and poulu ? " to at least an the container to burst , INTERNAL temperature poss ) lvresultin _ , - in niurv " , ' o , , * ot 180 ° F . Cooking to iiiiii ! iiii iiiiii ! ii these temperatures usuall } protects against t _ odborne illness . 5
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! MICROWVAE - SAFCEOOKWARE Make sure all ( ookware used [ 11 I ) o not use reQvled paper " } t ) llr _ ! [ cr { } _ ' ( 1 _ e { } xetl is suitat ) le products . Recycled paper towels , napkins and wm - _ ed casseroles , ( ook [ ng dishes , paper can contain metal measuring ( ups , ( ustard ( x _ ps , tlecks which ma } cause arcing potte _ ) or c [ ) illa ditltlel'w ; _ ffe or igrfite . Paper products which does not have metallic containing nylon or nylon t ] laments should be avoided , u4m or glaze with a metaNc slleen can be used . Some as tile ) ma ) also ignite . cookware is labeled " alitable , Some st ) rotoam trays ( like those that meat is packaged Ityou are not sure it a dish is on ) have a thin strip ot metal nlicrox _ ' ave - sa [ e , use this test : embedded in the bottom . Place in the oven both the When microwaved , the metal can blAri1the tloor of the oven dish you are testing and a glass measuring cup tilled or ignite a paper towel . with 1 cup of water - set the , I ) o llOt rise the nlicrowave to nleasuring cup either in or dl ) " newspapers . next to tile dish . Microwave 1nfinute at high . It the dish , Not all plastic wrap is suitable heats , it should not be used tot use in microwave ovens . tiT ) r microwavino - Check the package tor proper use . It the dish remains cool and only the water ill the cup Paper towels , waxed paper heats , then the dish is and plastic wrap call be used nlicrowave - sat ¢ ' . to cover dishes in order to iiiii ! ii ! iiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiii _ ii { [ [ ii retain moisture and prevent [ i yOll llSe a rneat spattering . Be sure to vent thermometer while cookino - plastic wrap so steam Call l - hake sure it is sale tor use escape . in microwave ovens . , Cookware may become hot because ot heat transterred ti'om the heated tood . Pot holders may be needed to handle the cookware .
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GEApM & nces , com , Plastic cookware - Plastic . , " Boilable " cooking pouches and tighdy dosed plastic bags cookware designed tbr should be slit , pierced or microwave cooking is very useful , but should be used vented as directed by carefully . Even microwave - package . If they are not , plastic could burst during or sa _ ' plastic may not be as immediately after cooking , tolerant ot overcooking possibly resulting in injut ) . conditions as are glass or Also , plastic storage ceramic materials and may containers should be at least sotien or char it sut ) jected partially uncovered because to short periods ot the ) form a tight seal . When overcooking . In longer cooking with containers exposures to overcooking , the tood and cookware tightly covered with plastic wrap , remove covering could ignite . carefully and direct steam Follow thoso guidolinos : away fl'om hands and tace . { Use microwave - saleuse Use tbil only as directed in plastics onl ' , and this Dfide . TV dinners may them in strict compliance be microwaved in toil trays with the cookware less than 3 / 4 " high ; remove l - nantlfactllrer ' s the top toil cover and return recommendations . tile tray to tile box . When sin ( i . . . . ll _ " g 011111the microwave Ilo not microwave erupt ? cont ail - leys . oven , keep ttle ioil at least 1inch awW fl'om tile Odes Do not pernfit children of the oven . tOuse plastic cookware without complete supervision . II _ _ _ : ; { { { 7
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! Improper use of the grounding plug can result in a risk of electric shock . GROUNDINIGNSTRUCTIONS This a ! ) pliance must be gTounded , in tile e , em ofa _ l eJectrk : al short dr ( tilt , gro ] . mdi _ lg reduces tile risk of electrk shock by providing an escape wife foF the elecuic ClllTe [ lt , This applia _ lce is equipped with a po ' _ er cord having a gromlding wire whh a groundi _ lg plug . The plug must be plugged imo an oudet that is properly insta ! led and grounded . Conallt a qualified elecu'ician or sel'vice technician if the grounding illSU'tl ( i [ h ) _ lsare not completely understood , or if doubt exists as to whether the appliance is proper1 ) grounded . if the outlet is a standard 2 - prong wall oudet , it is Tour personal responsibility and obligation to have it replaced with a proper1 } gTounded B - prong wall outlet . I ) o not under any ( : ir ( xnnstances cut or remove tile third ( gTound ) prong fi : om the p { ) vde _ [ COF ( L We do not recommend using an exmnsi ( ) n cord with this appliance . if'the power cord is too short , have a qualified electrician or sen'ice technician insta ! I all outlet near the appliance . ( See WARIV / NG - - EXTENSIONCORDSsecdon . ) For best o ] ) eratio _ ' _ , plug this applhm ( e itlto itsov , n electrical outlet to prex em flickering of lights , t ) h ) willg ofthse or wipphlg of ( : h'cuit breaker . iiiii ! ii ! iiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiii _ ii { itii
