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ge . com Advantium Other Features Advantium Qaid _ Start . . . . . . . . . . 9 Auto nig'ht lig'ht . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Coohing " contml , s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Automatic fi _ n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 SCA2000 Oven fl _ atures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l l Be @ er volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 SCA200I 147 _ at is Advantium ? . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Child h * ckoal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Ch * _ h . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 , 29 Sqfi _ ly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 7 Deb 0 ' start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Speedcooking Dispb O ' ON / OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Coohing " tip , _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 ICeminder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Custom speedeook _ eipes . . . . . l 7 , 18 Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Manual @ eedeooh . . . . . . . . . . . . l 6 Power h , vel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l 5 & : roll speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Repeat last . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Su * ] hce l { q'ht . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3l Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3l I _ esu meJi _ at a * _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 0 Speedeooh coohware . . . . . . . . . . . . l 6 _ , nt / hn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3l spedcook menu g'uide . . . . . . . . . . 10 Spedcooh - s @ coohwa * _ . . . . . . . . . . 5 Care and Cleaning Thing : _ that a _ norma ! . . . . . . . . . 19 Cleaning " the inside . . . . . . . . . 33 , 34 IAing " a p * > s _ , t speedcooh menu . . . . l 3 Ch _ aning " the ouL _ ide . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Filte * : s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 , 37 Microwaving Lamp cov ( # : s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Cooking " tip , _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 l Optiona ! accessories . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Custom microwave recipes . . . . 22 , 23 I ¢ _ , / dacing " lig'hl , s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 l ) @ _ st ( auto ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 l ) q / iz _ st ( time ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Troubleshooting Problem Solver . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 , 39 l ) _ , / i _ sti _ N tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Micro I : F , ' pm _ s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 l Customer Service Mic * _ wa _ v power level , _ . . . . . . . . . 2 l Microwave - s @ cookwa * _ . . . . . . . . . 6 15 " odu _ t I ¢ _ q'i , _ t * wtion . . . . . . . . 41 , 42 15 " ecautions 1oavoid passible Service phone numb _ : _ . . . . Bach Cover @ osure Io exge , _ sive I , Ihrrrcnly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 3 microwave energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Sen , wr eoohing " . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 ) 27 Thing : _ that a * _ , normal . . . . . . . . . 28 Time cooh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2l { 5ing " pre - sel microwave selections . . 20 Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # Find these numbers on a label inside the oven . _ , t _ I , : / / , v , _ . _ , , _ . . i , . , , . , : , , , , , 3828WSA4681 49 - 40482 01 - 06 JR
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS , 4dvantil ¢ m Ov ( _ n PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY ( c ) ( a ) Do Not Attempt to operate this ( ) veil with the Do Not Operate the ( ) veil if it is dainaged . door open since open - door operation C _ lil It is particularly important that the oven result in haImflll exposure to nlicrowave door close properly and that there is no energy . It is inlportant not to deteat or dainage to the : tamper with the satiety interh ) cks . ( 1 ) door ( bent ) , ( 11 ) Do Not Place any object between the ( ) veil ( 2 ) hinges and latches ( broken ti'ont thce and the door or allow soil or cleaner or loosened ) , residue to accunnilate on sealing surthces . ( 3 ) door seals and sealing surfaces . The Oven Should Not be a ( ! iusted ( / r repaired b ) anyone except properl ) qualified serxice personnel .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Adva _ lium Ove _ To reduce the risk of burns , electric shock , fire , injury to persons , WARNING ! or exposure to excessive microwave energy : SAb 2 TY PRECA U770NS [ ] Read all instructions before using this [ ] This appliance must only be serviced appliance . When using electrical appliances , by qualified serxice personnel . Contact nearest authorized serxice facility for basic safety precautions should be followed , including the following : examination , repair or adjustment . [ ] Read and % llow the specific precautions [ ] Do not cover or block all } , ' openings on in the PIU _ CA U77 ( ) NS TO AVOID [ ( SSIBLL the appliance . EXtOSUICE _ ' ( ] ) LX : CI , _ S : _ S IlL , _ . . . M . . I ( J _ OI'I'AIT : [ ] Do not s / ore this appliance outdoors . : ; : : ( ; I , _ % Lt _ g sectKm on page 2 . Do not use this product near water _ [ ] Be sure your , appliance is properly ' fbr example , ill a wet basement , near a installed and grounded by a qualified swimming pool , near a sink or ill similar technician ill accordance with the locations . provided installation instructions . [ ] Keep power cord away from heated [ ] s / / rf _ tces . Install or locate this appliance only ill accordance with tile provided [ ] Do not immerse power cord or plug installation instructions . ill water . [ ] Some products such as whole eggs and [ ] See door surface cleaning instructions ill sealed containers - - % r example , closed tile Car _ , a _ d Cl _ ani _ g qf th _ Ove _ section jars - - are able to explode and should not of this manual . be heated in this oxen . Such use of tile oven could result ill injury . [ ] To reduce the risk of fire ill tile o _ en cmity ' : - - Do not oxercook food . Careflfllv attend [ ] Do not mount this appliance o _ er a sink . appliance when paper , plastic or other combustible materials are placed inside [ ] This oxen is not approved or tested for the oven while cooking . nlariDe / / se . - - Remove wire twist - ties and metal handles [ ] This oxen is UL listed for installation oxer flom paper or plastic containers before electric and gas ranges . placing them ill the oven . [ ] This oxen was designed for use oxer ranges - - Do not use tile o _ en for storage purposes . no wider than , - _ 6 ° " . " It may be installed o _ er Do not leave paper products , cooking both gas and electric cooking equipment . utensils or food ill tile o _ en when not [ ] iI / / / se . Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged power cord or plug , if it is - - If materials inside the oven ignite , keep not working properly , or if it has been tile oven door closed , turn the oven off damaged or dropped . and disconnect the power cord , or shut off [ ] As with ally appliance , close supervision is power at the fllse or circuit breaker panel . necessary when used by children . If tile door is opened , the fire may spread . [ ] - - Do not use the Sensor Features twice Use this appliance only , for its intended use as described ill this manual . in succession on the same fbod portion . If fbod is undercooked after the first [ ] Do not use corrosive chemicals or _ apors countdown , use ] 7 _ II , COOK for additional ill this appliance . cooking time . [ ] This oxen is specifically designed to heat , dry or cook fbod , and is not intended for laboratory or industrial use .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Advanlium Oven A WARNING ! SAb 2TY Pt 2CA U7 70NS • Do not operate tile oxen without tile • Cook meat and poulu T thoroughly - - meat to at least an INTERNAL oxen rack ( turntable ) in place . The oven rack ( turntable ) nmst be unrestricted so temperature of 160 ° F , and poulu T to it can turn , at least an INTERNAL temperature of 180 ° F . Cooking to these temperatures • During and after use , do not much , usually protects against tbodborne or let clothing or other flammable illness . materials contact any interior area of the oven ; allow sufficient time for • Kee I ) tile oxen flee from grease cooling first . buildup . • Do not store anything directly on top • Potentially hot surfaces include tile of the oxen surface when the oxen is oxen door , floor , walls and oxen rack ( turntable ) . in operation . A ' _ ving can occur during both . speedcoohing and microwave cooking . , ( [ you . see arcing , [ , _ . _ the ARCING CLFA H / OFF pad and cor , _ + ctthe problem . Arcing is tile microwme term for sparks • Metal , such as twist : ties , poultt T pins , in the oxen . Arcing is caused by : or gold - rimmed dishes , in tile oxen . • Metal or foil touching the side of • Recycled paper towels containing small the oxen . metal pieces being used in tile oxen . • Use foil only as recommended in • Foil not molded to food ( upturned edges act like antennas ) . this guide . • Metal cookware used during either speedcook or microwave cooking ( except for the pans provided with the oven ) . • The fan will operate automaucally Use care when cleaning tile xent fan 7 " HE under certain conditions ( see the fihers . Corrosixe cleaning agents , such Automatic F ( m secuon ) . Take care m VENT " as lye - based oxen cleaners , may damage the filters . prevent tile starting and spreading of bXN accidental cooking fires while the vent X4 ' hen preparing flaming % ods under fan is in use . the oxen , turn the xent fan on . • Clean tile underside of tile oxen often . Never leave surface units beneath your rO Do not allow grease to build up on the oven unatmnded at high heat settings . oxen or the fan filters . Boilovers cause smoking and greasy ' • In the event of a grease fire on tile spillovers that may ignite and spread surface units below the oven , smother if tile oven vent fan is operating . To a flaming pan on tile surface unit by minimize automatic fan operation , use covering the pan complemly with a lid , adequam sized cookware and use high a cookie sheet or a flat tray . heat on surface units only when necessary .