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Microwave Hood Combination
Combinacibn Microondas Campana
Models/Modelos
665.60682
665.60689
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4619-652-60201/8169684
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
www.sears.com

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  • Page 1 ® Microwave Hood Combination Combinacibn Microondas Campana Models/Modelos 665.60682 665.60689 4619-652-60201/8169684 Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 www.sears.com...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Know Your Microwave Oven ..........For one year from the date of purchase, if this Kenmore Microwave Oven fails due to a defect in How your microwave oven works ....material or workmanship, Sears will repair it free of Radio interference ...........
  • Page 3: Sears Service

    "We service what we sell" is our assurance to you that you can depend on Sears for service because Sears Service is nationwide. Your Sears Kenmore Microwave Oven has added value when you consider that Sears has a service unit near you, staffed by Sears Trained Technicians - professional technicians specifically trained on Sears Kenmore Microwave Ovens, having the parts, tools and equipment to insure that we meet our pledge to you - "We...
  • Page 4: Microwave Oven Safety

    Microwave Oven Safety Your safety and the safety of others are very important. We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety messages. This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
  • Page 5 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS • Intended to be used above ranges with maximum • When flaming foods under the hood, turn the fan width of 36 inches. • Clean Ventilating Hoods Frequently - Grease • Use care when cleaning the vent-hood filter. should not be allowed to accumulate on hood or Corrosive cleaning agents, such as lye-based oven filter.
  • Page 6 ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS Observe all governing codes and ordinances. A 120 Volt, 60 Hz, AC only, 15- or 20-amp fused electrical supply is required. (A time-delay fuse is recommended.) It is recommended that a separate circuit serving only this appliance be provided. Electrical Shock Hazard Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
  • Page 7: Installation Instructions

    Installation Instructions REMOVING AND REPLACING THE MICROWAVE HOOD COMBINATION 5. Grasp the microwave oven. Rotate the microwave that door does not swing Excessive Weight Hazard open.) Lift off the support Use two or more people to move and install tabs _ at the bottom of the microwave oven.
  • Page 8: Getting To Know Your Microwave Oven

    Getting to Know Your Microwave Oven This section discusses the concepts behind microwave cooking. It also shows you the basics you need to know to operate your microwave oven. Please read this information before you use your oven. HOW YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN WORKS Microwave energy is not hot.
  • Page 9: Testing Your Dinnerware Or Cookware

    TESTING YOUR DINNERWARE OR COOKWARE Test dinnerware or cookware before using. absorb microwave energy, and may become too hot To test a dish, put it into the oven with 1 cup to handle or may slow cooking times. Cooking in (250 mL) of water beside it.
  • Page 10: Microwave Oven Features

    MICROWAVE OVEN FEATURES ® ® 7. Charcoal and Grease Filters. Included in oven Your microwave oven is designed to make your cooking experience as enjoyable and productive as cavity. possible. To help get you up and running quickly, 8. Cooktop/Countertop Light.
  • Page 11: Control Panel Features

    CONTROL PANEL FEATURES Your microwave oven control panel lets you select a desired cooking function quickly and easily. The fol- lowing is a list of all the Command pads located on the control panel. For more information on these features, see "Using your microwave oven"...
  • Page 12 CONTROL PANEL FEATURES (CONT.) 17. CLOCK. Touch this pad to enter the correct time of day. Your microwave oven comes with audible 18. KITCHEN TIMER. Touch this pad to set or can- signals that can guide you when setting and using cel the Kitchen Timer.
  • Page 13 CONTROL PANEL FEATURES (CONT.) cooking functions include all Auto Reheat, Auto }slem@ sg Cook, Zip Defrost, and Sensor Cook pads. You can stop the oven during a cycle by opening the door. The oven stops heating and the fan stops, but the light stays on.
  • Page 14: Using The Cooking Rack