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www _ GEAppt & nse _ som ADAPTEPRLUGS Usagesituafionswhereappliance'spowercordwillbedisconnec _ d in # equently . gecause of poterltiaI salely hazards trader certain conditions , ( Adapterplugsnot we stronglyrecommendagainstthe perm ! neindCanada ) use of an adapter plug . However , if Afignlarge ] ( _ ] ] you soil ele ( t to use an adapter , prengs / siots _ I _ 11 , , Tllere local ( odes pernlit , a _ _ ' ' _ - " made to a properl ) grounded two - TEMPORARY andfirm connection prong w _ dl re ( eptacle by tile rise era METHOD beforeuse . U L listed adapter which is available at l - nest local hardware stores . The larger slot in the adapter must be aligned widl the larger slot in the wall receptacle to provide proper polarity in the connecOon ot the power cord . CAUTION : achtihnaegdagprtoeutrenrdmtoitnhawelall receptacle cover screw does not groundthe appliance unlessthe cover screw is metal , and not insulated , and the wall receptacle is grounded through the house wiring . You should have the circuit checked i ) y a qualified electrician to make sure the receptacle is properly grounded . When disconnecting the power cord Fern the adapter , always hold the adapter with one hand . If dos is not done , the adapter ground iiiiiiiii _ ! iiiiii ! i ! _ il terminal isvery likely to break with repeated use . Should this happen , DONOrUSEthe appliance unO1 a proper ground has again been established . Usagesituationswhere appliance'spower cordwill be disconnected frequently . iiilliH ! ! ii ! il ! Do notuseanadapterplugin these simaOonsbecause ti'equent dis ( onrle ( Oorl of the power cord pla ( es tmdue strain on the adapter and leads to eventual t _ olure ot the adapter ground terminal . You should have die two - prong wall receptacle replaced widl a three - prong ( groundirN ) receptacle by a qualilied electrician belore using the appliance . iiiiiii iiiii ! 9
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! EXTENSIOCNORDS A short power supply ( ord is provided to redu ( e the risks resultir N ti'om becornir N entangled in or u'il ) pir N over a lorNer ( ord . Extension cords may be used iiyou are careful in using them . II an extension cord is used - . . . . The . . n . . l . a . rked electrical radng , of the . . . e . . xtens on cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating ot tile appliance ; Tile extension cord must be a aoundirN - type 3 - wire ( ord and it nmst be plugged into a 3 - slot outlet ; Tile extension cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over tile countertop or tabletop where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over unintentionally . liyou use an extension cord . ttle interior light may fli ( ker and the blower sound may vmy when the nficrow _ ve oven is on . Cooking times nlav ) e lonu - er too READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETY INFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS iiiii ! ii ! iiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiii _ ii ( i _ ii
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About the featuresof yOUr microwave ove _ , _ w , GEApp / iances . com Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model , 650 Wa _ s Featuresof the Oven Window withMetal Shield . Screen allows ( o ( ) king to 1 ) e viewed while keel ) in Kmkrowaves tenth - led in tl { e oven . { { TouchControlPanelDisplayI . n the event era power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . f . a . ilure , or iI the microwave has been unplugged , PEx _ { llbe display , ed and the clock must be reset . { OoorLatch Release . Press latch release to open door . { { : RemovableTurntableT . tlrntable and support mustbe in place when using the oven . The mrmal ) le ma _ be removed tbr cleaning . ConvenienceGuido . NOTE : Ratingplate , oven vent ( s ) and oven light are located on the inside 7 _ 1 : ; i { ii { ! { ! _ Ii _ _ walls of the microwave oven . / /
