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CONTENTS
SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS:
AVOIDIHG
POSSIBLE
EXPOSURE
TO
MICROWAVE
ENERGY
FEATURES
OF YOUR/OVEN
MICROWAVE
OVEN
Control
...........................................................................................
7
Timer, Using e Hold Time ......................................................
8
To Time Delrost,
Hold and Cook .................................. 8
Microwave Time Cooking .................................................... 9
Defrosting by Time, Auto Delrost,
Stand Time ........ 1 0
Conversion
Guide, Auto Defrost
Guide ..................... 1 1
Temperature Cooking, Temperature
Probe .......... 12
Auto Roast, Auto Simmering
...................................
13
Auto Cook, Auto Cooking Contro!
Guide
13, 14, 15, 16
Microwave
Oven Shelf .......................................
17, 19
LOWER
OVEN
Control, Clock and Timer .......................................... 20, 21
Bake, Delay Bake and Hold Mode ....................... 21, 22
Broiling
............................................................................. 23
Self-Clean Cycle .......................................................24, 25
Cleaning
Tips ............................................................ 26, 27
REMOVABLE
PARTS
...........................................................................................
.....
28,
29
Removal o| Packaging Tape .............................................
29
BEFORE
CALLIHG
FOR
SERVICE
30-32
Thermostat
Adjustments
........................................... 33
MODELS 49425, 49429
o
oSAFETY
A
UAL
MNM085-7 SR10015

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Summary of Contents for Kenmore 9114942592

  • Page 1 CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS: AVOIDIHG POSSIBLE EXPOSURE MICROWAVE ENERGY FEATURES OF YOUR/OVEN MICROWAVE OVEN Control ................... Timer, Using e Hold Time ............To Time Delrost, Hold and Cook ........8 Microwave Time Cooking ............ 9 Defrosting by Time, Auto Delrost, Stand Time ..1 0 Conversion Guide, Auto Defrost Guide .....
  • Page 2 SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Read all instructions before using th_s appliance. When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should be followed, including the following: Hever store things children might want Teach children notto play with oven knobs above an oven. or any other part of the oven. Never leave children alone or unattended...
  • Page 3 Toi insure safety for yourself and your home, please read your Owner's Manual Ca_efuiiyl Keep it handy for quick easy reference. Pay close attention to the safety sections of your manual. You can recognize the safety sections looking for the A symbol or the word "Safety".
  • Page 4 De no_ block oven vent area. Read all instructions BEFORE using this appliance. Ke_p oven free from grease buildup Keep clean t_ using electrica_ appliances, basic safety maintain good vent!ng and to avoid grease fires. precautions should be followed, including the followtn_; Place oven shelf tn desired position while oven Is cool _lways use this appliance only for its intended use as...
  • Page 5: Microwave Oven Shelf

