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ReadThis Use and Care Book
Takethetimeto readthisbookandlearnhowto enjoy
your new MicrowaveOven.it containsdetailedoper-
to help you gain maximum benefits
your MicrowaveOven.Once you havereadthe
book, keepit handyto answeranyquestionsyou may
If you haveany additionalquestionsccmcerningthe
operationof your MicrowaveOven,write—including
contact the dealer (or builder) from whom you pur-
chased it. They have been informed of the proper
procedure to take care of such matters and can
handleit for you.
It is important that we, the manufacturer,know the
locationofyour MicrowaveOvenshoulda needoccur
Pleasecheck with your supplier to be sure he has
registeredyou as the owner; also send in your Pur-
chaseRecordCard, If you move,or if you are not the
original purchaserpleasewrite to us, stating model
and serial numbers.This appliancemust be regis-
Record and Serial
Your MicrowaveOvenhas a nameplatecmwhich is
stamped the model number and serial number.
(Seepage5 for location.)
Model and serial numbersare
also cm the Purchase
RecordCard which camewith your MicrowaveOven.
Recordthe numbersin the spacesbelow.
Pleasereferto both modeland serialnumbers
future corrcxponcfcmtw or product service calls con-
BeforeYou Cdl for Service
Check “Common Problems” section. (See page 20.)
It lists many minor causes of operating problems
that you can correct yourself and may save you an
unnecessary service call.
If ‘YOLUNeed Service
[n many cities, there’s a General Electric Factory
Service Center. Caii, and a radio-dispatched truck
will come to your home by appointment—-morning
or afternoon. Charge the work, if you like. All the
centers accept both Master Card and Visa cards.
(SeeInside Back Cover.)
Or look for General Electric franchised Customer
Care@servicers. You’ll find them in the Yellow
Pages under “GENERAL ELECTRIC CUSTOMER
CARE@SERVICE” or “GENERAL
If you need serviceIlteraturt?,partslists,partsor
accesfmrhn,contact one of the Factory Service
Centers, a franchised Customer Care@servicer or
your General Electric dealer.
ExtendedServiceContracts:The terms of your war-
ranty provide free service covering failures due to
manufacturingdefectsfor a definite
period of time.
After \his warranty expires you may purchase an
ExtendedServiceContract which will enableyou to
budget your service needs.This coverage beyond
It is agood ideato applyfor thiscoveragebeforeyour
to Follow for FurtherHelp
First,contact the people who servicedyour micro-
waveoven Explainwhy you are dissatisfied.In most
cases,this will solvethe problem.
Next,ifyou are still dissatisfied,write all the details–
Finally,If your problemis still not resolved,write:
Major ApplianceConsumerAction Panel
This panel, known as MACAP, is a group of inde-
pendentconsumm’experts under the sponsorshipof
wwral industry associations.Its purposeis to study
practicesand advisethe industry of ways to improve
clistomer service.BecauseMACAPis freeof industry
control and influence, it is able to make impartial
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