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iittl ! About the features of yourmicrowave oven . Youcan microwave by time or with the convenience features . " , , , , , 66 6 TIME COOK TIME DEFROST DD I POWER LEVEL POPCORN REHEA1 o66 i , , , i1 - . BEVERAGE AUTO DEFROB1 mDD CookingControls Check the Convenience Guide before you begin . : : TimeFe . tt , res Press Enter TIME COOK Amount of cooking time { Press eeee or twice } TIME DEFROST Amount of defrosting time EXPRESS { ; { ) OK Starts immediately ! 30 SEC , Starts immediately ! iiii ! ii _ ! iiiiiiiiiMiiiii @ POWER LEVEL Power level 1 - 10 Press Enter Option POPCORN Starts immediately ! 3.5 oz . 3 oz . or 1,75 oz . ( pressonce , twice orthree times ) more / bss time REHEAT Foodtype 1 - 7 Serving size BEVERAGE Starts immediately ! 4 oz . , 8 oz _ or 12 oz . ( pressonce , twice or three times ) AUTO BEFROST Foodweight 12
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iii @ il ! iii : iii ] iiiii About changing the power level , www . GEAppliances . com k The pox _ er lexeI ma _ be entered or cha _ lged hmnediatel ) after entering tile feature time for TIME COO & TIME BEFROSTor EXPRESS COOK . The power lexel ma } also be changed during time ( ( ) El [ ltd ( } ' _ r _ { ] . LEVEL ! iiiii ; ; : ; iill DDD Press STARE \ arial ) le poweF lex els add fleibilitx to micFowa ' _ e cooking . The power levels on tile microwave oven am be START / PAUSE compared to tile surface Emits O _ l a range . Each pox _ er leveI £ ives } x _ n microwave enexg ' } a certain percent of the time . Power level 7 is microwave ener £ 3 " 70 % of t ] le dine . Power level 3 is ener £ } 31 ) ' _ o _ the dine . Most cooki _ lg will be done on High ( power level _ 0 ) which gives } on J 00 % p ( _ x \ rer . Power level t0 will cook liister belt _ ood ma } need more flequem sth ] Ti _ lg , rotati _ lg or tmxfi _ lg over . A lov , er setring v , ill cook more evenly and need less stirring or rowring of tile leo ( ] . Some leeds may have better flavor , texttlre or appearance if one of the lower settings is used . Use a lower power level when cooking fbods that have a tendenc } to boil over , such as scalloped potatoes . Rest periods ( when the microv , ave energ 7 ( : } des el ! ) oixe time fi ) r the toed to ' eqtmlize " or trander heat to the inide of the lbod . An example of this is shov , rnwith power level 3 - the deh'ost Qde . if microwave energ 7 ( lid not ( : _ cle eli , the outside of the tbod would cook beiore tile inide was deli'osted . Here are some examples of uses for various power levels ' , Nigh lO : Nslh bacon , vegetables , ! ) oilhlg liquids . Med - High 7 : Gentle cooking of meat and poultry ; baking casseroles aild reheating . i _ _ : i ; i { ii { { { ixii _ i ! i ! i _ ii " ill _ _ Medium 5 : SIOW cook [ Ilg a [ ld tenderizing tor ste'ws ; iHld less te _ lder € tits of meat . Low & Deflx _ sting ; simmering ; delicate sauces . Wau _ l : Keeping fi _ od warm ; softening butter . 13
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iitt / ! About the time features . Time Cook time Cook I [ 1 TIME COOK . 5 , HO _ . VS } _ ) ll t ( ) I ] ] iCrOW _ lV _ _ t ) [ " _ ll ] _ [ il ] le ll ! ) 1 ( ) t . . ) 9 rnfi ] _ . ] tes and 99 seconds . Power Jevel tO ( High ) is amom ; _ ti ( aii ? set bm _ u ha ? Io o , 11o , o , 11oo , ol ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; _ change i , _ tbr more flexibilit } , mmm Press TIMECOOK . D START / PAUSE [ ) o _ arel " ] @ _ e ] I LO , ) Yi > _ . _ m3 } o ! 2 , e [ ] the door ( ] t ] rh ] g rime Cook _ o check the _ bo ( l . ( lose die door and press STABTto remme Tinle Cook tt [ Jets } ou ch : _ mge pov , er lex els automaficall } ( ho'ing cooki'ag . Here's how to ( I ( t it : Press TIMECOON power level I [ 0 . ) Press TIMEcoogagafi ] . i _ jiii pov'r @ " lle'el I [ 0 . ) At the e _ ] d of Time Cook L Time Cook ] ] com ] ts do'w _ ] . 74 ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; _