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS A dvar _ li u m Ovet _ h WARNING ! • SUPERHb _ Tb _ WATER • When microwming , place all foods and FOODS containers on tile white ceramic tray . Liqui & , su ( h as wato coffbe or lea , a _ able lo lw ovedu'ated lu3 , mld lhe boili , lg J ) oi , lt wilhout • Do not pop popcorn in your oven appeari _ lg lo lw boiling . Vidble bubbling or unless in a special microwave popcorn boili _ * gwho's * ltw ( vmtaino is _ , m _ n _ M , f ! vm _ ltw accessory or unless you use popcornns . migmwav ( , ove _ is not aN _ @ s p _ z < sz ' _ ltT . HIS labeled for use in microwave ove COULD IU _ SULT L \ : Iq _ lCY HOT LIQUIDSE SUI ) I ) I _ NLY BOll ] N ( ; Olq _ l ¢ 1 _ TqlL _ VTH • Do not boil eggs in this oven . Pressure C ( ) NTAIAq _ I ¢ IS DISTL _ BI _ I ) OR A StY ) ON will build up inside egg yolk arm will OR OTHFd ¢ LrlT . : \ , _ S'ILIS L \ , ; S'Fd ¢ 77 _ l ) L \ : TD cause it to burst , possibly resulting 7 " HE LIOUID . in ir _ juU . To reduce tile risk of inju U to persons : • Do not operate tile oxen without food irrside . This may cause damage to tire - - Do not oxerheat tire liquid . oxen . It irrcreases the heat around tile - - Stir tile liquid both before and halfis _ ay magnetron arm can shorten tile life of through heating it . tile oxen , - - Do not use straight , sided corrtainers with • Foods with unbroken oumr " skin " such narFow necks . as potatoes , hot dog : s , sausages , tomatoes , - - ' After heating , allow the corrtainer toshort apples , chicken livers and other giblets , stand in tire microwme oxen for a arm egg yolks should be pierced to allow time befbre removing tire corrtainer steam to escape dining cooking . - - Use extreme care when irrserting a spoon or other utensil irrto tile corrtainen • The oven and door will get very hot • Place food directly on tile trays when Speedcooh when speedcooking . cooking . ozlen - sglf e • Cookware will become hot because • Any oven - safe dish can be used in of heat transferred from tire heated your oven . Recipes ira tire Advanfium coo ] gzu ( _ lrg food . Oxen mitts will be needed to Cookbook were rested in Pyrex c ' + arm handle tile cookware . Anchor Hocking ° glass cookware arm Corningware ° ceramic casseroles . • Do not use coverings , containers or Cookfimes arm results may vat S when cooking / roasting bags made of foil , using other types of oven - safe dishes . plastic , wax or paper when The oven rack ( turntable ) Place them directly on tile oven rack mu , sl alwars be i ¢ _ place speedcooking . ( turntable ) . wtze _ u , si ) _ g lisa ove _ . • Do not coxer tire oxen rack ( turntable ) , • Do not use tile oxen to dry newspapers . trays or any part of tire oxen with metal foil . This will cause arcing in tile oxen . • Use of tile white ceramic tray when O 7 speedcooking MII resuh in irfferior • Use tire black metal fiat tray in tile cooking performance . same way you would use a shallow Put fi ) od ( li * vcll _ o _ lhe black metal fl'at tray baking pan or baking tray . lo @ eed _ ook . • Use tile black grill tray for cooking steaks , fish arrd poultI T . Pul ] ood di * vclly o _ lhe blabh metal grill tray lo Speed _ ook jb0ds youok would _ ormall _ co or _ ( ke grill .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS A dvar _ li u m Ovet _ A WARNING ! Mal _ e . sm _ , to use . suitable < - ool _ wa , _ d , uring micah ) wave eoold _ g . Most glas : s ea . s : _ r _ mlr < eso ; old _ lg " Microwave - dishes ; mea . suring cup . s ; custard cup . s ; potter ) , or china dinnr _ rwa ' _ " which does not have metallic bJm or glaze with a metallic . sheen can be used . Some eookwa ' _ , is labeled " suitable ji _ r micmwaving . " COOk71 } ( ZF _ • Place food or microwm ahle container Paper towels , waxed paper and plastic directly on ti _ e white ceramic tray to cook wrap can he used to coxer dishes in order your food . to retain moistule and prevent spattering . Be sure tO \ Pnt plastic wrap so steam • Use of either hlack metal tray during call escape . microwave cooking will resuh in inferior The oven rach cooking perfommnce . Not all plastic wrap is suitahle for use ill ( turntable ) mu , sl microwme oxens . Check tile package tbr alwa ) , s be i _ place whe _ • If you are not i _ , si _ g " ihe over _ . l ) ioper nse . sure if a dish is nlic rowa _ - sa [ e , nse " Boilahle " cooking pouches and tightly tills test : Place in closed plastic bag , s should he slit , pierced the o \ _ n both the or xented as directed hy package . If they dish you are testing How to testJbr a are not , plastic could hurst during or and a glass microwave - s @ dish . immediately after cooking , possihly The white ceramic tray measuiing cup filled witia l cup of resulting ill ilIjni > Also , plastic storag _ should alwars be in p . la _ e wtWr _ water - - set the measuring cup eitiler containers should he at least partially mlcrowauln _ _ , ill or next m tim dish . Microwave 30 - 45 uncovered because tiley form a tight seconds at high . If the dish heats , it seal . When cooking with containers should not be used for microwaving . tightly cox > red with plastic wrap , remoxe cox > ring carefiflly and direct If tile dish remains cool and only the steam away ' fiom hands and lace . water ill the cup heats , then the dish is microwax e - safe . Plastic cookware - - Plastic cookware designed for microwaxe cooking is xe U • Cookware may hecome hot hecause useflfl , but should he used careflflly . of heat transfe _ Ted flom tile heated tbod . Even microwaxe - safe plastic m W not Oxen mitts may he needed to handle ti _ e he as tolerant of overcooking conditions cookware . as ate glass or ceramic materials and • Do not use recycled paper products . m W soften or char if suhjecmd to short Recycled paper towels , napkins and waxed periods of oxercooking . In longer paper can contain metal flecks which may exposures to oxercooking , tile cause atving or ig _ lim . Paper products food and cookware could ignim . containing nylon or nylon filaments Folb _ w lhe , seg _ uidelines : should he ax _ ided , as tiley may also ignim . 1 . Use microwme - safe plastics only • Use foil only as directed ill tills guide . and use tilem ill strict compliance When using t _ il ill tile oxen , kee I ) tile foil witi _ tile cookware mannt _ tctnre _ s at least 1 " away flom the sides of the oxen . recommendations . • Do not use tile oxen to dry newspapers . 2 . Do not microwme empff containers . • If you use a meat tilem ) ometer while 3 . Do not peru / it children to use plastic cooking , make sure it is safe for use in cookware without complete supervision . nlicrox _ ' axe OXens . • Some styrofoam trays ( like tiaose that meat is packaged on ) have a thin strip of metal embedded ill tile bottom . _ A ] len microwaved , tile metal call 1 ) ni _ / l tile floor of the oxen or ignim a paper towel .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS A dvar _ li u m Ovet _ A WARNING ! SAb 2TY PRECA U7 70NS • Don't defrost frozen beverages in • Do not oxercook potatoes . They could narrow - necked bottles ( especially dehydrate and catch fire , causing carbonamd beverages ) . Even if the dam age to your oxen . container is open , pressure can build • Avoid heating baby % od in glass jars , up . This can cause the container to even with the lid off . Make sure all burst , possibly resulting in inju U . infant food is thoroughly cooked . • Foods cooked in liquids ( such as pasta ) Stir food to distribute the heat evenly . may tend to boil more rapidly than Be careflfl to prevent scalding when foods containing less moisture . warming fornmla . The container may Should this occur , refer to the Car ( , feel cooler than the formula really is . and Clr'a * d _ * go / ' the ove _ l section for Always rest the formula before feeding instructions on how to clean the the babv . inside of the oxen . • Do not attempt to deep fry in the oxen . • Hot foods and smam can cause burns . Be carefifl when opening any containers of hot food , including popcorn bags , cooking pouches and boxes . To prevent possible fi _ jm T , direct smam away flom hands and face . SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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V tlat is Advantium ? Advaz _ lium Ove * _ The new Adxantium oxen uses the surface so tile inside cooks Getting to know 1 ) reakthrough Speedcook technology simnltaneouslv . While halogen light Advantium to harness tile power of light . The is tile primal y source of power , Adxantium oven cooks the outside a " microwave boost " is added with of foods much like comentional certain foods . Foods cook evenly and radiant heat , while also penetrating fast , retaining their natural moisture . O O OOOOO OOOOO Turntable • Tile oxen rack ( turntable ) rotates to ensure exen cooking . Controls • Tile oxen control contains preset recipes . • Turn and press dial makes menu selection easy . Halogen Lamps • Two 1500 watt halogen bulbs cook food flom aboxe . • One 1500 watt halogen bulb cooks food from below . Microwave • A microwme " boost " is automatically added with certain t _ ods . • Tile oxen can also be used as a 950 watt microwaxe oxen . Vent • Tile oxen and xent fan emit air from tile upper grill area .
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Advantium Quick Start Speedcooh Oven Set the When you fi _ t plug in the oven or after To change the time : a power outage : clock 1 . Press the OPTIONS button . 1 . Turn the selector dial to set 2 . Turn the dial to ( _ I , OCK . the hour . Press the dial to enter . Press the dial to enter and follow the • ooooo 2 . Turn the dial to set the minute . display directions to set . Press the dial to enter . 3 . Turn the dial to select AM or PM . Press the dial to enter . Step 1 : Press the SPEED ( _ OOK breton . speedcoohing Tlu ow * n rack ( turntable ) must al _ vcOs be i _ z place • ooo _ o wkell usillg ltw ovell . OOOO0 Step 2 : Turn the dial to select the t } pe of food Put ibod di _ cll 3 on the black categor } } ou want . Press the dial to metal trc ( _ , to speedcook . enter it . Step 3 : Turn the dial to select the specific food . ii ii " i 6 _ i _ " Press the dial to enter it . Step 4 : As a g ' _ , al optio _ z , pul fi ) od Turn the dial to select the amount , size , dh * , c @ 0 _ * the bla & metal g _ ll tray to speedcook iood _ _ ' ou and / or doneness ( it required , the oven would normal ( 3 coob o _ l the o ] ' ill . will prompt you ) . Press the dial after each selection . Step 5 : Once the display shows AI ) fl'ST 77ME OR ST4RT _ either press the dial or start button to start cooking . ° _ " " 6 [ ] Press CLEAR / OFF at any time to ooooo stop cooking , Press MICRO EXPRESS repeatedly Microwaving fiw 30 second increments of microwave with Micro cooldng time . Express 77ze oven rack ( turntable ) The o \ en starts immediately . must alwm s be in plm ¢ , • • ooo _ OOOO0 77zewhite ceramic trc ( y should al _ va U b _ i _ plaa wh _ o _ mkyowaving .
