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READ ALL SAbETY INkDRMA TYON BEFORE USING 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 . A For your safety , the infbrmation in this manual must be fbllowed to minimize the risk of fire . . . . 7r . . . . . . . or explosion or to prevent property damage , FI _ ' CA U'I IONS ' personal injm _ orlososflite , TO AVOID Do Not Attempt Do Not Operate the oven to operate this oven if it is damaged . It is POSSIBLE with the door ( ) pen particularly important since open - door that the oven door EXPOSURE operation can result close properly and in harmhd exposure that there is no TO EXCESSIVE to xmcrowave energy , damage to the : MICROWA _ It is important not to / door ( bent ) . defeat or tamper with 2 hinges and latches ENERGY the safe ty interlocks . broken or loosened ) , Do Not Place any object 3 door seals and sealing between the oven h'ont surf'aces . face and the door or The Oven ShouldNot allow soil or cleaner be adjusted or repaired residue to accumulate by anyone except on sealing surfaces . properly qualified se _ icc personnel .
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• Read and tk ) llow the • Do not operate this specific " Precautions to appliance if it has a Avoid Possible Exposure damaged power cord or to Excessive Microwave plug , if it is not working Energy " on page 2 . properly , or if it has been damaged or dropped . • This appliance must be If the power cord is grounded . Connect only damaged , it must be to properly grounded replaced b ) ' General outlet . See Grounding Electric Service or an Instructions section on authorized service agent page 9 . using a power cord fl'om • Do not mount this General Electric . appliance over a sink . • Do not cover or block • Install or locate this any openings on the appliance only in appliance . accordance with the • Use this appliance only provided Installation tk ) r its intended use as Instructions . described in this manual . • This ove ( = the - range oven Do llOt use corrosix _ was designed tk ) r use over chemicals or w _ pors in _ ) ( ) . ranges no wider than _ " " this appliance . This It may be installed ( ) vet microw _ itve ovell is both gas and electric specifically designed to cooking equipment . heat , dry or cook tk ) od , and is not intended tk ) r laboratory or industrial use .
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tK2AD ALL SAH 2TY INkDRMA TYON BEFORE USING * To reduce the risk of fire * Do not siore this appliance * See door surtime cleaning ouidoors . Do not use this instructions in the Cm'e in the oven cavil ) : product near water - - and Cleaning section ( s ) - - Do not overcook of this manual . tot example , in a wet % od . Careflflly attend llllsen / ellt , he } iF _ l appliance when paper , * This appliance must only swimming pool , near a plastic or other be serviced by qualified sink or in similar locations . combusfil / le materials service personnel . Contact nearest authorized service * Keep power cord away arc placed inside the fl'om heated surfi _ ces . oven while cooking . ti _ cili / T tot examination , repair or a ( , tiustlnent . - - Remove wire twis / - ties * Do not immerse power and metal handles cord or plug in water . . A _ swith any appliance , flom paper or plastic close supervision is containers lie % re placing necessary when used them in the oven . by children . - - Do not use the oven ® Do not store anything % r storage purposes . directly on top of the n / icI'owiwe oven sni't { lce Do not leave paper when the n / icrowm'e oven produc / s , cooking uiensils or tood in tile is in operation . ( wen when not in use . - - If materials inside oven ignite , kee I ) the oven door closed , turn the oven offand disconnect the power cord , or shut off power at the fl _ se or circuit breaker panel . If the door is opened , the fire m _ w spread . - - Do not use the Sensor Features twice in Succession on the saine tood portion . If tood is under cooked after the Iirst CO / ln [ do % ' n , use 77meCookt _ , r additional cooking time . , SAVE THESE INSTRUCJYONS
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I , . I SPECIAL N07 ? ? , S ABO UF MICRO WAVING • Foil not molded to fitod Arcing is the microwave term tbr sparks in tlte ( upturned edges act like oven . Arcing is caused by : antenmts ) . • Tlte metal sltelf ( if • Metal , such as twist - ties , included ) not installed poultry pins or gold - rimmed disltes , in tlte correctly so it toucltes tlte microwave wall . II / ic rowave . Tlte temperature probe • Recycled paper towels ( if included ) in tlte containing small metal microwave llut not pieces being used in tlte inserted in tlte tood . II / ic rowave , • Metal or fi ) il touclting tlte side of tlte oven . Do not pop popcorn in • Operating tlte microwave with no tood inside tbr your microwave oven II / Ore than a minute or unless in a special microwave popcorn two may cause damage to tlte o ` ` ' en and could accessory or unless you start a fire . It increases use popcorn lal / eled Jot use ill microwave { ) ` ` ' ellS . the heat around tlte magnetron and can • Some products suclt as shorten the litc of wltole eggs and sealed tlte oven . containers t _ ) r example , • Foods witlt unl / roken closed jars - - are able to outer " skin " suclt as explode and should not be lteated in tltis potatoes , ltot dogs , microwave oven . Such use sa / lsages _ toIllatoes _ of tlte microwave o ` ` _ n apples , clticken li ` ` ' ers could result in il / . iury . and otlter giblets , and egg yolks sltould be • Do not boil eggs in a pierced to allow steam microwave { ) , , ' ell . Pressure to escape during will build up inside egg cooking . yolk and will cause it to burst , possibly resulting in il / . iury .
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SPECIAL N07 2S ABO UF MICRO WAVING o Do not overcook * Avoid heating baby % od SAFETYFACT in glass jars , even with the potatoes . They could SUPERHEATED WATER lid otE Make sure all dehydrate and catch in £ mt food is thoroughly fire , causing damage Liquids , such as water , cooked . Stir % od to to your oven . coffee or tea , are able to distribute the heat evenl } _ be overheated beyond o Cook meat and poultry Be careflfl / o prevent the boiling point without thoroughly - - meat to scalding when warming appearing to be boiling . at least an INTERNAl , % rnmla or breast milk . Visible bubbling or boiling temperature of ] 60 ° F The container may tcel when the container is and poultry to at least an cooler titan tile milk really removed from the microwave INTERNAl , temperature is . Alway _ s test the milk oven is not always present . of ] 80 ° K Cooking to be % re feeding tile baby . TH / S COULD RESULT these temperatures / N VERYHOT L / OU / DS * Don't defrost frozen usually protects against SUDDENLY BO / L / NG OVER toodborne illness . beverages in narrow - WHEN THE CONTA / NER / S necked bottles ( especially D / STUBBED OR A SPOON carbonated beverages ) . OR OTHER UTENSIL / S Even it " the container is INSERTED INTO THE L / OU / D . opened , pressure can build up . This can cause To reduce tile risk of iI _ jury the container to burst , to persons : possibly resulting in - - Do not overheat the iI _ , jury . liquid . * Hot toods and steam - - Stir tile liquid botl _ c _ ln cause b / Irns , ge be % re and halt _ , ay careflfl when opening t } lio / lgh heating it . any containers of hot - - Do not use straight - tood , including popcorn sided containers with bags , cooking pouches narrow necks . and boxes . To prevent possible i @ _ ry , direct - - After heating , allow the smam away flom hands container to stand in and thee . the microwave oven tot a short time betore removing the container . - - Use extreme care wilen inserting a spoon or other utensil into the container .
