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IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 1 Operating Instructions Microwave Oven Models : NN - P794 / SN747 / SN757 / SN797 / SN789 / T945 / SN947 / SN957 / SN977 Safety Information Operation Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside cover Microwave Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . 1 - 3 Timer Feature ( Kitchen Timer / Stand Installation and Grounding Time / Delay Start ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 4 Microwave Shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 - 21 Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 6 Food Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Cooking Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 - 23 Operation Quick Guide to Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Maintenance Starting to Use Your Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Setting the Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Care and Cleaning of Your Microwave Function Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 - 11 Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Selecting Power & Cook Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Accessory Purchases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Quick Min Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Before Requesting Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Keep Warm Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Limited Warranty & Customer Service Popcorn Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 More / Less Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Beverages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 General Information Inverter Turbo Defrost Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Defrosting Tips & Techniques . . . . . . . . . 14 - 15 Cookware Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Sensor Reheat Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Oven Components Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Sensor Cook Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Sensor Cook Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Userâs Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE oOVEN . . Para instrucciones en espaÃ±ol , voltee el libr For assistance , please call : 1 - 800 - 211 - PANA ( 7262 ) contact us via the web at : http : / / www.panasonic.com / contactinfo ( U.S.A and Puerto Rico ) F00038N52AP iPress1008 - 2 Printed in China
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 2 Microwave Oven Safety Your safety and the safety of others are very important . We have provided important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance . Always read and obey all safety messages . This is the safety alert symbol . It is used to alert you to poten - tial hazards that can kill or hurt you and others . All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word â DANGER â , â WARNING â or â CAUTION â . These words mean : You can be killed or seriously injured if DANGER you donât immediately follow instructions . You can be killed or seriously injured if WARNING you donât follow instructions . CAUTION indicates a potentially haz - ardous situation which , if not avoided , CAUTION may result in minor or moderate injury . All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is , tell you how to reduce the chance of injury , and tell you what can happen if the instructions are not followed . PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY ( a ) Do not attempt to operate this oven with the door open since open - door operation can result in harmful exposure to microwave energy . It is impor - tant not to defeat or tamper with the safety interlocks . ( b ) Do not place any object between the oven front face and the door or allow soil or cleaner residue to accumulate on sealing surfaces . ( c ) Do not operate the oven if it is damaged . It is particularly important that the oven door close properly and that there is no damage to the : ( 1 ) door ( bent ) , ( 2 ) hinges and latches ( broken or loosened ) , ( 3 ) door seals and sealing surfaces . ( d ) The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified service personnel . Â© Panasonic Home Appliances Microwave Oven ( Shanghai ) Co . , Ltd . 2008 .
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 3 Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic Microwave Oven . Your microwave oven is a cooking appliance and you should use as much caretric as you use with a stove or any other cooking appliance . When using this elecng : appliance , basic safety precautions should be followed , including the followi IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING â To reduce the risk of burns , electricenergy : shock , fire , injury to persons , or exposure to excessive microwave 1 . Read all instructions before using this Tappliance.O 2 . Read and follow the specific â PRECAUTIONS AVOID POSSIBLE EXPO - SURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY , â found on the inside front cover.appliance 3 . This must be grounded . Connect only to a properly grounded outlet . See â GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS â found on page n4 . attended 4 . As with any cooking appliance , DO NOT leave oven u while in use . - 5 . Install or locate this appliance only in accordance with the installation instruc tions found on page 3 . ck 6 . DO NOT cover or blo any openings on this happliance.is 7 . DO NOT store this appliance outdoors . DO NOT use t product near owater â ol for example , near a kitchen sink , in a wet basement , or near a swimming p or similar locations . 8 . Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in this manual . DOnce . NOT use corrosive chemicals , vapors , or non - food products in this applia This type of oven is specifically designed to heat , or cook food . It is anotls designed for industrial or laboratory use . The use of corrosive chemic nin heating or cleaning will damage the appliance and may result in radiatio leaks.n 9 . Whe cleaning surfaces of the door and oven that come together on closing the door , use only mild , non - abrasive soaps or detergents applied with a sponge or soft dcloth.ren 10 . DO NOT allow chil to use this appliance , unless closely supervised by anl adult . DO NOT assume that because a child has mastered one cooking skil he / she can cook everything.ance 11 . DO NOT operate this appli if it has a damaged cord or plug , if it is not working properly , or if it has been damaged or dropped . 12 . DO NOT immerse cord or plug in water . 13 . Keep cord away from heated surfaces . 14 . DO NOT let cord hang over edge of a table or counter.rvice 15 . This appliance should be serviced only by qualified se personnel . Contact the nearest authorized service center for examination , repair or adjustment.les 16 . Some products such as whole eggs with or without shell , narrow neck dbott and sealed containers â for example , closed glass jars â may explode an should not be heated in this voven.en 17 . To reduce the risk of fire in the o cavity : ( a ) Do not overcook food . Carefully attend appliance when paper , plastic , koring . other combustible materials are placed inside the oven to facilitate cooin ( b ) Remove wire twist - ties from paper or plastic bags before placing bag oven.aterial ( c ) If m inside the oven ignites , keep oven door closed , turn ovenor off , and disconnect the power cord , or shut off power at the fuse circuit breaker panel.ty ( d ) DO NOT use the cavi for storage purposes . DO NOT leave paperse . products , cooking utensils or food in the cavity when not in u 1
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 4 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ( continued ) 18 . Liquids , such as water , coffee , or tea are able to be overheated beyond the boiling point without appearing to be boiling . Visible bubbling when the con - tainer is removed from the microwave oven is not always present . THIS COULD RESULT IN VERY HOT LIQUIDS SUDDENLY BOILING OVER WHEN THE CONTAINER IS DISTURBED OR A UTENSIL IS INSERTED INTO THE LIQUID . To reduce the risk of injury to persons : ( a ) STIR THE LIQUID BOTH BEFORE AND HALFWAY THROUGH HEATING IT . ( b ) Do not heat water and oil , or fats together . The film of oil will trap steam , and may cause a violent eruption . ( c ) Do not use straight - sided containers with narrow necks . ( d ) After heating , allow the container to stand in the microwave oven for a short time before removing the container . 19 . DO NOT cook directly on the turntable . It can crack , cause injury or damage to the oven . WARNING TO AVOID THE RISK OF SHOCK : DO NOT remove outer panel from oven . Repairs must be done only by a qualified serv - ice person . TO REDUCE THE RISK OF EXPOSURE TO MICROWAVE ENERGY : DO NOT tamper with , or make any adjustments or repairs to Door , Control Panel Frame , Safety Interlock Switches , or any other part of oven , microwave leakage may result . TO AVOID THE RISK OF FIRE : 1 . DO NOT operate the oven empty . The microwave energy will reflect continuously throughout the oven causing overheating and damage , if food or water is not present to absorb energy . 2 . DO NOT store flammable materials next to , on top of , or in the oven . 3 . DO NOT dry clothes , newspapers or other materials in the oven , or use newspaper or paper bags for cooking . 4 . DO NOT hit or strike Control Panel . Damage to controls may occur . 5 . DO NOT use recycled paper products unless the paper product is labeled as safe for microwave oven use . Recycled paper products may contain impurities which may cause sparking . TO AVOID THE RISK OF SCALDING : POT HOLDERS should always be used when removing items from the oven . Heat is transferred from the HOT food to the cooking container and from the container to the Glass Tray . The Glass Tray can also be very HOT after removing the cooking container from the oven . SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS For proper use of your oven read remaining safety cautions and operating instructions . 2
