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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 important 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) WARNING: If the door or door seals are damaged, the oven must not be operated until it has
been repaired by a trained person: (1) door (bent), (2) hinges and latches(broken or loosened),
(3) door seals and sealing surfaces.
(d) WARNING: It is hazardous for anyone other than a trained person to carry out any service or
repair operation which involves the removal of any cover which gives protection against exposure
to microwave energy.
(e) WARNING: Liquids or other foods must not be heated in sealed containers since they are liable
to explode.
(f) WARNING: Only allow children to use the oven without supervision when adequate instructions
have been given so that the child is able to use the oven in a safe way and understands the
hazards of improper use.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY ..................................................................................................... 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS.......................................................................................................................... 1 INSTALLATION...................................................................................................................................... 2 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTION.................................................................................................. 3 WHICH UTENSILS CAN BE USED IN THE OVEN?.............................................................................. 4 CONTROL PANEL
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5 ACCESSORIES ..................................................................................................................................... 6 HOW TO SET THE OVEN CONTROL................................................................................................... 7 GENERAL GUIDELINES ..................................................................................................................... 12 KEEP THE OVEN CLEAN.................................................................................................................... 13 BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE .................................................................................................... 14 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS............................................................................................................. 15 SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................................ 15
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INSTALLATION
How to examine your microwave oven after unpacking.
Unpack oven, remove all packing material, and examine the oven for any damage such as dents, broken door, latches or cracks in the door. Do not remove the film from inside the door. Notify dealer immediately if the oven is damaged. Do not install if the oven is damaged.
1. Place a bowl suitable for microwaves, not too small, filled with
0.2 lwater or more, into the oven chamber.
2. Press the ˚C Temp. button.
3. Set the time to 5 minutes.
4. Press the start button.
5. When the 5 minutes has elapsed, an acoustic signal sounds.
Where to place your microwave oven.
1. Place the oven on a flat and stable surface.
2. Surface of the oven is protected by a plastic film which should
be removed before using.
3. Leave open spaces around the oven. All air vents should be
removed before using.
If all vents are covered during operation, the oven may
overheat and eventually, lead to oven failure.
4. Keep away from radio and TV sets. If the oven is located
close to a TV, radio interference may result.
5. Keep away from heating appliances and water taps. Keep the
oven away from hot air, steam or splash when choosing a
place to position it, or the insulation might be adversely
affected and breakdowns occur.
6. The minimum height of open spaces necessary above the top
surface of the oven is 150mm.
Note: The protective coating has now been removed and the oven is ready to use. Please be aware that your oven now is very hot.
6. Open the oven door and remove the bowl with water (use
oven gloves when removing the bowl.)
Child Lock
To prevent child from operating the oven, install the child lock key.
1. Touch stop button for 3 seconds. “LOC” will show in the
display and all buttons do not operate.
2. Touch stop button for 3 seconds once again, then child lock is
canceled.
Power supply
• Refer to rating plate for voltage and check that this appliance voltage corresponds with the supply voltage in your home. This oven requires a current of approximately 12(8) amperes, 230V 50Hz.
• Using the oven at a higher rated voltage may result in a fire or other accident causing oven damage.
• Also using the oven at a lower rated voltage will cause slow cooking. We are not responsible for damage resulting from use of this oven with a voltage and and ampere fuse other than those specified.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
• Power supply cord is about 1.2 meters long.
Earthing instructions
This appliance must be earthed. In the event of an electrical short circuit, earthing reduces the risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current. This appliances equipped with a cord having a earthing wire with a earthing plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed and earthed.
Prior to use
In order to protect your oven during transpotation and storage, the grill element is covered with a protective coating. To remove this coating the grill element must be heated for 5 minutes. This procedure will produce some bad odors as the protective coating on the element disappears.
To remove the coating, use the following procedures:
WARNING:Improper use of the earthing plug can result in a risk of electric shock.
Consult a qualified electrician or serviceman if the earthing instructions are not completely understood, or if doubt exists as to whether the appliance is properly earthed. If it is necessary to use an extension cord, use only a 3-wire extension cord that has a 3-blade earthing plug, and a 3-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 electricla rating of the appliance.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTONS
When using electrical apliances, basic safety precautions should be followed, including the following:
General Use
WARNING-To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, fire, injury to persons or exposure to excessive microwave energy:
Listed below are, as with all appliances, certain rules to follow and safeguards to assure top performance from this oven:
1. Read all instructions before using the appliance. 2. Read and follow the specific "PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE
ENERGY", found on page 1.
3. This appliance must be earthed. Connect only to a
properly installed wall socket.
4. Install or locate this appliance only in accordance with the
provided installation instructions.
5. Some products such as whole eggs and sealed
containers for example, closed glass jars-may explode
and should not be heated in this oven.
6. Use this appliance only for its intended use as described
in this manual.
7. As with any appliance, close supervision is necessary
when used by children.
8. Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged cord or
plug, if it is not working properly, or if it has been
damaged or dropped.
9. This appliance should be serviced only by qualified
service personnel. Contact the nearest authorized
service facility for examination, repair or adjustment. 10. Do not cover or block any openings on this appliance. 11. Do not use outdoors.
