Bauknecht EMCCD 6231 manual

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  • Brand: Bauknecht
  • Product: Microwave
  • Model/name: EMCCD 6231
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: German, Dutch, English

Table of Contents

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INSTALLATION
PRIOR TO CONNECTING
ENSURE THAT THE APPLIANCE IS NOT DAMAGED. Check
that the oven door closes firmly against the
door support and that the internal door seal is
not damaged. Empty the oven and clean the
interior with a soft, damp cloth.
AFTER CONNECTING
THE EARTHING OF THIS APPLIANCE is compulsory. The
manufacturer will accept no responsibility for
injury to persons, animals or damage to ob-
jects arising from the non-observance of this
requirement.
The manufacturers are not liable for any
problems caused by the user’s failure to ob-
serve these instructions.
DO NOT OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE if it has a damaged
mains cord or plug, if it is not working proper-
ly, or if it has been damaged or dropped. Do
not immerse the mains cord or plug in water.
Keep the cord away from hot surfaces. Electri-
cal shock, fire or other hazards may result.
DO NOT REMOVE THE MICROWAVE INLET PROTECTION
PLATES located on the side
of the oven cavity wall.
They prevent grease & food
particles from entering the
microwave inlet channels.
ENSURE the oven cavity is
empty before mounting.
CHECK THAT THE VOLTAGE on the rating plate corre-
sponds to the voltage in your home.
THE OVEN CAN BE OPERATED ONLY if the oven door is
firmly closed.
MOUNTING THE APPLIANCE
FOLLOW THE SUPPLIED separate mounting in-
structions when installing the appliance.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
DO NOT HEAT, OR USE FLAMMABLE MATERIALS in or
near the oven. Fumes can create a fire hazard
or explosion.
DO NOT USE YOUR MICROWAVE oven for drying tex-
tiles, paper, spices, herbs, wood, flowers, fruit
or other combustible materials. Fire could re-
sult.
DO NOT OVER-COOK FOOD. Fire could result.
DO NOT LEAVE THE OVEN UNATTENDED, especially
when using paper, plastic or other combusti-
ble materials in the cooking process. Paper can
char or burn and some plastics can melt if used
when heating foods.
IF MATERIAL INSIDE / OUTSIDE THE OVEN SHOULD IGNITE
OR SMOKE IS OBSERVED, keep oven door closed and
turn the oven off. Disconnect the power cord
or shut off power at the fuse or circuit break-
er panel.
READ CAREFULLY AND KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
ONLY ALLOW CHILDREN to use the appliance under
adult supervision and after adequate instructions
have been given, so that the child is able to use
the appliance in a safe way and understands the
hazards of improper use.
THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT INTENDED FOR use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, senso-
ry or mental capabilities, unless used under the
supervision of a person responsible for their safe-
ty.
ACCESSIBLE PARTS MAY BECOME HOT during use, young
children should be kept away
DO NOT USE YOUR MICROWAVE oven for heat-
ing anything in airtight sealed con-
tainers. The pressure increases
and may cause damage when
opening or may explode.
EGGS
DO NOT USE YOUR MICROWAVE oven for cook-
ing or reheating whole eggs with or
without shell since they may
explode even after microwave
heating has ended.
THE DOOR SEALS AND THE DOOR SEAL AREAS must be reg-
ularly inspected for damage. If these areas are
damaged the appliance should not be operat-
ed until it has been repaired by a trained service
technician.
DO NOT USE corrosive chemicals or vapors in this
appliance. This type of oven is specifically de-
signed to heat or cook food. It is not designed
for industrial or laboratory use.
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GENERAL
THIS APPLIANCE IS DESIGNED FOR DOMESTIC USE ONLY!
THE APPLIANCE SHOULD NOT BE OPERATED without food
in the oven when using microwaves. Operation in
this manner is likely to damage the appliance.
IF YOU PRACTICE OPERATING the oven, put a glass
of water inside. The water will absorb the mi-
crowave energy and the oven will not be dam-
aged.
REMOVE WIRE TWIST-TIES from paper or
plastic bags before placing bag in
the oven.
DEEPFRYING
DO NOT USE YOUR MICROWAVE oven for deep-
frying, because the oil temperature
cannot be controlled.
LIQUIDS
E.G. BEVERAGES OR WATER. Overheating the liquid
beyond boiling point can occur
without evidence of bubbling.
This could result in a sudden
boil over of the hot liquid.
To prevent this possibility the
following steps should be taken:
1. Avoid using straight-sided containers with
narrow necks.
2. Stir the liquid before placing the container
in the oven and let the teaspoon remain
in the container.
3. After heating, allow standing for a short
time, stirring again before carefully re-
moving the container from the oven.
CAREFUL
ALWAYS REFER to a microwave cookbook for de-
tails. Especially, if cooking or reheating food
that contains alcohol.
AFTER HEATING BABY FOOD or liquids in a
baby bottle or in a baby food
jar, always stir and check the
temperature before serving.
This will ensure that the heat is evenly distributed
and the risk of scalding or burns can be avoided.
Ensure the Lid and the Teat is removed be-
fore heating!
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
USE HOT PADS OR OVEN MITTS to prevent burns,
when touching containers, oven parts, and
pan after cooking.
DO NOT USE THE CAVITY for any storage purposes.
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ACCESSORIES
GENERAL
IF ACCESSORIES CONTAINING METAL comes in contact
with the oven interior, while the oven is in op-
eration, sparking can occur and the oven could
be damaged.
TURNTABLE SUPPORT
USE THE TURNTABLE SUPPORT under the
Glass turntable. Never put any oth-
er utensils on the turntable sup-
port.
Fit the turntable support in the oven.