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iiii ; iiHiHilil ! iiiiiiiiiiii www . GEAppliances . com Cooking Guide for - time Cook NOTE " Use power level High ( 10 ) unless otherwise noted . Amount Time Comments ! iiiii ; ; : ; iill Asparagus ( fresh spears ) 1 lb . 8to 10 nfin . , In 1 ! _ qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup water . Med - High ( 7 ) ( frozen spears ) lO - oz , package 6 to 8 rain . In l - qt . casserole , Beaus ( fresh green ) 1 lb . cut in half 13to 17min . In 1 ! 4 _ - ( ttc , asserole , place 1 / 2 cup _ - ater . ( frozongreen ) lO - oz , package 7 to 9 min . In l - qt . casserole , [ ) lace 2 tablespoons water . ( frozenlima ) lO - oz , package 7 to 9 min . In l - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup water . Beets ( fresh , whole ) 1 bunch 20 to 25 mill . In 2 - qt . casserole , place 1 , / 2 cup water . Broccoli ( freshcut ) 1bunch 8 to 10 rain . Ira 2 - qt . casserole , place 1 , / 2 cup water . ( 11 / 4to 1 _ / 2lbs . ) ( freshspears ) I btmeh 10to 13mill . In 2 - qt . casserole , place 1 , / 4 cup water . ( 11 / 4to 1 ' / 2lbs . ) ( frozen , lO - oz , package 6 to 8 min . Ira l - qt . casserole , chopped ) ( frozenspears ) lO - oz , package 6 to 8 rain . In l - ( / t . ( asserole , pla ( e 3 tablespoons water . Cabbage ( fresh ) 1medium head ll to 13 rain . In 1 _ / _ or 2 - qt , t asserole , pla ( e ( about 2 lbs . ) 1 , / 4 cup water . ( wedges ) 14to 16 min . Ira 2 - or 3 - ( tt . casserole , [ ) lace 1 / 4 cup water . Carrots ( fresh , sliced ) llb . 7 to 9rain . ha 1K _ - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup water . ( frozoo ) lO - oz , package 6 to 8 rain . In l - qt , casserole , place 2 tablespoolas water . Cauliflower 1 mediumhead lOto 14min . ( flowerets ) In 2 - qt . casserole , place l / 2 cup water . i _ _ : i ; ii ] iiii ] iii _ iii ! i ! ii _ i " ll _ _ 1 medium head 10 to 17 min . ( fresh , whole ) In 2 - qt . casserole , place 1 / 2 cup water . ( frozen ) lO - oz , package 6 to 8 min . In l - qt . casserole , [ ) lace 2 tablespoons water . / 5
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iitt / ! About the time features . Amount Time Comments Corn ( frozenkernel ) lO - oz , package 5 to 8 mill . In l - ( tt , casserole , pla ( e 9 tablespoons water . Corn on the cob ( fresh ) 1 to 3 ears 4 to 5 mill . In round glass baking dish , place ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; _ ( orn . It corn is in husk , use no per ear water ; if corn has been husked , add 1 / 4 cup water . Rearrange after hall of time . ( frozen ) 1 ear 6 to 7 min . Place in round glass baking dish . 2to3 ears 3 to4 rain . Cover with vented plastic wrap . per ear Rearrange after half ot time . Mixed vegetables 5to 8 rain . ( frozen ) lO - oz , package In 1 - ( tt . casserole , place 3 tablespoons water , Peas 10 to 12 rain . ( fresh , shelled ) 2 lbs . unshelled In 1 - ( it . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup water . 5to 8rain . ( frozen ) lO - oz , package In 1 - ( tt . casserole , pla ( e 2 tablespoons water . Potatoes [ ' eel and ( alt into 1 - inch cubes . ( fresh , cubed , 4 potatoes 12 to 14 rain . white ) ( 6 to 8 oz . each ) [ ' lace in 2 - ( it . casserole Mth 1 / 2 ( a _ pwater . Stir after halt of time . ( fresh , whole , 1 ( 6 to 8 oz . ) 3 to 5 rain . Pierce with cooking t ( wk . [ ' lace in center of the oven . let stand sweet or white ) 5 minutes . Spinach ( fresh ) 10to 16oz . 6to8min . In 2 - qt . casserole , place washed spinach . 6to8min . ( frozen , chopped 10 - oz . package In 1 - ( tt . casserole , place and leaf ) 3 tablespoons water . iiii ! ii ! { { { iiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiii { i _ ii Squash 5to 7min . ( fresh , summer I lb . sliced In 1 _ k - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 and yellow ) ( _ lp water . 8to 11 min . Cut in hall and remove fibrous ( winter , acorn 1 squash orbuttemut ) ( about l lb . ) meml ) ranes . In round glass 1 ) aking dish , place squash cut - side < lown . Turn cut - side - up after 4 minutes . 16 ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; _
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iiii ; iiHiHilil ! iii : iiiiiiiii www . GEAppliances . com 77meDefrost \ , , . _ . _ _ _ Allows you to det _ ' ost ( br a selected leng - t ] Eof tinle . • TIME D [ IRE { T " Seethe Defrosting Guidefor suggestedtimes . ! iiiii ; ; : ; iill PreTs , , s , , , D , , , D , , . [ ] [ ] [ ] Fq [ ] q Power level is atltolnaticall _ set at 3 . belt can be c ] lanoed [ - - q You can defl'ost small items quickly by raising the power level alier entering the ume . Power level 1 cuts the total de tr osst " mfg tH " nem " about half : powerleve110 _ uts the total time to appro × imately 1 / 3 . Ho _ wver , todd will STARTPAUSE need more ii'equent attention than USEEal . dtfll tlmmI ) n _ _ noise may , be heard durin g - defrostino - o . This is normal when oven is not operating at Highpo _ vr . DefrostingTips , l ; oods t _ ' ozen in paper or plastic can be deti'osted in the package . Closed packages shotEld be slit , pierced or vented AI _ TER ibod has partially defl'osted . Plastic storage containers should be partiall } tmcovered . , Family - size , prepackaged ti'ozen dinners can be detmsted and microwaved . If the todd is in a ibil COlltainer , trallstor it to a illicrowave - sate dish . Foods that spoil easil } should not be allowed to sit out tor more than one hour alier det _ ' osting . Room temperature promotes the growth of harmful bacteria . For more even deti'osting of larger foods , such as roasts , use Auto Defrost . Be sure large meats are complete b deti'osted betore cooking . , When defrosted , R ) od shotEld be cool but sotiened in all areas . If still slightly iW , return to the microwave veU briefly , or let it stand a tow mintEtes . II _ _ _ : ; { { { 77