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 table or counter. 15. When cleaning surfaces of door and oven that meet when
the door closes, use only mild, nonabrasive soaps or
detergents with a sponge or soft cloth.
16. To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity:
(a) Do not overcook food. Carefully attend appliance if
paper, plastic, or other combustible materials are
placed inside the oven when cooking food.
(b) Remove wire twist-ties from bags before placing bag
in oven.
(c) If materials inside the oven should ignite, keep oven
door closed, turn oven off, and disconnect the power
cord, or shut off power at the fuse or circuit breaker
panel.
17. Do not use this appliance to heat corrosive chemicals (for
example, sulfides and chlorides). Vapors from such
corrosive chemicals may erode the contacts and springs
of the safety interlock switches and render them
inoperable.
18. The contents of feeding bottles and baby jars must be
stirred or shaken and the temperature is to be checked
before consumption to avoid burns.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1. Do not use the oven for any reason other than food
preparation, such as for drying clothes, paper, or any
other nonfood items or for sterilizing purposes.
They may catch on fire.
2. Do not use the oven when empty, this could damage the
oven.
3. Do not use the oven cavity for any type of storage, such
as papers, cookbook, cookware, etc.
4. Do not operate the oven without the turntable tray in
place. Be sure it is properly sitting on the rotating base. 5. Be caution when removing the turntable tray after cooking
meats that may have caused an accumulation of grease
in the tray.
6. Unlike microwave-only ovens, this oven may become hot
on the cabinet and oven door.
Always use hot pads or oven mitts when placing or
removing food and/or accessories from the oven.
Be cautions about touching parts other then control panel
during or immediately following grill or combination
cooking.
7. If the oven is hot from combination cooking, do not use
plastic or Styrofoam cookware for microwave cooking.
They may melt.
8. Do not use recycled paper products for cooking.
They may contain impurities which could cause sparks
and/or fires when used during cooking.
9. Do not continue to cook with metal utensils if sparking
appears. See "Accessories" section on page 6 for proper
use of cookware.
10. Do not leave the oven unattended during short cooking
times. Overcooking and fire may result.
11. Do not cook eggs in the shelf, as they will explode.
Occasionally a poached egg may burst during microwave
cooking. Be sure to cook covered, and let stand one
minute after cooking before removing the cover. 12. Do not cook any food surrounded by a membrane, such
as egg yolks, potatoes, chicken livers, etc., without first
piercing them several times with a fork.
13. Do not pop popcorn except in a microwave approved
popcorn bag or in a commercial package recommended
especially for microwave ovens.
Never try to popcorn in a paper bag. If oil is used while
making popcorn, overcooking may cause smoke and,
eventually, fire.
14. Do not attempt to operate this appliance with the door
open.
15. Do not attempt to remove covers, panels, etc.
16. Look at the oven from time to time when food is heated or
cooked in disposable containers of plastic, paper or other
combustible materials.
17. If smoke is observed, switch off or unplug the appliance
and keep the door closed in order to stifle any flames. 18. Microwave heating of berverages can result in delayed
eruptive boiling, therefore care has to be taken when
handling the container.
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TO AVOID EXPLOSION AND SUDDEN BOILIING
WARNING
When heating liquids, e.g. soups, sauces and beverages in your microwave oven, overheating the liquid beyond boiling point can occur without evidence of bubbling: This could result in a sudden boil over of the not liquid. To prevent this possibility the following steps should be taken:
a. Avoid using straight sided containers with narrow necks. b. Do not overheat.
c. Stir the liquid before placing the container in the oven
and again halfway through the heating time.
d. After heating, allow to stand in the oven for a short time,
stir or shake them again carefully and check the
temperature of them before consumption to avoid burns
(especially, contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars).
1. Eggs
Never cook eggs in their shells. Steam will build up inside
the shell during cooking and the egg will explode.
If you want to cook or reheat eggs which have not been
broken up by scrambling or mixing, you must always
pierce the yolks or these will also explode. You should
slice shelled hard boiled eggs before you reheat them in
your microwave oven.
2. Piercing
Always pierce food which has a skin or membrane, for
example, potatoes, tomatoes, apples, sausages etc. If you
don't pierce them, steam will build up inside and they may
explode.
3. Lids
Always remove the lids of jars and containers and take
away food containers, before you cook using your
microwave oven. If you don't, then steam and pressure
might build up inside and cause an explosion even after
the microwave cooking has stopped.
WHICH UTENSIL CAN BE USED IN THE OVEN?
Before use, the user should check that utensils are suitable for use in microwave ovens.