GLASS TURNTABLE
USE THE GLASS TURNTABLE with all cooking meth-
ods. It collects the dripping juic-
es and food particles that other-
wise would stain and soil the in-
terior of the oven.
Place the Glass turntable on the turntable

support.
ENSURE THAT THE UTENSILS YOU USE are oven proof
and allow microwaves to
pass through them before
cooking.
WHEN YOU PUT FOOD AND ACCESSORIES in the micro-
wave oven, ensure that they do not come in
contact with the interior of the oven.
This is especially important with accesso-
ries made of metal or metal parts.
ALWAYS ENSURE that the turntable is able to turn
freely before starting the oven.
CRISP HANDLE
USE THE SUPPLIED SPECIAL CRISP HAN-
DLE to remove the hot Crisp plate
from the oven.
CRISP-PLATE
PLACE THE FOOD DIRECTLY ON THE CRISP-PLATE.
Always use the Glass turn-
table as support when us-
ing the Crisp-plate.
DO NOT PLACE ANY UTENSILS on the
Crisp-plate since it will quickly be-
come very hot and is likely to cause
damage to the utensil.
THE CRISP-PLATE may be preheated before use
(max. 3 min..). Always use the Crisp function
when preheating the crisp-plate.
THERE ARE a number of accessories available on
the market. Before you buy, ensure they are
suitable for microwave use.
START PROTECTION / KEY LOCK
THIS AUTOMATIC SAFETY FUNCTION IS ACTIVATED ONE
MINUTE AFTER the oven has returned to
“stand by mode“. (The oven is in
“stand by” when the 24-hour clock is
displayed or if the clock has not been
set, when the display is blank).
THE DOOR MUST BE OPENED AND CLOSED e.g. putting
food into it, before the safety lock is released.
Else the display will show “DOOR”.
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DONENESS (AUTO FUNCTIONS ONLY)
DONENESS IS AVAILABLE in most of the auto func-
tions. You have the possibility to personal-
ly control the end result through the Adjust
doneness feature. This feature enables you to
achieve higher or lower end temperature com-
pared to the default standard setting.
WHEN USING one of these functions the oven
chooses the default standard setting. This set-
ting normally gives you the best result. But if
the food you heated became too warm to eat
at once, you can easily adjust this before you
use that function the next time. NOTE:
THE DONENESS can only be set or altered during
the first 20 seconds of operation.
WHEN USING SOME OF THE AUTO FUNCTIONS the oven
may stop (depending on the chosen program
and food class) and prompt you to STIR FOOD
or TURN FOOD.
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STIR OR TURN FOOD (AUTO FUNCTIONS ONLY)
THIS IS DONE BY SELECTING A DONENESS LEVEL with the
+/- buttons right after you have pressed the
Start button.
NOTE: THE OVEN CONTINUES AUTOMATICALLY AFTER 1
MIN if the food hasn’t been turned / stirred. The
heating time will be longer in this case.
TO CONTINUE COOKING:
Open the door.