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Speedcook Menu Guide Speedcooh Ovet _ After pressing the SPEEDCOOK button , the oven will prompt you to make sexeral selections , such as the example below . NOTE " When apeedcoohing , use bla & trays . 1 . Turn the dial until 3 . Turn the dial to 4 . Turn the dial to iiii " i " Sd _ , d SIZE : Sde _ t amount : CHICKI'A ' appears . Press the dial to enter . Small ( 3 - 4 oz ) l - 2 pieces La * ge ( 5 + oz ) 3 - 4 [ ) ieo , s 2 . Turn the dial until Press the dial to enter . Press the dial to enter . B ( ) NI _ 2LI _ 2SSBREASTS 5 . { . ' iseROU ) \ q ) MI _ 2774L appears . Press the dial to enter . TRAY is dispkt ? ed . IOi'g ¢ - s e t After a cooking c ) cle has been • To rexiew settings during cooking , completed , use the Resume feature press the selector dial . speedcooh to cook for additional time . se & ctions Food Category Menu Selection _ bod Categm3 _ Menu Selection Desserts Churm _ , I ; roze _ l Appetizers Ba _ ' l 13ite _ and Snacks Cheese Stieks , I'roz Cookie Doz @ , Fmz Cookie DongJt , R @ Jalape _ to I ' @ per _ Pie Crust , R @ Mbti t _ < g " Rol £ , I ; _ z Mi _ ti Nacho . _ , / ' roz Tanwve _ s , tbfi Other Bite Size Bn aded I : ish , I ; mzen Pizza Rol & t : _ . z Fish and Seafood bTsh Stieks , I ; ) vzen Salmon Steaks Breads Bi _ eai & t _ fi'ig ' . 5hel ( fish Biseaits , Bhzeber _ 3 ' Swor _ { fi . sh Steaks Bread . _ tiek . _ , R _ J Tuna Steaks Che ( ' _ e Lo ( { / i Fmze _ t Wkit ( . fi _ h Fillets Cmwbread Sti < ks , t ' _ J ( by , cent t _ o1 £ Meats Filet Migwo ) _ Garlic / Cheese Bread Ha mbzo ] . _ r . r Lamb Ch @ s Lo ( ( / _ t { ffHg " 7 } xas 7bast Pork Chops Steah , _ - Rib _ 3e Steaks - Sirloin Breakfast Belg'ia ) t II } { ffles Steaks - Strip Bwalff + * st Burritos Steak _ - 7 : bone B _ , al ! / hst Pizza Cim _ amo ) ¢ tb > l & R @ Pizza Deli / b ) vsh N _ neh 7bast , N _ > z Pizza Shell , Filh . d I'a ) _ eake _ , Froze ) _ Reg : Crust , I'mze ) * Sausagv Links Sausag ' _ Patti * s Strudd . _ , Fmz Potatoes Baked Potatoe _ I'mzen P ) eneh t ; i'i _ : s lYqffle Stiek _ , l ; i _ > z I % zen 7bier 7bt _ Chicken Bo _ te - ht I _ iee ( ' _ Bo ) _ eles _ B _ vasts Recipe P * . _ : w _ tal Reeipe _ Fi ) lg > _ : _ , Frozen Sandwiches Barritos , Frozen Fried Chiel . n , I'mz , \ ' riggers , Frozen Patties , I : roze _ ( h _ ' _ Roll / Hot D < > , _ : _ Grilh'd Sa _ dwiehe _ 7 } , ) _ de _ : _ , Frozen Pocket Sandwieh ( a 117 _ oleChieke _ 10
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Oven Features , 4dvantium Oven 0 @ @ 0 ) J o o D © o o D ooooo 00000 _ / ill ( { O _ l } Oven Rack ( 7 _ trntable ) _ 1A 0 The oxen rack ( turntable ) must always Allows cooking to be _ iewed while be in place , on the oxen floor , for keeping microwaxes confined in the oxen . all cooking . Be sure the oxen rack ( turntable ) is seated securely oxer Door Hand # the square spindle in the center of ql ' the oxen . Pull to open the door . The door must be securely latched for the oven to Black Metal 7 } ' ay / Baking Sheet operate . @ Put food directly on the black metal Door Latches tray and place on the oven rack ( turntable ) when using the speedcook f > atures . I + nt Fan Press the VENT FAN button to remove Black Metal ( ; rill Tray / Baking Sheet steam and other vapors flom surface @ Put fbod directly on the black metal cooking . grill tray and place on the oven rack ( turntable ) when speedcooking foods Lower Halogen Lamp you would normally cook on the grill . Operates when using speedcook . White Ceramic Tray Cooktop Light 0 Place on the oxen rack ( turntable ) Press the SURFACE LIGHT button to when using the microwaxe features . turn the cooktop light on and off . Place food or microwaxe - safe cookware directly on the tray . Co nt _ v I Pa nel The buttons used to operate the oxen are located on the control panel . Upper Halogen Lamps Operate when using speedcook . 11
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Oven Features Adva _ tium Ove _ KTth your Advantium oven you can cook with higt _ - interzsil ) _ halog { n lights a , _ d / or conventional mi ( , rowav _ _ r _ e _ gq _ . SPEEDCOOK / REPEAT LAST Press this button to access the pre - set speedcook menu . Press and hold for 3 seconds to repeat the last cooking selection . MANUAL COOK / RECIPE Speedcook Start Press this button to set your own speedcook program . O _ 010T ° Select O SELECTOR DIAL - 7 _ er _ to s _ , lect , t _ s _ to enter First turn then press tire dial to make food RepeatLast O Pause selections . Also use the dial to irrcrease Manual Cook ' % ms Tog d _ Clear ( tnrn clockwise ) or decrease ( turn counmrclockwise ) cooking times . 0 so , & o , o , 0 START / PA USE Recipe Off Press this button to start or pause any cooking fimction . Power Level Delay Start Timer Microwave Micro Express CLEAR / OFF • 0000 Press this button to cancel ALL oven Oven Light programs except the clock , timer and reminder . Vent Fan Reminder Options Help Surface Light POWER LEFI2L • 0000 Press this button and turn / press tire selector dial to change tire speedcook upper lamps , lower lamp and microwaxe power lmel before arrd during cooking . DELAY START VENI / " EAN Press this button to set the oxen to start Press this button to remoxe steam arrd other automatically at a time you set . xapors fiom surface cooking . TIMER RFJVIINDER Press this button to set tire minute timer . Can be used like an alarm clock and can be used at arty time , exen when tire oxen is MICROWAVE / OVEN LIGHT operating . It can be set to beep at a certain Press this button to operate the microwave . time , up to 94 hours later . Press while microwave cooking to light the oven cavity . The light will come on for OPTIONS several seconds . Press this button to set tire Cloch and access MICRO EXPRESS the Auto Night Light , Beeper Volume , Cbck Display ON / OFk ; Display Scroll Speed features . Press for 30 seconds of microwave cooking time . Each time the button is pressed adds HELP an additional 30 seconds to the remaining Press this button to find out more about cooking time . The oven starts immediatelv . your oxen's features . SURFACE LIGHT Press this button to turn the cooktop light on arrd off . 12
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Speedcooking Adva * _ lium Ove * _ CAUTION : When using speedcook programs , remember that the oven , door and Using dishes will be very hot ? speedcooh [ 5ior to tke , f ! _ : st use qfyour ovem the clock must be set . See tke Advantinm Quick jeatures Sta ' _ t sect ior _ . Bqfim _ you begim make . _ ure the oven rack ( turntable ) is ir _ place . { Aethe black metal tray ( baking . skeet ) , tke blad _ grill tray ( baking . skeet ) or your own glas . s or ceramic ( ookwmz _ . 77w oven ra & ( tmvtutble ) musl alwgffs I u @ ) od dh _ , c @ o _ lh _ bla & metalflat Pulfi _ od di _ clt 3 o _ ttu black metal be h _ ] daa wke _ usi _ < q Yze ovem tra } , to speedcook . . grill trt9 , to q _ eedcook / oods ) on would m _ rmal { ) cook or * ttu grill . SPEEDCOOK PRE - SET FOOD SELECTIONS : • Meats • Appetizers & Snacks • Chicken • Recipe • Breads • Desserts • Pizza • Sandwiehes • Breakfast • Fish & Seafi _ od • Potatoes 7b use a Advantium is ab _ , ady pre - set to cook ovo " 5 . Once the display shows : l O0 popular dishe _ . AI ) J - L < S'TTIME OR START pre - set either press start or the selector 1 . Press the speedcook button . speedcooh dial to start cooking . [ / " no sdection is made within 171e ) 21J 7 " u'rr _ tkejood over wher _ tke over _ . dgwaA • eeo , o l 5 . _ econ ( & the display will r _ qn , rt TU / ¢ \ : FOOD 0 I ' 7 _ R ( fiw ( ertair _ ji ) o & ) . back to the time q / day . OOOOO 2 . Turn the selector dial to select the l , I ! Tumthe oven . dgnaA CHF _ CK fiw l ) _ t . _ LSS , check to see type of food catego < v you want . ) ( : : : : " ' i / your ji _ od is Press the dial to enter . done to your likir _ g ( fro " certair _ . / i _ ods ) . Turn the selector dial to select the 7b n'view settir _ g : sdurir _ g cooking , [ ) ms . _ specific tbod ( menu selection ) . tke selegtor dial . Press the dial to enter . [ / you er _ ter ar _ nnd _ @ _ , d . _ election at any . Turn the selector dial to select time . dmply p _ z _ . _ tke ( JZAI _ fl ) t t amount , size , and / or doneness button and n , - enter tl , d ( < si ' _ z , . dw , lections . ( if required , the o _ en will prompt yon . ) Press the dial after each selection . < o & i _ g time . Fou can change powo • Early in a . speedco & program , you will see OtrlTMIZIN ( ; COOK TIME in tbe l ( q _ eAby pr ( < vdng POVCER LEVEL . di . _ play . 77 _ e ove _ , automatig _ dly se > _ e _ • To a . _ : _ u * _ c " on . siste , t cooking results , the electrical voltage l ( _ el in your home lbe oven m ( O , adjust powo . h'vet , arid adjusl . _ the cooking time up or downward { / lbe ove _ is hot at the ( bmm , fin " p'mpo " ( ooki _ g . begdnning of a p _ v ) g , _ m . • [ / lbe door " is ope , _ dur'i _ g co & lag , • At lke er _ d qfcool'i _ g , the automatic the ove _ will . _ top and tM USE will , tim will continue to run jbr a . short appear in the display . Cb ) . sethe door time to cool internal compone _ t . _ . and pms . s the START / PAUSE button to ' m _ ume cooking . • 7b cook fin " additional time qfier a cooking o , cle has bee _ completed , • At a , ytime duri , _ g cooki , g you can u . se lbe r > sumeji _ ature . 13 turn the . _ elegtordial to char _ ge the
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Speedcooking Adva _ tium Ove _ Ih } _ odscan touch but should not overlap . Cooking tips whe _ coohi _ gji _ od . s dir ( , ctly or _ the blach . / br great metal tray arva _ g ji _ od as shown below . tasting results Cbvular patler ) t Ci _ vular palter ) _ ( Fxample : biscuils , cookie < sm , eats ) ( Fxample : bi _ cuils , cookie < s ) Spol ; epall _ ' r _ Si ) _ g'le la ) , _ ' r ( P2xamplec : _ wce ) _ _ ldt _ , b _ vadslichs ) ( Example : appelize _ : _ ) I _ I _ meat chicken , fish or se @ od that has been , fivzen , d _ ould be thawed befi _ re eoohi , , g ( t / , _ , , _ ic , , , _ , , a _ & , _ / io . _ / tiat . , _ ca . , bc . . _ . # . F , , , ot / , e , / i _ , _ , l , , _ . l , ac / _ ag _ ( I U _ ethis time saving , f ! _ alu , _ vjiw c : oohing NOTE : 77 _ elast [ ) _ vgramused is sto _ vd Repeat last _ v / _ etitiveitem . _ lihe coohi _ < o _ r appetize _ : _ . , / i , r two hou ' _ : _ . I . Press and hold the SPEEDCOOK / 3 . Press the START / PAUSE 1 ) ntton or REPEAT IAST button for about the selector dial to start cooking . 3 seconds . 00000 2 . The last pre - set food will be displayed . J ° tes u _ / ze I . If your food needs to cook a bit The program stays in memory % r longer , you can restart the oxen l 0 minutes . Alter that you will need jeature by pressing the START button to begin the program again . See _ L _ or selector dial . 7b use a p _ > _ et . _ wed ( ooh meHu . . I ¢ ESUME COOKING will be • oooo displayed and the oxen will _ i ii - i 6 ' uii , " restart immediately at 10 % of the original time . 14