Material
Grill & Convection cooking
Microwave cooking
Combined cooking
Glass (general) Glass (heat resistant) Glass-ceramic and ceramic (heat resistant) Earthenware China (heat resistant) Plastic (general) Plastic (heat resistant) Aluminium foil containers /aluminium foil Metal baking tins Metal (pots.pans, etc) Paper
No Yes
Yes (1) Yes
No Yes
Yes Yes Yes No Yes (2)
Yes (1) Yes Yes Yes (2) Yes (2)
Yes (1) Yes Yes No Yes (2)
Yes Yes (4) Yes No
Yes (3) No No Yes
Yes Yes (4) No No
Utensils made of china and ceramic excellent to use in your microwave oven. Most types of glass are also very good. Lead crystal glass can crack and should therefore, not be used. Plastics and paper can also be used, provided they can withstand the temperature of the heated food. For cooking only use plastics, which will withstand a temperature of over 120˚C, e.g. polypropene and polyamide. Some plastic materials, e.g. melamine, will be heated by the microwave, and be damaged. To find out if a certain container is suitable, the following simple test can be made:
Place the empty container and a glass of water inside the microwave oven. The water is needed because the oven must not be operated empty or with empty containers only. Let the oven work on full power for one minute. A suitable container will only be lukewarm.
1. Without metal parts or metal trims.
2. Some plastics are heat-proof only to certain temperatures.
Check carefully!
3. It is possible to use aluminium foil to shield deliate areas of food (this prevents over-cooking).
4. Metal tins can be used in the combination methods, however if these are very deep, they will greatly reduce the efficiency, as metal shields the microwave energy from the food.
Metal containers, e.g. saucepans or frying pans should not be used in microwave ovens. Nor should plates or vessels with decorations be used since metal e.g. gold, might be part of the decoration and such decorations will be damaged. Small pieces of aluminiuum foil can be
used, but only to shield the areas that
would over-cook (e.g. for covering
chicken
wings, leg tips and fish tails) but the foil
must not touch the side of the oven as
damage may occur.
Microwave function only
Utensils and cooking containers used in a microwave oven should be of a material that does not act as a barrier to microwave energy. Generally this means that you should cook in either (paper), plastic, glass or ceramic. Metal pans reflect microwave energy and inhibit cooking, and should not be used. In addition to material, the shape of the container should also be considered. Round oval shapes give the most even cooking. Square or rectangular containers may over-cook foods in the corners because more energy is absorbed there. Shallow containers give more even cooking results.
Caution:
• There are a number of accessories available on the market. Before you buy, make sure they are suitable for microwave use.
• When you put food in the microwave oven, make sure that food, food supports or covering do not come in direct contact with any of the internal walls or the ceiling of the cavity since discolouration may take place.
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CONTROL PANEL
When blinking, the oven is operating in COMBI cooking.
When blinking, the oven is operating in WEIGHT DEFROST.
When blinking, the oven is operating in GRILL
When blinking, the oven is operating in MICROWAVE COOK
DEFROST M/W GRILL COMBI WEIGHT - TIME
When blinking, the oven is operating in TIME DEFROST.
When blinking, the oven is operating in PROGRAM.
COOKPROGRAM
PIE
COOKTEMP
KG
When blinking, the oven is operating in PIE COOK.
When blinking, the oven is operating in weight input mode.
M/W
DEFROST
PIE
When blinking, the oven is operating in
CONVECTION(TEMP COOK).
GRILL
COMBI
TEMP
Temperature Button- Used to set desired temperature. If this button pressed for more than 1.3 seconds, number is scrolled up automatically.
Microwave Power Level - Used to select the variable microwave power level. If this button is pressed for more than 1.3 seconds, number is scrolled up automatically.
PROGRAM COOK 1. ROAST BEEF 2. ROAST PORK 3. ROAST CHICKEN 4. FISH FILLET 5. VEGETABLE
Function Button - Used to select desired oven operation.
MICROWAVE
GRILL
SPEEDY COOK

WEIGHT DEFROST TIME DEFROST
CONVECTION (TEMP COOK)
COMBINATION
DIAL KNOB - Used to enter the cooking time and weight input.
PIE
PROGRAM COOK
STOP/CLEAR
START/CLOCK
Stop/Clear Button - Used to pause or clear all information manually put into the oven.
Speedy Cook Button - Used to quickly program cooking time in 30 seconds increments.
Start/Clock Button - Used to start the selected cycle. -Used to set time.
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ACCESSORIES
This oven comes equipped with several accessories. They can be used in various ways to facilitate cooking. Be sure to follow specific directions for their use when given in charts or recipes in the cookbook.
n Rotating base
This fits over the shaft in the center of the oven’s cavity floor. This is to remain in the oven for all cooking. It should only be removed for cleaning.
n Turntable tray or turntable
This metal tray fits over the rotating base and locks into place.
This is to be used in the oven for all cooking. It rotates clockwise or counterclockwise during cooking. It is easily
removable for cooking and cleaning needs.
n Metal rack
Important:
The rotating base must be placed in the center of the oven’s cavity and fitted in the rotating shaft exactly. In case the rotating base does not fit in the rotating shaft, the rotating base might become as tray and sparks can occur.
n HOW TO USE THE ACCESSORIES OF COOKING
n Turntable
• COMBI. COOKING n Metal rack
• MICROWAVE COOKING • CONVECTION COOKING
• GRILL COOKING
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HOW TO SET THE OVEN CONTROLS
Tips:
• Be sure to read the cookbook's introduction before operating the oven.
• Also remember to read this operating instruction for proper safety information and instruction before using the oven.