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 5 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ( continued ) Glass Tray 1 . DO NOT operate the oven without the Roller Ring and the Glass Tray in place . 2 . DO NOT operate the oven without the Glass Tray fully engaged on the drive hub . Improper cooking or damage to the oven could result . Verify that the Glass Tray is properly engaged and rotating by observing its rotation when you press Start . Note : The Glass Tray can turn in either direction . 3 . Use only the Glass Tray specifically designed for this oven . DO NOT substi - tute any other glass tray . 4 . If the Glass Tray is hot , allow to cool before cleaning or placing in water . 5 . DO NOT cook directly on the Glass Tray . Always place food in a microwave safe dish , or on a rack set in a microwave safe dish . 6 . If food or utensil on the Glass Tray touches oven walls , causing the tray to stop moving , the tray will automatically rotate in the opposite direction . Roller Ring 1 . The Roller Ring and oven floor should be cleaned frequently to prevent excessive noise . 2 . Always replace the Roller Ring and the Glass Tray in their proper positions . 3 . The Roller Ring must always be used for cooking along with the Glass Tray . INSTALLATION CANDTIONS GROUNDING INSTRU Examine Your Oven Unpack oven , remove all packing material and examine the oven for any dam - age such as dents , broken door latches or cracks in the door . Notify dealer immediately if oven is damaged . DO NOT install if oven is damaged . Placement of Oven 1 . The oven must be placed on a flat , stable surface . Place the front surface of the door three inches or more from the counter top edge to avoid accidental tipping of the microwave oven during normal use . For proper operation , the oven must have sufficient air flow . Allow 3 - inches ( 7.6 cm ) of space on both sides of the oven and 1 - inch ( 2.5 cm ) of space on top of the oven . ( a ) DO NOT block air vents . If they are blocked during operation , the oven may be overheated and damaged . ( b ) DO NOT place oven near a hot , damp surface such as a gas or electric range , or dishwasher . ( c ) DO NOT operate oven when room humidity is excessive . 2 . This oven is manufactured for household use only . It is not approved or tested for mobile vehicle , marine , or commercial use . Installation 1 . DO NOT block air vents . If they are blocked during operation , the oven may overheat . If the oven overheats , a thermal safety device will turn the oven off . The oven will remain inoperable until it has cooled . 2 . If the oven is designed for installation into a wall cabinet by using the proper trim kit available from a local Panasonic dealer . Follow all instruction packed with the kit . 3
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 6 INSTALLATION AND GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS ( continued ) WARNING â IMPROPER USE OF THE GROUNDING PLUG CAN RESULT IN A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK . Consult a qualified electrician or service person if the grounding instructions are not com - pletely understood , or if doubt exists as to whether the appliance is properly grounded . If it is necessary to use an extension cord , use only a three wire extension cord that has a three prong polarized grounding plug , and a three slot receptacle that will accept the plug on the appliance . The marked rating of the extension cord should be equal to or greater than the electrical rating of the appliance . Grounding Instructions THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE GROUNDED . In the event of an electrical short circuit , grounding reduces the risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current . This appliance is equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with a grounding plug . The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed and grounded . â¢ Plug into properly installed and grounded 3 prong outlet . â¢ DO NOT remove ground prong . â¢ DO NOT use an adapter . Power Supply 1 . A short power - supply cord is provided to reduce the risks resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord . 2 . Longer cord sets or extension cords are available and may be used if care is exercised in their use . Do not let cord hang over edge of a table or counter . 3 . If a long cord or extension cord is used , ( 1 ) the marked electrical rating of the cord set or extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance , ( 2 ) the extension cord must be a grounding - type 3 - wire cord , and ( 3 ) the longer cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the counter top or table - top where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over accidentally . Wiring Requirements The oven must be operated on a SEPARATE CIRCUIT . No other appliance should share the circuit with the microwave oven . If it does , the branch circuit fuse may blow or the cir - cuit breaker may trip . The oven must be plugged into at least a 20 AMP , 120 VOLT , 60 Hz GROUNDED OUTLET . Where a standard two - prong outlet is encountered , it is the personal responsibility and obligation of the consumer to have it replaced with a properly grounded three - prong outlet . The VOLTAGE used must be the same as specified on this microwave oven ( 120 V , 60 Hz ) . Using a higher voltage is dangerous and may result in a fire or oven damage . Using a lower voltage will cause slow cooking . Panasonic is NOT responsible for any damages resulting from the use of the oven with any voltage other than specified . TV / Radio Interference 1 . Operation of the microwave oven may cause interference to your radio , TV or similar equipment . 2 . When there is interference , it may be reduced or eliminated by taking the following measures : ( a ) Place the radio , TV , etc . away from the microwave oven as far as possible . ( b ) Use a properly installed antenna to obtain stronger signal reception . ( c ) Clean door and sealing surfaces of the oven . ( See Care and Cleaning of Your Microwave Oven ) 4
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 7 Safety Precautions Follow These Safety Precautions When Cooking in Your Oven . ANT IMPORT Proper cooking depends upon the power , the time setting and quantity of food . If you use a smaller portion than recommended but cook at the time for the recommended portion , fire could result . 1 ) HOME CANNING / STERILIZING / DRYING FOODS / SMALL QUANTITIES OF FOODS â¢ DO NOT use your oven for home canning . Your oven cannot maintain the food at the proper canning temperature . The food may be contaminated and then spoil . â¢ DO NOT use the microwave oven to sterilize objects ( baby bottles , etc . ) . It is difficult to keep the oven at the high temperature needed for sterilization . â¢ DO NOT dry meats , herbs , fruits or vegetables in your oven . Small quantities of food or foods with low moisture content can dry out , scorch or catch on fire if overheated . 2 ) POPCORN Popcorn may be popped in a microwave oven corn popper . Microwave pop - corn which pops in its own package is also available . Follow popcorn manu - facturers â directions and use a brand suitable for the cooking power of your microwave oven . CAUTION : When using pre - packaged microwave popcorn , you can follow recommended package instructions or use the popcorn pad ( refer to page 13 ) . Otherwise , the popcorn may not pop adequately or may ignite and cause a fire . Never leave oven unattended when popping popcorn . Allow the popcorn bag to cool before opening , always open the bag facing away from your face and body to prevent steam burns . 3 ) DEEP FAT FRYING â¢ DO NOT deep fat fry in your microwave oven . Cooking oils may burst into flames and may cause damage to the oven and perhaps result in burns . Microwave utensils may not withstand the temperature of the hot oil , and can shatter or melt . 4 ) FOODS WITH NONPOROUS SKINS â¢ DO NOT COOK / REHEAT WHOLE EGGS , WITH OR WITHOUT THE SHELL . Steam buildup in whole eggs may cause them to explode , and possibly damage the oven or cause injury . Reheating SLICED hard - boiled eggs and cooking SCRAMBLED eggs is safe . â¢ Potatoes , apples , whole squash and sausages are examples of foods with non - porous skins . These types of foods must be pierced before microwave cooking to prevent them from exploding . CAUTION : Cooking dry or old potatoes can cause fire . 5