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Make sure all cookware If the dish remains cool • Paper towels , waxed used in your microwave and only the water in the paper and plastic wrap oven is suitable lot can be used to cover cup heats , then the dish is microwave - sale . dishes in order to retain microwaving . Most glass casseroles , cooking dishes , moisture and prevent If you use a meat measuring cups , custard spattering . Be sure to thermometer wl - file cups , pottery or china vent plastic wrap so cooking , make sure it is dinnerware which does not steam Call escape . sale Jot use in microwave have metallic trim or glaze ( ) VeilS , • Cookware may become with a metallic sheen can hot because of heat • Do not use recycled be used . Some cookware translcrred tiom the paper products . P , ecycled is labeled " suitable tbr heated tood . Pot holders paper towels , napkins Illicfowaving . " may be needed to handle and waxed paper can the cookware . contain metal flecks which may cause arcing • " Boilable " cooking or ignite . Paper products pouches and tightly containing nylon or closed plastic bags should nylon filaments should be slit , pierced or vented How to test for a microwave - safe dish . be avoided , as they may as directed by package . also ignite . If they are not , plastic • If you are not sure if could burst during or • Some stvrolbam tl _ ay : s a dish is microwave - sale , immediately after ( like those that meat is use tl - fis test : Place in the cooking , possibly resulting packaged on ) have a thin oven 1 ) oth the dish you in il / jury . Ms ( ) , plastic strip of metal embedded are testing and a glass storage containers should in the bottom . When measuring cup filled with be at least partially microwavcd , the metal can 1 cup of water - - set the uncovered because they burn the floor of the oven measuring cup either form a tight seal . YVhen or ignite a paper towel . in or next to the dish . cooking with containers Microwave 30 - 45 seconds • Do not use the microwave tightly covered with at lfigh . If the dish lmats , to dry newspapers . plastic wrap , remove it should not be used for • Not all plastic wrap covering careflflly and microwaving . is suitable Jot use in direct steam away ti'om ii / icrowave ovells . hands and lace . Check the package Jot proper use .
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SPECIAL NOTES ABO UF MICRO WAVING Plastic cookware - - Plasfic o Use % il only as directed in Follow these guidelines : this manual . When using cookware designed % r I Use microwave - sate toil in tile microwave microwave cooking is very plastics only and use oven , keep the toil at least useflll , but should be used them in strict compliance ] " away from tile sides of carefllll ) _ Even microwave - with the cookware the oven . sate plastic may not be as n ] } lnlltilC tu re r _ S tolerant of overcooking recon / n / endatlons . conditions as are glass or 2 Do not microwave empty ceramic materials and containers . may soften or char if subjected to short periods Do not permit children of overcooking . In longer to use plastic cookware exposures to overcooking , without comple / e the tood and cookware supervision . could ignite . The tim will operate o In the event of a grease o When preparing fire on the surface units automatically under flaming % ods under below the microwave certain conditions ( see the microwave , turn the vent tim on . Automatic Fan teamre ) . oven , smother a flaming Take care to prevent tile pan on the surfilce unit o Never leave surtitce units starting and spreading of by covering the pan beneath your microwave accidental cooking fires completely with a lid , a oven unattended at high while tile vent tim is ill use . cookie sheet or a fiat tra > heat settings . Boilovers o Clean tile underside of o Use care when cleaning cause smoking and greasy the microwave often . the vent tim filter . spillovers that may ignite Do not allow grease Corrosive cleaning and spread if the microwave vent t _ m is to build up on the agents , such as lye - 1 ) ased microwave or the oven cleaners , may operating . To minimize tim filter . damage the filter . automatic tim operation , use adequate sized cookware and use high heat on surt _ tce units only when necessary .
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I , . I GR0 UNDING TR UC770N / OFHONAL KEIS This appliance is equipped Do not , tinder any circtlmstaltces , ctlt or with a power coM having a grounding wire with a remove the third ( ground ) grounding plug . The plug prong fi'om the power cord . must be plugged into an Do not use an adapter plug Ensure proper gr0und outlet that is properly with tlfis appliance . exists before use , installed alld _ TOtlllded . Do not use an extension Consuh a qualified cord with tlfis appliance . WARNING electrician or service If the power cord is too Improper use of the mchnician if the grounding short , have a qualified groundingplug can result instructions are not electrician or service in a risk of electric shock . complemly understood , teclmician install an outlet or if doultt exists as to This appliance must be near the appliance . whether the appliance is grounded . In the event of For best opecafion , plug properly grounded . an electrical short circuit , this appliance into its own If the outlet is a standard grounding reduces the electrical outlet to prevent risk of electric shock by 2 - prong wall Otlflet , it is flickering of lights , l ) lowing providing an escape wire your personal responsiltilitv of filse or tripping of circuit lot the electric current . and oltligafion to have it breaker : replaced with a properly grounded 2 _ prong wall outlet . Each kit contains two Filler Panel Kits JX48WH - - White 3 " - wide filler panels . JX48BL - - Black JXglA - - Recirculating When replacing a 36 " Charcoal FilterKit range hood , filler panel Fiher kits are used when kits fill in the additional the microwave ( welt caltltot width to provide a CtlStOm lie vented to the outside . OX48 ltuilt - in appearance . Available at extra cost from For installation ltetween your GE supplier , or see caltinets only ; not tor GE Service Numbers . end - oJ : caltinet installation .