• See the cookbook for specific recipes.
• Prior to setting the controls, place one cup of water in the oven, on a heat-proof glass measuring cup, for testing purposes.
3. Press
Button.
4. Turn the DIAL KNOB for
minute you want.
Note:
- Minute is blinking.
Note:
• The time setting has an interval of 10 seconds from 10 seconds to 5 minutes, 30 seconds from 5 minutes to 15 minutes, 1 minute from 15 minutes to 30 minutes. 2 minutes from 30 minutes to 60 minutes.
• At the end of each cooking, the cooling fan will run for time 5 minutes to cool the oven.(The display will show “cool” then the button is pressed after cooking.) However, you can proceed with further cooking immediately even in this stage.
5. Press
buttons.
n MICROWAVE COOKING
n CHILD LOCK
Note:
• To insure the best microwave and defrost results, be sure to start with a cool oven. This is important if grill, convection, or combination was used prior to microwave cooking. The cooling fan will run for 5 minutes after the end of cooking.
The variable power Level settings equal the following wattage.
To prevent child from operating the oven, install the childlock key.
1. Press button for 3
seconds.
“Loc” will show in the display
and all buttons do not
operate.
DISPLAY
P-HI
P-80
P-60
P-40
P-20
POWER LEVEL
100%
80%
60%
40%
20%
DISPLAY
P-90
P-70
P-50
P-30
P-10
POWER LEVEL
90%
70%
50%
30%
10%
2. Press stop button for 3
seconds once again, then
childlock is canceled.
SETTING THE CONTROLS
n CLOCK
1. Press button. The display will show “P-HI”. This oven has 10 power levels from P-HI to P-10.
This is a 24(12) hours clock.
When the oven is plugged in, “0” appears in the display window. The time of day will be displayed at all times, except when the oven is operating.
In case of a power failure or if the oven is unplugged, the clock has to be reset for the proper time. Once power is restored or the oven is plugged in, the display will show “0”.
2. Press the button to select
the desired microwave power
level.
M/W
For example: power level 80
Press more.
button two times
SETTING THE CONTROLS
3. Turn the DIAL KNOB for the
desired cooking time.
M/W
Example: 4:35
1. Press button for 3
seconds. Select 24Hr or
12Hr.(24Hr or 12Hr can be
selected alternatively as the
button is pressed in
sequence.)
For example:18minutes Turn right or left the DIAL KNOB.
Then, 18:00 will show in the dispaly. Time can be set up from 10 seconds to 60 minutes
Note:
• If step 2 is omitted, the oven will cook at full power.
2. Turn the DIAL KNOB for hour you want.
Note: • Hour is blinking.
4. Press
button.
The oven will now start microwave cook for 18 minutes at power level P-80.
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5. Four beeps will sound at the end of the cooking time.
2. Turn the DIAL KNOB for the
desired defrosting weight.
DEFROST WEIGHT TIME
The indicator light will go off. The display panel will return to the time of day. The oven light will turn off and the turntable will stop turning.
For example:2.3kg
3. Press
button.
Note:
CHANGING THE CONTROLS DURING THE OVEN OPERATIOHN
4. The display will show the
defrosting time.
kg
1. Press button. The display will show the current
power leve.
2. Press
button again to change the power level.
5. Four beeps will sound at the
end of the cooking time.
The indicator lights will go off. The display panel will return to
the time of day. The oven light will turn off and the turntable will
stop turning.
(If button is not pressed within 3 seconds, the display will show the operation mode.)
Note:
• When the selected operation is over, a cooling fan will run for 5 minutes.
Note:
• After the end of microwave cooking, the cooling fan will run for 5 minutes.
n GRILL COOKING
SETTING THE CONTROLS
1. Press
button.
n TIME DEFROST
Note:
• During the defrosting operation, turn the food over after you hear 4 times of 4 beeps for complete defrost.
Note:
• The heating element is located in the top of the oven.
2. Turn the dial knob for the
desired cooking time.
GRILL
SETTING THE CONTROLS
1. Press
button twice.
DEFROST WEIGHT TIME
2. Turn the DIAL KNOB for the
desired defrosting time.
For example: 25 minutes Time can be set up from 10 seconds to 60 minutes.
3. Press
button.
For example: 18 minutes
Time can be set up from 10 seconds to 60 minutes.
4. Four beeps will sound at the end of the cooking time.
The indicator light will go off. The display panel will return to
the time of day. The oven light will turn off and the turntable will
stop turning
3. Press
button.
4. Four beeps will sound at the end of the cooking time.
The indicator light will go off. The display panel will return to the time of day. The oven light will turn off and the turntable will stop turning.
Note:
• When the selected operation is over, a cooling fan will run for 5 minutes.
n WEIGHT DEFROST
To use:
• Place food on Metal Rack.
• Place the Metal Rack directly on the Turntable. • While Grilling, be careful as the trays will be hot to the touch. Use oven mitts while handling trays. • Never touch the oven window and metal interior of the oven when taking food in and out. The temperature inside the oven and door is quite high.
• Do not open the door so often, the temperature inside the oven decrease and the cooking may not complete in the setting time.