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 8 Safety Precautions ( continued ) 5 ) GLASS TRAY / COOKING CONTAINERS / FOIL â¢ Cooking containers get hot during microwaving . Heat is transferred from the HOT food to the container and the Glass Tray . Use pot holders when removing containers from the oven or when removing lids or plastic wrap covers from cooking containers , to avoid burns . â¢ The Glass Tray will get hot during cooking . It should be allowed to cool before handling or before paper products , such as paper plates or microwave popcorn bags , are placed in the oven for microwave cooking . â¢ When using foil in the oven , allow at least 1 - inch ( 2.5 cm ) of space between foil and interior oven walls or door . â¢ Dishes with metallic trim should not be used , as arcing may occur . 6 ) PAPER TOWELS / CLOTHS â¢ DO NOT use paper towels or cloths which contain a synthetic fiber woven into them . The synthetic fiber may cause the towel to ignite . Use paper toweling under supervision . 7 ) BROWNING DISHES / OVEN COOKING BAGS â¢ Browning dishes or grills are designed for microwave cooking only . Always fol - low instructions provided by the manufacturer . DO NOT preheat browning dish more than 6 minutes . â¢ If an oven cooking bag is used for microwave cooking , prepare according to package directions . DO NOT use a wire twist - tie to close bag , instead use plastic ties , cotton string or a strip cut from the open end of the bag . 8 ) THERMOMETERS â¢ DO NOT use a conventional meat thermometer in your oven . Arcing may occur . Microwave safe thermometers are available for both meat and candy . 9 ) BABY FORMULA / BABY FOOD â¢ DO NOT heat baby formula or baby food in the microwave oven . The glass jar or surface of the food may appear warm while the interior can be so hot as to burn the infantâs mouth and esophagus . 10 ) REHEATING PASTRY PRODUCTS â¢ When reheating pastry products , check temperatures of any fillings before eat - ing . Some foods have fillings which heat faster and can be extremely hot , while the surface remains warm to the touch ( ex . Jelly Donuts ) . 11 ) GENERAL OVEN USAGE GUIDELINES â¢ DO NOT use the oven for any purpose other than the preparation of food . 6
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 9 Cookware Guide ITEM MICROWAVE COMMENTS Yes for Small strips of foil can be molded around thin parts of Aluminum Foil Shielding meat or poultry to prevent overcooking . Arcing can occur only if foil is too close to oven wall or door and damage to your oven will result . Browning dishes are designed for microwave cooking Browning Dish Yes only . Check browning dish information for instructions and heating chart . Do not preheat for more than 6 minutes . Brown paper bags No May cause a fire in the oven . Dinnerware : Check manufacturers ' use and care directions for use in Labeled Yes microwave heating . Some dinnerware may state on the â Microwave Safe â back of the dish , â Oven - Microwave Safe â . Unlabeled Dinnerware ? Use CONTAINER TEST below . Disposable polyester Yes Some frozen foods are packaged in these dishes . Can be Paperboard Dishes purchased in grocery stores . Fast Food Carton No Metal handle may cause arcing . with Metal Handle Frozen Dinner Tray No Metal can cause arcing and damage to your oven . Metal Frozen Dinner Tray Yes Heat only 1 tray in the oven at one time . Microwave safe Most glass jars are not heat resistant . Do not use for Glass Jars No cooking or reheating . Heat Resistant Oven Ideal for microwave cooking and browning . Yes Glassware & Ceramics ( See CONTAINER TEST below ) Metal Bakeware Not recommended for use in microwave ovens . Metal can No cause arcing and damage to your oven . Metal Twist - Ties No May cause arcing which could cause a fire in the oven . Follow manufacturers ' directions . Close bag with the nylon tie provided , a strip cut from the end of the bag , or a piece Oven Cooking Bag Yes of cotton string . Do not close with metal twist - tie . Make six 1 / 2 - inch ( 1 cm ) slits near the closure . Use to warm cooked foods , and to cook foods that require Paper Plates & Cups Yes short cooking times such as hot dogs . Use to warm rolls and sandwiches , only if labeled safe for Paper Towels & Napkins Yes microwave use . Recycled Paper Towels Recycled paper products may contain impurities which may No & Napkins cause sparks . Parchment Paper Use as a cover to prevent spattering . Safe for use in Yes microwave , microwave / convection and conventional ovens . Plastic : Should be labeled , " Suitable for Microwave Heating . " Check Microwave Safe Yes , manufacturers â directions for recommended uses . Cookware use caution Some microwave safe plastic containers are not suitable for cooking foods with high fat or sugar content . The heat from hot food may cause the plastic to warp . Plastic , Melamine No This material absorbs microwave energy . Dishes get HOT ! Yes , Plastic foam will melt if foods reach a high temperature . Use Plastic Foam Cups use caution to reheat foods to a low serving temperature only . Use to cover food during cooking to retain moisture and Plastic Wrap Yes prevent spattering . Should be labeled â Suitable for Microwave Heating â . Check package directions . Use only for short term reheating and to bring food to a low Yes , Straw , Wicker , Wood serving temperature . Wood may dry out & split or crack use caution when used . Thermometers - Use only microwave safe meat and candy thermometers . Yes Microwave safe Thermometers - Not suitable for use in microwave oven , will cause sparks No Conventional and get hot . Wax paper Yes Use as a cover to prevent spattering and to retain moisture . CONTAINER TEST TO TEST A CONTAINER FOR SAFE MICROWAVE OVEN USE : Fill a microwave safe cup with cool water and place it in the microwave oven alongside the empty container to be tested ; heat one ( 1 ) minute at P10 ( HIGH ) . If the container is microwave oven safe ( transparent to microwave energy ) , the empty container should remain comfortably cool and the water should be hot . If the container is hot , it has absorbed some microwave energy and should NOT be used . This test cannot be used for plastic containers . 7
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 10 Oven Components Diagram j d h m f k a b e i d g l c a h External Air Vent Glass Tray b i Internal Air Vent Roller Ring c j Door Safety Lock System Heat / Vapor Barrier Film ( do not remove ) d Exhaust Air Vent k e Waveguide Cover ( do not remove ) Control Panel l f Door Release Button Identification Plate ( Alternate location ) m Warning Label g Identification Plate ( Alternate location ) 8
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 11 Control Panel NN - SN797 * The control panel of NN - P794 / SN747 / SN757 / SN789 / T945 / SN947 / SN957 / SN977 has the same key layout as NN - SN797 . Display Window Step by steps instruction oscrolln . Power Level for easy operati Power Level Pad Sensor Reheat Pad ( â page 12 ) ( â page 16 ) Popcorn Pad3 ) ( â page 1 Number Pads Sensor Cook Pads ( â page 16 ) Timer Pad9 ) ( â page 1 Clock Pad0 ) More / Less Pad ( â page 1 ( â page 13 ) Inverter Turbo Quick Min Pad2 ) Defrost Pad ( â page 1 ( â page 14 ) Function Pad0 ) Beverages Pad ( â page 1 ( â page 13 ) Keep Warm Pad ( â page 12 ) Start Pad Stop / Reset Pad One tap allows oven to Before cooking : One rtapy.pnglsehew . begin functioning . If door is clears ememo opened or Stop / Reset Pad During cooking : On ctaieimto is pressed once during temporarily stops the cooknd oven operation , Start Pad process . Another tap can must be pressed again to all your instructions a ntnd restart oven . of day or colon appears i Display Wi Beep Sound : When a pad is pressed correctly , a beep will be heard . If a pad is pressed and no beep is heard , the unit did not or cannot accept the instruction . When operating , the oven will beep twice between programmed stages . At the end of any complete program , the oven will beep 5 times . Note : If an operation is set and start pad is not pressed , after 6 minutes , the oven will automatically cancel the operation . The display will revert back to clock or colon mode . 9
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 12 Starting to Use Function Features Your Oven This unique function of your PANASONIC microwave oven allows you to establish 1 . â¢ Plug into a properly the initial non - cooking features of your grounded electrical oven such as CHILD LOCK , WORD outlet . SPEED , LANGUAGE CHOICE ( ENG - LISH , FRENCH OR SPANISH ) , plus 2 . â WELCOME TO PANASONIC . . . â many more . See next page . message scrolls across display window . 1 . â¢ Press Function . At the end of the â WELCOME . . . â message , a colon appears in the display window . 2 . â¢ Press selection by to number pad ( see chart on next page ) . Press 3 . â¢ Press selection . to Setting the Clock Press Example : To set 11 : 25 a.m . or p.m . 4 . If other options are desired , repeat steps 1 - 3 for additional selections . 1 . â¢ Press Clock once . â¤ Colon flashes . 2 . â¢ Enter time of day using the number pads . â¤ Time appears in the display window ; colon continues flashing . 3 . â¢ Press Clock . â¤ Colon stops flash - ing ; time of day is entered . NOTES : 1 . To reset the clock , repeat step 1 - 3 . 2 . The clock will retain the time of day as long as the oven is plugged in and electricity is supplied . 3 . Clock is a 12 hour display . 4 . Oven will not operate while colon is flashing . 10