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Speedcooking Adva _ tium Ov _ I . Press the SPEEDC ) ( ) K button Advantium uses power Dora and select wmr fbod ( follow high intensity halogen lights and microwaves to cook fbod fiom instructions flom 7b _ . _ e a p _ > set the top , bottom and interior sp _ ed _ oot _ m _ nu ) . simultaneously to seal in . When display shows AI ) , ] 55 ' T _ o o o o moisture and flavor . TIME or $ 73 / { 7 , press the OOOOO POWER LEVEL button . When using the pre - set menu foods , the power lexels are aheadv selected 3 . Tmn the dial clockwise to for you . However , power lexels can increase or counterclockwise to be adjusted when cooking both pre - decrease the upper power lexel . set menu fbods and manual cooking . Press the dial to enter . Each power lexel gives you halogen 4 . Turn the dial to change the lower lamp power and microwave energy power lexel . Press the dial to enter . for a certain percentage of the time . 5 . Turn the dial to change the U = 07 Upper halogen lamp on microwave power le , el . Press 70 % of the time . the dial to enter . L = 07 Lower halogen lamp on 6 . Press the START / PAUSE button or 70 % of the time . the selector dial to start cooking . M = 05 Microwme on 50 % of { / you do r _ ot want to changz , one qf th ( the time . o " 9 • s _ tti _ gs , just flr ( ss ttu dial to mow to the N07 _ : B ( ( ar _ ' jid whe _ adj'u _ tb _ g ' , power l ( q _ eZ * so that you do _ ot ove _ or * ¢ _ d ( , r - cook yo _ ¢ r jbod . Follow ttu < _ ( g , , neral guidelir _ e , s when sdecting the b ( < _ tU - . - , L = M = settir _ Ks > , o . l , a , o , ( U = Select a higher setting fbr thin M = Select a higher setting to shorten foods requiring a golden brown cooking time fbr dense or heavv top ( example : fish fillets , toast , fbods ( example : casseroles , whole boneless chicken breasts ) . Select chicken ) . Select a lower setting a lower setting fbr thicker fbods fbr delicate fbods ( example : cakes , breads , souftles ) or fbods and fbods with high sugar or fht conmnt ( example : cakes , roasts ) . requiring long > r cook times % r tender results ( example : steve ; Select a higher setting fbr thick pot roast ) . or dense fioods that may not cook quickly in the center ( example : casseroles ) . Select a lower setting fbr thin K ) ods ( example : cookies ) and k ) ods containing high fat or sugar content ( example : pastry ' , cakes ) . 15
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Speedcooking Adva _ tium Ov { , _ • Follow cookwa * _ . _ ugg { < _ tior _ osn tke S [ } eedcooh overl , display or in tke Cookbook or € OOk _ O ( lFe Cool & _ g guid _ . • Cookwmz _ will become kol because o [ keal lra , _ . _ ) ! brredJ : kom tke keated ji } od . Over _ mitts will & needed to ka , _ dle lke cookwa ' _ z ) . Placeji } od diru : tly or _ Ike black trays wker _ ( ookir _ g . Use tke black metal . fiat tray ir _ tke B ( . _ u * vto . sd ( ct a siz ( lkal will . same way you would u . s _ a skallow * r } lale easily . bakir _ g pa _ or bakir _ g tr ( 9 _ . [ qace the black metal tray , gla . s . _ , or Us _ lke black grill tray , f ! } r cooking cerami ( ( ool'war ( dir { gtly or _ llu over _ . st , d _ . s risk a _ d poultry . " ra ( : l _ ( tur * _ tabl _ ) . 1 _ addition lo the cool , war { , provided , Do not use ( : ookwa ' _ zor ( : ov ( ' ringcs _ 011 ( ' ( l _ l II , q ( ) ? lO71 - } } _ ( ' l ( ll ( ' ( I , g _ g * ? D [ O made q / pape , plastic , or , / ; } il wl , m dishes _ , pie plates and other heal - . sqf ! " cookwa ' _ v . Place them di ' _ z , gtlyon the ov { ' H , ra { l _ ( turnlable ) . Advantiuin gixes you the flexibility 4 . Turn the dial to change the lower power level . Press the to cook your favorite dishes . @ eedcook dial to enter . If you want to cook a fbod item that 5 . Turn the dial to change the is not among the pre - set selections , microwave power le , el . Press use manual speedcook . • • ooe , • the dial to enter . 1 . Press the MANUAL 6 . Press the START / PAUSE COOK / RECIPE button . hutton or press the selector If r _ o _ ntri { < _ at { " mad _ wiS _ b _ l 5 . s . : o _ ds dial to start cooking . tke di , _ pla _ , will _ q _ { ' rtback to tlu time For power l ( q _ ela _ d ( : ookb _ g time ( ! I " drop . . s _ gK , _ stio _ . s , u . seyour ( ookir _ ' , g , ' uide 2 . Turn the selector dial to select or cook book . the cooking time . Press the dial to enter , 77u _ all , splay will prm _ q ) l you to , s ( le ( : t r ) ) _ " ) ) , ; { it I L [ _ [ ( IUJ _ LOI'lq _ 2I _ P014 _ 7 _ 21 _ a _ d M1CI _ OWA I ' 7 _ 2POI ' I # { IL . Tmn the dial clockwise to increase or counterclockwise to decrease the upper power le , el . Press the dial to enter . 16
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Speedcooking Advantium Oven . Create up to 30 of your own Turn tile dial to change the lower Speedcooh power lexel . Press the dial to enter . Speedcook recipes , or customize recipe - - to an existing custom recipe to suit 7 . Turn tile dial to change tile enter and your tastes . Once it's done , your microwme power lmel . Press s ( l - U e food cooks just the way you want it tile dial to enter . • ooo _ o every time ! . OOOOO ( , ATEGORY appears . Turn the dial 1 . Press the SPEEDCOOK button . m select one of 30 camgories that 2 . T / lrn the dial until I _ ECIt'F , best describes this new Speedcook program . Press tile dial to enter . appears . Press tile dial to enter . . 3 . Turn the dial until C { _ S'TOM # : ICf , ci / ) eAdd _ , d . tS ( < s . _ START to Run appears . To begin cooking press t ' : Mt _ IY appears . Press tile dial tile START / PAUSE button . To to enter . store the recipe without cooking , 4 . t , _ 1LR 1 , ) ( K TIME appears . press tile CLEAR / OFF 1 ) utton . Turn the dial to select the cooking time . Press tile dial to enter . For power level an d cooking lime . _ ugg ( a _ tions , use your cooking guide 77 . _ di . _ play will prompt you to , sdect or ( oo1 " bool ' . { . [ fLI ¢ [ ) I + LI ¢ L ) DLI ¢ PODT _ I ¢ and M1CROWAI , T ; , POI ' _ ! lg . R . 5 . Turn tile dial clockwise to increase or counterclockwise to decrease the upper power lmel . Press the dial to enter . To find and ttse stored custom . Turn dial until the recipe you Speedcooh speedcook recipes : want is displayed and press the r ( ¢ cipe - - to dial to enter . I . Press tile SPEEDCOOK button . . find and use . Press the START / PAUSE 1 ) ntton 2 . Turn dial to IH : XJPF . and press or press tile selector dial to start ooooo to enter . cooking . ViViD 3 . CL _ S'TOM # : and the categories you entered will appear . 17
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Speedcooking Advantium Oven . To adjust or change stored custom Recipe Added . tSz < ssSTART Io Run 5 > eedcooh speedcook recipes : appears . To begin cooking press rec @ e - - to tile START / PAUSE button . To 1 . Press the SPEEDCOOK button . acljust or store the recipe without cooking , . Turn tile dial until RECItq : . change press tile CLEAR / OFF button . OOOOO appears . Press the dial to enter . For power l _ el and cookir _ g time iii _ 6 _ ii " 3 . W / lin tile dial to the recipe you . sugg _ slions ' , use your cooking guide or cool _ bo & . want to change . Press the dial m enter . AI ) , fl / ST TIMF , or S7 _ RT appears . . Press tile MANUAL COOK / RECIPE button . 5 . Tile display will prompt yon to AI ) , ! { _ S'T COOK TIME , then select UPI _ ER t ¥ ) _ + 7 _ 217L , O _ ' _ ! 7 _ 2R P01 " _ 7 ' 21 _ , MICROIVAVI _ t ' 01 ' 17 _ R , and CATEGORE Turn the dial and press to enter tile appropriate settings . ( For more detailed instructions , follow steps 4 through 8 in the section Sper'dco & * _ ' cipe - - to ento " and save . ) . To delete stored custom speedcook AI ) , flJ ( S'T TIME or START appears . Speedcooh Press and hold tile MANUAL recipes : r ( ¢ ci / ) e - - to COOK / RECIPE button for 1 . Press the SPEEDCOOKbutton . delete 3 seconds . This deletes the 2 . Turn the dial until I ¢ ECIPE recipe . You may now enter and 00000 appears and press tile dial save a new recipe or press tO enter . CLEAR / OFF to return to tile 00000 clock display . 3 . Turn dial to tile recipe you want to delete and press tile dial to enter . 18
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Speedcooking Adva _ tium Ove _ Oven Heat Cooking Times Things that are normal • When speedcooking prei ) rogrammed • No preheating time is required . The oxen foods , you may see OUFIMIZIN ( ; COOK begins cooking immediately . TIME in the display several seconds after The door and inside of the oxen will be you press START . The oven automatically xerv hot . Use camion when opening the senses the electrical voltage level in your door and remoxing food . home and adjusts the cooking time up or down fox proper cooking . • Do not use cookware or coxerings made of paper , plastic , or tbil when cooking Fan / Vent during a speedcook cycle . The fan will be on during cooking . At the • When cooking % r an exmnded period end of cooking , the automatic fan will of time , the oven may automatically continue to run fox a short time , and the reduce the power levels to maintain display will read ( ) ve _ , is Cooling . The fan the appropriate level of oven heat . will automatically shut off when the internal parts of the oven have cooled . Sounds The exhaust fan may come on • ( : licks and a fan blowing are normal automatically if the cooktop is in use . sounds dnring cooking . The relay board is tnrning components on and off . The oxen xent will emit warm air while the oxen is Oil . Lights • When the oxen is on , light may be xisible around the door or outer case . • The halogen lights will dim and cycle on and off dnring a speedcook cycle , sometimes even at flfll power levels . This is normal . The oven senses the heat level and adjusts automatically . 19