Stir or turn the food.

Close the door and restart by pressing the

Start button.
DONENESS
LEVEL EFFECT
HIGH +2 YIELDS HIGHEST END TEMPERATURE
HIGH +1 YIELDS HIGHER END TEMPERATURE
MED 0 DEFAULT STANDARD SETTING
LOW -1 YIELDS LOWER END TEMPERATURE
LOW -2 YIELDS LOWEST END TEMPERATURE
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FOOD
.
3 TRY
POUL (100g -
(100g - 2.0Kg)
MEAT
WHEN USING THE AUTO FUNCTIONS the oven needs
to know which food class it is to use to reach
proper results. The word FOOD and a food
class digit is displayed when you are choosing
a food class with the +/- buttons.
COOLING DOWN
WHEN A FUNCTION IS FINISHED, the oven may carry
out a cooling procedure. This is normal.
After this procedure the oven switches off au-
tomatically.
AUTO FUNCTIONS the oven needs
FOOD CLASSES (AUTO FUNCTIONS ONLY)
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THE TABLES and if the
weight is lesser or greater than recommended
weights, you should follow the procedure for
”Cook & Reheat with microwaves”.
THE FOOD CLASSES are listed in the tables placed
with each Auto function.
THE COOLING PROCEDURE can be interrupted with-
out any harm to the oven by opening the door.
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CLOCK SETTING
KEEP THE DOOR OPEN WHILE SETTING THE
CLOCK. This gives you 5 minutes to
complete the setting of the Clock.
Otherwise, each step must be ac-
complished within 60 seconds.
WHEN THE APPLIANCE IS FIRST PLUGGED
IN it will ask you to set the Clock.
AFTER A POWER FAILURE the Clock will
flash and needs to be reset.
YOUR OVEN HAS a number of func-
tions which can be adjusted to
your personal taste.
CHANGING SETTINGS
. PRESS THE MANUAL BUTTON ( ) until Setting is shown.
3 USE THE +/- BUTTONS to choose one of the following settings to adjust.
Clock