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 13 Function Features 1 LANGUAGE CHOICE The oven has a choice of English , French or Spanish display . The display appears in English when you plug - in . 1 ENGLISH â» Display appears in English . * 2 FRANCAIS â» Display appears in French . 3 ESPANOL â» Display appears in Spanish . LB / KG CHOICE 2 The oven has both imperial and metric weight measurements . The oven displays the weight in imperial when you plug it in . 1 LB â» Weight can be set in oz / lb , ( Imperial ) . * 2 KG â» Weight can be set in g / kg , ( Metric ) . 3 WORD SPEED The speed of word scrolling on the Display Window can be sped up or slowed down . 1 QUICK â» Words scroll quickly . 2 MEDIUM â» Scrolling speed returns to initial setting . * 3 SLOW â» Words scroll slowly . 4 MENU ACTION ON / OFF MENU ACTION SCREEN helps you to program your oven by prompting the next step to be taken . When you become familiar with your oven , the prompt can be turned off . 1 ON â» Prompting Guide will appear . * 2 OFF â» Prompting Guide will not appear . 5 CHILD LOCK ON / OFF The oven has a Child Safety Lock feature which prevents use by children . It does not lock the door . 1 ON â» Child Lock has been set and operation will not be accepted . 2 OFF â» Child Lock has been cancelled . * 6 BEEP ON / OFF If you wish to have the oven operate with no beep , it can be eliminated . 1 ON â» Beep sound will reactivate . * 2 OFF â» Beep sound will not be heard . 7 REMINDER BEEP ON / OFF A reminder beep works to remind you to remove the food from the oven after the completion of cooking . It will occur every 15 seconds . 1 ON â» Reminder beep will work . 2 OFF â» Reminder beep will not work . * 8 DAYLIGHT SAVING ON / OFF 1 ON â» Time of day will advance one hour . 2 OFF â» Time of day returns to original setting . * 9 CLOCK ON / OFF Clock display can be turned off . 1 ON â» Clock display will appear on the Display Window . * 2 OFF â» Clock display will not appear on the Display Window . Time of day will be stored in memory while the display is off . 0 DEMO MODE ON / OFF Demo mode is designed for retail store display . In this mode , the oven can be demonstrated with no power in the oven . 1 ON â» The oven is in Demo mode . 2 OFF â» The oven is not in Demo mode . * * DEFAULT MODE 11
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 14 Automatic features are provided for your Selecting Power convenience . If results are not suitable to your individual preference or if serving size is other than what is listed on page 17 , & Cook Time please refer to manual cooking . Example : To cook at P 6 ( MEDIUM ) power for 1 minute 30 seconds Quick Min Feature 1 . â¢ Press Power Level This feature allows you to set or add until the desired cooking time in 1 minute increments up to power level appears 10 minutes . in the display window . Press 5 times . To Set Cooking Time : 2 . â¢ Set Cooking Time using number pads . 1 . â¢ Press Quick Min until the desired cooking 3 . â¢ Press Start . time ( up to 10 min - â¤ Cooking will start . utes ) appears in the The time in the display window . display window will Power Level is pre - set count down . at P10 . 2 . Press Start . Power Level Press Cooking begins and the P10 ( HIGH ) once time will count down . P9 twice At the end of cooking , P8 3 times 5 beeps sound . P7 ( MEDIUM - HIGH ) 4 times NOTES : P6 ( MEDIUM ) 5 times 1 . If desired , you can use other power P5 6 times levels . Select desired power level P4 7 times before setting cooking time . P3 ( MEDIUM - LOW ) / DEFROST 8 times 2 . After setting the time by Quick Min P2 9 times Pad , you cannot use Number Pads . P1 ( LOW ) 10 times 3 . Quick Min Pad can be used to add NOTES : more time during manual cooking . 1 . For more than one stage cooking , repeat steps 1 and 2 for each stage of cooking before pressing Start Pad . The maxi - Keep Warm Feature mum number of stages for cooking is 5 . When operating , two beeps will sound This feature will keep food warm for up to between each stage . Five beeps will 30 minutes after cooking . sound at the end of the entire sequence . Example : To keep 2 cups of gravy warm 2 . When selecting P10 ( HIGH ) power for the first stage , you may begin at step 2 . 1 . â¢ Press Keep Warm . 3 . When selecting P10 ( HIGH ) power , the maximum programmable time is 30 min - utes . For other power levels , the maxi - 2 . â¢ Set warming time , up mum time is 99 minutes and 99 sec - to to 30 minutes . onds . 4 . For reheating , use P10 ( HIGH ) for liq - 3 . uids , P7 ( MEDIUM - HIGH ) for most foods â¢ Press Start . and P6 ( MEDIUM ) for dense foods . â¤ Keep Warm will 5 . For defrosting , use P3 ( MEDIUM - LOW ) . start . The time in the display window DO NOT OVER COOK . This oven requires will count down . less time to cook than an older unit . Over NOTE : cooking will cause food to dry out and may Keep Warm can be programmed as the cause a fire . A microwave ovenâs cooking final stage after cook time / s have been power tells you the amount of microwave manually entered . It cannot be used in power available for cooking . combination with sensor or auto features . 12
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 15 Popcorn Feature More / Less Feature For Popcorn:More / Less Example : To pop 3.5 oz . of popcorn By using the Pad , the programs can be adjusted to cook popcorn for a 1 . â¢ Press Popcorn until longer or shorter time if desired . the desired size appears in the display 1 tap = Adds Approx . 10 scsecs.s.secs . . 2 taps = Adds Approx . 20 . se window . 3 taps = Subtracts Approx 1020 Press Weight 4 taps = Subtracts Approx . sec once 3.5 oz ( 99 g ) 5 taps = original setting twice 3.0 oz ( 85 g ) Press More / Less pad before pressing Start . 3 times 1.75 oz ( 50 g ) For Sensor Reheat / Cook:ness 2 . ( see More / Less Preferences for food done vary with Feature . ) each individual . After having used othetimes , d Sensor Reheat / Cook feature a fewyour you may decide you would prefer fo Optional cooked to a different doneness . 3 . â¢ Press Start . 1 tap = More ( Adds Approx . 10 % time ) time ) â¤ After several 2 taps = Less ( Subtracts Approx . 10 % seconds , cooking 3 taps = original setting time appears in the Press More / Less pad before pressing Start . display window and begins to count Beverages down . NOTES ON POPCORN FEATURE : This feature allows you to reheat 1 cupem - er 1 . Pop one bag at a time . ( 250 ml ) or 2 cups ( 500 ml ) of room ptow 2 . Place bag in oven according to manu - perature beverages without setting and time . facturers â directions . 3 . Start with popcorn at room tempera - Example : To reheat 2 cups of beverage ture . 4 . Allow popped corn to sit unopened for 1 . â¢ Press Beverages untilf a few minutes . the desired number o 5 . Open bag carefully to prevent burns , servings appears inw . Press twice . because steam will escape . the display windo 6 . Do not reheat unpopped kernels or 2 . ( see More / Less reuse bag . Feature . ) NOTE : Optional If popcorn is of a different weight than list - â¢ Press Start.timetheow ed , follow instructions on popcorn pack - 3 . â¤ Cookingrs age . Never leave the oven unattended . appea winind If popping slows to 2 to 3 seconds display andown . between pops , stop oven . Overcooking begins to count d can cause fire . NOTE:e REMARKS : 1 . Us a microwave safe cup . When popping multiple bags one right 2 . Heated liquids can erupt if not mixed ywithve after the other , the cooking times may air . Do not heat liquids in your microwaa oven without stirring before and halfw vary slightly . This does not affect the pop - through heating.xercised corn results . 3 . Care must be e not to roverheate . liquids when using the Beverage pfeatultsstem - It is programmed to give proper ecresuumanr when heating 1 cup ( 250 ml ) or 2roo ( 500 ml ) of liquid , starting fromauseat perature . Overheating will , c increased risk of scalding or w erup - tion . Refer to page 2 , item 18 . 13
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 16 Inverter Turbo Defrost Feature This feature allows you to defrost foods such as : meat , poultry and seafood simply by entering the weight . Conversion Chart : Example : To defrost 1.5 pounds of meat Follow the chart to convert ounces or Place food on microwave safe dish . hundredths of a pound into tenths of a pound . To use Inverter Turbo Defrost , 1 . â¢ Press Inverter Turbo enter the weight of the food in lbs . ( 1.0 ) Defrost . and tenths of a lb . ( 0.1 ) . If a piece of meat weighs 1.95 lbs . or 1 lb . 14 oz . , enter 1.9 lbs . Tenths of Hundredths Ounces 2 . â¢ Enter weight of the a Pound of a Pound food using the num - 0.0 . 01 - . 05 0 ber pads . 0.1 . 06 - . 15 1 - 2 3 . â¢ Press Start . 0.2 . 16 - . 25 3 - 4 Defrosting will start . 0.3 . 26 - . 35 5 The time will count 0.4 . 36 - . 45 6 - 7 down . Larger weight 0.5 . 46 - . 55 8 foods will cause a sig - 0.6 . 56 - . 65 9 - 10 nal midway through defrosting . If 2 beeps 0.7 . 66 - . 75 11 - 12 sound , turn over , 0.8 . 76 - . 85 13 rearrange foods or 0.9 . 86 - . 95 14 - 15 shield with aluminum foil . Defrosting Tips & Techniques Preparation For Freezing : 1 . Freeze meats , poultry , and fish in packages with only 1 or 2 layers of food . Place wax paper between layers . 2 . Package in heavy - duty plastic wraps , bags ( labeled â For Freezer â ) , or freezer paper . 3 . Remove as much air as possible . 4 . Seal securely , date , and label . To Defrost : 1 . Remove wrapper . This helps moisture to evaporate . Juices from food can get hot and cook the food . 2 . Set food in microwave safe dish . 3 . Place roasts fat - side down . Place whole poultry breast - side down . 4 . Select power and minimum time so that items will be under - defrosted . 5 . Drain liquids during defrosting . 6 . Turn over ( invert ) items during defrosting . 7 . Shield edges and ends if needed . ( See Cooking Techniques ) . After Defrosting : 1 . Large items may be icy in the center . Defrosting will complete during STANDING TIME . 2 . Let stand , covered , following stand time directions on page 15 . 3 . Rinse foods indicated in the chart . 4 . Items which have been layered should be rinsed separately or have a longer stand time . 14