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Microwaving Advantium Oven Make sure the oven rack ( turntable ) arm white ceramic trc ( y are in place . Using the raigro70 ( _ ) g Place fimd or microwavable co _ tahwr directly o _ the white ceramic tray to cook yourjbod . . / batures 77u _ oven rack ( turntable ) must alwm s b _ , i _ z The white ceramic tray skouht al , , a _ s b _ [ dace wkell ttsing the oven . i _ place wkell microwaving . Coo _ ware • Make sm'e that cookware is suitable • Place food or microwaxable container directl _ on the white ceramic tray to fi _ r microwaxing . cook x _ O1 . 1I " food . MICROWAVE PRE - SET FOOD SELECTIONS : [ ] Bacon [ ] Popcorn [ ] Soup [ ] _ ¥ me cook [ ] Recipe [ ] Beverage [ ] Reheat ( one serving ) [ ] Vegetables ( fresh , [ ] Defrost ( Auto and frozen , canned ) _ Tme ) I . Press the MICROWAVE / OVEN How to use lf the door Ls @ em , d during cooking , the I , IGHT 1 ) utton . ow , tl will . st @ and t'A LS'Ii will appear pre - set in the di . qd ( O , . Close tbe door and prev _ microwave . t / no sdection is made within 15 . seconds START / PAUSE to _ z _ ume cookiug selections the disJ ) lay will _ vvert bach to ttu time NOTE : There is no light that o / day . autonmtically comes on during 00000 2 . Turn the dial to find the food mio'owaving . you want to cook . Press the dial 7b , _ eetkeji ) od that is cooking ] m < s , s to enter . MICROWAVE / OVEN LIGHT . 3 . Turn the selector dial to select One hab _ ¢ en lamp will come on , / or amount , weight or size . about 5 s _ cond , _ . ( If required , the oxen will , _ [ you enter art und _ < siwd , selection at prompt you ) . Press the dial after each selection . any time , _ imp6 _ [ m _ , _ the ( ; I , EAR / OFF button and _ > enter the dedwd sde ( tions . 4 . Press the dial or the START / PAUSE 1 ) utton to start cooking . 7b _ vvi _ w setting _ during cooking / m _ s ' , _ tt . _ , s ' _ l _ " ( tot dial . 2O
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Microwaving Advantium Oven Use Time Cook to mic _ r ) wav _ jbod that is 4 . To change the power level if you 77me Cook don't want fidl power , press t ] _ e not in tlu _ ' ( ipe . se ( tion . POWER LEVEL button . Turn • The power level is automatically the dial to select . Press the dial set at high , but you can change it to enter . for more flexibiiity . 5 . Press the dial or the START / Press the MICR ( ) _ \ _ kVE button . o _ . _ , i i . _ o , ] . PAUSE button to start cooking . J 2 . Turn the dial to TIME COOK go _ zmay @ en tlz _ door durir _ g 77ME COOK to clud _ th _ ji ) od . Clo . s _ the door and press the dial to enter . and p _ s , s START to r ( _ ume coohing . Turn the dial to set the time and press the dial to enter . Press MICRO EXPRESS repeatedly Micro o fbr a0 second increments of Express microwave cooking time . Oxen starts immediately . • • Q O . _ O 00000 I . First , follow directions for TIME Microwave C ) OK , TIME DEFROST or various power l _ d _ : power level MICRO EXPRESS . High 10 : Fish , bacon , xegetables , . Press the PO _ VER LEVEI , button . 1 ) oiling liquids . 3 . Turn the dial clockwise to increase Med - High 7 : Gentle cooking of meat and counterclockwise to decrease and pouluT ; baking casseroles and the power lmel . Press the dial reheating . to enter . Medium 5 : Slow cooking and . Press the dial or the tenderizing for stews and less tender cuts of meat . START / PAUSE button to start cooking . Low 2 or 3 : Deflosting ; simmering ; delicate sauces . _ ) u can chang _ the pow _ * r l _ l b @ m or during a cooldng prog'mm ( except Warm 1 : Keeping food warm ; when using MICRO EXPRESS ) . softening 1 ) utter . • When cooking bacon , layer strips • For fiozen xegetables , follow the Coohing tips on a plate . Coxer each layer with package instructions for adding water . a paper towel . • When cooking xegetables , • For flesh xegetables , add rise a microwaxe - safe casserole 2 tablespoons of water for or bowl . Coxer with a lid or each serxing . xented plastic wrap . 21
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Microwaving Ad'oa _ tium Ove _ Create and store up to 10 of your 6 . CATI _ 2 ( ; OI _ Y appears . Turn Microwave own microwave recipes . the dial to select a category recipe - - to that best describes your desired 1 . Press the MICRO _ ! \ TkVE / OVEN enter and microwa _ e program . LIGHT button . Sa _ ) e 7 . R ( , ( - ipe Add ( , & 15 ( < _ : S _ T ] 4RT to Run 2 . Turn dial m / til I _ ECIPE appears . appears . To begin cooking , press Press the dial to enter . oi i - i i . . i , , the START / PAUSE but / on or o : , . Turn dial until CUSTOM # : EMt ) TY press the CLEAR / OFF button to appears . Press the dial to enter . store the recipe without cooking . 4 . k2NTI _ 2t _ COOK 77 / ME appears . Turn the dial to select the cooking time you want . Press the dial to enter . 5 . Select POWER LEVEL . Turn the dial and press the dial to enter . To find and use stored custom Microwave microwave recipes : r ( ¢ ci ] ) e - - to I . Press the MICRO _ A ; AVE / OVEN find and use LIGHT button . • • O _ . , • 2 . Turn dial to RECItq : . and press the dial to enter . ' _ i " i 6 _ i " . CUSTOM # : and the categories you entered will appear . 4 . Turn dial to your recipe and press the dial to enter . 5 . Press the START / PAUSE button or the selector dial to start cooking , 22
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Microwaving , 4 ( Ivantil _ m Oven 6 . Turn the dial to select the POl4q _ l ? To adjust or change stored custom Microwave microwave recipes : Lt { ' _ , 7 _ Land press tile dial to enter . recipe - - to 1 . Press tile MICROWAVE / OVEN 7 . I ? f , g - ipeAdd _ , d . t ¥ _ < s : SsTART to Run adjust or LIGHT button . appears . To begin cooking , press change the START / PAUSE button or 2 . Turn dial to I _ ECIPE and press tile press the CLEAR / OFF button m dial to enter . 00000 store tile recipe without cooking . 3 . Turn tile dial to the recipe you want to change . Press tile dial to enter . . AD , ] L ( S'T TIME or $ 7 _ / ¢ T appears . 5 . Press tile MANUAL C ) OK / RECIPE button . Turn tile dial to select tile cook time and press tile dial to enter . To delete stored ctLstom microwave . AI ) / L _ S'T TIME OR START appears . Microwave recipes : When prompted to press the reciDe - - to START button , press and hold tile I . Press the MICROWAVE / OVEN delete MANUAL COOK / RECIPE button I , I ( ; HT button . t _ r 3 seconds . You may now enter 2 . Turn dial to ICECIPE and press and save a new recipe or press tile dial m enten CLEAR / OFF m return to tile clock display . 3 . Turn tile dial to the recipe you want m delete . Press tile dial to enter . 23
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Microwaving , 4dvantil _ m Oven Auto Deflost automatically sets the [ ] Rz'move d @ r _ . _ ted meat or . shield warm Auto dq ¢ mst deflosting times and power levels to ar _ . a _ with , , mdl l , i _ . . _ , q / Ji , il . / i , r < . . _ , give even defrosting results fur meats , de [ / i'o . _ tb _ < g * " ponlu T and fish weighing up to [ ] drier dg , / m . _ tir _ g too . st meat . s need to 6 pounds . . stand 5 minut ( _ to compAte d @ o . sting ; • oo _ ; o I . Remoxe fbod from the package I ; a _ gz , roasts sho * dd star _ d . / i ) r abo , _ t OOOOO 30 min * d _ < f . and place it on a microwave - safe dish . Conversion Guide 2 . Press the MICRO _ \ _ kVE / OVEN LIGHT button . ( llld OIIT _ ( ( _ t ] l ( ? 011 ? 2 ( ( _ I ? ZlIst l ) ( ( OTIZ _ ( Ft _ ? d o Turn the dial to l L7 R ) S l to t _ nth . _ ( . l ) q / ' a pound . ( AL7 ) ) . Press the dial to enter . 4 . Weight of lbbod Enter Food Weight Turn the dial to the fbod weight , in Our _ . es ( tenths of a pound ) using the Conversion Guide 1 - 2 . 1 at right . For example , dial 1.2 3 . 2 fur 1.2 pounds ( 1 pound , 3 oz . ) Press the dial to enter . 4 - 5 . 3 6 - 7 . 4 5 . Press the dial or START / PAUSE 8 . 5 button to start deflosting . 9 - 10 . 6 6 . Turn the fbod oxer when the o _ en ll . 7 ) I , ZR . signals TURN FOOD _ : 12 - 13 . 8 14 - 15 . 9 Use Time l ) @ r ) st to d @ ost . firr a . sdected Pow _ , r level is automatically . _ etat 3 , 7 _ me d ( mst length q / time . but can be changvd . 7b change the powo levels : , . we lbe Microwave Power Level 1 . Press the MICROWAVE / OVEN . sr'gtion . gou ca * , @ _ ) st . small items LIGHT button . qui < hly @ rai . si , g the powo " level < { f ! + , r 2 . Turn the selector dial to eHtoing the time . tbwo l ( , vd 7 cuts the I ) EFI ¢ OST ( TIME ) . Press total dffh ) . _ ting time in about ha ( f ! powo " OOOO0 the dial to enter . level 10 cuts the total time to about l / 3 . 1 ' _ ! 7 , end @ osting at hig ] , pow _ , r leve £ : , 3 . Turn the dial to select the time yon jood will need mo _ z ' . / iWuent atler , tion want . Press the dial to enter . than usual . 4 . Press the dial or START / PAUSE button to start defiosting . 5 . Turn the food oxer when the oxen signals TURN FOOl ) O _ ' T . R . 24
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Microwaving Ad'ua _ tium Ove _ U . _ eA UTO DEI _ I { OS'TJi _ r meat poultry [ ] For more even defrosting of Dffmsting a _ d , f ! . _ h . Use _ 77 , \ " lL7 DF _ J ' ' _ / ¢ ( ) , S " 7 _ , / " _ _ , . most larger foods , such as roasts , use tips olher , / i ' _ > ze _ foo & . DF . Flff ) ST ( AUTO ) . Be sure large meats are complemly defrosted [ ] Foods frozen in paper or plastic before cooking . can be time defrosted in the [ ] When defrosmd , food should package , but foods should be be cool but softened in all areas . taken out of the package when If still slightly icy , return to the using DI ' 2FI ¢ OST ( AUTO ) . Closed microwaxe xery briefly , or let packages should be slit , pierced it stand a few minums . or vented after food has partially defrosted . Plastic storage containers should be partially / llICO _ , _ re ( l . [ ] Family - size , prepackaged frozen dinners can be defrosted and microwaxed . If the food is in a foil containe _ ; transfbr it to a microwave - safb dish . [ ] Foods that spoil easily should not be allowed to sit out for more than one hour after defrosting . Room temperature promotes the growth of harmflfl bacteria . 25
