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User manual Scarlett, model SC-296

Manafacture: Scarlett
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Do not use the chamber for storage of any subjects. • Microwave oven is not intended for conservation of products. • Do not put products directly on a bottom of the chamber, use removable wire rack or non-stick flat baking tray. • Always check the food temperature, especially if you are cooking for a child. Give the food to cool down within several minutes. • Always follow recipes of cooking, but remember, that some products (jams, puddings, stuffing for a pie from almonds, sugar or candied fruit) are heating up very quickly. • To prevent circuit short keep air holes of the unit free of water. IMPORTANT: • Do not cook foods directly on the glass tray. Place food in/on proper cooking utensil before placing in the oven. • Before cooking please ensure that the cookware you are going to use is suitable for microwave oven. • Microwave utensils should be used only in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. • Please remember that a microwave oven heats the liquid in the container quicker that the container itself. Therefore, though the lid of a container is not hot to touch when removed from the oven please remember that the food/liquid inside will be hot. • Preliminary remove all packing, metal strips and foil from products. • Do not cook whole eggs in microwave oven. HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR MICROWAVE COOKWARE WARNING! Follow utensils’ marking and Manufacturer’s guides. APPLICABLE • Heat-proof glassware - It most suitable for microwave cooking. • Heat-resistant plastic container - Tightly closed containers are forbidden. Cannot be used for packing or containing foods with high fat or sugar contents. • Earthenware or chinaware - Conventional utensils of these materials allowed unless firmed with gold, silver or any decorative metallic elements. • Special packing (paper, plastic, etc.) for microwave ovens. Follow manufacture’s guides exactly when use. INAPPLICABLE • Film for freshment preservation and heat-resistant combustible plastic wares - Never apply to packing meat or frying foods. • Metal wares (e.g. aluminum, stainless steel, etc.) and aluminum foil* - Won’t let microwave go through and will spark or ignite while touching the cavity wall during cooking. • *Applicable for wrapping several parts of product to prevent overheating and resulting burnt. Avoid contact with interior walls, minimum distance must be >2 cm. • Plastics - Unfit for microwave cooking. • Non-heat-proof glassware - May deform or flaw in a highly hot circumstance. Curved or strengthened glassware are not applicable. • Lacquer ware - May flaw or peel off. • Paper, bamboo or wooden ware - May be burnt in a while of (cooking) heating. • Melamine dishes - they contain a material, which will absorb microwave energy. This way cause the dishes to crack or char and will slow down the cooking speed. HOW TO IDENTIFY COOKWARE APPROPRIATENESS FOR MICROWAVE COOKING? • Put the intended cookware together with a glass of water (250 ml) inside the oven cavity, and then switch on the oven at the maximum power for one minute. • Suitable for microwave cookware will be as cool as ever, while the water will absorb the energy and become warmer. USEFUL TIPS • For uniform heating turn over products during cooking. • Do not cook in a container with a restricted opening, such as a soft drink bottle or salad oil bottle, as they may explode if heating in a microwave oven. • Do not use conventional meat or candy thermometers. These are thermometers available specifically for microwave cooking. These may be used. BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE • Check to ensure that the: - Power supply valid; - Timer settings are proper; - Door is securely closed engaging the door safety l ock system. RADIO INTERFERENCE • Operation of the microwave oven can cause interference to your radio, TV or similar equipment. • When there is interference, it may be reduced or eliminated by taking the following measures: - Clean door and sealing surface of the oven; - Move the microwave oven away from the receiver; - Reorient the receiving antenna of radio or television. - Plug the microwave oven into a different outlet so that microwave oven and receiver are on different branch circuits. INSTALLATION • Make sure that all the packing materials are removed from the unit. • Check the oven for any damage in transit: - Misaligned or bent door and sealing; - Housing and door window; 4 SC-296 - Inside surfaces. • If any damage occurs while using, switch off and unplug the oven and contact qualified service personnel. • Place the microwave oven on a flat, stable surface, able to hold its weight with a food to be cooked in the oven. • Do not place the oven where heat, moisture or high humidity are generated, or near flammable materials. • Do not place anything on the oven. Do not block any openings on the appliance. • For correct operation, the oven must have sufficient airflow. Allow 20 cm free space above the oven, 10 cm back an...


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