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iitt / ! About the time features . Defrosting Guide Time Comments Breads , Cakes Bread , buns or rolls ( I piece ) 1 ] fire . Svveet rolls tapprox . 12 oz . ) 4to 6 rain . ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; _ Fishand Seafood Fillets , frozen ( I IbJ 9 to 12 _ . Shellfish , smaflpieces ( 1 lb . ) 6 to 8 ndn . Place ] ) lock in casserole . Turn over and break up alter halt the time . Frail Plastic pouch - - 1 or 2 4 to 7 rain . ( 10 - oz . package ) Meat Bacon ( I lb . ) 4to 6 rain . Place unopened package in oven . I _ etstand 5 minutes after deii'osting . Franks ( I lb . / 4to 6 rain . Place unopened package in oven . Microx _ avejustuntil fl'anks can ibef separated . I _ etstand 5 minutes , necessaiT , to complete deimsting . Groundmeat ( I / bj 6 to 8 min . Turn meat over after halt the time . 12 to 16 min . RoasLb " eef , lamb , veal , pork Use powerlevel1 . per lb . 6to lOmin . Steaks , chopsandcutlets Place unwrapped meat in mcookinge dish , Turn over after halt file ti per lb . and shield warm areas with tbil . When th - dshed , separate pieces and let stand to complete defrostino Poultry 18to 22min . Chickenb , roiler - fryer Place wrapped chicken in dish . hUnwrapen and turn over aher hall the time . " W cutup ( 2 ½ to 3 / bs . ) finished , separate pieces and microwave 2 to 4 nfinutes more , if necessa U . I _ et stand to tinish deti'osting . Chickenw , hole 24 to 28 rain . Place wrapped chicken in dish . . M'ter half iiii ! ii ! { { { iiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiii { i _ sii . ( 2 ½ to3Ib ) dm time , unwrap and turn chicken ox _ r . Shield warm areas with toil . Nnish defl'osting . It necessa U , run cold water in the cavity until giblets can be removed . Cornishhen 10 to 16 min . Place unwrapped hen in the oven per lb . breasl - side - up . Turn over after half the time . Run cool _ ater in the cavil } until giblets can be removed . Turkey breast ( 4 to 6 IbsJ 6 to 10 min . Place unwrapped breast in dish breast - per lb . side - dox _ a - LAfter half the time , turn over and shield warm areas with t6il . Finish defl'osting . I _ et stand 1 to 2 hours in reti'igerator to complete deti'osting . 18 ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; _
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iiii ; iiHiHilil ! iii : iiiiiiiii www . GEAppl _ nce _ com Express Cook Thisis a quick wayto set cooking time for 1 - 6minutes . ! iii , ii ; ; : ; iill Press ( me at tile ExpressCookpads ( fl'om l to 6 ) t ( ) r 1 to 6 mirmtes of looking at powerlevel I0 . ] _ orexample , press tile 2 pad tor 2 nlinutes at looking tinle . The power level can be changed as time is ( ounting down . Press POWER LEVELand enter 1 - 10 . 30 Seconds Youcan usethis feature two ways , " h will add 30 so ( ends to the time ( otn - lthlg down each time file pad is pressed . It can be used as a quick wa ) to set 30 seconds at cooking tinle . 4hoot the convenience feature & Popcom To use tile Popcornteature : [ followpackage instI'tRtiOllS , USillg TimeCookif tile5 package is less than 1.75 ( ) in - ices or larger dlall 3 . ounces . Place the package of popcorn in the center of tile microwave . 12 Press POPCORNonce for a 3,5 ounce package at " - popcorn , twice for a 3.0 ounce package or three Useonly withprepackaged microwavepopcornweighing tinles for a 1.75 ounce package . Tile oven starts 1.75to 3.5ounces . immediatel } . How toAdjustthePopcornProgramto Providea Shorteror LongerCookTime iiilliH ! ! ii ! il ! It you find dlat the brand at popcorn } x ) uuse underpops or overcooks consistendy , ? x ) u can add or subtract 20 seconds to die automatic popping time . Toadd time : After pressing POPCORNp , ress 9 immediately after tile ( Well starts ti ) r ai1 extra 20 seconds . iiiiiii iiiii ! Tosubtract time : Atier pressing POPCORN , press I inlmediately after 19 the oven starts t0r 20 seconds less cooking time .
