SIGNALS DURING OVEN SETTINGS
ONE SIGNAL: Oven accepts the entry.
Touch CLOCK pad.
ETTING THE CLOCK
Use the number pads to enter the
Touch CLOCK pad again.
·This is a 12-hour cycle clock. When the
oven is first plugged in or when power
resumes after a power interruption, the
display will show ENTER CLOCK TIME. If
you prefer not to have the clock displayed,
ETTING THE OVEN TIMER
Enter the amount of time by touching
the number pads.
·The maximum time you can enter is 99
minutes and 99 seconds.
·Time countdown can be seen in display
before clock or cooking time returns to
·Touch TIMER and then touch RESET to
cancel TIMER during timing process.
A. One-stage Cooking
ETTING A COOKING PROGRAM
Use the number pads to set a
cooking time. You can set a cooking
time from one second to 99 minutes
and 99 seconds.
If you want to set a power level other
than 100% power, touch POWER
LEVEL, and then use the number
pads to enter the power level.
Touch START/STOP to start cooking.
Use the digits to set a cooking power
TWO SIGNALS: Oven does not accept
the entry, check and try again.
B. Two-stage Cooking
Some recipes require different stages of
cooking at different temperatures.
SET STAGE 1:
Follow steps 1 and 2 in "One-stage
SET STAGE 2:
Touch COOK then enter proper cooking
time and (lower) power level. (Most
2-stage recipes use lower power for
· After total time has elapsed, signals
sound and END appears in display. Touch
any button or open oven door to clear
END before starting another cooking
Touch SPEED DEFROST.
Enter desired defrosting time by
touching correct number pads.
· The longest defrosting time is 99 minutes
and 99 seconds.
·During defrosting program, the system
will pause automatically and sound to
remind users to turn meat over, after that
· After time has elapsed signals sound and
END appears in display. Touch any button
or open oven door to clear END before
starting another cooking function.
·After setting SPEED DEFROST, oven
can be programmed to automatically
switch to one or two-stage cooking.