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Microwaving Advantil _ m Oven The s _ , _ swr / i , atur _ , dd _ , cls the ino _ , asing Microwave humidi G , rdeas _ , d duffng coohing ; The SgT _ sor ov _ ' n automatically , adju . sts tt _ e ( wohing " time cooking to io , , , o'I , , , a , , d 4JS , , , d . Do not use the Sensor Features twice in succession on the same food Coven _ d portion - - it may result in severelybc ; overcooked or burnt food . If f d is undercooked after the first countdown , use TIME COOK for additional cooking time . The proper containers and covers are essential fi _ r best sensor coohi _ g . I , _ nted • Always use microwave - safl _ containers and cover them with lids or venmd plastic wrap . Nexer use tight sealing plastic containers - - they can prevent steam flom escaping and cause food to overcook . l ) ' r _ o [ [ dishes _ o the _ don't Be sure the outside of the cooking _ ) _ Tsleadthe s _ n _ o ' _ : containers and the inside of the oven are dry befbre placing fbod in the oxen . Beads of moistme turning into steam can mislead the sensor . • Beverages are best heated t / nco _ , ered . MICROWAVE SENSOR PROGRAMS : • Bevtn'age • Popcorn - Prepackaged mio'owave popcorn , 1.5 oz . to 3.5 oz . • Reheat - Single servings ( 4 to 6 oz . ) of leftovers . • Soup 26
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Microwaving Ad'ua _ tium Ove _ Adva _ tium's mietr ? wave mode / batur _ < _ [ ] If you open the door while 7b use all , se _ , sor eooki * _ g : Tke over _ automati ( rtlly SLNS ) t _ Cooki , % SI _ N _ ' Ot _ Et _ ROR SgTZSOY , serrses wher _ . / ood i . sdone and . shuts it , sd / " will appear . Close the door , press programs q / Jmdimi _ . tti _ g tlu _ e _ d to [ ) ro _ ram , START to begin again . " i . . . . i cooktimes and Dower kq _ e £ . Notes about the Reheat pr _ gram : i27 : i - 1 . Press the MICRO _ \ % VE button . Reheated ff ) ods may have wide 2 . Tmn the dial to select the food _ ariations in temperature . Some you want . Press the dial to enter . areas may be extremely ' hot . o : , . Press the dial or press the START / It is best to use 17 _ : IL COOK and not PAUSE button to start cooking . IU ? . H1A _ " I _ fbi " the _ eS foods : Do not open the oven door until [ ] Bread products time is counting down in the display . [ ] Food that must be reheated If the door is opened , close it and uncovered . press START / PAUSE immediately . If the food is not done enough , use [ ] Foods that need to be stirred TIME COOK in the microwave or turned . selector to cook * br more time . [ ] Foods calling % r a dry look or NOTE : Do not use the Sensor crisp surfhce after reheating . Features twice in succession on the same fbod portion - - it may result in severely oxercooked or burnt fbod . [ ] If you have been speedcooking and the o _ en is already hot , it may indicate that it is too hot fbr sensor cooking . Of course , you can always continue with _ 1L : _ ' IL ; " COOK or SPFJ _ 2DCOOKi [ ] To shorten or lengthen the cook time , wait until the time countdown shows in the display . Then turn the dial to add or subtract time . [ ] Drinks heated with the BLITJCA ; ' ; ( ; ; ' L feature may be _ erv hot . Remo _ e the container with care . 27
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Microwaving Adva _ tium Oven Oven Heat Interference Things that aTg 7ZOF _ I ( IJ • TV / radio interference might be • Cookware may become hot because of heat transferred flom the heamd food . noticed while using the microwme . Similar to the interference caused by ( ) yen mitts may be needed to handle the cookware . other small appliances , it does not indicate a problem with the microwme . Move • Steam or vapor may escape flom around the radio or TV as far away fiom the the door . microwave as possible , or check the Sounds position of the TV / radio antenna . Lights • You may hear a dull thumping sound while the oxen is operating . • The oxen light will not come on during a microwme cooking cycle . For about 5 seconds of light , press the MICROWAVE / OVEN LIGHT pad . The oxen light will come on automatically when the door is opened . 28
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Other Advantium Features Adva _ tium Ove _ " YOUR To remind you that you have food in the oven , the oven will display FOOD 15 ' YOUR FOOD IS REAI ) Y and beep IU , 2AI ) Y " once a minum nnul you either open the oven door or press tile CLEAR / OFF button . CIo & : Auto Night Light : P ) ? atures 77 _ ecloth must be . set bq / im _ you can use Use this feature to i ) rogram the undo the you , oven f ! , , the fi , : _ t time ( see Qui ( h on - off time for an automatic night OPTIONS SlarI , firr instru ( tion . s ) . light . Press tile OPTIONS button , button ulrn the dial to select AUTO NI ( iHT I . To change tile clock time , press 00000 LIGHT ; press tile dial m enter , and the OPTIONS pad and turn tile tbllow tile display directions . i i , 7 i i € dial to CLOCK . Press tile dial tO enter , Beeper Volume : Use this feature to adjust tile volume 2 . Turn the dial to set hours . of tile beeper . You can even tnrn it Press tile dial to enter . off . Press tile OPTIONS button , turn 3 . T / lrn the dial to set minutes . the dial m select t3 ] _ EPER VOLUME , Press the dial to enter . press the dial to entec and follow tile display directions . 4 . Turn the dial to select AM or PM . Press tile dial to enter . Se _ ' oll Speed : Is the message scroll too slow Clock D @ lay ON / OFF : or too fast ? Change it ! Press the Use this feature to turn your OPTIONS button , turn tile dial clock display on or off . 15tess the to select I ) I , S'I'IAY SCROLL SI'I ' ; FJL OPTIONS button , turn the dial to press tile dial to enter , and follow select CLOCK [ ) ISPLAY ON / OFF . Turn tile display directions . the dial m select ON or 01 : 1 " 7Press tile dial to enter . Use thi , Lf ! _ alu _ v to _ vview the cu'nvr _ t Review cooking . _ elections you have . _ et . Press the selector dial during speedcooking or microwme cooking . ' i i i ii _ i " 29
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Other Advantium Features Advantium Ove _ Use tkis , f ! _ atm _ to , / btd out mo'r ( about The display ' will show a description H @ yore ove _ a _ d its , f ! , at , o > , . fbr the program you have chosen . 1 . Press the HELP button . 2 . Turn the dial to select the fbature 00000 name . Press the dial to enter . t : eatu ' _ < L / imnd in tke Hl'ZPji , nctiorz . Powo " Level Ad ] u , st Auto Nigkt L { ¢ kt I ? _ ( i [ ) e [ 5 ( l ( ' 071 I ¢ _ , t _ eal - One Se _ wing B @ o " I ' ) dume Bg'zT # rcxgv I ? @ eat Last Child Lockout 1 { * . ' _ 511 ] lag " ICevig , w Cl _ ' a ' _ / Off Cbck & " roll Spe _ ' d cb & Di _ N . ro , , / O / f X , mp StarI / Pau , _ e D ( io , st ( Auto ) D @ ' o . st ( Tired @ eedcool _ Ddayg'd Start Su't # ( e kigg _ t 7Vine Co & Hdp Mar + ual 5 _ wed < o & Timo " O , l / O / / Mio'owave Cool ¢ i _ lg l ' ) ' getab > * ( Cat , ned ) Microwave E . vi ) ' , > _ : _ i " ( ' g _ g'tabl ( _ ( * Frg _ s'h ) Option . + l ' ) ' getab > * ( Frozen ) l ) ' n t t : a * _ Ove _ l Ligt _ t t ' , ¢ cor * , 3O
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Other Advantium Features , 4 ( Ivat _ tium Ovet _ _ m may lock the control panel to [ ) _ , vent When the control panel is locked , Child CON77 ? OL LS " LOC _ ' _ D will be ttu over _ , fir ) m being au ider _ tally started lock - out or u , _ d by ( hild ' _ n . displayed briefly anytime a button or dial is pressed . Press and hold CLEAR / OFF for al ) out 3 seconds to lock and unlock . ooooo Use lo light your co & top . Press the SURFACE I , IGHT button light to select the proper setting . Continue pressing to change fiom OOOO0 1 ) right to nightlight to off . 77 _ e w ' _ lt jhn * ' _ ' mow < , _ steam and otho " Vent fan valm * : Lfir ) m suffhce ( ooking . Press the VENT FAN button to select the fan speed . Contimm pressing to change fiom / , iiiw high to low to off . 3 . Turn the dial to select the seconds . { J , sethi , s , fiaturt a _ 3tim _ 30 * * _ eed a Timo Press the dial to enter . g _ , _ ural purpose time _ : It can ( q _ e _ be u , _ ed whil _ ( : oot _ i _ g i * _ tlu ove _ . - © 7b pa * ¢ , _ e , [ ) r ( < _ T . _ IMER . 7b r ( < start [ ) _ < _ . _ 1 . Press the TIMER button . TIMER ag ( tb _ . • O _ ) • • 2 . Turn the dial to select the 7b car _ cel [ ) r ( < s , as _ d hold the TIMER OOOOO minutes . Press the dial b , _ tto _ dow _ . / br about 3 . se ( ror _ d . s . to enter . 31
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Other Advantium Features Advat _ tium Ovet _ Use this feature like an alarm 7b ( : a _ u : d pms : s and hohl the REMINDER tTzmindo clock to hel I ) you keep up with buIlon , liar about 3 se ( : or _ ds . things to do . 1 . Press the REMINDER button and select reminder time . Follow the • oo _ o directions in the display : o _ • • • A . 7 ) _ rn the dial to set hou _ : _ . [ Sets th _ dial to el _ te _ ; B . 7 ) _ rn th _ dial to s _ t minuh < _ . [ Ser . s tlu dial to e _ te _ : C . 7 ) o ° n th _ dial to sde ( t AM or 1 _ ¥ 1 . [ 5 ° ( < vsthe dial to e _ to : DIg , LAY ST _ t { T allows you to set 3 . When prompted , press the Delay start SPEEDCOOK / REPEAT LAST the oven to delay , ' cooking up to 24 hours . or MICRO _ \ : _ VE button and enter a cooking program . See the 1 . Press the DEIAY START button . 5 ' lwedcoohing or Mi _ owavb _ g 2 . Turn the dial to select start time sections * br instructions . and press the dial to enter . Follow 4 . Press the dial or press the the directions in the display . START / PAUSE hutton . A . 7 ) _ rn the dial to . set hou _ : _ . Pmrs [ he dial to enle _ : 77 _ I ) I _ 2LAY S7At _ T time will & B . 7 ) o ° _ th _ dial to . setmixtures . di , sDlayed . 77z _ ove _ z will automatically [ 5 > rs th _ dial to e _ te _ : , start the eoohing p _ og _ ram at th _ C . Turn the dial to sd _ ct AM or delayed time . [ _ : VI . [ 5 _ < vst ] u dial Io e _ te _ : N07 _ : You cannot u , s _ I ) FdAY STriCT with th _ BLILI _ A L , POPCOI _ N , 1 { I _ 2HEAT or SO { _ g _ pr , g ' _ = m . An automatic fan feature protects If you have turned the fan on you Automatic the oxen from too much heat rising may find that you cannot turn it off . fan from the cooktop below it and from The fan will automatically turn off too much heat inside the oxen caxitv . when the internal parts are cool . It may stay on for 30 minums or more It automatically turns on at low speed after the cooktop and oven controls if it senses too much heat . are turned off . 32