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 17 es Defrosting Tips & Techniqu ( continued ) DEFROST AFTER DEFROSTING FOOD TIME at P3 DURING DEFROSTING mins ( per lb ) Stand Time Rinse Fish and Seafood [ up to 3 lbs . ( 1.4 kg ) ] Crabmeat 6 Break apart / Rearrange Fish Steaks 4 to 6 Turn over 5 min . YES Fish Fillets 4 to 6 Turn over / Rearrange / Shield ends Sea Scallops 4 to 6 Break apart / Remove defrosted pieces Whole fish 4 to 6 Turn over Meat Turn over / Remove defrosted 10 min . Ground Meat 4 to 5 portion / Shield edges Roasts 4 to 8 Turn over / Shield ends and 30 min . in refrig . 1 [ 2 / 2 - 4 lbs . ( 1.1 - 1.8 kg ) ] defrosted surface Chops / Steak 6 to 8 Turn over / Rearrange / Shield ends and defrosted surface Ribs / T - bone 6 to 8 Turn over / Rearrange / Shield ends and defrosted surface 5 min . NO Stew Meat 4 to 8 Break apart / Rearrange / Remove defrosted pieces Liver ( thinly sliced ) 4 to 6 Drain liquid / Turn over / Separate pieces Bacon ( sliced ) 4 Turn over - - - - Poultry Chicken , Whole 4 to 6 Turn over / Shield 20 min . in refrig . [ up to 3 lbs . ( 1.4 kg ) ] Cutlets 4 to 6 Break apart / Turn over / 5 min . Remove defrosted Pieces YES Pieces 4 to 6 Break apart / Turn over / Shield 10 min . Cornish Hens 6 to 8 Turn over / Shield Turkey Breast 6 Turn over / Shield 20 min . in refrig . [ 5 - 6 lbs . ( 2.3 - 2.7 kg ) ] 15
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 18 Sensor Reheat Sensor Cook Feature Feature This sensor feature allows you to reheat food without setting time . The oven sim - plifies programming . This sensor feature allows you to cook food without setting time . The oven sim - Example : To reheat a plate of food plifies programming . 1 . â¢ Press Sensor Reheat . Example : To cook Frozen EntrÃ©es 1 . â¢ Press until the desired 2 . category appears on ( see More / Less Feature ) the display window . Press twice ( â page 13 ) 2 . ( see More / Less Optional Feature ) 3 . â¢ Press Start . ( â page 13 ) â¤ Cooking starts . Optional 3 . â¢ Press Start . â¤ Cooking starts . After steam is detected by the Genius Sensor , 2 beeps sound . The remaining cooking time appears in the After steam is detected by the Genius display window and begins to count down . Sensor , 2 beeps sound . At the end of cooking , five beeps sound . The remaining cooking time appears in the NOTE : display window and begins to count down . Casseroles - Add 3 to 4 tablespoons of liquid , At the end of cooking , five beeps sound . cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Stir when time appears in the display window . For the best results with thehese Canned foods - Empty contents into casse - GENIUS SENSOR , follow t rec - role dish or serving bowl , cover dish with lid or ommendations . vented plastic wrap . After reheating , let stand for a few minutes . BEFORE Reheating / Cooking : Plate of food - Arrange food on plate ; top with 1 . The room temperature surrounding the butter , gravy , etc . Cover with lid or vented oven should be below 95 Â° F ( 35 Â° C ) . plastic wrap . After reheating , let stand for a 2 . Food weight should exceed 4 oz . ( 110 g ) . few minutes . 3 . Be sure the glass tray , the outside of the cooking containers and the inside of the DO NOT USE SENSOR REHEAT : microwave oven are dry before placing 1 . To reheat bread and pastry products . Use food in the oven . Residual beads of mois - manual power and time for these foods . ture turning into steam can mislead the 2 . For raw or uncooked foods . sensor . 3 . If oven cavity is warm . 4 . Cover food with lid , or with vented plastic 4 . For beverages . wrap . Never use tightly sealed plastic 5 . For frozen foods . containers â they can prevent steam from escaping and cause food to overcook . DURING Reheating / Cooking : DO NOT open the oven door until 2 beeps sound and cooking time appears on the Display Window . Doing so will cause inac - curate cooking since the steam from food is no longer contained within the oven cavity . Once the cooking time begins to count down , the oven door may be opened to stir , turn , or rearrange foods . AFTER Reheating / Cooking : All foods should have a stand time . 16
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 19 Sensor Cook Chart Pad Recipe Serving / Weight Hints 1 / 2 - 1 cup Place inside a microwave safe serving bowl with Breakfast 1 . Oatmeal ( 40 - 80 g ) no cover . Follow manufacturers â directions for preparation . 2 . Breakfast 2 - 8 links Follow manufacturers â directions for preparation of Sausage pre - cooked breakfast sausage . Place in a radial pattern . 3 . Omelet 2 , 4 eggs Follow Basic Omelet recipe on page 18 . Lunch 4 . Soup 1 - 2 cups Pour soup into a microwave safe serving bowl . / Snack ( 250 - 500 ml ) Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Stir after cooking . 5 . Frozen 8 - 32 oz . Follow manufacturers â directions for preparation . EntrÃ©es ( 225 - 900 g ) After 2 beeps , stir or rearrange . Be careful when removing the film cover after cooking . Remove facing away from you to avoid steam burns . If additional time is needed , continue to cook manually . 6 . Frozen Pizza 8 oz . Follow manufacturers â directions for preparation . ( single ) ( 225 g ) 7 . Frozen Pocket 1 sandwich Follow manufacturer's directions for preparation . Sandwich ( 4.5 oz . ) ( 128 g ) Side Dish 8 . Potatoes 4 maximum Pierce each potato with a fork 6 times spacing ( 6 - 8 oz . each ) around surface . Place potato or potatoes around ( 170 - 225 g ) the edge of paper - towel - lined glass tray ( Turntable ) , at least 1 inch ( 2.5 cm ) apart . Do not cover . Let stand 5 minutes to complete cooking . 9 . Fresh 4 - 16 oz . All pieces should be the same size . Wash 1 Vegetables ( 110 - 450 g ) thoroughly , add 1 tbsp . of water per / 2 cup of vegetables , and cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Do not salt / butter until after cooking . 1 10 . Frozen 6 - 16 oz . Wash thoroughly , add 1 tbsp . of water per / 2 Vegetables ( 170 - 450 g ) cup of vegetables , and cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Do not salt / butter until after cooking . ( Not suitable for vegetables in butter or sauce . ) After 2 beeps , stir or rearrange . 11 . Canned 15 oz . Empty contents into microwave safe serving bowl . Vegetables ( 430 g ) Do not cover . 1 1 12 . White Rice / 2 - 1 / 2 cups Place rice with hot tap water in a microwave safe ( 110 - 335 g ) casserole dish . Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Let stand 5 to 10 minutes before serving . 1 1 13 . Brown Rice / 2 - 1 / 2 cups Place rice with hot tap water in a microwave safe ( 110 - 335 g ) casserole dish . Cover with lid or vented plastic ( maxium ) wrap . Let stand 5 to 10 minutes before serving . Dinner 14 . Frozen 11 - 16 oz . Follow manufactures â directions for covering or Dinners ( 300 - 450 g ) removing covers . Do not use frozen foods packaged in foil trays . 15 . Pasta 2 - 8 oz . Place pasta with hot tap water in a microwave safe ( 56 - 225 g ) casserole dish . Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . 16 . Stew 1 - 2 cups Pour contents from can into microwave safe serving bowl . Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Stir after cooking . 17 . Ground Meat 16 - 32 oz . Break apart in glass bowl or colander . Cover with ( 450 - 900 g ) lid or vented plastic wrap . After 2 beeps , stir . Re - cover and press Start . Juices should be clear . Drain . 18 . Fish Fillets 4 - 16 oz . Arrange in a single layer . Cover with lid or vented ( 110 - 450 g ) plastic wrap . 17