Note:
• This mode allows you to set weight from 0.1kg to 2.9kg • During the defrosting operation turn over the food after 4 beeps sound 4 times for complete defrosting.
METAL RACK
SETTING THE CONTROLS
TURNTABLE
1. Press
button.
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Note:
• When the selected operation is over, a cooling fan will run for 5 minutes.
SETTING THE CONTROLS
1. Press
button.
n CONVECTION COOKING
Note:
• This oven can be set between a minimum temperature of 100 C and a maximum temperature of 210 C. • The heating elements are locked in the top and under of the oven.
Press the 100 C
C
C
C
C
button for C C C C C C C C
TEMP COOK
For example:100 C
2. Press
button.
SETTING THE CONTROLS
Temperature of preheating and “PrE-”blink alternatively in the display.
1. Press
button.
Press the
button
for the desired temperature. 100 C 110 C 120 C 130 C 140 C 150 C 160 C 170 C 180 C 190 C 200 C 210 C 100 C
TEMP COOK
TEMP COOK
TEMP COOK
2. Turn the DIAL KNOB for the desired cooking time.
3.
For example:18 minutes
When preheating is completed, four beeps will sound four times.
Time can be set up from 10 seconds to 60 minutes.
Then, temperature of preheating blinks.
TEMP COOK
3. Press button.
TEMP
The oven will now start
COOK
convection cooking for 18 minutes at the desired temperature.
4. Open the door and place the food inside oven. Then, close
the door of the oven and set the desired cooking time.
4. Four beeps will sound at the end of the cooking time.
For example: 18 minutes
The indicator light will go off. The display panel will return to the time of day.
The oven light will turn off and the turntable will stop turning.
5. Press
buttton.
The oven will now start convection cooking for 18 minutes at 100 C. Four beeps will sound at the end of the cooking time.
Note:
• When the selected operation is over, a cooling fan will run for 5 minutes.
• You can check the preset timperature during the oven operation by pressing The preset temperature shown in the display will change into the cooking time after 3seconds.
The indicator light will go off. The display panel will return to the time of day. The oven light will turn off and the turntable will stop turning.
Note:
• When the selected operation is over, a cooling fan will run for 5 minutes.
• After preheating, you should cook immediately. • The preheated condition will last for 15 minutes at maximum then stop to protect the oven.
n PRE-HEAT
Note:
• This oven can be set between a minimum temperature of 100 C and a maximum temperature of 210 C. • This function must be used without the food inside the oven(before the food is placed in the cavity).
• The food must be placed after the preheating is over.
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n COMBI COOKING
n PROGRAM COOK
Note:
• Microwave and top heater operate simultaneously (of sequentially) in this mode.
• This oven can be set between a minimum temperature of 100˚C and a maximum temperature of 210˚C.
Note:
• Simultaneous Operation only.
• When the selected operation is over, a cooling fan will run for 5 minutes.
• You can check the preset temperature during the oven operation by pressing . The preset temperature shown in the display will change into the cooking time after 3 seconds.
DISPLAY
C-0
C-Hi C-Lo
POWER LEVEL
50%
70%
30%
(Above percentage in the power level indicates power level of microwave output)
Note:
• When using COMBI mode, please refer to cooking guide. • When cooki a large piece of food(e.g. Chicken, roast pork, etc.)steam or water droplets may leak from the door surround.
• This emissions do not mean that the oven is faulty.
SETTING THE CONTROLS
SETTING THE CONTROLS
1. Press
button.
"C-0" will show in the display.
2. Select the desired power
level.
Note:
• There is preprogrammed cooking of five menu. (1-5) • Don't need to set cooking time, power or function.
COMBI
For example:C-HI
1. Press
button
Press
button once again.
Then, "AC-1" will show in the display.
"C-HI" Will show in the display.
2. Select the desired cooking menu.
For example:roast pork.
3. Press the button for the
desired temperature.
Press
button once
100 C
C
C C
C C
C C
C C
C C
4. Turn the DIAL KNOB for the desired cooking time.
5. Press
button.
again then "AC-2" will show
in the display.
PROGRAM
3. If you want to select other
COOK
cooking, touch the button again, until display shows your
desired menu.
(• Sequential Operation Only)
4. Press
button.
SETTING THE CONTROLS
The oven will now start programmed cook for menu 2. The cooking time of the menu 2, roast pork, is 37 minutes.
1. Press
button.
5. The display will show the cooking time
“C” will show in the display.
COMBI
2. Press the button for the
desired temperature.
6. Four beeps will sound at the end of the cooking time.
The indicator light will go off. The display panel will return to
the time of day. The oven light will turn off and turntable will
stop turning.
100 C
C
C
C C C
C C C
C
C
C
C
3. Turn the DIAL KNOB for the desired cooking time.
4. Press
button.
Four beeps will sound at the end of the cooking time. The indicator light will go off. The display panel will return to the time of day. The oven light will turn off and the turntable will stop turning.
Note:
• The menu of pre-programmed cooks equal to the following
AC-1 ROAST BEEF (1.3Kg)
AC-2 ROAST PORK (1.3Kg)
AC-3 ROAST CHICKEN (1.3Kg)
AC-4 FISH FILLET (450g)
AC-5 VEGETABLE (450g)
• See the cooking guide for specific recipes.
