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Panasonic NN-C2003S Operating Manual

Dimension 4 the genius microwave / convection oven.
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Microwave / Convection Oven
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  • Page 1 Draft Microwave / Convection Oven NN-C2003S Operating Guide...
  • Page 2 We are glad you have chosen to purchase a PANASONIC Microwave/Convection Oven. Before operating this oven, please read these instructions completely. If you have only used a Microwave oven for reheating and defrosting, with Panasonic’s Inverter Technology, you can be reassured of excellent results when cooking a variety of foods, as the ‘soft’...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Before Operation Safety Instructions ............. . . 2 Installation and Earthing Instructions .
  • Page 4: Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions Precautions to be taken when using Microwave Ovens for Heating foodstuffs INSPECTION FOR DAMAGE A microwave oven should only be used if an inspection confirms all of the following conditions: 1. The grille is not damaged or broken. 2.
  • Page 5: Installation And Earthing Instructions

    4. This oven may be built into a wall cabinet, if desired. This microwave oven is designed and approved for use only with a genuine Panasonic trim kit for Model number listed in the operating instructions (page 30). Installation with any other trim kit may void the warranty.
  • Page 6: General Instructions

    General Instructions General Use 1. Only use utensils that are suitable for use in microwave ovens. 2. In order to maintain high quality, do not operate the oven when empty. The microwave energy will reflect continuously throughout the oven if no food or water is present to absorb energy.
  • Page 7: Microwaves And How They Work

    Microwaves and How They Work Microwaves are a form of high frequency radio waves similar to those used by a radio, including AM, FM and CB. Electricity is converted into microwave energy by the magnetron tube (which is the heart of the microwave oven).
  • Page 8: Cookware And Utensil Guide

    Cookware and Utensil Guide Plastics Plastic dishes, cups and some freezer containers should be used with care in a microwave oven. Choose plastic containers carefully, as some plastic containers may become soft, melt and scorch. The majority of plastic dishes, even those designed for use in the microwave oven, are not suitable for cooking foods with high fat or sugar content, or for lengthy cooking time.
  • Page 9: Cookware And Utensil Chart

    Cookware and Utensil Chart Aluminium foil Browning dish Brown paper bags Dinnerware oven/microwave safe non-oven, microwave safe Disposable polyester paperboard dishes Glassware oven glassware & ceramic non heat resistant Metal cookware Metal twist-ties Oven cooking bag Paper towels and napkins Plastic defrosting rack Plastic dishes microwave safe...
  • Page 10: Feature Diagram

    Feature Diagram Ceramic Tray 1. Do not operate the oven without Roller Ring and Ceramic Tray in place. 2. Only use Ceramic Tray specifically designed for this oven. Do not substitute any other Ceramic tray. 3. If Ceramic Tray is hot, allow to cool before cleaning or placing in water. 4.
  • Page 11: Feature Diagram - Control Panel

    Time / Weight Timer Clock Recipe Prompting More Less Stop/Reset Quick Min. Start NN-C2003S Turbo Defrost pad (☛ page 16) Combination pad (☛ page 20) 2 Level Convection pad (☛ page 19) Convection pad (☛ page 19) Sensor Reheat pad (☛...
  • Page 12: Oven Accessories

    Oven Accessories Ceramic Tray with Roller Ring Microwave Grill Convection 2 Level Convection Combination Cooking Modes: Heating Source Microwave Convection This feature allows you to guide you through the cooking process. Once a pad has been selected, the oven will prompt you the NEXT step until cooking starts. e.g.
  • Page 13: Let's Start To Use Your Oven

    Auto Menu Temp./Menu Select Sensor Reheat Time / Weight Timer Clock Recipe Prompting More Less Stop/Reset Quick Min. Start NN-C2003S Select Power Level e.g. HIGH power –– Press once (Continue pressing for other power levels –– page 14) Set Time Press...
  • Page 14: Quick Guide To Operation

    Quick Guide to Operation Feature To Set Clock Clock (☛ page 13) To Set: To Use Child Safety Lock Start (☛ page 13) To Use Micro Power and Time Setting Micro Power (☛ page 14) To Cook on Grill For preheating: (☛...
  • Page 15: To Set Clock

    You can use the oven without setting the clock. Clock Press. Enter time of day using the Time / Weight Dial. NOTES: 1. To reset time of day, repeat the steps as above. 2. The clock will keep time of day as long as the oven is plugged in and electricity is supplied. 3.
  • Page 16: To Reheat By Micro Power And Time Setting

    Recipe Prompting More Less Stop/Reset Quick Min. Start NN-C2003S Example of Use Boil water, cook fresh fruit, vegetables, rice and pasta. Preheat browning dish. Reheat soups, stews and casseroles. Thaw foods. Cook poultry, meat, cakes and desserts. Heat milk. Cook pot roasts, casseroles and meatloaves, melt chocolate. Cook eggs and cheese.
  • Page 17 To Reheat / Defrost / Cook by Micro Power and Time Reheat by setting Power and Time –– Frozen Convenience Foods Item Frozen Power (pre-cooked) BREAD & BAKED PRODUCTS Bread 1 slice MED HIGH 1 loaf (700 g) MED HIGH 6 rolls MEDIUM Cheesecake (450 g)
  • Page 18: To Defrost