    USING THE COOKING RACK NOTES: The Cooking Rack gives you extra space when cooking in more than one container at the same • Use oven mitts to remove items from microwave time. oven. If you need a replacement rack (Part No. 4393826), •...
  • Page 15: Using The Cooktop/Countertop Light

    USING THE COOKTOP/COUNTERTOP LIGHT The pad on the bottom right of the control panel 2, Turn off light when desired, controls the cooktop/countertop light. TOUCH 1, Turn on light, TOUCH (1 or 2 times, depending on light setting) (once for regular light, twice for night light) SETTING THE CLOCK When your microwave oven is first plugged in, or Enter the time of day,...
  • Page 16: Using The Kitchen Timer

    USING THE KITCHEN TIMER NOTE: If you do not do this step within 5 You can use your microwave oven as a kitchen timer. Use the Kitchen Timer for timing up to seconds of doing Step 2, "START?" will appear. You then have 3 seconds to touch KITCHEN 99 minutes, 99 seconds.
  • Page 17: Using Add One Minute

    USING ADD ONE MINUTE "You can use ADD ONE MINUTE onty for the cook ADD ONE MINUTE lets you cook food for 1 minute time function. at t00% cook power or add an extra minute to your cooking time cycle. You can aIso use it to 1.
  • Page 18: Using Your Microwave Oven

    Your Microwave Oven This section gives you instructions for operating each function. Please read these instructions carefully, COOKING AT HIGH COOK POWER 1. Put your food in the oven and close 4. Start the oven. the door. TOUCH YOU SEE 2.
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  • Page 20: Cooking In Stages

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  • Page 21: Progress Bar

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  • Page 22: Using Auto Cook

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  • Page 23: Using Auto Reheat

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  • Page 24: Using Zip Defrost

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  • Page 26: Zip Defrost Chart

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  • Page 27: Defrosting Tips

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  • Page 28: Using Bread Defrost

    iiiiiiiiiiiii"iii"_'? ''_'_'_i_'_'iii'i'_ii ''_'_'%5"__:_i_'i_ _i _i_V_ii_V_qiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii USING BREAD DEFROST You can use this feature for defrosting bread. The ........................feature works similarly to Zip Defrost. To use BREAD DEFROST, follow the steps below: 1. Touch the BREAD DEFROST pad to enter the Bread Defrost function. once The display will ask you to enter the weight.
  • Page 29: Using Sure Simmer

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  • Page 30: Sensor Cookin

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  • Page 31: Using Hold Warm

    USING HOLD WARM 2. Touch HOLD WARM. TOUCH YOU SEE • _fore 0_ _e_O0kin microwave oven. You can use HOLD WARM by 3. Start the oven. itself, or to automatically follow a cooking cycle. TOUCH YOU SEE NOTES: • Opening the oven door cancels HOLD WARM. Ctose the door and touch HOLD WARM, then touch START/ENTER if additional HOLD WARM time is desired.
  • Page 32: Caring For Your Microwave Oven

    Caring for Yo r Microwave To make sure your microwave oven looks good and works well for a long time, you should ,m a!nta! ! proR er! F o R rope ca pteaS fo!!o thes !nstru ct!on care _u !!Y" ........For interior surfaces: Wash often with warm, To clean turntable and turntable support, wash in...
  • Page 33: Installing And Caring For Filters

    INSTALLING AND CARING FOR FILTERS 3, To remove the charcoal (black fiber) filters, gently bend back the metal tabs on the back of the grease filter and pull the charcoal filter out. To replace the charcoal filters, atign the charcoal filter over the grease filter.
  • Page 34: Replacing The Cooktop And Oven Lights

    REPLACING THE COOKTOP AND OVEN LIGHTS Theceektep might Tip the grille forward, then lift out to remove. 1, Unplug microwave oven or disconnect power. 2, Remove the bulb cover mounting screw and carefully remove the COVER 4, Lift up the bulb cover. 3, Replace bulb(s) with candelabra-base 30-watt butb(s) (Part No.
  • Page 35: Cooking Guide