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Features of Your Microwave ( Tlm ) uKllout this manual , , fi ) atu _ ) s and a [ ) [ _ earan ( w mcO ' vao ' fivm your model . ) / / / / / / / i / ll \ \ \ \ _ \ Q Door Handle . Pull to 7 Removable Turntable . ( ) pen the door : The Turntable and support door must be securely must be in place latched tot the when using the oven . II / icr ( ) w _ ve to operate . The tucntable may be removed t ( ) i cleaning . Door Latches . 2 8 Convenience Guide . Window with Metal 3 Shield . Screen allows 9 Sheff ( on some models ) . cooking to be viewed Lets you microwave several toods at once . while keeping microwaves confined Food microwaves best in the oven . when placed directly on the turntable . 4 Touch Control Panel . 10 Rating Plate . Located 5 Cooktop Light . on the inside wall of Grease Filter , 6 the II / icI'ow _ ] tv ( _ ov ( _ l'l . 10
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The Controls on Your Microwave Oven ( 7 / mm _ , % ut this mcmucd , . / e ( _ tu _ s and ap [ _ ear ( _ ncem _ O'va _ y . fiom your model . ) You can microwave by time , temperature or with the convenience features . Express Cook - _ , _ 1 2 3 4 5 6 IPowe _ IrAd " d Level ) 30 Sec . Time Features TimeCooking Press Enter TIME COOKI & II ( Press once ortwice ) Amount of cooking time . DEFROSTAUTO / TIME ( Presstwice ) Amount of defi'osting time . EXPRESS COOK Starts immediately ! POWERLEVEL Power level 1 - 10 . ADD 30 SEC Starts imm ediately ! 11
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LPototo _ jFDefros _ A Convenience Features COOK ( on some models ) Food r _ , l ) e 1 - 9 + weight POPCORN Starts immediatel ? ! more / less time serxing size ( See Reheat Guide ) serving size BEVERAGE Starts immediatel } ! serxing size POTATO Starts immediatel } ! serxing size VEGETABLE ( on some models ) Food t _ l ) e 1 - 3 + weight DEFROST AUT0 / TIME Food weight ( Press once ) . . . . . . . . 12
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\ ; ] triable power levels add to " ' equalize " or thruster heat to the inside of the flexibility ' to microwave cooking . The power levels fi ) od . An example of this on tile n / icrowllve o ' , _ n is shown with power level 3 the deii " ost cxcle . / f can be compared to the microwave enerax did not S / lrJ _ lce units on a range . cycle off . the outside of the High ( power level 10 ) or fi ) od would cook befi ) re fldl power is the thstest way the inside \ _ as deli " osted . to cook and gives you 100 % powen Each power Here are sonic exHn ] pies level gives you microwave ( ) t " liNeS J ( ) I " vHriot / s power energy a certain percent of levels : the time . Power level 7 is DISPLAY microwave energy 70 % of Power Level Best Uses tile time . Power level 3 is High 10 Fish . bacon , LPause9 energy " 30 % of the time . vegetables . boiling liquids . A high setting ( 10 ) will Med - High 7 Gentle cook t { tster but fi ) od mW How to Changethe cooking of need more ti'equent Power Level meat and stirring , rotating or turning The power leve ! nlay b _ pouhw ; oven Most cooking will be entered 0r dmnged / baking casseroles done on High ( power level immediately after and reheating . 10 ) . A lower setting will entering the tcature { cook more evenly and need Medium 5 Slow cooking time * arT ! MECOOI < and tenderizing less stirring or rotating of TIME DEFROST or such as stews the tood . EXPRESS COOK . The and less tender power leve ! may a ! so be curs of ' meat , Some toods may have Changed during time better flav ( m texture or Low 2 or 3 Defrosting Countdown . witlaom appearance if one of tile cooking ; lower settings is used . Use I PressTIME COOKor i _ simmering : a hlwer power level when select TimeDefrost . delicate sauces . cooking toods tllat have a 2 Entercooking or Warm I Keeping fbod tendency to l ) oil over , snell i warm withom as scalloped potatoes . overcooking : softening Rest periods ( wllen tlle butten microwave energy cycles off ) give time tor tlle tood 13
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7 me Features Time CookI Time CookII Allows you to microwave Lets you change power tk ) r any time up to 99 levels automatically during minutes and 99 seconds . F Express Cook cooking . Here's how to do it : 1 2 3 Power level ] 0 ( High ) I Press TIME COOK . is automatically set , but you may change it tot 2 Enter the first cook time . more flexibili W . 3 Change the power level \ _ m may open the door 7 8 9 if you don't want full during Time Cook to power . ( Press POWER check the tbod . Close the LEVEl , Select a desired 0 door and press START DISPLAY power level ] - ] 0 . ) to resume cooking . 4 Press TIME COOK again . 5 Enter the second cook tim e . 1 Press TIME COOK . 6 Change the power level 2 Entercooking time . if you don't want full 3 Changepower level power . ( Press POWER if youdon'twant full I , EVEL . Select a power level ] - ] 0 . ) power . ( Press POWER LEVELS . elect a 7 Press START . desiredpower level At the end of Time Cook I , I - Io . ) Time Cook II counts down . 4 PressSTART iili 14
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Cooking Guide for 7 me Cook I & H NOTE . " Usepower level High ( 10 ) unless otherwise noted . Vegetable Amount Time Comments Asparagus 6 to 9 rain . , ( flesh spears I 1 Ih . In 1 ½ - qt . ohlong glass haking dish , Med - High ( 7 ) place 1 / 4 cup water . 5 to 7 rain . ( frozen spears _ 10 - oz . package In 1 - qt . casserole . Beans 9 to 11 rain . ( flesh green , 1 Ih . cut ill half In 1 ½ - qt . casserole , place 1 / 2 cup water . 6 to 8 rain . ( flozen green I l ( ) - oz , package In 1 - qt . casserole , place 2 tahlespoons water . Ifrozen lima 6 to 8 rain . 10 - oz , package In 1 - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup water . Beets i flesh , whole 17 to 21 rain . 1 bunch / n 2 - qt . casserole , place 1 / 2 cup water . Broccoli ( fresh cut _ 1 bunch 7 to 10 rain . In 2 - qt . casserole , place 1 / 2 cup water . , 17 _ to 172lhs . ) 1 bunch 9 to 13 rain . ( flesh spears In 2 - qt . ohlong glass haking dish , place , 17 _ to 172lhs . ) 1 / 4 cup water . 5 to 7 rain . I frozen . 10 - oz . package In 1 - qt . casserole . chopped ) 5 to 7 rain . ( flozen spears J 10 - oz . package In 1 - qt . casserole , place 3 tahlespoons water . Cabbage ( flesh 1 medium head 8 to 11 rain . In 1 ½ - or 2 - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup water . . ahout 2 lhs . ) 7 to 10 rain . ( wedges In 2 - or 3 - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup water . Carrots 7 to 9 rain . ( fi'esh . sliced 1 Ih . In 1 ½ - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup water . 5 to 7 rain . Iflozen ) 10 - oz . package In 1 - qt . casserole , place 2 tahlespoons water . Cauliflower ( floweretsl 1 medium head 9 to 14 rain . In 2 - qt . casserole , place 1 / 2 cup water . 10 to 17 rain . ( flesh . whole ) l medium head In 2 - qt . casserole , place 1 / 2 cup water . Iflozen _ 5 to 7 rain . 10 - oz . package In 1 - qt . casserole , place 2 tahlespoons water . 15
