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Potential Dangers - Haier HR-5702D Instruction Manual

Haier hr-5702d: user manual

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Instruction for use
Using Your Oven
In the following, please find all important instructions for the use of the oven.
As this manual applies to several microwave ovens, some specifications may differ from model to
model.

1 Potential dangers

Caution !
Microwave ovens may only be used to warm up or heat up food or drinks. Never use your
microwave oven for other purposes such as drying textiles or other objects, let alone life animals.
This may cause acute fire(s) or accident hazard.
1.
If you install or start up your microwave oven without first reading the instructions for use:
Misuse may damage your health and endanger your life.
Mistakes made in installation and connection may potentially damage the appliance itself and your
kitchen furniture
2.
Over boiling
When heated in a microwave oven, liquids may overheat beyond their boiling point without you
being able to see it (boiling causes non visible bubbling).
Caution: By merely touching a serving dish as you take it out, steam bubbles may unexpectedly and
suddenly form and the liquid in the serving dish may unexpectedly boil over.
(Danger to get severely scalded)
You can prevent such an occurrence, by simply putting a clean glass rod into the dish, filled with liquid.
However before removing the serving dish, observe if the boiling liquid bubbles up as usual.
In mixed food with different moisture levels, the microwaves heat up the moister ingredients far
stronger.
Baby food heated up in glasses or bottles may only be handed to your child after having checked
the temperature of the food or drink.
As different ingredients may be warmed up at varying degrees, the dish/bottle containing baby food
may feel only lukewarm, whereas the food inside is far more heated up. For this reason, always
shake or stir the baby food evenly so that the heat is distributed.
3. Suitable cooking ware
Always ensure that your dishes and pots are compatible with microwave ovens.
Cooking ware made of the following materials is best suited:
Fire-resistant glass or ceramics
Heat-resistant and microwave suited plastic
Heat-resistant porcelain / stoneware
The following materials may be used only for brief operation (e.g. warming up) as long as it is under
constant supervision in case of fire and the manufacturer explicitly states that the materials are
suitable for microwaves.
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POWER
d
Microwave POWER LEVEL SYMBOLS
e
a
LOW
c
b
MEDIUM LOW
b
c
DEFROST
d
MEDIUM
f
a
e
MEDIUM HIGH
f
HIGH
Availability of funcktion depending on Model
2
1
3
0
4
g
TIMER
COOKING TIME Setting
5
(TURN TO THE RIGHT ONLY)
g
6
60
7
50
8
DEPENDING ON MOD. / TYPE 30 OR 60 MIN.
40
9
30
10
20
TIME (MIN)
MICROWAVE OVEN
11
Operating panel
Page
Page
FIG.B
Microwave POWER LEVEL SYMBOLS
POWER LEVEL
a
LOW
d
c
b
DEFROST
c
MEDIUM LOW
d
MEDIUM HIGH
b
e
e
HIGH
a
f
GRILL ONLY
f
g
MEDIUM LOW + GRILL
g
h
MEDIUM HIGH + GRILL
i
HIGH + GRILL
h
i
COOK TIME
Availability of funcktion depending on Model
0
1
2
60
k
TIMER
3
k
COOKING TIME Setting
50
(TURN TO THE RIGHT ONLY)
4
40
5
30
6
DEPENDING ON MOD. / TYPE 30 OR 60 MIN.
20
7
10
8
9
MICROWAVE OVEN
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