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 20 Microwave Recipes In a 2 - Qt . casserole , melt the butter for OMELET 40 seconds at P10 . Add onion and garlic Basic Omelet and cook for 1 minute at P10 . Stir in flour , 1 tablespoon butter or margarine mustard , salt and pepper , and gradually add 2 eggs the milk . Cook for 3 - 4 minutes at P10 until 2 tablespoons milk sauce thickens , stirring once . Add the salt and ground black pepper , if desired cheddar cheese , stirring thoroughly . Pour Heat butter in a microwave safe 9 - inch pie and stir the sauce into the macaroni , in a 3 - plate , 20 seconds at P10 , or until melted . Qt . casserole.Top with bread crumbs and Turn the plate to coat the bottom with butter . paprika . Cover with lid or vented plastic Meanwhile , combine the remaining wrap . Cook at P6 power for 16 - 18 minutes . ingredients in a separate bowl , beat together Yield : 6 servings and pour into the pie plate . Cook , covered with vented plastic wrap , Beef and Macaroni Casserole using OMELET selection . Let stand 2 min - 1 pound lean ground beef utes . With a spatula , loosen the edges of the 1 small onion , chopped omelet from the plate , fold into thirds to 1 green bell pepper , chopped / 2 serve . Always use scrambled eggs . 1 cup chopped celery Yield : 1 serving 2 15 oz . cans tomato sauce 1 Approx . cooking time : 4 minutes . 11 / 4 cups water NOTE : Double ingredients for a 4 egg cup uncooked elbow macaroni Omelet . 1 teaspoon parsley 1 / 2 teaspoon salt 1 CASSEROLE / 4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 / 2 cup grated cheddar cheese Shepherdâs Pie 1 pound lean ground beef Crumble the ground beef in a 3 - Qt . 1 / 2 cup frozen peas , thawed casserole . Cook for 5 - 7 minutes at P6 or 1 cup chopped onion / 4 until the meat is cooked , stirring twice . 1 tablespoon gravy powder Stir in onion , peppers and celery . Cook for 1 / 2 teaspoon curry powder 3 - 4 minutes at P10 . Stir in the remaining 1 teaspoon salt / 4 ingredients , except cheese . Cover with lid or 1 teaspoon ground black pepper / 4 vented plastic wrap . Cook at P6 power for 2 cups mashed potatoes 16 - 18 minutes . Sprinkle with cheese . Cover and let stand 5 minutes . In a 2 - Qt . casserole dish , crumble the ground beef and cook for 5 - 7 minutes at P6 Yield : 4 - 6 servings or until the meat is cooked , stirring twice . Add the remaining ingredients , except for Tuna Casserole potatoes . Stir well , and then spread the 1 6 oz . can tuna , drained and flaked potatoes evenly on the top . Cover with a lid 4 cups cooked and drained noodles 3 or vented plastic wrap and cook at P6 power 1 10 oz . can condensed cream of / 4 for 16 - 18 minutes . mushroom soup 1 4 oz . can mushroom pieces and stems , Yield : 4 servings drained 1 16 oz . package frozen peas , defrosted Macaroni and Cheese 3 4 cup milk / 1 / 4 cup butter 1 cup crushed potato chips 2 tablespoons chopped onion 1 / 2 cup grated cheddar cheese 1 clove minced garlic 1 / 4 cup all - purpose flour In a 3 - Qt . casserole , combine tuna , 1 teaspoon dry mustard noodles , soup , mushrooms , peas and milk ; 1 teaspoon salt mix well . Cover with lid or vented plastic 1 / 4 teaspoon ground black pepper wrap . Cook at P6 power for 16 - 18 minutes . 2 cups milk Top with potato chips and cheese before 2 cups grated cheddar cheese serving . 1 8 oz . ( / 2 lb dry weight ) macaroni , cooked Yield : 4 - 6 servings and drained 1 / 3 cup bread crumbs 1 teaspoon paprika 18
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 21 Timer Feature CAUTION : This feature allows you to program the If oven lamp is lit while using the timer oven as a kitchen timer . It can also be feature , the oven is incorrectly pro - used to program a standing time after gramed . Stop oven immediately and cooking is completed and / or to program a re - read instructions . delay start . To Set Delay Start : To Use as a Kitchen Timer : Example : To count down 5 minutes . Example : To delay the start of cooking for 5 minutes , and cook at P6 1 . â¢ Press Timer . power for 3 minutes . 1 . â¢ Press Timer . 2 . â¢ Set desired amount of time using number pads . 2 . â¢ Enter desired amount ( up to 99 minutes and of delay time using 99 seconds ) . number pads . ( up to 99 minutes and 99 3 . â¢ Press Start . seconds ) â¤ Time will count down without oven 3 . â¢ Enter the desired operating . Power Level ( see page 12 for direc - Press 5 times tions ) . To Set Stand Time : 4 . Set desired cooking time Example : To cook at P6 power for 3 using number pads . minutes , with stand time of 5 minutes . 5 . â¢ Press Start . 1 . â¢ Enter the desired â¤ Delay time will count down . Then Power Level ( see cooking will start . page 12 for direc - tions ) . Press 5 times NOTE : 1 . When each stage finishes , a two - beep Set desired cooking time 2 . signal sounds . At the end of the pro - using number pads . gram , the oven will beep five times . 2 . If the oven door is opened during 3 . â¢ Press Timer . Stand Time , Kitchen Timer or Delay Time , the time on the display will con - tinue to count down . 3 . Stand time and Delay start cannot be 4 . â¢ Set desired amount of programmed before any automatic Stand Time using Function . This is to prevent the starting number pads . ( up to temperature of food from rising before 99 minutes and 99 defrosting or cooking begins . A change seconds ) in starting temperature could cause 5 . â¢ Press Start . inaccurate results . â¤ Cooking will start . After cooking , stand time will count down without oven operating . 19
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 22 Microwave Shortcuts FOOD POWER TIME DIRECTIONS ( in mins . ) To separate refrigerated P10 ( HIGH ) 30 sec . Remove wrapper and place in microwave Bacon , safe dish . After heating , use a plastic 1 pound ( 450 g ) spatula to separate slices . To soften Brown Sugar P10 ( HIGH ) 20 - 30 sec . Place brown sugar in microwave safe dish 1 cup ( 250 ml ) with a slice of bread . Cover with lid or plastic wrap . To soften refrigerated Butter , P3 ( MED - LOW ) 1 Remove wrapper and place butter in a 1 1 stick , / 4 pound ( 110 g ) microwave safe dish . 1 To melt refrigerated Butter , P6 ( MEDIUM ) 1 / 2 - 2 Remove wrapper and place butter in a 1 1 stick , / 4 pound ( 110 g ) microwave safe dish covered with lid or vented plastic wrap . 1 Remove wrapper and place chocolate / 2 To melt Chocolate , P6 ( MEDIUM ) 1 - 1 1 square , 1 oz . ( 28 g ) in a microwave safe dish . After heating , stir 1 / 2 until completely melted . Note : Chocolate To melt Chocolate , P6 ( MEDIUM ) 1 - 1 1 cup ( 125 ml ) chips holds its shape even when softened . / 2 To toast Coconut , P10 ( HIGH ) 1 Place in a microwave safe dish . 1 cup ( 125 ml ) Stir every 30 seconds . / 2 To soften Cream Cheese , P3 ( MED - LOW ) 1 - 2 Remove wrapper and place in a 8 oz . ( 225 g ) microwave safe bowl . To brown Ground Beef , P10 ( HIGH ) 4 - 5 Crumble into a microwave safe colander 1 pound ( 450 g ) set into another dish . Cover with plastic wrap . Stir twice . Drain grease . To cook Vegetables , 1 / 2 - 4 All pieces should be the same size . Wash Fresh P8 3 1 1 lb ) thoroughly , add 1 tbsp of water per cup / 2 / 2 ( ( 225 g ) of vegetables , and cover with lid or vented plastic wrap . Do not salt / butter until after cooking . 1 / 2 - 4 Wash thoroughly , add 1 tbsp of water per Frozen P8 3 1 / 2 cup of vegetables , and cover with lid or ( 10 oz ) ( 285 g ) vented plastic wrap . Do not salt / butter until after cooking . ( Not suitable for vegetables in butter or sauce . ) 1 / 2 - 4 Empty contents into microwave safe serving Canned P8 3 ( 15 oz ) bowl . Do not cover . ( 430 g ) 20
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 23 Microwave Shortcuts ( continued ) FOOD POWER TIME DIRECTIONS ( in mins . ) To cook baked Potato , Pierce each potato with a fork 6 times ( 6 - 8 oz . each ) spacing around surface . Place potato or ( 170 - 225 g ) potatoes around the edge of paper - towel - 1 / 2 - 4 lined glass tray ( Turntable ) , at least 1 inch 1 P83 ( 2.5 cm ) apart . Do not cover . Let stand 5 2 P8 6 - 7 minutes to complete cooking . To steam Hand Towels - 4 P10 ( HIGH ) 20 - 30 sec . Soak in water , then wring out excess . Place on a microwave safe dish . Heat . Present immediately . 1 / 2 Check often to prevent melting . To soften Ice Cream , P3 ( MED - LOW ) 1 - 1 1 / 2 gallon ( 2 L ) Cup of liquid To boil water , broth , etc . 1 1 cup , 8 oz . ( 250 ml ) P10 ( HIGH ) 1 / 2 - 2 Heated liquids can erupt if not stirred . 1 2 cups , 16 oz . ( 500 ml ) P10 ( HIGH ) 2 / 2 - 3 Do not heat liquids in microwave oven without stirring before heating . Cup of liquid To warm Beverage , 1 - 2 / 2 1 cup , 8 oz . ( 250 ml ) P7 ( MED - HIGH ) 1 1 2 cups , 16 oz . ( 500 ml ) P7 ( MED - HIGH ) 2 / 2 - 3 To roast Nuts , P10 ( HIGH ) 3 - 4 Spread nuts into a 9 - inch ( 23 cm ) 1 / 2 cups ( 375 ml ) microwave safe pie plate . 1 Stir occasionally . 1 / 2 Place in a small microwave safe bowl . To toast Sesame Seeds , P10 ( HIGH ) 2 - 2 1 cup ( 60 ml ) Stir twice . / 4 To skin Tomatoes , P10 ( HIGH ) 30 sec . Place tomato into a microwave safe bowl ( one at a time ) containing boiling water . Rinse and peel . Repeat for each tomato . 1 cups ( 250 - 375 ml ) To remove Cooking Odors , P10 ( HIGH ) 5 Combine 1 to 1 / 2 water with the juice and peel of one lemon in a 2 quart microwave safe bowl . After water finishes boiling , wipe interior of oven with a cloth . 21