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iitt / ! Aboutthe conveniencefeatures . Reheat The Reheat teature reheats man ) previousl ) ( ooked the ( is , REHEAT Press REHEAT i ii4i _ Sele ( t food type 1 - 7 tor one serving ( see Reheat Guide l ) elow ) ' . For tbod types 1 6 , press 2or 3 to reheat 2 or START / PAUSE : : : : : : : : 3 : : : s : e : : rvings , NOTE : The serving size may be changed or added after pressing STARTby pressing number pads 1,2 or 3 Serving size for food type 7 cannot be changed . ReheatGuide Comments 1 Pasta Cover with lid or vented plastic x _ Tap . 2 Meats , casseroles , pizza Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . 3 Fruits and vegetables ( ; over with lid or vented plastic wrap . 4 Beverages , 8 - I0 oz . Use wide mouth mt N . 5 Saucesandgravies ( ; over with lid or vented plastic wrap . Do not cover . 6 PinTa ( pieces ) 7 Plate of leftovers ( ; over with vented plastic _ Tap . ( 2 to 3 foods , 4 oz . each ) iiii ! ii ! { { { iiiiiii / iiiiiiiiii { i _ ii Beverage ToUse the Beverage Feature : ] , , , BEVERAGE Press BEVERAGEonE e ti ) r a 4 oz . beverage , twice t0r an 8 oz . beverage or fl _ ree times tilr a 12 oz . beverage . Drinks heated with the Beverage feature may be very but Remove the container with care . 2O
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iiii ; iiHiHilil ! iiiiiiiiiiii www , GEAppifances , com Auto Defrost ! iiiii ; ; : ; iill 6 6 6 Use AutoDefrostlor meat , poulu T and fish . " ) P " ) P " _ I Use time Defrostlor most odler ti'ozen the ( Is . AUTO DEFROST AutoDefrostautomatically sets tile deii'ostir N times and [ ] DDD power levels to give even defl'osting resuhs for meats . [ ] D potllu T and fish . DDD { _ Using tile ConversionGuidebelow , enter toed weight . D i , _ F'or example , press pads I and 2 for 1.2 pounds ( 1 peEred , 3 ounces ) . START PAUSE There is a handy guide located on the inside front of the oven . Remove meat fl'om package and place on microwave - sate dish . Twice durino - ( teii ' ( ) st the oven signals " TURn . " At each " TURn " signal , turn tile toed over , Remove defl'osted meat or shield warm areas with small pieces ot toil . _ Mier defl'osting , most meats need to stand 5 minutes to complete deti'osting , . [ arge , roasts , , should stand tot o - dl ) Otlt ) 0 mlntltes , ConversionGuide If the weight of food is seated in pounds and ounces , the ounces must be converted to tenths _ 1 ) era pounc _ WeightofFoodin Ounces EnterFoodWeight ( tenthsofa pound ) I - 2 . 1 3 . 2 4 - 5 . 3 6 - 7 . 4 i _ _ : i ; iiiiiiiixii _ i ! i ! i " i [ _ ill _ _ 8 . 5 9 - 10 . 6 11 . 7 12 - 13 . 8 14 - 15 . 9 21
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iittl ! About the other features . CookingCompleteReminder To remind you that ) ou have t _ ) od in tile oven , tile oven will beep orlce a minute lll - ltil } Oil either open tile oven door or press CLEAR / OFF Press t ( enter the time of dav or to check tile thlle of dav while rnicrowaving . Press STARTorCLOCK . Delay Delay allows you to set the microwave to delay cookino - up to 12 hours . DELAY Press DELAY . l £ nter the tirne ' _ ( ) 1 _ w1 ant tile ( ) yen to start . ( Be sure ' _ ' _ the microwave ( lock shows tile correct time ( ) Ida ' , . ) Select ) our desired cooking program . Press START The Delay ume will be displa ) ed . The oven will iiii ! ii ! iiiiiiiiiMiii { i @ automaticall ) start at tile dela } ed time . The tinle ( ) Ida ) rna } be displa ) ed by pressing CLOCK . Child Lock - Out YOU Inay lock the control panel to prevent the nlicrowave ti'om being accidentally started or used by children . To lock or unlock the controls , press and hold CLEAR / Off CLEAR ti ) r about throe seconds . When the control panel is OFF locked , LOCwillbe displayed . 22
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iiii ; iiHiHilil ! iii : iiiiiiiii GEApp # ancesc , om 7Truer ! iiiii ; ; : ; iill riMER It operates as a minute timer . ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; : ; : _ It / an be used as a hold setting - aider defl'osting . The Timer operates without microwave energ ) , . Ho to seasaMin ° te D Tl R . l _ 2nter ttle anlOtll ? t of tirne ' _ Otl " w _ lnt to Cotlnt down . Press SNRT When tile time is up , tile timer will signal . How to Use to Delay the Staff of Cooking You can set tile mi / rowave to dela ) cooking up to 99 minutes and 99 seconds . Press TIMECOOK } 11 - 1ednter tile } lln ( ) l _ lllt ot cooking - time . Press TIMERand enter ttle amount ot thne to dela > tile start of cooking . Press START . Tile timer will begin coun tirlg do ' _ vn to zero arm cooking'will then begin . Howto Use to Set a Holding time \ ' ou can set a holding - time between Defrost and Time Cook , fl'om one second to 99 minutes . i ' _ Enter tile _ ln ] ollrl [ oftirne ' , ou W } ll ] [ tile oven to hold . ii ; ii _ , Press TIMECOOK . ; _ _ : i ; iiiiiixii { iii ; ? iiill _ _ 23