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( ; are and ( ; leaning Advat _ tium Ovet _ An occasional thorough wiping with Helpful a solution of baking soda and water hints keeps the inside fiesh . Be certain the oven control is turned off before cleaning any part of this oven . Hozv to Clean the inside of the o _ en after each use % r proper heating clean the perfbrmance . inside Some spat / ers can be removed with a paper to _ . _ > l , others may require a warm soapy cloth . Remove greasy spatters with a sudsy cloth , then rinse with a damp cloth . Dhl £ tqoo _ Inside Window Metal and Plastic Pa'rl . s on the Door Do not use abrasive cleaners or sharp utensils on oxen walls . Never use a commercial oven cleaner on any part of your oven . Do not clean the inside of the oxen with metal scouring pads . Pieces can break off the pad , causing electrical shock . Do not remove the halogen lamp glass covers . The area underneath the oxen rack Removable ( turntable ) should be cleaned overt rack ftequently to axoid odors and ( turntable ) smoking during a cooking cycle . The oxen rack ( turntable ) can be broken if dropped . _ Aash Oven Rack ( 7 ) rrntable ) careftfllv in warm , sudsy water . D W completely and replace . Do not use the oven without the oven tad " ( turntable ) irl , place . To replace the oxen rack ( turntable ) , place its center oxer the square spindle in the center of the oven and turn it until it seats into place .
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Care and Cleaning Advantium Oven To prevent breakage , allow tile trays Do not use metal scouring pads Baking sheets to cool complemly be % re cleaning . or abrasives , as they may damage ( cooking trays ) the finish . _ ' ash carefldly ill warm , sudsy water or ill the dishwasher . Black metal tray , lot DT _ ite ( oamie tray , firr Metal grill lr ( O , jar , _ / wedcooking speedcooking miewwaving Both tile upper and lower halogen Halogen lamp covers must be kept flee of lamp covers grease and food spattering5 ill order m operate eft > ctively . Clean the lamp g _ a . s : scovo : _ qfien to avoid exe ( < s . s . smoking and decwased cooki _ , g powo : Do not remove the halogen lamp gla _ ss covers . To clean the upper and lower lamp covers : Mlow tile oven rack ( turntable ) and glass covers to cool Lower kalogen lamp cover complemly . Remove the oven rack ( with turntable _ z'moved ) ( turntable ) and wipe clean with a warm soapy cloth or plastic scrubbie . Replace the oven rack ( turntable ) . For hea _ y burned on soil , a cleaning scraper may be used to clean tile halog > n lamp covers . _ ¥ earing an oven mitt , hold the cleaning scraper at a 30 ° angle . Scrape the glass clean and wipe up excess soil . For heavy or burned on . wil 34
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( ; are and ( ; leaning Advat _ tium Ovet _ Bot _ m How to clean We recommend against using cleaners with ammonia o1 " alcohol , as the outside Clean off the grease and dust on the they can damage the appearance of the bottom often . Use a solution of warm microwave oven . If you ehoose to use a water and detergent . common household cleaner , first apply Vent Grill the cleaner directly to a clean cloth , then wipe the soiled area . Use warm soapy water and a Case dishcloth to wipe off the grill . Use cottoJrl swabs to get in Clean the outside with a sudsv cloth . between the grill louvers . Rinse and then d W . Wipe the window Door Seal clean with a damp cloth . Glass Control Panel and Door It's important to keep the area clean where the door seals ( on some models ) against the oven . Use only mild , Wipe with a clean damp sponge . non - abrasive deterg > nts applied D W thoroughly . Do not use cleaning with a clean sponge or soft cloth . sprays , large amounts of soap and Rinse well water , abrasives or sharp objects on the panel - - they can damag > it . Stainless Steel Con # ' ol Panel and Door ( on some models ) Do _ ot u . s _ a sled wool Dad ; it will . _ ( lYmh tlu smja ( _ . Clean with hot soapy water . Rinse and d U . To clean the stainless steel surface , use warm sudsy water or a stainless steel cleaner or polish . Always wipe the surface in the direction of the grain . Follow the cleaner instructions for cleaning the stainless steel S / lI'f _ tce . To inquire about purchasing stainless steel appliance cleaner or polish , or to find the location of a dealer nearest you , please call our tol ] - flee number , 800.626.2002 or visit ge . conl . The xent fan has 2 metal reusable The vent xent filters . Charcoal Filter ( or _ _ ome modds ) fan Models that recirculate air back into 9 the room also use a charcoal fiher . I Reusable Vent Fihers ( o _ all models ) 3 " • D
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Care and Cleaning , 4 ( Ivantium Oven I . To replace the cooktop light / Co & t @ light / night light , first disconnect the night light power at the main fllse or circuit breaker panel . Remo _ e the screws from the . side of the light compartment co _ er and lower the co _ er until it stops . . Be sure the bulb ( s ) to be replaced are cool be % re remoxing . Break the adhesive seal by ' gently unscrewing the bulb ( s ) . I ¢ @ lace with 1201 _ 40 - watt O _ ax . ) incand _ < s _ _ t bulb . s . Otd _ ' r 11 / 1 _ 02X4253 . ! } rm _ your GE . supldie _ : Hig'h - int _ ' n . sil _ , 40 - watt bull , . _ ( 40SI LV / I ) , availab > in sup _ , rmad _ et _ and hardware , . _ to'r _ < _ m , cO , also be u . , d . / br _ / dacement . _ . 4 . Raise the light coxer and replace the screws . Connect electrical power to the oxen . For this reason , the filters must The metal filmrs trap grease released Pu ? usable vent by foods on the cooktop . They also always be in place when the hood filters is used . The xent fihers should be prevent flames flom foods on the cleaned once a month , or as needed . cooktop flom damaging the inside of the oven . To remove , slide them to the side To replace , slide the fihers into Pu ? moving and the frame slots on the side of each using the tabs . Pull down and out . cleaning the opening . Press up and to the side To clean the vent filters , soak them . filters to lock into place . and then swish around in hot water and detergent . Don't use ammonia or ammonia products because they will darken the metal . Light brushing can be used to remove embedded dirt . Rinse , shake and let d _ y before replacing . 36
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Care and Cleaning , 4dvantil _ m Oven The charcoal filter should be 77 _ e ehareoal f ! ller cannot be ( : leaned . II ran . st fie _ J ) la ( ed . Order Pa'rI No . replaced when it is noticeably dirw or WBO2X9883 , f ! r ) m your GE . s , q ) plie , : discolored ( usually after 6 - 19 months , depending on usage ) . If the model is not xented to the outside , the air will be recirculated through a disposable charcoal filter that helps remoxe smoke and odors . To remoxe the charcoal filter , first 7b remove the disconnect power at the main fuse . charcoal filter Remoxe the top grille by removing the 2 screws that hold it in place . You may _ eed to operz th _ eabirzet doo _ : _ Slide the filter towards the front of the oxen and remoxe it . ICfmove 2 grill ( screws to _ z _ movethe grille . 7b install the To install a new filter , remoxe plastic and other outer wrapping flom the charcoal filter new filter . Insert the filter into the top opening of the oven as shown . It will rest at an angle on 9 side support tabs and in fiont of the right rear tab . Replace the grille and 9 screws . Reconnect power at the main fllse . Available at _ xtra eosl , f ! rmz your Gtg . sulq ) lie _ : Optional kits kTller Panel Kits " kTlter Kits " ) • ) * • , _ 40WH DTlite • , / X8 lAmlCf'ch _ : ulating Cha ' _ : oal Fillg'rKit • , / X4 l - - Black Fiher kits are When replacing a 36 " range hood , used when filler panel kits fill in the additional the oxen width to proxide a custom built - in cannot be appearance . xented to For installation between cabinets the outside . only ; not for end - of - cabinet Ax ailable at installation . Each kit contains extra cost two 3 " wide fillet panels . fiom your GE , 1X40 , , / ) ( 41 supplier or see " Consumer Support " on the back coxer . 37
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Troubleshooting , 4dva _ tium Ove _ Questions ? Problem Possible Causes What To Do / Explanation Use this LIGHTS prob # m There is no oven This is normal . The * Press MICRO _ \ ) kVE / OVEN SO [ _ / gT light on during glass is too dark for LIGHT button to light the oven microwave cooking a microwave light , fbr several seconds . Light during a This is normal . , This is normal . The o _ en senses the speedcook cycle Power level has been heat level and adjusts automatically . dims and cycles on automatically reduced and off , even at full because the oven is hot . power levels Light visible around This is normal . , When the oxen is on , light mayd the door and outer be xisible around the door an case while outer case . speedcooking bAN Fan continues to run The oven is cooling . * The fan will automatically shut off after cooking stops when the internal parts of the oven haxe cooled . Oven vent emits warm This is normal . air while oven is on Fan comes on This is normal . * If the cooktop gets too hot , the vent automatically when fan comes on . oven not in use Fan comes on This is normal . * If the mkrowave is used after automatically when speedcook and the o _ en senses using the microwave that it is too hot , the vent fan comes on to cool the oven . COOKING The oven makes Clicks and fans blowing * These sounds are normal . unusual sounds are normal . The relay while cooking board is turning the components on and off . Smoke comes out Food is high in fat , Smoke is normal when cooking high - of the oven when content . Aerosol spray fat foods . Use xegetable oil or olixe I open the door used on the pans . oil on the meat itself instead of coating the entire pan . Food is not fully Programmed times * Increase or decrease time for cooked or browned may not match the size doneness or adjust the upper or at the end of a or _ tmouIlt of fbod you lower lamps for browning ; change cooMng program are cooking , the microwave power fbr doneness . There may be grease * Clean the light co _ ers with a scraper . build - up on the glass co _ ers . 38