    SAVE THESE IINSTRUCT_ONS Paper towels, napkins, wax paper and other recycle paper products can contain metal flecks which mE IMPORTAHT SAFETY NOTICE cause arcing or ignite. Paper products containing nylc or nylon filaments should be avoided, as they may al_ California Safety Drinking...
  • Page 6 mlcrowave e_.ergy, t tcan c_eatee_ectr_ca_ a_c_ngIn_h_ Wh_= hea_!ng pac_ag.=d foods, a_w_ys place them on oven and d_mage the oven walls. a microwave proof dish. Examples are microwave French fries or microwave popcorn. ._NO|D h_a_ing baby food in glass jars, even wt_hou'i their lids;...
  • Page 7 OVEN IMPORTANT: The model and serial number of your oven is located Inside the micro- wave on the left wall. WINDOW WITH METAL SHIELD Cooking can be viewed while keeping microwaves confined TEMPERATURE PROBE oven° DOOR LATCH RECEPTACLE (See page 12) GRILLE MICROWAVE OVEN DOOR MICROWAVE OVEN CONTROLS...
  • Page 8 D RosTj [DEFROST cook HOLD Pow . 1[ .o o Kenmore DOSPLAY .-- Displays time or temperature during determines the proper amount of cooking time until the food Is done and oven shuts off. cooking functions, power level belng used, cooking mode and Instructions.
  • Page 9 HOW TO TIME DEFROST, HOLD AND TiME HOLD TIMER COOK The HOLD TIMER has three timing functions: 1_ Press TiME DEFROST. • It can be set as a minute timer° 2, Press number pads to set defrosting time. (Defrosting • It can be set as a holding time after defrosting.
  • Page 10 Power level 10 will _ displayed. If desired, chang_ power level as descr!bed above. The time cooking feature altows you to preset the cook- 4. Press number pads to set second cook!rig time. ing time. The oven shuts off automat:Ca!ly at the end of the cooking time.
  • Page 11 DEFROST|NG BY TIM Q. Should all foods be completely thawed before • Power Level 3 Is automatlcally set for defrosting, cooktng? you may change this for more flexibility. A° Some foods should not be completely thawed before • See your cookbook for defrosting help. cooking.
  • Page 12 CONVERSION GU|D_ If welght of food Is stated in pounds and ounces, the ounces must be converted to tenths (.1) of a pound. 12.-I3 14-_5 .,,q ......L... .__£_s ......... € MIN..MACL RECOMMENDED l CODE FIRST SIGNAL SECOND SIGNAL WEIGHT FOODS Turn Dye:,, Separate and _-htetdwhere...
  • Page 13 TEMPERATURE COOKING "PROBE" will flash if you do not seat the cable end of Internal temperature is the best test of doneness the probe securely into the receptacle In the oven for many foods, wall or If you touch AUTO ROAST and forget to use Temp Cook/Hold takes the guesswork out of cooking the probe°...
  • Page 14 TO SET AUTO ROAST 180°F until you remove food and lurn off oven. If stirring Press AUTO ROAST. "AUTO"and "TEMP" appear on display and "ENTER CODE" flashes, is recommended, you can reset oven by retouching START. Press CLEAR/OFF after cooking° Press number pad to set Auto Roast Code, See Auto Roast Guide.
  • Page 15 TO SET AUTO COOK TO ADJUST AUTO COOK CODES You can set the oven to cook for 20% less time than the 1. Press AUTO COOK. code would regularly provide by adding a 1 after any 2. Press number pad of desired Code. See chart on next Auto Cook code°...
  • Page 16 AUTOMATIC COOKING CONTROL GUIDE Do not open oven door during Auto cycle° When oven tightly to ensure even cooking. signals and countdown time is displayed, door may Be sure outside of container and inside of oven are be opened for stirring, turning or rotating food. To dry.
  • Page 17 AUTOMAT|C COOKJHG CONTROL GUIDE "Auto Cook" App,ox. T i e t Comments Food Code Container Meats and Seafood 8-20 mtno Cover with wax paper to prevent 12 x 8 x 2-in. glass Chicken pieces (up to dish spatters. 3 Ibs.) 6_9 mlno Cover tightly with plastic wrap.
  • Page 18 AUTO ]ATaC CO0 I G MUCROW VIiHG TiiP$ • Make sure all cookware used in your microwave oven COHTA_H_._ COVERS Is suitable for microwaving_ Most glass casseroles, cooking dishes, measuring dishes, measuring cups, Appropriate containers and coverings help assure good custard cups, pottery or china dinnerware which doe_ cooking results.
  • Page 19 Why does my oven cut off after the Auto cycle when My scalloped polatoes were not completely cooked after using Auto Cook. Why not? using Auto Cook Code I when it does not alter other settings? tf you prepared the sauce in the oven pdorto cover_: . When using Code 1, there is no second phase of the potatoes with the sauce, there may have b ,_ minutes...
  • Page 20 YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN SHELF REHF=ATIING iN YOUR MICROWAVE iMPORTANT SAFETY Tips Reheating Similar Foods INFORMATmON Two plates of leftovers --- Arrange thick or dense foods to outside edges of plate and cover with plastic wrap. Stagger plates with one on shelf and one on o DO STORE COOK...
  • Page 21: Self-Clean Cycle