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GENERAL GUIDE LINES
n TO INTERRUPT THE COOKING CYCLE
DURING OPERATION-open the door or
press stop/clear button.
3. Press
button.
4. Four beeps will sound at the end of the cooking time.
The indicator light will go off. The display panel will return to
Since microwave cooking to some extent is different from traditional cooking, the following general guidelines should be considered whenever you use your microwave oven
1. The oven will immediately stop.
2. The cooling fan will run for 5 minutes.
3. If no further cooking required, press STOP/CLEAR button. 4. The time of day is displayed. If you press stop/clear button
during cooling time, the “cool” is displayed.
5. To continue cooking, close the oven door and press
button. The oven will restart.
Note:
• When the operation is over, a cooling fan will run for 5 minutes.
If the food is undercooked
Check if:
• You have selected the correct power level.
• The selected time is sufficient-the times given in the recipes are approximate. They depend on initial temperature, weight and density of the food etc.
• The container is appropriate.
Covering food helps:
• To reduce spattering
• To shorten cooking times
• To retain food moisture
All covering, which will allow microwaves to pass through are suitable-See above “Which utensils can be used in the oven?”
the “time of day”. The oven light will turn off and the turntable
will stop turning.
n SPEEDY COOK
Releasing pressure in foods
Several foods are tightly covered by a skin or membrane. These foods should be pricked with a fork or cocktail stick to release the pressure and to prevent bursting, as steam builds up within them during cooking. This applies to potatoes, chicken livers, sausages, egg yolks and some fruits.
n GENERAL COOKING HINTS
1. When cooking a roast with an excess amount of fat, it is helpful
to remove the fat at turnove times to prevent pattering. 2. Prick the meats, fish or poultry with a fork to prevent bursting.
Steam builds up pressure in meals, fish or poultry which is
tightly covered by a skin or membrance.
3. Reduce suggested cooking times. It is always better to under-
cook foods rather than to overcook them. If a range of times is
stated in a recipe, cook the food at the minimum suggested
time, check for doneness, and then cook slightly longer if
necessary.
Note:
• The cooking time increases by 30 seconds from 30 seconds to 5 minutes.
If the food is overcooked,i.e. dried out or burnt Before you cook again, consider whether:
• The power level was too high.
• The set time was too long-the times in the recipes are approximate. They depend on initial temperature, weight and density of the food etc.
SETTING THE CONTROLS
1. Press
button.
M/W
2. " :30" will appear in the
display window.
n PIE COOK
3. Whenever this button is
pressed, cooking time is
increased by 30 seconds.
Points to remember when defrosting
• The shape of the package alters the defrosting time. Shallow rectangular packets defrost more quickly than a deep block. Separate pieces as they begin to defrost; freef low slices defrost more easily.
• Shield areas of food with small pieces of foil if they start to become warm.
• When defrosting, it is better to under thaw the food slightly and allow the process to finish during the standing time.
1. Press
button.
“PIE” will show in the display.
4. If the time was set this oven
will operate automatically after 2 seconds.
2. Turn the DIAL KNOB for the
desired cooking time.
PIE
5. Four beeps will sound at the end of the cooking time.
The indicator light will go off. The display panel will return to
the time of day. The oven light will turn off and the turntable will
stop turning.
The amount of food
The more food you want to prepare the longer it takes. A rule of thumb is that double amount of food requires almost double the time. If one potato takes four minutes to cook, approximately seven minutes are required to cook two potatoes.
Standing time
Always allow the food to stand for some time after using the oven. standing time after defrosting, cooking/reheating always improves the result since the temperature will then be evenly distributed through out the food.
In a microwave oven foods continue to cook even when the microwave energy is turned off. They are no longer cooking by microwaves, but they are still being cooked by the conduction of the high residual heat to the centre of the food. The length of standing time depends on the volume and density of the food. Sometimes it can be as short as the time it takes you to remove the food from the oven and take it to the serving table. However, with larger, denser foods, the standiing time may be as long as 10 minutes. During ‘standing’, the internal temperature of the food will rise by as much as 8˚C and the food will finish cooking in this time.
Starting temperature of food
The lower the temperature of the food which is being put into the microwave oven, the longer time it takes. Food at room temperature will be reheated more quickly than food at refrigerator temperature.
Arranging food
This is done in several ways in microwave cooking to give more even cooking results.
If you are cooking several items of the same
food such as jacket potatoes, place them in
a ring pattern for uniform cooking. When
cooking foods of uneven shapes or
thickness, place the smaller or thinner area of
the food towards the centre of the dish where it will be heated last.
Composition of the food
Food with a lot of fat and sugar will be heated faster than food containing a lot of water. fat and sugar will also reach a higher temperature than water in the cooking process. The more dense the food, the longer it takes to heat. “Very dense” food like meat takes longer time to reheat than lighter, more porous food like sponge cakes.
Size and shape
Smaller pieces of food will cook more quickly than larger pieces and uniform pieces of food cook more evenly than irregularly shaped foods.