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Troubleshooting Advantium Oven Questions ? Problem Possible Causes What To Do / Explanation Use this DISPLAY prob # m The display is blank The clock display has * Check the ( ) PTIONS menu for clock SO [ _ ) eY been turned oft _ display settings . Tmn the display on . " CONTROL IS The control has * Press and hold CLEAR / OFF for about LOCKED'appears been locked . 3 seconds to m _ lock the control . in display Clock is not set . " Set the clock . Control display is lighted yet oven Door not securely closed . " Open the door and close securely . will not start START / PAUSE buuon * Press START / PAUSE . not pressed after enmring cooking selection . Another selection already * Press CLEAR / OFE entered in oven and CLEAR / OFF button not pressed to cancel it . Size , quantity , or cooking * Make sure you have entered cooking time not entered after time after selecting . selecting VE ( ; F , 7ABLES ( FI _ ¢ SH , FI _ OZEN , CAN _ 7 ? I ) ) , BA C ( ) _ DEFI ¢ OST ( TIME ) or TIME COOK _ CLEAR / OFF was pressed * Reset cooking program and press acciden tally . START / PAUSE . Food weight not entered * Make sure you have entered food after selecting weight after selecting DEFROST DEFROST ( AUTO ) . ( AUTO ) . OTHER PROBLEMS The door and inside The heat lamps * This is normal . of the oven feels hot produce intense heat " Use oxen mitts to remove food when in a sinall space , when ready . Floor of the oven is The cooktop light is * This is normal . warm , even when located below the oven the oven has not floor . When the light been used is on , the heat it produces may make the oven floor get warm . Oven will not start A fuse in your home * Replace fllse or reset circuit breaker . may be bl _ ) wn or the circuit breaker tripped . Power surge . * Unplug the oven , then plug it back in . Plug not flfllv inserted * Make sure the plug on the oxen is into wall outlet . flflly inserted into wall outlet . 39
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Consumer Product Ownership Registration Deal Customer : Thank you for purchasing our product and thank you for placing your confidence in us . V _ : eare proud to ha _ e you as a customer ! Follow these three steps to protect your new appliance investment : Complete and mail Read vom - Owner's After mailing tile your Consumer Manual carefidl ' , ; registration below , Product Ownership store this doctnnent It will help you Registration today . in a safb place . It operate VOIlI " lleW Ilave the peace ot contains intormation appliance properl ? ; mind of knowing we you will need should Call COlltact VOI / ill you require service . th ( unlik ( lv ( vent of a Our service numl ) er is satbty modification . 800 GE CARES ( 8t ) 0.432.2737 ) . Model Number Serial Number 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 ge . com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ , , , _ Cut here Consumer Product Ownership Registration Model Number Serial Number , I M1 : Ms . Mrs . Miss Name I I I I I I I I I Nam ( I I I I I I I I I I I I Address I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ap , . _ i , , , , , , , i E - lll _ lil2 _ xddl ( ! sq Zip Date 1 ) 1ic ( d Nulnl × _ r I , I I I I I _ , _ o . , h I - I I - I Occasionall } ; we may allow selected companies to send vou infi ) rmation . Check here if you do not want this inlbrmation . GEConsumer & Industrial Appliances FAIL [ RE TO COMPlA _ TE AND RE'F [ RN TIIIS CARD DOES NOT DIMINISII h _ ) [ R General Electric Company _ , \ ( \ RRAN'IS " RI ( ; IITS . 0 Louisville , KY40225 For more intbnnation al _ out GEA's pri _ acy and data usage policy , go to ge . com and ( : lick on ge . c0m ' Prixacy Policy " or call 800.626.2224 . 42
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Advantitlm Oven Warranty Advantium Ov _ n All wa _ anty service provided by our Facto U Se , wice Cente , : s , Staple your _ ceiDt he * _ . or an authorized Customer Care ® # chnician . To schedu # P _ vof of the original service , online , 24 h0m _ s - a day , contact us at ge . corn , or call puwhase date is eneededr 800 . ( _ E . CARES ( 800.432.2 / _ / ) . [ lease have serial and to obtain se , wiee und model numbers availab # when callin _ j _ r service . the wa , _ ' anty . For The Period Of : GE Will Replace : One Year Any part of the oven which thils due to a detbct in materials or From the dale ( j the workmanship . During this limiled one - year warrant ) , , GE will also or _ 4nal pu * _ hase provide , free of charge , all labor and related service costs to replace the detbctive part . Five Years The magneCron tube , if the magnetron tube fidls due to a kk _ nnthe dale q / ' the detect in materials or workmanship . Dtuing this five - year limiled o * iginalpur ( hase warrant ) , you will be responsible for any labor or in - home service costs . What GE Will Not Cover : [ ] Service trips to your home to teach you how [ ] Replacement of house fuses or resetting to use the product , of circuit breakers . [ ] Improper installation , delivery or [ ] Replacement of the cooktop light bulbs , maintenance . [ ] Damage to the product caused by accident , [ ] Product not accessible to provide required fire , floods or acts of God . service , [ ] Incidental or consequential damage caused [ ] Failure of the product or damage to by possible defects with this appliance . the product if it is abused , misused ( for [ ] Damage caused after delivery . example , cavity arcing from wire rack or metal / foil ) , or used for other than the intended purpose or used commerciaJly . EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repair as provided in this Limited Warranty . Any implied warranties , including the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose , are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law . 77fis warranl _ , is exte _ M _ , d to lhe original pu ' _ rha . so and a , O , . succeeding ownojbr products purctmsedji _ r home use within the { ZS'A . 1 / the product is bcat _ , d in an area who _ , sovice by a ( ; E Authorized , S'ervig ( _ ris not availab & you may be r ( < _ pon . dblc / m " a o'ip cha ' _ g _ " or you m ( O , be _ Z'glui ' _ ' d lo b _ Jng the p _ r ) duct to an Authorized ( ; E Service Locution . / br . service . lrl Alaska , the warranly < , xclurl _ < tshe . service cal £ lo your home . Some . stat _ < _ do not allow the exclusion or limitation qf incidental or consrquential damag ( < _ . This warranly Uw < _ you . specific b , g _ d rigl _ ls , and you may a £ o have other right . _ which vary . f ! om . state lo . state . 7b know what your b , gal rights a ' _ z5consult your local or state consumer q [ [ hir _ q [ fic _ , or your state's Atlorn O , Gt , neral . Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225
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Consumer Support GE Appliances Web site g & cam Have a question or need assistance with your appliance ? Try the GE Appliances Web site 24 hom _ a day , any day ( ff the yeas " . For greater convenience and fi ( ster service , yard can now download ( - ) wner's Manuals , order pa _ s , catalogs , or even schedule service on - line . _ m can also ' % sk Ore " Team ( ff EN ) erts - " your qHestiolls , alld so I / / Hch I / lore _ . Schedule Service ge . cam Expert GE repair service is onl ? one step awa ? h'om your dora : Get on - line and schedule _ our service at _ om " comenience 24 hom _ an _ da _ at the _ ear ! O _ call 800 £ ; E . ( : ARES 800.432.2737 ) during mmnal btssiness hoists . Real Life Desl gn Studio ge . com GE suppoi _ s the Llnix el _ al Design concept - - products , services , and environlllents that can be Hsed b x , people of all ages , sizes , and capabilities . We recognize the need to design fiw a wide range of physical and mental abilities and impaim _ ents . For details of GE's [ ) nive _ al Design applications , including ldtchen design ideas fbr people with disabilities , check ( ) sit our _ , _ ' eb site toda > For the hearing impaired , please call 800 . TDD.GEAC ( 800.833.4322 ) . Extended Warranties ge . com Pro'chase a ( ; E extended _ < m _ mt \ and learn about special discs _ tmts that are mailable while } our warrant } is still in effect . You can pmchase it on - line an ) time or call 800.626.2224 during natural business hom _ . ( ; E ( ] onsumer Home Ser ; Jces will still be there atter ) our warrant } expires . Parts and Accessories g & corn Individuals qualified to service their own appliances can have parts or access ( sties sent direct . Iv to their homes ( VISA , MasteK ard , and Discover cards are accepted ) . Order on - line today , 24 hom _ e \ ery day , or by phone at 800.696.2002 dining natural business hom _ . Instructions contained in thN manual cover procedures to be performed by any user . Other servicing generally should be referred to qualified service personnel . Caution must he exercised , since impreper servicing may cause unsafe operation . Contact Us ge . com If you are not satisfied with the ses _ ' ice you receive fl'om ( ; E , contact us on our Web site with all the details , including your phone numbes ; or write to : General Managel ; Customer Relations GE Appliances , Al ) pliance Park Ix ) uisville , KY 40225 Register Your Appliance gg . corn Register your ne _ applianre on - line - - at _ our cam enieme ! Timel ) product registration will allo _ fiw enhanced commmfiration and prompt servire under the temps of xour warranty , should the need arise . YOu ma } also mail in the preprinted registration card included in the l ) acldn ° _ material . Prb _ ted i ) _ Korea
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