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iitt / ! About the other features . START / PAUSE allows ) ou to stop cooking without opening the door or iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii START / PAUSE < ( leafing the displa ) . Microwave terms . Definition Arcing Arcim2 is tl , e microwave term lor sparks in tl _ e oven . Ardng is caused by : metal or toil touching the side olthe oven . foil that is not molded to tood ( upton - led edges a , t like anlennas ) . metal sud _ as twist - ties , poulu ) " pins . gold - rinm _ ed dishes . i'e _ led paper towels containing small metal pieces . Covering Covers hold in moisture , allow tDr more even heating and reduce cookinu time . Venting plastic x _ Tap or coveting with wm _ , paper allows excess steam to escape . Shielding In a remflar oven . you shield chicken breasts or baked loods to iiliiiiiiiii / iiiiiiiiiiii prevent over - browning . When microwaving , you use small strips ot toil u ) shield thin parts , such as the tips ol wings and legs on poultry , which would cook betore larger parts . Standing Time When you took with regular oveils , toods such as roasts or cakes are alh ) wed to stand to linish cooking or 1o set . Standing time is c _ pedally important in microwave cooking . Note that a microwaved cake is not placed on a cooling rack . Venting Alter covering a dish with plastic wrap , you vent the plastic wrap by mrninu - back one corner so excess steam can escape . 24 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
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_ iiii ; iiHiHilil ! iii : iiiiiiiii Careanddeanin _ of the miCrOWaVe oven , _ w , ; EApp _ iances . com Helpful Hints Opetnileovednooar _ wmi . nt _ e , sercoo _ na _ itro ( ) tit tile inside . An occasional dloroll @ l wipi'ng - widl a solution ( ffbaMxg soda and water keeps the inside l _ ' esh . Unplug thecordbeforecleaninganypartOfthis oven . How to Clean the Inside Walls , Floor , InsideWindow , Metal andPlasticPartson theDoor Some spatters can be removed widl a paper towel , others ma ) require a damp cloth . Renlove greasy spatters widl a sudsy cloth , then rinse widl a damp cloth . Do not use abrasive cleaners or sharp utensils oil oven walls . Tocleanthesurfaceof thedoorandthesurfaceof theoventhat cometogetheruponclosing , useonlymild , nonabrasivseoapsor detergentsusinga spongeor softcloth . Rinsewith a dampcloth anddr _ Neverusea commercialOvencleaneron anypart ofyour microwave . Removable Turntable and Turntable Support To prevent breakage , do not place die turntable into water iust after cooking . Wash it carefull : , in warm . suds ? water or in the dishwasher . Tile turntable and support can be broken if dropped . Remember , do not operate tile oven widlout the turntable and support in place . i _ _ : i ; iiiiiiixii { ii ? ilil [ _ i _ 25
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iittl ! Care and cleaning of the microwave oven . How to Clean the Outside Donotuse cleanerscontainingatnmoniaoralcoholonthe microwaveoven . Ammoniaoralcoholcan damagethe appearanceof themicrowave . Case Clean tile outside ot tile microwave with a sudsy cloth . Rinse and then ( t _ ) - . Wipe the window clean with a damp cloth . ControlPanelandDoor Wipe with a damp cloth . 1 ) _ ) - thoroughly . Do not use cleaning sprays , large amounts of soap and water , abrasives or sharp ol _ iects on the panel - they can damage it . Some paper towels can also scratch the control panel . Door Surface It's importar | t to kee I ) tile area clear | where tile door seals against the microwave . Use onl } mild , non - abrasive detergents applied with a clean sponge or soft cloth . Rinse well . iiii ! ii ! iiiiiiiiii / iiiiiiiiiiii _ ii
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Before you call for $ ervice . . o w , . ; EA li , ces . com Troubleshooting - tips Save time and money ! Review the charts on the following pages first and you may not need to call for service . Possible Causes What To Do Oven will notstart A fuse in your home Repla ( e iuse or reset may be blown or the circuit breaker . circuit breaker tripped . + f Power surge . Unplug tim microwave oven , then plug it back in . Plug not fully inserted Make sure the 3 - prong into wall outlet . Dluo on the oven is rifle f 0 inserted into wall outlet . Door not securely closed . ( ) pen tim door and close se ( _ lrely Controlpanellighted , Door not securely closed . Open the door and close yetovenwill not start ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; se ( _ uely . SrARrpad not pressed Press START after entering cooking selection . Another selection entered Press CLEAR / OFT already in oven and CLEAR / OFFpad not pressed to cancel it . Cooking time not entered Make sure _ , _ ) uhave after pressing TIMECOOK , entered cooking time alter pressing TIMECOOK CLEAR / OFFwas pressed Reset cooking prog - ranl accidentally , and press START Food weight not entered Make sure _ ) u have after pressing AUTO entered tbod weight DEFROST alter pressing AUTO DEFROST Food type not entered Make sure you have after pressing REHEAT entered a toDd t } ] ) e . Power failure or Reset tim clock . " PF " showsin thedisplay microwave has been unplugged . 27