Sound

ECO

Brightness

$ PRESS THE STOP BUTTON TO EXIT the settings function and save
all your changes when you are done.
. PRESS THE OK BUTTON. (The left right hand digits (hours) flicker).
3 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the hours.
$ PRESS THE OK BUTTON. (The two right hand digits (minutes) flicker).
/ PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the minutes.
1 PRESS THE OK BUTTON again to confirm the change.
THE CLOCK IS SET AND IN OPERATION.
IF YOU WISH TO REMOVE THE CLOCK from the display once it has been set,
simply enter the clock setting mode again and press the Stop but-
ton while the digits flicker.
.
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3 $
SOUND SETTING
. PRESS THE OK BUTTON.
3 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to turn the buzzer ON or OFF.
$ PRESS THE OK BUTTON again to confirm the change.
ECO
. PRESS THE OK BUTTON.
3 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to turn the ECO setting ON or OFF.
$ PRESS THE OK BUTTON again to confirm the change.
WHEN ECO IS ON, the display will automatically turn off after a while
to save energy. It will automatically light up again when a button is
pressed or the door is opened.
WHEN OFF IS SET, the display will not turn off and the 24 h clock will
always be visible.
CHANGING SETTINGS
.
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USE THIS FUNCTION when you need
a kitchen timer to measure exact
time for various purposes such
as cooking eggs or letting the
dough rise before baking etc.
KITCHEN TIMER
. PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the desired length of the timer.
3 PRESS THE OK BUTTON.
AN ACOUSTIC SIGNAL will be heard when the timer has finished to
count down.
PRESSING THE STOP BUTTON before the timer has finished will reset the
timer to zero.
CHANGING SETTINGS
BRIGHTNESS
. PRESS THE OK BUTTON.
3 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the level of brightness suitable to your preference.
$ PRESS THE OK BUTTON. again to confirm your selection.
.
3 $
. 3
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COOK & REHEAT WITH MICROWAVES
USE THIS FUNCTION for normal cooking and reheating, such as vegetables, fish, potatoes and meat.
. PRESS THE MANUAL BUTTON ( ) repeatedly until you find the microwave function.
3 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the microwave power level.
$ PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
/ PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the cooking time.
1 PRESS THE START BUTTON.
POWER LEVEL
ONCE THE COOKING PROCESS HAS BEEN STARTED:
The time can easily be increased in 30-second steps by pressing
the Start button. Each press increases the time with 30 seconds. You
may also alter the time by pressing the +/- buttons to increase or
decrease the time.
BY PRESSING THE << BUTTON you may return to where you can
change cooking time and power level. Both can be altered
with the +/- buttons during cooking.
. 3
/ $ 1
MICROWAVES ONLY
POWER SUGGESTED USE:
1000 W
REHEATING OF BEVERAGES, water, clear soups, coffee, tea or other food with a high water
content. If the food contains egg or cream choose a lower power.
800 W COOKING OF VEGETABLES, meat etc.
650 W COOKING OF fish.
500 W
MORE CAREFUL COOKING e.g. high protein sauces, cheese and egg dishes and to finish cook-
ing casseroles.
350 W SIMMERING STEWS, melting butter & chocolate.
160 W DEFROSTING. Softening butter, cheeses.
90 W SOFTENING Ice cream
0 W WHEN USING the Timer only.
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RAPID START
. PRESS THE MANUAL BUTTON ( ) repeatedly until you find the Crisp function.
3 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the cooking time.
$ PRESS THE START BUTTON.
CRISP
. PRESS THE START BUTTON TO AUTOMATICALLY START with full microwave power level
and the cooking time set to 30 seconds. Each additional press increases the
time with 30 seconds.
THIS FUNCTION IS USED for quick re-
heating of food with a high water
content such as; clear soups, cof-
fee or tea.
YOU MAY ALSO ALTER THE TIME BY PRESSING THE +/- BUTTONS to increase or
decrease the time after the function has started.
USE THIS FUNCTION TO reheat and
cook pizzas and other dough
based food. It is also good for fry-
ing bacon and eggs, sausages,
hamburgers etc.
THE OVEN AUTOMATICALLY use Microwaves and Grill in order to heat the
Crisp-plate. This way the Crisp-plate will rapidly reach its working
temperature and begin to brown and crisp the food.
ENSURE that the Crisp-plate is correctly placed in the middle of the
Glass turntable.
THE OVEN AND THE CRISP-PLATE become very hot when using this func-
tion.
DO NOT PLACE THE HOT CRISP-PLATE on any surface susceptible to heat.
BE CAREFUL, NOT TO TOUCH the ceiling beneath the Grill element.
USE OVEN MITTENS
or the special Crisp handle supplied when removing the hot
Crisp-plate.
ONLY USE the supplied Crisp plate with this function. Other available
Crisp plates on the market will not give
the correct result when using this func-