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Cooking Guide for 7 me Cook I & H Vegetable Amount Time Comments Corn 5 to 7 rain . Iti'ozen kernell lO - oz , package In 1 - qt . casserole , place 2 tablespoons water , Cornonthe cob ( fl'esh J ] to 5 ears 3 to 4 rain . In 2 - qt . obhmg glass baking dish , place corn . If corn is in husk , use no water ; per ear if corn has been lmsked , add 1 / 4 cup water . Rearrange after half of time . ( fl'ozen _ 1 ear 5 to 6 rain . Place in 2 - qt . obhmg glass baking dish . 2 to 6 ears 3 to 4 rain . Cover with vented plastic wrap . per ear Rearrange after half of time . Mixed vegetables i frozen 5 to 7 rain . l O - oz . package In 1 - qt . casserole , place 3 tablespoons water , Peas Iffesh . shelled _ 2 lbs . unshelled 9 to 12 rain . In 1 - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup water . 5 to 7 rain . I fl'ozen3 l 0 - oz . package In 1 - qt . casserole , place 2 tablespoons water , Potatoes 9 to 12 rain . Peel and cut into 1 inch cubes . Place ( fl'esh . cubed . 4 potatoes white } , _ to 8 oz . each in 2 - qt . casserole with 1 / 2 cup water . Stir after half of tim e . ( flesh . whole . ] 6 to s _ oz . 3 to 4 rain . Pierce with cooking tork . Place in sweet or white center of the oven . I , et stand : 5 minutes . Spinach ( fl'esh ) l0 to 16 oz . 5 to 7 rain . In 2 - qt . casserole , place washed spinach . 5 to 7 rain . ( frozen . 10 - oz . pack : tge In 1 - qt . casserole , place 3 tablespoons water . chopped and leaf _ Squash ( flesh . sulnlner ] lb . sliced 5 to 7 rain . In 1 ½ - qt . casserole , place 1 / 4 cup waten and ) ellow ) 8 to 11 rain . Cut in half and remove fibrous ( winter acorn . 1 to 2 squash butternut } _ about 1 lb . each ) membranes . In 2 - qt . obhmg glass baking dish , place squash cut - side - down . Turn cut - side - up after 4 minutes . 16
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7 me Features Allo _ vs you to deflost Jot the Defrosting 77ps length of time you select . • Foods ti'ozen in paper or See the Defi'osting Guide plastic can be defiosmd in R ) r sugg _ smd tim es . the package . Tightly closed packages should be slit , Power level 3 is pierced or venmd AI _ WER 3 - " automatically set , but todd has partially ) _ m m W change this R ) r deJiosmd . Plastic storage more flexibility . _ bu may containers should be at defi'ost small imms more 7 8 9 least partially uncovered . quickly by raising the power level after enmring the time . • Em _ ily - size , prepackaged ti'ozen dinners can be Howevch they will need 0 DISPLAY detiosmd and microwave & more fl'equent attention If the todd is in a toil than usual . containec tmnstcr it Power level 7 cuts the total to a microwmv - satc dish . deti'osting time in about • D ) ods that spoil easily , such halt : , power level 10 cuts the as milk , eggs , fish , stuffings , total time to approximately 1 / 3 . Rotam or stir todd poultry and pork , should not be allowed to sit ( ) tit fi'eq uenfly . tor more than one hour At one half of selecmd after defi'osting . Roon / detiosting time , the oven 4 Turnfood over when tempecature promotes signals TURN . At this time , ovesnignals . the gro _ d _ of harm tiff mrn tood over and break bacteria . 5 PresSsTART . apart or rearcang _ pieces • For more even defi'osting lot more even deli'osting . ( Auto DefroSt explained of larger toods , such as in the section on _ " Shield a W warm areas with heel lamb and xval roasts , Convenience Features ' ) small pieces of toil . use Auto Defi'ost . A dull thumping noise may • Be sure large meats are be heard during defiosting . corn plemly detiosmd This sound is normal when beiore cooking . the oven is not opeFating at • h'hen defl'osted , tood High powen should be cool 1 ) ut softened in all areas . If still slightly icy , return to the microwave very l ) rieJly , or let it stand a tow minutes . 17
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Defrosting Guide Food Time Comments Breads , Cakes ] rain . Bread , buns or roils ( 1 piece ) 3 to 5 rain . Sweet rolls ( approx . 12 oz , Fishand Seafood Fillets , frozen ( ] lb . ) _ to _ min . 5 to 7 rain . Place block m casserole . Tun _ over and Shellfish , small pieces ( 1 ] b - 1 break up after half the time . Fruit Plasticpoucb - - I to2 3 to c , rain . ( ] O - oz . package ) Meat Bacon I1 lb . ) 2 to 5 rain . Place unopened package in oven . I . et stand 5 minutes after defi'ostina . Franks ( 1 lb . ) 2 to 5 rain . Place unopened package in oven . Microwave lust until tI'anks can be separated , l . et stand 5 minutes . if necessary , to complete defi'ostina . Groundmeat _ 1 lb , ) 5 t ( ) 7 rain . Turn meat over alter half the tune . 12 to 16 rain . Roast : beef , lamb , veal , pork Use power level 1 . per lb . 5 to 7 rain . Steaks , chops and cutlets Place unwrapped meat in cookina dish . Turn over alter half the time and shield per lb . warm areas with tbil . YVhen finished separate pieces and let stand to complete deliostina . Poultry Chicken , broiler - fryer 15 to 19 rain . Place wrapped chicken in dish . Umvrap and turl _ over alter half the time . YVhen cut up ( 2 ½ to 3 lbs . ) finished . _ cparate pieces and microwave 2 - 4 minutes more . if necessarv , l . et stand to finish detiostina . Chicken , whole 17 to 21 rain . Place wrapped chicken in dish . Alter half ( 2 ½ to 3 lbs . ) the time . unwrap and turn chicken ore > Shield warm areas with tbil . Finish deliostina . / f necessarv , run cold water m the cavity until aiblets can be removed . Cornish hen 7 t ( ) 13 rain . Place unwrapped hen il _ the oven breast - side - up , Turn over alter half the time . per lb . Run cool water in the cavits until aiblets can be removed . 5 to U min . Turkey breast ( 4 to 6 lbs . ) Place unwrapped breast in dish breast - side - down . Alter half the time . turn over pet " lb . and shield warll / areas with tbil Finish defi'ostin _ . Let stand 1 - 2 hours in / 8 rei ? ia'erator to complete deii'osting .
