Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product SGA9901 Sunbeam
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0. 9 Cu. Ft. Counter top Micr ow a v e Models: SGA9 901 GL N01021 1.
1 IM POR T ANT SA FETY INSTRUCTIO N S 2 PRECAUTIO NS TO A VOI D POSSI BLE EXPO SURE T O EXCES SIVE MICR O WA VE EN E RGY 3 INST ALLA TION GUI DE 3 GROUNDI NG INST RUCTIONS 4 PRODUCT DIAGRAM 5 CONTROL .
2 READ ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS MICROW A VE WA RNING - to reduce t he risk of burns, electric shock, fire, i njury to persons, or exposure to excessiv e microwave energy , basic sa fety preca utions should b e followed, including the followin g: 1.
3 22. Do not operat e any heat ing or coo king under thi s microwav e. 23. Be certa in the glas s tray and roller rin gs are in place when using the microwave. 24. Read and follow t he specific “ Precautions t o Av oid Possible Ex posure to Excessive Microw ave Energy ” section found on p age 3.
4 This microwave must be grounded. In the event of an electr ical short circui t, grounding reduces risk of electric shock by providing an e scape wire for the electri c current.
5 1. Door Safety Lock Syste m 2 . O v e n W i n d o w 3 . T u r n t a b l e S h a f t 4. Roller Ring 5 . C o n t r o l P a n e l 6 . W a v e G u i d e 7. Glass Tray DISPLA Y Cooking ti me, power , indicators and pr esent ti me are displayed. QU ICK COOK BUTT ONS Instant settings t o cook po pular foods.
6 Never place the g lass tray up side dow n. The glass tray should never be restricted. Both the glass tray and tur ntable rin g assembly must alway s be used during coo king. All food and cont ainers o f food shoul d always be p laced on the glass t ray for cooking.
7 Use single d igits t o set a c ooking pow er level: Number p ad Cooking power 9 90% 8 80% 7 70% 6 60% 5 50% 4 40% 3 30% 2 20% 1 10% B. T wo-st ag e Cooking Some recip es require d iffe rent st ages of coo king at dif ferent temperatures. 1. SET ST AGE 1: Follow ste ps 1 an d 2 in “O ne - stage Cooking”.
8 COOK BY WEIG HT 1. T ouch COOK BY WE IG HT . 2. Enter the on e digit cod e by touching the corre ct number pad (1-3 ). 3. T ouch the number p ad to enter weight. 4. T ouch ST ART/ST OP . Cook By Weight Code Descri ption CODE TYPE MAX WEIGHT 1 Beef 5 lbs.
9 · After total time elapsed, the sy stem w ill sound beep s with END in display . The beeps will continue to sound ev ery two minutes auto matically until the door is opened or any pad is touched. · Let meat st and a few minut es before carv ing. DEFROST BY WEIGHT 1.
10 BEVERAG E For cu ps (5 to 7 oz./each ): 1. T ouch BEVERAG E once. 2. Enter num ber of cup s by touching numb er pad s from 1 to 4. 3. T ouch ST ART/ST OP . For the larger coffee mu gs (9 to 1 1 oz./each): 1. T ouch BEVERAG E twice. 2. Enter num ber of mugs by touching n umber p ads fro m 1 to 4.
11 FROZEN D INNER For one or t wo small (7-9 oz.) froze n dinners : 1. T ouch FROZEN DIN NER once. 2. For 1 entree or 2 en trees, touch the nu mber p ad “ 1 ” or “2”. 3. T ouch ST ART/ST OP p ad. Microwav ing one larg e ( 10 - 12 oz.) frozen dinn er: 1.
12 NOT RECOMMENDED Glass jars and bottles -- Regular gla ss is too th in to be used in a microwave. It can shat ter and cause damage and injury . Paper bags -- These are a fire h azard, except for p opcorn bags t hat are desi gned for microw ave use. Sty rofoam plate s and cup s -- These can melt and leave unhe althy resid ue on food.
13 ST ANDING Foods cooked i n a microwav e build up interna l heat and co ntinue t o cook for a few minut es after heating stops. Let foods st and t o complet e cooking, esp ecially for foods s uch as ca kes and w hole veget ables. Roasts need this ti me to complet e cooking in t he ce nter without ov ercooking t he outer area s.
14 Before aski ng for serv ice, please ch eck each ite m below: Check to ens ure the microwav e is plugged in se curely . If not, remove the pl ug from the outlet, w ait 10 seconds, and plug it i n again secure ly . Check for a blown circ uit fuse or a tripp ed main cir cuit brea ker .
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