tion.
.
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GRILL
. PRESS THE MANUAL BUTTON ( ) repeatedly until you find the Grill function.
3 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the cooking time.
$ PRESS THE START BUTTON.
GRILL COMBI
. PRESS THE MANUAL BUTTON ( ) repeatedly until you find the Grill Combi function.
3 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the microwave power level.
$ PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
/ PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the cooking time.
1 PRESS THE START BUTTON.
THE MAX. POSSIBLE microwave power level when
using the Grill Combi is limited to a factory-
preset level.
USE THIS FUNCTION TO brown the sur-
face of foods.
TURN FOOD during cooking.
ENSURE THAT THE UTENSILS used are heat resistant and ovenproof before
grilling with them.
DO NOT USE PLASTIC utensils when grilling. They will melt. Items of wood or
paper are not suitable either.
USE THIS FUNCTION TO cook such
food as Gratins, Lasagne, Poultry
and Baked potatoes.
3
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3
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/
1
GRILL COMBI
POWER SUGGESTED USE:
650 W COOKING Vegetables & Gratins
350 - 500 W COOKING Poultry & Lasagne
160 - 350 W COOKING Fish & frozen gratins
160 W COOKING Meat
90 W GRATINATING fruit
0 W BROWNING only during cooking
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MANUAL DEFROST
FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE for “Cook & Reheat with
microwaves” and choose power level 160 W
when defrosting manually.
CHECK AND INSPECT THE FOOD REGULARLY. Experi-
ence will give you the times needed for vari-
ous amounts.
TURN LARGE JOINTS halfway through the defrost-
ing process.
FROZEN FOOD IN PLASTIC BAGS, plastic films or card-
board packages can be placed directly in the
oven as long as the package has no met-
al parts (e.g. metal twist ties).
THE SHAPE OF THE PACKAGE alters the de-
frosting time. Shallow packets defrost
more quickly than a deep block.
SEPARATE PIECES as they begin to defrost.
Individual slices defrost more easily.
SHIELD AREAS OF FOOD with small
pieces of aluminum foil if
they start to become warm
(e.g. chicken legs and wing
tips).
BOILED FOOD, STEWS AND MEAT SAUCES defrost
better if stirred during defrosting time.
WHEN DEFROSTING it is better to under-
thaw the food slightly and allow the
process to finish during standing time.
STANDING TIME AFTER DEFROSTING AL-
WAYS IMPROVES the result since
the temperature will then be
evenly distributed through-
out the food.
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AUTO REHEAT
. PRESS THE AUTO BUTTON repeatedly until you find the Auto Reheat function.
3 PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
$ PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to select food class. (“FOOD” and food class is displayed).
/ PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
1 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the weight.
4 PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection.
2 PRESS THE START BUTTON.
$
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USE THIS FUNCTION when reheating
ready-made food either frozen,
chilled or room tempered.
PLACE FOOD onto a microwave-safe
heat proof dinner plate or dish.
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WHEN YOU ARE SAVING a meal in the refrigerator
or ”plating” a meal for reheating, arrange the
thicker, denser food to the out-
side of the plate and
the thinner or less
dense food in the
middle.
ALWAYS COVER FOOD when using this function ex-
cept when reheating chilled soups in which
case a cover is not needed!
IF THE FOOD IS PACKAGED in such way that
it already have a cover, the package
should be cut with 2-3 scores to allow
for excess pressure to escape during re-
heating.
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.
PLASTIC FOIL should be scored or
pricked with a fork, to relieve
the pressure and to prevent
bursting, as steam builds-up
during cooking.
1-2 MINUTES STANDING TIME ALWAYS
IMPROVES the result, especially
for frozen food.
AUTO REHEAT
FOOD HINTS
.DINNER PLATE (250g - 500g)
PREPARE FOOD in line with recommendations above.
Heat under cover.
3SOUP (200g - 800g)
REHEAT UNCOVERED in separate bowls or in a large
one.
$FROZEN PORTION (250g - 500g)
FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS ON PACKAGE, IE. ventilation,
pricking and so on.
/BEVERAGE (0,1 - 0,5l)
HEAT UNCOVERED and use a metal spoon in a mug
or cup.
1FROZEN LASAGNE (250g - 500g) PLACE in an ovenproof and microwave safe dish.
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THIS TABLE and if the weight is lesser or greater than recommended weight,
you should follow the procedure for ”Cook & Reheat with microwaves”.
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RAPID DEFROST
. PRESS THE AUTO BUTTON repeatedly until you find the Rapid Defrost function.
3 PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
$ PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to select food class. (“FOOD” and food class is displayed).
/ PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
1 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the weight.
4 PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection.
2 PRESS THE START BUTTON.
$
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/
4
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USE THIS FUNCTION for defrosting
Meat, Poultry, Fish, Vegetables
and Bread.
Rapid Defrost should only be used
if the net weight is between 100
g- 2.5 kg.
ALWAYS PLACE THE FOOD on the glass
turntable.
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FROZEN FOODS:
IF THE FOOD IS WARMER than deep-freeze temperature (-18°C),
choose lower weight of the food.
IF THE FOOD IS COLDER than deep-freeze temperature (-18°C),
choose higher weight of the food.
WEIGHT:
THIS FUNCTION NEEDS TO KNOW the net weight of the food. The
oven will then automatically calculate the needed time to
finish the procedure.
IF THE WEIGHT IS LESSER OR GREATER THAN RECOMMENDED WEIGHT: Follow the
procedure for“Cook & Reheat with microwaves”and choose 160 W
when defrosting.
RAPID DEFROST
FOOD HINTS
.MEAT (100g - 2.0Kg)
Minced meat, cutlets, steaks or roasts.
TURN FOOD when oven prompts.
3POULTRY (100g - 2.5Kg)
Chicken whole, pieces or fillets.
TURN FOOD when oven prompts.
$FISH (100g - 1.5Kg)
Whole, steaks or fillets.
TURN FOOD when oven prompts.
/VEGETABLES (100g - 1.5Kg)
Mixed vegetables, peas, broccoli etc.
TURN FOOD when oven prompts.
1BREAD (100g - 1.0Kg)
Loaf, buns or rolls.
TURN FOOD when oven prompts.
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THIS TABLE and if the weight is lesser or greater than recommended weight,
you should follow the procedure for “Cook and reheat with microwaves” and choose 160 W when
defrosting.
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AUTO CRISP
. PRESS THE AUTO BUTTON repeatedly until you find the Auto Crisp function.
3 PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
$ PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to select food class. (“FOOD” and food class is displayed).
/ PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
1 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the weight.
4 PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection.
2 PRESS THE START BUTTON.
USE THIS FUNCTION TO quickly reheat
your food from frozen to serving
temperature.
AUTO CRISP IS USED ONLY for frozen
ready made food.
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2
FOOD HINTS
.FRENCH FRIES (200g - 500g)
SPREAD OUT THE FRIES in an even layer on the
crispplate. Sprinkle with salt if desired.
STIR FOOD when oven prompts.
3PIZZA, thin crust (200g - 600g) FOR PIZZAS with thin crust.
$PAN PIZZA (300g - 800g) FOR PIZZAS with thick crust.
/CHICKEN WINGS (200g - 500g)
FOR CHICKEN NUGGETS, oil the crispplate and
cook with donness set to Lo 2.
TURN FOOD when oven prompts.
1QUICHE (200g - 500g) FOR QUICHE and pies.
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THIS TABLE and if the weight is lesser or greater than recommended weight,
you should follow the procedure for “Cook and reheat with microwaves”
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AUTO SOFT
. PRESS THE AUTO BUTTON repeatedly until you find the Auto Soft function.
3 PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
$ PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to select food class. (“FOOD” and food class is displayed).
/ PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
1 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the weight.
4 PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection.
2 PRESS THE START BUTTON.
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2
USE THIS FUNCTION TO soften food
for easier handling.
AUTO SOFT IS USED for foods listed
in the table below.
FOOD HINTS
.BUTTER (50g - 100g)
TURN FOOD when oven prompts.
STIR also after softening.
3MARGARINE (50g - 100g)
TURN FOOD when oven prompts.
STIR ALSO after softening.
$ICE CREAM (0,5l - 1,0l)
TURN FOOD when oven prompts.
SERVE quickly before further melting.
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THIS TABLE and if the weight is lesser or greater than recommended
weight, you should follow the procedure for “Cook and reheat with microwaves”
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AUTO MELT
. PRESS THE AUTO BUTTON repeatedly until you find the Auto Melt function.
3 PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
$ PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to select food class. (“FOOD” and food class is displayed).
/ PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
1 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the weight.
4 PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection.
2 PRESS THE START BUTTON.
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4
2
USE THIS FUNCTION TO easily melt
foods without spattering.
AUTO MELT IS USED for foods listed