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7 me Features This is a quick way to set The power level can cooking time for 1 - 6 minutes . be changed as time is counting down . Press Press one of the Express POWER LEVEI , and Cook pads ( tiom 1 to 6 ) enter 1 - 10 . tot 1 to 6 minutes of cooking at power level 10 . For example , press the 2 pad tot 2 minutes of cooking time . You can use this feature two ways : • It can be used as a quick • It will add 30 seconds to wa } to set 30 seconds of the time counting down cooking time . each time the pad is pressed . I9
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Convenience Features ( On some models ) The Cook Jcature 3 Enter weight in ounces . automatically sets the 4 Press START . cooking times and power Hint : Press and hold the , . - - ExpressCook levels tor a w _ rie W of toods . COOK pad during cooking I Press COOK . to display the toed type 2 Select food hpe 1 - 9 ( see and remaining cook time . 1 , , ol 14 5 the Cook Guide 1 ) elow ) . 7 8 9 0 DISPLAY Cook Guide FoodType Weight Comments I Canned Vegetables 4 to 20 oz . Use microwaxe - sate casserole or bowl . Coxer with lid or xented plastic wlap . 2 Frozen Vegetables 4 to 20 oz . Use microwave - safe casserole or l ) owl . Follow package instructions for adding water . Coxer with lid or xented plastic wrap . 3 Fresh Vegetables 4 to 16 oz . Use microwave - sate casserole or bowl . Add 2 tablespoons water for each serving . Coxer with lid or xented plastic wlap . 4Potatoes 8 to 40 oz . Pierce skin with fork . Place potatoes on oxen tloor or turntable . 5Fish 4 to 16oz . Use el ) long , square or round dish . Cox er with xented plastic wrap or wax paper . 6Chicken Pieces 4 to 40 oz . Use el ) long , square or round dish . Coxer with xented plastic wrap . 7 GroundMeat 8 to 48 oz . Use round casserole dish . Cruml ) le meat ( beef , pork , turkey ) into dish . Coxer with lid or xented plastic wrap . Drain and stir at signal . 8Bacon _ 2 t ( ) 10 oz . La _ , er strips on a plate , 4 to a la _ er . Coxer each la } er with a paper towel . 9 Pizza 4 to 16 oz . Follow package instructions to prepare ( frozen , microwaveable ) pizza for microwaxing . 20
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Convenience Features How to Use the Popcorn Feature Follow package Use only with instructions , using Time prepackaged microwave popcorn weighing Cook if tile package is 3,0to 3.5 ounces , less than 3.0 ounces or larger than 3.5 ounces . NOTE : Do not use the metal Place the package of shelf when cooking popcorn . popcorn in the center of the m ic rowave . 2 Press POPCORN . The oven starts immediately . Tap POPCORN to select the l ) ag size you are cooking . The Rel - Jeat teature reheats 3 ( ) n some models , press START . servings of man ) pre _ iousl ) cooked foods . 4 Press 2 or 3 to change the I Press REHEAT . serving size . 2 Select toed type 1 - 6 tot NOTE . " The serving size may one serving ( see Reheat be changed or added after the oven starts . Press Guide below ) . On some models , the oven starts number pad 2 or 3 . On some immediately . models , the serving size NOTE : Do not use the metal for food type 6 cannot be shelf when using the Reheat changed . feature . Reheat Guide I Pasta Coxer with lid or xented plastic wrap . 2 Meats Coxer with lid or xented plastic wrap . 3 Veggies Co , er with lid or , ented plastic wrap . 4 Beverages _ ) rks best with wide mouth mug - - do not co , er . Coxer with lid or , ented plastic wrap . 6 Plate of leftovers Coxer with , mated plastic wrap . 21
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Convenience Features Drinks heated with the The Beverage tcature heats servings of any bevcl _ age . Beverage feature may be very hot . Remove the Press BEVERAGE . The container with care . oven starts immediately . On some models , the serving size is automatically set at 1 , but can be changed by pressing 2 or 3 right atter pressing BEVEP , AGE . The Potato lcature cooks three potatoes and tour up to four 8 - 10 ounce times Jot tour potatoes . i ! i ! iil ! iiiiii The oven will start potatoes . im mediately alter Press POTATO once Jot POTATO is pressed . one potato , twice Jot two potatoes , three times Jot ( on some models ) The Vegetal ) le tcature Code Food Weight automatically sets the . . . . . . Canned cooking times and power . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 20 oz . levels to cook flesh , Dozen Frozen 4 - 20 oz . . . - - ExpressCook 4 - 16 oz . or canned vegetables . 3 Fresh I Press VEGETABI , E . " Select \ . % ggie Wpe 1 - 3 " i 2 36 will be displayed . 4 5 2 Select food Wpe 1 - 3 ( see chart below ) . 7 8 9 3 Enter weight in ounces ( see chart below ) . 0 DISPLAV 4 Press STAP , T . 22
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Convenience Features The Deliost Auto / Time tcature gives you two ways If the weight of tiood is to deflost flozen toods . stated in pounds and Press DEFROST ounces , the ounces must AUTO / TIME once Jor be converted to tenths Auto Deliost or twice for ( . 1 ) ofa pouud . Time Defiost . Weight of Enter Food Food in Weight Use Auto Defrost Jot meat , Ounces ( tenths of pouhry and fislt . Use Time a pound ) 7 8 9 Deflost Jot m ( ) st otlter flozen toods . 122 11 0 Auto Defiost automatically OISPLA ¥ 4 - 5 . 3 sets tlte defiosting times and power levels to give 6 " 7 even defl'osting results lot 8 . 5 meats , poultry and fislt 9 - 10 . 6 weiglting up to six pounds . 1 PressDEFROST 11 Tltere is a ltandy guide AUTO / TIMEonce , 12 - 13 . 8 located on the inside flont 14 " 15 . 9 2 Usingthe Conversion of the oven . Guideat right , enter • Remove meat JI'OIl / foodweight . For package and place on example , presspads 1 microwax e - sate dislt . and2 for 1.2pounds ( I pound , 3 ounces ) . • Twice during deflost , Guide the oven sigmds TURN . 3 PressSTART At each TUI _ N sigmd , ( 77meDefrostis turn tlte tood ( ) vet . explainedin the 77me Remove defl'osted meat Featuressection . ) or sltield warm areas witlt small pieces of toil . • Alter defl'osting , most meats need to stand : 5 minutes to complete deflosting . Large roasts should stand for about 30 minutes . 23
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Other Features Your Model May Have To remind you that you have tood in the oven , the oven will display " FOOD IS READY " or " END " and beep once a minute until you either open the ( ) veil door or press CI , EAR / OFK Press to enter the time of day or to clleck tlle time @ of day while microwaving . Express Cook 1 Press CI , OCK . 2 Enter time of day . 3 On some models , select 4 5 6 AM or PM . 4 Press START or CI , OCK . 7 8 9 0 DISPLAY SCROLL SPEED 24