With unevenly shaped food, the thinner parts will cook faster than the thicker areas. Place the thinner chicken wings and legs to the centre of the dish.
Uneven foods such as fish should be arranged in the oven with the tails to the centre. If you are saving a meal in the refrigerator or ‘plating’ a meal for reheating, arrange the thicker, denser foods to the outside of the plate and the thinner or less dense foods in the middle.
Place thin slices of meat on top of each other or interlace them. Thicker slices such as meat loaf and sausages have to be placed close to each other. Gravy or sauce should be reheated in a separate container.
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Stirring, turning of foods
Stirring and turning of foods are techniques used in conventional and well as in microwave cooking to distribute the heat quickly to the centre of the dish and avoid over- cooking at the outer edges of the food.
Choose a tall, narrow container rather than a low and wide container. When reheating gravy, sauce or soup, do not fill the container more than 2/3.
When you cook or reheat whole fish, score the skin this prevents cracking.
Shield the tail and head with small pieces of foil to prevent over-cooking but ensure
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KEEP THE OVEN CLEAN
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
TURNTABLE AND ROTATING BASE
These two parts are easily removable for cleaning. The turntable should be cleaned frequently and is dishwasher proof.
If food spills are accumulated under the rotating base, the oven will not operate efficiently. Be sure to wipe up any spills as they occur in this area.
You can often correct operating problems yourself. If your microwave/grill oven fails to work properly, locate the operating problem in the chart below and try the solutions marked for each problems.
If the microwave/grill oven still does not work properly, contact the nearest Service Center.
Note:
It is quite normal for steam to be emitted around the door during the cooking cycle. The door is not intended to seal the oven cavity completely but its special design contributes to the complete safety of the appliance.
Clean these parts as described in by the same method of cleaning inside the oven. Be sure to properly reinstall these parts into the cavity affer cleaning.
Note:
Do not use any other Turntable in the oven. Do not operate the oven without the Turntable and Rotating Base Properly in place.
Caution:
1. Do not attempt to operate the oven while empty as this will
cause damage.
2. As an exhaust is located in the rear of the oven, install the
oven so as not to block the outlet.
If the microwave/grill oven still does not work properly,
contact the nearest Service Center.
DOOR
While the oven door is still warm, any spatters or food soils should be wiped off with a damp sudsy cloth or sponge. Rinse with water and wipe dry with a cloth.
PROBLEM
INSIDE THE OVEN
The interior three side walls and floor are stainless steel. For easy cleaning, wipe spills and spatters as they occur with a damp cloth or sponge with water and a mild detergent. Rinse the cavity of any cleaning residue with a clean damp or sponge after cleaning. Dry with a soft cloth.
If steam or condensation appears around this area, wipe with a cloth. This may occur when the oven is operating under high humidity and with foods containing lots of moisture. This is a normal part of microwave cooking.
Oven will not start
X
X
X
X
Arcing or sparking
X
Unevenly cooked foods
X X
X
X
X
Overcooked foods
These areas can also cleaned by using plastic or nylon scouring pads recommended for use of Teflon and Silverstone*.
EXTERIOR
Undercooked foods
CONTROL PANEL
Excercise care when cleaning this area. To clean, wipe the panel with a slightly dampened cloth, using only water. Wipe dry. Do not scrub this area or use any sort of chemical cleaner. Avoid use of excess water.
Improper defrosting
X X
X
X X X
X
X
X
X
For hard to remove soil, use a mild non-abrasive cleaner. Use on the stainless steel areas, turntable and rotating base only.
FLOOR
A grill element is installed under the floor, and there are holes on the floor over the grill. Therefore, you must be very careful not to drop any waterdrops or spills over the holes. Do not wipe the holed-surface with a damp cloth or detergent Only use soft, clean and dry cloth.
OUTSIDE SURFACE
The outside surfaces should be cleaned with soap and water, rinsed and dried with a soft cloth. Do not use any type of household or abrasive cleanser.
SOLUTION
Is start button pressed?
Is power cord plugged in?
Is door closed?
When you clean the groove or floor with a damp cloth, you need to be careful not to touch the holed-surface.
Set the cooking time.
TOP SURFACE
Two quartz grill elements are installed on the top surface. As they are fragile, be careful not to press or grip them hard. Do not remove the grill elements to clean the surface.
Note:
• DO NOT USE ANY TYPE OF OVEN CLEANER ON ANY PART OF THE OVEN. It will damage some of the interior and exterior surfaces of the oven.
• In order to keep the good condition of your oven, clean the inside after each cooking.
Use approved cookware only.
Do not operate with oven empty.
Supplied tray must be used.
Warning
Just as your traditional oven becomes hot also this oven will become hot during use of the grill functions or in combination with microwaves. children should be supervised at all times when using the oven.
Turn of stir food.
Completely defrost food.
Turn correct dial knob / Press correct Function buttons
Check to see that oven ventilation parts are not blocked.
Open the door slightly and wait 10~15min. for cooling.
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Q: I accidentally ran my microwave oven without any
food in it. is it damaged?
A: We do not recommend to operating the microwave oven
without any food. However, running the oven empty for a
SHORT time will not damage the oven.
