Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass since they can scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
If the oven lamp fails please consult your dealer or a qualiﬁ ed service technician trained by SHARP. 10. Avoid steam burns by directing steam away from the face and hands. Slowly lift the furthest edge of a dish's cover including microwave plastic wrap etc., and carefully open popcorn and oven cooking bags...
If there is any damage, please do not operate the oven until it has been checked by a SERVICE CENTRE APPROVED BY SHARP and repaired, if necessary. 2. Accessories provided 1) Rack 2) Glass tray 3) Steam tray 4) Combined operation manual and cookbook 5) Touch guide 3.
PARTS NAME 1 Ventilation openings Be aware that hot steam or air comes out during steam or Grill Mix cooking, and keep children away from the oven. 2 Door open handle 3 LCD display 4 Control panel 5 Oven lamp 6 Upper position (position 3) 7 Lower position (position 2) 8 Water tank (See page EN-6.)
CONTROL PANEL Display information: The display shows useful information including cooking time and cooking mode. 1. Cooking mode & START indicators The indicator will ﬂ ash or light up during the operation. You can press a concerned key when the indicators are ﬂ ashing. When the indicators light up on the display, they mean that each cooking mode is selected or the oven is operating in each cooking mode.
Consult a SERVICE 5. Install the water tank by pushing ﬁ rmly. (Figure 3) CENTRE APPROVED BY SHARP. 6. After cooking, empty the water tank and wash the 6. There may be a few water drops when removing water tank and the lid.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS Steam in Automatic and Manual Cooking Before cooking 1. Make sure the water tank is ﬁ lled with room temperature water suitable for drinking (ﬁ ltered) and is installed. (See page EN-6.) 2. Make sure the empty drip tray is installed. (See page EN-6.) 3.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS Drain Water Function Press Info/Timer twice to select “In F2”. Perform the Drain Water function at least once a day after cooking with steam. It takes up to 7 minutes. Drain Water function is ver y useful to prevent Place the glass tray in lower position (position 2) scale build up and the use of stale water.
BEFORE OPERATING This is a 12-hour clock. If the clock is set, when cooking is complete, the display will show the correct time of day. • Before operating your oven, make sure you read If the clock has not been set, the display will only show “.0” and understand this operation manual completely.
AUTOMATIC COOKING Automatic Operation is cooked with steam, grill and microwave function. Refer to each function for the details. Steam Menu WARNING for stacking the steam tray and glass tray: Steam Menu has 6 categories and 18 menus. Always After cooking, take out the steam tray first. See cook food using steam tray and glass tray.
AUTOMATIC COOKING Auto Grill Auto Reheat Auto Grill has 4 menus. Auto Reheat has 3 menus. AG1: Grill Chicken AG3 : Grill Fish AR1: Reheat Dish AG2: Chicken Wings AG4 : Steak AR2: Reheat Soup AR3: Reheat Beverage Refer to the Auto Grill Guide for details on page EN-36. Refer to the Auto Reheat Guide for details on page * Suppose you want to cook 1.2kg of Grill Chicken.
AUTOMATIC COOKING Auto Defrost Auto Defrost has 3 menus. Do not use the glass tray, steam tray and metal rack. dE1: Steak/Chops dE2: Minced Meat dE3: Poultry Refer to the Auto Defrost Guide for details on page EN-37. * Suppose you want to defrost a 0.5 kg Steak. P R O C E D U R E Press Auto Defrost until desired menus number is...
MANUAL COOKING Manual Cooking is an option in Steam, Grill, Grill Mix and Microwave. Refer to the "Manual Cooking Chart" and "Food and Utensil Position Chart". The charts give information on each setting. Manual Cooking Chart Cooking mode Temp/power range Time range Water tank High...
MANUAL COOKING Steam STEAM LOW Manual Steam has 2 options, Steam High and Steam Low. Always cook food using steam tray and glass * Suppose you want to cook for 20 minutes on Steam Low (80°C). tray. See page EN-13 for the details. And see the P R O C E D U R E important instructions on page EN-6-7.
MANUAL COOKING Grill Grill Mix The grill heating element at the top of the oven cavity Grill Mix combines microwave power with grill. Grill has one power setting only. This mode does not use Mix has 2 options; Grill Mix High and Grill Mix Low. steam.
MANUAL COOKING Microwave To change the microwave power level, press Microwave is fast and convenient for cooking, Microwave until the desired power level is displayed. reheating and defrosting. First enter the cooking time then the power level. * Suppose you want to defrost for 5 minutes on 30%. This mode does not use steam.
OTHER CONVENIENT FEATURES More or Less Time Adjustment Multiple Sequence Cooking (LESS ( ) / MORE ( ) keys) This function allows you to cook using up to 3 manual cooking programmes; combinations of Microwave, a) To use with automatic cooking: Grill and Grill Mix.
OTHER CONVENIENT FEATURES Kitchen Timer Info Use the Kitchen Timer as a minute timer or to monitor Info provides 7 features. the standing time for cooked/defrosted food. In F1: Drain In F5: Child Lock In F2: Descale In F6: Clock •...