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Other Features Your Model May Have ( On some models ) The scroll speed of the display can be changed . Press and hold the AM / PM SCROLL SPEED pad about 3 seconds to bring up the displa ) : Select 1 - : 5 tbr slow to fi _ stscroll speed . To turn the clock displa } To redispla } the clock , off , press and hold 0 for repeat . D ! SPLA ¥ about three seconds . Delay Start allo , vs you to 4 Select an } coml ) ination of Defiost Auto / Time set the microwave to delay or Time Cook I & II . cooking up to 24 hours . I Press DEIAY START . 5 Press START . 2 Enter the time you want The Delay Start time will the oven to start . ( Be be displayed . The oven will . pc3l ° 6 ° k1 sure the microwave clock automatically start at the shows the correct time delayed time . of day . ) The time of day m _ W be 7 8 9 3 On some models , select displayed by pressing AM or PM . CI , OCK . 0 DISPLAY SCROLL SPEED 25
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Other Features Your Model May Have Timer On / Off operates as YVhen time is up , the oven a minute timer and can be will signal . To turn off the used at any time , even timer signal , press TIMER ON / OFF . when the oven is opel _ ating . NOTE . " The timer indicator I Press TIMER ON / OFF . will be lit while the timer 2 Enter time you want to is operating . cotlnt down . 3 Press TIMER ON / OFF to start . DISPLAY In addition to starting many flmctions , START / PAUSE tP , US _ J allows you to stop cooking without opening the door or clearing the displa } _ The Reminder tcature can 4 Press REMINDER . When be used like an alarm clock Reminder signal occurs , and can be used at any press REMINDER to turn it otE The Reminder time , even when the oven is ExpressCook operating . The Reminder time may be displayed by time can be set up to pressing REMINDER . 24 hours later . NOTE . " The REM indicator i 2 31 14 5 6 I Press REMINDER . will remain lit to show that the Reminder is set . To 2 Enter the time you want 7 8 9 clear the Reminder betore the oven to remind you . it occurs , press REMINDER , ( Be sure the microwave then 0 . The REM indicator 0 clock shows the correct DISPLAY will no longer be lit . time of day . ) $ On some models , select AM or PM . SCROLL SPEED 26
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Other Features Your Model May Have To lock or unlock the _ ) u ma _ lock the control panetl _ ' p , ree , nttl - , e controls , press and hold _ _ . Off . . J microwaxe fiom being CLEAR / OFF Jk ) t " about 3 seconds , hThen the accidentall ) started or used by children . control panel is locked , " L " or " LOC " will be displayed to the extreme right . Sometimes the turntable For best cooking results , leave the turntable on . can become too hot to i ¸ ¸ _ It can be turned off Jk ) r touch . Be careflfl toucl - fing large dishes . Press the turntable during and TURNTABI , E to turn after cooking . the turntable on or off . On some models , there is a nigh t light option . i _ i / _ i li _ l _ ttP , , roren _ So : Strslo , _ , nre _ t ° , ce Press SURFACE I , IGHT once fk ) r bright light , twice fk ) r the night light or three times to turn the light off . 27
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Other Features Your Model May Have _ Then the inicrowa _ e oxen When the microwave is oil , the vent tim will is off , you may operate the xent i _ ln : automatically turn oil at low tim speed , stay on while I Press tile Vent Fan pad the microwave is operating once % r high tim speed . and amomatically mrn off 2 Press tile Vent Fan pad a after tile microwave goes second time % r low tan off if the Vent Fan pad is speed . not pressed . 3 Press tile Vent Fan pad When the microwave oven a third time to turn the is on you may also : I Press the Vent Fan pad once tOT high tim speed . 2 Press the Vent Fan pad a second time tot low tim speed . 3 Press the Vent Fan pad a third time to set the tim to turn off automatically after the microwave goes off . If the vent tim is still operating after tile microwave goes off , press the Vent Fan pad until it turns off . NOTE : The vent fan cannot he turned off while the microwave is operating . 28
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Other Features Your Model May Have Food microwaves best How to Use the Shelf Sheff and Reheating When Microwaving when placed on the turntable or on the shelf in the hrwer position . / f / / I I I I I I \ \ \ \ _ \ NOTE : Only use the shelf \ . 1 when reheating on more than Switch places aIter 1 / 2 time , one level . Do not store the • To reheat on 2 levels sheff inside the oven cavity . or " Make sure the shelf is positioned properl } inside the microwave to prevent damage to the oven from arcing . For best results • Donot usea Switch places after ! / 2 time . microwave browning dish on the shelf ' . • To reheat 2 dishes on the The shelf could lower level : overheat . I Mnhiply reheat time • Do not use the oven Use the lower shelf by 1V _ . with the shelf on the supports when cooking one 2 Switch places after 1 / 2 microwave floon This oblong or oversized dish . the time . could damage the microwave . • Use pot holders when handling the shelf ' it may be hot . Switch places twice • Do not use the shelf Uneven results when cooking To reheat on 3 levels popcorn . ( on some models ) 1 Double the reheating time . 2 Switch places twice and 2 - level reheating give the dishes a 1 / 2 turn during reheating . ( Place Use the upper shelf dense toods , or those supports for two - lexel that require a longer cooking . cook time , on the upper shelf first . ) 29
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Microwave 7 rms Arcing is the microwme term for sparks in the oxen . Arcing is caused Ix } : • the metal shelf being installed incorrectly and touching the microwa _ e walls . _ iI • metal or t _ ) il touching the side of the o _ en . • t _ ) il that is not molded to food ( upturned edges act like _ ll'l te 1 " 11 " 1 _ ls ) , • metal such as twist ties , poultry pins , gold - rimmed dishes . • recycled paper towels containing small metal pieces . Co _ ers hold in moisture , allow for more e _ en heating and reduce cooking time . \ . _ nting plastic wrap or co _ ering with wax paper , , llowsex , ess ste , , m to es , , q _ e . In a regular o _ en , ) ou shield chicken breasts or baked foods to pre _ ent o _ et _ t ) rowning . _ Then microwa _ ing , } ou use small strips of foil to shield thin parts , such as the tips of wings and legs on poultr } , which would cook before larger parts . Standing Time _ ] - Jen } ou cook with regular oxens , foods such as roasts or cakes are allowed to stand to finish cooking or to set . Standing time is especiall } important in microwaxe cooking . Note that a microwaxed cake is not placed on a cooling rack . Venting After coxering a dish with plastic wrap , ) ou xent the plastic wrap 1 ) ) turning back one corner so excess ste _ lll / C _ lll escape . 3O