    Cooking G ide MICROWAVE COOKING TIPS eunt of feed ReJeasingp ssure in feeds a If you increase or decrease the amount of food a Several foods (for exampie: baked potatoes, you prepare, the time it takes to cook that food sausages, egg yolks, and some fruits) are tightly will also change.
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  • Page 37: Questions And Answers

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  • Page 38: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Most cooking problems often are caused by littie things you can find and fix without tools of any kind. Check the Iists below and on the next page before calling for assistance or service. If you still need help, see the Sears toll-free numbers on the back cover.
  • Page 39 TURNTABLE PROBLEM CAUSE The turntable wm • You have turned off the turntable. _See the '_Heating more than one plate of notturn. food" section on Page 13.) • The turntable is not correctly in ptace. It should be correct-side up and sitting firmly on the center shaft.
  • Page 40: Index

    Index This index is alphabetical. It contains all the topics included in this manual, along with the page(s) on which you can find each topic. TOPIC PAGE TOPIC PAGE ALUMINUM FOIL ..........35-37 FILTERS ..............AUDIBLE SIGNALS ..........HOWYOUR MICROWAVE OVEN WORKS ....8 CARING FORYOUR MICROWAVE OVEN ....
  • Page 43 indice de materias Garantfa ..............Servicio de Sears ............. Seguridad del homo de microondas ..... 45 Instrucciones para la instalaci6n ......48 Conozcasu homode microondas ......5O PARA EL HORNO DE MICROONDAS C6mo funciona su homo de microondes ..... 50 ........................
  • Page 44 Servicio t6cnico do Sears est_ en todo et pals. Su homo do microondas Kenmore do Sears adquJere un nuevo valor cuando usted considera que Soars tiene una unidad de servicio t6cnico en su tocatidad, la cuat est,. equipada con profesionales de servicio t6cnico...
  • Page 45 Seguridad del horno de microondas INSTRUCCIONES IMPORTANTES DE SEGURIDAD Cuando se usan aparatos electrodom6sticos, deben tomarse precauciones de seguridad, inctuyendo Ias siguientes: ADVERTENClA: Use el homo de microondas s61amente come se Para reducir el riesgo de quemaduras, cheques el6ctricos, fuego, daises per- describe en este manual.
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  • Page 47 REQUERIMIENTOS ELI CTRICOS Cumpla con redes los c6digos y 6rdenes vigentes. Se requiere un suministro de electricidad de 120 voltios, 60 Hz, _nicamente CA de 15- 6 20- amperios a fusible. (Se recomienda un fusible de acei6n retardada.) Se recomienda que se use un circuito dedicado exctusivamente para este aparato electrodom0stico.
  • Page 48 Instrucciones para la instalacibn COMO SACAR Y VOLVER A COLOCAR LA COMBINACION DE MICROONDAS CAMPANA 4. Sostenga la combinaci6n microondes campana en su tugar con una mano. Jale eI gancho _) para Peligro de Peso Excesivo separar ta campana det Use dos o m_s personas pars mover e microondes de la plancha instalar el homo de microondas,...