OTHER CONVENIENT FEATURES DEMONSTRATION MODE ENERGY SAVE MODE This feature is mainly for use by retail outlets, and In Energy Save Mode, if you do not operate the oven also allows you to practice the key operation. for 3 minutes or more (i.e. closing the door, pressing Stop/Clear, or at the end of cooking), the display will To demonstrate, press Info/Timer 4 times (In F4).
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners harsh cleaners, sharp metal scrapers or stiff brushes or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass on the water tank and water tank lid. since they can scratch the surface, which may result Drip Tray in shattering of the glass.
Never adjust, repair or modify the oven by yourself. It is hazardous for anyone other than a qualiﬁ ed service technician trained by SHARP to carry out any service or repair operation. This is important as it may involve the removal of covers that provide protection against electrical parts.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART The following situations are normal and are not signs that the oven is malfunctioning. QUESTION / SITUATION ANSWER The display is black / blank. * Open the door and close. Control panel / * Check the power plug is properly connected to a power supply suitable wall outlet.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART The following situations are normal and are not signs that the oven is malfunctioning. QUESTION / SITUATION ANSWER Steam Water is found inside the oven Steam has condensed inside the oven. Wipe dry with a when the door is opened. soft cloth or a sponge after cooling.
If “NO” is the answer to any of the above questions, please check your wall socket and the fuse in your meter box. If both the wall socket and the fuse are functioning properly, CONTACT YOUR NEAREST SERVICE CENTRE APPROVED BY SHARP. IMPORTANT: If the display shows nothing even if the power supply plug is properly connected, the Energy Save Mode may be in operation.
COOKING GUIDES Points To Remember • Please make reading the Operation Manual your very ﬁ rst step in operating with your new oven. This important booklet explains exactly how the oven works and what you need to know to operate it successfully. •...
COOKING GUIDES About Utensils and Coverings The chart below will help you decide what utensils and coverings should be used in each mode. Cooking Steam Grill Grill Mix Microwave Mode Utensils - Coverings Aluminium Foil Small flat pieces of aluminum foil placed smoothly on food can be used to shield areas from cooking or defrosting too quickly.
Sharp is not responsible for any damage to the oven when accessories are used. For automatic cooking, use the recommended container in each cooking guide and recipes of the cookbook section.
COOKING GUIDES - Advice for STEAM - Food characteristics Density Food density will affect the amount of cooking time needed. Cut the food into thinner parts if possible, and arrange in single layer. Quantity The cooking time must be increased as the amount of food cooked in the oven increases.
COOKING GUIDES Microwave Cooking Advice - Special Notes and Warning for MICROWAVE - DON’T Eggs, fruits, * Puncture egg yolks and whites and * Cook eggs in shells. This prevents nuts, seeds, oysters before cooking to prevent "ex- "explosion", which may damage the vegetables, plosion".
COOKING GUIDES - Advice for MICROWAVE - Cooking Techniques Arrange food carefully Place the thickest areas toward outside of dish. Watch cooking time Cook for the shortest amount of time indicated and add more time as needed. Food severely overcooked can smoke or ignite. Cover foods before Check recipe for suggestions: paper towels, microwave plastic wrap or a lid.
AUTOMATIC COOKING CHART Steam Menu Guide - Make sure that the water tank is ﬁ lled to the MAX mark with room temperature water suitable for drinking (ﬁ ltered) and is installed. Rice/Egg Menu Weight range Food Menu name Procedure number (Increasing unit) Position...
AUTOMATIC COOKING CHART Steam Menu Guide Fish/Meat/Chicken Menu Weight range Food Menu name Procedure number (Increasing unit) Position St31 Fresh Fish 0.1 - 0.5 kg (100g) • Wash ﬁ sh thoroughly and remove scales. (initial temp 5°C) • Make a few slits on the skin of ﬁ sh, pierce the eyes of ﬁ sh. •...
AUTOMATIC COOKING CHART Steam Menu Guide Steam Reheat Menu Weight range Food Menu name Procedure number (Increasing unit) Position St61 Shao Mai 0.10 - 0.25 kg (50g) • Place shao mai on the steam tray on the glass tray (initial temp -18°C) (1 piece: 10-15g) uncovered.
AUTOMATIC COOKING CHART BALANCED MENU Corn Butter & Steam Spring Roll <Steam spring roll> Ingredients 1 serve (2 rolls) 2 serves (4 rolls) 3 serves (6 rolls) 4 serves (8 rolls) Noodle Sheet 125 g (or 2 sheets) 250 g (or 4 sheets) 375 g (or 6 sheets) 500 g (or 8 sheets) Bean sprouts 50 g 100 g...
AUTOMATIC COOKING CHART DESSERT Steam Cake [ Ingredients ] [ Method ] <For 10 cups> 1. Beat the oil, sugar and eggs together, then add milk. 2. Stir in ﬂ our and baking powder. Add raisan and mix. 3. Put cake mixuture evenly in 10 small tins (3.5cm deep, 7.5cm diameter) 100 g Sugar with greaseproof paper.