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Care and Cleaning An occasional thorough NOTE . " Be certain the power wiping with a solution of is off before cleaning any baking soda and water part of this oven . keeps the inside tiesh . Removable Turntable and Wafts , Floor , Inside Window , Metal and Plastic Parts on Turntable Support the Door To prevent breakage , Some spatters can be do not place the turntable removed with a paper into water just after towel , others may require cooking . ¥ \ _ sh it carefiflly a damp cloth . P . emo _ v in warm , sudsy water or in the dishwashen The greasy spatters with a sudsy cloth , then rinse with a turntable and support damp cloth . Do not use can be broken if dropped . abrasive cleaners or sharp P , emember , do not operate utensils on oven walls . the oven without the Never use a commercial turntable and support oven cleaner on any part in place . of your microwave . Shelf ( if included ) Clean with mild soap and TemperatureProbe water or in the dishwasher . ( if included ) Do not clean in a Clean immediately after self - cleaning oven . using . To clean , wipe with a sudsy cloth , then rub lightly with a plastic scouring ball if necessar > Rinse and dr > The probe can also be washed in the dishwashen 31
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% Care and Cleaning Case bleach or products We recommend against containing chlorine on Clean the outside of the using cleaners with Stainless Steel finishes . microwave with a sudsy ammonia or alcohol , CleanSteelor Graphite cloth . Rinse and then dry , . as they can damage Wipe the window clean the appearance of the Use a dean , soil light and with a damp cloth . microwave oven . If you lightly dampened cloth , choose to use a common Control Panel then dW thoroughl > Do household cleaner , first not use appliance wax , Wipe with a damp cloth . apply the cleaner directly polish , bleach or products Dry thoroughly . Do not to a clean cloth , then containing any chemical use cleaning sprays , large wipe the soiled area . agent on the CleanSteel amounts of soap and water , or Gmphim surl { _ ces . abrasives or sharp objects Plastic Color Panels on the panel - - they can damage it . Some paper Use a clean , soft , lightly towels can also scratch dampened cloth , then dry the control panel . thoroughly . Door Panel Door Seal Belore cleaning the front It's important to kee I ) the door panel , make sure you area clean where the door know what type of panel seals against the microwave . you have . Reicr to the Use only mild , non - abrasive eighth digit of the model detergents applied with a number . " S " is stainless clean sponge or soft cloth . steel , " G " is Graphite , " I / ' Rinse well . is CleanSteel and " B ' , " W " Bottom or " C " are plastic colors . Stainless Steel The stainless steel panel can be cleaned with Stainless Steel Magic or a similar product using a clean , soft cloth . Apply Clean off the grease and stainless cleaner carefiflly dust on the bottom often . to avoid the surrounding Use a solution of warm plastic parts . Do not use water and detergent . 32 appliance wax , polish ,
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Light Bulb Replacement To replace the bulb ( s ) , 3 Be sure the bulb ( s ) to be first disconnect the power replaced are cool heft ) re at the main fi _ se or circuit removing . After breaking 40 - watt incandescent the adhesive seal , remove breaker panel or pull bulb ( WB36X10003 ) , the plug . the bull ) by g _ ntly turning . Replace with the same size Remove the screw at the and D , pe bull ) . flont of the light cover and lower the cover . 4 Raise the light sl - field and replace the screw . Connect electrical power to the oven . ' % . Flemove screw 1 To replace the oven light , Remove the light cover located near the center first disconnect the power bulb with a 120volt , at the main fl _ se or circuit of the oven that holds 40 - wa . i . ca . de ee . t breaker panel or pull the bulb . After breaking the adhesive seal , the plug . available from your remove the bull ) by 2 Remove the top grille by gently turning . Replace taking out the 2 screws with the same size and that hold it in place . type bulb . N 5 Replace the light cover Remove the charcoal and charcoal filter filter ( if present ) to ( if present ) . access the light cover ( see Remove Charcoal 8 Replace the grille and Filter section ) . screws . Connect electrical power to the oven . 33
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% 7 " he Exhaust Feature The xent fan has a metal Models that recirculate air Charcoal Filter Ion some models ) back into the room also reusable grease filter . use a charcoal filter . ReusableGrease Filter Ionall models ) For tl - fis reason , the filter The reusable grease filter traps grease released by m ttst AIM ? k _ % be in place when the hood is used . toods on the cooktop . It also prevents flames flom The grease filter should be cleaned once a month , or toods on the cooktop fi'om as needed . damaging the inside of the microwave . To remove , slide it to the Rinse , shake and let it dry side using the tab . Pull it belore replacing . down and out . To replace , slide the filter in the flame slot on the To clean the grease filter , soak it and then swish it left side of the opening . around in hot water and Pull ttp and to the right detergen t . Don't use to lock into place . atl / n / ollia Or atl / n / ollia prodttcts because they will darken the metal . IJght brushing can be used to remove embedded dirt . 34
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If themodeisl notvented Thecharcofailltershould totheoutsideth , eairwill bereplaced when it is berecirculatethdrougah noticeably dirty or disposabclhearcofaillter discolored ( usually alter thathelpsremovsemoke ( 3 - 12 months , depending andodors . on hood usage ) . See " Optional Kits , " page 9 , tor more intormation . To remove the charcoal Remove the top grille by filter , disconnect power removing the 2 screws that at the main filse or circuit hold it in place . Pull the filter at the bottom until it breaker panel or pull the plug . comes t _ ee of the locking tabs . Slide the filter down Remove 2 grille screws and out . to remove the grille . 2 Push the l ) ottom of the To install a new filter , remove plastic and other filter in until it snaps outer wrapping t _ om the into place 1 ) ehind the new filter . locking tal ) s . I Insert the top of the filter up and into the grooves IIIIIII1 IIIII , on the inside of the top opening . 35