  • Page 49 COMO SACAR Y VOLVER A COLOCAR LA COMBINACION DE MICROONDAS CAMPANA (CONT.) Parl voJver a ¢oJocar: 5. Retire ta cinta adhesiva de la puerta y vuelva a colocar en su sitio la bandeja giratoria y et soporte. 1. Levante cuidadosamente et homo de 6.
  • Page 50 Conozca Su Horno de Microondas Esta seccion habla de los conceptos de coccion a microondas. Tambi_n le muestra los elementos b_isicos que usted debe conocer para operar el homo de microondas, Por favor lea esta informa- cion antes de usar su homo, COMO FUNCIONA SU HORNO DE MICROONDAS La energ[a de microondas no produce calor.
  • Page 51 i i iiiiiiiiii = iili= = ii =@i % iii iiii iii IN iaiii= =i= i Fii i 7i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii COMO PROBAR SU VAJILLA O SUS UTENSILIOS DE COCINA Pruebe la vajilla de mesa o de cocina antes de de microondas calent_ndose demasiado para agarrar- usarla.
  • Page 52 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii_%_i_%_]_:_i_iiii_i_iii_iiii_i_i%_ ' _"'_'%_iii'_i_"_iiii'_i_'i"_'_%_"_iq"_.;_iiiiiiiiiiiii CARACTER|STICAS DEL HORNO DE MICROONDAS ® , ii: ,,,,, Su homo de microondas ha sido diseSado para que en et homo durante el funcionamiento para Iograr su experiencia culinaria sea de to m_s amena y pro- 6ptimos resuttados de cocciSn. La bandeja giratoria ductiva posible.
  • Page 53 CARACTER|STICAS DEL PANEL DE CONTROL El panel de control de su homo de microondas _" permite seleccionar una funciSn de cocci6n deseada con rapidez y con facilidad. La siguiente es una lista de todos los botones de comando ubicados en el panel de control. Para obtener m_s informaciOn acerca de estas caracteristicas,...
  • Page 54 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii_%_i_?_F_iiii_i_iii_iiii_i_%_ ' _"'_'%_iii'_i_"_iiii'_i_r y'_'_%_?"_i'?'%;_iiiiiiiiiiiii CARACTER|STICAS DEL PANEL DE CONTROL (CONT.) NOTAS: 14. AUTO REHEAT (recalentamiento autom_tico). Toque este bot6n para recate_ar alimer_os que se • Si ha ingresado todos los ajustes para una pueden preparar en el homo de microondas sin funci6n pero no ha tocado START/ENTER en seteccionar tiempos ni intensidades de cocci6n.
  • Page 55 CARACTER|STICAS DEL PANEL DE CONTROL (CONT.) y sostdngalo durante 5 segundos Para catentar 2 piatos de fondo juntos o un plato Para volver a activar las seSates: debe estar girando. Usted puede m_s grande, la bandeja giratoria no apagar ta bandeja giratoria tocando TOQUE TURNTABLE ONiOFE "TURNTABLE OFF"...
  • Page 57 COMO UTILIZAR LA PARRILLA DE COCClON NOTAS: La Parrilla de cocci6n te ofrece un espacio extra cuando est,. cocinando en m_s de un recipiente a • Use guantes de homear para sacar los art[culos ta vez. det homo de microondas. Si usted necesita una parrilla de recambio (Parte •...
  • Page 58 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii == == i==i _! i!_ i ===iiiii iii== iiii== ii==i _! =_[_= i===i !!_iii==£ ; _= iii = == ii=== == == == i==i=_ii== i =_!iiiiiiiiiii COMO I, J TILIZAR LA LUZ DE LA SUPERFICIE COCCION/MOSTRADOR El bot6n que est,. en la parle inferior derecha del 2.
  • Page 59 iiiiiiiiiiiiii_'_i_ '_ iEi'_iP_i_i_iiiii_'_i i ii iiiiiii_iEi'__;_ _ _'_ii%i _'_S_iii_?Pi _P_i_ _%i_ii_ '_ i m;Si _"_i" _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i i iiiiiiiiiiii s% iiii ,! iiiiiiiiiiii COMO UTILIZAR EL TEMPORIZADOR DE COCINA NOTA= Si usted no sigue este paso en 5 segun- Usted puede usar su homo de mioroondas oomo un temporizador de cocina.