in the table below
FOOD HINTS
.BUTTER (50g - 200g)
STIR FOOD when oven prompts.
STIR ALSO after melting.
3MARGARINE (50g - 200g)
STIR FOOD when oven prompts.
STIR ALSO after melting.
$CHOCOLATE (50g - 200g)
BREAK into smaller pieces.
STIR FOOD when oven prompts.
STIR ALSO after melting.
PLEASE NOTE: Chocolate with high content of
cocoa, may require Doneness level high (+2)
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THIS TABLE and if the weight is lesser or greater than recommended
weight, you should follow the procedure for “Cook and reheat with microwaves”
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AUTO COOK
USE THIS FUNCTION FOR cooking
ONLY. Auto Cook can only be
used for food belonging to the
categories listed in the table.
PLACE FOOD onto a microwave-safe
heat proof dinner plate or dish.
. PRESS THE AUTO BUTTON repeatedly until you find the Auto Cook function.
3 PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
$ PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to select food class. (“FOOD” and food class is displayed).
/ PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection. You will automatically be taken to the next
setting.
1 PRESS THE +/- BUTTONS to set the weight.
4 PRESS THE OK BUTTON to confirm your selection.
2 PRESS THE START BUTTON.
$ 3
/
.
4
1
2
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PLASTIC FOIL should be scored
or pricked with a fork,
to relieve the pres-
sure and to prevent
bursting, as steam
builds-up during
cooking.
AUTO COOK
CANNED VEGETABLES: Always open the can and
pour the content into a microwave safe
dish. Never cook the vegetables in the
tin packaging.
COOK fresh, frozen or canned vegetables
covered.
RECOMMENDED WEIGHTS
.BAKED POTATOES (200g - 1Kg)
PRICK THE POTATOES and place them in a mi-
crowave safe and oven proof dish. Turn the
potatoes when the oven beeps. Please be
aware that the oven, dish and food are hot.
TURN FOOD when oven prompts.
3FRESH VEGETABLES (200g - 800g)
CUT VEGETABLES into even size pieces. Add
2-4 table spoons water and cover. Stir when
oven beeps.
STIR FOOD when oven prompts.
$FROZEN VEGETABLES (200g - 800g)
COOK UNDER COVER. Stir when oven beeps.
STIR FOOD when oven prompts.
/CANNED VEGETABLES (200g - 600g) COOK IN A MICROWAVE SAFE dish with cover.
1POPCORN (100g)
ONLY COOK ONE BAG at the time. If more pop-
corn is needed, cook the bags one after an-
other.
FOR FOOD NOT LISTED IN THIS TABLE and if the weight is lesser or greater than recommended weight,
you should follow the procedure for “Cook and reheat with microwaves”
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MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
CLEANING IS THE ONLY MAINTENANCE normally re-
quired.
DISHWASHER SAFE:
TURNTABLE SUPPORT.
GLASS TURNTABLE.
CRISP HANDLE.
FAILURE TO MAINTAIN THE OVEN in a clean condition
could lead to deterioration of the surface that
could adversely affect the life of the appliance
and possibly result in a hazardous situation.
DO NOT USE METAL SCOURING PADS,
ABRASIVE CLEANSERS, steel-
wool pads, gritty wash-
cloths, etc. which can
damage the control pan-
el, and the interior and exterior oven sur-
faces. Use a sponge with a mild detergent
or a paper towel with spray glass cleaner.
Apply spray glass cleaner to a paper towel.
DO NOT SPRAY directly on the oven.
AT REGULAR INTERVALS, especially if spill
overs have occurred, remove the
turntable, the turntable support
and wipe the base of the oven
clean.
THIS OVEN IS DESIGNED to operate with the turnta-
ble in place.
DO NOT operate the microwave oven
when the turntable has been removed
for cleaning.
USE A MILD DETERGENT, water and a soft cloth to
clean the interior surfaces, front and rear of the
door and the door opening.
DO NOT ALLOW GREASE or food particles to
build up around the door.
DO NOT USE STEAM CLEANING APPLIANCES when
cleaning your microwave oven.
ADDING SOME LEMON JUICE to a cup of water, plac-
ing this on the turntable and boiling for a few
minutes can eliminate odors inside the oven.
FOR STUBBORN STAINS, boil a cup of water in the
oven for 2 or 3 minutes. Steam will soften the
marks.
CAREFUL CLEANING:
THE CRISP-PLATE should be cleaned
in mild, detergent water.
Heavily soiled areas can
be cleaned with a scouring
sponge and a mild cleanser.
ALWAYS let the crisp-plate cool off before clean-
ing.
DO NOT immerse or rinse with water while
the crisp-plate is hot. Quick cooling may
damage it.
DO NOT USE STEEL-WOOL PADS. This will
scratch the surface.
THE GRILL ELEMENT does not need cleaning since
the intense heat will burn off any splashes, but
the cavity ceiling below it may need regular
cleaning. This should be done with warm wa-
ter, detergent and a sponge. If the Grill is not
used regularly, it should be run for 10 minutes
a month to burn off any splashes, in order to
reduce the risk of fire.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
IF THE OVEN DOES NOT WORK, do not make a service
call until you have made the following checks:
The Turntable and turntable support is in