    YOUR LOWER COHTROL starting and stopping times timed oven LOWER OVEN operations° TNE CLOCK [8!88 To change the time of day all lower oven controls must 8/.XE be off, _'_B e 8 r_ N BB ,5_ When power is first connected to your cooking center or after a power failure, the digital display on both the...
  • Page 22 t, Press BAKE. The smallest amount of time you can set is I minute. 2. Press number pads to enter oven temperature. NOTE: Timer does control oven 3o Press COOK TIME. operations, CLEAR/OFF does not control 4. Press number pads to enter length of cook time Timer.
  • Page 23 OVIH !i)0011111 Cakes, cookies, muffins, and quick breads shou!d When coektng a food for the first time tn your new oven, use time g!ven on reclpes as a gtdde, be baked In shiny pans -- to reflect the heat -- because they should have a light golden crust.
  • Page 24 Broiling PO$1TBONIHG BROBLER Broiling is cooktng by direct heat from the broil element. TO SET BROIL Tender cuts of meat or marinated meat should be se- lected for broiling. For best results steaks and chops should be at least 3/4" thick, 1.
  • Page 25 BEFOR A CLEAN CYCL "i, Press CLEAN, The display will fi}asb aSTA_ _ _t_ show the last entered clean ti;t_a Remove the broiler pan and grid, oven rac_;s, a!_ u_a_lslts and _n_t felt that may be !n tt_e oven, G3 not n_mber pads to enier hOP_s: m;r_,e;;...
  • Page 26 AF'rI,_R A CLEAN CYCLE QUESTIONS AHSWER$ After a clean cycle Is complete, the oven door will stay Q. If my oven clock Is not set to correct time of day, can locked until the oven temperature cools to a safe level I still self-clean my oven? When the oven has cooled "LOCKED"...
  • Page 27 Q -I=IAIII -£@ TII$ On the folowlng pages, al removable pans of your Cooking Cen_er are sho'_vn. R-_fer to those pages when clean!ng your C_okJn_ C_nte._. Warm water, a ml!d detergent, and a soft cloth are saie to use on al cleanable parts of your range.
  • Page 28: Cleaning Tips

    CLEANING TIPS; (co.t.) PART CLEANING P,_ATERIALS RF._ARKS Care should be taken In handling _ Temperature Probe Sudsy cloth, plastic scouring pad, water or dishwasher probe, DO NOT twist it, DO NOTdrop It. Clean as soon as possible afteruse. Wipe with sudsy cloth, then rub metal parts with plastic scouring pad, if necessary.
  • Page 29 repg_ce', 1° Hold the door over the hinges with the s!ots at the bottom edge of the door lined up with the hinges, hinge arms must still be in the stop position. 2° Slide the door down onto the hinges as far as it wi!l go and close the door.
  • Page 30: Removal O| Packaging Tape

    RE OVAL OF PACKAGBNG TAPE: When packaging tape is removed from new appliances, a residue Is sometimes left on t_ie appliance. The safest way to remove this adhesive, and prevent damageto the product finish, is by using an application of household liquid dish washing detergent, mineral o1!, or cooking oil.
  • Page 31: Thermostat Adjustments

    IIIFOIIII ALLI£1i SI_INVICl Say-_ _.i_e a_ _oney _ Ch_ck _his list befe:'e yo_ catg _o_ s__;_ice° To et_inate un_;ecessary service ca!s, -lrst, read alt the tnstruclons in this manu_i carefully. Than, tf you have a problem, always check this list of common problems and possible solutions before you call for service.
  • Page 32 BEFORE CALLING SERVICE (CONTINUED) PROBLEM PO$SIIBL_ CAUSE DON'T CALL FOR SERVICE UNTIL YOU CHECK • Food does not roast or • Recipe not followed • Is recipe tested and reliable? bake properly • Range and oven rack not level , Check the Installation Instruc.
  • Page 33 POSSIBL_. CAU._ UNTIL YOU O_ ::_:_. • Foods over_.ookedo; Not enough t_me se_ when using "lIME COOK function because starting lemperalure_ of ioods varied widei_ "- Probe Rot f,_s_L,=_,_ _.._e, i !t;corract power tevei entare_ - Dish no_ rotate_, _.urne.d o_ stirred as called for in recipe •...
  • Page 34 THERMOSTAT ADJUSTMENTS The temperature in your new oven has been set correctly Continue to hold BAKE untll the display changes to at the factory, so be sure to follow the recipetemperat ures show the preset oven temperature adjustment, and cooking times the first few tlmes you bake in your 4.
  • Page 36 If, wlthln 30 days from the date of Installation, any glass part or the finish directed toward making on any porcelain enamel, painted or brlght metal part Is defective In sure your new Kenmore materla! or workmanship, Sears will replace the part, free of charge. Oven will arrive at your FULL 90.DAY WARRANTY...

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