Q: Why does my oven light dim?
A: When cooking at reduced power level, the oven must
cycle to obtain the selected power levels. The oven light,
dims and clicking noises can be heard when the oven
cycles.
Q: Can I open the door when the oven is operating? A: The door can be opened anytime durng the oven
operation. Microwave energy will be instantly switched off
and the time setting will maintain until the door is closed.
Q: When is the oven light on and off?
A: The oven light is on during the cooking time and when the
door is opened.
Q: Does microwave energy pass through the viewing
screen in the door?
A: No. The metal screen bounces back the energy to the oven
cavity. The holes are made to allow light to pass through.
They do not let microwave energy pass through.
Q: Why does steam accumulate on the oven door? A: During cooking, steam is given off from the food. Most of
the steam is removed from the oven by the air which
circulates in the oven cavity.
However, some steam will condense on cooler surfaces
such as the oven door. This is normal.
Q: My microwave oven causes interference with my TV.
is this normal?
A: Some radio and TV interference might occur when you
cook with the microwave oven. This interference is similar
to the interference caused by small appliances such as
mixers, vacuums, blow dryers, etc. It does not indicate a
problem with your oven.
Q: Sometimes warm air comes from the oven vents.
Why?
A: The heat given off from the cooking food warms the air in
the oven cavity. This warmed air is carried out of the oven
by the air flow pattern in the oven. There are no
microwave in the air. The oven vents should never be
blocked during cooking.
Q: How can we know whether the oven is operating or
not?
A: Oven is operating only when the door is closed.
After the end of oven cooking, the cooling fan will run for
two minutes.
Q: Why does the smoke come out of the exhaust vent at
the back of oven?
A: It is normal for smoke to come out of the vents during
cooking. Smoke may be produced when food is
overcooked.
SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply
230V~, 50Hz
Power consumption
1450W
Microwave
Output power
1000W (IEC 705)
Frequency
2,450MHz
Grill power consumption
1200W
Convection power consumption
1550W
Combination heating power consumption
2600W(Simultaneous) / 1850W(Sequential)
Outside Dimension(WXDXH)
526(20.7)X496(19.5)X345(13.6)mm (inch)
Cavity Dimensions(WXDXH)
335(13.2)X339(13.3)X250(9.8)mm (inch)
Net Weight
Approx. 21.0Kg (46.3 lbs)
Timer
60 minutes
Select function
Microwave / Grill / Convection / Combination
Microwave power level
10 stages
15
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Q: I accidentally ran my microwave oven without any
food in it. is it damaged?
A: We do not recommend to operating the microwave oven
without any food. However, running the oven empty for a
SHORT time will not damage the oven.
Q: Why does my oven light dim?
A: When cooking at reduced power level, the oven must
cycle to obtain the selected power levels. The oven light,
dims and clicking noises can be heard when the oven
cycles.
Q: Can I open the door when the oven is operating? A: The door can be opened anytime durng the oven
operation. Microwave energy will be instantly switched off
and the time setting will maintain until the door is closed.
Q: When is the oven light on and off?
A: The oven light is on during the cooking time and when the
door is opened.
Q: Does microwave energy pass through the viewing
screen in the door?
A: No. The metal screen bounces back the energy to the oven
cavity. The holes are made to allow light to pass through.
They do not let microwave energy pass through.
Q: Why does steam accumulate on the oven door? A: During cooking, steam is given off from the food. Most of
the steam is removed from the oven by the air which
circulates in the oven cavity.
However, some steam will condense on cooler surfaces
such as the oven door. This is normal.
Q: My microwave oven causes interference with my TV.
is this normal?
A: Some radio and TV interference might occur when you
cook with the microwave oven. This interference is similar
to the interference caused by small appliances such as
mixers, vacuums, blow dryers, etc. It does not indicate a
problem with your oven.
Q: Sometimes warm air comes from the oven vents.
Why?
A: The heat given off from the cooking food warms the air in
the oven cavity. This warmed air is carried out of the oven
by the air flow pattern in the oven. There are no
microwave in the air. The oven vents should never be
blocked during cooking.
Q: How can we know whether the oven is operating or
not?
A: Oven is operating only when the door is closed.
After the end of oven cooking, the cooling fan will run for
two minutes.
Q: Why does the smoke come out of the exhaust vent at
the back of oven?
A: It is normal for smoke to come out of the vents during
cooking. Smoke may be produced when food is
overcooked.
SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply
230V~, 50Hz
Power consumption
1450W
Microwave
Output power
1000W (IEC 705)
Frequency
2,450MHz
Grill power consumption
1200W
Convection power consumption
1550W
Combination heating power consumption
2600W(Simultaneous) / 1850W(Sequential)
Outside Dimension(WXDXH)
526(20.7)X496(19.5)X345(13.6)mm (inch)
Cavity Dimensions(WXDXH)
335(13.2)X339(13.3)X250(9.8)mm (inch)
Net Weight
Approx. 21.0Kg (46.3 lbs)
Timer
60 minutes
Select function
Microwave / Grill / Convection / Combination
Microwave power level
10 stages
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