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Rating Plate; Plugging In Your Appliance - Haier AEB-3190ET Instructions For Use Manual

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f) Place the undercarriage in the circular track on the oven interior floor
g) Lay the turntable onto the undercarriage. By gently turning it, the guide fits into the drive shaft.
Place the appliance on an even and non-skid surface.
It must be stable enough to easily support the appliance even if the oven contains goods.
Leave a space of at least 15 cm between the foremost edge of the worktop and the front of
the oven door
.
You will thus prevent the appliance from tilting forward when the door is open.
Install the oven in a place where it is protected against splashing water or dripping liquids.
Never operate the appliance outdoors. Sunlight and humidity may impair operational safety.
Never expose your microwave oven to direct sunlight (overheating hazard).
Do not install the appliance in the immediate vicinity of heat sources such as radiators or cookers.
The following minimum clearances between other objects / walls must be maintained for safety
purposes:
- Side l/r clearance
at least 5 cm
- Rear clearance
at least 10 cm
- Upper clearance
at least 30 cm
The appliance must not be built into a cupboard.
The oven must not be built underneath a panel or a cupboard.
For some models a built under - mounting set is commercially available. Please ask your dealer or
the respective customer support service.
CAUTION!
During operation clouds of steam escape through the air vents of the appliance and it may get very hot
within the space of the above mentioned minimum clearances. The microwave oven should thus be
installed so that no objects sensitive to heat or moisture are located near the minimum clearances.
Avoid any possible overheating of the oven caused by unintentionally covering or sealing the air vents
When in operation the base of the oven may become very hot. The worktop must thus be accordingly
heat-resistant.

4 Rating plate

The rating plate with technical specifications is located on the cabinet, at the rear of the oven.

5 Plugging in your appliance

Your appliance must be connected to a power socket with grounded connection, which complies with
the respective regulations and has been installed by an authorised specialists.
Before plugging the appliance into the wall socket, make sure that the voltage(V) and fuse amperage
(A) specified on the rating plate of the oven correspond with the electrical power supply in your home.
If these specifications do partly or not at all correspond, immediately contact your local customer support
service or your dealer and do no plug in the appliance under any circumstances.
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8 Cleaning and care
Caution !
The microwave oven must be unplugged from the power supply before cleaning it (on the exter-
nal or interior side).
Pull out the power plug, or activate fuse safety switch.
If you cannot reach the plug, keep the oven door open (also when cleaning the outside).
Only in this way you can prevent the appliance from being switched on when the function keys
are inadvertently activated.
1. Cleaning the cabinet
Caution ! Under no circumstances should water or a cleaning fluid get into the inside of the oven.
This is particularly important when cleaning around the air vents or rear wall.
Otherwise serious accidents may ensue due to electric shock and the appliance may be damaged.
Only use clear water with just a little washing-up liquid for cleaning. Do not under any circum-
stances use sharp cleaning or scouring agent. Lastly wipe the cabinet dry with a soft cloth.
Carefully remove food particles and dirt deposits between the door and cabinet, so that the door
always shuts properly and tightly.
Under no circumstances should you continue to use the appliance if you have detected any damage on
the door seal or on the adjoining surfaces.
The same applies to damage detected on the door itself or door
hinges. Otherwise hazardous microwave radiation may escape from these locations.
age must be repaired by a trained customer service engineer
2. Cleaning the inside of the oven
Never pour water into the oven interiors .
vents and damage the appliance. serious accidents can occur due to electric shock.
Clean the oven interior
thoroughly. Particles of fat and food may overheat and potentially cause fire
hazard. Food and dirt deposits inside the oven affect the performance of the microwave oven.
Use only clear water with a little washing-up liquid to clean the interior of the oven. Do not under any
circumstances use sharp cleaning or acids. Lastly wipe the cooking chamber dry with soft cloth.
3. Cleaning the turntable
Thoroughly clean the turntable (if equipped with) after every use to prevent smoke from developing
due to food particles.
CAUTION ! The turntable might still be hot.
Likewise clean the turntable undercarriage and the oven interior regularly, so that it always works
perfectly.
9 Customer support service
Check on the enclosed warranty card or the separately enclosed customer service directory which
service agent
is responsible for the customer support service of your appliance.
If your appliance documentation does not mention the responsible customer support service, please
contact your dealer.
If your appliance does not work despite observance and compliance with all tips and guidelines de-
scribed in these instructions please call the customer support service:
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Warning !
This kind of dam-
, before you can use your appliance again.
Water may enter the interior of the oven through the air
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