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Sensor Operations - Frigidaire FFMO1611LB Use And Care Manual

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Sensor Cook Operating Tips
The Sensor Cook categories are designed to detect the
increasing humidity released by the food during the
cooking process. The microwave oven sensor will
automatically adjust the cooking time to the type and
amount of food. The food categories that are controlled
with the humidity sensor are::
 Potato
 Frozen Veggies
 Fresh Veggies
 Frozen Entree
For best results, do not use one of the Sensor Cook
categories twice in succession on the same food portion.
This may result in severely overcooked or burnt food. If the
food appears to be undercooked, use one of the Easy Set
pads or cook time pads to add more time.
Additional sensor cook suggestions are:
 Never start with less than 4 oz. of food.
 Use proper containers and covers for best sensor
cooking results.
 Always use microwave-safe containers and cover them
with loose fitting lids or vented plastic wrap. Never use
tight sealing plastic containers. They will prevent steam
from escaping and this will mislead the sensor, usually
causing the food to overcook.
Be sure the outside of the cooking containers and the cavity
of the microwave oven are dry before placing food in the
oven. Excessive moisture turning into steam that does not
result from the food cooking can mislead the sensor.
Baked Potato
The potato feature cooks 8-32 oz. of potatoes automatically
(starting from room temperature).
1.
Press the Potato pad.
2. Press START/+30sec pad.
When finished, you will hear a series of beeps. If additional
time is needed, continue cooking manually.
Notes:
 Before cooking, pierce potato skins with fork 5-6 times.
 Place potatoes around the edge of a paper towel-lined
turntable.
 Do not cover potatoes.
 Let potatoes stand for about 5 minutes after the micro-
wave has finished to complete the cooking process.

Sensor Operations

 Meat
 Fish/Seafood
 Frozen Pizza
Frozen Veggies
The frozen veggies sensor feature cooks from 6 to 16 oz. Of
frozen vegetables (when starting at minus 18 C
1.
Press the Frozen Veggie pad.
2. Press START/+30sec pad.
When finished, you will hear a series of beeps. If additional
time is needed, continue cooking manually.
Fresh Vegetables
The Fresh Veggie sensor feature cooks from 4 to 16 oz. Of
fresh vegetables (when starting at room temperature).
1.
Press the Fresh Veggie pad.
2. Press START/+30sec pad.
When finished, you will hear a series of beeps. If additional
time is needed, continue cooking manually.
Frozen Entree
The frozen entree sensor setting is designed for single
frozen en tress or frozen convenience foods such as frozen
dinners from 8 to 32 oz. In size (starting with frozen pizza
temperature at minus 18°C (-0.4 F) ).
1.
Press the Frozen Entree pad.
2. Press START/+30sec pad.
When finished, you will hear a series of beeps. If additional
time is needed, continue cooking manually.
Notes:
 ALWAYS be sure to follow the directions that are
specific for the microwave oven that is printed on the
packaging for the food being prepared. Many times
there are special instructions to follow in order to
achieve best results.
 Be sure to allow for moisture to escape from the
packaging. All frozen entree instructions specify that
you poke holes in the film covering with a fork before
cooking.
 Be careful when removing the film covers after cooking
frozen convenience foods. Remove facing away from
you to avoid steam burns.
 If the food is not done when the cook time is done, fin-
ish cooking manually.
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