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 24 Food Characteristics Cooking Techniques Bone and Fat Piercing Both bone and fat affect - cook - Foods with skins or mem - ing . Bones may cause hirregueker branes must be kpiercedof - lar cooking . Meat next to ntod scored or have a cstripoo tips of bones may uoverco skin peeled beforem while meat positioned a large bone , ing to allow stea toms , s , such as a ham bone , may be eunder - rbxt escape . Pierce claliver cooked . Large amounts of fat abson oysters , chicken whole potatoesorip microwave energy and the meat to and whole vegetables . Whole applesstr these areas may overcook . new potatoes should have a 1 - inchore of skin peeled before cooking . nScotwithout Density sausages and frankfurters . tDoh Porous , airy foods such ase Cook / Reheat whole eggs wi oorle breads , cakes or rolls tak the shell . Steam build up in wh seggsibly less time to cook thansuch may cause them to explode , and pos heavy , dense foods rasners damage the oven or cause einjury.ggs potatoes and roasts . nWheet Reheating SLICED hard - boiled and reheating donuts or eoth cooking SCRAMBLED eggs is safe . foods with different c be very icare - th ful . Certain foods have centers made swllyd , Browning sugar , water , or fat and these centerete Foods will not have thence attract microwaves ( For example , aj same brown appeara asds donuts ) . When a jelly donut is he theeis conventionally cooked efooningyning jelly can become extremely hot while othht . or those foods which pwaroultrw exterior remains warm to the touch . nTter cooked utilizing a bro could result in a burn if the food isen feature . Meats andith allowed to cool properly in the c may be coated w bro sauce , uce Worcestershire sauce , barbecue sa or Quantity shake - on browning sauce . To use , com - r Two potatoes take longer to ycook bine browning sauce with melted butte or than one potato . As the quantit of margarine and brush on before cooking.ar the food decreases so does lthel For quick breads or muffins , brown sug cooking time . Overcooking win can be used in the recipe in place ofn cause the moisture content i theld granulated sugar , or the surface ca ibeng . food to decrease and a fire cou result.ile sprinkled with dark spices before bak Never leave microwave unattended wh in use . Spacing Individual foods , such as Shape baked potatoes , cupcakes Uniform sizes heat fmore and appetizers , will cook more evenly . The thin end o are evenly if placed in the oven drumstick will cook motyfor equal distances apart . When quickly than the tmeae possible , arrange foods in a circular pattern . end . To compensa irregular shapes , place thin parts toward the center of the . dish and thick pieces toward the edge Size Thin pieces cook moreces . quickly than thick pie Starting Temperature Foods that are at room temperature take less time to cook than if theyn . are chilled , refrigerated , or froze 22
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 25 ( continued ) Cooking Techniques Covering Turning As with conventional cooking , moisture It is not possible to stir some foods to dis - evaporates during microwave cooking . tribute the heat evenly . At times , microwave Casserole lids or plastic wrap are used for a energy will concentrate in one area of the tighter seal . When using plastic wrap , vent food . To help insure even cooking , these the plastic wrap by folding back part of the food need to be turned . Turn over large plastic wrap from the edge of the dish to foods , such as roasts or turkeys , halfway allow steam to escape . Loosen or remove through cooking . plastic wrap as recipe directs for stand time . Stand Time When removing plastic wrap covers , as well Most foods will continue to cook by conduc - as any glass lids , be careful to remove them tion after the microwave oven is turned off . away from you to avoid steam burns . In meat cookery , the internal temperature Various degrees of moisture retention are will rise 5 Â° F to 15 Â° F ( 3 Â° C to 8 Â° C ) , if allowed also obtained by using wax paper or paper to stand , tented with foil , for 10 to 15 min - towels . utes . Casseroles and vegetables need a shorter amount of standing time , but this Shielding standing time is necessary to allow foods to Thin areas of meat and poultry cook more complete cooking to the center without over - quickly than meaty portions . To prevent cooking on the edges . overcooking , these thin areas can be shield - ed with strips of aluminum foil . Wooden Test for Doneness toothpicks may be used to hold the foil in The same tests for doneness used in con - place . ventional cooking may be used for CAUTION is to be exercised when microwave cooking . Meat is done when using foil . Arcing can occur if foil is too close fork - tender or splits at fibers . Chicken is to oven wall or door and damage to your done when juices are clear yellow and oven will result . drumstick moves freely . Fish is done when it flakes and is opaque . Cake is done when a Cooking time toothpick or cake tester is inserted and A range of cooking time is given in each comes out clean . recipe . The time range compensates for the uncontrollable differences in food shapes , ABOUT FOOD SAFETY EAND starting temperature , and regional prefer - COOKING TEMPERATUR ences . Always cook food for the minimum â¢ Check foods to see that they are cooked cooking time given in a recipe and check for to the United States Department of doneness . If the food is undercooked , con - Agricultureâs recommended temperatures . tinue cooking . It is easier to add time to an undercooked product . Once the food is TEMP FOOD overcooked , nothing can be done . 160 Ë F . . . for fresh pork , ground meat , Stirring boneless white poultry , fish , Stirring is usually necessary during seafood , egg dishes and microwave cooking . Always bring the frozen prepared food . cooked outside edges toward the center 165 Ë F . . . for leftover , ready - to - reheat and the less cooked center portions toward refrigerated , and deli and the outside of the dish . carryout â fresh â food . Rearranging 170 Ë F . . . white meat of poultry . Rearrange small items such as chicken 180 Ë F . . . dark meat of poultry . pieces , shrimp , hamburger patties , or pork To test for doneness , insert a meat ther - chops . Rearrange pieces from the edge to mometer in a thick or dense area away from the center and pieces from the center to the fat or bone . NEVER leave the thermometer edge of the dish . in the food during cooking , unless it is approved for microwave oven use . 23
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 26 Care and Cleaning of Your Microwave Oven AFTER CLEANING:e BEFORE oCLEANING:utlet . Be sure to place th Roller Ring and the Glass Unplug oven at wall If outlet is inacces - Tray in the proper position and pressy . sible , leave oven door open while cleaning . Stop / Reset Pad to clear the Displa Glass Tray : Outside oven hhsurfaces : . eebetila - Warning Label : , Remove and wash in warm soapy Clean with a damp clottthten Do not remove wipe with a water or in a dishwasher . To prevent damage toenov damp cloth . operating parts dinsidnto Inside of the roven:clothgent oven , water shoul Wipe with a dampdeteded.r - allowed to seep i after using . iMildf tion openings . may be used needete Control hPanel : Do not use harshves . * Covered wit aotective gents or abrasi removable arprntingll film to preveduSm gscratches . Oven aDoor : shippin bub - Wipe with soft dry bles may appear cloth when steamside under this film.ovekingnand accumulates in orfg ( Hint - To remmasto around the outside yoinityis film , applytape the oven door . netdlDurmheam or clear ra cooking , especial exposed corne under high humi pull tgently . ) rol conditions , stea * If the Con Paneln given off frome becomes wet , clea food . ( Som st it with a soft udrysets will condense o cool - cloth . Do notgen er surfaces , such ass Roller Ring and oven cavity wfloor:enbeh - pt harsh deter or the oven door . Thi is Clean the bottom surface of the ovoydiske abrasives . normal . ) surface with mild detergent water or rwindabee . Do not remove waveguide cover : Inside is dcov - Do cleaner , and dry . Roller Ring dmoois It is important to keep coveras ered with a heat . an washed in mild soapy waterl clean in the same manner the vapor barrier film washer . These areas shoun inside of the oven . not remove . clean to avoid excessive IT IS IMPORTANT TO KEEP THE OVEN CLEAN AND SDRY.TINGPE FOOD RESIDUE AND CONDENSATION MAY CAUSE SRUE , OR ARCING AND DAMAGE TO THE OVEN . AFTER U WI DRY ALL SURFACES - INCLUDING VENT OPENINGS , OVEN SEAMS , AND UNDER GLASS TRAY . PARTS DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER Instructions / Operating Manual ( this book ) F00038N52AP Glass Tray A06014A00AP ( NN - P794 / SN747 / SN757 / SN797 / SN789 ) A06014M00AP ( NN - T945 / SN947 / SN957 / SN977 ) Roller Ring Assembly F290D9330AP Accessory Purchases ( U.S.A and Puerto Rico ) Purchase Parts , Accessories and Instruction Books online for all Panasonic Products by visiting our Web Site at : http : / / www.pstc.panasonic.com or , send your request by E - mail to : npcparts @ us.panasonic.com You may also contact us directly at : 1 - 800 - 332 - 5368 ( Phone ) 1 - 800 - 237 - 9080 ( Fax Only ) ( Monday - Friday 9 am to 8 pm , EST . ) Panasonic Service and Technology Company 20421 84th Avenue South , Kent , WA 98032 ( We Accept Visa , MasterCard , Discover Card , American Express , and Personal Checks ) For hearing or speech impaired TTY users , TTY : 1 - 866 - 605 - 1277 24