  • Page 60 COMO UTILIZAR ADD ONE MINUTE (AGREGAR UN MINUTO) • Usted puede usar ADD ONE MINUTE s61o para la ADD ONE MINUTE te permite cocinar los alimentos durante un minuto a1100% de intensidad de cocci6n funoi6n de tiempo de coooi6n. o agragar un minuto extra a su ciclo de cocci6n. Adem_ts puede usarlo para prolongar los oiolos de 1.
  • Page 61 Cbmo Utilizar Su Horno de Microondas Esta secci6n te proparaiona instrucciones para el funcianamiento de cada funciSn. Par favar lea estas instruc- cianes con cuidada, COCCION A INTENSIDAD ALTA 1. Ponga sus alimentos en el homo y 4. Ponga el homo a funcionar.
  • Page 62 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i ;_i i _ii_iii_ii;i_I_iiiiiiiiiii i;i**i;_;ii_iiii_iiii;**i;iii_;i_i_;;**_iii_ _i;ii_iiii_i;ii_ii_*_;_i_ii;**_ii_ii_iii_ _iiii_i;**i _i_;;**i;iii_i;_ii_i;i_ili ;_i;**i;_i i ;_iii_ _i_ii_i_i_i;**i _iii_ i_ii_iiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiii _=_ _Iiii iii £ _ i Iiii i_i_. i _iii_ ii iii _ =%_ _ "_'__9=ii _= _iii _ ,_'_9 • _•_, _iiiiiii COCCION A DISTINTAS INTENSIDADES El siguiente cuadro le da el porcentaje de intensF Para obtener 6ptimos resultados, algunas recetas necesitan distintas intensidades de cocci6n.
  • Page 63 iiiiiiii_; _i_i_iiiii_ii;i_I_iiiiiiiiiii_;_i;_i_iiiii_i_i;_i;ii_iiii;_i _iiii_ _;_;_;;_;_;_;_; _;_i;_ii ;_iii_I_i_iii_;;_ii_ i_ii_;_ %1111111111111 COCCION A DISTINTAS INTENSIDADES (CONT.) 5. Ponga el homo a funcionar. 1. Ponga sus alimentos en el homo y cierre la puerta. TOQUE USTED VE 2. Toque COOK TIME. TOQUE USTED VE AI fin det tiempo de cocci6n: USTED VE 3.
  • Page 64 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!_ !__ _!!! ! L!_!_L_! !_!!!_ ! _!!!! I!!!_!L__!!_ _!! : _ !_ i!!_ti__!_17!!@!!! COCCI(_N POR ETAPAS intensidad de coooi6n at 50%: Ejemplo para Para Iograr 6ptimos resuttados, algunas recetas necesitan una intensidad de coooiSn durante un USTED TOQUE tiempo determinado y otra intensidad de cocci6n IIit111 [(lllJl durante otto periodo de tiempo.
  • Page 65 BARRA INDICADORA DE PROGRESO Los t2 segmentos en la barra indicadora de pro- La pantalla contiene una barra indicadora de pro- greso, ia cual indica hasta dSnde hart avanzado las greso dan un estimado dot avarice durante la coc- ci6n y muestran la proporci6n deI tiempo restante funciones de Auto Cook y cu&nto tiempo mAs testa en las funciones de Auto Cook.
  • Page 66 COMe UTILIZAR AUTO COOK (COCCI( N AUTOMATICA) (CONT.) ii......................................................................Si usted toca AUTO COOK 8 veces, la pan- 4. Toque talla regresa at ajuste de arroz. Si usted necesita m#.s o manes tiempo, no toque AUTO COOK de nuevo. Toque POWER Antes de tocar START/ENTER.
  • Page 67 COMO HTILIZAR AUTO REHEAT (RECALENTAMIENTO AUTOMATICO) USTED VE Usted puede recalentar alimentos con microondas tan s61oeligiendo una categoda y cantidad. AUTO Ejemplo para REHEAT tiene tiempos e intensidades de cocci6n guisados prefijados pare.4 categorias (vea el cuadro siguiente). Para usar AUTO REHEAT, siga los pasos indica- dos a continuaci6n: 1.
