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PRIOR TO FIRST USE
•Remove all packaging from the microwave.
•Clean the device as described in Care and Maintenance.
•Before using the device check for any damage, especially on the door (3) and sealing of the door. Should
the device be damaged in any way, do not use it.
•Without the ball bearing (4) and rotation plate (6) properly installed you should not use the device. Insert
the ball bearing and place the rotation plate on the actuator (5).
•Make sure that the door opens and closes properly. Immediately remove any dirt or other contamination of
the doors sealing.
INSTALLMENT OF THE DEVICE
•No items should be placed on the device at any time.
•Place the device on a stable, flat surface.
•Make sure that there is enough space behind the device. The ventilation slots (1) should be kept free at all
times. Allow for at least 200mm of space above, 100mm behind and 50mm on the sides of the device.
•The feet of the device should never be removed.
•Do not position the device where it may be exposed to excessive heat or moisture, and check that no
flammable objects are in its immediate vicinity.
•Placing the device close to radio or TV devices may cause disturbances of their reception.
Advice on avoiding and eliminating disturbances of reception:
- Regularly clean the door and sealing of the door.
- Readjust the antenna of your radio or TV set.
- Increase the distance between your microwave and radio or TV set.
- Connect the microwave to a different power outlet than those of your radio or TV set.
•Make sure that the device is connected to a properly installed power outlet.
•The power plug (8) should always be easily accessible so as to allow immediate disconnection in case of
•The power cable (8) should run beneath the device and should not touch sharp edges or hot surfaces.
•The device is only designed for use indoors.
MICROWAVE POWER SETTING LEVELS
Low ........................................To keep meals or liquids warm
Defrost ....................................To de-freeze fish, meats, poultry, etc.
Med ........................................To gently warm meals and liquids
M. high....................................To heat previously de-frozen meals
High ........................................To quickly heat meals and liquids
•Open the door.
•Place meal or liquid and suitable container on the rotation plate. Place the thickest parts of the meal on the
sides of the container or plate.
•Cover meals with a suitable cover to allow equal distribution of heat. This also prevents squirting or drying
•Thin pieces of meat or poultry should be covered by a suitable foil to prevent excessive heating.
•If possible, stir once or twice from the outside towards the centre of the meal or liquid.
Moving or flipping meals
allow children to use the microwave unsupervised.
•Attention: Children should only be allowed to use the device after being sufficiently instructed on proper
use and possible dangers involved.
•Never connect the device to an improperly installed electric outlet. Check whether the power supply is
compatible to device, as specified on the devices labels.
•To avoid danger, a damaged power cable should only be replaced by a properly trained service technician.
•Repairs of the device should only be conducted by a service technician trained by the manufacturer.
Improper repairs may cause considerable danger for the user. Warning: It is very dangerous for anyone
other than a trained service technician to conduct any service or repair work that involve removal of any
parts of the device that insure protection from radiation of microwaves.
•The device should be cleaned and any food scraps should be removed after every use.
•If the device is not cleaned regularly, the life-expectancy of the surfaces of the device is considerably
diminished due to abrasion. Furthermore, the safety and functionality of the device may be influenced.
•This product is an ISM-Device of group 2 class B. Group 2 incorporates all ISM-devices (industrial,
medical and scientific) in which radio frequency energy is produced, and/or any form of exposure of
materials by electromagnetic radiation is used, as well as spark erosion devices. Class B incorporates
device that are intended for household use or that are used to feed the power supply of households.
Suitability of plates and utensils
•Only use plates and utensils that are marked as suitable for use in a microwave.
•Plates or bowls made from glass, porcelain, stone, ceramics, glass ceramics or heat-resistant synthetics is
suitable for use in a microwave. The use of transparent materials is preferable. Round containers are better
suitable than angled ones as meals tend to overheat in corners.
•Never place recycled paper in the microwave as this may contain tiny metal pieces that can cause sparks.
•Do not place anything made of, or containing gold or silver components, as this may cause sparks and will
ruin the metals.
•Never use sealed metal containers. Microwaves are deflected off the metal which may cause sparks.
Open, shallow containers made of metal such as tin-foil containers commonly provided for microwaveable
food may be used to warm instant meals.
•Tin-foil may be used in small amounts to cover tender parts of a meal such as when de-freezing poultry.
Make sure that the tin-foil cannot touch the sides of the microwave in any way. Try to keep a minimum
distance of 30mm from the sides of the microwave.
•Containers made of wood should not be used. When exposed to microwaves, wood can dry out and
ITEM Microwaveable Grill Combined operation
Heat-resistant glass Yes Suitable Suitable
Non-heat-resistant glass No Unsuitable Unsuitable
Heat-resistant ceramics Yes Suitable Suitable
Microwaveable plastics Yes Unsuitable Unsuitable
Kitchen cloth Yes Unsuitable Unsuitable
Metal bowls or sheets No Suitable Unsuitable
Metal lattice No Suitable Unsuitable
Tin-foil or containers with tin-foil No Suitable Unsuitable