    More Less Stop/Reset Quick Min. Start NN-C2003S NOTES: 1. Stand time or power level may be programmed after Turbo Defrost. (See pages 14 and 26) 2 For further information on Turbo Defrost, refer to next page. To Defrost Turbo Defrost This feature allows you to defrost meat, poultry and seafood by weight.
  • Page 19 Defrost by Setting Time Micro Power Press twice. Preparation for Freezing: 1. Heavy-duty plastic wraps and bags, and freezer wraps are suitable. 2. Freeze meat, poultry and fish in packages with only 1 or 2 layers of food. To aid in separating layers, place two pieces of wax paper between them.
  • Page 20: On Grill

    Time / Weight Timer Clock Recipe Prompting More Less Stop/Reset Quick Min. Start NN-C2003S Select Grill Power Grill 1 (High) or Grill 2 (Low) can be selected. Press ☛ The oven begins to preheat. Do not open the door during preheating.
  • Page 21: On Convection

    To Cook on Convection 1 Level Convection: Just like a conventional oven, the convection oven has a heating element to give the dry heating needed to produce crisp, browned exteriors. Convection cooking has the addition of a fan to produce conventional results with a slightly reduced cooking time.
  • Page 22: On Combination: Convection & Microwave

    Turbo Defrost Combination Grill Convection 2 Level Convection Auto Menu Temp./Menu Select Sensor Reheat Time / Weight Timer Clock Recipe Prompting More Less Stop/Reset Quick Min. Start NN-C2003S Select Setting ☛ COMB 1-6 and the program temperature appears in the display.
  • Page 23 To Cook on Combination: Convection & Microwave Combination cooking is ideal for roasting meats, poultry and cooking cakes, pastries and slices. Combination cooking automatically alternates between Convection and Microwave heating. The advantage of Combination cooking is that it gives you the browning of Convection and often shortens the conventional cooking time.
  • Page 24: By Sensor Reheat Pad

    Sensor Reheat Time / Weight Timer Clock Recipe Prompting More Less ☛After the burst of steam is detected by the SENSOR, the Stop/Reset Quick Min. Start remaining cooking time appears in the display and begins to count down. NN-C2003S Press Press...
  • Page 25 To Reheat / Cook by Sensor Reheat / Auto Menu SENSOR REHEAT (200 g - 1.2 kg) All foods must be pre-cooked. Foods should be at room or refrigerated temperatures. Stirrable foods are recommended. Place in a suitably sized dish (approximately Dish should be covered with plastic wrap or a fitting lid.
  • Page 26: To Cook By Auto Menu

    More Less Stop/Reset Quick Min. Start ☛ Cooking time appears in the NN-C2003S During cooking, the oven will beep and scroll “TURN OVER”, or “TURN OVER AND ADD VEGETABLES” to signal that the food needs to be turned or added vegetables.
  • Page 27 To Reheat / Cook by Sensor Reheat / Auto Menu 10. BEEF RARE / 11. BEEF MEDIUM (750 g - 3.0 kg) Select roasts that are even in shape, if not, tie roasts with string to aid with even cooking. Place the beef fat side down on Low Rack, with a shallow dish underneath to collect drips.
  • Page 28: To Set Standing Time

    To Cook by Auto Menu 18. CHICKEN AND BAKED VEGETABLES (750 g - 3.0 kg (meat only) • To keep poultry in shape during cooking , truss or tie the legs of the bird together. Brush with melted butter and sprinkle with herbs if desired. •...
  • Page 29: To Use Recipe Prompting

    Quick Min. Start Turn ☛ The first instruction will be scrolled across the display window. NN-C2003S Turn clockwise for the next instruction. Turn counterclockwise for the previous instruction. Instructions include operation of microwave / convection oven. For detailed information on operation, please refer to page 14-21.
  • Page 30: To Use Quick Min. Pad

    To Use Recipe Prompting NOTE: Throughout Recipe Prompting, the oven will instruct you to set the cooking time and power level at each stage of the recipe. Set the instructed power level and cooking time using the Micro Power pad and Time / Weight Dial.
  • Page 31: Before Requesting Service

    Before Requesting Service ALL THESE THINGS ARE NORMAL: The oven causes interference with my TV. Steam accumulates on the oven door and warm air comes from the oven vents. I accidentally ran my microwave oven without any food in it. There are humming and clicking noises from my oven when I cook by Combination.
  • Page 32: Care Of Your Microwave Oven

    Care of Your Microwave Oven BEFORE CLEANING: Unplug at socket of the oven. If impossible, leave oven door open to prevent oven from accidentally turning on. Inside of the oven: Wipe with a damp cloth. Mild detergent may be used if the oven gets very dirty.

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