  • Page 68 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii _] ii_===_i _ ii== i ==iliii==iii==£ = ==iiii= i !_ ii_i ==ii== _ iii=== i i_iii== iii== i ii===i_==!!! _Cii==ii ==ilii==== £ii==i ======i ===!_fl i _! i iiiiiii]TI < i= ii===== ii==ii COMO UTILIZAR AUTO REHEAT (CONT.) ................................. NOTAS: •...
  • Page 69 iiiiii[ ===== 'i _£_iiii iii iii iiii _ _iI_ii_ Iii iiii _ _ • •_£_iii i_ _ _iii i• i __ ,_i_ •_i i_ _ &&_iiiiiiiiiiiiii COMe UTILIZAR ZIP DEFROST (CONT.) USTED VE NOTES: • Si usted no ingresa un peso dentro de 2 segundos, Ejemplo para ZIP DEFROST le pedir_ que ingrese un peso.
  • Page 70 CUADRO DE ZIP DEFROST (DESCONGELACION VELOZ) AjlSte ¢ttle$ ALIMENTO INSTRUCCIONES ESPECIALES Came de res Si ta came es de forma irregular y son cortes grandes de came con mucha grasa se debe proteger las Areas angostas o grasosas con papet de aluminio at inicio de un ciclo de descongetaci6n. Came motda, en bloque No descongele menos de _ de libra (t 13 g).
  • Page 71 CUADRO DE ZIP DEFROST (CONT.) Aj ste parapesea o ALIMENTO INSTRUCCIONES ESPECIALES Pescado Fletes Ooi6quetos en una vajila para hornear con microondas. Separe cuidadosamente los ftetes bajo agua fr[a. Rodajas Ooi6quelos en una vajilIa para hornear con microondas. P_selos por agua fria para terminar de descongelarlos.
  • Page 72 iiiiiiiiiiiiiii I ;_i ;_i_i_H_J_i_i_H_ ;_ii_**_i_ii_ii_iiii_**_i_!**_ii_ii_il ;_!**_i_i_i_ii_**_iii_ii_iiiiiii iiiiiiii_!!_ %i_!]! !!!L R_S_!i_ii_!_iii!_l!_!! ii!! %i! _ _ii! _!!i%1_! li!_£iiiii C(_MO UTILIZAR BREAD DEFROST DESCONGELACION DE PAN) Usted puede utilzar esta caracter[stica para descongelar pan. Esta caracteristica fLInciona de modo similar a Zip Defrost. Para usar BREAD DEFROST, siga los pasos detallados a continuacibn: ........................
  • Page 73 iiiiiiii_*_; _i_i_iiiii_ilil ;_iiiii;i_ii_** ;_i;_i_iiiii_i_**i;**i;ii_iiii;**i _iiii_ _;_;_;_;;_;_;_;_; _;**i;_i_*_;_ii_I_i_iii_;;**_ii_ i_ii_;_ %1111111111111 Cbmo utilizar SURE SIMMER (Coccibn segura a fuego lento) • Esta funci6n utiliza el sensor. El sensor necesita 2 Su homo de microondas te permite cocinar a fuego lento sopas, guisados, estofados y otros atimentos minutos, 30 segundos para calentar despu6s de haber conectado eI homo at suministro et6ctrico o...
  • Page 75 _**_*_;_;**_;**_**_;**_ _i_;_;_**_**_;**_;_*_;_;_;**_i_;_i;;_;_;_ COCCION CON SENSOR Los almentos liberan humedad durante su coc- NOTAS: ci6nioalentamiento. La cantidad de humedad que • Usted no tiene que tocar START/ENTER pars emanan los alimentos estfi afectada pot la cantF poner el homo en funcionamiento. El homo dad, temperatura y forma de tos alimentos.
  • Page 76 iiiiiiiiiiiiiii I ;_i ;_i_i_H_J_i_i_H_ ;_ii_**_i_ii_ii_iiii_**_i_!**_ii_ii_il ;_!**_i_i_i_ii_**_iii_ii_iiiiiii iiiiiiii !! !!!L R ii!! %i! ii! li! £iiiii BOT(_N INSTRUCCIONES CANTIDAD 3.5 oz (100 g), 3.0 oz (85 g), Popcorn* Prepare s6to 1 paquete a la vez. Si est_ usando un 1.75 oz (50 g) {patomitas de recipiente recomendado para microondas en la...