place.
The Plug is properly inserted in the wall

socket.
The Door is properly closed.

Check your Fuses and ensure that there is

power available.
Check that the oven has ample ventilation.

Wait for 10 minutes, then try to operate the

oven once more.
Open and then close the door before you

try again.
THIS IS TO AVOID unnecessary calls for which you
will be charged.
When calling for Service, please give the serial
number and type number of the oven (see Ser-
vice label). Consult your warranty booklet for
further advice.
IF THE MAINS CORD NEEDS REPLACING it should
be replaced by the original
mains cord, which is avail-
able via our service organi-
zation. The mains cord may
only be replaced by a trained
service technician.
SERVICE ONLY TO BE CARRIED OUT
BY A TRAINED SERVICE TECHNICIAN.
It is hazardous for anyone oth-
er than a trained person to carry
out any service or repair oper-
ation, which involves the re-
moval of any cover, which gives pro-
tection against exposure to microwave
energy.
DO NOT REMOVE ANY COVER.
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IN ACCORDANCE WITH IEC 60705.
THE INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION has developed a standard for comparative testing of
heating performance of different microwave ovens. We recommend the following for this oven:
I IEC 60705
DATA FOR TEST HEATING PERFORMANCE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
SUPPLY VOLTAGE 230 V/50 HZ
RATED POWER INPUT 2300 W
FUSE 10 A
MW OUTPUT POWER 1000 W
GRILL 800 W
OUTER DIMENSIONS (HXWXD) 385 X 595 X 468
INNER DIMENSIONS (HXWXD) 200 X 405 X 380
Test Amount Approx. time Power level Container
12.3.1 1000 g 11 min 750 W Pyrex 3.227
12.3.2 475 g 5 min 750 W Pyrex 3.827
12.3.3 900 g 15 min 750 W Pyrex 3.838
13.3 500 g 2 min 12 sec Rapid defrost
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Whirlpool
Sweden
AB
4619-694-70161
GB
ENVIRONMENTAL HINTS
THE PACKING BOX may be fully re-
cycled as confirmed by the re-
cycling symbol. Follow lo-
cal disposal regulations. Keep
potentially hazardous pack-
aging (plastic bags, polysty-
rene etc.) out of the reach of chil-
dren.
THIS APPLIANCE is marked according to the Euro-
pean directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By ensuring
this product is disposed of correctly, you will
help prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment and human health, which
could otherwise be caused by inappropriate
waste handling of this product.
THE SYMBOL on the prod- uct, or on the docu-
ments accompanying the
product, indicates that this
appliance may not be treated
as household waste. Instead
it shall be handed over to the
applicable collection point
for the recycling of electrical
and electronic equipment.
DISPOSAL must be carried
out in accordance with lo-
cal environmental regula-
tions for waste disposal.
FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION about treatment,
recovery and recycling of this product, please
contact your local city office, your household
waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
BEFORE SCRAPPING, cut off the mains cord so that
the appliance cannot be connected to the
mains.

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