AUTOMATIC COOKING CHART Auto Grill Guide Menu Weight range Food Menu name Procedure number (Increasing unit) Position Grill Chicken 0.9 - 2.0 kg (100g) • Wash chicken, trim away fat and pat dry. (initial temp 5°C) • Season with 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 tablespoon of soy sauce, 1 teaspoon cornstarch and 1 teaspoon sugar per 500g.
AUTOMATIC COOKING CHART Auto Reheat Guide Menu Weight range Menu name Procedure number (Increasing unit) 1 serve • Take out the dish from the refrigerator. Reheat Dish (initial temp (approx. 200g) • Cover with microwave wrap or lid. 4-12°C) • No need to enter quantity. •...
MANUAL COOKING CHART Steam High Chart Use glass tray and steam tray Food Amount Oven Setting Cooking Time Food Position SEAFOOD Fish Fillets (½ Inch Thick) 800g Steam High 21 minutes Mussels, In Shell 900g Steam High 20 minutes Scallops 500g Steam High 10 minutes...
MANUAL COOKING CHART Grill Mix Cooking Chart Use glass tray and rack Food Amount Cooking Time and Procedure Standing Food Result Time Position BEEF Blade Roast Micro 70% for 8 minutes 10 minutes Medium Grill Mix High for 9 minutes TURN OVER Micro 70% for 3 ½...
MANUAL COOKING CHART Reheating and Defrosting Convenience Food Chart Food Amount Oven setting and Cooking Time Procedure Standing Time BEVERAGE 1 Cup Microwave 100% for 2 minutes Microwave safe mug. Stir halfway through and after heating 2 Cups Microwave 100% for 4 minutes CANNED FOOD 1 Cup Microwave 100% for 2 minutes...
MANUAL COOKING CHART Microwave: Frozen Vegetable Chart 1. Place vegetables in a medium/large microwave safe bowl and cover with plastic wrap. Place on the oven ﬂ oor (position1). 2. Allow to stand for 2 minutes before draining any water and serving. Food Amount Cooking Time (100%)
MANUAL COOKING CHART Microwave: Fresh Vegetable Chart 1. Cover each dish with plastic wrap. Place on the oven ﬂ oor (position1). 2. Drain any remaining water after standing before serving. Food Amount Cooking Time Procedure (100%) Asparagus (halved) 500g 3 ½ minutes Place in a shallow microwave safe dish.
MANUAL COOKING CHART Microwave: Defrost Times for Meat, Poultry, Seafood and Bread 1. Remove wrapping and place frozen item on a shallow microwave safe defrosting dish with rack (a microwave safe defrosting rack). Shield with aluminum foil to prevent the item from cooking while defrosting. 2.
RECIPES CRABS IN GREEN ONIONS Procedure Ingredients 1. Clean crabs thoroughly and cut into pieces, then arrange on a 1 kg Crabs platter. Chili Pepper 2 slices Ginger 2. Add in sliced chili pepper, sesame oil and ginger, sprinkle water on crabs.
RECIPES STUFFED CLAMS Procedure Ingredients 1. Soak clams in salt water to remove sand. Clean clams thoroughly by Clams (in shells) rubbing shells against each other. 40 g Ground Chicken 1 tsp Wine 2. Place clams on the steam tray on the glass tray. Put them in the lower position (position 2).
RECIPES MIXED INGREDIENTS DUMPLINGS Procedure Ingredients 1. Preparation - 40 g Shrimps a) Shrimps - remove shells, marinate with salt (1 tsp), then rinse 150 g Minced Pork 60 g Barbecued Pork and pat dry. b) Cut barbecued pork, mushrooms and water chestnuts into Mushrooms (soaked) smaller dices.
RECIPES CHAWANMUSHI Procedure Ingredients 1. Blend dashi soup, light soya sauce, salt, mirin and eggs; beat lightly. Mushrooms 2. Arrange chicken cubes, fish cake, mushrooms and prawns into 4 (soaked, cut into halves) 60 g Prawns serving bowls. (4 ½ inches in diameter) 3.
RECIPES MARINATED SNAPPER Procedure Ingredients 1. In a small bowl, combine soy sauce, garlic, sesame oil, 2 tbsp soy sauce ginger, coriander and chillies. Mix until well combined. 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1 tbsp sesame oil 2. Place snapper in a large shallow casserole dish and add the marinade.
RECIPES LAMB CHOPS WITH ONION SAUCE Procedure Ingredients 1. Mix all seasonings well. 650 g (4-6 pcs) lamb chops 2. Marinate lamb chops with seasonings for 30 minutes. ½ onion, sliced tomato, sliced 3. Place lamb on the rack on the glass tray and sprinkle black pepper on them.
RECIPES FISH KEBABS Procedure Ingredients 1. Arrange all ingredients onto each skewer in a regular wooden skewers sequence. Leave no wood exposed, place the kebabs on 450 g firm fleshed fish skinned and cut into 8 cubes the rack on the glass tray. 2.