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 27 Before Requesting Service These things are normal : The oven causes Some radio and TV interference might occur when you cook interference with with the microwave oven . This interference is similar to the my TV . interference caused by small appliances such as mixers , vacuums , blow dryers , etc . It does not indicate a problem with your oven . Steam accumulates During cooking , steam and warm air are given off from the on the oven door and food . Most of the steam and warm air are removed from the warm air comes from oven by the air which circulates in the oven cavity . However , the oven vents . some steam will condense on cooler surfaces such as the oven door . This is normal . After use , the oven should be wiped dry ( see page 24 ) . PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY The oven is not plugged in Remove plug from outlet , wait securely . 10 seconds and re - insert . Circuit breaker or fuse is Reset circuit breaker or replace Oven will not turn on . tripped or blown . fuse . There is a problem with the Plug another appliance into the outlet . outlet to check if it is working . The door is not closed Close the oven door securely . completely . Start Pad was not pressed Press Start Pad . after programming . Another program is already Press Stop / Reset Pad to cancel Oven will not start entered into the oven . the previous program and enter cooking . new program . The program is not correct . Program again according to the Operating Instructions . Stop / Reset Pad has been Program oven again . pressed accidentally . The Glass Tray is not Take out Glass Tray and Roller positioned properly on the Ring . Wipe with a damp cloth and The Glass Tray Roller Ring or there is food reset Roller Ring and Glass Tray wobbles . under the Roller Ring . properly . When the oven is The Roller Ring and oven Clean these parts according to operating , there is bottom are dirty . Care and Cleaning of your noise coming from Microwave Oven ( see page 24 ) . the glass tray . The CHILD LOCK was See Function Pad on page 11 . The word â LOCK â activated . appears in the Display Window . This display indicates a The oven stops cooking Please contact an authorised problem with the microwave by microwave and " H97 " Service Center ( see page 26 ) . generation system . or " H98 " appears in the display window . 25
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 28 Limited Warranty & Customer Services Directory ( For U.S.A and Puerto Rico only ) PANASONIC CONSUMER ELECTRONICS COMPANY , DIVISION OF PANASONIC CORPORATION OF NORTH AMERICA One Panasonic Way Secaucus , New Jersey 07094 Panasonic Microwave Oven Product Limited Warranty Limited Warranty Coverage If your product does not work properly because of a defect in materials or workmanship , Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company ( referred to as â the warrantor â ) will , for the length of the period indicated on the chart below , which starts with the date of original purchase ( " warranty period " ) , at its option either ( a ) repair your product with new or refurbished parts , or ( b ) replace it with a new or a refurbished product . The decision to repair or replace will be made by the warrantor . PARTS LABOR ALL PARTS ( EXCEPT MAGNETRON TUBE ) 1 ( ONE ) YEAR 1 ( ONE ) YEAR MAGNETRON TUBE 5 ( FIVE ) YEAR 1 ( ONE ) YEAR During the " Labor " warranty period there will be no charge for labor . During the " Parts " warranty period , there will be no charge for parts . You must carry - in or mail - in your product during the warranty period . This warranty only applies to products purchased and serviced in the United States or Puerto Rico . This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser of a new product which was not sold " as is " . A purchase receipt or other proof of the original purchase date is required for warranty service . Carry - In or Mail - In Service For Carry - In or Mail - In Service in the United States and Puerto Rico call 1 - 800 - 211 - PANA ( 7262 ) or visit Panasonic Web Site : http : / / www.panasonic.com Limited Warranty Limits And Exclusions This warranty ONLY COVERS failures due to defects in materials or workmanship , and DOES NOT COVER glass , plastic parts , temperature probes ( if included ) and normal wear and tear or cosmetic damage . The war - ranty ALSO DOES NOT COVER damages which occurred in shipment , or failures which are caused by products not supplied by the warrantor , or failures which result from accidents , misuse , abuse , neglect , mis - handling , misapplication , alteration , faulty installation , set - up adjustments , misadjustment of consumer con - trols , improper maintenance , power line surge , lightning damage , modification , or commercial use ( such as in a hotel , office , restaurant , or other business ) , rental use of the product , service by anyone other than a Factory Service center or other Authorized Servicer , or damage that is attributable to acts of God . THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES EXCEPT AS LISTED UNDER â LIMITED WARRANTY COV - ERAGE " . THE WARRANTOR IS NOT LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT , OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WAR - RANTY . ( As examples , this excludes damages for lost time , cost of having someone remove or re - install an installed unit if applicable , or travel to and from the servicer . The items listed are not exclusive , but are for illustration only . ) ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES , INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MER - CHANTABILITY , ARE LIMITED TO THE PERIOD OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages , or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts , so the exclusions may not apply to you . This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have others rights which vary from state to state . If a problem with this product develops during or after the warranty period , you may contact your deal - er or Service center . If the problem is not handled to your satisfaction , then write to the warrantor's Consumer Affairs Department at the addresses listed for the warrantor . PARTS AND SERVICE WHICH ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS LIMITED WARRANTY ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY . Customer Services Directory ( U.S.A and Puerto Rico ) Obtain Product Information and Operating Assistance ; locate your nearest Dealer or service center ; purchase Parts and Accessories ; or make Customer Service and Literature requests by visiting our Web Site at : http : / / www.panasonic.com / help . panasonic.com / contactinfo or , contact us via the web at : http : / / www You may also contact us directly at : 1 - 800 - 211 - PANA ( 7262 ) , Monday - Friday 9 am - 9 pm ; Saturday - Sunday 10 am - 7 pm , EST . For hearing or speech impaired TTY users , TTY : 1 - 877 - 833 - 8855 26
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 29 QUICK GUIDE TO OPERATION How to Operate Feature To set Thru Clock ( â page 10 ) Press once . Enter time of day . Press once . To set Thru Power and Time ( â page 12 ) Press to select Power Level . Set cooking time . Press . To Use Function or or Thru ( â page 10 ) Press . Select category . Select option . To cook using Popcorn ( â page 13 ) Select weight . Optional . Press . To cook using Quick Min ( â page 12 ) ( up to 10 min . ) Press . To reheat using Sensor Reheat ( â page 16 ) Press once . Optional . Press . To cook using e.g . Sensor Cook ( â page 16 ) Select Category . Optional . Press . To defrost using Thru Inverter Turbo Defrost Press once . Set weight . Press . ( â page 14 ) To use Thru Keep Warm Press once . Set keep warm time . ( up to 30 min . ) Press . ( â page 12 ) To use Beverages ( â page 13 ) Press to select servings . Press . Optional . To use as a Thru Kitchen Timer ( â page 19 ) Press once . Set time . Press . Input up to To Set Thru 4 - stage cooking Stand Time ( ) programs . ( â page 19 ) Press once . Set time . Press . Input up to To Set Thru 4 - stage cooking Delay Start ( ) programs . ( â page 19 ) Press once . Set time . Press . 27
IP2348_38N52AP_01_081023 2008.10.23 11 : 34 Page 30 Specifications NN - P794 / SN747 / SN757 / SN797 / SN789 NN - T945 / SN947 / SN957 / SN977 120 V , 60 Hz Power Source : 12.7 Amps , 1,460 W Power Consumption : 1,250 W Cooking Power : * 15 7 7 7 7 16 " x 21 8 " x 19 16 " 14 " x 23 8 " x 19 16 " 3 11 / / / / / Outside Dimensions ( 304 mm x 555 mm x 493 mm ) ( 356 mm x 606 mm x 49 mm ) ( H x W x D ) : 7 1 15 7 1 / 16 " x 18 / 2 " 10 / 16 " x 18 / 16 " x 18 / 2 " mm ) 9 " x 16 Oven Cavity Dimensions ( 228 mm x 418 mm x 470 mm ) ( 278 mm x 469 mm x 470 ( H x W x D ) : 2,450 MHz Operating Frequency : Approx . 32 lbs ( 14.3 kg ) Approx . 36 lbs ( 16.7 kg ) Net Weight : * Trim Kit for NN - P794 / SN747 / SN757 / SN797 / SN789 : NN - TK729SF NN - TK739SF Model Number : ( Stainless ) ( Stainless ) 1 1 " 30 " x 16 " 27 " x 16 / 2 / 2 Outside Dimension : ( 685 mm x 419 mm ) ( 762 mm x 419 mm ) 7 5 24 " x 15 " x 21 " / 8 / 16 Cabinet Opening : ( 632 mm x 389 mm x 533.4 mm ) * Trim Kit for NN - T945 / SN947 / SN957 / SN977 : NN - TK929SF NN - TK939SF Model Number : ( Stainless ) ( Stainless ) 9 9 " 30 " x 18 " 27 " x 18 / 16 / 16 Outside Dimension : ( 685 mm x 472 mm ) ( 762 mm x 472 mm ) 7 3 24 / 8 " x 17 / 8 " x 21 " Cabinet Opening : ( 632 mm x 441.5 mm x 533.4 mm ) * IEC Test procedure Specifications subject to change without notice . Userâs Record The serial number of this product emaynel.nd Model No . __________________ be found on the back side of the eovanr or on the left side of the control pb You should note the model num oaek Serial No . __________________ the serial number of this oven in oth space provided and retain this b as Date of Purchase ____________ a permanent record of your purchase for future reference . Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company , Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America One Panasonic Way Secaucus , New Jersey 07094 Panasonic Home Appliances Microwave Oven ( Shanghai ) Co . , Ltd . 898 Long Dong Road , Pu Dong , Shanghai , China 201203 Web Site : http : / / panasonic.net 28