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Before you call for service . . . Things ThatAre Normal With YourMicrowave Oven Steam or vapor escaping fl'om around the door . Iigtn reflection around door or outer case . I ) immin _ ) oven lio - htoand chanaeo in the blower sound at l ) ° wer levels other than high . Dull thumping sound while oven is operating . TV / radio interierence might be noticed while using the microwave . Sinfilar to the intert _ ' rence caused by other small appliances , it does not indicate a problem with the microwave . Plug the microwave into a different electrical circuit , move the radio or T \ : as tilr away Fore the nficrowave as possible , or check the position and signal of the TV / radio antenna . 28
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Consumer Product Ownership Registration I ) ear ( ; llstomer : Thank ) ou for purchasing our product and thank you for placing your contidence in us , We are proud to have ) ou as a customer ! Follow these three steps to protect your new appliance investment : M'ter mail ! no Read ? xmr Owner's your Consmner tile registration below , Manual carefully , store this document ill Product Ownershipail It will help you Complete and m Registration today . • a sate place . oIt operate your new contains illtormation Have the peace ot appliance properly . mind of knowing we you will need should Call contact _ , OU lla you require service . Our service number is tile unlikely'event of 8 ( t ( t GE ( ; ARES a satet } moditication . ( 800432 - 2737 ) . Model Number Serial Number I I I I I I I I I I I III I I I I I I I I Important : If you did not get a registration card with your product , detach and return the form below to ensure that your product is registered , or register online at www . GEAppliances . com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ Cm here Consumer Product Ownership Registration I . . . . . . . . . . . I I , , , , , , , I Model Number Serial Number Mr . [ ] Ms . [ ] Mrs . [ ] Miss [ ] Name ! ! I I ! I I ! I I Name I ! I I ! ! I ! I I ! I I Street I I Address t I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Ap # tI , , , , , , , IE - mailAddress I I L _ M I I ( itv i i i i i i i i i i i i i State Codel I I I l Dale Pla _ ed II1 Use Phol - le Mon _ tll D _ , k . _ JVearL . J N . ml , erl , , I - I , , I - I , , , I ( ) ccasionall ) , we lna } allow selected companies to send ) ou information . [ ] Check here it ) ou do not want this information . GEAppfiances General Electric Company Louisville , Kentucky ww _ GEAppliances com 30
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GEMicrowave Oven Warranty . Aft warranty service provided by our Staple your receipt here . Factory Service Centers , or an authorized Proof of the original Customer Care _ technician . Toschedule purchase date is needed service , on - line , 24hours a day , contact to obtain service under us at www . GEAppliances . com , or call the warranty , 800 - GE - CARES . GEWill Replace : Oue Year Anypart oI the microwave overl which tails due to a Fromthe date of the detect in materials or ' , mrkmanship . I ) udng this original purchase one - yearlimited warran $ GE will also prosde , free of charge , all labor to replace the delective part . You will be responsible tbr any in - home se _ ' ice costs . Four Yeats The magnetrou tube , it " the magnetron tul ) e tails due to For the second through a ( leie ( t in materials or workmanship . ] ) uring this fifth year from the date additional thrae - year limited warranty , you will be of the original purchase responsible tor any labor or in - home se _ , - i ( e costs . For each of the above warranties : Toavoid any trip charges , you must take the microwave oven to a general Electric CustomerCare _ ' servicer and pick it up following service . In - borneserviceis also available , but youmust pay for the service technician's travelcosts to your home . Service trips to your home to teach you Replacement of house fuses or how to use the product . resetting of circuit breakers . Improper installation . Damage to the product caused by accident , face , floods or acts of God . Failure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for Incidental or consequential dmnage other than the intended purpose caused by possible defects with this or used commercially . appfiance . Thiswarrantyis extendedto theoriginapl urcbaserandanysucceedinogwnerforproductspurcbased forhomeusewithintheUSA , InAlaska , thewarrantyexcludesthecostof shippingorservicecallsto yourborne . Some states do not allow the exclusionor limitation of Incidental or consequential damages . This warranty gives youspecific legal rigbts , and youmay also baveother rights which varyfrom state to state . Toknow what your legal rights are , consult your local or state coesumer affairs office or your state's Attorney Geeeral . 37
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