  • Page 77 COMO UTILIZAR HOLD WARM (MANTENER CALIENTE) 2. Toque HOLD WARM. TOQUE USTED HOLD WARM mantiene catientes tos alimentos USTED TOQUE cocinados catientes en su homo de microondas. Usted puede usar HOLD WARM por si s61o, o para continuaci6n autom_tica de un ciclo de cocci6n. NOTAS: •...
  • Page 78 El cuidado de su horno de microondas Para asegurarse de que su horno de microondas luzca bien y funcione con eficiencia por mucho tiem- po, usted debe mantenerlo adecuadamente. Para Iograr un cuidado apropiado, por favor siga estas instrucciones con cuidado. Para limpiar la bandeja giratoria y su soporte, Para superficies internas:...
  • Page 79 INSTALACION Y CUIDADO DE LOS FILTROS 3, Para sacar los filtros de carb6n (fibra negra), con cuidado doble nueva- mente las lengQetas de metal que eet_n en la parte posterior del filtro de grasa y jate hacia fuera et fltro de carb6n. Para volver a colocar los filtros de carb6n, alnee et fttro de carb6n...
  • Page 80 CAMBIO DE LAS LUCES DEL HORNO Y DE LA SUPERFICIE DE COCCION La J_z _e Jas_perfi_ie _e cocci_ 3, IncIine la rejitla hacia adetante, Iuego Iev_nteia para sacarla. Desenchufe el homo o interrumpa el suministro el6ctrico. 2, Saque el tornillo de montaje de ia pantatla de la bombiIIa y con cuidado quite la pantalta.
  • Page 81 Guia ra cocinar CONSEJOS PARA COCINAR CON EL HORNO DE MICROONDAS Cantidad de alimentos Tapand010s aiimentos a Si usted aumenta o disminuye ta cantidad de Tape los alimentos para: atimentos qua prepare., el tiempo requerido para a Reducir satpioaduras cocinarlos tambi6n cambiar_.. Par ejemplo, si a Acortar tos tiempos de cocci6n usted usa el doble de una receta, agregue un a Retener la humedad de tos alimentos...
  • Page 82 i i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ! iii!HH CONSEJOS PARA COCINAR CON EL HORNO DE MICROONDAS (CONT.) uniforme. Siempre quite la tapa para evitar que el homo se daSe. • Cuando cocina alimentos con forma o espe- sot irregular, tales coma pechugas de polio, •...
  • Page 83 Preguntas y Respuestas...
  • Page 84 Diagnbstico y solucibn de problemas La mayorla de los problemas al cocinar a menudo son causados pot pequeiSas cosas que usted puede encontrar y arreglar sin herramientas de ningt3n tipo. Revise las siguientes listas detatladas a centinuaci6n yen la pr6xima p&gina antes de pedir ayuda e servicio. Si usted at3n necesita ayuda, vea los nSmeros telef6nicos gratuitos de Sears, que se encuentran en la contraportada EL HORNO DE MICROONDAS...
  • Page 85 BANDEJA GIRATORIA PROBLEMA CAUSA La bandeja giratoria no • Usted ha apagado la bandeja giratoria. (Vea la secci6n "C6mo calentar m_ts funciona. de un plato de atimentos" en la p&gina 55.) • La bandeja giratoria no est& en su debido tugar. Su posici6n correcta debe ser con el tado piano hacia arriba y bien asentada en el eje central.
  • Page 86 indice Este [ndice est,. en orden atfab@ico. Contiene todos los temas incluidos en este manual al igual que la(s) p_gina(s) d6nde puede encontrar cada tema. TEMA PAGINA TEMA PAGINA BARRA INDICADORA DE AVANCE ......65 Cocci6n a distintas intensidades ..... 62, 63 Cocci6n per etapas ..........
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