• Room temperature should be below
• Keep the inside of oven, the
and the outside of cooking
dry. Wipe off all
oven may result in an incorrect
• When cooking
starts, do not open
the door while the selected
During this period,
the oven sensor is measuring
• Auto Sensor
Reheat is best used for
1 - 2 servings.
• Always cover foods loosely but
with wax paper, plastic
wrap or casserole
covers may cause the oven to
time. Never use tightly
sealed plastic containers
those with plastic snap closing lids.
4 oz - 20 oz
(115 g - 560 g)
Plate of food
Pasta in sauce
Meat loaf dinner
4 oz - 20 oz
(1i _-g _-560 g)
2 - 4 pieces
(12 inch,l/8 cut or
16 inch,I/12 cut)
• Do not heat food for less than 4 oz
(115 g) or more than 20 oz (560 g).
Always use Time cooking for these
• Very dense foods (e.g. frozen
should be allowed to stand
covered after reheating.
• Do not heat uncooked
• The following
types of foods are not
raw or uncooked
bread or pastry, beverages.
• Do not reheat in foil containers.
• When reheating
that contain sour
cream, or eggs, or cream cheese,
using power level
• Use MORE/LESS
keypad for fine
this feature, you will know which
setting yields the best results for
Cover with plastic wrap or casserole lid.
Stir after reheating.
Foods that cannot be stirred (ex. lasagna)
should be allowed to stand covered for a few
minutes after reheating.
Arrange less dense foods in the center of plate.
Cover with wax paper or plastic wrap.
Allow to stand, covered for a few minutes after
Cover with wax paper.
Pizza should not be frozen.
Place precooked pizza on a paper towel or
paper plate. No cover.
Place pizza points toward the center.
CA UTION: Be careful when eating pizza
heated in the microwave. The pizza surface
and sauce can be very hot.