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Before You Call For Service PossibleCause Whatto Do Problem Ovenwill not A fuse in your home • Replace fllse or reset circuit breaker . start may be blown or the circuit breaker tripped . • Unplug the microwave oven , tllen plug Power surge . it back in . • Make sure tlle 3 - prong plug on the Plug not fully inserted into wall outlet . oven is filly inserted into wall outlet . Door not securely dosed . • Open tlle door and close securely . • Tllis is normal . Floor of the oven is The cooktop light is located below the oven warm , even when the oven has not floor . When the light is on . the heat it been used produces may make the oven floor get warm . " LOC " appears The control has been • Press and hold ( ' & EAR / OFF tbr on display locked , about 3 seconds to unlock the control . Vent fan will not The vent fan The vent tim cannot be turned off turn off automatically turns on while the microwave is operating . Tllis is normal . ¥ \ hit tor the microwave to cool internal parts while the microwave to turn off and tlle Jan will either go is on . off automatically or you will need to turn it off by pressing tile Vent Fan pad alter tile microwave is otL " BAD PROBE " The probe has not been Insert tile probe properly into tile oven wall outlet . appears on display completely inserted into the oven wall outlet . The probe is defective . • Replace tile probe . " PLEASEINSERT Probe has been • Insert tile probe properly into tile oven wall outlet . PROBE " appears forgotten or not on display inserted properly . " SENSORERROR " When using a Sensor Do not ( ) pen door until steam is feature , the door was appears on display sensed and time is sllown counting opened before steam down on display . could be detected . Steam was not detected • Use Time Cook to lleat tor more time . in maximum amount of time . 36
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Before You Call For Service Moisture on the oven • TV - radio intertbrence door and walls while might he noticed while cooking . Wipe the using the microwave . Similar to the intertbrence moisture offwith a paper towel or sott cloth . caused hy other small appliances , it does not Moisture hetween the indicate a prohlem with oven door panels when the microwa _ v . Plug the cooking certain ti ) ods . microwa _ v into a dittbrent Moisture should dissipate electrical circuit , mo \ v the shortly atter cooking is radio or TV as tar away finished . flom the microwmv as Steam or vapor escaping possihle or check the flom around the door . position and signal of the TV / radio anmnna . Light reflection around door or Otltei case . • Dimming oven light and change in the hlower sound at power levels other than high . • Dull thumping sound while oven is operating . The vent tim operating while the microwa _ > is operating . The vent tim will not go off nor can it he turned off until the microwa _ v is off . 37
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Instructions contained Individuals qualified to service their own in this manual cover appliances can have procedures to be ge . com parts or accessories sent performed by ally user . directly to their home . Other servicing generally 800.626.2002 should be referred ( VISA , MasterCard and Discover cards are to qualified service accepted . ) personnd . Caution must be exercised , since Order on - line today , improper servicing may 24 llours every day or cause unsafe operation . 1 ) y phone at 800.626.2002 during normal business hours . Register your new appliance on - line - - at your convenience ! ge . com Timely product registcation will allow lot enhanced comnmnicafion and prompt service under the term s of your warrant } , ; should the need arise . ? rim may also mail in the pre - printed registration card included in the packing material . 39
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pm _ : hase date is needed to obtain service " under warranty . : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : : i : L / M / TE'D ONE - YEAR WARJ _ ANT7 For one year from ( late of original purchase , _ 1 , _ : wrant ? service xdll be provided h ? our Factor ? GE will replace any parl in the micro _ ave oven Service Centers or h _ our anthofized Ct _ stomer that tidls due to a detbct in materials or ( ; are ( ' servicers during normal working hours . workmanship . During this limited one - year wan'm @ , Should your appliance need service , during GE will provide , fi'ee of charge , all labor and related , _ : man b peiiod or beyond , call 8 ( ) 0 . GE.CAI _ S service costs to replace the detective part . ( 800.432.2737 ) . Please have serial and model numbe _ a _ ailable when calling tot service . • Service trips to your home to teach you how to • Replacement of the cooktop light bulbs . use the product . • Failure of the product or damage to • hnproper installation , deliver ) , or maintenance . the product if it is abused , misused ( for exmnple , cavity arcing from wire rack or If you have an installation problem , contact your metal / foil ) , or used for other than the intended dealer or installer . You are responsible for purpose or used commercially . providing adequate electrical , exhausting mid other connecting facilities . • Dmnage to product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . • Product not accessible to provide required service . • Incidental or consequential dmnage caused by possible defects with this applimme . • Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . • Dmnage caused after deliver ) : EXCLUSIONOFIMPLIEDWARRANTIES - - Yousrole andexclusiveremedyisproduct repairasprovidedinthisLimitedWarranty . Anyimpliedwarranties , includingtheimplied warrantiesof merchantabilRyorfitnessfora particularpurpose , are limitedtooneyearor theshortestperiodallowed bylaw . This warvanw is extended t , ) the original pmrhaser and any succeeding owner tor products purchased for home use within tile USA . if tile product is located in an area where service hy a GE Authorized Ser _ 4ceris not available . you may be responsible tor a trip charge or you may he required to hring the product to an Authorized GE Serx4ce Location tor service . In Alaska . the walTam * excludes the service calls to your home . Some states do not allow the exclusion o1 " limitation ofinddental or consequential damages , so the above limitation or exclusion mWnot apply to you . This warranty gives you specific leg _ dlights , and you mW also have other rights which varyfrom stme to state . To know whal your legal rights are in your stare , consult your local or state consumer affhiis office or your state's Attornev General . Warrcmtor : Gemral EletCricCompcmy . Louisville . KY 40225 DE68 - 03467A 49 - 40571 I Printed in Malaysia 09 - 07 JR
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